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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaOne Good career deserves another Page 22. Weekend Magazine Winnipeg free press Tell tits Canada s bidding rotogravure Magazine a world for the Young being old can mean loneliness isolation poverty yet. Page 4 vol. 78 no. 41 Price Loc i5c saturday november 14, 1970 is. Forecast mainly Cloudy 35 and 15 retirement heaven Victoria has the climate and a slower Pace. Page 8 Home that in t Home a nursing Home can be More than a place to die. Page 12 what government in t doing for pensioners Page 26 How to retire a set of and in the 30 trap used to protect 3 it Happy Ltd 4 the Herron Folk. Page 5 artist paints with 8 the Rock scene. Page 10 Book reviews. Pages 11-14 Church news pages 20, 21 Page 22 and elsewhere in the paper color comics to radio diary Jumble winners 23 entry form 24 Puzzle 39 youth beat classified 37 to 52, 55 to 57 comics 24, 25 Community Calendar 26 deaths 23 finance 31, to 35 labor scene. It break code winners 23 letters 27 movies 29 night beat. Sports .cfito69 travel 13 to 15 women 17 to 22 Kidnap v police foil plot Minneapolis Minn. A police have foiled a plot which they said was aimed at kidnapping two midwestern officials hijacking an Airliner to take them to Cuba and holding them for Ransom of six prison ers including Black militants Angela Davis and Bobby sea be. Ronald l. Reed 20, was arrested Friday and charged by Federal authorities with conspiracy to steal an aircraft. Police said notes found on Reed a negro when he was arrested pointed to a plot to Kidnap gov. Harold Levander of Minnesota and Hijack the Airliner. They said reports from other sources indicated a plan to Kidnap Rosalie Butler who is a City Council member in the neighbouring City of St. Paul wife of a wealthy contractor and Mother of three. Police had been tipped to the plot and posted guards thurs Syria govt. Defence minister seizes Power marxist leaders arrested Damascus a defence minister Hafez Al Assad seized control of Syria s government today after a quiet Midnight coup that overthrew the marxist Day night around the governor s mansion mrs. Butler s House which is next door and the Minneapolis is. Paul Airport. The guards were withdrawn Friday after the arrest of Reed in a Minneapolis apartment. He also is charged with aggravated assault intent to please see police Page 2 e. Pakistan death toll May reach 20, Dacca a a Rescue commission official said today the death toll could climb to More than persons from a Cyclone and tidal wave along East Pakistan s Bay of Bengal coast. An official of the Central government said he was told by an official of the Marisal District 70 Miles South of Dacca that an area on Bhola Island was washed the official said the area had 180.800 Resi dents. Another commission announcement said natives were stranded on another is land but were in no immediate danger. Directors of the Rescue operation were inspecting the 238-mile coastline from Khulna to Cox s Bazar by air and reported extensive damage. The number of confirmed dead was 699. With at least missing officials said j the Untray Cable arc surely j said one. I ships were bringing Relief sup plies to the offshore islands. On one hat a a local magistrate said thousands were killed when the tidal wave left 20 feet of water. Haiti 20 Miles from Shore has a population of at least District commiss Kmen said the Island was devastated. Reuter news Agency quoted unconfirmed reports reaching Dacca today As saying about persons Are feared to have been washed away when the tidal wave struck Haiti. One eyewitness said there were 350 bodies along one eight mile stretch of the East pakis Tan coastline. Communications were Down Between the Interior nazi fugitive hunted final treaty drafted Warsaw a negotiators for West Germany Aad Poland have drafted a treaty to heal the diplomatic schism carved 31 years ago when a nazi hit Krieg overran pc Faird i awl began the second world War. A spokesman for the bom said Friday that Minster Walter Scheel treaty wed life Asuncion a the paraguayan government announced Friday that its police Are Hunting Josef Mengele nazi concentration Camp doctor regarded As one of the most wanted War criminals still at Large. Mengele was chief medical officer at Auschwitz where he allegedly Tod experimentation on human beings. The paraguayan government announcement said an arrest warrant had been issued against Mengele at the request of the German Federal Republic. Anti nazi organizations from abroad bad reported that men Gele was granted paraguayan citizenship i 1959. But the paraguayan government has always denied reports that he was Here. President Gustav Heinemann of West Germany was recently quoted As saying his govern ment had repeatedly reverted merge be s extradition of that so Cess. And much of the 250 Miles of coastline hit hardest by the storm s 150-mile-an-hour winds and 20-foot Waves. There were reports of thou Sands of persons missing along the coast and on the offshore islands. A Rescue party left for the Island of Dubla. Where hindus assembled for a religious festival were believed trapped. No word had been received from a 14-member party of world Bank experts and Consul Tants who left tuesday on a tour of areas that later received the Brunt of the storm. A spokesman for one firm represented in the party How Ever said he believed the team May have had sufficient warn ing to reach shelter. Officials said the four hour storm Sank Many boats in Chittagong port distress signals were heard from an Indian ship that was believed to have gone Down. Abdur Rahman a flying club instructor said after flying Over Bhola Island that be hardly saw any people mov he reported one seagoing ship torn apart and a ship aground. Cargo civilian government. Most citizens of 25 Miles from the front lines of the israeli unaware that a coup had taken place and that their govern ment leaders were in jail. This syrian capital was Calm with no signs of trouble on the surface and no unusual military activity. Shoppers thronged to the bazaars As usual and government ministries were open for business. Arab diplomatic sources said Assad and his men arrested 1 resident Noureddin Atassi Premier Youssef Zaymen and . Salah Jadid a Leader of the syrian baath party in raids on their Homes late Fri Day the moslem Sabbath. A did s Only title is