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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaIf you do it it won t get done give the United Way Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 78 no. 28 Price 10 cents 15 cents Friday october 30, 1970 Sunrise . Syn Jet . Moonrise . . Forecast mostly Cloudy 25 and 40 violence crowd pelts Hock narrow i ail san Jose Reuter a lowly missed Nixon s head California Rock Nar president thursday night As angry demonstrators attacked his motorcade in what the president said was the worst violence lie had seen since he was spat upon in Venezuela a dozen years ago. Nixon s procession was pelted with rocks eggs and other objects As the president left a Campaign rally and several of the missiles hit the presidential limousine. Before the episode Nixon told Nis san Jose audience the secret service had informed him 900 protesters were outside. Report ers thought there were consider ably More perhaps As Many As As he came out of the auditorium after the rally Nixon appeared slightly nervous at the crowd confronting him but he climbed up on his limousine to wave triumphantly and give a a shaped Victory sign. J that s what they hate Toi the president was heard to remark gesturing to Ward the demonstrators. A White House spokesman later rejected suggestions that Nixon had taunted the crowd which had shouted obscenities at him. Four of the demonstrators police shield Nixon limousine from Rock throwing crowd nato tables Trudeau warns discovered were arrested including one for investigation of assaulting a policeman and another for investigation of inciting to riot. Please see crowd Page 10 Lebanon fighting reported by the associated press israelis living along the lebanese Border reported today that fighting apparently broke out thursday night Between lebanese army units and Arab guerrillas in Southern Lebanon. They said artillery explosions in the area of the Hasbani River were heard in Israel. Although the lebanese israeli Border has been quiet since the civil War in Jordan the lebanese army and guerrilla forces have clashed several times. Villagers in the area Are demanding that Beirut restrain the commando activities. The same israeli sources re ported Arab guerrillas in Jor Dan fired a number of rockets Washington special tons the defence depart ment has suddenly discovers that this country and its nato allies have about More tanks in Europe than top Leve Pentagon officials knew about. Existence of the tanks was uncovered within the last four weeks according to military planners during a High priority administration review of Over All nato strategy known Asna tonal Security Mem Grandam 84. The disclosure could bring about a major shift in attitudes about forces the ability of to withstand a Western Warsaw pact tank thrust across nato s Borders. For years the Pentagon by its own estimate has consid ered nato to be badly out gunned by massive tank forces of the soviet Union and its East Ern european allies. The extra tanks almost All of them among the most modern in service have been stockpiled West Germany for years As potential replacements for operational nato tanks knocked out in Battle. But these Reserve tanks which could almost double nato s tank strength have not been included in the Pentagon s top level planning estimate of nato armoured units facing the Cabinet aides Warsaw Pitt these sources. According to furthermore with the exception of about 500 tanks pc Poser timed in West Germany for two brigades of the . Based first infantry division the size of nato s Back up tank Force Las been unknown to top de ence department and administration officials dating Back to at least the Johnson administration it is claimed. Disclosure of the actual dimensions of the Reserve tank orce during the National Secu Rity Council study is said to ave stunned civilian and Mili please see Page 5 by Victor Mackie Ottawa staff prime minister Trudeau said flatly he will fire any Federal minister he finds out is the source o rumours flying about Parli Mem Hill regarding the Quebec terrorist and the War measures act. He was surrounded by More than porters when be emerged from the commons Friday after a hot and heavy session with the opposition. He engaged in a rapid fire Exchange of questions an Swers for about 10 minutes. He was asked if he had ascertained which Cabinet minister was responsible for the initial Rumor Story published by the Toronto Star earlier this week hat prompted a rash of speculation about secret reasons Why the Federal government invoked the War me Tsoures act. replied no j Haven t. When the press leads insurance Date set Carcare starts in year Manitoba s compulsory automobile insurance program will be come effective nov. 1, 1971, premiered Schreyer announced Friday. On the same Date a change l planned in the effective Date for registration of motor vehicles to nov. I i from March 1, 1972. Such a change will require an amendment to the Highway traffic act at the next session of the legislature the Premier said. The decision on the starting Date for the