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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaIf you do it it won t get done give the United Way Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 78 no. 18 Price 10 cents 15 cents monday october 19, 1970 Sunset . Ato Orlu . Moonset . Forecast sunny and warm 65 and 40 w men sought Here is what s left of car in which four persons died saturday at Neepawa 4 killed in one crash guerrilla troops weekend toll disarmed Beirut Lebanon a Syria s new military ruler is cracking Down on the Palestin Ian Arab guerrillas the previous marxist regime sponsored Arab diplomatic sources reported today. The diplomats said Gen. Hafez Al Assad of the air Force Syria s defence minister has closed Down the Damascus Headquarters of the Saika guerrillas and asked the Central committee of the Palestine resistance movement to suspend its membership. Saika guerrillas returning to Syria from Jordan Are being disarmed at the Border and shipped off to detention areas in Northern Syria the sources said. They reported Assad has put Syria under military control paralysing the baath socialist party government Assad forced or. Noureddin Atassi to resign As president and Premier of Syria saturday and today . Salah Jadid marxist Leader of the baath party was reported to have fled the country possibly to Northern Lebanon. Assad s coup is believed to have resulted from the syrian invasion of Jordan during the civil War there last month. Assad opposed the intervention and refused to give it air cover. Assad is 40, a staunch Arab nationalist and has worked for Doser co operation among the Arab countries in the fight against Israel meanwhile jordanian tanks and palestinian guerrillas in Northern Jordan battled sunday for control of villages on the guerrillas Supply route from Syria. The guerrillas said 60 tanks shelled four villages be tween Ramatha and Irbid 50 Miles from the jordanian Capi Tal of Amman and that they replied with mortars machine guns and rockets. On six people were killed in Highway traffic Acci dents in Manitoba during the weekend four of them in a car truck collision at Neepawa. Dead Are Joanne Mary Kilborn 18, of Neepawa. Donna Lillian Allin 16, of Neepawa. David John Aitchison 26, of Brandon. Leonard Gordon Davies 27, of Brandon. Alexander John Norrie 24, of Glenella. Linda Thompson of Birch River Man. Joanne Kilborn Donna Allin Leonard Davies and David Aitchison were All killed about . Saturday when the car in which they were Riding collided with a transport truck at Neepawa. Ramp said the car was northbound on Provin Cial Road 258 and turning on to Highway 4 when it collided with the truck. The truck was westbound on Highway 4. The Force of the Impact demolished the car and police had to use acetylene torches to free some of the victims from the wreckage. Doctors return to work by Ken Kelly Ottawa up Ribac please see weekend Page 5 tories name Murta to contest Lisgar by Ron Campbell Swan Lake Man. Staff pledging to commute weekly five killed in plane collision Melbourne. Australia five persons died when a steered 4tifcg off a Bewer Craft d-5t today Ifo Arah littered he Murta Between Ottawa and his Grays Vole Man., Home if elected 27 year old Jack Murta was chosen saturday night As the progressive conservative candidate to contest the Federal by election in Lisgar constituency nov. 16. The 900 voting delegates among the More than peo ple in Swan Lake Haq selected the Young Farmer in four bal lots in which four other candidates for the nomination were eliminated. The other candidates were Warner Jorgenson la pc Vaughan Baird a Winnipeg lawyer Arnold Brown a Winkler area Farmer and David Gibson a Fanner in the Home Field District and mayor of Kofl Larney. As the nominating convention broke up around . Sun Day the Defeated candidates declared their wish to have the vote considered uban Innus for or. Marta. Or. Merta said a a inter View that be had waged a Tough medical specialists ended their 10-Day strike Todara the Behot of leaders who publicly raised the Prospect that violence May spread in Quebec. A specially summoned meet ing Here of an estimated doctors put to end by voice vote to a walkout that began oct. 8 Over Quebec s medical care insurance plan. Or. Raymond Robillard pres ident of the federation of Quebec medical specialists is sued a Brief statement announcing the conclusion of the strike on behalf of the federation s members. A few minutes earlier or. D. L. Kippen of Winnipeg presi Dent of the Canadian medical association told a news Confer ence the step was taken because of possible emergency medical requirements in Quebec and continued escalation of the National he denied any suggestion that the specialists were using this As an easy Way out of their confrontation with the Quebec government which is armed since last Friday with Laws to Force them Back to work. B. E. Fre Arao Cha executive Secretary spoke of confidential information in the doctors hands indicating danger of a clash Between Montreal Stu dents and armed troops mobilized under the War measures in govt offer for Cross still stands Montreal up a government offer to give terrorist kidnappers of British Diplomat James Cross Safe passage to Cuba stands today despite the murder saturday of a second Kidnap victim Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte. A letter from or. Cross Sun Day said he was stall alive and asked authorities to arrange for his release by meeting the main Ransom demand of the front de liberation do to Cuba or Algeria for 23 Polit ical or. Cross 49, was kidnapped at his Montreal Home two weeks ago today or. Laporte also 49, was killed at . Edt Satur Day a week almost to the min Ute after his abduction from his St. Lambert Home on the South Shore of tie St. Lawrence across from Montreal. An autopsy report was to be issued later