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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaCd chiefs elected see Page 14 Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 79 no. 54 Price 10 cents 15-cents tuesday november 30, 1971 m forecast Cloudy and 20 Sunset . Moonset . Golf course Purchase Eastern million for Glendale reported by Elman Gulf Ormson Glendale country club has received an offer of Pillion for its 140-acre Golf course situated Between Portage Avenue and the Assiniboine River just inside the perimeter Highway the club s membership num Bering about 500, has been no t Ifie a to attend a meeting thursday to discuss the offer and possibly vote on the propos Al. A Syndicate from Eastern Canada which specializes in developing shopping is reported to offer to the club. In the meantime a commit tee exploring alternative Sites for a Golf course is reported to have obtained an option to buy want action on new club in doubt Ottawa up the Well cooked government tax change Bill completed 37 Days on the commons Burner monday with the future of the legislation still undecided. Privy Council president Allan Maceachen in an interview said he has discussed with conservative House Leader Gerald Baldwin a conservative propos Al to approve certain portions the Bill by Jan. 1 and leave the rest for next year. But he had not reached a final Deci Sion. My objective is to bring this debate to a close within Peci fied number of he said. 340 acres at an acre please see bidding Page 14 Winnipeg City coun cil was told monday. That1 several. Executive members of Niu nity clubs Jwill re sign if action in t Ken immediately to build East Elm Wood Community club. C the club was destroyed by fire feb. 24. Floyd Williston vice president of the Winnipeg association of Community centres appeared before Council and said presidents of several Community clubs have indicated that they will resign in protest if action is not taken by dec. 13. Civic Parks and recreation com m i t f e e has called for. Tenders on the reconstruction of the new facilities and v see 12 . Averts of talks withdraws earlier demand for heavy revaluation up the United states averted threatened breakdown of the Rome monetary talks by agreeing a statement demanding an average 11-per-cent revaluation of major world currencies. Finance published reports Here today confirm information from other quarters that the . Demand at the monday meeting of Deputy finance ministers As the Price the world had to pay for removal of the american 10 per cent import surcharge. When other delegates protested that issuing such a state ment by the . Would jeopardize the ministerial group of ten meeting which opened today the americans agreed to withdraw the statement which it had circulated among some reporters. Some delegates Are reported to have said flatly that if the please see . Page 14 hopeful please see tax Page 5 Esia jolts c wealth by Dave Humphreys London staff of the British government to in clude Rhodesia membership in the Commonwealth As part of the settlement agreement is seen Here As having far reaching effects on the organization. Apparently rhodesian prime minister Ian Smith refused to Bave anything further to do with the Commonwealth Dur ing the settlement talks in Salisbury with foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home. He is know to object to common wealth interference in what he considers the internal affairs of Rhodesia. But there is no question of Rhodesia s return even if or. Smith were so inclined Commonwealth Secretary general Arnold Smith confirmed Here monday. J please see modes Ian Page 6 Rome up with an air of cautious optimism finance Miri Sisters from 10 of the leading non communist countries Are grappling today with major problems of world Trade and finance hoping to head off developments they fear would wreck years of International co opera Tion. Few of the ministers including Canada s Edgar Benson expressed Hope that any firm settlement will be reached to the difficulties resulting from the United states decision aug. 15 to impose a 10-per-cent sur charge on imports and suspend the Dollar s Gold convertibility. But sources close to a number of delegates notably . Treasury Secretary John please see finance Page 12 Nixon visit begins feb. 21 China Date set Washington Spe Cial tons Dent Nixon will begin his visit to China feb. 21, More than a month after he completes his pre Summit consultations with Allied leaders and three months be fore his scheduled Jour Ney to Moscow. A joint announcement issued simultaneously monday at the White House and in peking Dis closed the simple fact that the president would land in the chinese capital on that Date. It provided no other details. The government of the peo ple s Republic of China and the g o v e r n m e n t of the United states of America have agreed that president Nixon s visit to China shall begin on feb. 21, the statement