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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaManitoba Centennial 1970 g free press final edition vol. 78 no. 45 Price 10 cents 15 cents thursday november 19, 1970 a unrest . Sunset . Moonrise . Moon St . Forecast Cloudy 20 and so. Jarring returning to Russia Mideast peace talks Likely to resume in december United nations Middle East envoy Gunnar jarring will return temporarily to his Post in Moscow but both he and Secretary general u Thant expect resumed peace discussions by the end of december. This statement by a United nations spokesman wednesday was a tacit acknowledgement that it will take still More time for the israeli Cabinet to decide to return to the talks with Egypt and Jordan conducted through or. Jarring in the Wake of soviet egyptian missile violations. Although or. Jarring has chafed at his inability to proceed Here in the absence of the israelis there is no reason to think that he is disheartened As he reverts to his regular role As swedish ambassador to the so Viet Union. He told the parties tuesday of his intentions. A deadline of sorts to compel new talks exists in the Security Council request that or. Thant report by Jan. 5 on or. Jar ring s Mission. Many diplomatic sources Here saw . 16 speech by israeli prime minister Golda Meir As bending in the direction of resumed participation in the jarring talks. Israel broke them off with the charge that Egypt had introduced missiles into the prohibited zone West of the Suez canal. Although mrs. Meir spoke of the creation of conditions warranting renewed participation in the talks she conspicuously avoided reiteration of a missile Rollback or mention of rectification the deliberately ambiguous word previously used by the United states. There has been a widespread Assumption at the in among Arab As Well As Western Dele Gates that the jarring talks will resume within the next month. Hard evidence however has been lacking. The As sumption appears to rest on another supposition that the on top at last ramp not notified of escape Quebec police waited four Days before telling about closet Ottawa up solicitor general George Mcilraith told the commons wednesday the ramp was not informed until nov. 10 that other suspects had been hiding in a Montreal House where Quebec provincial police arrested a Man nov. 6 in connection with recent kidnappings. Or. Mcilraith was under in tense conservative questioning dealing with the role of the ramp in assisting Quebec provincial and Montreal municipal police investigating the Kidnap Ping of British Trade commissioner James Cross and the murder of Pierre Laporte que Bec labor minister. Or. Mcilraith said the ramp was not informed until tues Day evening nov. 10 of that week that three other suspects had been hiding in a House where provincial police had arrested Bernard Lortie 19, Fri Day nov. 6. Continued please see ramp Page 4 Nixon asks billion Aid boost million appropriation sought for Israel Washington special tons president Nixon asked Congress wednesday for Bil lion in supplemental foreign Aid funds to help . Allies in Asia and the Middle East accept a greater responsibility for their own the president s message pro posed million for military and economic Aid to Cambodia of which million would be used to make up transfers from development proposals unveiled three companies want City land for housing commercial Complex by Douglas Mackay three separate housing and commercial develop ments ranging in value from million to Mil lion were proposed thursday for a 61.5-acre piece of City owned land at Grant Avenue and Kenaston Boulevard. Other Aid accounts which have already been assigned to Cam Dodia. On the Public record Hus far assistance to Cam Bodia has amounted to million. Or. Nixon sought an appropriation of million for cred to for Israel which Nistra Ion officials said would be used finance commitments Al Eady made for aircraft elec r o n i c equipment and other terns Israel wants to Deal with lie Arab missile buildup West f the Suez canal. Please see Nixon Page 4 Ballet to get own building Warren Harding Dean Caldwell 27-Day climb Over see Page 5 Man charged with abduction and rape . Will bring pressure to Bear on Israel before the deadline. Please Sec jarring Page 4 Israel . Police seek three in Holdup three armed men who held up the Loblaw grocery store at 1375 Mcphillips Street. West Kildonan Early thursday escaped with an undetermined sets Tei by Marilyn be Ger Washington special tons Israel s terms for re turning to the Middle East peace talks include . Prom ise not to press . Ideas of a territorial settlement. Israeli foreign minister Abba Eban said wednesday. In an interview before meet ing Here late wednesday with Secretary of state William p. J Rogers. Or. Eban listed the shelving of the . Effort 4o outline settlement terms the so Cal cd Rogers plan of late 1969 among the three major requirements that might make it possible for his country to re turn to the negotiations under in special representative gun Nar v. Jarring. The two other requirements which he enumerated were 9 assurances of continued . Military support assurances of continued financial Aid to enable Israel to pay for military equipment or. Eban said after his 35 minute meeting Wilh or. Rogers that he had outlined these factors As the major confronting Israel. The Israel foreign minister called on or. Rogers at the end his three week visit the earlier or. Etow is Wing m his Safte at the Sheeham a Fdl refer Ted israels As amount