today on whether he died from a Bullet or from strangulation. Negotiation Between the government and a Contact for the kidnappers collapsed thursday night and us Fri Day in votary measures Paul Rose Sher of Are police Power it arrest without warrant Fly members or adherents. By Early today 319 persons were being detained in the investigation 183 in Montreal the others in Quebec City Brooke Hull and five Quebec centres. Police sunday issued War rants for the arrest of Marc Carbonneau 37, a taxi Driver and Paul Rose 27, a teacher charging them with kidnapping in both cases. Both Are canadians whose Mother Tongue is French. Marc Carbonneau bloodshed seemed inevitable act in response to terrorist kidnappings. Or. Kippen said he asked for and was health minister John Munro s permission to use the Federal minister s name in urging the Quebec specialists to end their strike. But neither would reveal the source of the information beyond or. Kippen saying they had to Trust the judgment of see govt. Offers Page 11 officials urge Unity by the Canadian press by John Mika Ottawa staff there can t be Many capitals in the world where the events in the Shadow of the peace Tower Over the weekend could have happened without bloodshed. Yet that s the Way it was sat urday and sunday a classic example of confrontation Cana Dian style an almost incredible demonstration of Canada car Ries on calmly. It seemed sunday night at least that the murder of Pierre Laporte had broken a mood spiralling towards hysteria in the a culturally troubled capital because Quebec s agony had be come Canada s tragedy whether you hated the Fly or the War measures act emotion driven men women and youths congregated repeatedly on parliament Hill the surrealistic Nightmare where the commons debated inside while outside combat troops bristled with gun barrels ramp squads patrolled and government Fig close touch men in Quebec in with events there. Please see Page 2 a can for Unity echoed above the sounds of indignation and sadness across Canada sunday following the killing saturday of Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte. There was even a Call for the government to take these Lead ers before a firing squad and warn them that unless they ures reappeared in the Wake each succeeding slap of the crisis washing Over the country. They came spontaneously am also on Call by floodlit nigh and sunlit Day. Most gathered to demonstrate support for the government by scores came to protest som bravely alone others in debian groups but All provocatively. Yet despite the dangerous atmosphere of anxiety and fear despite the mingling of the opposing elements in the same area the explosive mixture did not detonate riot or violence. Police patience and crowd conscience saw to that it began Friday afternoon when two Toronto University students nervous but deter mined paraded for More than an hour in front of the buildings with posters hailing Vive Fly As a protest against the arbitrary arrests in Quebec. The police watched quietly and although some private Citi Cerf Init _ see bloodshed Page 5 Ted everything they win lose 10 lives for each of their assassinations please see officials Page 11 the Fly Brazen viciously brutal most Montre Alers condemn abductors Ings terrorists murder Laporte by Peter Lloyd St. Hubert que. Up police today charged into an empty House they believe was the hideout where kidnappers held Pierre Laporte for a week before killing him saturday. Detective sergeant Albert Lisacek of the provincial police said we got an indication from a neighbor that be of two men sought on warrants was in the House. Descriptions and photos of the two men Paul Rose 27, and Marc Carbonneau 37, were distributed sunday several hours after the body of or. Laporte Quebec labor minister was found in the trunk of a car parked behind a St. Hubert air port hangar a half mile from he House. The warrants for Carbonneau and Rose say they Are wanted for the kidnappings of or. La Porte oct. 10 outside his St. Lambert Home and British dip Lomat James Jasper Cross oct. 5 from his Montreal Home. A note from or. Cross earlier sunday said he was alive but still in the Captivity of these Parati St terrorist front de liberation do Quebec. Sgt. Lisacek said it was thought Rose might have been in toe St. Hubert House. He told reporters a Light was on when i arrived. I knocked and there was no answer. I broke Down two doors. You have to do that be cause maybe there is a Guy behind a door and be might plug the House was empty and sgt Lisacek then called i Sec tear deists Paje 2 news stuns commons Ottawa up the com Mons closed dramatic week end session Early sunday in an atmosphere of extreme tragedy that bordered on despair Fondow no the assassination of Quebec Jabor minister Pierre Laporte. The commons was in the 14th hour of a debate that began at 1 . Edt saturday when news reached the 60 maps in the lumber that or. Laporte s body had been found near the St. Hubert que., air base. Please see news Pafe 2 Sway Gagne 43. H vice int tote of Treal a private search. He is at a Rafes atrial at the University Mantreal. By Soucy Gagne Montreal citizens of this Metropolis Are almost Nam in their condemnation of in a population of More than two million this represents a Large number of people and per see Quebec ebs Pafe 5 the owe to Tan Crft Fly twi looking for ski too this want and wafer saw sxtmx3o tji.7. 755, pm. May s class Defoi press october l the was Fly to dispose of or. Laporte Montreal special the night Point to a fear terrorist front de liberation a lest group of nerd Tim a Quebec men Lieis of a cubs or As at Nec i labor minister Pierre Laporte least part iary linked Essary by the dead or arc Sig hey Jess in at he Saane Tanc a newer m per off nov of the action Fly. Are twin fee 9 my Rife

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