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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press Friday october 16, 1970 mass arrests staged continued Chartrand Gagnon and Lem Cux spoke to a rally thursday night at which students voiced approval of the political Aims of Hie separatist terrorist front de liberation do Quebec responsible for the two kidnapping. Chartrand is the outspoken Leader of the Montreal Central Council of the confederation of National Trade unions. Gagnon and Vallieres both have appeared before Quebec courts on charges in connection with terrorist activities. Larue Langlos once headed a committee agitating for the re lease of Gagnon and Vallieres while the pair awaited court a p e a r a n c e s on the charges against them. At the rally attended by about students thursday both Gagnon and Vallieres urged Quebe cers to join the social and political revolution for Quebec Independence from can Ada. They also expressed support for the Fly Mani festo read Over the French Lan Guage television network of the Csc last week in accordance with a Ransom demand for the release of the two kidnapped officials. T. Bruce Ross Centre received an honorary doctor of Law degree at fall convocation ceremonies at the University of Winnipeg thursday night. The honorary degree wat presented by the Chancellor of the University Paul h. T. Thorlakson while or. W. C. Lockhart president of the University Robes or Ross. Kremlin modifies Mideast policies Moscow special tons garage raided o As watchdog slumbers Winnipeg police Are looking for thieves believed on Friendly terms with a watchdog which they locked up wednesday while robbing a City service Sta Tion. Police said the dog a German Shepherd had been left As a guard at Concord service Sta Tion at notre Dame Avenue and Mcphillips Street. The owner found the dog sleeping in a lucked office wednesday and missing from a Safe. Police said the thieves May have gained entry to the build ing by forcing a rear door. The Kremlin made two charges in ils publicly declared Middle East policy thursday in a major pravda article that struck some observers As offer ing the possibility of a More flexible soviet approach. Western sources said both changes had been com Borders at a number of both were clearly in munic ated months ago through diplomatic channels however. One was a proposal to establish peace in the Middle East after a first stage of israeli withdrawal from occupied Arab Ter instead of insisting on Otal withdrawal before a bind no peace was proclaimed. The intimate goal remained total withdrawal. This shift was re sorted from the United nations i june and july where it was Een As a soviet Concession. The second was a proposal that United nations troops be used to secure Middle Eastern Points instead of being con fined to the Gaza strip and Sharmel sheikh. This shift was made last year Western sources said though it was not included in a comprehensive pravda statement of soviet Middle East policy Jan. 27. Thursday s statement did not include an apparent soviet policy change put Forth in a no Vostry press Agency pamphlet two weeks ago. The pamphlet suggested that Israel 1967 Borders could be modified in a final settlement after israeli rooms had withdrawn to those Borders. Analysts differed As to whether this envisaged ultimate israeli retention of some Tern ories occupied in 1m7, or fur ther Arab encroachments on israeli territory the latest statement bore the ame title Jan. 27 pravda statement the Road to a just there s a wonderful world of watches at Peoples i choose from a wide selection 01 Omega s a Spires by High Kremlin think ing. The timing of the thursday statement May have been More significant than its contents according to the analysts. Some thought it should be viewed with the Kremlin denial of a submarine Bale in Cuba and the departure of a soviet submarine tender from Cuba tuesday. Taken together events might mean the Kremlin is signalling Washington that it wants to Stop the diplomatic and propaganda Battle of recent weeks Vand get Back to More productive possibly private dialogues. What has been seen Here As a . Campaign to discredit soviet motives and policies has aroused great indignation in the press and among some officials. The same people who Are Indig Sone analysts thought the plural suggested More of a demilitarized ring around Israel than the singular. The pravda proposed the pair seek Asylum Ankara a the Turk ish government will reject the soviet government s demand for extradition of the father and son who hijacked a soviet Airliner thursday if the pair can establish a valid political reason for seeking Asylum a government Security official said today. The soviet government demanded the return of Brazin Skas Koro Yero 46, and his son a1 g e d a a 18, who commandeered a twin engined an-24 