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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaLest we forget9 Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 79 no. 38 Price 10 cents with 15 cents comics thursday november 11, 1971 t forecast mostly sunny 40 and 20 photo by Gerry Cairns Yea peace., while worlds endure will sing their requiem. From peace by g. 0. Warren w ens Irish pm wins vote Lynch scrapes by Dublin special tons Irish p r i m Jack Lynch saved his government wednesday night by a razor thin parliament Ary Victory. The result however left his ruling fianna. Fail party with the narrowest of margins and its future in danger. La the 144-Man bail Parlia ment the result of what was in effect a vote of Confidence in or. Lynch was 72-69. It was a Victory for him in the sense that until two Days ago there i was a Strong possibility that he would not gain a majority and would therefore be obliged to Call a new National election three years before the statutory termination of his government. But As a consequence of the vote which or. Lynch had forced As a Means of pressing discipline of potential rebels he lost the support of two members who abstained. Be forehand or. Lynch had announced that All fianna fail men who did not vote with him would be expelled from the party so the two men will now be taken off the roles. This leaves or. Lynch with s voice of 70 members against the opposition labor and Fine Gael United Ireland parties with 68. Plus six independents three or four of whom Are his bitter enemies. The vote was nominally a motion of censure on one of or. Synch s front benches James Gibbons Minuter of Agricula ure or. Gibbons was accused Munro says proposed guarantee is too costly welfare experts have doubts about plan Ottawa report of the Senate poverty committee was barely Public wednesday when its proposal for a guaranteed annual income provoked con the firing of guns at the legislative building Wreath Lay ing ceremonies two commemorative services and a Universal two minutes of silence marked the observation of remembrance Day locally. At this morning it. Gov. W. John Mckeag and pre Mier de Schreyer headed a party of representatives in a Wreath laying ceremony at the memorial Boulevard Cenotaph others laying wreaths. Included Supply minister James i Chardson representing the Ca n a d i a n government mayor Steve Juba of Winnipeg am Aid. W. J. Rumsey of St. Boni face. Some items exempt from . Controls by Bill Neikirk Washington a the United states Cost of living Council approved wednesday a Surprise list of exemptions from president Nixon s Post freeze economic controls including All bargaining units Are affected representing 10 per cent of All . Workers. In another about companies with annual sales of million to million must report Price in used products commercial and of basis to Inmieft-i3l i Etc raw Chi far Ann i Industrial rents raw sugar and All existing and Many new Homes. The Council announced the exempt items at a news Confer ence called to explain How the Economy will be split up for the policing of wage and Price controls that will come after the freeze imposed aug. 15, ends saturday. In addition Council director Donald Rumsfeld told reporters he would not Rule out possible exemptions to pay standards adopted earlier this week. Rumsfeld would not elaborate. He emphasized that except for those items specifically exempted an retail and wholesale prices win continue to be con trolled after the freeze. Firms with less than million in annual sales will continue to be subject Only to Citi zen complaints and spot checks by internal Revenue service j agents As during the freeze. J following Nixon s pledge to refrain from close government supervision of the entire econ-1 the the government about five per cent of All sales Are in this classification. Also pay increases that will affect Between and workers must be reported to the government on. A quarterly basis. This represents about seven per cent of All workers the Council said. Please see some Page 5 . A. W. Milroy com m a n r Winnipeg training command Laid a Wreath on be half of the Canadian armed forces. A motorcade to the Centenni Al concert Hall on main Street followed laying of the wreaths. A Cuni Bimei Stavft service was conducted there by or. Donald Bruce Macdonald of Knox United Church. The service was followed by laying of further wreaths at the 1885 Monument just North of the concert Hall and a Marc past with it. Gov. Mckeag taking the Salute. A 100-Man detachment from the Canadian forces base win n i p e g participated in the March past along with members of the army Navy and air Force veterans in can Ada and its ladies auxiliary the Royal Canadian legion and auxiliary and the War Amruta ions in Canada. A second service was held at h e Minto armoury on St. Matthews Avenue by units of the Winnipeg militia. When he was formerly minister of defence of having denied the bail by falsely declaring that he had not knowledge of the 1970 gun running conspiracy to Supply the Irish Republican army Ira in Northern ire land nor of a secret training program for. It. Or. Lynch made the Issue into a vote of Confidence for him and his party. The animus against or. Gibb sons alleged deceit and his role in a trial a year ago As please see Irish Page 4 resignation 11 film. V in Raj Joey awaits recount St. Johns fld. Up Premier Joseph Smau Wood might announce his Liberal government s resignation to night in a scheduled television