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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 26, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg Fri press. Saturday. Dic Mitt 16, Jumble one wins another v. E. Stutter who says he just missed winning in a recent Bingo game is this week Winner in the free press Jumble contest. Or. Stutter of 1081 Cory Don Avenue an old age pensioner said he is just thrilled that he has finally won something. Winners of were mrs. M. Woron of Dauphin Man mrs. G. Waterman 530 Home Street mrs. R. Thatcher 61 Thatcher drive fort Garry mrs. C. Brown 984 Jessie Avenue and mrs. Grace Brooks of Teulon Man. Cheques will be mailed to the winners shortly. Answers to Jumble puzz Les 4336 to 4341 Are elder Cycle Hunter system what he screeched singe Gaudy Pusher Beauty Gas idiot naval tawdry Canyon Taiwan on Rodeo Marl Campus payoff coarse yarns aging chant newest eczema in wheat Factor deafen wife or death. Mexico City Mexico 1969 fertilizer production to talled 1.3 million tons Worth million. Mexico fertilizer con sumption has increased by Al most 70 per cent in the past six years and 90 per cent of the demand is being met by domes tic output. Deaths Bass John 80, of 616 Queen Ston Street. Boone Henry s., 90, of 277 Templeton Avenue West Kil Donan. Burnett James 93, of 144 Matheson Avenue. Chase Isabella Miry of Cen trial Park Lodge formerly of 550 Ellice Avenue. Cooper James Ernest of 330 Cathedral Avenue. Eagleton Irene s., 73, of. 300 Roslyn Road suite 7 Ferguson Alfred a., 62, of . Catharines ont. Gelaude mrs. Romanic 87, of 54 Sadler Avenue . Vital. Hackett John 78, of 1946 Portage Avenue suite 3, . James Assiniboia Hersley George 86, of 581 Cathedral Avenue. Houston mrs. Laura of 23 Colony Street widow of Ervin Houston. Keeler William James 90, of Central Park Lodge. Knott David George 90, of 592 Rathar Avenue. Kuc mrs. Elsie of 840 Selkirk Avenue. Ebb Etter or. Thomas a., of West Vancouver. Woelke John g., 80, of Grunthal Man. Young Archie William 83, of 421 Assiniboine Avenue suite 405. Young George Scott 74, of 1018 Dumas Avenue fort Garry. Zaluski Phillip 87, of in Wood Man. For further information please see classified death notices storm cripples maritime Pope message somber stabbing fatal 2 held continued continued continued ing Gordon r., 56, of fort Churchill Man. Mironuk Wii am 74, of 711 Brock Street. Aulson Sigurbjorn 86, of 1166 Lorette Avenue. Ready mrs. Lila 62, of 1099 Sherburn Street widow of Ernest ready. Vechik Jason 13 months son of or. And mrs. Roy Reschik of Arborg Man. Ryman Bryne Thomas 18, of 614 Chalmers Avenue. Schmidt mrs. Julius 73, of 394 Kennedy Street. Stasiuk William 82, of 592 Magnus Avenue. Stevenson Robert Mckay 8 8, formerly of Waverley Street. Airline passengers were stranded at airports after flights were cancelled during two thousand and seventy Manitoba families will say hello thurs Winnipeg Arena the height of the storm. Air Canada flights had re turned to Normal except in Newfoundland. Canadian National said some trains were behind schedule during the storm but had since resumed Normal scheduling. In the . Lawrence River a dozen freighters heading for european ports from Montreal were held up several hours standing to in Strong winds and currents. Two fatalities were reported during the storm. Cousins Rich Ard and Michael Durette both 12, were killed Christmas Day when they were struck by a car near their ath Oliue ., Home. Drifts up to nine feet were reported at Moncton ., where police were using Snow mobiles to make their patrols. At a trailer Park just outside the City More than 30 families spent Christmas in unlighted unheated Mobile Homes after electric Power was disrupted. Snowmobiles were also the main source of transportation for Hospital personnel and Tele phone operators at Moncton and Amherst . A two car collision at Penn Yude Henteleff who has been elected chairman of the Manitoba task Force for implements Tion of the report by the National commission on emotional and learning Dis orders in mrs. D. A. Mccaig u Secretary and or. Justice Gordon c. Hall of Manitoba court of Queen Bench is treasurer. The task Force in made up of interested professionals and Lay people. Jews sentences protested continued Field about 5 Miles from Saint John ., resulted in a nine car pile up that sent five per sons to Hospital. One of the Vic Tims nine year old Ricky math Eson of 1 Petete Was taken by helicopter to Hospital in Halifax. Police said about 200 cars were stuck Christmas eve in the Pennfield area but the occupants managed to find accommodation in motels and private Homes. At Sackville ., police re ported 16 