with 48 other persons aboard and forced it to land at the Black sea port of Trabzon. A stewardess was killed and three Crew members were wounded in the hijacking. A spokesman for the turkish foreign ministry confirmed that the pair had asked for Asylum. He said that if a True political motive could not be established the hijackers would be treated As common criminals and Possi Bly handed Over to the soviet authorities even Turkey and the soviet Union do not have an extradition treaty. The Security official said the hijackers probably would be tried in Turkey on charges o murder and other felonies Given Asylum. The plane operated by the so Viet government airline Aero Flot was seized 10 minutes after i took of from the Georgia town of Batu i on the easter Man sought in break ins Winnipeg police said Friday they Are seeking a Man believed responsible for at least three recent break ins in Winnipeg. The Man is described being 18 to 20 years old As 150 to head soils group or. R. J. Soper professor of soil science at the University of Manitoba has been appointed head of soils at the joint food and agriculture organization of he International atomic Energy Agency division of atomic Energy in food and agriculture n Vienna Austria. Pounds with fair hair clean shaven and wearing Blue jeans and a three Quarter length coat. Police said the break ins which All occurred this month took place on Palmerston ave nue Roslyn Road and Honey Man Avenue. Police said that in each in stance locked doors were forced open. Free press meetings the Keystone Nite stand will meet at 8 . Sunday in the Board room of the free press building 300 Carlton Street. Free parking first hour at the selection Quality unconditional guarantee eve instant credit Peep Man s Omega grand sport automatic yellow Gold Colour Case adjustable Bracelet Luminous dial Waterproof Shock protected. Oflga lady s manual shape Case Dressy mesh 14 it. Gold filled Cushion Bracelet. Type i. Omega lady Romalic elegant dress watch. 14 it. Gold filled Case round unbreakable Crystal automatic movement. 0 Spur Malti professional Chronograph that went to Moon. Tacky prod to meter scale Waterproof. Steel Bracelet starless steel Case. Us your no Money of ont c Rodin Jgwo Llars downtown 271 to Polo mtg shotting onto cant tajik Plaza Nant seem unable to recognize . Outrage Over egyptian and soviet violations of the Middle East ceasefire or a . Regret Over Lack of Progress in settling problems like Berlin and Viet Nam. If the Kremlin is signalling now it May be responding to Hopes expressed last weekend by Secretary of state William Rogers for More productive negotiations with soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko. One analyst said that while thursday s statement might be a sign that or. Gromyko would be interested in serious bargain ing the fact that it was Public might also put on the flexibility at any Price. The statement May also have been intended to show Egypt reorienting itself after the death of president Nasser that the so Viets ready Are interested in peace but not in peace at any Price. Like the january statement and the Novosky pamphlet the thursday statement declared the right of All Middle East states to a secure and Independent National this is soviet language recognizing Israel s right to exist. Like the earlier statements it said a settlement of the Middle East conflict requires an end to the israeli occupation of Cap tured Arab territories an end to the state of War the establish ment of a state of peace and recognition of the rights of the Arab people of Palestine to repatriation or compensation. The new statement seemed to some analysts to put More emphasis on the problem of the palestinians than the earlier ones though it proposed no new ideas for solving it it cited the Security Council Resolution of nov. 22, 1967, and questioned the sincerity of Israel s endorsement of the Resolution. It made no mention of the fact that neither Syria nor the Palestine guerrillas have endorsed the Resolution. J the pravda statement and the Novosky pamphlet both spoke of a binding agreement Between the arabs and Israel to establish peace a phrase miss ing from the january document thursday s statement said israeli withdrawal from the occupied areas and establishment of peace Are originally inter it then outlined these Steps that the two sides reach an agreement through the medi j anon of representative gun Nar jarring. That the moment this i agreement is presented to the i United nations Al sides most j j refrain from actions oot tragic Ting the ending of the state of j that the s not very bar of s c of of Cor. Shemae Lutyi Nelcar c e _ Crossroads Hoff inc Gentic 222-si cart on Ott shotting onto a Gladstone Dat Sun motors of Transcona Dat Sun 1157 772-Tffs to i

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