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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaGrown up boy actors see Page 3 Winnipeg free press final edition vol. 79 no. 47 Price 10 cents 15 cents monday november 22, 1971 Sun in ,.m. Snow p. Forecast Cloudy flurries 20 and 25 Moonrise p. Moonset p. Indian army attacking e. Pakistan fierce fighting reported i around Jess Ore area Washington a a Pakistan radio Broad cast said today India has launched an All out offensive against East Pakistan without a formal declaration of War. The Pakistan government broadcasting English from Karachi West Pakistan and monitored Here said the Indian army has concentrated All its might in the Jess Ore area where the attack has been launched by nine Todd an infantry divisions four Indi an Mountain divisions and two Indian tank regiments. Fierce fighting continued in Jess Ore throughout the night and the Early hours of the the Pakistan government broadcast claimed the offensive followed increasing attacks minor and major skirmishes and a buildup of More than 12 Indian divisions around East Pakistan in recent months. The United states the soviet please see Indian Page 9 Sadat Calls for War time for Battle photo by Gerry Cairns Don Jonas quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue bombers and the City of Winnipeg Grey cup Parade float Are off to Vancouver for the weekend s festivities. Jonas and the float will be part of Winnipeg s representation at the annual classic. He is in Contention for the award As the Best player this year in Canadian football. Pleas ignored Rochester . A thousands of dollars in Reward Money was offered sunday for information on the rape slaying last week of a 10-year-old girl whose pleas for help were ignored by scores of homeward bound commuters on a Busy expressway. Police said the girl Carmen Colon was abducted while on a shopping errand for her Mother last tuesday. She briefly escaped the Abductor s car they added and ran along the Road Way Semi nude waving Desper a t e 1 y at passing motorists. None stopped. At least three persons later reported the incident to police please see girl s Page 6 Jerusalem israeli government warned Sun Day that egyptian president an War Sadat can bring nothing but disaster to Bis nation Region with military threats. The government was respond ing to Sadat s egyptian front line forces sat urday that the time for Battle has come there is no More it described his Declara Tion As a military threat with political the Middle East news Agency quoted Sadat As urging his troops during a tour of Suez canal positions facing israeli forces to be ferocious in Bat the to prove to the world that we Are a fighting people who know How to defend our dignity and the Middle East news Agency said Sadat told pilots at an air base that Egypt had severed All contacts with the United states in connection with Possi please see Egypt Page 6 is Iti no nip party line school Aid Issue tabled Premier to Call for free vote in next session of legislature by Ron Campbell Brandon Man., staff position on the Tough Issue of Public Aid to Date schools came out of the provincial new democratic party policy convention when the subject came up Here sunday. The reason apparently was that most of the 250 delegates who voted on the matter agreed with premiered Schreyer and mines. Minister Sidney Green that there should be no party lines on the Issue. The delegates voted to table a Resolution from the Thompson constituency association that called for expansion of Public Aid to private schools. Before the voting the pre Mier told the convention it would be wrong to impose a party line on the Issue because All party members could not be bound by it. He said there must also be a free vote on the matter in the Manitoba legislature. Please see school Page 9 blasts left wingers free Enterprise to debate mail strike Ottawa up Canadian Etter carriers could find of Oday whether they will be Fol owing their appointed round on schedule or walking Picke Ines instead. The letter carriers Tinion of Canada has a meeting sche Suleri Here to consider the next most in the fast warming con rotation Between the Union and postmaster general Pierre Cote Over the use of casual orders by the service. Roger decade Union pres Dent thursday accused or. Ote and his department of in Board volunteers Lortie gets 20 years Montreal up Bernard Lortie a 20-year-old Trade school dropout was sentenced monday to 20 years in prison for the kidnapping oct. 10, 1970, of Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte. He was handed an additional six months sentence for con tempt of court it is to be served consecutive to the 20 year term. Or. Laporte was found strangled to death oct 18, 1970 in suburban St Hubert Lortie was quiet and com posed daring his hour Long court appearance. As he was j led from the courtroom Howe 1 or. He raised a clenched fist and shouted Vive 3e quebec1 Libre live free que Bec. Or Justice Jean Paul ber Geron told Lortie he be i eligible for parole in seven years he is the first of for sen i charged Uffit Tae Knap saying j of or. Laporte to be convicted j and Osi the Kidnap Ping Escarge he is Schof fed to trial for nest the countdown to Christmas has already begun at 895 King Edward Street St James Assiniboia. The Christmas cheer Board of greater Winnipeg is appealing for volunteers at the King Edward Street warehouse to help wrap gifts and pack hampers for needy families. The space has been donated by Monarch machinery Ltd. Last year the Board s Christ a s hampers helped make Christmas a Little bit merrier for 7500 local families and old age pensioners. This year the numbers Are expected to be even higher organizers say. To the child who has never had a Chance to know what Christmas is about or for the old age pensioner who re members better Days your help can mean so much. Send your donation a few pennies or a few dollars to the free press Christmas cheer fund 300 Carlton Street or drop it off at the classified advertising counter on the main floor of the free press building. Receipts will be Given for in come tax purposes. Ion busting in the dispute and or. Cote Friday threatened prosecutions o r any other court actions to recover the damage of a series of unauthorized work stoppages by unhappy letter carriers in South Ern Ontario and parts of to maritime. It All started when three let Ter carriers complained of the department practice of hiring casual workers to Man mat routes a serviced because of illness or some other cause. They asked that Union members be called in on Over time to cover All such shifts and were supported by an adjudicator. The government since has Aid