CANADA: Anniversary Crisis

As darkness fell on central Newfoundland one evening last week, two bands of men ranged along a provincial highway. Ten Mounties on foot kept a wary eye on more than 100 picketing loggers of the striking International Woodworkers of America, set on intercepting non-I.W.A. loggers. When the I.W.A. halted a sedan to threaten the four passengers in it, the Mounties radioed Grand Falls for help. More Mounties and provincial constables rushed to the scene. Police night sticks and loggers' crude clubs swung through the chilly air. Provincial Constable William J. Moss,...

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