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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaManitoba Centennial 1970 Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 78 no. 2 Price 10 cents 15 cents wednesday september 30, 1970 Sunrise . Sunset . Moonrise Moonset . Forecast sunny 45 and 75 Hunts buyer data area consumer councils to advise govt. Regional consumer councils to assist in consumer education and to advise the government on possible new consumer oriented legislation will be formed in the province consumer affairs minister Ben Hanus Chak of Manitoba said tuesday. T initially two councils will be set up one in greater Winnipeg area and one in Brandon the minister said. They will be formed shortly. Information gained from set Ting up the Pilot councils will be used in establishing others throughout Manitoba. Or. Han Uschak said councils will Likely i be set up in the seven existing regional development areas of the province. He said he expects each coun cil to have four to seven members depending on the please see to set up Page 19 save Trees i loophole sought can pay too High a Price for North Industry Schreyer by Paul Pihi Chyn the Manitoba government is considering what Legal Means Are available to restrict tree cutting by Churchill Forest industries to protect the Beauty of Lake shores and roadsides in Northern Manitoba. Insurance Board named Manitoba moved another step closer to Public automobile insurance tuesday when premiered Schreyer announced that a five Man Board of directors has been appointed to the Manitoba Public insurance corporation. Municipal affairs minister Howard Pawley who piloted the new democratic party s state run Auto insurance scheme through the last legislature will head the Board the Premier said. Other members will include Sylvan Leipsic 57, vice president in charge of insurance operation for the Winnipeg realty and development firm of Aronovitch and Leipsic. Or. Is a past president of the insurance agents federa Tion of Winnipeg. Ola fur p. Sigurdson. 45, pres i objective United Way is on Way by Wally Dennison the sixth annual Campaign of the United Way of greater Winnipeg got off to a fast Start wednesday As Campaign chairman a. A. Irwin reported the receipt of of the objective. Or. Irwin reported the total at a Campaign Kickoff breakfast attended by about 300 officials and volunteers in the Winnipeg inn. He said the staffs of 34 of the 50 health welfare and recreation organizations to be aided by the drive have Al ready exceeded their fair share1 contributions. A total of had already been collected of their goal of lieutenant governor w. John Mckeag wished the campaigners Success and said he preferred to think of the United Way slogan in will get premiered Schreyer told news conference tuesday that there is such a thing As paying too much for Industrial develop ment whether it be in Over extended financing contravention of anti pollution measures or destruction of natural Beauty. He said the Forest Industrial Complex located at the Pas has a Legal right to Cut Trees in cer Tain areas As designated in its agreements with the province but investigations Are under Way to determine if this right includes the cutting of Trees along the shores of lakes riverbanks and roadsides. See save Trees Page 6 Deal made with . 2 billion Gas Sale set Canadian Oil quota also increased five Western companies will Benefit by Wayne Macdonald Ottawa special the Federal government tuesday approved the Export of some 6.3 trillion cubic feet of natural Gas to. United states in what had All the appearance of a tit for Tat Deal. The billion Sale to be exported by five companies Over the next 15 to 20 years was announced just hours after the United states increased its quota on the import of Canadian cil by barrels a Day. Canada and the . Have been holding closed door negotiations in the Energy Field for months with the americans pleading for More natural Gas and the canadians demanding increased Oil sales. Energy minister j. J. Greene maintained tuesday the timing of the two announcements was please see billion Page 6 please see United Page 18 Industry approves politicians Don t by the Canadian pres Industry spokesmen generally approved increased exports of Gas and Oil to the United states but political critics hit hard at Ottawa in first reactions tues Day. One comment on the Gas Deal was that it appeared to be the first step in a Continental in Rojy Deal and the Liberal government had shown itself As in competent in arranging it. Ottawa announced tuesday Ive pipeline companies were granted licences for additional exports of 6.3 trillion cubic feet natives refuse meet with Chi of Gas Over terms of 15 to 20 years raising total Export commitments More than 50 per cent to More than 19 trillion feet. The five had sought total exports of 7.4 trillion feet Over 20 to 25 years. It was the biggest single increase in natural Gas exports to the . Since pipe line exports began in the late 1950s. Just before the announce ment the . Said the ceiling of barrels daily of Cana Dian crude Oil East of the Rock ies May possibly be raised by about barrels a Day. Conservative Stanfield said Leader Canada Robert should ident of the credit Union league of Manitoba Alan s. Wiley. 