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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press thursday november 12, 1970 or. Mcclure urges affluent countries to share assets canadians Are living in a world of rising one in which the Western White have nations quickly must realize that it is also a shrink ing world in which they Are the minority and must begin Shar ing their material affluence says or. Robert Mcclure Moderator of the United Church of Canada. The first three months of 1970, seven of every 10 persons who died did so from hunger malnutrition starvation and re lated diseases he said. Or. Mcclure also talks about a revolution a tremendous tidal wave sweeping around the world which for the most part has not been violent. Or. Mcclure closes a three Day visit to Winnipeg today with a luncheon at Young United Church. On tuesday he spoke to the women s Canadian club of Winnipeg and at St. George s anglican Church while wednesday Ted in a Bear pit session at St. Stephen s Broadway United Church. At All three functions or. Mcclure s message was repeated. The Moon landings have demonstrated that Mankind is Capa ble of achieving anything it wants to by allowing the Neces sary resources and Money or. Mcclure said. And the Jet engine transistor radio and the communications Satel 1 i t e have made the world shrink so that the have not nations of the third world now have rising expectations. The Western nations with Only 20 per cent of the world s population consume 80 per cent of the world s resources and if they can t utilize the resources then they destroy the resources or. Mcclure said. Exemplifying this disparity or. Mcclure stated that the average daily intake for a Ca Nadian is calories. But for the palestinian refugees the daily calorie intake has dropped from in 1954 to in 1970. Using the expression an age of or. Mcclure said that 66 per cent of the world s population each night goes to bed hungry and that 50 per cent will die without once hav ing had a full stomach. The Western states must cease worrying about an Ever increasing Standard of living and begin to share their wealth with All Peoples. Die to stump for Lisgar pcs former prime minister John Diefenbaker will join the Lisgar by election Campaign Trail Fri Day As he embarks on an after noon of Mai Streeting in mor Den Winkler and Altona. Or. Diefenbaker will arrive in Winnipeg Friday morning and hold a press conference then will drive to Lisgar constituency. He will Stop at the Auto show in Morden at about 4 . And address a Public meeting in Winkler elementary school at 8 . Before returning to win n i p e g and flying Home to Prince Albert for the weekend. Auditioning c for actors Winnipeg Community theatre will hold auditions at 7 . Today and Friday and at 2 . Saturday in the River Heights Community club. The theatre has six parts open in the children s play Androcles and the lion directed by Jeffrey Spurill. The play will be put on in Community clubs throughout the City on weekends starting in january. Adaption by the have nations is imperative if they Are to survive or. Mcclure believes. The industrialized coun tries must accept that the world is shrinking and that they must begin sharing or else they will perish. The White Man must get rid of his and realize that other cultures some More than years old have value and Are worthwhile for study and adoption. The White Man must accept not just tolerate the positive aspects of other cultures and religions. For example while in Canada the divorce rate is one of four marriages and in the United states one of three in India it is Only one of every in the St Stephens Bear or. Mcclure said that the have not want what you be got they d like a Little chunk of not All our resources but enough on which to survive. Increasingly or. Mcclure said the have not Are adopting the attitude that in Stead of allowing their families to die from hunger they will Chance dying from a Bullet while attempting to obtain the vital resources. Speaking about remembrance Day or. Mcclure said that those who died in the wars dreamt and fought for a better and while they did t Sec it or achieve it their task has been handed Down. When addressing the Canad an women s club or. Mcclure suggested that tradition has a place in contemporary society especially from a human psychology standpoint. He used the example of a regiment with a tradition wanting to perpetuate that spirit of those who previously ment. Belonged to the Rigi give a shaggy dog a Home. A great playmate for the kids. And he s just time for Christmas. 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