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Winnipeg Free Press {Newspaper} - 1970-10-06,Winnipeg, Manitoba 2winnipfcc free press. Tuesday october 6, 1970 ferry blamed Vancouver up a Law Jer representing tie soviet owners of the freighter Sergey Yesenin told a Federal inquiry monday that the aug. 2 collision Between the ship and a British Columbia government ferry was the fault of the Canadian vessel. John so Nieves counsel for the far Eastern shipping co., was presenting final argument be foie county court judge a j. C. Stewart commissioner of the Inci Iviry into the collision which claimed Thi of lives in Active pass. Or. Steeves said the ferry Queen of Victoria was in a Clear and substantial breach of the 31 Arrow Channel Rule of navigation at the time of the collision Between Galiani and Mayne islands in Georgia Strait. Those killed were aboard the ferry. No collision would have oct Urr cd had ferry Captain James Pollock conducted his vessel in a a Seaman like Way and kept to his own Side of the a shaped Channel said the lawyer. Or. Sleeves said inspection of photographic evidence a still Pic Tiu is and movies taken at the time of the collision a Lead 1.0 the a inescapable conclusion that the ferry was a Long Way on uie wrong Side of mid Chan Nel line. In earlier testimony two experts a one Federal government Surveyor and one provincial a placed the site of the collision at approximately mid Channel. The exact location of the two vessels at the time of Impact is regarded As the crucial Factor in determining who was a fault. Or. Steeves also de scribed Lookout routines on . Ferries As dangerous and were liable. Rivers scheme studied deaths estate auction Sale and Bailiff Sale of 3 pee. Walnut bedroom Luite Chiesur Fields and chairs Corner China cupboard Fea Wagon folding top desk Coffee fable end fable Safe Lee table dining room Chain Chrome suite Bedi Dressen rugs auro. Rathert dryers fridges elec Fric appliances tools electric motors How cases drapes linens Chester bed dishes and Kitchen Ware pictures lamps Etc. This it Only a resume at lots of items arrive after and deadline. Private tales and goods received for aug lion every Day. Crays a Uttich Mart 91 Albert Street wed., oct. 7th at t 30 . Termi Cash a 942-23 to Loti Ijes auctioneer a. Do Nib o cd. Bailiff in we si>�ciali7t in value tint by Pete Wachniak estate auction Sale wed., oct. 7th at 2 . 1 poster bed with vanity Dresser Bench and Hijii Bov Chest a Hafar 9 pc. Dining Ream suit. Duncan of of table a Chain by tact. Tab and China Cabi Nel Roll top desk Over stuffed chs tort iced Frith Down Cushion i Jemuna lion Bookcase and Deil Pine Deniser Gin Chatt of drawn Pine Side Beard Pine pie Ca Hintt Small Walnut China Cabinet vict Wian Pedestal jacobean Iii tree Maple Chest and desk Tea Watson Fele Hofle Tabic and chair Rockins chair to free table i carve Sirhall carved chair a Lawf Malax inc stand smoker stand sectional Bookcase. Wish stand Han inf Oil lamp Wicker hamper round top Trinh credit stitch Stool mirrors Cut decanters piano steel Assort Menf of Werdt Royal Crown Derby plat mantel clock Wall Telephone carnival tast Dresden tile. Royal Doulton plates Large Bronie vase crockery water cooler Copper and brass planters capper helmet Hod. Italy pan carved Ivory Light fixture with coloured Thanet books China silverware and Many other men Tinc items. Peter s auction sales 314 Youni St., North of Portage 78j-i7t5 Peter Wachniuk auctioneer Valuator Antoniw roman 78, of 686 Magnus Avenue formerly of 7.38 Manitoba Avenue. Bruce Myles 80, of 503 Bannatyne Avenue formerly of the Hudson a Bay co. Connell Albert Granger of Penticton ., formerly of Winnipeg. Connolly Hugh 80, of 555 Lanark Street suite 505. E is l e a mrs. Edward Florence marie54. Of 12 Neptune Bay fort Garry. Emes mrs. Annie Holloway Godfrey 88, of Sprague Manitoba. Farag mrs. Fahmy nadia4of 555 Lanark Street suite 60i. Fowler Campbell Reid 80, of Elphinstone Man Tobii. Hallett Nellie fic of 245 collegiate Street St. .tanie.s. Hillier Percy William of Edmonton formerly of Winnipeg. Holland Mary Madeleno 87, of 20s Brooklyn Street St James formerly of Steinbach Jonasson wham Wallace of Sault Ste Marie ont., formerly of 530 Spence Street Winnipeg. Jones Jane 55, of 819 Pritchard Avenue formerly of Scotland Jowett Percy a a 72, of 503 Rosedale Avenue. Kiczak mrs. Edith Yaw docka83, of Nightingale nursing Home widow of Thomas Kiczak. Knox mrs. Sarah Effle 82, of i 347 Drake Boulevard St. Bon if acc widow of William Knox. Lexier Jack so a 79, of Winnipeg. Mcgilvray. James we a of Saskatoon sask. Mckay Brenda Lee 18, of Lockport Man. Minkin mrs. Harold ethel65, of 634 Jefferson Avenue West Kildonan. Roseboom John 37, of 95 Cobourg Avenue. Sinclair Cecil 63, of ?3 Brownstone Boulevard. Is. Vital. Thorimbert Frank 67, of Manitoba for further information please see classified death notices the possibility of making use of the Canadian forces base facilities at Rivers Man., for a practical training operations As an alternative to Industrial use is being investigated by the Federal department of regional economic expansion Tom Kent Deputy minister said in an interview Here