said. Presidential press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said that the Date was., settled upon when Lenry a. Kissinger assistant for National Security affairs was. In peking in october., the visit to peking is de scribed As a working meeting and it is expected to be relatively Brief. The president will sightseeing but he is not expected to make stops in More than one other per aps Shanghai. More than newsmen e. Applied to the. White House to cover the presidential Isit but the chinese Are sex please see China Page 7 Etc warns of Trade isolation Canada urged to find new Industrial strategy Ottawa up Canada is becoming increasingly isolated in world Trade at a time when it needs to boost employment for a whole new generation of people the economic Council of Canada says in a report. Because the babies born report accents jobs Ottawa up highlight of the economic Council Anada s report monday on economic performance am Outlook for the first half of tto 1.4 million new jobs needed by 1975, with special emphasis on today s youth who will be entering the important 25-34 age group then generating demand for housing furnishings other durables and Urban services. Pushing the Economy decisively toward full potential rests squarely on Domestic consumer demand since Canada is becoming More isolated in International Trade. A Young cyclist Fries to pedal Hirouth tap Snow in Toronto monday night As the first Winter storm hit the a Rea. Four to five inches had fallen in a five hour period. Trudeau hopeful on Nixon meeting ont. Theft alleged a former employee of the Ca hard hit storm leaves 7 dead Lack of contract revealed at probe by the Canadian press the first major snowstorm of the season raged out of the United states Midwest monday and Cut a Swath across Ontario Quebec and the maritime leaving at least seven persons dead in its Wake Early today. The Low pressure system generated in Missouri moved across the Eastern half of the continent on a wide front rang by vein Fowlie John Wark of Bertram ver Laufs a of Kloten Switzerland testified monday he was sur prised and Tad to move fast in May 1969, when he Learned that the Pas foundation and excavation co. Ltd. Was not one of his firm s companies and did not have a contract with his firm. Or. Wark 37, told the three member commission of inquiry into the Churchill Forest Indus tries Complex monday be first thought the Pas foundation and excavation co. Ltd. Was a Bertram Verkauf a com Pany. He said it is Normal to have a captive or standby company on site so that contractors cannot put the company the turnkey contractor for the pulp paper Mills and paper machine manufacturing Plant Over a barrel. He said it shows the contractors there is an alternative firm which can perform work. Or. Wark said he would t contemplate going on site with out a standby company. But he said at the end of May 1989, he Learned the com Pany was owned by Morton Conyac. He said be wrote up a contract the same Day dated May 30, 1969 in Montclair please see firm Page 7 r Mere stories on Paje 2 8 Ottawa up prime min ister Trudeau said monday he Hopes for a breakthrough on Canada United states economic questions in his december meeting with president Nixon. He told reporters Ottawa and Washington officials have taken matters As far As they can go and that it now is time for him and or. Nixon to try to bring matters to a head. In this context he referred to .-proposed changes in the 1965 Auto pact the . 10-per cent surcharge on imports and a lot of matters under study for the last several weeks and he said the one Day meeting to be held before Christmas in the ., will not replace the planned Trudeau Nixon Confer ence Here in the Spring. Or. Trudeau said he and the president Are discussing two pre Christmas meeting dates but that the meeting place in the . Has not been chosen. He said the meeting will be a Fly in Fly out visit the meeting Here next Spring j would be More formal and last at least two Days. He would not want a Fly in Fly oat meeting Here now be cause reporters would say the president had Only one Day for Canada. However or. Trudeau also a remark that baffled if he and or. Nixon completed everything they had to talk about next month then the Spring presidential visit might not be Neces sary. Or. Trudeau paid an official j visit to or. Nixon in the Spring of 1969, but or. Nixon has not yet been in Ottawa to see the prime minister. I in Washington White House spokesman Ronald Ziegler who had Given the first tip on the planned visit sunday told re porters he does t know if the Nixon visit to Canada set for next Spring will occur now. But other officials said the december talks probably would replace the Spring visit. Another monday development in Washington was the Resigna Tion of Philip h. Trezise Assis Tant state Secretary for economic affairs who has been a key figure in talks with Canada and other countries about the in please see Trudeau Page 