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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press saturday octo it 24, 1970 Premier tries Fence mending by Arlene Billinkoff ence he s ready Guy. A rough and he makes mistakes. Who does the does t observe the parliamentary niceties. Quite premiered Schreyer tried Friday to mend some of the fences broken during the past few months because of the sus pension of Dauphin highways frankly. Flat does cause me employees by highways but be would not fault ister Joe Borowski. At his week or Borowski for his action in 1.v news conference the Premier the affair undertook to clarify a Story that six employees of the highways department in Dauphin had been transferred to the North after some of them had been reinstated by the Manitoba civil service commission. The men had previously been suspended by or. Borowski for alleged misdeeds in the department. I during an interview earlier this week or. Borowski said that All six men had been transferred to Northern areas. Or. Schreyer however said Friday that the report was in accurate and should be Clari fied. While he did not place the blame on the minister for the inaccurate information the pre Meir implied that it was Possi ble the message was garbled. I would assume or. Borow ski meant to convey that Mes Sage that in order to ease some Asper deplores school tax strip would Cut egg output egg production in Canada should be reduced by eight per cent but no provincial restrictions should be placed on the eggs. The Manitoba egg and Pulle producers association in a Public statement issued Friday states that the egg Industry is in a state of Over Supply a and goes on record to encourage All producers to Cut tension some would have to be Back production by eight per in order to bring the the Premier said that eight Market a realistic people Are involved rather position six. Two were reinstated with the association states that re no Appeal while the remaining san Lions on inter provincial six were reinstated after in manufactured goods civil service commission hear have never been placed or even Ings attempted and Are in violation All have not been trans-1of British North America feared As the report would act. Have one the Premier Canada is one Market place said that three men remain for our nation to remain the Dauphin District while three others have been transferred to Portage la Prairie the Pas and Lynn Lake. Two other men will remain in areas where they had previously worked said the Premier. One was in Hecla Island and the Strong the right to compete in that Market place cannot be de Nied to any producer in our while Manitoba egg producers have the advantage in feed prices this is largely offset by the extra freight and handling education taxes should be divorced from property taxation Liberal leadership candidate i. H. Asper told party supporters in Beausejour Friday. He described this separation of taxation As a poor Stop Gap measure and said it must be made while negotiations with the Federal government Are under Way. He advocated trans Ferring education to the National level on an ability to pay basis. Why should a Man with a House and a mortgage pay education taxes on behalf of a non property or. Asper asked. The same ridiculous Situa Tion applies to the Manitoba Farmer. Education has made us to bile and we re exporting Mani Toba tax dollars through the brain Drain of graduates work ing in other parts of the country. As a result it must be financed on a Federal or. Asper a 38-year-old Winnipeg lawyer was the second declared candidate for the Manitoba Liberal leadership which will be decided in Winnipeg goes far beyond just adding Herd of cattle to a Grain farm ing operation. The whole Range of product possibilities should be explored with the govern ment providing leadership in the Field. Or. Asper also said he would make a personal commitment to reverse the trend to Over government which is plaguing both Manitoba and Canada if a Liberal party headed by him self was elected. He would make judicious use of govern ment while returning it to its proper role As a servant of the people not the master. Government can be used to equalize opportunities i m not talking about equalization of income or redistribution of wealth but equalize opportunities for All citizens in Mani Toba. People in outlying communities and on the farms must be Given the same opportunities through education that Are enjoyed by City residents. No other in the Roblin District. Charges of the finished product incurred in shipping eggs Eastern Canada. The association wants in creased research into the Raar or. Schreyer pointed Cut that being of eggs and egg prod his government has placed i acts. In any Case the Transfer of Field personnel takes place from time to time in the Public ser vice. Creased emphasis on the North but it does not want the pro with its budget for Road con posed government appointed Board to control egg production in Canada because the problem would then be left open to political with our smaller population and limited representation we in the West have Little Hope of receiving fair for example the loss of the air Canada base from Winnipeg to Montreal. Striction and maintenance up by More than 30 per cent. He objected to editorials which likened transfers to the North to banishment to Remote and undesirable places. That is a View that More than Northern Manitoban do not share nor do if the men did not want to be transferred said the Premier there is precedent for dealing with their complaints in the same Way As similar complaints have been dealt with in the past. The Premier said he did not mean to be vindictive. He Only wanted to clarify the situation. He would not comment on a statement which was to have been released by or. Borowski regarding the situation. That statement was never released. While or. Schreyer said that there would be no attempt to have or. Borowski resign he admitted that he dislikes inflammation of passion and the taking of extremes of any Mea the Premier said that in the past he had asked or. Borowski to refrain from making state ments on matters and of course he understands which Are before the in this Case though he objected somewhat to the inflammatory tone he could t fault or. Borowski for bringing the Issue into the open. The Premier said that he too had been told of allegations of misconduct in the Dauphin area and that the testimony Given during the civil service commission hearings had shown there was Persis main Street murder Appeal denied the Manitoba court of Appeal has rejected an Appeal by 18 year old Henry Arthur Kent of Selkirk against his conviction by a 12-Man jury March 5 on a non capital murder charge in the death of Joseph Plotkin 84, of 191 Cathedral Avenue. Defence counsel Shanti a poor had appealed the conviction which carries an automatic penalty of life imprisonment on grounds of errors made by or. Justice John m. Hunt while presiding Over the jury trial which was held in the Law courts building during the Spring assizes of the Manitoba court of Queen s Bench Eastern judicial District. Evidence at the trial showed that Kent and another 18-year old Man had planned to Rob the tent perhaps or. Borowski Over reacted said the Premier. Kin a part but other governments h i on aug. 20, 1969 and that Kent got into a fight with or. Plot m she have just swept the whole mat Ter under the carpet. That a employee of the store. During the robbery testimony was Given showing the second robber ran off when _ j Tun would Only have made the Public More cynical he said he reminded reporters that or Borowski comes from a different background. 1 1 Don t think he has to Apo Logue for the fact that he s had a a Medica evidence a. Rough and ready kind of Copen at rent he Man a wed. Ca Jobre Unta continued hit. U Man his fists or died u d Ater Man 19, guilt of j hash Sale death As heart failure with the injuries caused by the severe i beating a contributory Factor. The robber who ran off at the Start of the fight was tried with Kent on the capital murder charge and was acquitted. How Ever the jury found Kent guilty and offered no recommendation j for clemency meaning he win probably have to serve at least j Brace Kenneth Geske. 19. Of 10 j 1185 Downing Street was found even considered for parole. J guilty Friday of trafficking in hashish by a Manitoba Coort of Queen s Bench jury. He had pleaded not guilty to the charge before or. Justice James c. Wilson but was con j evicted. Evidence snowed that Geske Toba s Deputy minister of social met an undercover Romp of development will address the finer at a downtown department first fail meeting of the Maui i through a Pratt i Friend Tota society of criminology at 35 last year . M act 39 in the Geske and the officer agreed Fletcher argue bumming at to later re the Dav at Pote University Matota. cease on por his topic be fee meal Tage ave me. Where fee Park social Wei tet Geske

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