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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press wednesday or tobit 14, 1970 ill r 1 or roast ground veal in. By the air powdered detergent Abby s Canada Choie. Peas a carrots Clover farm 10 of. Jar instant Coffee in mkt 3 in i soup 2 in. Box 14 Al. Of. Tin Fob Clark s 10 Al. Of. Tin Tomato or vegetable Fob Iii Fenily 4 Wuu Nabisco 34 of. Bathroom tissue 55c shred oies 59e Jarvix 121 Al. Of. Bleach Finz Jim Tor a Aero Wax 27 Al. Tin m of. Tin Sani flush soft. Iou x 12 in. Sara wrap in Coti 3 if. Kex detergent hive 2 la. Corn i Catiti or. Long Spaghetti Cut Macaroni Nabisco ii of. Shred Dies ruins 41 Al. O pm Apple 77c baby food 89c 49c of. 12c 55c a Mats applesauce Pacific Al. Of. Tin evaporated mkt s lettuce apples grape frn Chapes mosaic hears of Dang Solzhenitsyn play premieres ers continued straight Blanket demands upon government will not be successful he warned and urged the delegates to arrange requests on a priority heir Lasis. Indications Are that topics Ike the status of languages and he role of schools will attract a majority of the delegates he said. The Congress members were told to spend time on what is most important to and also to examine any special in Terest in the context of its Rele Vance to All minority groups and its Universal application. The Congress is a sincere and honest attempt by the two governments to recognize the mosaic and. To do something about preserving he said. In an afternoon press Confer ence Congress coordinator Gor Don Hancock said that the Congress is not designed to Lis ten to the pleadings of any Spe Cial interest groups and that All concerned must disregard parochialism. About 250 persons registered tuesday for the Congress. Organizers were expecting at least 300, and registration remains open to the Public for a fee. A special youth Section in the Congress is being held in the evenings to permit students who have classes during the Day to participate. The Federal and Manitoba governments and the University of. Manitoba Extension division Are sponsoring the Congress. Seminars work shops and guest speakers will occupy the delegates during the next three Days. Saturday at the plenary by Judith Ross Gerstel Minneapolis Minn. Spe Cial this american Prairi City of flour Mills and Glacia lakes tuesday night became the unlikely Centre of the literary and theatrical world. The occasion was the work premiere at the Guthrie theatre of the drama by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn the russian author who last week received the Nobel prize for literature. Originally entitled the love girl and the innocent the drama in its adapted form was called simply a play by Alek Sandr Solzhenitsyn. Because As director Michael Langham pointed out that s the significance of tuesday s performance also marked the debut Here of Langham formerly artistic director of Canada s Stratford theatre As artistic director of the Minnesota theatre com Pany. Canadian actor Brian pet Chey known to Winnipeg audiences for his work at the Ware House was the Star of the play with his Strong and affecting performance As the hero be room the the play was written More than eight years ago and was accepted for production by the Moscow contemporary theatre but was later banned. Solzhenitsyn s work All based on his term in a stalinist slave labor Camp have been banned in the soviet Union since 1966 and he was recently expelled from the russian writers Union. What Langham publicly referred to As a monster of play a military operation a 50 speaking parts and is ver much in the tradition of the great classical russian theatre. In the hands of a lesser to ent the tale of prison life Coul have been simply Stark am desolate. Solzhenitsyn however has coloured the bleakness wit so much tenderness humanity and credible emotion that the confines of the Camp seem no to exist. The author has brought his drama above the essential bar renness and hopelessness of its setting by his vision of humanity just As his protagonist Temov lifts himself above the ice Tessness of his prison term Angela Davis arrested continued by his refusal to Compromise himself. In , Nemo chooses t leave his love and tolerable conditions rather than share he with a Camp official. I be burned too Many com promises out of my soul to share he says. Intertwined with his desperate love which during the scene o its discovery sweeps up the audience in its joyousness Are harsh comments about soviet life. There Are references to prison terms of five years for concealing a volume of poetry and ten years for having but at one Point one of the characters said he is guilty not because he is anti communist but because his communism is too pure. The Core of the drama is the individual and his conscience he will not to participate in in ustice. In the telling of Man s struggle with himself Solzhenitsyn s stalinist prison Camp Erves As a microcosm of life it Elf. Langham has handled the Lay honestly and deftly. It is straightforward. But moving with moments of great theatre. The humor albeit grim is vital to the pathos and both Are haunting. The closing scene in which a Corpse is methodically stripped of its garments at the Side of the stage while the main action is going on is gripping. And just before the final blackout with the legs of the Corpse sticking grotesquely up wards from a shallow grave the love girl Lyuba lifts her arms in the attitude of the crucifixion while she is being frisked. The scene brought the open ing night crowd to its feet. Trust this 1 Symbol t for genuine gruyere process