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resorting ttack and armed bccupa alkland f l f statement wasAreleased in the Se curity Council met late into the He said Canadastongly urged Argentina and Britian to exercise the utmost restraint and in particu lar to refrain from the use or threat force in the region and to continue to search for a diplomatic Pelletier expressed the hope that the Security Council would approve rapidly a resolution on the lines of one suggested earlier Friday Ijy Brit The proposed by Brit ains UN Sir Anthony called for an immediate end to the withdrawal of all Argentine forces from the Falkland Islands and for Britain and Argentina to seek a diplomatic Debate on the resolution was de layed while the Security Council dealt with a Jordanian resolution denouncing Israels actions in the occupied West Bank and a Nicaraguan resolution calling for all countries to refrain from the use of force in Central America or the Both were vetoed by the United V The Security Council then re Debate on the Falkland Is lands matter may spill over into the said a Canadian Pelletier called Argentinas in vasion and occupation of the Falkland Islands particularly dis turbing in light of repeated calls from the UN General Assembly for direct negotiations between the United Kingdom and Argentina with a view to reaching a peaceful settlement of the As a country of the Canada has a particular concern in any action which directly affects the peace and stability of the hemi said Canada is not currently a mem ber of the 15country Security Coun Five including are permanent members and have veto power while the remaining 10 are drawn from all UN member f LONDON CP A large naval task force is to begin sailing for the Falkland Islands in the South Atlan tic early next week in retaliation for Argentinas military invasion the British governent an nounced j The lead the aircraft carrier HMS Invincible the ship fo which Prince will sail JJcime Minister Margaret ThatchWsaid during an emergency the first held on a weekend sincethe 1956 Suez ff tiTheimove follows the invasion by Argentine military forces of the Britishgoverned 3 sv r f the tip of South America at dawn United Council Friday ffievtfi paces on Page 2 Hides more on fhehorse events of the winter fai yiolatidn on international aen6unces the acf a blafant Clark charges Joydl overpaid for duties OTTAWA CP Serge who earns a year as min ister of state for admitted Friday he is not quite a fullfledged cabinet minister and does not have the same clout as his who shared duties with Justice Minister Jean Chretien in defending the Liberal constitutional package in says his role now is merely political and he is not responsible for spending as are oth er Opposition Leader Joe Clark pressed in the Commons for details on Joyals job before telling re porters it is unfair he is paid full cabinet salary without specific duties and without being answerable to questions in the But even as Clark tried to pry answers from Speaker Jeanne Sauve ruled the questions should have been directed to Prime Min ister Trudeau because the minister of state is technically responsible for nothing in the My responsibility is merely po Joyal told reporters adding that he has no role in spend ing under federal legislation that outlines ministerial He said he is at the disposal of all ministers with economic responsi bilities to help them explain govern ment programs to all particularly in Joyal accused Clark of saying that when the Conservatives formed a government in Per rin MP for the Ontario rid ing of WellingtonDufferin became minister of state for the Treasury Second Soviet expelled OTTAWA CP A Soviet of ficial who allegedly helped trade representative Mikhail Abramov try to buy restricted technology from a New Brunswick businessman is also leaving the an external af fairs spokesman said Andrei a commercial attache with the Soviet has not been ordered out of the country like Abramov but will be leaving soon because his tour of duty has the spokesman External Affairs Minister Mark MacGuigan and Solicitor General Robert Kaplan earlier refused to confirm the allegations that Abramov was not the only Soviet official involved in the Nor would they say why Plavinski had not also been But Prime Minister Trudeau sug gested later at a news conference that if two Soviet officials had been involved and only one was being the second must be leaving on his Although External Affairs con firmed the the spokes man could not say exactly when Plavinski will Abramov was told Wednesday he has 10 days to get out of the Plavinskis name was drawn into the intrigue by Elton presi dent of Northumberland Cable of the busi nessman from whom Abramov al legedly tried to buy the hightechnol ogy expected to be flown back to Britain Thatcher declined to say what action the fleet might be ordered to take when it arrived in the Thatcher said the government is also taking steps to freeze Argentine assets in Britain and to suspend export All and funds held by the Argentine government or individuals in Britain will be Thatcher told the stormy sitting of Parliament as she ex plained the governments handling of events leading up to the invasion of the administered by Britain since Dealing with widespread accusa tions that the government had been caught offguard by the Thatcher said she would have been accused of war mongering if she had dispatched a military force sooner deal with an incident which appeared initially to be rela tively The incident involved the un authorized landing of a party of Argentine scrap merchants on the Falkland dependency of South Geor gia two weeks ago to salvage an abandoned whaling Britain said they had landed It would have been absurd to dispatch the fleet every time there was a bellicose sailing from Buenos Thatcher said as she re ferred to previous incidents relating to Argentinas claim to sovereignty over the She pointed out that under the former Labor government in Decem Argentina illegally took over the island of South a Falkland dependency and held on to it despite British The Argentine takover of that which still was not disclosed to the British Parliament until Thatcher Former Labor foreign minister Ted who was involved in the earlier replied that there was no comparison between the takeover of uninhabited South Thule and Fridays takeover of the entire Falklands with their popu lation of P V Go and tell Mommy t Daddy hrgolbii key for rCrd hearings Will be held in arieffort to resolve a among cottagev owners and conservationists over the proposed regulation water Plum Re sources Minister AlMactfhWsaid The about 30 kilometres west of have been the sub ject of a dispute since Ducks Un limited built a control structure at the outlet of the lakes in Ducks Unlimited has been un able to get a licence to operate the structure because it has been un able to get the necessaryeasements from area Those objecting include cottage owners at Oak Lake who fear regu lation of the Plum Lakes would affect their water Some farmers have objected to the Ducks Unlimited plan because they fear it would inundate hay but others are in favor be cause the plan would help maintain groundwater Mackl ing Mackling said he has or dered his department to do field surveys for a study by the Manito ba Water The com mission is toschedule public hear ings and develop a plan for water management in the Mr Mackling Mackling said provincial wildlife officials agree with Ducks Unlimited that the area has great potential for wildlife development and for fish Elk study set WINNIPEG A drop in the adult male elk in the Spruce Woods area east of Bran don has prompted the province to invest in a study of elk populations in the Natural Resources Minister Al Mackling announced The study is one of four wildlife research to be conducted by the University of for which provincial support has just been V A BRIEF sThe province will also invest in a study of the potential economic and legal implica tions of ranching biggame animals such as elk and Mackling The other two grants are to study the effects on wild life of the removal of shelterbelts in southwestern and to study starvation of newly hatched pelicans at East Shoal Controls favored poll MONTREAL CP A Gallup poll taken midFebruary suggests that more Canadians favor the im position of wage and price controls than oppose In the poll published 46 per cent of those surveyed favor wage and price 42 per cent oppose while 13 per cent are Gallup said the proportion who favor wage and price controls has dropped five percentage points from a poll taken in The poll is based on the results of inhome in terviews with adults 18 years old and Diplomat shot PARIS AP A gunman killed an Israeli diplomat today as he and his 17yearold son walked out of their home in a fashionable Paris police and Is raeli officials The diplomat was identified as Yacov second secre tary in charge of political French police sources said was shot several times in the head by a young wom an while his son looked SATURDAY Brandon Dauphin Blizzard warning Variable cloudiness this morning with northerly winds gusting to 50 kmh giving reduced visibility in blowing snow in open Mainly sunny with diminishing winds this af High today near minus Low tonight near minus Sunny on Synday with high around minus Baseball Page 6 ih Doing business
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