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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaHawaii All inclusive from 14 Days for each of 2 passengers sharing room per brochure Blu Lavt from 395 fort Garry travel service 453.4630 1170 Pembina h Way a Winnipeg free press wednesday november 4, 1970 _ and class mail registration number 0286 Eaver moving storage phone 786-6081 Allied Van lines Coffee by Bill Trebilcox Petursson to leave records set by Man sphere Biff Mcguire certainly the Man for the Lead role in a Man a Man the opening production for the Manitoba theatre Centre in its new Home. There no play acting about his Limp however for Mcguire plays the role just Many an injured football player has played a game with his leg taped and partially Frozen because of a strained ligament acquired in prac Tice three Days before the play opening. Two of the musicians in the Alan Laing Quartetti that provide army tunes for the 1925 play period and the incidental songs in it Billy Graham on Drums and Frank Stony Burke on trumpet and trombone looked though they might be a Little out of their regular swinging setting until they were heard from. Chuck Wallace on guitar and Laing on piano fitted right in with the musical background. Quartetti Leader Laing has lots of experience in providing the musical settings for drama having worked at Stratford during the summer season and on previous occasions with director John Hirsch. Who can Tell the boys May like their British army 1925 period Khaki summer Drill costumes so Well they May just adopt them for future gigs. There might be some jealousy How Ever since Leader Laing the Only one who gets to Wear a pith helmet and when it comes to transforming roles in the play James Blendick the blustering machine gun Crew Soldier who masterminds the plot a far cry from Jimmie Blendick boy Singer in a one time Well known Winnipeg Quartetti the fashion four. The Best tribute to his ability on stage that you forget completely during the play that you Ever knew him member of the pop singing group. First night people Gerry Johnson general manager of kind Channel 12, who was accompanied by his wife Ruth made the comment that the unfinished Concrete Walls must look pretty Bare when the lobbies Are not crowded with people. And while mrs. W. M. Ben Erickson whose husband senator William Benedick son had to remain in Ottawa said that the rough finish really did t look cold some might think she did Point out. A number of spots where some Bright colors would warm up the appearance. Jack Davidson general manager of Jay Channel 7, accompanied by wife Dauphne used the practical approach when he noted that the unfinished Walls must have saved a lot of Money needed More in other areas. People and places Best Canadian record in years Snowbird the Ann Murray version has sold one million copies and Shell get a Gold record presented by Singer Glen Campbell on the Merv Griffin show nov. 10. If i m not mistaken it will Only be seen in Winnipeg on Channel 11. Cablevision. Brigitte Hoffman program director for the Winnipeg monarchs says fans interested in a trip to thief River Falls and grand Forks to watch two Monarch West Kildonan North Star games when Manitoba new demo c r a t i c government Cabinet meets wednesday Philippe Sursson will be there for the last time. The minister without portfolio j said earlier this week he will resign from the Cabinet before this Friday and the regular weekly Cabinet meeting the most logical time for the Resig nation to come. At 68, or. Petursson the oldest Man in premiered Schreyer Cabinet and the ol-1 dest la in the 57-scat Mani icelandic said Toba legislature. an unwritten Law in Iceland or. Petursson took Over the cultural affairs Post after the nip came to Power in june 1969, and has also been responsible for Centennial affairs Dur that a politician stops when he 70 i am almost that now and it time i slowed his cultural affairs portfolio not regarded one of the key ing the province 100th year in j posts in the government will confederation. Be transferred to the depart i will be leaving the Cabi-1 ment of tourism and recreation. I intend to retain my seat in the the former evangelist minister said in an interview. Or. Petursson. Who of and Peter Burtniak the present minister of the portfolio will accept responsibility for or. Petursson department. Or. Petursson who the member for Wellington was first elected to the Manitoba legislature in 1969, when the nip formed the first