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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press Friday october 1970 talk thaws . Relations continued or. Ziegler listed the subjects As . Soviet relations the general problems of european Security which he added included the Berlin Issue the strategic arms limitation talks Salt the Middle East and also Vietnam. He declined to say where the emphasis was during the meet ing. In response to questions or. Ziegler said Cuba was not on the Agenda and that his under standing was that it was not Dis cussed. Or. Gromyko s statement in full said our talk with the president was a very interesting one. It touched upon questions of Bilat eral relations As Well As several International Ortance. I problems of would like in to express Hope that the meeting and the discussion will be of pan am auction Mart morning auction Sale of household goods paints electric tools sat., oct. 24 at . 156 Mcphillips Street antique brass bed antique leather top Coffee table circa 100 years old Coal Oil lamps Titano accordion 120 Bast 3 twitch sex. End. Med. Sized violin 2 new sofas and chairs new Gold and Green custom made Mediterranean sofa and chair new pumpkin color living pm. Suite student s desk Chetter cd and chair Windsor t.v., bar Ber chair new and used rugs and in de padding Black and Decker elec. Tools Oil pastel needlepoint pictures new and used clothing Large Quantity of Benjamin Moore s paints etc., 3 guns boys tkacs hand tools and Many Many other Good items. Also soc Suzuki Motorbike 1966 like new Loe Ostian auctioneer specialized liquidation estates and Antiques phone 775-7717 we sell on consignment or buy for Cash positive significance for the development of soviet-. Rela to top it All off or. Ziegler volunteered that a major part of the president s address Friday afternoon to the United nations general Assembly will Deal with soviet-. Relations. He said or. Nixon had been working on the speech thursday before or. Gromyko s Call. Furthermore it was explained on the . Side in response to questions that there had been what was termed some misunderstanding in mos cow As to Why or. Gromyko had not been received by the president when he came to the United nations last year. Hence the . Made known to the so Viet ambassador Here that if a meeting were requested this time an appointment would be by Max Steiman and sons bailiffs auction Sale of the fixtures and equipment of Dymont s business machines Ltd. On the premises 1360 Sargent ave. Wed., nov. 4 at 2 . Instructed by associated Commer Cial protectors Ltd., we will sell for business tax arrears and Hydro arrears the following 1 Hun Man 3 tier self serve counter 1 Tyler open self serve Freezer 1 quest 2 pot Coffee maker 1 a Nett hot food warmer 1 steel desk 1 wooden Steno desk 3 chairs 1 Steno chair 1 filing Cabinet and All other goods and chattels shall be sold to cover arrears under the landlord s and tenant s act. M. K. Sri min h. H. Steinun auctioneer Vij Diattra associated commercial protectors Ltd. 298 main St. Bailiffs 942-3397 granted. The net of thursday s meet ing As far As it was disclosed was an obvious joint Effort to get on with the several outstand ing Mutual problems and to for get or. Gromyko s charges against the United states in his . Speech on wednesday. The United states thus was acting in a Way to Wash out to a new hard line in foreign policy though this change has yet to be acknowledged on the Public record. The turning Point appears to have been the secret arrangement by which the Issue of a potential soviet missile submarine base in Cuba was resolved an arrangement also yet to be acknowledged on the Public record. But there was no reason to believe that the Nixon Gromyko meeting any More than the two dinner sessions or Gromyko had in new York with Secretary of state William p. Rogers had resolved or moved toward Reso Lution such critical issues As Salt and Berlin both under Active negotiation. The Middle East situation is acknowledged to be in a diplomatic impasse and Moscow it is Felt can do Little about Indochina. Deaths Springfield College professor Thomas o Connor told 16 of his favorite students he liked Popcorn and wanted to stage an International Popcorn festival. The Massachusetts students surprised him on his 45th birthday this week by stuffing hit car with 64 pounds of Popcorn that took them two Days to pop. Unable to drive to class o Connor gave neighbourhood kids the Okay to dig in so he could dig out. Envoy angers India continued Pontiac or Chei Economy models but a foreign ministry spokesman indicated strongly that the government was unhappy about heating s absence when mrs. Gandhi took off. I cannot say we Are Hurt but we have taken notice of the