monday. Replying to a question regarding the future of Rivers or. Kent said a number of ideas were being studied Quot including one or two Industrial possibilities a but added that alternative uses were also being looked at. He explained a practical training operations As a Plant which might produce a variety of products and provide tip dining for people As it operated. In Winnipeg to attend the opening sessions of the 62nd annual meeting of the Canadian Institute of forestry As the conventions keynote speaker the former Winnipeg free press editor spoke on subjects Concei Ning the department of economic expansion during a news conference at the hotel fort Garry monday morning. He also a dictated study was being Given to the establishment of More a special areas which would qualify for increased Federal incentive Grants in Manitoba. A a we re look my at other towns in Manitoba a or. Kent admitted a but i can to predict anything about where such an area might be established naturally we Are look my at Brandon Daup hta Portage and others. The problem at Rivers has certainly strengthened the Case for doing some ing in that he agreed that Rivers could t be considered an Ideal location for Industry but said the governments incentive program might help and a there Are some Industrial education planning stressed Otto Lang regrets a loss continued a sell on Consin tement or but for Cash Oslo a the International convention of 1965 Banning All forms of racial discrimination was ratified recently by Norway which also has enacted new Laws making racial discrimination a punishable offence. The store that ill built Star Brite diamonds under ii Chari accounts is amp to a floss. Sinco19t0 v�4 i. F i/7 oot re he said it was not for reasons of health or Over any difference in respect to policy. Quot nothing like that a said or. Lang a Otlie wheat Board chief commissioner Felt that once he had passed 65 he should be think my of retirement and has picked a time to do it when the wheat situation has brightened. In a sure he will be available for consultation by his colleagues and counsel and advice will not be lost to or. Lang said that or. Mcnamara is recognized throughout the world As an authority on Grain Mark Elm Quot Bot ii for his wartime and Post War work in helping to feed a hungry world and since then for his Superb a leadership of Canada s Grain marketing a the has rendered invaluable service to the people of Canada for the past 28 years. I deeply regret losing his abilities at the Board. However. I understand his roast is for this move and him every Success in his decrees. By Arlene Billinkoff the Manitoba teachers society wants the provincial and municipal governments to Start treating education in a Businesslike manner. At a news conference tuesday in the St. Regis hotel a five Man delegation from the society outlined a series of priorities for education which they intended to present to education minister Saul Miller of Manitoba in the afternoon. The eight priorities Are part of a larger study on education finance which will be presented to the provincial cab met in about a month. Primarily the teachers group urged a More efficient use of available funds rather than an unlimited amount of funds. This is where the business like approach comes in. The teachers group emphasized tie need for More systematic planning at All Levels and greater use of teachers knowledge in education rather than in administrative paperwork de Komakhuk president of the society said the first part of the study is being presented to the government now to Alert the government to the immediate need. A we think there is some Robert Gordon the society a assistant general Secretary said Quot we suggest the Money available can be used to better advantage with therefore they urged that the government adopt a a More formal and structured approach to All aspects of education a especially budgeting. T i e d in with this would be greater research by the department of youth and education and More appraisal of present and future courses. In this Way courses which Are not fulfil Ding their objectives could be jettisoned before exorbitant costs Are incurred said the delegation. To further ensure efficiency of the education system the society has asked for the promotion of Quot greater collaboration among education health welfare and other services. It seems logical that rather than competing for government support the a Rizijs government departments should be seeking ways of Itie move toward efficiency should also be extended to the classroom level said the teachers. They urged that legislative and administrative changes be made to enable teachers to take part in decision making a at All Levels of the teachers Are participate my at the provincial government level e. A. Arnett general Secretary of the society said. However at the individual school and division level their expertise was being lost or Gordon said Quot you run unto the problem with school systems who Mastain managerial rights. They done to want joint or. Kowalchuk said that by the time he As a teacher has to comply with All the regulations a from the province school division school