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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Winnipeg, ManitobaSaturday edition we nerf 1 Jumble Section pages 1 -20 Section pages 21-3 Section o pages 35 Section a pages 55 68 8 Rulu and entry Perm 29 Puzzle 38 subway study urged the National collection 13 exceptional child 21 Street names 22 miss Manitoba 23 editorial . Relations unique classified Section obituaries birth notices sports first Day betting Mark set modern living Section versatile panelling mulching helps the Garden new picnic menus radio and to Section new Bluenose on Csc film Verdun Battle recalled on to coloured comic Section Western Canada s finest comics Index background 27 Church 32, 33 clan. 36-54 comic 30, 31 deaths 4 engagements 14 finance letters movies profile 3-65 26 29 33 sports 54-60 the arts 25 travel 62 weddings 16. 17 women s 13-18 youth Page 34 decentralizing plan studied province May adopt regions recommended by commission by Roger Newman the Manitoba government Over the next few years May completely decentralize its operations shifting Many major administrative functions from Broadway to 11 new regional offices in Rural areas. N. Korea troops Oil move Seoul a communist forces poised North of the de militarized zone in divided Korea began significant Mili tary moves during the recent student demonstrations in South Korea says president Chung Hee Park. All enemy aircraft were grounded As far Back As May 25 and troop reinforcements up in some Park said. We Don t know for sure whether they meant to regroup for combat or just prepared be cause of the instability in South Korea. I have intelligence reports that show the enemies in the North undertook significant Mil itary moves when the series of demonstrations entered the later half stage of the United nations command said no comment when in formed of Park s remarks in an interview Friday with the associated press. A state of War still exists be tween North and South Korea and the communists Are believed to have about troops North of the Demilita in Editone. Policeman held in robbery Montreal Mont real police sergeant has been arrested in connection with a mail truck robbery March 31 which netted bandits police said Friday. Police spokesmen would not disclose the sergeant s name until his court appearance on charges of conspiracy after the fact and receiving stolen Money. The warrant for his arrest said the sergeant on the staff of the Montreal police depart ment s Headquarters eel Divi Sion was in Possession of Bills listed by Banks As having been on the mail truck. The mail truck was hijacked by seven men while in route to Montreal s Central station from the main City Post office. It was Learned Friday that the provincial Cabinet will soon embark on a study in detail of the Cost of implementing the regional administration plan. If the Cabinet decides to adopt the plan the government will gradually create up to 11 Separ ate administrative regions to re place both excessive Winnipeg centralization and the Hodger podge of provincial offices that now exist in the country. The regional administration plan was one of the key recommendations recently made to the government by the Michener commission on government. Organization and finance. Al though overshadowed by or. Michener s sales tax proposal it is understood that the regional plan is also being Given top priority Cabinet consideration. Under the plan the government would probably erect fairly Large office buildings in key. Regional centres across the province. In these buildings the government see decentralize Page 12 overnight entries Page 56 final edition phone we 3-9331 Price Loc with coloured comics use vol. 71 no. 221 100 pages Winnipeg saturday june Sun remt . Moon Sun uti . Moon forecast Clearing. 45 and 70. Inquest Stem hit lawyers ask for probe by . By Michael Olver Brandon despite one lawyer s swing ing indictment of the whole provincial Coroner system Manitoba lawyers Here for the bar association convention took the cautious Way out Friday. They avoided a suggested motion to recommend abolition of coroners and inquests and Stead passed Tine asking the at Torney general to set up. A com Mittee to. Look into the question. Winnipeg lawyers Charles he band dealt with the Coroner sys tem on a panel discussion i on several aspects of the administration of Justice in Manitoba the Model in the Jet age. Advocating increased professionalism in the magistrate and Crown attorney services respectively were Joseph o Sullivan of Winnipeg and a. A. Hirschfield of Dauphin. Their urging of full time officers touring various darts of the province was also lost in the final request for an attorney general s enquiry. Abolish inquests or. Huband prefaced his re Marks by stating bluntly am of the belief that coroners inquests should be abolished Al Many lawyers there agreed with him. He recommended i their Stead n the few cases where some kind of enquiry would be really necessary and useful hearings con ducted by an official appointed by he attorney general and report ing to him and to the Public. Please j3ee coroners Turk pm to visit . Ankara tur Kish Premier Ismet Inonu has accepted president Johnson s invitation to visit Washington but 10 Date has yet been mentioned foreign ministry spokesman Aid Friday night. Inonu accepted the invitation n a message to . Ambas ador Raymond Hare. Meanwhile sources Jere. Said Nonu told political readers that the states ried to prevent a turkish land Jig in Cyprus recently both by diplomatic Means and military orce. Inonu said that afterwards Turkey suggested the Upland Force in Cyprus to establish each and nato orce failing intervention by the . Or Turkey Greece or Brit in the sources said. The United states had re lied do not worry leave everything to us we will solve. The sources said and Turkey was now awaiting in results of the . Assur nce. S. African sentences anger in impose economic sanctions chief Luthuli urges by Louis Fleming United nations special tons South 1 Africa s imposition of life sentences on eight