persons were trapped n their cars on roads in the area. One family of seven was asphyxiated when Tice found. Another Driver required then the Knesset unanimously adopted a Resolution calling on enlightened Mankind to intervene with the Kremlin to free the two defendants sentenced to death and the eight other jews and one Gentile tried with them. Edward Kuznetsov and Mark dymshits who told the Lenin Grad court he had planned the escape to Finland for two years were sentenced thursday to death by firing squads. Sentences for the others were from four to 15 years in labor Camps. The defendants have a week to Appeal the convictions. In Washington about 200 demonstrators burned a soviet oxygen. The roofs of stadiums at Moncton and Oxford ., col lapsed under the weight of the Snow but no injuries were re ported. Police in Moncton ordered people to stay Clear of the stadium grounds because of the danger of ammonia Gas leaking rom the refrigeration system. Fire at the University of new Brunswick Campus in Frederic ton destroyed two science labs and in Saint John a Blaze dam As cd the new Brunswick cold storage co. Plant the storm brought the amount of Snow or the ground t Moncton to 36 inches. Other sections of the Man times received about one foot of Snow in the storm. Most main roads were open to traffic. Accumulation on the ground at Summerside. P.e.i., was re ported to be 34 inches. 2.70 Ato co pickets storm t Yule Flag and changed let my peo ple and Stop the Kangaroo court two blocks from the soviet embassy. An 11-Man delegation was turned away at the embassy when it asked to express our great concern and agony Over the trial. In new York the women zionist organization Hassah urged in a statement that the russian federation supreme court let these people go and the soviet government not to add to the list of martyrs by yet another miscarriage of jus use continued in Montreal about to 400 persons paraded around the East end Headquarters of the Quebec provincial police Fri Day calling for the release on bail of persons taken into Cus Tody under the War measures act police made no attempt to interfere with the peaceful demonstration which lasted for about one hour. The Grout metalled adults As Wen As Yoff people dressed warmly to fight off the near Zero cold. In another part of Montreal about 30 persons marched in front of the russian consulate a protest faint the Leningrad hijacking trials in which two jews were sentenced to death Ami others to Jeu thy terms. Seymour Graubard National chairman of the anti defamation league of b Nai Beith sent the soviet ambassador to the United states Anatoly f. Dobrynin a Telegram asking for permission to file a Brief with the o v i e t High court in their behalf. The world jewish Congress called the death sentences in credibly harsh and repugnant and said in London that an International jewish delegation was meeting with Vatican officials to enlist the Aid of Pope Paul. Several Hundred persons demonstrated outside the russian embassy in London and three men carried inside a formal protest and a demand that the sentences be overturned. The communist party of Bri Tain said in a statement that Many friends of the soviet Union Hope that the higher authorities will commute these death sentences without about 200 demonstrators in Stockholm gathered in protest and the jewish youth organizations of Scandinavia sent resolutions to soviet embassies in Denmark Norway and Sweden condemning All attempts to discriminate and criminalize jews who want to leave the Viet Union and emigrate to three jewish students began a hunger strike in Marseille France. In Paris a paving Stone was thrown through the display window of i tourist us soviet National tourist Agency and the jewish defence com Mittee claimed in a communique that it was responsible. It vowed to continue its anti soviet Campaign. The Organ of the French communist party l humanity said a scorer Natol has the duty to protect its citizens from aircraft hijackings but said the death penalties were too severe. Or. Eugene Carson Blake general Secretary of the world Council of churches urged in a statement that amnesty or Par Don should he granted for per sons jailed for of fences of a not real he mentioned the Leningrad a Basque separatists in spam and Macks incarcerated on bobbins Island by the White Gme rement of command violations with at least 10 South vietnamese killed. The Viet Cong had pro claimed a 72-hour ceasefire that continues until 1 . Sunday. Less than two hours before the vietnamese ceasefire began Christmas eve nine . Paratroopers were killed and nine were wounded when a n american artillery Shell landed by mistake