the three men the Over Ime they claimed but or. Cote says there is no Way his department can draw up sched 1 e s that have no casual workers included. The Union says the a Judica or s decision and the govern ment payment of the overtime Means this principle must be applied throughout the service but or. Cote says it applies Only in the cases of the three specific applicants. In calling today s meeting or. Decarie noted that a full strike of Canadian letter Carri ers could easily be a result of the meeting. An alternative would be More rotating strikes work Stop pages working to Rule proce dures and other forms of disruption to the service. Brandon Man. Manitoba new democratic party premiered Schreyer came to the defence of private Enterprise Here saturday when he blasted the left Wing ele ments of his party for what he described a vicious vindictiveness toward private Industry in the province. The outburst by the Premier who was visibly angry. Came at the annual convention of the nip during debate of a Resolution which asked that the Schreyer government Stop pro Viding subsidies to private Enterprise in Manitoba. The Reso Lution was overwhelmingly Defeated after considerable debate on the convention floor. Preamble to the Resolution As Well As speeches by several Waffle delegates strongly criticized the nip government of Manitoba for providing financial assistance to the private sector it suggested the government in Stead concentrate on encouraging the formation of co opera lives and new Crown corporations. The Premier said while he was fed up with the tirades against socialism by Chambers of Commerce and boards of Trade i equally As tired of the vicious vindictiveness new contract averts strike against private Industry. So far this government has not adopted any policy of out right Grants to attract in said Premier Schreyer in defending the action of his government and More specifically the department of Industry and Commerce which had come in for harsh criticism earlier for its welfare to Busi Xvi i oppose this Resolution be cause i believe the economic policy of the nip has been in support of a mixed in accordance with that policy he said his government has provided Loans to Farmers As Well As private Industry with emphasis on assistance for email and medium size firms through the Small Loans division of the Manitoba development corporation. Instead of continually attack ing private Industry he said the party should instead concentrate on economic develop easier abortions rejected the ment that would provide most jobs for Manitoban. In the end what counts is what will provide maximum Job he said angrily. The Premier was also forced please see defends Page 8 More details on he 11 looking for a pet this want and under dogs cats Birds tropical fish 21 Beagle 2w4377. Puppies. Phone is among the hundreds of bargains in today s classified Section. No matter what you need shop and save in free press want ads. By David Lee a last minute agreement be Ween the Manitoba Hospital association and 300 Laboratory technologists and technicians has averted a strike that threatened to cripple 11 of the province s major hospitals. The Hospital workers members of the Manitoba association of medical Laboratory technologists said Friday they would strike by 8 a. Monday Over a dispute involving hours of work and a management rights clause demanded by their employers. J late saturday however rep j resent Tives of the Hospital and technologists associations ended a Day Long session behind closed doors by settling the Dis Pute and signing a new con tract. Neither the Hospital association nor the technologists would reveal the contents of the new contract because we agreed that for now it would serve no purpose we Don t want cries of Victory on either it s much the same As mid said a spokesman for the technologists. The Only please see Hospital Page 4 today youth scene 5 let s next assignment .26 classified 31 to 45 comics deaths 10 finance 28 Jumble 34 movies 18 sports.26 to 30, 45 television 17 women .12 to 14 nearly everyone reads the free press City zone total. By Alice Krueger Brandon Man. Staff the Manitoba new democratic party went on record As opposing any further legalization of abortion Laws after hearing a passionate plea from premiered Schreyer Here sunday to leave the Law in Canada As it now exists. The stand was taken by about 280 delegates attending the party s weekend policy Conven Tion and is in direct conflict with that of the Federal nip which favors removal of Abor Tion from the criminal code. The party s rejection of Abor Tion on demand was a major Victory for former Manitoba highways minister Joe Borowski who announced immediately following the 155 to 117 vote that he would remain with the party. It was a dispute Over the abortion Issue which led or. Borwoski to resign from the provincial Cabinet in sep tember. Please see easier Page 8 strike threat denied victims tortured slaughtered dra Enla tracked Down Fosse 2i. Of the ,2 Newton mass. A two Boston College Histo rians who set out four years ago to find the origins of the Dracula the Vampire stories say they found evidence of a flesh and blood Dracula whose real exploits of horror put the Vampire to shame. The historians or. Rada Storescu professor of to Hii Sias sad Elk is his Oil and or. Raymond Mcnary professor of russian history say the real dra Caja was a i5th Cestary romanian Prince. Dracula use real prs re feel say ts3ed about people 3jrring is lifetime of them a i435-s2 rated the of ass Patts 5ot, of course As a Vampire but As an actual per son who was portrayed i a poetic Way in the Cna ii y began checking Gersaba Slavk sources Bat Side fee Litesy 1957 in up Tsi i Gosi Ite j Quebec Sucu Rosnes Ite set Page Montreal up three airline unions negotiating con tracts with air Canada and the Federal government move into conciliation within the next few weeks. However spokesmen for two of the unions saturday denied reports that labor disputes could disrupt air traffic at the height of the Christmas Holiday season. There is no talk of strike action at said a spokesman for the Canadian traffic i controllers association which represents More than key Airport workers. I the conciliators appointed i Are top notch and we will await j their report before considering i any other a conciliation Board chaired by professor Earl e. Palmer of the Cseve Rusty of Western on is to begin bearings dec. J id. It a Fol leave two weeks to be Zenft a report. If to Extension is asked the Assoria Soa room legacy Call a strike Serea Days water Pierre Macula agents g represents in see we tit tags. V Frease see

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