of Cash. Marge. Yackel. A clerk at the store said two of the men came through the front doors am. She said she could t Sec faces because the men wore Nylon stockings As masks. I saw it but i could t believe it. All i heard them say was grab let s go i did t hear anything else. He yelled that Anc he yelled it real Robert Mcgrath. Store Man Ager was taking the previous Day s receipts from a Safe in the front entryway when the pair came up behind him. The Money was in bags in a t shopping Basket on the floor. Or. Mcgrath said one of the men had a revolver and Only the store staff of about 25 was inside the store. Or. Mcgrath said the third Man was waiting in a getaway car parked just outside the front doors. All they said. Or. Mcgrath related was this is a Holdup. They told me to lie Down but i did the said they just grabbed the Money in the Basket ran out and jumped into the car and veered around the rear of the store. This has been the first Rob Bery at the Loblaw store on Mcphillips or. Mcgrath said. Please Sec three Page 5 John Elwin Mcmurchy 25, of no fixed address who appeared in Winnipeg magistrate s court thursday to face six charges including rape and abduction was remanded until nov. 26 for psychiatric examination. He was remanded by Magis trate Anthony j. Pilutik. Or. Mcmurchy s lawyer had asked for the psychiatric examination. No plea was entered. Or. Mcmurchy was arrested wednesday morning at Winnipeg Genera Hospital nearly seven hours after a 20-year-old Winnipeg woman had been abducted from her Balmoral Street apartment at gunpoint. Crown counsel Hymie win Stcin told the court or. Mcmurchy is charged with abduction rape breaking and enter ing with intent Possession of an offensive weapon theft of an Auto and breaking entering Canada Mav seek v help from Russia and theft of the Rifle from a Ca Nadian tire store at St. Anne s please see charged Page 12 inflation tactics rapped by Tim Traynor new York staff a member of the Canadian government suggested wednesday that Canada might shun . Aid in following up policies in the Arctic and might look else where possibly even to rus Sia for the satellite techno logy necessary to set up an ice surveillance system. The object would be to pre vent any blunting of claims of control jurisdiction which the . Strongly poses. Fisheries minister Jack Davis who was attending a seminar on Canadian american relations Here said in an inter View there was plenty of room for co operation with the . But this co operation should not be tied to a modification of Canada s assertion of a 12-mile Ottawa up opposition Leader Robert Stanfield suggested wednesday that the government wanted to take the country by the neck and shake the inflation out of it but did not succeed. Now prime minister Trudeau and his Cabinet Are helpless in the face of threatening economic difficulties or. Stanfield told the commons in the first Day of a two Day debate on a conservative motion of non Confidence in the government. I i have the feeling the prime claims minister wanted to take the the Royal Winnipeg bal let is to have a building All its own. This became official with an announcement in Ottawa thursday by Supply min ister James Richardson. He announced a Federal contribution toward acquiring a site for a Ballet building and to pay up Ottawa s share of the Cost incurred in obtaining the new Manitoba theatre Centre site. It of the will go to the Ballet building site. The building will House Ballet departments the bal let school and the theatre Centre school which now is on Rupert Avenue. The proposed Ballet build ing site is the area Between the new Manitoba theatre Centre and the playhouse theatre. There is an absolute urgency to get workable facilities for the Ballet since various departments of the company now Are in four different locations through out Winnipeg Sergei saw Chyn. General manager of the Ballet said in a Tele phone interview. Eight Hundred students Are enrolled in the Ballet school and the space at 322 Smith Street is. No longer sufficient he said. Or. Sawchyn estimated enrolment will have reached by the time a Ballet building is completed in three to four years. Space was also needed for offices the wardrobe department and the Ware House. Please see Ballet Page 7 Stanfield wants inquiry Toronto up conserva Tive Leader Robert Stanfield called wednesday night for an Independent commission of in Quiry headed by a Justice of the supreme court of Canada to investigate Quebec terrorism and Federal promulgation of the War measures act. Or. Stanfield speaking to the lawyers club at Osgoode Hall said the commission s report should be made Public to make canadians aware of the facts whore any permanent Legisla Tion is introduced to Deal with political terrorism by the front de liberation do Quebec. We owe it to ourselves As canadians to get the facts on he extent of the terrorism and the effectiveness of the Mea ures that have been taken against he said. Please see Stanfield Page 7 three would be developers two from Winnipeg and one a consortium of Calgary and Winnipeg interests presented their ideas for a giant apart ment housing shopping Centre Complex to Winnipeg s finance committee. The committee reached no decision but informed the developers their proposals would be studied. Representatives of r. C. Baxter limited of Winnipeg and of the Calgary Winnipeg group Cal mor industries limited of Calgary and Fred Morton holdings of Winnipeg proposed a huge Complex of apartments townhouses elderly citizens quarters and a Large regional