insurance plan was made on a recommendation from the Board of the Manitoba Public insurance corporation and was ratified by the Cabinet Premier Schreyer said a re port by consulting firm Riddell. Stead and co. Of Winnipeg was used As a guide by the Corpora Tion directors in determining the starting time for the Public j insurance plan. J please see Carcare Page 5 jobless to get Aid Schreyer pledges million to boost Job opportunities the Manitoba government has decided to accelerate its capital works program to alleviate heavy unemployment projected for the province and the rest of Canada this Winter and through 1971, premiered Schreyer said Friday. In a major policy statement the Premier said his govern ment would intervene to the tune of million to improve employment opportunities with in the limits of its capabilities. At the same time it would press for Federal assistance in this area of primarily Federal the Premier said the govern ment believes that unemployment will be very High for the Winter months and will diminish Only slowly after allowance for seasonal improvement Thi sox minus me to believe the source of a Rumor came from my ministers i try to find out which one in order to fire he said he would fire any minister who broke his oath of secrecy As a privy councillor. Several reporters said a lot of ministers Are talking to or. Trudeau asked Are you Mymo All ministers Are talking a great said the newsmen. Asked the prime min ister. Reporters said they were no prepared to say. Or. Trudeau is the problem. The press won t Saj who they got rumours one reporter interjected you Are surely relying on the act that ministers Are giving information of a not for at Tribuson pilfered action studied through the remaining months of 1971. Please see Schreyer Page 5 please see Trudeau Page 10 Liberal race to decide future Aline israeli Border settlement please see Lebanon Page 4 senator lauds Trudeau by Wayne Macdonald Ottawa staff senator de Lawson of Vancouver declared thursday that prime minister Trudeau s leadership during the Quebec Fly crisis has done More to re establish and preserve National Unity than any other single act in my the actions att tirade and statements of Van cover mayor Tom Campbell since proclamation of the War measures act have Worrie said he Wax the front wine two boys j and a car two boys who thought they could drive after Tak ing a sip of wine which led to another and another and another and eventually to an estimated dam age to seven vehicles were scheduled to appear Friday in Winnipeg family court. Winnipeg police said the teen age boys caused havoc with a stolen car wednes Day evening i a series of Sim Oil it s going to be a cold Vigil for. Anyone awaiting the great pumpkin s arrival in greater Winnipeg pumpkin patches halloween. It will be Chilly for trick or Treater in general to Morrow night says the Winnipeg weather office. With a predicted overnight Low in the 20s, the Weatherman expects the temperature to be near freezing when children make their rounds. The High tomorrow is expected to be 40. No rain fog or Snow is predicted but Cloudy Ottawa up the Federal government thursday proposed what amounts to a guaranteed annual income for the Western grains Industry As a whole but individual Farmers would still have to Scurry to get their share. The proposals for a new grains policy for Western farm is was tabled in the commons y Otto Lang minister response la for the Canadian wheat toward. Who said they would be Umed into legislation As soon s farm groups made a presen actions on them. One major proposal is aimed 1 at stabilizing the Gross receipts of Grain producers. The plan would attempt to stabilize incomes throughout the Industry by setting up a fund into which Farmers each year would pay a percentage of their crop income. That fund would guarantee the Industry would not even in a disastrous Grain year be j forced to subsist at a level lower than its average receipts for the previous five years. If there was t enough Money in the fund in a particular crop year to make up this deficit the Federal government would make up the deficit with a Grant see Grain Page 4 j please see cold feet Page 4 main Street m the banker Man Mathews Avenue area. The buys who suffered minor Morics after piling the stolen car into a Hydra pole were detained by we Peticc. Crashes started Fhon Ramn veil the or til a Ehrle. The Bevc then the m bit a bit it Ochko was fw4 today to oars in pts out to 45 u express concern far 9f jw0t they to font Irti tar in a to 2? 24. 25 4 ii 14 at a 22.23 c n by the Canadian press initial reaction of Western farm associations toward a new Federal grains policy supported the principle but several spokesman expressed reservations. The costs paid by Western Farmers May be Wrech ton heavy unless the Federal govern ment pays a fair and proper share As it dues in support of other Man strips m n. B. Of teat. President n Pool Eleva jars. Otto pc Iff the Peik tic in Thor War in tree Chi met tar. It a Efteni Fca Rvl towes adj s

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