42, president and general manager of the Winnipeg Auto firm Wiley Mercury sales Ltd and Allan Chisvin 38. A Winnipeg chartered accountant. Premier Schreyer said the Board has the authority to appoint a general manager and please see insurance Page 2 the native economic exploration and development a group a committee of the Pas indians and Metis has refused an invitation to meet with Churchill Forest industries officials to discuss grievances with the company Chi says. . Earlier this week Lis Ted demands to Chi regarding rights working conditions and other matters concerning native employment at the Forest Industry site. A Chi statement tuesday with the exception of management and key supervisory personnel All personnel on site to Date were hired by More than 50 contractors constructing the Complex under provision of the building trades Council have insisted on a fair share of the . Oil Market before granting the Gas exports. T. C. Douglas Leader of the new democratic party predicted the Gas ruling would raise the Price in Canada and leave the country without Ade quate supplies. James Laxer of Kingston. Ont., a spokesman for the nip Radical Waffle group said the Sale appeared to be the first step in a Continental Energy Deal. Peace pact alleged shattered jordanian troops reported shelling Northern towns from Beirut Lebanon up jordanian troops shattered the peace agreement today by shelling the Northern towns of Irbid and Ramatha an Al Fatah guerrilla spokesman said. The allegation came As word was still awaited that King Hus Sein s troops and palestinian Arab guerrillas have started pulling out of Amman As re Quested by the Arab ceasefire observers. Jordanian artillery opened up at Dawn on the Northern Provin Cial capital of Irbid Ramatha and nearby villages the scene of some of the heaviest fighting of the nine Day jordanian civil War Fatah alleged. Firing was still going on hours later it said. A correspondent of the syrian Arab news Agency reported from the syrian Border town of Dera a 10 Miles from Ramatha that he could hear the sound of even on its own terms the Liberal government has been in competent he said. This is an architect s drawing of the prop oct office apartment Complex. Million Complex to Rise next to Church on Broadway a development unique in can be extensive parking facilities Ada and perhaps in North architects Are of Moody e r i c i a will begin next j Moore Duncan Rattray Peters Spring when construction starts j Searle and Christie of Winnipeg highways hearing pledged said the company has called for i an immediate meeting because i demands made in letter reflected serious tin conseption i and wrong the Chi statement said the re i fugal of . To meet with i the company indicates that the committee sem nation prefers panic Dis of alleged grievances to immediate implement of constructive discs tation smb.1 a civil service commission hearing a Fol be held soon to review the cases of seven High ways department officials who were suspended denoted or dismissed by highways minister Joe Borowski premiered Schreyer said tuesday. Garth Metcalfe executive director of the Manitoba gov Ulf Siebl employees association sent a Telegram to the Premier sept. 21. Asking to inter Vene in the dispute bet Awe a bearish had been few tanned Oliree times. A wets Chi said residents at the Pas i Are Safly aware that the com i Pany is not yet in operation and the principal hiring is Only now Bega Riog. On is trip he Cattail shortly tart for fates a Mots item a Jeff. 9fe was a fete or today today s classified Gerks to a hits til Union ment Saul Chi has no direct jurisdiction Over the hiring procedures of its the company said that it understands contractors were Hir ing As Many natives As possible for skilled trades or labor. We feel that the spirit of the . Letter and their Refus Al to review their alleged prob Lem m a constructive manner is self explanatory of the real Pur pose behind the the statement says Chi does not yet need a labor Force of any significance Chi said the Only unit at the Complex which had been i actual operation was a Small com Pany run Sawmill forced to shut Down when River sawmills j stopped operation in a dispute with the Manitoba development corporation. While the Small Mill was operating the labor breakdown was 28 indians and Metis 15, local Whites and two non local j Whites. Chi s hiring practice was solely on a first come first. Hired basis and then on Selec Tion by performance within 30 statement said. The Only discriminatory Prek a Given was that the Bene fits of the doubt Between equals was five to local the Pas Resi first the other Manitoba residents second and then to Vrrme outside the prov mean Wake Nathan mag Ftp vary. For Sam m statement Ttoe Day Flat if Cut Fosec make fort Jar s we for map wifi of or

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