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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press Friday october 9, 1970 nato liberals to pick Leader in 3 weeks is ilk. Priority by Dave Humphreys Blackpool England staff defence and National Security will be restored to their former priority As an honorable essential function of govern ment defence minister lord Carrington told the conserva Tive party conference Here. He said nato would remain Bri Tain s top priority. The defence of Britain rests upon the strength of the North Atlantic treaty Alliance and it must be the Cornerstone of our he said. He recognized the arguments for europeans shouldering a larger Burden in their own defence but he hoped United states forces would not withdraw for the involvement of the United states in Europe and the scale of her forces there Are vital to the credibility of the Alliance lord Carrington accepted for the government a conference Resolution calling for the strengthening of nato and for revision of Britain s defence pol icy to ensure British and Commonwealth Security and inter ests in the rest of the world and to rebuild reserves at Home. The nato part of the Resolution is timely because it follow by a week the first meeting of Side the regular twice year sessions of the nato Council o the alliances Europea at a meeting last week in Brussels the europeans considered ways of assuming greater share of the Burden the British took the approach o making a greater contribution of men and equipment. The West gemans preferred a straight Cash contribution to off set the Cost of . Forces. These possibilities Are expected to be taken up by the full ministerial meeting in de Cember. By Paul pih1chyn in a Little More than three weeks the Manitoba libera party will have a Leader and citizens May know by tuesday the names of most of the men who will seek the Job. Many in the party feel that the coming thanksgiving week end will be a time of decision for several of the men who will seek the leadership. One Man or. John Nesbitt has already declared himself a candidate. Or. Nesbitt former head of Dairy sciences at the University of Manitoba is said to have Strong support in Rural Manitoba although he has had Only one other Brush with Active political life. That was in 1968 when he made an unsuccessful bid for the Liberal Mon mation in thei Federal Riding of Marquette. Entering that contest at the last minute or. Nesbitt put to Gether a phenomenal Campaign and ended up losing to Rod Clement by Only 30 votes. Although or. Nesbitt is not regarded As a Strong Public Fig ure in greater Winnipeg his name is practically a household word in some parts of Rural Manitoba. It has also been said that though he does not project a dynamic image on the platform tie has a fantastic organizational team and is definitely not a Token candidate de signed Only to draw others into the running. It is understood that Winnipeg Awyer and tax consultant i. H. Asper is under extreme pres ure from certain factions in the party to declare himself _ candidate. However he has not made a decision yet. National Grain company president George Heffelfinger Long time Liberal supporter who had been expected to enter the contest has decided he won t seek the leadership. Active support is evident for a former metro councillor Charles Huband and for Mani Toba Liberal party president Stan Roberts. At least one and probably with of these men is expected to enter the race next week. Two other names considered As Strong possibilities Are Liber Al House Leader in the Manitoba legislature Gordon e. Johnston of Portage la Prairie and party executive director Peter Liba. Or. Johnston has led the party in the legislature since the defeat of party Leader r. W. Bobby Bend in the june 25, 1969, provincial election. Or. Bend resigned As party Leader a few Days later. The party with Only four members in the House has been without an official Leader since. There Are also those who be Lieve there will be a last minute candidate a Strong contender who won t enter the race until just Days before the oct. 30 and 31 leadership convention. This potential candidate is understood to be a prominent lib eral who has not been men toned in any previous Leader ship speculation. Chicago one half the pedestrian deaths in the . Occur from 6 . To Midnight. No ban on studs Here Manitoba in t going to ban Tungsten studs on Snow tires As Ontario is scheduled to do highways minister Joe Borowski said thursday. Studs Are Legal on tires in Manitoba from nov. ,1 to april 30 each year. Or. Borowski has just re turned from a roads conference in British Columbia where h said it was generally agreed b most provincial highways ministers that the studs should no be banned. He said Quebec had put a to of pressure on Ontario to change its ruling which Goe into effect april 30, 1971, be cause it is feared Quebec motorists will have to change their tires before entering Ontario. Or. Borowski said he would not be surprised if Ontario re versed its decision and allowed the use of studded tires to continue. The Ontario action was prompted by a study which showed the studs would do Sev eral millions of dollars Worth of damage if their use continued. A study undertaken Here by metro showed some Road deterioration caused by the use of the studs. Girls flirt with death Waltham Abbey eng land Reuters girls at a local savings and Loans society office flirted with death every morning when they propped open a door with an old wartime anti aircraft Shell. They did not know it was still live until a bomb disposal squad took the Shell away and detonated it. Old quotes used in Story Toronto up the Cana Dian press inadvertently car ried sept 22 a Vancouver Story which included year old quotations from Charles Bayley publications supervisor for the Van j conver school Board. J or. Bayley has advised Chi that the views he expressed at j that time about the Cost of mod-1 pm educational aids Are not necessarily applicable now. I up regrets distribution of this j Story and any embarrassment caused or. Bayley. Archdeacon is appointed Rev. Adam Cottis Rad Las been appointed Arco decor of is. Peter s Dyne of it Rev. Barry a Fentie. Aft raw Ruperts of Scese. Room Cut fraud general far As m Ress we focus its of lie he ome to Tkv Petts Law in is. Water Content Meadow Grasi is reduced from per cent in the farm process of Omaha water Content finally word on tem Knuths easy ways fora Nice girl to find out just How far to go. Away with Midi away with Tonguette at last the Wool Bureau gives the final word on Correct hem lengths. And the word is no More confusion. No More indecision or Are Only three new longer lengths for the new 1970 consult the charts below now and find out once and for All just How far All the Nice girls Are going this year 1 for daytime Wear the Correct longer length is exactly on the line made by the Start of the Bone below the knee. Not above. Not blow. And the Fash Ion is featherweight the mood softness. A born of Beautiful Wool fabrics. With featherweight Wool crepes and voiles fashioning the Silhouette of the new 1970 woman. 2 for the younger woman the word is flexibility. The height of propriety for her ranges from the Start of the Bone below the knee to the fullest part of the calf. While hems Are lower Youthful spirits Are heightened in supple Wool fabrics. In pleats or flounces. In Coats of magnificent Vel Vety wools that follow the Ngure to flare at the hem or dowdy wrap the body. In luxury. 3 for late Day Wear place your Little Finger ankle Bone and stretch your hand up your leg thumb up. Where me third Finger touches is the Correct longer length. For mis special time of Day the longer length dresses the 1970 woman with new dignity and refinement. The soft gentle weaves of Wool assure her an air of mystery and Power. Fashion has once toe Wool Bureau of cart to landed 2200 Yonge 12 Jhc last word in Mir acc fibres

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