One hundred and fifty men, women and children marched through the streets of Saskatoon, Canada, Nov 14, in a mass plea for nuclear disarmament.
SV Banners "Nobody wins a nuclear war" "There's no defence against nuclear war why waste our resources".
CU Posters "Bases today means bombs tomorrow" "One world or none" "Will you survive?"
SV PAN..poster "Let's be active not radio active" "Our only defence is peace" pan to marchers.
SV TO LV..marchers.
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Background: One hundred and fifty men, women and children marched through the streets of Saskatoon, Canada, Nov 14, in a mass plea for nuclear disarmament.
Most of them walked a mile and a half in temperature as low as fifteen degrees, and others joined the procession in cars.
Banners carried by the marchers proclaimed "The only way to keep faith with those who died in two world wars is to do away with nuclear weapons.
The march was sponsored by the Saskatoon committee for the Control of Radiation Hazards, and the University of Saskatchewan's Student Christian Movement. Speakers told the crowd that this is a time for moral re-evaluation.