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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaBrutality alleged Winnipeg free press Friday october 30, 1970 19 by Terry Corcoran Montreal special a sister of kidnapping suspect Paul Rose has been slapped around and brutally treated by Quebec police while in custody in a Montreal jail a Montreal lawyer charged thursday. In a Telephone interview ber Nard Mergler one of several lawyers admitted to jails thurs Day to assist prisoners held under the War measures act said police beat her without leaving or. Mergler said the woman Lise Rose about 25, is a sister of Paul Rose 27, one of six men on Canada wide War rants for the kidnapping of Brit ish Trade commissioner James Cross and Quebec labor min ister Pierre Laporte. Or. Mergler also charged that some women Are being held in solitary in what is essentially a jail for men and Are not being transferred to a Montreal women s prison. Lise Rose is in custody in the Parthenais Street cells in que police Headquarters a Mammoth Glass and steel build ing in Montreal s East end. The top floor jail cells can hold up to prisoners. Or. Mergler said Rose s sister an artist was slapped around by two male constables apparently because she was not co operating with police. I think they were angry be cause she was not answering he said. Or. Herder said about four or five women Are being held in solitary without adequate exer Cise and sanitary facilities. The women have no Contact whatsoever with other prisoners. Prisoners released to Dat have said they were held in be blocks of 40 to 50 people. Each prisoner had a separate cell they said but there a daily Contact with other prison ers. Or. Mergler said it is Clea some prisoners Are being Given special treatment by police. About five men Are also being held in solitary he said by they Are being Given adequate exercise. Or. Mergler said the women should be transferred to Tan Guay House a jail for woman prisoners. He said there was a Lack of adequate Matron care for female prisoners at the Parthenais jail. First reports on the treatment of prisoners indicated they were being Well looked after and no instances of maltreatment were reported. About a dozen lawyers Are interviewing prisoners still being held in jails across Quebec under the War measures act. Or. Mergler said among those arrested is a woman who just happened to be sleeping with a certain Man when police descended on his apartment to make the arrest. Cabinet studies emergency Bill by Victor Mackie Ottawa staff the Spe Cial emergency measure now being prepared by the Cabinet to replace the War measures act will be submitted to the commons next week govern ment House Leader Allan Mac Eachen indicated thursday. Cabinet met thursday and in special session wednesday to consider the draft Bill. It pro posed some alterations. These changes led to the Bill being delayed until next week. Justice minister John Turner had hoped to introduce it Fri Day. The discussion could take up most of november and perhaps extend into december before parliament reaches agreement on the new Bill. The War measures act will continue in effect until the Spe Cial emergency measure is passed by parliament. Now that it has invoked the War measures act the govern ment is concerned with How it Oes about de escalation of the Tate of crisis in Quebec. The progressive conserva ves and new democratic of is Ilion parties have hit the government hard All this week the House for not giving the members of parliament More information As to what led the government to invoke the War measures act. Or. Turner has been asked outside the House what the fed eral government could do to combat abuses committed under the War measures act. He said it would depend on the abuse. He suggested the government would have to change the con tent of the regulations to Deal with substantial abuses. Legislation to replace the War measures act or. Turner said will provoke some very strenuous debate As i suppose it should because we Are dealing with some very fundamental he explained it will be two part legislation dealing with both the specific Fly problem and providing a Means whereby the Federal government could meet civil disturbances in fun ure without calling upon the sweeping War measures act. Progressive conservative Leader Robert Stanfield suggested to prime minister Trudeau in a letter that parliament should i i i i i i a dozen these dozen clubs organizations and Centennial projects have earned so far in 1970 1. Service club 101-5 2. Centennial project 600-9 3. High school 966-0 4. Service club 1155-0 5. Sports organization 596-7 6i legion 941-5 7. Centennial project 128-7 8. Sports organization 919-9 9. Hospital auxiliary 1057-0 10. 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Special Bonus to those Selling books in rail trip Coupon of books toot Manitoba Centennial Sweepstake Box 1970, Winnipeg. Is Send me if at per ticket. Send me books to Sefl. My it eve c Money order g to s i i i i i first to prepare legislation of a temporary nature. Our immediate concern would be to ensure the provision of All Powers required to Deal with the terrorists while provid ing a number of guarantees and safeguards to eliminate possible abuses As they relate to arrest detention and the right to advice of Legal counsel and the necessary infringement on rights normally protected by the Bill of said or. Stanfield. The conservative Leader pro posed representatives of his party meet with representatives of the Justice and solicitor Gen eral s department to contribute More effectively to drafting the legislation. Or. Turner met with or. Stanfield and later or. Stanfield sent a letter to the minister making suggestions. Egg War advice offered Ottawa up a court procedure for settling disputes Between governments in Canada should be written into the Constitution to avoid such prob lems As the Chicken and egg War Dale Gibson University of Manitoba Law professor said thursday. He told the joint parliamentary committee on the Constitution an inter provincial Trade War has developed because Manitoba and other provinces cannot easily take Quebec to court Over its egg marketing policy. Manitoba believes Quebec acted unconstitutionally in adopting a policy that prevents eggs from Manitoba and other provinces being sold in Quebec. Yet it appears impossible for Manitoba to have the matter considered by any court soon enough to be of any significant assistance to Manitoba egg pro the Federal government re fused to Send the matter to the courts and Quebec refused to submit it to the exchequer court. Professor Gibson said the Only alternative for Manitoba was to retaliate in some other Way but this involved grave risks to National provinces such As Manitoba which had been Hurt by que s egg marketing policy were embarking on a Trade War that was certain to harm All . Toughens tone Washington a the United states displaying its first Public diplomatic irritation Over the soviet refusal to re lease a . Army plane and its High ranking passengers has charged Moscow with violating .-russian consular agree ments. After eight Days of talking in restrained optimistic language the state department thursday called for the immediate release of the passengers who include two american generals. A statement handed to soviet ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin said there is no justification for any further delay by the so Viet higher education in Canada there Are 59 universities that Confer degrees and More than 365 schools that offer courses at the University level. Meanwhile Russia continued to portray the plane s Landing in the soviet Union across the turkish Border As a hostile act. The United states maintains the Small plane flew into soviet territory accidentally. Besides the generals an american major and a turkish colonel were on Board for what the . Says was a tour of turkish Bor Der installations. Structure is show Winnipeg artist Reid Leven son s str Clorist a form of painting one Man show will continue at the Grant gallery 132 Osborne Street until nov. 5 from 9 . To 5 . Daily except sundays. Orbit sputnik Moscow Reuter the so Viet Union launched the 375lh sputnik in its Cosmos series into Earth orbit Friday to continue its space research program Tass news Agency reported. Deaths Amos. Mrs. My 23.104 Chest Nat Street t amf1ell, mrs. Kaehele i Mary 86, convalescent Home of Winnipeg widow of Wilford Rinehart Campbell. Colpitts Harry 82, of car Man. Cormack mrs. Albert pm. Sidney . Fidler Merabi Carl 44, 122 Strathnaver Street Selkirk. 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