on their Camp. . President Nixon spent Christmas with his family at the White House and expressed optimism Over prospects for peace. He told americans in a Christmas message i firmly believe we can look for Ward with than at anytime world War ii to the Prospect that our children can have at last what we All devoutly Hope generation of another world trouble spot the Mideast celebrated a mostly peaceful Christmas a three month ceasefire helping to keep arabs and israelis in Check. Focal Point of the Christmas celebrations in the holy land was the tiny Village of Bethle hem where Jesus Christ was born. Police estimated that pilgrims visited Bethlehem Over Christmas the largest number since the town was captured from Jordan by israeli troops in the 1967 War. Only one incident was report grenade thrown Christ Mas eve at an israeli vehicle on the outskirts of Bethlehem. It exploded harmlessly. Another grenade blamed on an Arab terrorist exploded Fri Day morning in a food store in Ramallal an Arab Christian town 14 Miles North of Bethle hem. Three israeli soldiers and an Arab were injured. In snowy London Queen Eli Zabeth told the people of the Commonwealth the message of Christmas is learning to be concerned about one another to treat your neighbor As you would like him to treat speaking in a recorded radio broadcast the Queen urged her subjects to care about the future of All life on the archbishop of Canter Bury or. Michael Ramsey spiritual Leader of the anglican Church issued a Christmas a peal for Britain to visit the elderly and invite the lonely into their Homes this Holiday season. Prime minister Edward Heath attended Christmas ser vices near Choc query his country Home and read a Les son from . Luke. I most of Western Europe enjoyed a White Christmas after substantial snowfalls. But there was a floatable exception. Much of usually snowy Norway including the capital Oslo was without Snow. Tass reported on Christmas services in the soviet Union saying Calls for peace were made at All the 145 lutheran churches in Estonia. The news Agency also reported on the Christmas service at the episcopal dome Cathedral at too pea and the Sermon delivered by archbishop Alfred tooling we Are in the festive spirit. We have peace. But peace is dreamed about in Many places on the Earth. It is our Christian duty to help people who arc defending their or. W. H. Ostapovitch District Coroner pronounced him dead at . A postmortem examination and an inquest have been ordered though no Date for the inquest has been set. There was evidence of drinking and fighting prior to the stabbing ramp said a shoving and pushing argument had developed police said. Air service report pleases trans air trans air Ltd. Said it is sex Ste. Marie was restricted by its Tremley pleased with a review of the adequacy of its service by the air transport commit tee of the Canadian transport Tion commission. We Are particularly pleased that the committee found out Jet service to Thunder Bay and Toronto fully said a statement issued by the Winnipeg based regional air Carrier. The committee report re leased wednesday in Ottawa said some Inadequacy was found in the Thunder Bay to Toronto leg of the company daily Turbo prop service from Winnipeg to Toronto which stops at the Northwestern on Tario communities of Kenora Dryden Thunder Bay and Sault Ste. Marie. The company statement noted that the committee had found trans air ability to serve Sault 6 killed in House fire Blind River ont up six persons died Here Friday night in a House fire which police believe was started from an overheated stove. The fire which broke out shortly before , destroyed the Interior of a two Storey Frame House in this Community 90 Miles East of Sault Ste. Marie. Police have not identified the persons killed but believe they were from More than one fam ily. Licence. The company said it is pleased with the committee plans to advise the Federal government to upgrade airports at Kenora and Dryden to handle Jet traffic. Board aids needy families Belgrade by far the largest part of Yugoslavia Plum crop is used for producing Brandy which is produced mainly on private farms. In Normal years Plum Brandy out put ranges Between 75 and 79 million quarts. Meter thefts queried thefts from parking meters led magistrate Mike Baryluk to question if meter breaking courses Are available by fre quenting . After boy James Thomas 19, appeared in Winnipeg magistrate court thursday. He was sentenced to one year in jail after pleading guilty to two charges of theft. Thomas told police he lived at .r.y.p.t. The committee representing youth problems today on York Avenue when lie was arrested dec. 23 