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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press tuesday november 9, 1971 losing race continued population figures for a number of individual Manitoba municipalities. The results of the june census with 19gg i Igi ires in brackets showed the City of Winnipeg lost population with a total of while other gained. Brandon Lias but there was a Boundary change Between the censuses while West Kildonan has and St. James Assiniboia has no 1966 Fig ure available. Other figures for Manitoba Are Beausejour flin flon Neepawa Roblin the Pas 6-072 Thompson no 19g6 figure in general the preliminary figures adjustments for peo ple in temporary locations such As hotels Are still to be made indicate growth rates that have slowed since 1966 due to lower birth rates and immigration. The figures also show that most of the growth has occurred in the fringe or suburban parts of the larger metro Politan areas usuary at the expense of the Core cities and the smaller towns and Rural communities. For example Winnipeg and Montreal actually showed de Clines while their metropolitan areas gained population. Hali fax Saint John and Quebec would show the same result had it not been for Boundary changes. On the basis of City populations alone Edmonton is now the third largest City in Canada people replacing Vancouver which has Only people within its City limits. This will change again when the greater Winnipeg area is amalgamated to one City Jan. L. Then Winnipeg pro per with a population of will be Canada s third largest City. Toronto is now second with people and Mont real is in first place with 1.200, 000. Sophie s got you covered your Walls that is. With a Complete selection of paints papers and coverings to make Walls Bright and Beautiful talk to Sophie Ashurst or Dennis Bailey. Building materials Centre Portage Avenue just West of Polo Park lots of free parking open . To . Daily monday thursday and Friday til phone 775-0211 Ottawa up the Rait of murders a soundings and assaults in Canada increased sharply Between 1965 and 1970 said a report on crimes of violence tabled in the com Mons monday. The 430 murders reported to statistics Canada in 1970 rep resented 23 for each million of population Over the age of six tip 53 per cent from 1965 when 243 murders represented 15 murders per million. The information Given in a written reply to Barry Mather from the records of statistics Canada showed increases in the incidence of All violent crimes with the exception of manslaughter. There were 268 cases of at tempted per Mil lion of with 111, or seven per million in 1965. There were cases of per million compared with 822 cases or 50 per million in 1965. Assaults in 1970, at cases represented As saults per million of Popula Tion increasing by 52 per cent Over 1965 when there were cases or per Mil lion. There were cases of robbery last 623 per million population cent higher than in 1965 when there were cases for a. commission View continued called for Community service centres whose structures and priorities would be individually decided by the themselves but Dards would be communities whose Stan regulated by Bill Knight now youngest my rape in 1970. Of 58 per Mil lion population is 43 per cent higher than the 1965 rate of 39, when 641 cases were re ported. Other sexual offences last year totalled 533 per million. In 1965, there were such cases for a rate of 415. Manslaughter cases in 1970 totalled 34 for. A rate of two per million population equal Ling the 1965 in a footnote the Federal statistics Bureau said the 1970 figures include 40 murder Vic Tims in one incident that took place late in 1969. A caretaker at a Home for elderly people in Rouyn quo., was found guilty of setting the Home ablaze killing 40 per sons. Nadian wheat Board As the Only Liberal from Saskatchewan in the commons. There were eligible voters in the Assiniboia Riding w h i c h spreads Over almost Square Miles of Hilly farm and ranch land 180 Miles along the United states Border and North for 80 Miles. About 78 per the eligible voters cast ballots in the by election. The lists included 18-year-Olds for the first time in a Federal vote. The decisive defeat of or. Hooker was considered to be a demonstration against Federal agriculture policies. Much of the blame for the stunning upset of the former Saskatchewan Liberal government last june by the nip also was placed on those policies. The controversial p r a i r i e grains income stabilization Bill became the focal Point of Dis Content throughout the Riding. Along with that was smoulder ing resentment of the 1970 Low inventory for tomorrow pro Gram. Unpopular proposals by finance Edgar Benson to inst Tui a capital gains tax and to taxes against co operatives also Cut deeply into Liberal support. Assiniboia is extremely co operative oriented and contains two of the largest Rural credit unions in the world. Speaking of his Victory Mon Day night or. Knight said the results demand in no Uncertain terms that the government bring in a grains in c o m e stabilization plan As amended. Furthermore they have rejected increased Taxa Tion of Premier Allan Blakeney s re action was much the same. The result is a Clear and devastating repudiation of the farm policies of Trudeau and he said. Let s Hope that Ottawa finally has the message that farm ers do not want lift they Don t want a poverty stabilization Bill and they Don t want the task Force on agriculture 1 or. Knight n social studies and economics teacher at Wey Burn collegiate took the Lead after the first three polls out of a total of 214 had been heard from and never relinquished it. The most important aspect of the outcome is that it is not just a Victory for the Xep it is a Victory for the Farmers of the said or. Knight who got into politics at 15 when he became a member of the Souris Estevan Kcf executive and chairman of the executive policy committee. His age won t hinder his effectiveness in the he said. It did t in the by Clicc Tion the bespectacled articulate Young Man is not the youngest person Ever to be elected to the Nystrom. Now 25, was the successful nip candidate in Yorkton Mcl Villa in the 1968 he will be the youngest Sitt Itig member. A native of Estevan. He holds a Bachelor of arts degree in his tory and political science and a Bachelor of education degree with distinction