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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press saturday Octroi in 17, 1970 11 Frank Ellis aviation Pioneer and historian who took part in i the first news coverage flight to Winkler in 1920, lives in Van Couver and is a contributing writer for several aviation publications. It was incorrectly reported changing role of Engineer debated during 3-Day talks the Engineer and resource wednesday in the Winnipeg management conference the free press that or. Dead. Empire hotel main ind York in the brass rail Vic Davis Caliope t starting monday the comme Cheros free parking after 5 . Main for York m 4 m Manitoba pedal pushers club presents Thompson at the Hammond Organ Friday oct. 30 St. Mary s Academy concert Hall Academy re. And Wellington Crescent ticker adult children under 12 50c available Only at . Mclean co. Ltd. Edmonton Graham 942-4231 Ellis is past three Days in Winnipeg was either the end of an Era or the beginning of another. Members of the engineering j Institute of Canada Region 1 Winnipeg Branch Are inclined to believe it is a beginning and the 4 list of speakers of other Dis f Cip lines is a sign that the 100 i year reign of the Engineer who built the railways and powered the nations without any inter Ference in his decisions is Over. Prof. Edward Kuiper professor of Hydraulic engineering at the University of Manitoba probably said it Best Friday afternoon we Are no longer rulers of our own Domain. Peo ple should make Deci Sions not he said historically for 100 years engineers led the Way but lately their Powers have been questioned because of the Aims and objectives of the Public. Canada should have a National resources development plan he said because the intensity of interference from society has in creased. And he agreed it should be so. Prof. Kuiper said the Pyramid of decision where the Engineer was King should be reversed with the decision now coming through the politician who re presented the thinking of the social strata. He advocated a vertical Exchange of ideas in the planning Chain with solutions being found through the whole professional spectrum through the elected representation. This is great for Clear poli cies and great to Exchange ideas. The objectives derive from social needs Basic information alternate plans design production and management. Engineers should not make the decisions which have been the particular plan for transferring water is advantageous in the amount of a million dollars a he said an attempt should be made to separate As clearly As possible the engineering and physical facts from emotional or subjective judgments on the South Indian Lake settlement motor hotel Mcphillips notre pame tonight the comme Cheros leg cramps try Calcium . For the Relief of painful leg cramps try pleasant tasting Calcium Zurich. Insist on the genuine Label of Zurich. Only for 8 of. And available at All drug and depart mint Storti. Dale Carnegie classes now forming Confidence communication leadership enthusiasm motivational Selling for men and women presented by Norman l. Associates 402 265 Portage Avenue Winnipeg 942-2634 res. 837-8737 a miss inv of Hope in ourselves and others in Christ in the Church today in the future Hope will be experienced at a Parish Mission this week during which there will be a Community Celebration of penance the eucharist Benediction of the blessed sacrament and sermons preached by Rev e. Macgillivray . And Rev. R. Macdougal . Sunday monday tuesday and wednesday . St. Vital . Church 1639 Dembina Highway fort carry 19, Man. Everyone Welcome result of their Wori and can be he said. He denied a charge from the floor that the Engineer would be abrogating his response in summation he said Deci Sions should not be made in isolation and the Aims of the people should be known. We have to know what kind of life we want. Is the present life desirable Many goals us ing the resources of the country can Only be reached by sacrificing what we have prof. Kuiper said. Barrell Laird president of Monarch life Assurance co., told the 129 delegates As we use resources As we encounter the specifics of use of Conser vation and preservation i think we must try to do so with a Width of View that takes in the surroundings the length of View that takes in the past and at the very least see the present As a prelude to the fun d. W. Craik consulting Engi Neer said with the Power scientists and engineers have acquired to alter or destroy the environment and indeed the human race they cannot in con science neglect their social responsibility. Most projects the Nelson River development for instances have intangible As Well As tangible ramifications. Perhaps time will sort out the contradictions of this classic sol Sinclair director of Natu ral resources and a professor of agricultural economics at the University of Manitoba said re cent changes in the Cabinet at Ottawa presage a Strong Initia Tive for a National action pro Gram directed toward Environ mental Quality control. Students say act too much in the eyes of at least some University of Manitoba Stu dents the Federal government s invoking the War measures act on Friday is an example of Over reacting and the act should be rescinded As soon As St. Paul s College student Union president Michael bores Kie in a letter sent yesterday to Justice minister John Turner said his College s student body has serious reservations about the of the govern ment s actions. Although we realize that per haps we do not have Access to certain information to which you and your colleagues have Access we still have doubts that the situation in Quebec Threa tens the safety of the state to the extent that human freedoms must be however we in no Way sympathize with the terroristic activities of the front de libera Tion do or. Boreski is concerned that in such instances As this co orc Linatore appointed by Toupin health and social develop ment minister Rene e. Toupin has announced appointment of in. Janet Fontaine Winnipeg health Liaison coordinator with the Manitoba Indian brotherhood As a member of the welfare advisory committee. The minister said committee Board members Are appointed As far As possible from among persons representing wide rang ing areas of the province who Are considered to be Able to Nake a special contribution to the committee s work. Members serve the minister in an advisory capacity on All matters related to legislation policy and programs in the area of social development. Also they establish rates paid by the province to child care agencies and they act As an a peal Board for applicants or recipients of welfare regarding decisions made by provincial or municipal welfare offices. Poster ordered removed continued mrs. Una Decter is chairman of the committee