assistant Secretary general of the party but he was the behind the scenes strongman of the Atassi regime. None of the arrested men was harmed the sources said. But Damascus radio which in the past has broadcast syrian revolutions with fanfares of Arab music made no men Tion of a coup today. Baathist sources said agents of Assad s intelligence Force rounded up the key marxist Fig ures and set up guards at prime military and government buildings. They said there was no indication of tension in Damascus. An o f f i c i a 1 newspaper of Atassi s regime in Beirut Al Raya said the baath Politi Cal party and the masses Are standing in the face of the military there were no other reports of resistance to the defence minister s reported takeover. With Damascus radio silent few syrians apparently were aware of the events. The Atassi a member of the International baath committee drove to Beirut to announce the coup. He said Assad s men captured the state radio and television stations and the two daily news papers. But he said no tanks or armoured cars were moved into Damascus. Bolstered by support of air Force intelligence officers and the chief of staff Gen. Mustafa j Las Assad moved after the party Congress dismissed him from Power thursday the spokesman said. The defence minister wants closer syrian ties with Egypt please see coup Page 4 million on Way Julia plans for a million to 50 million commercial and residential development will be unveiled within a week mayor Steve Juba of Winnipeg said Friday that the development will save Winnipeg taxpayers two Mills on their 1971 tax Bill and provide additional Revenue for the City at the same time. Please see project Page 6 cubbyhole key to sugar Saga j que. Police said to have found suspects prints in hideaway Montreal up the Gazette says that a cubbyhole in a walk in clothes closet at the apartment where police arrested Bernard Lortie last week May have enabled three front de liberation do Quebec kid nappers capture. The claim was made Friday by a High ranking police official the Gazette says. All four of those wanted for x y the kidnapping and lulling of labor minister Pierre Lap Rte were in the the officer said. When police opened the door of the Queen Mary Road apart ment they came face to face with Lortie the 19-year-old Stu Dent who was the key witness at the opening of the Coroner s inquest into or. Laporte s death last saturday. Lortie was taken to police Headquarters along with a Young girl found in the apart ment with him the newspaper says. Please see says Page 6 to find out hip pins when House cat becomes trapped in the deserted Home of a neighbor please turn to Page 10. Major Aid due for four Parks Seg Minc seat China adopts softer tone focus on 3iain Street by Dennis Joom Fortell Singapore special owns peking s reaffirm of november s that Taiwan is an Mau enable part of the territory of the people s Republic of Cywa underlines once More that Formosa Stih remains the biggest a Tammmy Block to the Early of tace maoists to us United Csc a wot the in fwd year far a of of Caw Tai sleek s awl fort Cha Wevner m Warsaw were sail pwt be import a we w of recept of two chivas is Al most As objectionable As the present in which the vast people s rep we is deprived of its Birthright by we Laoag one neen wed Orang Kai Shek in for Mosa As the Trae lev went Active of a Tum chinese. Cha s Atti Taie to Warfe lie Tess in Tom me swirl to toe the a my 3mb by John Dodd Edmonton up master plans that Call for huge in creases in recreational facilities in the four Western National Parks were unveiled Frida night but Parks officials warned they could t go much farther. Canadians May soon need a reservation to get into a National Park an official said. There was still some room for development however. Tact provisional plan proposed More roads into wilderness areas and More campsites and visitor facilities in the Parks to accommodate an anticipated to per cent increase in visitors daring the next 10 years. Attendance was 4j2 million this year in the Foer Parks to end of september. Abort eight million Are expected i ism. The plans cover Banff j Jasper and Kootenay a j Trenal Parks. J Park officials said that not farther coat be expected once the be year master plans expire Awe cant expand def mutely. Because nature won t tolerate Ward Stevens of the Cana Dian wildlife service told a news conference. Ron Malis acting director of please see increases Page 6 Man gunned Down Windsor ont up one Man was shot to death and another wounded in front of a West end tavern Friday night by a gunman in a passing car. John Jack Dumont Kett. 34, of Windsor awaiting trial on a charge of attempted armed Rob Bery was killed in the shooting. Alden Lucier 30, of Windsor was reported in Good condition in Hospital with gunshot wounds in the neck and ankle. Police said Kett had just left the tavern and was walking along the sidewalk when four or five shots were fired from the car. Struck in the Chest Kett Stag gered a few feet Forward and collapsed on the sidewalk. Or. Lacier who had been just beside Kett waiting for a indians claim David Courchene president of t h e Manitoba Indian brotherhood has filed a statement of claim in Manitoba court of Queen s Bench alleging disc rim i n a t i o n against indians and Metis by the Marlborough hotel. The statement of claim was filed Friday afternoon by or. Courchene on his own behalf and on behalf of All the Indi ans in the province of Mani the statement names As defendants the Marlborough hotel company limited Hank Tuk he hotel s front desk manager and the Marlborough hotel re erring to David n. Route in president and general manager of the hotel who carries on Busi Ness under the hotels or. Courchene s action has been taken following receipt of an internal memo of the hotel and the alleged refusal of the hotel to accept accommodation for indians when it had space available. Bus was struck twice and bleeding from the wounds he crawled Back into the tavern where be yelled he bad been shot please see Man Page c says used Media As a tool please Sec indians Page 6 meeting location changed location of the three Day provincial welfare advisory com Mittee meetings next week has been changed from the Marl Bonigk hotel to the Manitoba Indian brotherhood boardroom at m Lombard Avenue Cam Mittee Chammaa Una Decter said Friday. 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