appearance but some observers believe hell wait hoping re counts will retrieve some ground lost to the progressive conservatives in the oct. 28 provincial election. Conservative Leader. Frank Moores announced wednesday that Tom Burgess a former Liberal now heading the new Labrador party would support the pcs in the 42-seat Legisla Ture. If recounts Are held and produce no changes or. Burgess move would allow or. Moores to enter the House with a majority of one after appoint no a speaker. Or. Moores said or. Burgess please ass Joey Page 5 Troverso. While a number of welfare experts welcomed the concept some had reservations about the plan for introducing it. One even suggested the committee s plan contained 2 flaw. Welfare minister John Munro echoing a stand taken earlier by prime minister Trudeau said a guaranteed income plan would be too costly. His estimate that it would Cost to billion More than current government income subsidy programs such As family and youth allowances and old age pensions was significantly higher than that of the poverty committee however. In tabling the report the com Mittee chairman senator David Croll said there was no doubt that the by the committee at Between am please see report Page 4 vote was 33 to 10 Centre Given Okay by Bob Lis Way Cen see other stories on Page 23 farms Back to i Farmers by John Gillespie . Senate okays temporary Aid a Marc past was also held there with col. H. Comack commander Winnipeg militia District taking the Salute. Those units participating in this March past included Winnipeg militia District head quarters 735 communications please see did t Page 4 25 View buses govt. Splits it costs 30-50 by Douglas Mackay the provincial government omy the Council classified Economy in three parts policing violations. About half of the total sales i buses for metro transit s Fleet i has agreed to pay hah7 the is for timoted Mullian Cost of a of bring 23 new 51-passenger Washington Reuter salvation for the . Foreign Aid program seemed likelier today Foh owing Senate approval of an interim measure authorizing Money for humanitarian and economic assistance until the end of next june. The House of representatives which also wednesday night approved by voice vote its own Resolution providing Tempo Rary Aid funding until about the end of next month still has to act on the Senate Bill. There is some question whether it will try to merge once More the Aid and military assistance legislation which the Senate had carefully separated before voting wednesday night 62 to 23 to provide billion for the next seven months. The Senate was hoping to vote later today on the billion Douay military Aid Sec Tion. Congressional observers said this was Likely to get through provided not too much Money was added in amendments Dur ing the debate. Senator John Stennis chair of the armed services voted oct. 29 to end. Foreign Aid completely. The total amount in the two Senate Bills is still about billion below the amount pres ident Nixon asked for. The administration seems reconciled to some paring but has made a Strong pitch to Republican party loyalty to ensure especially that neither South Vietnam Cambodia nor Laos suffers from a total Aid Cut off. See temporary Page 4 on anole Man. Manitoba government is going to reverse the clock and put control of the agricultural econ omy Back in the hands of the Farmer agricultural minister Sam Yuskiw said Here wednes Day night. Through marketing boards and rigid regulations limiting production of farm industries or. Yuskiw said the government plans to wrench control of Agri cultural production away from the giant corporations which have cornered much of the Market. Or. Yuskiw said the last 10 years have seen a revolution in agriculture particularly in broilers eggs and turkeys. These commodities Are now Al most completely controlled by Large corporations such As i modern dairies Many of whom Are also involved in the production of feed Grain. Please see farms Page 8 rentals Man under tenants urge action by Gordon Arnold the Winnipeg tenants Asso Ciao girls Laming to direct action in some grievances be cause they feel the provincial rentals Man is really falling Down on his the Tea Talsman John a Mason and members of his staff came in for stiff criticism wednesday night at a meeting in the fort Rouge area sponsored by the association. We Are having to do his Job we will have to get the rentals Man doing the Job he is appointed for or get someone else mrs. Louise Ros Siter spokesman for the association said. One Case mrs. Rossiter cited involved a two week rent strike at the beginning of june prompted by the association to bring a landlord to terms. The problem she explained dated Back to january when a fire in a Block on Young Street severely damaged one suite and caused smoke and water damage to the suites above and below. In addition the Block was without a caretaker for two please see tenants Page 8 greater Winnipeg trial City Council officially endorsed the proposed downtown Winnipeg convention Centre by a 33-10 vote wednesday. But Sev eral stipulations were attached to the motion giving the million project approval in principle. After a debate the new Urban Council also passed a motion asking metro the Developer of the convention Centre to place five councillors of the new government on the metro convention Centre com Mittee to provide continuity to the project after dec. 31 when the new government replaces metro and the 12 existing