and other members Are Isaac Beaulieu Winnipeg mrs. Kathleen Daushka Portage la Prairie mrs. Ethel Deschambault Thompson prof. C. G. Gifford Winnipeg mrs. Grace god Maire Minnedosa Ferdinand Gui Boche Camperville mrs. Doreen Hrabowicki the Pas Joseph Keenan Winnipeg mrs. Marie Paulette Murphy Winnipeg Paul Nimchuk Winnipeg Sam Sheps Winnipeg Joseph Stadnyk Brandon mrs. Hilda towers Winnipeg. Lot anticipate any consequences irom the incident and expected or. Hall would open the store As usual saturday. He denied reports that his Magazine Canadian dimension was there is no truth in that and no or. Gonick said he has not seen the poster in question and has not been in the store for about a week. They the police were just out to intimidate this fellow. It did t work and i Don t think the trouble is Worth it for an in Nocent he said the store handle very Little literature dealing with the Fly. It is used As a meeting place by the Manitoba Waffle group women s libera Tion group and other organizations. The phrase inalienable human rights becomes just a rather empty later in the letter he states there is always the danger that police May use these Powers to engage in a general suppression of All separatist opinion and the separatists have just As much right to their political opinions As do liberals conservatives and new to speak on Flavin a lecture on the sculpture of Dan Flavin an american artist who works exclusively with Neon lights will be Given by Brydon e. Smith curator of contemporary Art at the National gallery of Canada at . Monday in the Engi Neering theatre of the Engineer ing building University of Manitoba. City Folk More than two out of every three canadians Are Urban dwellers. St. Amant society Bingo for retarded children game no. 17 called i new elegance for today s suite set see 5 paper for winners and new game s away from Industry and traffic wide open space with gently flowing Creek. Landscaped play ground. Party and recreation facilities. Indoor swimming Pool and Sauna indoor parking. Super special super saving for immediate or future posses Sion Bachelor 1 bedroom special 2 bedroom Start at 3 bedroom 5270 special to include Light Power water drapery throughout coloured All Concrete Structure fire pro fridge and stove. Mail delivery tested spacious suites. To each suite. One year parking at no charge Chrom luxe electric heat with for uncompleted amenities individual room control. Large recessed balconies. Carpeted pressurized corridors. Elegant lobby Entrance with Security system doors. Guest suites. Oft Portage ave. Fast routes from anywhere in Winnipeg. Large locker in All suites. Laundry rooms on All floors. Three High Speed elevators. Visit our furnished display suites saturday and sunday 1 . 9 . Weekdays 9 . 9 . Victoria arms 700 setter St. Phone 888-8490 after hours 334-5358 the proposal for a National Council is one we should All sup port. However a Council is in sufficient. It will need the guid Ance for resource use and environmental Quality standards that can Only flow from re search Kris Kristjanson assistant general manager Manitoba Hydro made reference to the Southern Indian Lake flooding controversy. He said the Tennessee Valley authority seven Sisters Mcarthur Falls were All opposed. In each Case difficulties were resolved and constructive action taken. The Hydro spokesman said investigations have shown that a travel bargains to. V .00 w Rogers Gromyko meet United nations a the first of two meetings Here Between state Secretary Wil Liam p. Rogers and soviet for eign minister Andrei a. Gro Myko has failed to remove . Concern about Kremlin intent on major International issues. This was reported by . Officials Early today following a four hour session Between the two foreign ministers that lasted until nearly Midnight Fri Day night. The Middle East peace Effort and alleged soviet truce violations improvement of conditions for West Berlin and presi Dent Nixon s latest proposal for peace in Indochina were among the items discussed. I d describe the atmosphere As Businesslike not unfriendly . Spokesman Rob Ert j. Mccloskey said after Ward. A followup meeting is scheduled monday night . Strategists have been concerned that the soviet Union May be veering toward a Tough cold War line. They have been particularly upset by what they term blatant soviet violation of the .-sponsored Middle East truce by putting new missiles into the Suez standstill zone. . Officials said Rogers raised the violations Issue but did not show Gromyko . Aerial photos of the new missile installations. They also said Gromyko denied any soviet Vio lations As Moscow has previously. In general they said the american Side still came away with questions As to whether the soviets Are seriously interested in finding ways to reach a mid dle East settlement earlier in the Day the . Effort to get Arab israeli peace talks going suffered another set Back from a strongly anti-. Speech by Egypt s foreign min ister Mahmoud Riad. I Paulley names five to Barber examining Board labor minister a. R. Ross Paul Fey has an Omeed appoint ment of five men for two year terms on the Manitoba Barbers examining Board. Employees will be represent Jed by Marvin j and Joseph Herman both of i Winnipeg and Wiliam c. Emery of Brandon. Employers j representatives will be john1 mild Rod of Winnipeg and Georfe e. So Tali of branded. The Board s Sef Wudi member employers is women today j women today involved committed dedicated. H. U. Spidal directory of women s organizations which will be published this fall by the Winnipeg free press. We sf7 reference concerning the officers and activities of women s organizations throughout the Winnipeg area. Political social Community religious cultural philanthropic educational and homemaking organizations making important contributions to the enrichment of the Community will be included make sure your organization is among them. Fill out the form below today. There is no charge for this service. Please Type or print the name of organization chapter is an organization devoted to of City purpose of organization it was founded locally. Year nationally. Year its special or annual activities for the coming year include include dates if possible the organization has members who Are led by these officers the group meets frequency of meeting on Day of meeting where photo no on file daytime Telephone number of president. Not be husband s name if officers Are married or widows. Canadian National Harom Evita Sam term Focas yet to Fermi he Patumi my pc Darrot this completed form along with a non tinted photo at least 2x3 of f dub president. They should be submitted to. Women today wimp to fret press Street wive Mac 2 by cock Goober 23 v is i w

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