in social Stu l a. Heltay re presen Lativs a in feg i s-3 the government wants you to keep More of your income tax dollars. So Why Don t you Call your nearest manufacturers representative. Manufacturers life 1 ?.ir. Knight won the Nomina 1 lion in Assiniboia Over 10 other i candidates on the sixth ballot during a Marathon convention that wasted More than five hours. I the seat was made vacant by the death earlier this year of a. B. Cab Douglas who had do Foater or. Watson in 1968 by a s5-Vcte margin. In that election the Xep candidate ran third. Getting 341 fewer votes than or Many of the top drawer Politi of All three parties con the by election were sent the Riding including n do Leader David Lewis. loader Robert c i i or. Knitht a fat o which have heavily x Stive or or. A Juii in. i of. Ret the provincial government. The major thrust of these centres would be prevention of individual and family problems. Yet response to the celtic report has been As if it never the emphasis by the Mani Toba government has been on Community health clinics which unlike the celtic recommendation would amount to one kind of Structure for every m r Henteleff feared that Manitoba would continue taking the same kind of and hoc approach to problems that has been the pattern of past years. As an example of this and hoc he referred to pronouncements following the suicide of an emotionally Dis Turbed 12 year old boy in Vaughan Street detention Home oct. 24. So suddenly maybe Manitoba will have a Psychia tric treatment Centre for such the same Patch up after the fact approach was Evi Dent following recent walkouts by West Kildonan High school students and provincial govern ment social workers or. Henteleff remarked. He said it s up to parents themselves to bring about effective changes in the educational system. You have no idea How the system can demolish a kid and you have no idea How it can de Molish a Well meaning innovative parents he contended must insist on sitting in on classrooms Day after Day to see what s going they must also insist on helping to draw up curricula and trying to find out what kinds of roles their children can play in improving the educational system. Or. Henteleff rejected the no Tion that parents could be Ade q u a t e 1 y represented through school boards because school boards Are inevitably controlled by the and you can t blame the administrator because that s How the system is a Mother in the audience told or. Henteleff How a school principal had denied her re quest to enter her child s school room and observe the class. I was1 told no this is highly irregular the principal suggested she attend the Parent teachers association meeting the next week if she wanted a i voice in her child s education. At one Point or. Henteleff noted that he had recently been called a political opportunist who was using the death of a 12-year-old boy to further his ends. It was asked How can you i walk Over the Back of a or. Henteleff was referring to the boy who was found hang ing in Vaughan Street detention Home. The political opportunist charge is said to have been made on an open line radio show by a former new democratic parly government Cabinet minister who charged that a demonstration at the legislative building Friday was a deliberate attempt to Embar Rass the nip government and that or. Henteleff figured in organizing it. Or. Henteleff neither participated in nor had anything to do with planning the protest organized by the social work graduate students action com Mittee at the University of Manitoba the talk now is that there finally May be a psychiatric treatment Centre for highly Dis Turbed or. Henle Leff said. But there in t just this j2 year old youngster. There Are j Young boys in the women s jail at Portage la Prairie who require strict Security. So they brought in some cages and put them in for protective custody. This is their Way of manage or. Henteleff found it deplorable that teacher education at the University of Manitoba is subject oriented rather than child oriented and that the most inexpert teachers Are often found dealing with Chil Dren with physical emotional and learning handicaps. The Peak travel season is Over that Means senior citizens Are virtually assured standby seating on up flights across Canada. If you re 65 years of age or Over and Don t re quire special boarding assistance it s the Money saving Way to go. You la enjoy the same famous executive Jet service As regular Pas sengers and you la save a full one third on your fare from Van Couver Calgary Edmonton Winni Peg Toronto Montreal or Ottawa. Once you be obtained a standby card from any airline you simply choose the flight you want and go to the up Check in counter. After full fare passengers Are boarded standby passengers Are boarded on a first come first served basis. The Opportunity to save was never better so make this the time to visit friends and relatives in other parts of Canada. For details pick up our special senior citizens standby ser vice brochure at your up ticket office. Or phone 957-1060. On Sale november 9 10 11 12 13 is so Early gift echals ladies Bulky knit scarves colourful warm fashion to toss around your neck each 12" wide by 72" Long and finished with a smart fringe solid colors or two tone effects available our regular Price 3.79 each 2.59 two piece Jet Lite Luggage each 5 Days Only a Light sturdy and Good looking Matching set to take you on your Way 18" vanity is fitted with a Mirror Brush and comb. The 21" weekender holds numerous articles of clothing choose from Blue Green or Melon. Of ladies Arnel briefs Kresge special Price 2 for 1.00 5 Days Only Bikini style briefs at a savings Price de tailed with lace elastic Waist and legs assorted colors. So a 100% Dupont Nylon ski jacket Kresge special Price 8.88 5 Days Only Zipper front Hood polyester Fibre filing and Rayon Satin lining Are details fasion shades. Misses so a. Teflon Fry pan hard coat Teflon Fry pan Kresge at such a Low Price a non stick Fry pan that s 9 a real favorite with 8 housewives. Oval Blue roaster holds a 12 la. Roast or 9 pc. Poultry equally buy save g is 2.93 silly string game i 1.99 5 Days oms recipe Box Sticky Page photo albums Colgate dental Cream of is or z to d 368 Portage avenu1 open Mon. Fri. To wed. Of n Polo Park shopping Centre overs to sat of

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