cheese from Switzerland session they will vote on resolutions which have been formula de from the discussions. The Congress seminars Are divided into four main areas languages status and education curriculum and text government services support for cultural activities and and special interest topics youth Organiza Tion s cultural exchanges Media the provincial government will consider the resolutions approved by the Congress for pos sible implementation. Many of the ethnic minorities in Manitoba Are represented at the Congress. In addition the government observers from both Ottawa and the other prov inces plus a few out of province delegates Are attending. The Congress closes saturday evening with a banquet at which premiered Schreyer will be the keynote speaker. Ethnic quilt urged blast rips Library Cambridge mass. A an explosion ripped through a Library of the Centre for inter National affairs at Harvard University Early today shortly after a female Telephone Calle warned Campus police. Archibald Cox former solicitor general and new a University Law professor told re porters it s a terrible mess up windows were blown out am a ceiling was rendered shreds of Concrete and Bent steel rods Cox said. After the Call two policemen checked the building waited outside for a few minutes then went inside to look for a bomb. As they entered the front door the explosion rocked the build ing. Neither policeman was Hurt nor were there other reports of injuries. Police said they found no one in the building. I Black woman accompanied by two men tried to Force him at. Gunpoint to take them from a Miami Beach to Bimini in the Bahamas. The Captain identified the woman from photographs As miss Davis but officials later determined that the report was false. The Captain s Story was Given widespread local Public Ity however. Because of the publicity from the false tip somebody spotted her and the Fri picked up her a Federal official said. Miss Davis a native of Bir Mingham ala., gained Public notice when she took a position As an acting assistant professor of philosophy at Urcla. An academically Brilliant pro Tege of marxist philosopher her Bert Marcuse she created a furore when in response to a question from the University Chancellor about her political activities she said she was a communist. During the summer she be came involved in the cause of the so called Soledad Brothers Black convicts awaiting trial on charges of murdering a Soledad prison guard Jan. 16. One of the three George Jackson 28, is the brother of Jonathan Jackson who brought the weapons into the san Rafael courtroom of Superior court judge Harold j. Haley where three other san Quentin con one Simpsons Sears record breaking Sale front Page in the free press of wed., i oct. 14, the following heading was omitted thurs. . Door opening specials limited quantities personal shopping Only this applies to All items shown on the Bottom of the Page. Boys sport shirts Bath towels flatware men s pants Long sleeve sport shirts Flannelette Chenille bedspreads panty Girdle Windshield solvent vices were on trial aug. 7. Corning Ware Saucepan set English Coffee mugs girls Viz Price panty Hose Daisy fresh bras Vinyl stretch boots ski socks these items on Sale thursday . Only while quantities last by Ron Kustra ethnic communities in Canada must weave their cultural differences into a proud consciousness of Canadian diver sity so that they will develop a sense of the country s history. Thus hopefully. Canada can come to grips with its exclusive National identity. That was the theme prof. Watson Kirkconnell offered to i delegates at the Manitoba to i Sakr Congress banquet tuesday. J every person whatever his origin ought to be proud of the cultural achievements of his ethnic group in world history land thereby inspired to a con j Tributino in his own style to the cultural life of i prof. Kirkconnell from Wolf Vine. . Told the Dele Gates that his Ideal for the failure of Canada is not a cultural mosaic where the ethnic traditions have each been pre j served for their own Sake but a cultural tapestry where the gifts i of All have been Woven into i i a single National i later he added 1 it is not enough to produce a 1 Brief cultural euphoria in each ethnic group on its Way to sex j Tinct on. We must seek to weave a plurality of cultural strands i into a single prof. Kirkconnel lashed out at the contemporary mass Media of North America for i producing a homogenized Civi Liz taxi Flavoured with Rock music and he promoted the idea of an a nations bookshelf and an a nations header. The latter whom give Canadian students a comprehension of the Taman no bitty of All the stocks making up the Canadian Pride in one s part Sec word be based not on votaries Over one s tace greatness s forebears m face Ere Iwa Matwiy of Art awl a see nil plan to attend the Manitoba mosaic Congress october 14-17------- hotel fort Garry Winnipeg Manitoba the question Manitoba mosaic melting pot salad bowl or impossible an in depth study and evaluation of our cultural heritage local National and International resource personalities seminars and workshops which invite your participation u education b language 0 government services d special interest 1 youth groups 2 organization 3 cultural evaluation 4 Media and communication seminar times to . Thursday october 15th to noon Friday october 16th workshops to . Friday oct. 16th fina1pienary session to hear resolutions saturday oct. 17th . To . Registration per person banquets open to the Public thursday oct. 15th guest of takes s. 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