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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaManitoba Centennial 1970 Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 78 no. 147 Price 10 cents comics 15 cents wednesday october 14, 1970 Myret mostly sunny 20 and 50. Soviet troops deploy Warsaw pact armies unite in exercise Vienna special tons in an extraordinary show of outward Unity military contingents of All seven member nations of the soviet bloc s Warsaw treaty Organiza Tion joined up tuesday for the first time in its 15 years of existence to begin j massive fall manoeuvres i Over Large portions of East Germany. The political overtones of the operation called fraternity in arms seemed to outweigh heavily the Moscow inspired exercise in coordinating the com Mand and operational abilities of Eastern Europe s combined military strength. It could not for courthouse shooting overlooked that the massive miss Davis 26, a former fac manoeuvres began on the eve of ult member of the University the scheduled talks by the rep of California at los Angeles is resent Tives of the four great accused of purchasing the guns Powers the United states the used in the courtroom shooting soviet Union Britain and escape that took the lives of the France on the future of the and three others in san Canadian decision worries . Recognition of Mainland China to Surprise in diplomatic circles by the Canadian press nationalist China broke its diplomatic relation Ith Canada tuesday after announcement in Ottawa and peking that Canada and China would Exchange diplomatic representatives. The announcement that can Ada would recognize Mainland China was no Surprise in higher diplomatic circles around the world which have been Wel aware of the drawn out negotiations. A statement issued in Taipei Formosa by the nationalist new York a Angela Davis the Black militant Phil Ophy instructor has been arrested by the Fri at a Motel after being sought for nearly two months on murder and kid napping charges in a California been made there to Fly miss Davis to Cuba from a deserted Miami Airstrip. The plan apparently fell through when a charter boat Captain told the Fri that a please see Angela Page 13 chinese government of Chiang Kai Shek said the Canadian recognition was a most unfriendly it added that Ottawa Tai Pei relations were being severed immediately. In Washington the state department expressed concern please see decision Page 2 divided City of Berlin. They co please see soviet Page 17 mosaic told of dangers a Bleak future for ethnic minorities unless immediate action is taken by utilizing pro fessed government co operation was forecast tuesday morn ing during the opening session of the first Ever Manitoba mosaic. Congress. Ethnic minorities in Canada now Are at the turning and will fade within several years if Steps Are not taken now to ensure their survival. Prof. Michael Kinnear from the University of Manitoba told about 100 delegates assembled in the hotel fort Garry. Fortunately however both the Federal and Manitoba governments have favourable attitudes and Are willing to listen to suggestions from minority groups and will consider for possible implementation All res o 1 u t i o approved by the Congress he added. A member of the political science faculty prof. Kinnear is chairman of the Congress steer ing committee. Raphael calif., aug. 7. Arrested with miss Davis at the Howard Johnson motor Lodge in Midtown Manhattan tuesday night was David Rudolph Poindexter jr., 36. Also Black who was charged with harbouring a fugitive. Stem population growth Brief says kidnapping talks end i in stand off Fly negotiator does t want to continue without mandate Montreal up Hopes for the Early re lease of two Kidnap hostages began to fade today after the first face to face talks Between a Contact Man for the revolutionary front de liberation do Quebec and a provincial government spokesman ended in a stand off. They today. Miss were to be arraigned Davis whose Public avowal of communism created an academic Freedom Contro Versy at Urcla was placed on the Fri s 10 most wanted list after being charged in connection with the California shoot ing. In Miami Beach attorney general John Mitchell said tuesday night that a Chance sighting of miss Davis in South Florida led to her capture. A Young Black Pilot who asked not to be identified told an associated press reporter in Miami Beach that preparations had Winnipeg s clean air is the envy of Many it be possible to maintain this Stan a Brief presented wednesday to the Manitoba government warns that it won t be possible to maintain that Standard unless effective measures Are taken to Stem population growth and control pollution. The Brief prepared by Zero population growth Manitoba an Independent group concerned with the ecological future of the world and the survival of the conjunction with survival Day wednesday. The Brief says survival Day was conceived As a National event to Alert canadians of How the country s ecology is being upset. The idea involved from an August meeting of anti pollution groups from across Canada. The Brief made five main re commendations aimed primarily at maintaining the population of Manitoba at a constant num Ber. They a re human race was presented in today today s Index please see mosaic Page 13 a utter Fram 59 comics 3a, 4a classified .39 to 52 deaths 2 finance to television 34 Jummie .41 movies 05 sports .52, 57 to m women 21 to 2i nearly everyone reads the free press City zone total 103.401 children beaten to death Caramat. Ont. Up a resident of this area is being held by Ontario provincial police in connection with the beat ing deaths tuesday of three children identified As Leslie is Quinaux. 3. Her sister Char Lene. 2 and brother. Gordon 1. Police said the Mother of the children had left them for a Short time tuesday evening and when she returned she found them dead. No other details were re leased by police. Caramat is a town of about 400 persons 120 j Miles Northeast of Thunder Bay. A full scale Campaign be put into effect using All forms of the communications Media to stress the importance of voluntarily limiting families to two natural children. Laws and policies that re strict abortion and contraception be completely liberalized. The right to an abortion be taken out of the hands of Hospi Tal boards and left entirely to the applicant and her doctor. I the recent Federal govern ment Grants for family planning e fully utilized to expand exist ing facilities and direct family planning program toward the goal of population stabilization in Manitoba. Full support and assistance be Given to population stabilization research availability of contraceptives to All Levels of society free to those who can not afford to pay education to change social and religious attitudes restricting