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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 15, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaManitoba Centennial 1970 Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 78 no. 67 Price 10 cents 15 cents tuesday of Eckmier is 1970 Sunrise Sunset . Moon rest . . Forecast flurries 0 and 10 plans for Shilo minister hints at expansion possibilities Canadian forces base Shilo May be due for an expansion Federal defence minister Donald s. Macdon Ald hinted Here monday. Or. Macdonald speaking at a news conference said the Feder Al government has several possibilities in mind which could Lead to greater use of the time was premature t announce any firm decision the minister said and the govern ment does t want to raise any premature at the same time however or. Macdonald noted Shilo the Best artillery Range in the government is still re viewing the role of the arme forces or. Macdonald said and the form indicated is for Force with a High degree of air mobility. The role of the military in the Quebec crisis he said was Good indication of the Wisdom of the structuring of the forces. But for a decision made five years ago we would not have been Able to do any decision for a highly Mobile Force will have implications for Canada s nato forces in Europe which or. Mac Donald admitted Aren t highly Mobile at least within the scope of present government plans. We Are still deciding on their asked about unionization in the forces or. Macdonald said we be got such a Good Force now it would be a serious mis take to contemplate unionization. Talks with my colleagues in Europe have indicated this does not Lead to greater of recent pay increases have uplifted morale in the Cana Dian forces or. Macdonald said. The one Point the minister remained quite definite on was the decision to close the bases at Gimli and Rivers. This was the minister s first visit to Canadian forces base Winnipeg since assuming the defence portfolio months ago. Along with the chief of the defence staff . Frederick r. Sharp he spent the Day in a series of briefings and Tours of the operations Here. Grenades kill 17 Spain acts to curb unrest police get unlimited right to seize and detain Madrid Reuter the Spanish Cabinet in an unexpected display of toughness amid unrest Over the trials of 16 Basque nationalists has Given the country s police unlimited Powers of arrest and detention for at least six months. The measure was approved monday night at an emergency m e e t i n g of the Cabinet sum Moried and presided Over a Francisco Franco head o slate. The decree suspended a constitutional right under which spaniards can Only be detained in Legal fashion and must be released within 72 hours if they Are not charged. A government announcement said the decree was passed because of the subversive activities of minority groups and the need to assure All spaniards the legitimate Benefit of order and internal but the reason for the special appeared More Complex though some sources had feared sterner measures such As a National state of or even the imposition of martial Law. The Burgos trial has been on unprecedented focus of oppose Ion to Franco s Rule. When it began 12 Days ago More than workers staged protest strikes in tote Basque areas of North Spain on a scale which is not been known since the 1936-39 civil War. Please see Spain Page 4 pay report tabled maps would get two stage proposal would eliminate tax free allowance by Stewart Macleod Ottawa up a three Man committee of outsiders has recommended a whopping salary increase for members of parliament. But the Impact would be please keep us out St. Catharines. Ont. Local 199 of the United Auto workers threw up a picket line at the Gen eral motors of Canada Ltd. Plant today so that salaried Var Kors could go Christmas shopping. Bill Haluska the local s acting president said in an interview salaried workers phoned us and asked for a Strong picket line so they could t get into the Plant. They wanted to go Christmas stopping and be cause we have such a Fine Christmas spirit we accommodated in crowd a Teeter Saigon up two Gre Nades ripped through a crowd praying at a Buddhist Temple in the Mekong Deka monday night killing 17 vietnamese and wounding 17, South vietnamese Headquarters reported. It was the second successive night grenades had taken a High Tod in the Delta. Sunday night a grenade killed 13 Viet j namese and wounded in a crowd of villagers watching the Community television set the government said Viet Cong terrorists burled two Gre Nades to the Temple at Long Trung 44 Miles Wuth West of j Saigon. But officers m the Field said they were stir investigating the government also named j the Viet Cong or the grenade j exp Neu sunday right c Miles just tvs of Saigon. But of m the Feu said Gre Nade Augun Urooj off me Belt of a seem Vieto amut Al be was drunk the looking Fob a pet this want under dogs cats Birds tropical fish 21 purebred Welsh Corgi pups Tor my. O7-mk. Is among the hundreds of bargains in today s classified Section. No matter what you need shop and save in free press want ads. By Ron Campbell a judge monday gave a happily weeping Georgia Dawson and her husband Legal guardianship of two of their former Foster children and at the same time said be could t condone the attitude of the agencies which bad taken the children away. Or. Justice John m. Hunt handing Down judgment in Manitoba court of Queen s diluted drastically by the elimination of the current tax free expense allowance the committee s report a tabled without comment in the commons monday and suggested that salaries of maps be increased in two stages to from the presen Basic but the tax free allow Ance now tacked on the Basic salary would be dropped in favor of an expense system More tuned to actual expenditures. In Many cases maps would not receive a hefty raise. On the other hand explained com Mittee chairman t. N. Beaupre president of Dom tar Ltd. Of Montreal maps who travel Long distances and have heavy expenses would be far better off. The report recommended that Basic salaries be increased immediately to and that a further be added in the please see maps Page 6 Kii Owles Calls it crazy Ottawa staff Stanley v n o w 1 e a new democratic arty member of parliament or Winnipeg North Centre commenting on the proposed a raises for members of Par lament said sorrowfully Mon