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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press wednesday october 7, 1970 guest speaker Harley b. Vannan of Winnipeg president of the Canadian indemnity company will speak at the opening luncheon of us regional meeting of the Canad ail Institute of actuaries to be held oct. 15 and 16 at the inter National inn. The theme of the meeting will be consumerism in the 70s." Flash cubes ac1 and m2 bulbs 1 .29 11 pkg. A. Everyday Low Price you Money Back if you can buy them for less Goodall photo Ltd. 321 Carlton so. Opp. Free press free parking at rear woman seeks Brandon Council seat Brandon Man. Special there is another candidate for the oct. 28 Aldermani elec Tion s. Doreen runway announced tuesday her candidacy for a two year Aldermani term. Mrs. Runway who is the owner of runway realty and travel services said she wants to contest because i am inter ested in civic mrs. Runway s entry into the election brings to eight the number of candidates vying for Ive Aldermani seats. Others in he race Are Fraser Clark and George Tyreman and five sit ing members of City Council aldermen Jack Bra Chest nor Man Campbell Marie Kotyk Eter Mcduffe and Herman nikkei. By Max Steiman and sons auction sue of the Complete fixtures and equipment Florist on the premises at 33 Stapleton St. Off Nairn thursday oct. 8th at . Instructed by the owner who it retiring from business we will sell a 3 door refrigerated display Flower cooler with Back walk in storage Arboite top counters display tables floor Model wrought Iron candelabra . Refrigerator Cooling unit Fern stands paper cutters Victor adding and Cash machine tape dispensers office desk filing cabinets hide a bed innerspring mattress Coin operated soft drink dispenser Metal Flower containers 2 wheel car trailer with Side Racks wheel Barrow and Many other miscellaneous supplies Etc. Etc. Here is a rare Opportunity to buy Florist s equipment at your own Price everything must go regardless of Cost or value. Soviet president Nikolai Podgorny second from flanked by communist party chief Leonid Brezhnev left rear and soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin right rear Welcome French president Georges Pompidou right at Moscow Airport tuesday. Pompidou pi3ns an eight Day stay to Lessen european tensions and promote Franco soviet relations. M. K. Steiman auctioneers h. H. St Timin evaluators 942-3397 Trudeau could be victim Cantor s 2202 Gallagher meat specials red or Blue Brand beef can. Grade a fresh Hvisc. T in. Can Grade a fresly Hvisc. 10-20 Iii. Hostess Boneless ready to eat whole ready to eat la 59c Shank ends turkeys turkeys sausage meat hams hams Ham Butts Back ribs sides spareribs breakfast sausage round Steak Tbone or sirloin Steak Cross rib roast Blade roast Lamb shoulder Chow Frim Canadian veal shoulder Steak i. I. I us i. I. U. I. I. Ii. A. U. I. U. 39c 43c 1.00 99c 49c 53c 99c 65c 99t 99c 1.19 79c 59c 69c 79c or. Trudeau sent a personal message to the British prime minister monday expressing the Canadian government s great regret and assuring that every thing that could be done woul be done. It is not in prime minister Trudeau s nature to capitulate to such terrorist groups an meet their demands. But in Thi Case the life of a British Diplo Nat stationed in Canada Coul be at stake. Or. Trudeau has to weigh the possible repercussions of a refusal to meet the terrorists demands. At the same time he must examine the ramifications of a decision to Grant the demands of the Fly in its Ransom note. If the Canadian government bowed to the demands it would clearly open the door to other such the terrorists As a Means of obtaining funds and the release of any 01 their colleagues who might have been jailed. Should the Federal government flatly refuse to meet the demands it might be sacrificing the life of the British envoy. Faced with this difficult and delicate decision prime min ister Trudeau was reluctant to even discuss the latest develop ments in the commons tues Day. Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield asked the. Prime min continued butter Canada first Cadi limit i in. Or customer with Purchase of or Ovir i. 59c Cap laundry detergent my Kinc size detergent detergent Colgate toothpaste family Cav Lount household 9ptm1 i0c off huh diet Crisco Oil 31 Al. Of. 99c Viva towels b9c tissue Voortman s biscuits Low Parchment coloured for 1.00 ister in the House if he had any thing further to report on the kidnapping of or. Cross. Or. Stanfield said he assumed the prime minister was giving the matter his closest personal at Tention and is in close Contact with Quebec authorities. Or. Trudeau said or. Stan Field s assumptions were Cor rect there Are close contacts Between the Federal government and government of Quebec. Or. Trudeau said he had spoken to Premier Bourassa and there have been discussions Between solicitor general George Mcilraith and his opposite number in the Quebec govern ment. I am giving the matter my closest attention and other min cannot usefully add any other he told the House. Or. Stanfield pressed for More information. He. Enquired if it was Correct that the police investigations have been halted in response to one of the de mands from the terrorist group. Or. Ted eau said he under stood a Quebec government minister had said there had been an interruption of police activities in the search for or. Cross. He said he disappointed that the opposition Leader was pressing for More information. The prime minister said per laps the members could Contee lure that if the police do not believe the life of or. Cross to be in danger they Are calling off their activities. Or perhaps they Are Only pretending to i do not said or. Trudeau. J. G. Diefenbaker pc Prince former prime minister suggested Ottawa and the Quebec government consid t posting a substantial Reward or evidence leading to the a ultimate conviction of he terrorists. Or. Trudeau said consideration has been Given to posting such a Reward by the Federal and Quebec governments. Later outside the House or. Trudeau was surrounded by a roup of newsmen. He was sked if he was concerned Over the reports coming out of Mon that the Fly manifesto Tad himself along with the Premier and Montreal Jayor marked for terrorist or. Trudeau with a slight mile replied it would All de end on who made the threats it was a Guy Lik Evou an Enish speaking reporter from indoor yes of course i the reporters were not to be turned aside so easily. They asked what his reaction would be to such threats from the tar no any until he replied body has informed me of such with that he turned and darted up the stairs leading to his Centre Block office trailed by his aides. However it was apparent that the Security in the Centre Block and on parliament Hill has been tightened up. Earlier in the House or. Tru Deau told conservative my Marcel Asselin of the Quebec constituency of Charlevois that when the Kidnap affair As he described it had been terminated it would be time enough to consider the penalty for International Kidnap blackmail. Or ass Elk had proposed in the House that the government might consider imposing the death penalty for such crimes. Credit is the Leader real Caouette wanted to know Why the immigration department or other Federal agencies could not More carefully screen the comings and goings of stupid people who journey to Cuba and Jordan for an education in Polit ical or. Trudeau said it would be difficult to keep track of every body travelling abroad. Yorkton workers stranded Yorkton sask. Up wet Snow and temperatures 30 degrees below the seasonal average assaulted this area of Southeastern Saskatchewan tuesday. Police warned High ways were in hazardous Condi Tion. Up to a foot of Snow caused a rash of minor traffic accidents and it stranded office workers in the downtown Core of York ton. Highway 52 West was de scribed As impassable and Highway 9 North As very bad. Ramp said the Snow stopped tuesday night but was being pushed into heavy drifts by brisk winds. A lot of cars Are getting Hung up on the drifts. We be had eight or 10 minor accidents but nothing serious yet. Driving is pretty hazardous for about 35 Miles East and the same West. We re telling people not to travel on the the storm which crawled up from North Dakota was not expected to have much effect on the few crops still a threshed. In its final report for the year issued tuesday the Saskatchewan wheat Pool said har vesting of All grains was cent completed during the weekend. Most school bus routes in the Yorkton Region were cancelled and most schools were expected to be closed wednesday. A weather office spokesman in Regina said temperatures were in the Low 30s instead of the Low 60s expected at this time of year and he said they would continue this Way for at least another 24 hours. Deaths Saydack mrs. John 64, of sos Magnus Avenue. Cameron Frank Peavey of Oroville California. Pillion Gerard 48, of 530 St. Jean Baptiste Street St. Boni face. Fostey Joseph 60, of 833 pol son Bay. Gillerlain mrs. Lillian Moore 91, of 72 Bremar ave nue St. Boniface widow of Robert Gillerlain. Holt George 59, of 124 Handyside Avenue St. Vital. Mont Sion mrs. Eugene Clara 81, of Ste. Rose do Lac Man. Nicol Arthur Reid 48, of 375 Waverley Street. O Connor Joseph Michael 79, of Elm Creek Man. Of flaps Edward j., 64, of 496 Poison Avenue. Skinner Alfred 77, of 404 Rosedale Avenue. Smith