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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 20, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaIf you Don t do of it won1 get done give the United Way Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 78 no. 19 Price 10 cents comics 15 cents tuesday october 20, 1970 a unrest . . Moonrise . Moonset . Forecast sunny 30 and 60. Ruling on ban refused Manitoba is rebuffed on egg War bid by Paul Pihi Chyn Manitoba has failed to have the supreme court of Canada Rule on the constitutionality of a Quebec ban on eggs from other provinces attorney general a Hackling of Manitoba appeared before the court in Ottawa monday and was told that such matters were not within the jurisdiction of the highest court in Canada. At a news conference in Winnipeg monday night or. Mack Ling said the supreme court Dis missed Manitoba s application to hear the Case against Quebec legislation which has effectively banned inter provincial Trade in eggs broiler chickens and turkeys. No reason was Given other than it was not within the supreme court s jurisdiction or. Mackling said. He said Manitoba will now Likely enforce similar Trade restrictions with As a retaliatory measure. Regulations for the Manitoba ban were drawn up two weeks ago but were not enforced Pend ing the supreme court action. It is expected that the restrictions will be put into effect Friday. To say we Are disappointed at the court s reaction is a Gross overstatement. We had hoped the judges would have pondered the question and at least re served or. Macklin said. Manitoba contends the que Bec ban on inter provincial Trade is in contravention of the Brit ish North America act. It had been cur Contention jobless reduction urged economic Council recommends Federal budget surplus by Victor Mackie Ottawa staff unemployment in Canada now at 6.9 per cent is twice As High As it should be the economic Council of Canada said in its report on the performance and potential of the Economy from the mid-1950s to the mid-1970s. Reducing this High level of no reply received govt. Repeats offer unemployment must therefore be considered in human so Cial and economic terms As a matter of the highest the Council warned the govern ment. The Council also recommended that the Federal fiscal policy should in the next years at achieving a Small by sustained High employed Budge surplus. This recommendation to Thi government came one wee after finance minister e. J Benson announced in the com Mons that special expenditures being made by the administration partly to try to ease please see jobless Page 4 abductors promised Safe passage to Cuba o in Exchange for release of James Cross Montreal up the offer of Safe passage to Cuba for the terrorist kidnappers of British Trade commissioner James Jasper Cross has been repeated by Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec. The offer was first made sat urday night before it was known that another Kidnap victim Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte had been killed by his captors. It then applied in both cases but warrants have been issued for two men believed involved in the Laporte Kidnap Ping. Renewing the Safe conduct offer monday night or. Bour Assa designated the Canadian expo 67 Pavilion on St. Helen s Island in the St. Lawrence rive As the proposed rendezvous. The Pavilion would become territory please see Bourassa Page 2 Borowski orders 6 to North that have the supreme court did jurisdiction Over such matters but it appears that the court is one of Appeal he said. Continued please see ruling Page 14 by Egon Frech six employees of the Dauphin Branch of the provincial High ways department have been or dered u Northern Manitoba by transportation minister Joe Borowski. Four of the men were among six disciplined by or. Borowski in August but reinstated by the Manitoba civil service commis Sion last week following three Days of Appeal hearings. They were Cliff Small nor Man anger Raymond Prysunka and Wallace Campbell. Two others Mervin Kahoot and de Griffin who were also disciplined but did not Appeal have been reinstated by the highways department and transferred to the North. Or. Borowski said tuesday that the transfers were not additional punishments but it is in j de stood All the men Are of j posed to the transfers. Most of changes in transcontinental i them Nave to mitts and own up rail changes opposed passenger services suggested by Nomus Canadian Pacific railway were Given a wide berth with few reservations by those presenting briefs at a resumed sit Ting of the Canadian transport commission held monday at the Manitoba legislative building. The Public hearings into up rail s proposals to reduce costs scheduled for August were delayed pending a judgment by the court of Queen s Bench re lating to the commission s president. J. Pickersgill. Up rail has asked the com Mission for approval of a rationalization plan to help offset losses. This plan would include reduction from daily ser vice to thrice weekly on the up rail s the Canadian 1 r o m Montreal and Toronto to Van Couver. Between mid october to increases of 10 per cent in coach fares and 25 per cent in the All inclusive Sleeper fares. Placing limits on numbers of cars to be used on the Ca i acadian s transcontinental runs j submissions by the provinces of Manitoba and Alberta that the rationalization plan leaves much to be desired found sup port in the Brief presented on behalf of the City of Winnipeg. The nub of the City s Somis Swa is it in t satisfied with the plan pot Forward by the Rai Way. Said Winnipeg solicitor George hairier son who presented the Brief for k. B. Peters. City solicitor. What appears to be a up or. He said Dauphin area he ordered the transfers at the request of District Engineer in Dauphin. Continued please see Borowski Page 2 photo by Gerry Cairns six year Elds Don t often Check into hotel room but when the six year old is a big Bear who s Foint to argue Dave Rothstein of the hotel Fin ferry hands Over a room key As Tapa one of the hockey playing bears Here with the Moscow circus checks in. Trainer Juan Dolin Cev looks on to see that his hockey player is properly registered. The bears on ice act is one of Many expected to thrill Large audiences this week in the Winnipeg Arena. Meanwhile. Or. Rothstein is making sure Tapa has no reason to be upset about the hotel service. Tight Security imposed Montreal up one of the heaviest concentrations of surgeon and family murdered five bodies found in Pool of California Home Santa Cruz California a the bound bodies of an Eye surgeon his wife their two sons and a