12 output of goods and services must increase in the next three years by six per cent a year nearly twice the rate achieved in the last 38 months to Cut unemployment to tolerable level of 3.8 or four per cent of the labor Force from the recent rate exceeding six per cent. Price inflation has grown again and pressure for higher prices will become even stronger As business tries to restore More Normal profit margins after being tightly squeezed. In the years immediately after the second world War now Are graduating and dropping out of school to set up new Homes and families the Council sees the need for 1.4 million new jobs by 1975. It Calls for a new Industrial strategy to meet the country s needs to provide remunerative work and to meet the Chal Lenges of International Trade. With Britain entering the european common Market Canada soon will be one of the few Industrial countries of the world without free Access to a Large Market. The Council of 28 members including three full time economists and 25 advisers from Industry labor agriculture and other interests cites the danger of president Nixon s new eco n o m i c policies turning into longer term protectionism i n the . The Council also foresees danger of a revival of inflation with Industry Hying to recover usual profit margins after they were severely squeezed in the anti inflation Price restraints of last year. And it Calls for massive fed eral policies to encourage sex please see Etc Page 7 demands troops quit from a Reuter Canada will need new houses and apartments a Yea in the mid-1970s, an acceleration Over this year s already High program running of about business capital in new Plant and investment machinery should Rise by 5.5.per cent a year and now is 12 per cent Short of its potential. From behind barbed wire Blaek Leader blasts pact by Colin Smith Salisbury Rhodesia Spe Cial owns during the Early sixties when he was still a free Man somebody once described the oratorical style of Joshua Nkomo As comparable to that for or. Nkomo Leader of the banned Zimbabwe african peo ple s Union Zap and the Man who Many of Rhodesia s five and a half minion africans acknowledge As their Leader there can it seems never be any Compromise. I was the first reporter to interview him albeit a shouted conversation Over a barbed Fence for almost six of the late Nye Bevan or Michael foot in the British Coal Fields. My last memory of this african politician As we were led away from his rhodesian j years. He left me in no doubt i please see demands Page la detention Camp under an armed j that of All the politicians who guard is very much in keeping i Nave been involved in the ones _ _ "j.1-. Al 5 _ prime minister Indira Gandhi of India demanded today the withdrawal of pakistani troops from East Pakistan saying their presence is a threat to our with Indian and pakistani t to Ops fighting along the Borders of East Pakistan mrs. Gandhi told parliament in new Delhi that a pakistani withdrawal was the Only Way to peace and indicated India would continue to Send troops across the Border. We cannot allow annihilation of people next she said and this must be clearly understood by the it is not in our National in Terest to let an entire Popula Tion be annihilated. It is a threat to our Freedom and Secu while saying that the withdrawal of pakistani troops from Bast Pakistan would be a Ges Ture of peace by the Pakistan government mrs. Gandhi warned that there was no magic solution to the crisis. The next month will be Cru Cial and difficult for the people of East Pakistan she said and he entire Indian nation has therefore to remain United. For the second time in three Days mrs. Gandhi opposed any intervention by the in Security Council Pakistan has asked the company has been accused of j stealing from the com i Paay Between june and May John Robert Smith 38, was remanded for one week without j plea when be appeared tuesday j in the Northern United states Childre aubow la Waif Flieg magistrate s court Kaost of the precipitation came gats is. So the form of Raia or feet bet Quebec and new Tion of who rules this part of Africa and when he is the least to mutilate Bis principles one to six inches most of Southern Ontario and Quebec was centred off the coast of Maine at mid morning a child wonders he has a charge of theft. Habace m. For i fives at 6m1 drive Cleartes Werf at plenty fit or. A was to in Monirea a staffer by Santa mrs. A. Has 12 children or. A. Lost his track Driver s Job maybe that is Why so Maisy three weets before Abri Straas appeals to the Christmas cheer she wrote. Board come from Janof tors. He canst do other jobs As the Are ask Curg be is Sot tos Las Heel Santa Cates Coragg was Ere flame for so Masy years my. And sir Are Are. A. Wrote dec. Cheer hampers and toys from the Board last year. This year there via be even More Gat vipers say. The Christmas cheer Board depends a screwy

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