socialist government in Manitoba his tory. He was to have resigned on oct. 15, but lingering affairs and the recent illness of Mani t o b a Centennial corporation Maitland Steinkopf forced or. Petursson to remain in office until now. The minister spoke with pre Mier Schreyer ealier this week to confirm his resignation. Man sphere 100 the annual show and exhibition organized by the red River exhibition association had a record at Tendance this year june 26 to july 4 of and also made a record profit of More than last year. Clerk tied up robbed West Kildonan police Are searching for a Man who tied up the 74-year-old night clerk at the Kildonan motor hotel Early wednesday morning and stole s33.30. George Stropko of 414 St. Jean Baptiste Street St. Boni face said he was about to Start washing the floor when a Man came in behind him with a gun or piece of pipe. He asked for Money but i ran Down the or. Stropko said but the robber chased him into the ladies washroom and tied his hands and feet. It took me nearly 45 min utes before i was Able to get one foot free and Wake up one of the guests who notified the or. Stropko said. West Kildonan police de scribed the Man being 5 feet 7 inches tall 160 pounds Wear ing a Khaki hat similar to a ski Cap dirty beige knee length Raincoat and Brown pants. Pocketknife wait for this baby Vicuna seems to say it tries to keep up with her Mother Long strides at the Assiniboine Park zoo. The new arrival a female was born at the zoo recently Only the second time in Canada one has been born in Captivity. The Vicuna a Hump less relative of the Camel. Friday and saturday nights might be Able to take a chartered bus return for if enough people want to go. Call her at 284-4909 or 284-6812. Mrs. R. V. White of the Lions Manor wants to thank the British wives association for their recent entertainment including an original composition god bless Canada by miss m. E. Olivers. P. E. Saurette informs that the Portage la Prairie hic group and other High school students raised for Unicof even though a Power failure ended their halloween dance a Little Early. Hersh Doctoroff reminds me that if i wish 1o Sample a Farny Stein containing a Well known product of Manitoba malted Barley tonight the night. The Gar Den City Community Centre and the West Kildonan Cen Tennial commission Are sponsoring an ethnic Garden of brew at the Garden City shopping Centre . 1o 1 . Music includes polka dots and a Rock band. Stabbing think positively Means jail audience urged a a Vrr Elci Man. Who adv a 24-year-old Man. Who admitted stabbing another Man j with a pocketknife during a Brawl in a City hotel saturday was sentenced to to months in jail when he appeared in Winnipeg magistrate court tues Day. The Man. William Gordon Marc. Of Pioneer Avenue received the sentence from magistrate Anthony j. Pilutik after he pleaded guilty to a charge of assault causing bodily harm. Police said Marc was arrested in the Leland hotel. William Avenue and Albert Street at . Saturday after he was involved in a scuffle with a Man in the hotel lobby. During the scuffle police said Marc had pulled out a pocket i by Frances Bidewell a near capacity audience at the Centennial concert Hall Learned All about positive think ing tuesday night from the master himself or. Norman Vincent Peale. The new York Clergyman author of the Best Selling Book. The Power of positive think ing received a standing ovation from a crowd composed mainly of salespeople after explaining How to get glorious results through positive thinking. The lecture was sponsored by the sales and marketing executives club and the sales and advertising club of Winnipeg part of National Salesman i ii my r it. Knife with .1 2 a Inch Blade week proclaimed in Manitoba and stabbed the Man in the j by mayor Stephen Juba. Stomach wound. Inflicting weather report minor positive thinkers get Posi 1 live or. Palc said because they arc not afraid of Tysl phenomenon known a problem. The general Conception that there something inherently bad about a problem. But there a contrary to that morning bulletin m North Wal an Titonis jew a writ provinces this seme cd Tami a Currad extensive fog Tow to vhf h in remit Mew Woldr Rhemo Himli Man jailed 5 months Robert Paul Lamirande. 