Board and principal a a in a so encompassed by regulations that my activities Are seriously Walter Nowosad society vice president said. A a we re not opposed to the Obj e c t i 0 n was to regulations a made on whims and enforced it s the kind of Duke fired gun witness israelis allege torture Toronto up a a provincial inquiry heard monday of a report to police that George Clinton Duke once drove up to a neighbors Boathouse party after a Tiff with a machine in mounted on a Golf Eart and fired bullets into Lake Ontario. The inquiry also heard alleged Crook John Papalia say he visited or. Dukes firm to inquire about buy Jug a Lawn Mower because he was Hurt at criticism of the height of the grass in front of his apartment House. A it was very embarrassing a he told j. J. Robinette counsel for the inquiry a a you re not kidding me about All this Are you a asked or. Romette. A no sir a or Papalia replied. A i discussed with or Duke whether it was cheaper to buy a Lawn Mower or a he ended up buying neither he said. The i query was told by Opp staff supt j. A Kay that he had heard or. Duke tried to keep quiet the fact that he knew or Papalia and Daniel Gasbarri two men named by or Morton Shulman As persons with criminal backgrounds. Or. Shulman member of the legislature for Toronto High Park alleged in a speech to a legislature committee june 4 that or. Duke associated with High ranking provincial policemen As Well As persons with criminal records. The inquiry was called to investigate the involvement of police. The inquiry also heard testimony monday that or Papalia and or. Duke were co tenants in an apartment building Early this year but the never met there. # Marion Phillips visited or. Duke at the Apai ment hut he was not More than a a dear Friend who gave her business advice. Or. Duke treated mrs Duke Quot like a Jerusalem special tons a egyptian treatment of israeli prisoners of War became a National Issue Here monday As the government publicly charged for the first time a grave breaches of the Geneva Israel based its complaint to the International committee of the red Cross on tortures allegedly inflicted on it. Moshe Goldwasser an israeli Pilot shot Down Over Egypt on aug. 3, 1970. A this death was directly caused Hyth numerous injuries inflicted upon his body by the United Arab Republic authorities a Israel charged in a military press briefing monday. The pilots body was not returned to Israel until sept 2, m a decayed state and with Many vital organs missing. An egyptian medical report said it. Goldwasser died from a cardiac the israeli physicians who sex amhed the Corpse could not determine the cause of death but noted m their report evidence of severe beating. The pilots left testicle was missing prompting charges Here that this was done to remove evidence of beatings in that area. Nomination deadline near nominations for candidates for municipal elections in Rural Manitoba who close at 2 . Wednesday. Elections will be Hedd oct. 28. Jack Mcnair nay assistant Deputy minister for municipal affairs said there Are 190 municipalities m Manitoba in which elections could be held but Many candidates will be returned to office by acclamation. Also the israeli medical report said that skin had been removed from the pilots wrists after his death a again raising suspicions that this was done to hide Marks there. A deliberate ads were made by the United Arab Republic authorities to erase the signs of torture and to hide the real cause of death of it. Goldwasser Quot the israeli defence Force said in its statement Given to newsmen. The egyptians also failed to refrigerate the body which a could Only have been intended to erase signs of torture a Israel charged. Failure to return the body to Israel for 28 Days was further evidence of this intent the government stated. While doubting that a Pilot in it. Goldwasser a excellent physical condition died from a heart attack As Egypt claimed the israeli statement said that such an end could have been from the a cruel and inhuman acts inflicted on the prisoner. The me National committee of the red Cross should demand that Egypt bring to trial Liose who tortured it. Goldwasser and take action to prevent the same kind of treatment of other prisoners of War Israel said a go ii i i. Save Renta fully equipped Ford Pontiac or Chevy. Economy models $2.50 a 24 hour Day plus Gas and mileage. Rent a car Donald at ghah4m 942-3366 now open i i i Oakview place i senior citizens personal care r nursing Home j car. % poof it a Ivl Caje j featuring i a 24 or nursing care t physiotherapy c c a n0n-5ectarian religious services a i decor furnishings amp dietary facilities Are designed to i maintain an As warm As the residents own Home. F a Complete recreational facilities c 0 a licensed dining room amp cocktail lounge i 1 a 3 acres of Park like property offering lands Ping and i i gardening Fahji tics. F air from i 888-3005 z i 2395 Ness ave., St. James p close to shopping centres govt. Mav j produce drugs continued Hoover helpers work hard. Thirds of the total expenditure at the Pas and that the group of four companies were putting in one third ,. This is not True a Premier