fact he did not turn up at the the spokesman said. Left scene 3 months glad to leave Montreal continued rent a car i j a u h a h 9423366 students set oct. 30 concert faculty members and Stu dents of the Brandon univer sity school of music will present four workshops in the schools and an evening concert oct. 30 in flin flon. The faculty members will conduct workshops in choral brass woodwind and piano and will take part with the students in the concert. The University band under conductor William Gordon will give two demonstrations of instruments in the schools and an evening concert nov. 20 in Moo Somin sask. Simpsons More than one watch is Cool. Caravelle a 27-year-old East Kildonan Man has been sent to jail for three months for leaving the scene of an Accident in which a 24-year-old Kingston ont., Man was killed instantly. Mervyn Douglas Peters of 500 Jamison Avenue suite 2, appeared before magistrate John Enns in provincial Magis trate s court thursday and pleaded guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of an Accident Laid under the criminal code of Canada and a charge of careless driving Laid under the Manitoba Highway traffic act. Proceedings were dropped on a third charge a criminal code charge of dangerous driving after the two guilty pleas were entered. Crown counsel Howard Collar Man told court that shortly after 11 . July 19, Peters ran into the rear of another car As both were proceeding West on Highway 1 near Plessis Road. Or. Collar Man said both cars swerved Over an embankment into the North ditch. Peters Man aged to wrest his car Back onto the Highway but then panicked and drove away. The other car court was told rolled Over several times As it went Down the embankment and the three occupants were thrown out. Duncan Archie Macdougall 24, of Kingston ont., died instantly while his 21 year old wife Bernadette sustained a broken Back and the couple s seven month old Daugh Ter was bruised. Or. Collar Man told court that Peters turned himself into the police later on the Day of the Accident. In speaking in behalf of Peters defence counsel Manly Israel said that his client had been trying to Light a cigarette and gotten Ash in his Eye and been temporarily blinded at the time he ran into the Mac Dougall car. Or. Israel said Peters had not thought anything serious had happened in the collision and had been unaware of the Fate of the occupants of the other car until he heard it on the radio later in the Day. The defence counsel said his client had called him immediately after hearing the radio broadcast about the death of or. Macdougall and that the two of them had then met and gone to the police. I however magistrate John j Toba government not so much for abilities but because am the 28th Man perhaps some of those people in Mon Treal May have seen a Motif in this. They May Hay thought that i too was Worth yes i thought there was need for All the h said. Apart from the Trenie Dou Security measures at the Church with police and men with two Way radios and binoculars everywhere the scene a notre Dame was like nothing else or. Hanuschak had Ever seen. There were about peo pie at the funeral but there was t a sound. He said even a a funeral one talks to someone he sees and recognizes shakes someone s hand passes a word of greeting. It was not like that he said that what Little conversation there was seemed forced and strained but no one really Felt like talking. The same solemn atmosphere prevailed at a reception for the visiting ministers at the Quebec Hydro offices after the funeral. The conversation naturally centred around the events that had happened in Quebec but it Alexander Jane Urie 80, of 950 Talbot Avenue. Alldritt Edgar Nipper Morton 61, of 143 Leila ave nue West Kildonan. Bell Joseph James 81, of 1356 Winnipeg Avenue for Merly with the greater Winnipeg water District. Bird Florence 91, of the convalescent nursing Home for Merly of 547 River Avenue. Bull Arthur Derek 34, of 69 Cobourg Avenue an employee of metro transit. Callaghan d. Frank 91, of Montreal. Campbell Edith 67, of Beau sejour widow of Alex Camp Bell Hornev Michael 54, of Etobicoke ont. Eagleson David m., 64, of 34 Kingston Row St. Vital for Merly with Darwin industries. Fidler Ernest 67, of Winnipeg. Guppy John 93, of Elm Creek Man. King John Jack Arcade of Swan River Man. Kirch Reevan 71, of Winnipeg. Koben Maxwell Eric Joseph 40, of Selkirk Man. Lepers Henry Walter 85, of 215 Spence Street Mcleod Ernest Edward 84 of Nanaimo . Moore Dysart Wilson 68, of 408 Westmount drive St. Boniface former Eaton s employee. Rehm Peter 66, of 270 Kil Bride Avenue West Kildonan. Sinclair William James of 1180 Grosvenor Avenue. Sopko Stanley 69, of 154 Bur rows Avenue. Warren mrs. Lloyd a. H. Carrie 