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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Winnipeg, Manitoba12 demands quit Winnipeg free press tuesday november 30, 1971 continued United nations to station of Serverson East Pakistan s Borders. Titis is an attempt to con fuse the realities of the Situa she said. Those who Are moving in this direction cannot but be suspect in the eyes of the Indian mrs. Gandhi assured the mukti East pakis Tan Independence India s Best wishes and support. She said the East. Pakistan guerrillas were making Progress despite an unequal fight. The pakistani command in East Pakistan accused the Indi an army of widening the fight ing along the Border and said Battles were continuing in at least two sectors. Executives threaten to resign be received by next meeting finance experts hopeful continued Connally said there is some of among the ministers that the basis for agreement May be Laid. If a consensus does emerge particularly on the Issue of cur Rency realignment it would not necessarily be announced at the end of the two Day meeting. Sources say it would More lilt Ely provide a confidential framework for bilateral discus Sions scheduled Over the next two months Between . Pres ident Nixon and. A number of major world leaders including prime minister Trudeau. Benson said in an interview monday no one should expect any final solutions from the meeting. There would be no dramatic results be added. Monday Deputy finance ministers and other financial experts from the 10 countries known As the group of ten emerged silence from meeting lasting More than two hours. Asked Why there had been no official statement a . Spokesman said i read it As an indication that they had some pretty substantive things on the if monday s meeting did pro Duce new proposals they would have to be presented to the ministers today for consideration and possible ratification. Deputies from the european common Market countries re presented stayed behind after the Canadian ., japanese and other countries left the meeting leading some observers to conclude the Ameri can delegation May have introduced new suggestions. Some sources said the . Has already proposed a Compro Mise package calling for an average 11-per-cent increase in the value of most major Curren cies against the Dollar in return for suspension of the surcharge. Adding to speculation about the meeting s importance was an earlier statement by Paul Volcker . Undersecretary for monetary affairs who said the meeting would be extremely Brief. Why had it been pro longed observers asked. Most sources Here however indicate that no Ever All Settle ment is possible unless the . Agrees to devalue the Dollar even slightly in terms of Gold. The Over All problem facing the ministers is How to agree on a realignment of currencies lower Trade barriers and accomplish a wider sharing of Mutual defence costs in order to erase or alleviate the rapidly worsening . Balance of payments deficit but even if All this could be accomplished the problem still to be faced is what would re place the . Dollar As an official Reserve currency As these dollars flowed Back into the borne Economy As a result of less spending abroad. Monumental As the difficulties appear ministers seem convinced they can be dealt with. Benison who has warned of the dangers of i destructive Trade War which would lower living standards increase unemployment and destroy nor m a 1 patterns of Commerce says it is not a question of whether but Bow we Settle he said Canada has maintained s fairly Neutral stance so far of whether the . Dodar so Odd be devalued. Canadian currency floating near Par with that of fee us. Would Petely move downwards with a Deva j teat a be said. Tenders will Council at its dec. 13. A total of has been set aside for the reconstruction. Or. Williston also told Council that the executive of the East Elmwood club has decided to withhold its own resignation until after the dec. 13 meeting. The executive announced two weeks ago that it was resigning because no action had been taken by the City. Club president Gordon Clay also appeared before Council and asked for support to put East Elmwood Back on its or. Clay attempted to get Assurance from Council that the City would cover any costs involved in the reconstruction above the that has been set aside. He also suggested that a gymnasium be included in the plans for the new club facility. This is not included in the Origi Nal reconstruction plans. Council took no action on the matter monday but it is expected that when the tenders Are received by Council dec. 13 a decision will be made and work will proceed soon after. In other business Council referred Back to the health welfare committee a recommendation that a Grant of be made to the. St. Mary Montessori school at 157 Rupert Avenue. The request which was Origi Nally turned Down by health and welfare committee and then later accepted by the com Mittee had been before Council for final approval. However any civic Grants re quire the approval of at least 13 aldermen two thirds of the Council. I however Only 13 aldermen were present when the vote was called and several of these were known to be in opposition to the Grant. Alderman Max Mulder a sup Porter of the school moved the referral and it was carried by a vote of 8 to 5. Winnipeg lawyer Mel Meyers and mrs. Jane Heffelfinger both appeared before Council in sup port of the request. The school is privately operated institution for children under six years of age. A tuition fee is charged but several of the students from Low in come families Are Given free tuition. Council also tabled for two weeks a motion by Aid. Joseph Zuken calling for the abolish ment of aldermen s pension plan. The decision to table the motion came at the request of Aid. Magnus Eliason who was absent monday. Aid. Eliason had written letter to mayor Steve Juba re questing the motion by Delaye until the next meeting of coun cil in order that he could hav the Opportunity to take part in debate. His request was supported by a vote of 8 to 3. Council also refused a licence application from the Winnipeg native club for a dance Hall a 150 River Avenue the site of the Winnipeg Badminton club. The Badminton club has ceased operation and the native club an Indian Metis organization had been seeking per Mission to turn the building into a dance Hall. Health and welfare commit tee chairman Aid. June West Bury recommended to Council that application be refused be cause a Survey of area Resi dents showed the majority were opposed to the proposed dance Hall. Trudeau hopeful on meeting wooh not help the . Pact of the protectionist Ameri can Trade policies. External affairs minister Mit Chell Sharp declined to read into the resignation a hostile re action by some . Officials to the Trade restrictions with which Treasury Secretary John Connally has been linked As prime advocate. Or. Sharp said he under stands the Trezise resignation bad been in lie cards for various reasons. However officials Here involved with Canada us. Talks since the aug. 15 an bouncer sent say privately that their american or. Trezise As Nalty free been exhibiting abort the As tag As ratio j consider abbe tension the Bat it a Todd pc sort to Roseau adj Casada-. Talks i Casals pro docs to sew Tevetis say trash so 0k get my looking wies Tele buy on purchases of or More. 34" pile lined Cord car Coats top value for your dollars in this beautifully styled Spanish mid ale Corduroy car coat with full pile lining for Winter warmth. 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