defendants on the Livonia treason trial was deplored Friday by african members of the United nations and in the Security Council. But there was quiet Relief that no death penalties were imposed and there was a reluctant and unspoken recognition that the United nations is impotent to Flag Given a Stormy preview my tries to Stop it being raised others join in shouting match by Russell Elman Ottawa up parliament Hill was Given a Stormy preview Friday of the Liberal govern ment s contentious Maple Leaf Flag. Do anything More about the mat ter. V the impotence of the United nations became clearer earlier this week when the unanimity of the Security Council was broken. African efforts to Force through a Resolution on the trials were met with resistance by France Britain and the United states As Well As Brazil. The Case of the africans was further weakened by the court sentences. The. Africans had based their Case on the humanitarian grounds of saving the lives of the defendants in the face of death penalties. The imposition of life sentences took some of the sting out of the Case. See South Africa Page 6 suspect sabotage in blast Santo Domingo a a member of the dominican re Public s ruling Junta has expressed belief that pro Castro saboteurs caused the ammunition dump explosions in Santo Domingo which killed nine per sons and injured 111. A government source said three civilian suspects were arrested and confessed. One of the men Kwas picked up at the University of Santo Domingo a Cen tred of Castro sympathizers. The suspects were not identified Donald Reid Cabral head of the triumvirate said in a radio television address Friday that thursday had been set deliberately and promised a thorough investigation. He also disclosed that police had been authorized to search the univer grounds often a Refuge for foes of the government. In new York another Mem Ber spa the ruling Junta blamed communist Manuel Tavares Espaillat told the associated press was an attempt by the Castro communists to imitate Premier Fidel Castro s 26th of july attack and create a Sec Ond Cuba in the Tavares whose son is receiving medical treatment in new York said the dominican triumvirate had Advance warning that the Castro communists were preparing a spectacular blow for about june 14." Roosevelt documents released reveals de Gaulle hated Washington up the late president Franklin d. Roos Evelt at one time accused Gen. Charles de Gaulle of stirring up trouble Between arabs and jews and other elements in Africa and charged that de Gaulle s disturbances there be ing financed by the British government. General de Gaulle messianic Complex . State department Docu ments made Public Friday Dis close that in 1943, at the height of the second world War Roos Evelt urged prime minister Winston Churchill that Britain and the . Break with de Gaulle. But Churchill wrote Back that while he was no More enamoured with the French Leader than was Roose velt i would rather have him the French liberation com Mittee than strutting about As combination Joan of arc and secret history these and other wartime exchanges involving the dallies were published by the state department As part of a continuing policy to disclose secret historical documents 20 years old or More. A department spokesman emphasized that while the papers May report wartime friction the events at that time have no bearing on current International relations. On May 8, 1943, Roosevelt wrote Churchill that the Atti tude of the refer ence to de Well nigh a de Gaulle had been campaigning against the . Backed French Gen. Henri Giraud for leadership of the free French and Roosevelt declared himself fed up with de Gaulle arid his i please president Roosevelt do Maple Leaf Flag flies on parliament Hill Scranton rated underdog in race by Chalmers Roberts Baltimore can he do it or is it too late these were the questions the politicians and the Public were asking today after Pennsylvania governor William Scranton s blames Nixon by David Kraslow Washington special tons senator Barry Goldwater Republican Arizona dismissed Pennsylvania governor Wil Liam Scranton s entry into the gop presidential race As a desperation move launched too late o upset the Goldwater band Wagon. The arizonan also said he re added former vice president Richard Nixon As the prime mover in persuading gov. Scranton to announce his Candi Dacy. Sen. Goldwater often has said he regards or. Nixon As his chief rival for the republication nomination. Or. Nixon who is not a declared candidate said after the Scranton announcement. That he is Neutral. It is too late sen. Gold water said in a radio to inter View. It desperation move. He will have to wage a costly vigorous Campaign to convince delegates pledged to me that it would be a mistake to stay with and in a statement from Gettysburg former president Dwight Eisenhower expressed his admiration for the Pennsyl Vania governor but declined to choose favourites in the Nomina Tion Battle. So Goldwater lated but total plunge into a struggle for the gop presidential nomination. Gov. Scranton announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination Friday in a speech before the Maryland state Republican convention promising to wage a whale of a Campaign in what he conceded would be a Strong Uphill fight against Arizona senator Barry Goldwater. Gov. Scranton s problem is to prevent sen. Goldwater from go ing Over the goal line before enough of either the uncommitted or Only Luke warm Goldwater delegates have time to see him hear appraise him and accept Iii. Pro Goldwater leaders Gener ally took the View today that it was too late those disenchanted with the senator thought there still was time enough. But nobody rated gov. Scran ton As anything but the under dog As of today in what could become one of the most exciting pre convention Battles in . Political history. Please see Scranton Page 6 for a total of four hours the proposed Canadian National Flag flew in Bright Sunshine on a 25 foot White pole on the Lawn in front of the peace Tower. But the test flying provoked angry