shopping Centre. The Baxter proposal was valued at Between million and million by their representative and the Calgary group s please see building Page 7 company negligent jury government May delay closures of j country by the neck and shake the inflation out of or. Stanfield added. By Paul Pihi Chyn Ottawa staff the fed eral government wednesday told a Manitoba delegation that it May reconsider the closing main open indefinitely. But Premier Schreyer said that or. Macdonald had indicated the defence department May re consider the closing Date. Please see inflation Page 121 and Rivers premiered Schreyer led the Date now set for the autumn of j we were not Given any 1971. Of Canadian forces bases Concrete Hope that the decision would sovereignty and of pollution l please Sec Canada Page 12 j cheer fund donation will brighten Yule Egypt s a Ista Orf by giving to the free press Christmas cheer fund Yon can help brighten the yuletide season for those less fortunate. For most Winni Eggers Christ Mas is a Happy time of the year a Tine of giving and receiving presents enjoying Christmas drawer and visiting friends. But for some people. Christmas is Only that time when they Are reminded More sharply fat they Are poor and most of Bont so Many those that tace Tor Grant my. Awl it s hard to explain to a com Crins him toys raw Feria to waft someone else s Christmas a happier one by donating Money toys in Good repair and food to the cheer Board. Address All Cash contributions and cheques to the Christmas cheer fund. Winnipeg free press. 300 Carlton Street Winnipeg 2. All donations will be acknowledged with an official receipt for income tax Par pases. Toys and food should be Tencen to the York tire ser vice Ltd. Warehouse 288 King Street. If cwt enter Drivers Are available. Arrangements Caw be made to Cave Artic Les a voted vhf by the auditor topic hot by Victor Mackie Ottawa staff charges that the Federal Cabinet is out to get auditor general Max Well Henderson and replace him with a Hack who win be an obedient yes were made Here wednesday by g. E. Baldwin pro All party delegation that met with defence minister Donald see pages a 77 s. Macdona armed with a Brief demanding that the Deci Sion to Clow the bases either be reversed or at least held off for another year. The Federal gov e r n m e n t announced in sep tember that the two bases would be closed within a year. The Premier Tou a news con Ference after the meeting with or. Mac Donau that the Dele a Tom received a Flat no to any i suggestion that the bases re face at Tice so conservative House Leader. He accused the government of being determined to gag or. Henderson. Members of the opposition parties Are indignant Over the provisions of the new Boffl Ctm a trounced by the government into the act Ytse this week to Amend proc Tsiokos the act respecting the a Tor general Canada. R to res fee moves a Titor h has to . Or. Inks Ine Caw today Toms Inix 33 51 35 be4cs Tbs be reversed we were told that there May be some reconsideration of the ultimate closing Date but this was Only a slight the Premier said. Industry minister Leonard Evans who accompanied the Premier As co Leader of the delegation said he was disappointed at the outcome of the meeting. I am disappointed because i thought they the fed eral government would have forestalled their or. Evans pointed out that Gimli alone will lose jobs. And so far. Through the efforts of the Manitoba government Only 150 new jobs have been attracted to the area. These 150 jobs Are the result of an aircraft manufacturing Industry and a brat building firm that Are locating at the Gimli base site. In explaining Manitoba s Case to the Federal government. Pre Mier Schreyer said it had been the Hope oat if there could not be a reversal there could at least be a delay in the dosing a seven Man jury at an inquest wednesday night found Stuertz construction 417 South All drive West Kildonan negligent in failing to take proper safety precautions in . 9 accidental death of John William Blue 40, of 386 St. Johns a venae. The jury also recommended workmen be supplied with literature to make them aware of their rights in construction operations. The jury deliberated for nearly an hour before returning its verdict to or. I. 0. Fryer the provincial Coroner who presided at the inquest. Medical evidence was that or. Blue died of asphyxiation uhen a Trench caved in on him at a construction site at 520 Mountain Avenue. Testimony was that or. Blue was working in a 14-foot-deep Trench which was not shored up As required by workmen s compensation Board regulations at the time of Accident. Fire Rescue workers and police worked nearly four hours to free or. Blue but he had been pronounced dead by or. Please see company Page 13 dates. He suggested that a year delay won i be a Dewyte. There won be that much More time to hone and to Vot Vic Sodl the rent increase deferred in to solve the Schreyer Sawl or. Residents of lord Selkirk towers will not be required to pay higher rents i the immedi ate future. Municipal affairs minister Howard Pawley said thursday. In spite of the great Dis parity of rents that will exist Between housing units rented by the Manitoba Bouse a and renewal corporation and those provided under the elderly and infirm persons Hon Sig act the corporation a Fol Tantamco to apply its present scale he told a news Confer ence. The att Nama Kowm by or. Pawley pm hic Rente have mamaed to s3s Tor smile mute. Alt lord Senork tuners at wm0h Vejr

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