birth control and abortion improved contraceptive technology. Barrister Robert Lemieux representing the revolutionary Fly which is holding British envoy James Jasper Cross and Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte for Ransom left in doubt tuesday night he would join further talks. He told a boisterous news con Terence i declare that in View of the government s refusal to negotiate with me under the terms of my mandate i cannot continue these negotiations without reviving a new he made it Clear that the u e s t i o n whether he meets gain today with lawyer Robert emers government represent Tive depends on further instructions from the violently Para Tiff Fly. Unlike ois Fly counterpart or. Demers held no news con Ference but the Montreal office of Premier Robert Bourassa is sued a statement saying its Point of View had not changed since the Premier made a broadcast statement sunday night. In that statement the Premier set Forth amounted to or. Demers terms of reference in the solution of the initial see kidnapping Page 16 . Liberals gain 17 seats from pcs province s political future hazy As government suffers setback by Ian Donaldson Halifax up major gains by the liberals a serious setback for the progressive conservative government and a breakthrough by the new democrats in tuesday s general election left Nova Scotia s immediate political future unclear today. With recounts expected in Sev eral close Ridings unofficial election night results gave the liberals the largest Block of seats in the legislature but they Lack a Clear Cut majority. The nip a virtual non Factor in recent Nova Scotia elections emerged with two the balance of Power. Final standings pcs t. Liberals nip total 1970 1967 21. 40 23 i 2 4fi 46 Gerald Regan Premier Smith please see Stem Page 7 car firm facing Law suit Seattle a a Law suit filed by the state of Washington tuesday claims that Ralph Williams North West Chrysler Plymouth inc., in false deceptive misleading and unfair business practices. The suit asks that a Fine of be levied against the Seattle for every violation of the state consumer Protection act since May 14. The state also seeks Reir Nursement for any customers whose Money or property was taken through illegal Busi Ness practices As Well As injunction forbidding the firm to engage in such practices. Please see firm Page 7 Shand afraid of City police by Ken Ingle the Only reason i turned myself in to the mounted police is that i thought i would get i Don t guess i deserve it but i thought i would get better treatment. I did t want to get shot by the City police 1 imagine there is a Lew itchy a Winnipeg ramp Corporal testified tuesday that 31-year old Thomas Mason Shand expressed this fear of the City police after he surrendered to or. Justice John m. Hunt adjourned court at 3 . Tuesday after j. D. Montgomery concluded the Case for the Crown and defence counsel Harry Walsh signified he intended to Liberal Leader Gerald Regan 41-year-old former sportscaster labor lawyer and Liberal Mem of parliament for was delighted with the outcome but he declined to predict future events pending clarification from Premier g. I. Ike Smith. Regardless of that the result was an overwhelming defeat for the conservatives who were seeking a fifth straight Man Date. Ending 23 years of Liberal Rule in 1956, they won bigger majorities in three subsequent elections crushing the liberals and obliterating the nip in 1963 and 1967. Cell no witnesses. The trial was please see liberals Page 16 to resume at 10 . Wednes Day with summations to the jury by or. Montgomery and or. Walsh and instructions to. The jury on the Law from or. Justice Hunt. It is expected the jury will tire to consider its verdict the Federal police june to in evidence tucs face a charge of capital murder of in the june 27 stabbing death of Winnipeg police detective Ron sometime wednesday afternoon. Cpl. One of two ramp officers to whom Thom As Shand surrendered said that _. During a car ride to the win i the ramp officer was one of safety building he i eight Crown witnesses to give had asked or. Shand if he had evidence in the last Day of Testi surrendered by h know. Mony in the trial of or Shand Here was a Warram out f has which is being heard before a j arc so Campaign receipts soaring 12-Man jury during the fall As Cpl. Sizes of the Manitoba court of l j Queen s Bench Eastern Mace District. Looking for a dog this want and under dogs. Cats Birds and tropical fish 21 Black Labrador pups. 7 weeks Well bred. 453-1509 after 5. Is among the hundreds of bargains in today s classified Section. No matter what you need shop and save in free press want ads. Stewart said or. Shand j and had Thoni comments about sur rendering to the ramp because of fear for his safety if he sur rendered to the City police. The Corporal also testified that the accused Man had said. Was going to shoot myself but 1 could t get the guts up to pull the trigger. I be been hid ing in Little cubby holes Ever since it the surrender to the Federal police took place in the office of Winnipeg lawyer Hugh Parker. At 210 Osborne Street. Please see Shand Page 7 by Wall Dennison the United Way of greater Winnipeg Campaign has collected almost 2 a times the total which was received at the same last year but Campaign officials say employee donations Are the key and a trend in this area probably will be established within a week. At a news conference wednesday officials reported that s775.787 had been collected or 23.5 per cent of the objective of please see Campaign Page 7 Winkler relives history tank Holdup re i parted i. Jim Worobec the Southern Manitoba town of Winkler turned the pages of time Back 50 years tuesday to re enact a Milestone in aviation and coverage history. On october 14. 1920, an Avro biplane doted by two Canad an aviation pioneers carried 19 year old free press reporter Cecil Lmont to Winkler to cover a daring Bank robbery. It was the first time in Canada to Fucai news Media used the air metes to get an on the spot report. The 69-year-om or. Lament taxied iwo downtown Wikler aboard a by waged Tiger Moth to commemorate now Domovs wow Ewi of of to Vars Toji from of Purrer. Teft Row site to a or. La Niode. Who went to Winkler by car. Topped aboard the Tiger Moth after it landed at Winkler. The double Winger ferried or. Lament from the new Winkler Airport to the Centre of the town. When asked if he would have liked to Fly to Winkler in the Tiger Moth or. Lament non commit Fly replied it would t have been too bad in a dc-9." after the biplane landed and or. Lamont was the aircraft taxied through a ribbon to officially open he new Winkler Industrial Airport. On hand to Welcome or. Lamon and the biplane was Winker mayor Huffy Wienc. The Ter Fawn Council and of Ibe Jota

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