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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaShow stoppers Brighton England up regular sunday punch an Judy shows on the seafront of this Sussex resort have been can celled due to dwindling audiences. A Council spokesman said children were just not in Winnipeg free press tuesday november 2. 1971 Haiti emerging from Duvalier darkness by Peter j. Wachniak auction Sale nov. 3rd at 2 . Bed pm. Set 19" port. T.v., water Tofi chair sol. Single cent Budi leather top end table Buffet . A Chest of draw ers dressers Upahl. Arm chairs tent Patio. Console Tewink machine Davenport or. Book shelves platform Rocker Weed kit. Set table cot combo radio record player Home a bed Coffee end House jacks Exten Ion ladder mangle twin baby Strol Ler pert. Remington typewriter port sewing machine As accor Dion dress form Large Rug with under pad Humidifier vacuum cleaner floor polisher Lee. Broom Power Mower Garden tools Small appliances Bird cafes boys and girls skates goalie pads Ridini lamps clocks trunk Pic Tures brats Silver China Glass dinnerware books ornaments Many Ether interesting items. Peter s auction sales 324 Young Street phone 783-1775 Peter Wachniak auctioneer appraiser by Francis b. Kent port a Prince Haiti special tons Haiti is quickly emerging from the dark age of Duvalier. Foreign Aid reduced to a trickle seven years ago amid charges of flagrant corruption has been resumed at a modest tentative rate. . Financial assistance is expected to Rise steadily Only if the . Senate s defeat of foreign Aid is reversed of course. Experts in a Broad Range of subjects including farming transportation marketing and Public finance Are arriving in mounting numbers. They represent the Agency for inter National development the organization of american states the United nations the tonal lending age ties. Moreover the atmosphere it self has changed haitians who formerly responded to questions with Blank stares now talk Volu Bly of their government. The once cloistered men in govern ment now meet openly with the visiting press. All this stands out in bold Relief when compared with the state of affairs under Francois papa Doc Duvalier who raised terror and repression to a Black Art in the course of Al most 14 years As Haiti s pres-1 was to be succeeded As pres ident for life by his son Jea Claude now 20, and Jean Claude was to Rule with the help of a carefully picked Cabi net made up essentially of old Duvalier its. Many thought at the time tha this government by committee a foreign news exclusive last Chance beginner and advanced classes starting immediately limited time Only ident for life under his heavy hand All opposition was eliminated. The National Economy never stable All but collapsed. When Duvalier died last april Haiti s per capita income was about a year the lowest in the hemisphere. Barely 10 per cent of the 4.5 million people had enough . Jobs were As scarce As Dollar Bills. To Avert a Bloodbath a Vio Lent struggle for Power Duva Lier dictated from his deathbed a formula for the future. He would come quickly apart that old jealousies and rivalries would Lead to instant chaos. Yet friction has been held to a minimum. Progress is evident. The new Cabinet will submit soon a live year development plan the first in Haiti s history which Independent observers describe As modest and realistic. Emphasizing agriculture but concentrating too on the improvement of roads transport t a t i o n Power and communications the plan envisages an increase in Gross National product of four per cent in each of the next five years. It relies for the most part on Domestic resources but Calls for about in foreign assistance. No sources Are specified but official spokesmen have indicated that european As Well As . And International agencies will be called upon. All have shown new inter est in this Little Black Republic that . Ambassador Clinton Knox describes As being too Long out of the mainstream of International meanwhile the government Las moved to Reform the shaky a Structure reducing the import Tariff on a number of popu a commodities and increasing t sharply on luxury items. The resident has publicly ordered us finance minister to seek ways of tightening up the tax collection procedures that Long adored the elite. Washington has sent an Aid representative to Haiti for the first time in almost a decade and he is expected to Complete work soon on a agriculture program described As a Pilot program that could Well be expanded. . Fisheries experts have looked into the possibilities and this offer includes 3 private lessons 3 clan lessons 12 hours of team 0 Fox Chi Cha tango Walt swing phone 943-3438 dance studios 204-269 Kinnear St. Workers Laid off Montreal up Al though originally slated for mid november layoffs at the general motors Plant in Ste. Therese que., have already begun. A pm spokesman said Mon Day about 525 employees will have been Laid off by nov. 15 but most of the layoffs went into effect Friday. Most of the workers Are on supplementary unemployment benefits under which the com Pany supplements government unemployment benefits to make up 90 per cent of their wages after taxes. Most will receive sub for a year the spokesman said. To qualify employees must have worked for pm at least a the company gave notice to the government of the expected layoffs last june and said they had nothing to do with the new economic policies in the . Announced by president Nixon aug. 15. Asked How Long the layoffs May be expected to last the spokesman said if things improve and we Start making More cars Well have to rehire some and Well do that according to Ste. Therese is 15 Miles North govt. To replace any jets sold Ottawa up any of Jet fighters sold to Venezuela will be replaced with dual sea models of the same plane a defence department spokesman said monday. He said in an interview thai no agreement had been reached with the South american country but negotiations Are under Way. The spokesman refused to con firm a report in the first Issue of the Toronto Sun monday that 16 6 the Short Range fighters had already been sold. Premature to talk about figures at this time the Toronto tabloid said trea sury had. Authorized a million expenditure to replenish the department Fleet from which the venezuelan planes would come. Victoria Hospital gets Grant West of Montreal. The department of National health and welfare has Given Victoria general Hospital an Grant to further study Treasury has authorized the basis for negotiations but we can t. Reveal that of said the spokesman. He refused to give details. The replacement Cf-5s would be equipped with dual controls for use As advanced trainers. The training role the air Craft was announced last a gust in the defence depart ment s White paper policy state ment. The