Samuel 0., 84, of 221 Colony Street suite 7. Stevens mrs. John d. 82, of 1 Roslyn Road suite 2a. Canadian Flag Rock on show the Canadian Flag that a Polo 11 carried to the Moon and pieces of Moon Rock went on display tuesday at the Manitoba museum of Man and nature. The display will be on the main floor of the museum for two weeks. The Moon rocks were taken from the sea of Tranquility on the first manned lunar flight and presented to Canada by president Nixon. Temple W. Of formerly of win Toronto Nipes. Warrender mrs. David 75, of 43 Sher Wood place St. Vital. Yaworski Mike 61, of flin flon Highway Man. For further information please see classified death notices executors auction Sale 8 pet. Mad. Dining room the. Table with double Pedestal 5 pee. Wai. Twin bedroom Ste. Maple chit of drawers loyalist Maple desk and bookshelves Wai. Drop front desk Bronze statue Mahl drop Leaf Hall table Mah. Drop Leaf table 5 italian prov. Wai. Coffee table Mah. Corner step table age. Fipe itry round Wai. Lamp table 3 Cam Back chairs oct. Chairs Oak Flat top desk Small steel office Cabinet Oak filing Cabi net Remington typewriter Small hour desk rugs . Set fridge 2 up. Living room chairs 2 up. Bedroom Chain 4 6 Maple bed very old map double door wardrobe fireplace screen 2 Corner 14th Edi Tion encyclopedia Britannica age. Chesl of drawers child crib elec. Motor he Kitchen chairs China pier urts copy Mac 400 copier Victor adding machine guitar Etc., Ere. Thurs., oct. 8th at i . Terms Cash Potter s auction room 306 main St. 942-5770 Carl c. Potter auctioneer 0 Valuator Harewo ocl wanted who took inf for i top Quaty name Brand furniture of discount prices set Low of triad Lou at furniture Mart 166 main St. Lou is the owner manager sales Man shipper receiver and the janitor and is located in the Low rent area. 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Attractive Vinyl Wall covering in corridors and bathroom. Two High Speed elevators. Pressurized air conditioned corridors. Storage lockers. One and two bedroom apartments Avail Aiu for immediate occupancy. For rental information please Call 452-8239 or 284-4434 company manufacturers life Fly insurance i slurs Are Loo. At this Point i Aorist Quebec liberation front Chicken Hoodie soup s 4 pcs. 97c pumpkin pie Fiur ?.v5 39c Cranberry sauce 4 for 1.00 Kraft dinner or 4 for 1.00 Mir liquid debt gent 79c Tomato Juia stot 5 for 1.00 Sunflower seed Oil 99c Lisiy s pumpkin Tel or 29c leftists take Over in Bolivia continued Reynold s foil wrap Reynold s foil wrap ,2 49c 3 of 1.00 Al. Of. Kraft chips Avon Apple Juke Solo bread donuts House bread by fruit cocktail k. Who fruit cocktail fi7n_ Mucins Apple pies 49c 2 for 69c u of. Frodo Straw bottles coi Orange Jyce offs emptor crapes cabbage . Washington cold duct get can. No. 1 4forg9c 3 for 39c 2fo.b9c 5 u 7e fresh cranberries potatoes can. No. Z a whole or tar com u Al i 8wcha4wb of oct n. Or h n. Or 5 3 .acss1.00 or s for 1.00 in and a Efrain Suchalla and rear Admiral Alberto this morning. The country s largest labor 1 Union and student and professional organizations called a i general strike in opposition to i the rightists. The leftists i claimed control of Cochabamba 11 Bolivia s second largest City. A Brief bombing attack on the i presidential Palace in la Paz land a machine gun attack on i Miranda s command Post were i the Only violence reported in the i military Power struggle now in its fourth Day. There was no word of casualties. Groups of University students asked for arms to fight Miranda s forces and called for a gov i eminent that would be nation Alist of the left and with participation of workers and students. Miranda led a bloodless rebel lion sunday against president 1 Alfredo Ovando Candia another j general and Ovando resigned Early tuesday and took Refuge i in the Argentine embassy. Miranda then quit his army Post appointed a successor and named him with the nary and air Force commanders to a governing Jonta. Air Force of Krebs Loyal to Ovando countered by pro Teim i planning minister and Oscar minister of mines_an., bounced they were joining Torres the Junta a Natum wide curfew from Midnight until 6 . But the streets of la Paz already were virtually deserted and the Airport was closed after the attack on the Palace. Miranda claimed tuesday Satori that the Junta had control of the country and said it would apr a president soon. Torres issued a communique promising a government of military and j civilians including workers and those from the new Hani mex slide projectors arrive in Canada duty free. Winter fair tour 1 k Narf and Syvuk bk1s 15 n. Or 14 n. Or my re committee. He set up at fee la Paz air base

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