24. Of 3 Frobisher Road. St. Vital was sentenced to five months in heading Ley jail after he pleaded guilty monday in pro j there something inherently Vinci Al magistrate court to a Good about a he charge of assaulting a police asked. Officer. The headline in tucs problems constitute a sign Clay free press incorrectly of he said. I would even said the Man had been jailed go far to Sav the More five years. The Story correctly problems you have the More reported the five month sen i alive you Cnoc problems can Only be solved Transcona Man faces 12-month dry period by thinking positively at an intellectual level not emotionally or. Scale said. We have a generation at least in my country where thinking at a Premium. All social problems arc being considered at an emotional he said negative thinking a dangerous thing because it at tracts negative thinking. People arc taken at their own appraisal of themselves. His own philosophy he said grew out of his attempts to conquer an inferior i Ity Complex. A major Factor in positive thinking enthusiasm said or. J palc. A Salesman who absolutely loves his product trans mits it to other he advised the audience to make tomorrow the Best Day of their lives by leaping out of bed in the morning and saying. 1 feel wonderful through the Power of your Faith in god and in yourself you la be a positive thinker who gets glorious Gregory Larry Lacroix missing youth sought Winnipeg police Are search ing for Gregory Larry Lacroix 17. Reported missing oct. 2 from his Home at 206 Wavell Avenue. He described by police being five feet eight inches tall weighing 150 pounds with dark Brown hair Brown freckles a barely noticeable scar on his right Cheek below the Eye. And braces on the left Side of his Bottom Teeth. He was last seen wearing Altic jeans a rust suede jacket Wirtz fringes a Green shirt and High dark Brown slip on boots. Anyone with information about the youth May Call Winnipeg police missing persons division. The exhibition was first held in 1952. The financial statements of the association were submitted tuesday at the association an Nual meeting Gate receipts for 1970 were compared to last year the Royal american shows realized More than last year. The association spent less on advertising and promo Tion this year. Last year the association spent com pared to this year. Treasurer r. A. Nugent told members to be cautious. This a base on which to this year new president Stan Haughey said that Ideal weather conditions had certainly helped the show. Not Only was our show big Ger than the year before but also it was better than the year before. The free grandstand show featured the ramp Musi Cal ride and the Hanneford circus t or some performances he said the crowd exceeded the pop festival attracted about paying patrons x retiring president Keith Routley said that the association still had one vexing problem and that was that uie show had no permanent Home. A Long we operate on our present site and Are not involved in a major Way in the total management of this site it puts in a severely limited position. Many events that were sponsored by Man sphere in 1970 would have been greatly enhanced to the detriment of none under a different organisational stir Tarp of the Winnipeg enterprises corporation site. I believe the various Levels of government Are beginning to see this fact too and i personally predict major changes in this area in the next two he said. The association sponsoring the world invitational gymnastics tournament at the Winnipeg Arena. The association also organizing a Winter carnival for december plans for this will be announced at a press Confer ence thursday. Police commission study suggested Man runs off with Bagful of Money Winnipeg police Are search ing for a Man who made off with a Bagful of Money at . Wednesday. The Man said to be about 25 years old five feet 11 inches tall with a medium to heavy build and Long Black hair. Wearing Blue jeans and a it going to be a dry year for a 22-year-old Transcona Man but at least hell be Able to keep his to to look at. Tuesday. Lome w. Bland of however upon learning All sweater. Bland had was a television set. Police said the Man scr the magistrate paused for a Gondola pizza parlor. 