training planes would be based Lake Alta. Since the training role of the Canad air built Cf-5 was notes to abolished at the time the plane were purchased the depart ment has an excess of single seat aircraft and a shortage dual seat versions. The planes the Purchase which was criticized because o their limited capability and in ability to Fly overseas without refuelling now number 109. Six were lost through Accident since they became operational 18 months ago. About 50 Are in storage in North Bay and Tren ton ont. The spokesman said Thi number will be reduced to 32 when the new training and operational assignments outlined in the White paper Are fulfilled. The 32 stored aircraft will be used to replace further losses. Neurosis common about singaporeans Are neurotic and a further suf Ler from psychosis and Are under medical care a promo Newit Singapore psychiatrist says. A wife Dis washing Drudgery dreary dish drying dishwater hands broken dishes give tier time to spend n happier ways see your electric appliance dealer now the Hospital s proposed information computer system. The proposed system would automatically transmit doctors orders to Hospital departments such As a Ray pharmacy and the laboratories for action and follow up a presi release from Ottawa says. The Grant will be used for a of the technical and economic aspects of the sophisticated communications system. John Carter administrator of the Hospital said monday the one year study will not involve actual patient care at this Point he said the Grant Marks the revival of plans for a computer program started at Victoria five years ago. The Hospital first launched a program to implement a com Puter system in 1967 but the project was abandoned for Lack of funds he said. Or. Carter said Hospital applications for Federal funds were answered with a request for More detailed feasibility studies. Canada s in role criticized Man. Sask. Contracts announced Ottawa up three con tracts totalling for construction projects in Saskatchewan and Manitoba were announced monday by the Public works department Parkland enterprises Ltd. Of Saskatoon has been awarded a contract for construction of Indian Reserve health stations at Canoe Lake Montreal Lake and Redearth Lake. A contract has been Given to Pearson Western Ltd. Of Saskatoon for reconstruction of a guard Tower at Saskatchewan Penitentiary in Prince Al Bert reconstruction of the parking lot at Winnipeg s Deer Lodge Hospital will be completed by Tallman paving of Winnipeg a division of . Ltd., under a contract London ont. Up cant a s support of bringing the people s Republic of China into the United nations at the expense of Taiwan was criticized monday by the president of the Canadian protestant league. Rev. J. B. C. Shepherd of Edmonton told the league s annual conference the Federal govern ment imposed upon us a Friendship tie with what historically been just about the worst gang of cutthroats since the world began the communist he also criticized the concept that Canada is a two nation country. Our nation is a Canada in which All canadians regardless of differences in their origins stand on an equal footing of absolute Equality. Federation was not a Union of founding languages or found ing races or founding religions it was a political Union of the provinces. Compulsory bilingualism is proving to be what we said it would be nothing but an unnecessary and heavy Burden on the or. Shepherd said the league celebrating its 30th anniversary represents families across Canada. Monoxide fumes Poison two men one of two men who were working on their cars in con died spaces was still in Hospi Al monday with Carbon monoxide poisoning. He is John Wright 23, of 2258 Gallagher Avenue who was reported in Good condition in Winnipeg general Hospital. Winnipeg police said or. Wright suffered Carbon monoxide poisoning Friday while be was installing Frost Shields on his car. The other Man was identified by police As Douglas Brown 22, of 1000 Martham drive suite sos fort Garry who was treated saturday in fisc Ricossa Hospital for Carton monoxide poisoning and aft Raed to go bore. A pc ice spot Ceslaa said or. Brown was Whf cig a car a garage at 569 Waverly adj Strett he said Carton Biwot of Fries and that waver set Eav Idle pure Obang occur if 3je Sec add be tar s is it actg a a urges closer link Paris. Ont up Walter Tose valedictorian of the graduating Dass of Paris District High school called far a closer Fink Between High schools and universities a Bis speech at recent foramen Ceibert exercises at the school. He said students Are often bewildered by the Content of horses flaw selected for their degree. Be striding schools Are expected to recommend that funds be made available for a project. The organization of american states has five technicians working in Rural areas. About 50 United nations experts Are at work also for the most part in Rural Haiti. The inter american develop ment Bank agreed not Long ago to provide million in capital for haitian development Bank and in Highway construction experts Are studying the feasibility of putting through a High Way along Haiti s Southern pen insula. This is expected to Lead to a substantial loan for construction possibly from the inter american Bank and a study group from the world Bank which has virtually ignored Haiti since 1965, is expected by year s end. End of line Kansas City a the Santa be railway co. Wants out of a 200-year contract which has another 133 years to run. The Kansas City terminal rail Way co. Is asking the Jackson county circuit court to Force Santa be to pay its assessments u toe contract signed in 1909 by the Heads of 10 of the largest railways in the Midwest who foresaw an almost Perpetu Al future for passenger freight mail and Stock service. Native to India the Cucumber is said to have originated in India. Save Money 6 and 9 . Monday to thursday on furniture restaurant t Bik cry equipment and 1001 used items at the yellow warehouse 764 main St. Pm. 589-2745 open to 9 . Mon. Wed. . Thurs. Fri. Sat. To 1 . Look for Tutje yellow building Sheridan All aluminium storm doors offer Beauty and Protection auction Sale Cray s auction Mart 91 Albert Street wed., nov. 3rd at 1 . Of 3 Pel. French provincial Section Al Chesterfield Telephone table and chair bookcases Large dining room table Davenport and Chester bed rocking chair Drears Chest of draw ers 17" . Stand radio record player 54" cent bed Chrome suites set of Drums uphold. Chairs Sample cases crib ironing tables exec. Brooms vac. Cleaners Humidifier step table floor polishers clocks Small elec. Appliances drapes Orna ments China liquor Cabinet and Many Mere interesting items. John wis t1. 00 phone auctioneer tit. 1899 942-2371 specialist in valuations estate and mortgage sales. 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