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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaExclusively in today s weekend Canada s leading rotogravure Magazine Detroit s new fun and muscle machines a Driver with limited experience tries out the new models Page 4 my life in the zoo the diary of Lyn Hancock housewife and animal keeper Page 10 Progress report on nil expansion Andy o Brien charts the performance of six new teams in the nil Page 16 find out your own politics special quiz tells you whether you re left right or Centre Page 18 and in the lend a helping foot. Page 3 it happened 4 Herron Folk Page 5 death of a Rock 6 Ballet folkloric pages 12, 13 Church news pages 14, 15 Northern Manitoba fishing. Page 17 Book reviews pages 20, 21 and elsewhere in the paper color comics to radio diary Jumble winners 4 entry form 64 Puzzle 39 Bridge news.17 careers.13 to 15 classified 37 to 52, 57 to 61 comics. 64, 65 Community Calendar 33 deaths .4 finance .10 to 13 labor scene .64 letters.66 movies.31 night beat. Sports.53 to 56 travel 26, 27 women.19 to 25 Engineer to be tried court frees 2nd Man Dauphin Man. Up Raymond Percy Levi Daniels 47, a former provincial High ways Engineer in Dauphin was committed Friday for trial on four of seven charges of theft and breach of Trust alleged to have occurred Between 1963 and 1969. A second Man Ronald James Aube 38, a suspended highways department employee had a charge of breach of Trust dismissed at the conclusion of a three Day preliminary hearing. In handing Down his decision magistrate f. M. Manwaring said it would be a travesty of Justice to put or. Aube on trial. Or. Daniels has elected trial by judge and jury on the three charges of breach of Trust and one charge of theft now facing him. The theft charge refers to a Metal Culvert the property of the department which or. Daniels is alleged to have stolen. Counsel for or. Aube said action now would begin through the civil service association to get his client reinstated and reimbursed for lost wages for the time he has been suspended. A foul up resigned yes and no Are you left right or Centre Page itt weekend Magazine Winnipeg free press vol. 77 no. 302 Price 10 cents 15 cents saturday september 19, 1970 is at forecast sunny 75 and 50 3 firms France bids cited on ads 26 charges i have been Laid Ottawa total of 26 charges of misleading advertising now have been Laid against Canadian companies an official of the consumer and corporate affairs depart ment said Friday. Sixteen new charges three of much involve major Chain re Tail outlets were confirmed by George Orr director of the department s Trade practices Branch. Asked if More charges were contemplated or. Orr replied there Are still a Good Many areas where we Are conducting investigations. It s a pretty Active companies named in the lat est series of charges Laid under the combines investigation act operate in cities across the country. Or. Orr said the charges would Likely not be before the courts for at least the next two months. The three Large retail outlets included f. A Woolworth co. Ltd. Of Toronto Zeller s West Ern Ltd. Of Winnipeg a subsidiary of Zeller s Ltd. Of Toronto and Simpsons Sears Ltd. The charges against the three major outlets were Laid under a Section of the act which deals with misleading representation of the Ordinary Price at which articles normally Are sold. Maximum penalty for a corporation under the Section of the act is a Fine. In the Case please see 3 firms Page 9 for China i n seat a chinese would Welcome invitation to join new York up France made a Strong bid Friday to have communist China brought into the United nations and into negotiations to end the Indochina conflict. In calling for this before the 126-country Gen eral Assembly and in a later news conference for eign minister Maurice Schumann of France indicated that China would Welcome an invitation to join the world organization it has scorned for Many years. And he added to speculation Here about the pos sible Early and successful conclusion of China can Ada recognition talks by saying it is his understand ing that the negotiations in Stockholm Are going rather Well and in rather an encouraging lie added to Canadian reporters however that he did not have definite information that the talks Are nearing a successful conclusion. And he said his information did not come from Canadian sources. Please see French Page 32 Sharp swings Back at policy critics Jordan issues ultimatum to guerrillas Toronto up external affairs minister Mitchell Sharp said Friday night Canadian for eign policy is aimed at shatter ing illusions of false greatness and using real Power to its full est. In a hard hitting defence of must have a Power base of some kind. Canada must be seen As an economic rather than a military Power. Please see Sharp Page 9 plane hijacked to Cuba the government s recent review of foreign policy or. Sharp