along with a juvenile. Five parking meters had been broken into and had been stolen with an estimated damage to the meters on Carl ton Edmonton and har grave streets. Earlier the two had stolen a pipe wrench a pair of pliers and a screwdriver from a vehicle on a Carlton Street parking lot. They must give a course on this at said Magis rate Baryluk. Crown counsel Phillip Schachter thought a course was being Given at . For shoplifting. Thomas said or. Schachter lad been placed on probation or two years nov. 25 after pleading guilty to charges of heft involving shoplifting on nov. 17. He does t seem to be much Alue to the world the Way he said or. Schachter re erring to Thomas previous ecord. Magistrate Baryluk asked Thomas what transients discuss when they gather and was this n e Way of exchanging ideas. He sentenced Thomas to one ear on each charge with the Wuyin i i i Impi a of Otil l j floor girls Ruth Mckay Mary speech-1 sentences to be served concur y Han . Gently women Amateur swimming club John Wiltbank d. G. New Thomas requested a two year Man Debbie Jones 50 cents j. Anderson w. A. Robertson s20 mrs. F. Bending e. Bray is mrs. H. Anderson mrs. E. Cook or. David Cade is w. N. Harvey or h. R. Wyman or. And mrs. R. S. Vincent Andrea Cathy and Terri Srigley Claudia German miss w. Leape Joan Ashdown Mary Macdonald Mary to Campbell Sally Jessiman Susan Coyne or and mrs. A. H. Coley Susan Bock j. 0. Mcdonald j. W. Griffiths Starr j. Hutchison or. A minty miss f. Minty mrs. E. Topolnicki mrs. M. Hartsel or. C. Wallace or. R. Fritz miss w. Melville mrs. E. Luy Byk a thur Murray school of dancing mrs. A. Kerr j. D. Burrows w. Hansen Anonymous s225. 742.31 Telal Mil continued the free press wishes to thank those who helped the cheer Board in its work this Christmas Here is a list of recent contributions Doerksen or. Mrs. James die Jon mrs 0. Gibson Margaret m. Adams Edith i. Simpson grandma is Helen c. Lament Reifine p. Welch Plaza fashions an old age pensioner j. Lyons sir. Michael Martin Sybil j Dickson Donna Diane Tony san dra Julie Buck m.j7, h. Hermann or. And mrs. E. Edwards son Linda and Robert Offenloch mrs. V. Davis director housing and Urban renewal land Ranger co., e. L. Randolph and M. Blanchard , M. Blanchard Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 8fh the Sale everyone has been waiting for decision of Lurvey criticized Holt Renfrew annual 4-Day Xmas Bonus Sale monday to thursday Only. Group 1 continued appeals to the Manitoba court of Appeal and the us i preme court of Canada were dismissed and Lurvey exc ii i Tion Date was set for Jan. 7. 1971. Lurvey sentence has now been changed to life imprison benue they lacked a City j Africa permit to the was dispersed by ment in Stony Mountain tertiary after the Cabinet decision wednesday. Toronto up judge c. 0. Bick chairman of the metro Politan Toronto police commis Sion said wednesday night there should be no backing Down on the death sentence when the murder victim is a policeman. Judge Bick was commenting on a Federal Cabinet decision to i commute the death sentence of Clifford Whf cent Lurvey convicted m Winnipeg last j March of the murder of a no Good unless it sat judge Bick Nof iceman duty is to protect others and he shawm also have of the Law on his available of both Portage Carlton and Pote Park stores. The suits included in this group come from our regular Stock styled and tailored to meet the famous High standards of Holt Renfrew. Represented Are such Well known names As Saville Row. Hardy armies Shiffer Hill Man and Michaels Stern in both single and double breasted models. Choose from a full of Quality cloths including Glen checks. English worsted scotch twists and Barnetts venetians in All the newest skies and colours. Alterations free delivery in time for your new year eve party if required. Re Tolar prices j Budapest and a j in a similar Dewon iday of Warsaw pact Socrati Ontois carried out in front i defence masters Che duffs he ote by its of strip Ems to by Aboul Surl Here it onday was m effect reversed 1j Uwi pair i 3f8im0r jew 4rm Talps sep pc Webb Jurci to wac Vepe to news a Dewcy if Tif and Vomm a thai. _ tt9fc0f to tic of nope the com Mem to 2 for group 2 available Poto Park store Only a wide selection of Odds and ends in broken suit Range from 36 to 46. Mostly single breasted Model scene double breasted. Tremendous values with up to More than 50% savings. A Well known brands in a wide Choice of colours and cloths. Alterations extra. While they last s125 2 for customers Are Rev Jjck of hour sent ova regular charge a courts. Enow re foday for iwo ii if Hving

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