municipalities. The special meeting of the Central City Council was called to assure the province and prospective private investors that the majority of Council favor the project despite questions asked about it. Provincial government officials said last week the government would reconsider its offer to pay one half of the construction costs of the Centre if Council does t take a stand on the development. Private investors have also said they May cancel their plans to build Pri vate projects adjacent to the convention Centre. Council s approval in Princi ple was Given with the follow big conditions that Steps be taken to set up a Public corporation to be in charge of the construction development and operation of the convention Centre. The Corpora Tion should include represent please see Centre Page 8 Calgary awaits go ahead Man in the . And pay increases j this revealed wednesday passenger bases. It was under affecting about 83 per cent of at a metro Coon Cal meeting j stood at that time that if metro an workers win be subject Only Council voted to Purchase i went ahead with the initial Pur to spot government checks for the new bases from flyer in i Chase of 10, the province won destries limited of Winnipeg share the Cost of buying More and forego the chaffing of bases. Tenders. Flyer coach industries for metro wiil to tax approach the Niery Western fiver coach Manitoba Roa Kipal Board for ltd., is in effect constr need by Goven Sineat before they can to borrow its the province. The Man Isio effect this represents 45 share of per base Demejo West corporation per West of a sales. Cost pay increases affecting the Parks of fee bases Aro Rorers or Isyss be rely to be in of ported to be each asst fee fore Susey Cass be tory to metro before the con tract is signed councillor an Drew Robertson chairman of i committee said he wants to re Nance committee told report store some minion to make ers. I up some of the Money lopped two weeks ago Council caned j off during the two weeks that for Public tenders for 10 new 45 i Nas elapsed since the Senate shortfall u Way drive off target million for Man. By Egon Frech by Wally Den son the United Way of greater Winnipeg is anticipating wind ing up its 1971 Campaign with less than the we re lighting hard and whether we make it or not de pends to a great extent on the actions of certain key employee Ottawa staff Manitoba will get about million in the coming year out of the Federal government s million loan fund for provinces and municipalities a spokesman in finance minister Edgar Benson s office revealed wednesday. The million fund was one j of the measures announced by or. Benson oct. 14 As part of a is billion shot in the Arm for j the lagging Canadian Economy. I the million is slightly less i than Manitoba could have sex j petted if the Federal govern j ment had applied the same Dis i Tribo Tion formula As it did last i december when it announced a million loan program. Last i time. Manitoba got minion and the same distribution for Calgary special officials Here Are still awaiting word from the Federal govern ment on financing of the City s share of the million Conven Tion Centre to be built As part of the 20-year Urban renewal scheme. If Federal Aid is forthcoming under the million Federal works budget work on the Multi facet development will Start As soon As land is purchased. If not the City Hopes to Start construction in july 1972 with a 1974 completion Date. City Council this week authorized the land department to make the first approaches to 90 tenants on the Block bounded by 8th and 9th avenues and 1st Street be and Centre Street a special meeting will be held nov. 38 to obtain authority for the actual acquisition of the land. Although no Price has been Given for Purchase of the Down town property it could run As High As million according to some civic officials. The Complex after evolving through 22architectural schemes in 14 months win seat please see Calgary Page 5 violation of wage Price . The Council said Bjes with sales of s100 million and Over Psi be req Fred to report Price increases to the he province eras a majority of Sevares a of please see Cost Page s looking for a piano this want and sender Musi Cal 66 piano 5. Is tax hug pc Aldreds of bargains a today s classified o Satter what Yos sad save is free press Veszie objective drive chairman Peter j groups with Only partial returns e. Reeve said wednesday. J at this Point they include the j this time would have or. Reeve said figures sub j Manitoba Telephone system j meant of lion for the prov fitted at a Campaign Cabinet j Manitoba Hydro and provincial Jnora. Meeting wednesday pointed to i government employees. J or. Benson Tom the House of the possibility of a j we re also going Back to j commons tuesday that the Dis shortfall but total Money canvass about 50 companies Tri buntion formula is based on raised probably would still be i which have reported very Tow he province s unemployment employee i record with provinces with 10 canvassing Days ref Harag the worst Samplo Vurest the Cai acacia total. Cro Bueki getting proportionately wednesday stood at j Jnore sort of be food than those of 72.7 per West of Wahidi have Good employ Metis records. again to 3% posse by Bosi t. C. Three per cent More than was collected in 3970, when the Campaign Fen Short of its goal. We re going to have to Rofick making tace objective but i objective there s a we13 be abbe or. 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