87, of 195 went a North Street suite 9. Woolley mrs. David John 76, of 500 Simcoe Street. Zachray William Henry 70, of Treherne Man. For further information please see classified death notices by the Canadian press Johan Kopp 95, former head of the estonian Evangelic lutheran Church both in Estonia and in exile. Shreveport la. John t. Scopes 70, whose belief in Evo Lution led to the famed Monkey trial of 1925 of cancer. Was quiet this was subdued the Case later too Back at the hotel. Longer work Day sought continued there is Large cocktail bar in the lobby of the hotel and or. Hanuschak went Down to get a paper about 11 . There were about 50 people in there at the time. Usually by that hour a cocktail bar is a Lively place people talk or it was deathly quiet in the cocktail bar. People hardly spoke. There were few people on the streets too. People walked around slowly quietly. Every face was deep in thought. They were thinking about Only one no one really knew what was going to happen next or. Han use h a k said. Each person seemed to be asking himself who would be next. It could have been anyone. A businessman a politician even a Trade unionist who happened to be in the wrong Union. No one Felt very automatic transmissions band adj. 3 95 overhaul Dextran Oil it. .36 i time All work guaranteed Central automatics 1268 Strathcona St. 783 7408 anytime or 12 gorgeous Floribunda roses tastefully arranged in an Ivy thurs. Fri. Sat. Only available Only at Florist three ten Donald 942.3404 h now Oakview place senior citizens personal care nursing Home f special cart to taif cart we rent new apartment furniture Moder Nace furniture 222 Dormor ave it Albert 942-3279 featuring 24 or. Nursing care physiotherapy non sectarian religious services decor furnishings 6 dietary facilities Are designed to maintain an atmosphere As warm As the residents own Home. Complete recreational facilities licensed dining room cocktail lounge 3 acres of Park like property offering landscaping and gardening facilities. A Toi 888-3005 2395 Ness ave., St. James close to shopping centres calf i Enns viewed the Accident As a culmination of bad driving and noted that Peters had a previous driving record including an earlier conviction for leaving the scene of an Accident and two previous convictions for careless driving. The magistrate noted that Peters had been suspended from driving three times in the past and was driving on Proba Tion at the time of the fatal a at present teachers Are sup posed to be in school at . And then at . After a one and a half hour lunch. The school Board s proposal would have the teachers lunch hour Cut by 25 minutes have them in school 15 minutes ear Lier in the morning and stay an hour longer at night. The school Board submission maintains that evidence has Al ready been Given that Many teachers Are at school prior to . And that they use some of the hour and a half noon hour period to prepare material for their classes. School submitted that the proposed new working Day would be a hardship Only Jcj those teachers who have not been present in schools in and Vance of the time presently required. The school Board s position is that the extra time at school i would allow teachers All the facilities they would need to pre pare their lessons. Also principals could can meetings with out thinking they were imposing it s the watch h Olu tonary fiber Glass Case that s so Cotol Ortac y o u won t know it s on Wiles you loot. It s that and dig. Bahamas brings you co am straps in Vay out co outs. And what about he works Bahamas turns on with the f Amoos caravel 17 ice or precision movement. Digital r Roll Harmons Rar cd dial. And win Pritty s Onk s29-s5 not a of bread for Ike w sole Der 4, on the time of the teachers. Magistrate Enns imposed the i gds of maximum penalty a Fine of Eye Mcnary on the recess driving teachers got the half hour a Day charge but said he Felt penalty preparation time then it would on the leaving the scene charge an must be something More division pressing on Peters and there fore imposed the three month jail term. Meeting set for saturday As open meeting on the United various As a potty Tea str Maeirt and As a be Brm at 76 ant. Satt Day Atje Wmk inc vow the school Board also said the teachers have two months holi Day and elementary teachers have teachers aides which free them from twice a Day recess playground and Nova Hoar lunch room supervision which for will Cost 5113.200. The a Booi Board said no other single of Matoto Eye Drewia by school Rochers enjoy degree of aide has by to Fead Tare Duff available of both Simpsons scars stores Polo pork and Garden City fee of tatted and Bof flt in London. England. It Torii

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