shouts of protest inside1 the commons and a new democratic my to try to Stop the Flag from being hoisted outside. Full dress debate begins in the. Commons monday on the Resolution proposing a Flag de sign of three red Maple leaves on a White background with vertical Blue bars at the Bor Ders. The same Resolution would allow the Union Jack to be flown As a Symbol of Canada s Commonwealth connection. Meanwhile Clouds of another storm loomed late Friday in the commons. Notice was served on the government by opposition parties that they will have a lot to say about persons being held for Long periods in jail on immigration cases. In recent weeks immigration minister Tremblay has been peppered with questions about such cases and Friday David Orlikov nip w i n i p e g North said he and a number of his colleagues Are unsatisfied with the minister s explanations. The new Democrat rejected a suggestion by privy Council president Schraith that the matter could be disposed of by skipping the usual one hour Pri vate members period on the grounds this would t be time enough. See Flag flown Page 12 Trade talks countries reject Geneva Compromise Geneva Reuters the future of the 119-na Tion world Trade conference Hung in the balance today As delegates appeared Hope Lessly split Over the organization to follow the present conference. The split came Friday when a bloc of 75 developing countries at the conference were asked to approve a document prepared by Raul Rebisch Argentine Secretary general of the Confer ence. The document had been accepted by the industrialized countries. The conference was expected to end Friday but was held Over until today because of the split. The 75 countries unanimously agreed Friday night that they could not accept the following Points of Rebisch s Compromise document distribution of seats in the world Trade organization to Fol Low the 75 declared they should have More than the 21 seats assigned to them. Voting arrangements the 75 said voting arrangements were unjust because of the few seats allotted to them. Walsh no. 2 Man Ottawa up . Geoffrey Walsh 54 year old chief of the general staff was designated Friday As the no. 2 Man in Canada s new defence set up. Gen. Walsh was named by defence minister Hellyer to be come the vice chief of the de Fence staff the appointment is effective once a Bill establish ing a single integrated defence command is passed by parlia7 ment and proclaimed by Cabi net order. Rear Admiral Kenneth Dyer 48, vice chief of the naval staff was nominated As chief of personnel under the new system with the rank of vice Admiral. Maj. Gen. Jean Victor Al lard 51, major general survival will become chief of operational readiness. The French Cana Dian officer will also be promoted to lieutenant general. Air vice marshal Clare Annis 52, vice chief of the air staff was designated As chief of logistics and engineering with the rank of air marshal. . Robert Moncel 47, general officer commanding Eastern command Halifax was named comptroller general with a promotion to lieutenant general. In another appointment air vice marshal Wilfred bean 51, air member for technical serv ices was named As assistant chief of defence staff responsible for intelligence plans operational requirements program planning and analysis. Prelate s chancery picketed los Angeles special tons pickets marched Fri Day in front of the chancery of James Francis Cardinal Mcintyre to support of a Compton California priest who has asked the removal of the Cardinal for malfeasance in office. The demonstration followed a statement by Rev. William e. Dubay of St. Albert the great roman Catholic Church that he had been relieved of his administration Dulies. Toting signs criticizing the Cardinal or holding Palms to Gether in attitudes of prayer 56 picketers walked Back and Forth on the sidewalk before the two Storey Brick chancery. Cardinal Mcl Ritre was not in the Chan Cery at the time. Parishioners of the Compton Church and members of catholics United for racial Equality cure formed the picket line. Father Dubay set off the Fer ment with Public criticism of Cardinal Mclntyre s alleged in action on civil rights followed by letter to Pope Paul via Cusing the Cardinal of failure to act with fitting vigor in the Field of race relations. For the Cardinal Fri Day at the chancery. Bishop John j. Ward said no disciplinary action had been taken please see Cardinal Page 6 looking for twin Beds this want and under miscellaneous articles for Sale 50 2 Sealy twin Beds. Size 39 Inch in excellent clean condition. Per set or both team Tor Alpine 3-4964. Is among tile hundreds of bar gains in today s classified Sec Tion. No matter what you need shop and save in free press want ads. Canadian negro opening attack against barriers by Jack picketts Sharlott Etown up the Canadian negro is begin Ning a quiet attack on the remaining barriers to genuine Ca Nadian Equality but he still has a Long Way to Goj a Yale University associate professor said Here Friday. Or. Robin winks of Yale s history department told the an Nual meeting of the Canadian association the negro too often remains quiescent in the face of Over Dis criminal although he can genuinely say things Are worse in the United states. But the Canadian negro is less clamorous for civil rights than the . Negro because he is not As Well organized and is Given fewer provocations. The Canadian negro is left alone and self segregated and the White civilization that sur rounds him assumes it is natural that he should be left added to this he has no National heritage on which he can fall Back for self identification in an increasingly Anonymous or. Winks said. The negro has no National heritage because there were no african nations when Canada was being populated from Europe he said. The Canadian negro lacks the sense of ethnic and National Pride which gives reason and purpose to the broader Cana Dian tendency to cherish rather than to Bury ethnic and National ties. The Canadian negro is please see negroes Page 12

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