said canadians must realize that Canada s Post War strength has been replaced by a substantially different kind of Power. Text of his speech to a teach j in on International Aid at the j University of Toronto was re-1 leased in Advance. To develop an effective for j eign policy Canada had to find roles other than that of inter National fixer in a world plagued by disputes that in most cases could Only be settled by the great Powers or. Sharp said. To do this the government decided that its priorities abroad should conform to those at Home. These were fostering economic growth protecting sovereignty and Independence promoting peace and social jus Tice improving the Quality of life and protecting the Environ ment. At Home Canada is plagued with areas of chronic underdevelopment and these must be removed he said. Abroad inter National peace and Security can be maintained Only by improving the economic Well being of one by Stephen Riley Walter Boyd has resigned according to health minister Rene Toupin. Walter Boyd has not resigned says Walter Boyd. The Man in question is or was depending on Bow you look at it a provincial assistant Deputy minister of health and social development or. Boyd. In a Telephone interview from Edmonton said Friday he has not resigned Bis position. Contrary to news re ports that he had. I or. Toupin in a Telephone j interview from Jasper Boyd was through that be was no longer with the government see resigned Page 34 warplanes Pound commies phenom penh a Ghent spokesman said the pistol aka i flight after flight of warplanes appeared to be .22 Calyore. Said the Cabinet has accepted j Friday pounded the North Viet John Bawer Aroa another Pas or. Boyd s resignation. Jamese and Viet Cong troops Senger. Said the Man grabbed is no longer an employee i who have blocked the cambo one of the stewardesses by the of the department of he i Dian government s first neck and took her to us front added pointing that to of the War some mites seat of the plane Jost before Seph p Ceis has already been North of Toom penh. The Philadelphia Landing. Appointed in place of or. Boyd. Nora Al Steamese troops at or. To pm was told what sir. Tacked the cambodian Force Josg Highway 6 the ortday and Kij Jed of car cow West of trawl forces a to rear Miami a a Young Man armed with dynamite gasoline and a gun hijacked an Allegheny airlines Jet shortly before it landed in Philadelphia today. J ordered 90 passengers off then i took the plane on to Cuba with i under developed countries i eight Crew members aboard. To act constructively in the the Federal aviation adminis International Community j traction said. I the Boeing 727 landed at a i Vana s Jose Marti Airport at i . Edt the Faa said. After leaving Philadelphia at i . Faa officials said the plane carried three flight Crew Mem Bers three stewardesses and two men believed to be Faa inspectors or airline employees. The plane was bound from Pittsburgh to Boston with a Stop i Philadelphia when the Jacker took Over the Faa said. He ordered the aircraft re fuelled before leaving for Havana. A passenger who asked not to be identified said she saw the Man grab the pistol from a can Vas bag under his seat an Alie-1 of Given to sell holdings Ottawa up Energy minister j. J. Greene officially cleared the Way Friday for four foreign owned uranium Compa Nies in Canada to sell holdings to other foreign interests the go ahead was announced in a statement which also said restrictions on future foreign sales of uranium mine prop erties would be introduced As legislation in the parliamentary session opening oct. 5. Pending enactment of Legisla Tion the four minerals co., brine Ltd. Consolidated Canadian Faraday corp. And Kerr Mcgee would be Able to go ahead with please see Okay Page 9 mrs. Doreen Sanderson and her son Keith of Vancouver take a last look at the family ear s unusual licence plate. The upside Down plate was on the car since february but someone reported it to the Surrey ramp this week and mrs. Sanderson was told to get a new one. Reporter May get contempt station Toronto up reporter Gerald Mcauliffe of the Hamil that or. Mcauliffe has presented All the relevant info ton Spectator has the weekend motion to decide whether he will Dis close to a provincial Inch iry the names of his informants about tax be ohm paper both houses heard briefs by Victor j. Mackie Ottawa staff the government would have preferred a joint Senate co m m o n s committee to study the White paper on tax Reform. This would have saved time and also avoided duplication where organizations wanted to submit briefs to both committees. Bat the Senate and com Mons were both wary of Soch a suggestion. They preferred to set their own committees. Some commons wembers were afraid Senate members of had said Wes there s Aro Baky a is in the the or Stead i nth Srisav. Foffi the a 4 a to acis fit

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