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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaExclusively in today s weekend Canada s leading rotogravure Magazine take care of the Little blips the blips Are planes and the men watching them Are air traffic controllers Page 4 should we abolish schools education and schooling Aren t the same according to Ivan Illich Page 10 the unknown girl from Pei Grade Finley of Anne of Green Gables found real recognition at expo 70 Page 18 even Joe Namath was a kid once gang brawls in Grimy steel town helped develop the Best in football. Page 20 and in the shirts and skirts fashion standbys Page 8, weekend Magazine Winnipeg free press final i vol. 78 no. 23 Price 10 cents with comics 15 cents saturday october 24, 1970 Sunrise . Moonrise . Sunset . Moonset . Forecast sunny 60 and 40 it happened Here Page 4 the Herron Folk Page 6 interfaith Harmony theatre Page 9 granddaughter recalls old Days Page 12 Church news pages 14, 15 Book reviews. Pages 20, 21 Sketchbook. Page 22 and elsewhere in the paper color comics to radio diary Jumble winners 65 entry form 37 Puzzle 42 Bridge news 30 careers classified 40 to 54, 60 to 67 comics 9 Community Calendar 11 deaths 2 finance 1 2to 18 labor scene. 3d letters 59 movies. 39 night beat .65 sports 55 to 58 travel 23 to 33 women.21 to 28 Phemie Distl tossed t v and Joe premiered Schreyer said members on matters Over which Friday he is distressed by the the province has no control Lack of discretion shown by two members of the Manitoba new democratic government caucus. The Premier was referring to statements made earlier this must be taken As private com ments. The Premier said that quite often government members even Federal government members have varying Opin week by highways minister Joe ions on certain issues. Borowski and by Gonick the la for Crescent Wood on the Federal government s invocation of the War measures act. Or. Borowski has taken the position that the Federal government is doing All that is Nec Essary to control terrorism in Quebec and to find the murder ers of Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte and the Kidnap pers of British Trade commissioner James Jasper Cross. Or. Gonick on the other hand feels that War measures Are an infringement on the civil i liberties of All canadians. These two varied opinions by members of the party in Power in Manitoba have led to some heated and often contradictory statements by the two men in the past week and is apparently causing some confusion in the Public Eye on what the i Manitoba government s stand is on the Issue. Premier. Schreyer said at his weekly news conference Friday that the official position is con Currence with the Federal government s actions but he added that there is nothing to prevent party members from expressing their own views As private i am the Premier but i have no intention of muzzling anyone who makes comments on mat ters that Are outside the Juris diction of the said Premier Schreyer. They were i believe speaking As private he added that the statements made by any government but the Only difference is please see by Joe Page 4 cooler trend coming Winnipeg s recent warm spell is coming to an end. According to the Winnipeg weather office but the weekend should stay Fine. The Weatherman predicts that today will be mostly sunny with High temperatures near 60 and lows tonight near 40. Tempera Tures tomorrow should be about the same but the Sun is expected to disappear and one or two Light show ers Are predicted. However Cool air will move in from the Northwest within the next few Days and temperatures will be Back to Normal which Means highs near 50 and lows near the freezing level the Weatherman says. The Long Range forecast for the month of november is for near Normal tempera Tures. Nixon invites soviets Down new Road urges peaceful in place of arms race United nations up president Nixon mixed Large measures of. Realism and conciliation Friday with a plea that the world s two super Powers take a new Road toward peaceful Competition. In a speech before the 25t anniversary session of the United nations general Assem Bly the president warned tha Small wars and the situation i the Middle East could draw the two world giants into conflict. He said i invite the leaders of the soviet Union to join us in Takin that new join in peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of arms but in the dissemination of Progress no n the building of missiles but in a winning War again umber and disease and human Nii serv in our own countries Anc around the speaking a Day after Long Pri rate talks with soviet foreign Andrei Gromyko in Washington the president said it is essential for the . And the soviet Union to join in efforts to avoid War in the Middle East. He sought co operation toward development of a climate in which Middle East nations will learn to live and let live and warned that the alternative to these two thoughts could be confrontation with disastrous consequences for the Middle East for our own nations and for the Wor at another Point he said the . And the soviet Union had avoided direct conflicts since the second world War. But history the tragic experience of world War i great Powers can urn no word from Cross clocks Back tonight the clock stops. More to the Point it moves backwards one hour. Because at 3 . Sunday Manitoba reverts from Cen trial Daylight time to Cen trial Standard time and Manitoban who like their sleep gain an hour in the process. Don t forget to make the transition when you go to bed tonight. It s e Arras sing walking into a lurch at the end of the service. Police seek 5 que. Men three More nationwide warrants issued Friday for arrest of terrorist kidnapping suspects Montreal abductions which be drawn into conflict without up police today sought a total of five men in the political have rocked this province of six million people. Late Friday night provincial police issued three new War rants on a Canada wide basis for the arrest of men wanted for conspiracy in the kidnapping of the province s labor