Secretary were found monday night shot and dumped into the swimming Pool of their palatial Home which was destroyed by fire. Each of the five victims had been shot once in the Back of the head and the physician had a second wound in the Back sheriff Doug James told a news conference. We have no he said. Patches of blood stained the Cement apron around the Pool. Two cars blocked the grounds to gymnast Hopes decades were today for the politicians in in Montreal funeral of murdered Pierre la Porte Quebec Cabinet minister who was kidnapped and yield hostage for a week before being slain. The funeral in historic notre Dame Church at 3 . Cd was private and simple with the Public excluded. But delegations from the Federal provincial and City governments were there. About 100 members of Parlia ment attended from Ottawa with prime minister Trudeau. The 103 members of the Quebec National Assembly attended As Well As the full Montreal City Council. Please see tight Page 4 dimmed the chances that Winnipeg will be successful in a bid to hold the 1974 world gymnastics championships Here Are slim Flayer Steve Juba indicated monday at .3 meeting of win Peg City Council. The mayor told Council that information Given him monday afternoon would indicate that it might not be worthwhile to Pend Money on sending a Dele action from the City to the International gymnastic Congress in Yugoslavia oct. 30. The deadline for applications to hold the gymnastic meet has already passed said mayor Juba but Arthur Gander pres ident of the International gym Nastic federation has offered to move the application period be the House Between Santa Cruz and sequel about 100 Miles South of san Francisco. No notes or other signs left by the killers were reported discovered and James said no sign of struggle was found in the House. Please see surgeon Page 14 citizens hate extended. Information Given the mayor monday however indicated that one unspecified country please see gymnast Page 14 see stories on Patei 38, 40 student picked by nip by Ron Campbell Pilot Mound Man. Staff the Youthful picture of the by election in the Federal constituency of Lisgar was completed monday night when 23-year-old Gary Enns was selected As the Ottawa up Liberal Steve Otto York East told the commons monday that a lot of canadians hate our or. Otto the list speaker of the Day in the throne speech debate said Canadian society is both stratified and ill with 65 per cent of its citizens in a dead end situation that left Vio Lent revolution the next we have two established and the Divesta or. Otto said and parliament represents Only the established. In Toronto he said a Man could work All his life to reach salary level of a year and have to spend half of it for de cent accommodation. He hates our or. Otto said. Can you blame these people for being ready to grab at any Bud Orange territories said the govern ment must change its attitude towards the rights of the native people of the North. He said treaties signed in 1921 Between Ottawa and the Indian people of the Mackenzie River English troops Sot we Romr asks French for French by Victor Mackie Ottawa staff credit Ste Leader real Caouette complained in the commons tuesday that members of the Canadian armed forces assigned guard duty on his Home in Quebec could not speak French. He urged the government to ensure that where members of the armed forces were assigned duty in French Canada they be French speaking. Or Caouette voiced annoyance that Royal Ca Nadian mounted police and provincial policemen assigned guard duty on his House in Hull had been removed. They were replaced by members of the Canadian army who could Only speak English and mrs. Caouette can Only speak French. This had Tad to difficulties. Defence Merisier Dona Macri Onam said be Toad Lac tuft Istir of or. Be Shilo troops Fly to Quebec additional support troops have i been flown to Montreal from 1 Canadian forces base Rivers. An armed forces spokesman said today. J certain elements of the 3rd 1 regiment of the Royal Canadian desc Libyn a funny kind of Montreal Marc nation wide warrants for car it in Tion with the Cross Laporte kid a cabbie and Paul Rose 27, 3s contested elections i the area n e w democratic party n o m i Valley Are a disgrace. Inc. In no Way today a gov i a third year honors English Ern ment get away with the kind i and German major at the uni a of treatment that was meted out a varsity of Manitoba or. Enns Jin 1321." will run against 27-year-old be that As it May. Those i Farmer Jack Murta. For the pro j treaties have not been Jarc Shive conservatives and 25- or. Orange said a first step year old lawyer j for the liberals. Or. Enns. Whose parents. Or. J and mrs. Frank f. Enns Are i former teachers in the Gretna. Man. Area promised to cancel All his classes at die University until election Day nov. 16. In j i order to work desperately hard to ensure nip Success. I in the balloting for the nomination he won by a majority i vote Over Glenboro District i Ken Hanssen. Correct the situation be to define Chr rights of native people. Please see canadians 5 students stationed at Camp Shito near i Brandon and Are attached to the no. 1 combat group of Calgary. With a Chip on his Shoal j an official of Gamma Ltd. J Der who was involved with a which operates taxis i the City i if today Nodars Index pm pm 20 com a fac Max 23 3? 7 11 12 25 v3 23 15. Ink Fth attn militant taxi Drivers group in said Carbonneau moved from Montreal. One Job to another and fre Quentin disappeared for Days at Hull woman charged to Carbo Naeata was believed separated from his wife. He was involved in a violent demonstration at the premises of mar Ray hid Limo Feine serv Hull. Joe. Up to Moe ice Ltd. Oct. 7. 1969, during of Deschamps. A 27-year-om if Hoo police strike. Woman to said she was had among taxi Drivers protesting and tortured by terrorists last Murray Hafl s monopoly on Friday night. Been charged from Montreal by Poike pm bloc mischief. Imero Jamul Airport be Syf moral. A Sisiam police a Fifik m of saw tuesday Flat an from toy official ramp Art w Jess Vuk or to for the new Active in student politics. Or. _ Eims is president of the Mani a tee of tattle care Toba association of students. And is on the University of Manitoba planning committee. Stage sit ins please see u student Page 4 Montreal up students at the University of Montreal continued meeting monday to discuss strategy in their opposition to the invocation of the War measures act meetings and sit ins Wen also held at several other orivers ties and Jumior colleges w Uve province. The of Quebec Catt

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