1300 by Douglas Mackay Alderman Joseph Zukin of Winnipeg wants a careful look taken at the present Structure of the Winnipeg police commis Sion. In an interview tuesday. Aid. Zukin said the citizens of Winnipeg have the right to an in dependent police commission. And if relations Are strained Between the mayor also chair Man of the commission and the commission majority or Between the mayor and the police chief perhaps another set up should be considered. Aid. Zuken said attorney general Al Mackling plan Ning to create a provincial police commission and perhaps Lilloo Grey cup Marr saturday name juveniles chief Brandon Man. Police chief David a. Mcnamee of Brandon City police says provincial Laws should be changed to open juvenile trials to the Public and the news Media. Chief Mcnamee told a ser vice club luncheon that such a change could lower the juvenile crime rate. He said that a Mon Tana judge had been holding open juvenile trials since 1957 and that it seemed to have restored Confidence in the courts. He said that a tried in an open court would be bet Many canadians he said Are of the opinion that there no need for Radical change and reconstruction of our juvenile court procedure. If you could Only see what i have seen in Dency for the mayor to become the Short time i have been in too powerful on the commis-1 Brandon you would believe oth Sion. He said. If the present feud Between the mayor and the police com Liis might be expanded to take in the Winnipeg police Force. Or. Perhaps the Winnipeg charter could be changed to no longer require the mayor be a member of the police commis Sion. The police commission now made up of two citizens two Winnipeg aldermen and the mayor who chairman. I Aid. Zuken also suggested that the mayor might no longer be chairman of the commis Sion. There has been a ten Mission continues the commis the chief said it was time Brandon parents were made More cognizant of their responsibilities and some of the Juve Nile Laws were reviewed. Sion will be in a bind said Aid. Zukin. Harking Back to a motion at amended or of y Council monday to congratulate the new police chief. Nor Stewart. Aid. Zukin said he had for it because the motion was a declaration of forecast Vancouver Calgary Edmor gon 3 Wesho Ulp 1sthere 35 i to hell. In provincial magistrate court and pleaded guilty to a charge of common assault. Frown counsel William w. told court that about am oct. 24. Bland left a Transcona restaurant and approached a Man be knew casually who a seated in a car in front of the restaurant. Or. Morton said b and asked he Man for a ride Home Bur the Man said he could t he was waiting to pick up his girl Friend. Bland then got into an argument with the Man and ended up slugging him on the Side of the head breaking his glasses. Learning Bland had been drinking prior to the assault and had a previous record for Liot Jor magistrate Mitchell z year pro Natkow with wish see so Fine. H i w x e r Back a a asked 1ft toy be file. Vars Sinese Avra the Prev do will be contested in the pan am moment consideration a n d me Phillips Street was taking Sta Luis at 2 then said no if you re inc night receipts to the Ca with the fort Garry play oin to be out Drinkin for Nadian Imperial Bank of com inc the Verdun bengals for the Independence from the mayor. Was exactly opposite t0 the position taken by the mayor on he new police said Aid. Zuken. What the Point of a City before magistrate Lawrie Mit the next year you la probably mercy. Selkirk Avenue an Der juvenile football Jap at Home watching the Gregor Street to make a Man tickets Are available at All Deposit when he was grabbed champs. Kamps and pizza free press meetings the Winnipeg philatelic society will meet at 8 . Thursday in the Board room of the free press building. In the end. Magistrate Mit in front of the Bank Chell gave the Man until nov. The robber who did not a place outlets Well ?.s most mores in fort Garry. All pro needs to to the 20 to pay the Fine and left the Pear to be armed was last problem of How to raise the seen running Down a Lane with school for at por Money entirely up to him. The has of Money. La Prairie. Council if it can t criticize the he added later in the interview. L Way Al the umte4 Way tuesday readied fis.5 per cent its with a Fleet Rand tickles Mckeag fancy by Jed Stuart the lady with the fans has ticked a vice regal fancy i believe you re very John Mckeag. 42. Tow 66-year of Sally Rand Here tuesday daring a Brief Chat in Jie lobby of the to Tri fort Garry. Tace dancer had presented a of c y fret of a of avows boat and turned up brim hat. Minutes before she had addressed the weekly Lun Cocoa meeting of the kiwanis Tab of Winnipeg in the floor banquet room. Abort a iranians and 11 than tamed hear jell 3wc was she from Hauet of fart tie-prake.isy" on Huron Siree in ii Capo. The really break came the same year. Is33. At the world fair m a Sirl in he Hills of mis Souri. Samiy had adored the of

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