minister Pierre Laporte. Or. Laporte was abducted oct. 10 and slain a week later by the terrorist front de liberation do Quebec. His kidnapping came five Days after that of British envoy James Jasper Cross. Or. Cross is believed still held by the revolutionary Fly which seeks the release of 23 jailed or accused criminals As the Price on his life. The British Trade commissioner was last heard from Sun Day when police turned up a letter from him saying he was Well but his life still was in jeopardy. While police combing the province for the Fly hideout Lave admitted some anxiety Over or. Cross authorities said he search has not reached a dead end. In the House of commons Fri Day night solicitor general Geprge Mcilraith said inform election lawsuit initiated please see police Page 2 Montreal up the front d action a o 1 i t i q u a a group running 31 candidates in the Montreal municipal election sunday initiated a damage action Friday against mayor Jean Drapeau for state ments allegedly harmful to the organization and its candidates. The lawsuit taken on behalf of the As its lawyer Gaetan Robert claims dam Ages to it As an organization please see election Page 4 their intending it by wars be tween smaller Gromyko listened attentively As Nixon spoke. But the russian was non committal afterwards i want to study it Thor he said. We Are still firmly for Egypt s foreign minister. Mahmond Riad said we Are 100 per cent for peace but we Aie also for peace based on i the egyptian said that Means a full withdrawal of Israel from our territories and the full j restoration of the rights of the palestinians i Ventnor. Isle of Wight on wednesday. Gromyko at Jap tugs grounded the sink tacked the . And Israel for ing wreck of Grant Oil Tanker on a Shoa Tway with flames still spewing from the Hull ripped open president Nixon strides up Steps leading to the White House followed by soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko who is in the United states to attend the United nations Assembly. The two men had been conferring in the president s office in the executive offices building and were returning to the executive mansion. Montre Alers face election problem Tanker collides Burns Oil pollution feared please Sec Nixon Page 2 i by deadly explosions following Over the English Channel in the collision with another Tanker j direction of the French coast. Five sailors were killed in the j pollution experts prepared an inferno and eight Are missing emergency program to combat among the 42 Crew members of thousands of Gallons of 01 re i by Claude Adams Montreal up an elec Tion bracketed by terrorist kidnappings a political slaying and All the trappings of a mini Revo Lution will be held in Canada s biggest City sunday. If nothing else the civic elec Tion will be another problem for nearly two million Montre Alers preoccupied since oct. 5 with the activities of the violent Drapeau is backed in this feel ing by the Quebec government. The issues in the election Campaign probably the most Down played in Montreal s his tory seem unimportant. The re form minded front d action to Litique Frap party is Busy fighting off accusations that it has links with the terrorist Fly. Friday. Frap filed a Mil big four to press for longer truce the crippled Pacific glory which collided late Friday night with another Tanker the ton Allegro. Five of the rescued seamen were severely had broken legs. Many had Swal Lowed quantities of crude Oil. I As the burning Hulk of the liberian registered Pacific i glory drifted slowly eastward ported spilling from the ship. The South coast of England still vividly recalls with horror the american owned Tanker Torrey Canyon Tanker which spilled 35 million Gallons of crude Over 120 Miles of beaches in 1968 after she struck rocks off England s Southwest tip. Front de liberation do Quebec j damage suit against mayor Fly Drapeau which says the mayor for some the climate is not j knowingly and maliciously right the separatist parti que-1 charged Frap with harbouring Benois the 225.000 member con i revolutionaries Bent on Over federation of National Trade i throwing the system. Unions and the Quebec civil j the indomitable 54-year-old liberties Union Tel the election mayor shrugged Oil the suit at a should be postponed until voters news conference an hour later. Are Cool headed again. For others like mayor Jean Drapeau. S seeking his and urged the City s 700.000 Vot ers to return his civic party to Power. Or. Drapeau mayor from please see Tanker Page 4 United nations a ceasefire past its nov. 5. The big four Powers have de expiration Date. That done they cited to press Egypt Jordan j will work for a resumption of and Israel to extend the Middle j peace talks with an Eye toward eventual settlement of hostilities. United nations Secretary Gen eral u Thant announced the decision Friday night after a 3 -2 hour dinner with foreign Amis ters Andrei Gromyko of the so Viet Union and Maurice Schu. Stabbing guards keep watch on suspect in slayings sentence 6 months fourth straight term As chief Magis trate there is no question that 1954 to 1957 and undefeated the election must be held. Or. J since 1960, insisted that he is. Not using the turbulent situation i in Quebec for political ends. Voters will cast their ballots in a City where Public buildings j Are patrolled by armed soldiers j dressed for combat i nearly persons Are Eli Gible to vote compared with in 1966. Polls Are open from 10 . To 8 . In Force is the War measures act. Invoked in Ottawa last week to facilitate anti Flop Yuskiw of Manitoba could mean effect monday were made Nee stations _ _ a l. Ella _ Chicken Price hike seen from Trade restrictions 4. _. The St. Santa Cruz armed in pairs Are at Corr m a Nancy Annie Wefley James ass Ribia who fatally stabbed her tas bawl a quarrel Jone was convicted Friday caws Fra Ter pleaded snotty it death by can Neal Friday Lwi he was arraigned Pace and sentenced m six Towser neen tace Mariet and tace Marker be if few or. Farts face to a saturday be alerts to

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