Schreyer was misled by the principals of the company and also i would say he was misled to a degree by a former official of the Manitoba development the four companies involved i the Forest industries project at the Pas 315 Miles Northwest of Winnipeg received about s92 million in Loans from the Manitoba government. The Loans were made through the Manitoba development fund under an agreement negotiated during the previous conservative administration in Manitoba. Thing the teachers won t put up i with Loo much longer athe Brief to the minister pm for thanksgiving m a classic arrangement Beautiful mums Pons and fall foliage in both Ian a Turnn hues tastefully Arja ranged in a Kec Sake Avo ado Vic. A Ectal com flute .95 maj. I it phone today Urs inc fas Sunburst carnations spicy a Lonc Ukstins 3 .95 Loka w 10 Cash amp carry a mite off Totri Artter Kshir atm few in Cim Vam a i ,00 i Vara a owl it nem Niit 0 autumn Harvest of Sterf of jul Folio fies pm a snub upsets Linister the Hooter a canstcllatfon&Quot.,. The cleaner that actually floats on a Cushion of air Ponce to us motor for really effective cleaning. Large disposable bag can be changed in Len seconds and your hands never touch inc Deri wrap around Vinyl furniture guard. Double Strelch hot a won t Kink or tray Cor pm Elev ill i Ull set of cleaning tools winds Tomb Nalion Rug and floor no Ziilch Brush fabric Iio Zalc Cre inc Loof and look rack. Die t a / 7/<?canislcrclcaner.-. M priced so you can Alfoni d i Hoh Only continued new ventures Quot said or. Lang. Or. Mcnamara been involved in Quot rain marketing sincei�i24 when he hclpe.1 o organize in the Saskatchewan wheal Pool. which he served for 18 cars. Since joining the wheat boart in 1342 he has travelled extensive world cry is Uncial go.en.-1 a ment to do an intensive study of i he was Strumental in open j local autonomy in education i my Many of he new postwar Ltd tie form of government set markets for Canadian wheat up Early 1900s can to be. And was one of the first Nadi allowed to Mac Fere Wiki the de an businessmen to visit the a a National process Quot or. Arnett a various a a i Aigist countries in i said Europe and Sia. Promoting because of the limited funds i sales of Canadian grains. A aflame the teachers would it for. Ain Amara has been a like special emphasis placed on key figure at Many internal general education especially tonal Grain conf Rencs partic pre school and primary Cauca ulary the Nugo Tating Confer-1 a on. They also de greater Knees for successive Antenia a arty of cat Iowa Opp Ortu a was Correct tonal wheat agreements. He is nity for children from Low a looked on As a Leadmo authority i come areas and for those on Grain merchandising belong my to ethnic or racial Throat Chhit the world. Minorities whose language is his first assignment wit i us not the language of the schools. Wheat Board was As supervisor a a of car Supply dealing with the 6\i7a vital wartime Grain transport tation prowess in 1944. He went to Washington As special resident represent Tate the of the Board. He worked closely with the combined food Board and food cola Cal in the worm wide distr photion of cereals Imper or Vani s disappointment at not being Able to see or tin Deau. The ambassador said a i Don t deny anything a he said his foreign minister wanted to see or. Trudeau the visit might be rescheduled Quot maybe in the an external affairs department spokesman said he did t know whether the reported reason for the Post Spavital tells meet Lanci Pao Iaci phom toot Blae bomber coach Jim spa a flip wartime and postwar de a a Finney pinning his Lopes Rand commit wins he Power of belief these Days. Roy Alkins president of the at least to s Arhat be Tom a tip total fire a Erst Unwin. Uses local by amp Ines Saiez monday Wieb Day paid to byte a a a c. Me the pm Mes sates and a Over Vinura. Refer of chef cd Maris to Silig Obs re rred their annual swat it it ill Canad in wheat bomber Tanchon Vio a sufi sep ipod red a adm owe or. 8� meant s Jatin it i it a pm Etc Stem a Crest it mtg Fer a admins the pm u i a 2-> a Myrtir tic Jurf �r4 Kivist a aet a fac pm Kiff Waif in trim tit Ita War in a a Cir. Or and offer Yuriy of. To v -9 we to of by Quot Hii Thisie to. His a inn we a it it i a f Fil a of of to a it i he said most visits of for sign to Ottawa dry t i chide interviews with he prime minister though some do. A spokesman for or. Trudeau said there Are a number of cases where visiting foreign misters have been Mable to a see the prime minister. A recent site was turkish foreign mister Ihsan Sabri gag Lay Angil. The spokesman said or. Trudeau s timetable is overloaded be ease of planning for his coming visit to Rossia the reopen in of far Vanrent and prepare two of the throne speech As Well As Cabinet and Cav i committee greetings v a Insela s massive sex of Flat clo Canada a we expected promis knt is or. Chivas now can fire Iii bei1i�gs gift Caiji it say Tevdo met May Jwj tit essay. A Arffia i Woty Quot Vav we fir Quot Hiti i or run a a a Winji in Fletr in item ii Vitt. A of of a a Irlar to nerf f Fofo try i i a Ftp can us the Hooker i it weft Pelt a. 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