Day the place has gone he has been an unrelenting critic of the recently expanded parliamentary pension scheme and labelled the proposed pay hikes for maps and senators As shocking n the face of so much unemployment deprivation and actual hardship suffered by thousands upon thou Sands of less Lucky James Walker a Liberal my from Toronto former Parlia m e n t a r y Secretary to both prime ministers Lester Pear son and Pierre Trudeau. Approved the advisory commit tee s proposals. He said he could find Little fault with the Bench on the Case of Dawson Branch did t Ever bother to report give any further reasons for Lincoln Alexander a Progress their actions or. Justice Hunt Sivc conservative my from a said. Milton. Described the proposal the family s again and Rizic facts show it As the Dawson of 415 Newman Avenue Tram Cona arc reunited in their Home monday night. Michael or. And mrs. Fames Dawsen and Lenta were reunited by order of or. A Vorke m. Hunt of Manitoba court of Queen s Lench. Dawson get children judge raps agencies Kidnap hideout found police reported encircling House where envoy held Rio de Janeiro Brazil Reuter police have discovered the hideout where kidnappers Are holding Swiss ambassador Giovanni Bucher informed sources transient jobless Douglas voices concern by Victor Mackie Ottawa staff grave concern Over the dangerous situation developing across Canada because of the Large number of single Young people unable to find work who Are being pushed from town to was voiced in the commons monday by t. C. Douglas National Leader of the new demo cratic party. Prime minister Trudeau re plied his government is hoping to help All sections of the popu lation who Are unemployed. He was responding to or. Douglas demand that the government take some effective measures for assisting single unemployed transients. Or. Douglas said this group s unfortunately growing in number. Many of them have used up their unemployment in Durance benefits and Are not Al Gibly for welfare assistance because they cannot establish domicile in any one place. The result is that Many of them Are Wing pushed from town to town and this represents a very curious please see Douglas Page 8 said today. The sources said the Kidnap pers and the ambassador were surrounded in a House in the Rio suburb of Alto a Boa Vista. The kidnappers warned the police that if they stormed the House they would kill Bucher the sources said. Left Wing guerrillas who abducted the ambassador nine Days ago demanded the release please see Kidnap Page 24 Price freeze Yuskiw glitter for some area the to Beer Christmas snuff Ping in these few nays isl before Chris Mas. Versus Stubbs said the Case led him to ask if a review of the procedures of the children s Aid society of Winnipeg the Federal Indian affairs depart ment and the medical services Branch of the Federal health and welfare department is not warranted and if the continuance of these procedures is or. Justice Hunt ordered that the children Michael 9, and Loraas be returned to the Home of or. And mrs. James Dawson 415 Newman Avenue Transcona no later than noon tuesday if not by monday j night. I Michael and Lorna. And a third child John. If were1 taken from the Dawn borne on May l and 2 this year by officiate of the Ciurea s Aid society of Winnipeg and the Feder phase see Dawson Page 4 Sical laced Pitts three Iii three Indian children Are in Winnipeg children s Hospital today after swallowing the con As acceptable the fringe benefits being better than the pay please see Knowles Page 7 jobless builders want Aid by Egon Frech Portage la Prairie Man. Staff agriculture minister Samuel Yuskiw monday suggested a freeze on agricultural land prices to go hand in hand with any farm income stabilization plan or increase in the Price of agricultural products. Speaking at the hearings of the legislature s standing com Mittee on agriculture at the Portage la Prairie legion Hall or. Yuskiw said the freeze on land prices although it might be unpopular with the Farmers would be needed to prevent the and of upward Cost spiral that occurred in agriculture in t h e 1980s. Any Rise in farm income would tend to result in a Rise in he Price of farm land he said. And unless this was prevented new Farmers would be faced with higher production costs because they would have to pay More for a farm unit before they could Start producing. This would negate the higher income and the whole spiral would Start or. Yuskiw said. If you make a move toward higher farm incomes you need a Check somewhere by told about 50 banners at the bearing one of the first things you must perhaps do is freeze land Al Indian affairs department tents of a Box of Pill monday the Only reason these of once scions by fic Iafe Gaver and son far Tow sudden action or. Meniver in e curia gaits Mey cannot be a putt of me Immay Pete Fra can Only Muk at i of Nuvy is report to comb it far car Mew he Christ m n s Deer Ami a Jim i an inc command of american in the dark Sun Uny new jul men we Vei Ali today today s Winnipeg carpenters Are currently facing a situation of 25 per cent unemployment in their Trade and asked Winnipeg City Council monday to do something about it John Fisher of local 313. United brotherhood of Carpen ters and joiners of America told Council unemployment among carpenters in Winnipeg is the worst the Union has faced in 30 years. He asked that through the mayor set up a j meeting of civic provincial and Federal government representatives to Deal with the problem. This request was approved by Council. Mayor Steve Juba was asked to organize the meeting and to include Federal Supply and services minister James Richardson and All Winnipeg members of parliament. Labor minister a. R. Ross Pawsey has agreed to arrange i please see land penal changes pledged a meeting Between members of the Wrin civil Cabinet and a defeat in of unemployed potters. By Paul Pilj Cuton Manitoba May be in or a open penal system. Health minister Kese Tuum said monday. Or. Touw Toh a news con Ference on Bis the carpenters members local or. Taubey m monday my fun Tate farther tafts sve been shed us far next Mon Larj of Peers said m a press or. Inner me in unit me return from a two week tour of of scan Divian countries be Wuhu to i Luce to see a penal system Here much Fife the finish Are pet test so up Knibbs 5 anal in Way see my Tom f

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