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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaDon Jonas at Grey cup see Page 57 final edition vol. 79 no. 50 Price 10 cents 15 cents thursday november 25, 1971 Sunrise . Sunset . . Moonset forecast Cloudy 10 and 20 election committee starts wheels turning provincially by Bob Lis Way a new provincial political be established by the organizers of the Independent citizens 37_ of Candi Winnipeg s new 50-member Balfe with ban estimated demonstrators outside rhe houses of parliament in London protested against unemployment in Britain. Wed police House an escapes London a workers i at least 17 persons were a protesting Britain s a employ rested. Ment a police wednesday a peaceful March a Iota police approaches t o parliament labor the House of t the i of parliament Tody he had worked out a aet Kment to end the six year Rhodesia re Bellion within the five principles protecting the inter ests of the Black majority in the Farmer British Colonjr. Trais of the my Rita i Saisbury wednesday by and rhodesian Premier Ian will be put before the people of Rhodesia As a whole in a test of the British foreign Secretary told the House of commons. The Colonia minority of whiter uni laterally declared Independence from Britain in 1965 after Refus ing to move toward majority Rule by the five million Blacks. Britain with United nations support then eco nomic blockade in an Effort to Force the White minority regime into a settlement that woul both recognize Independence and Lead to Black majority Rule. The first of the Princi pies which Douglas Home Sai was embodied in the proposed settlement demands unimpeded Progress toward majority Rule something the Smith regime always refused in the past Douglas Home said the agree ment worked out with Smith provides for amendments to the rhodesian Constitution that will remove clauses restricting Black voting rights. This a Fol be replaced by arrangements providing for unimpeded Progress toward majority he said. But a British government almost certain to top the Uri Liob Mark before in the Tail Lof the column slashed tires and ripped mirrors from cars Central buoyed up by their in civic the1 organizers of the committee met wednesday the idea of launching such 5 if we decide to would urge the liberals and get tout of Clear the Way for Pur new party which would be an new democratic party said Norm Campaign chairman of the election com Mittee in the october civic elec Tion. Many members of the in dependent c i t i z ens election committee Are Active liberals or conservatives. A b out 25 people attended wednesday s meeting in the Sheraton Carlton subcommittees established to study various fac a i ii i please see new Page 14 soviet Union China clash in in debate Malik Chiao fight it out in general Assembly by Stephen Scott United nations China and the soviet Union clashed for the first time in the United nations wednesday night each Bac handing the other while slapping at the United states. The subject was disarmament but most Las a Large number of Prev India politicians appear to be tin decided at this Point on How they would vote on the Issue o g o v e r n in e n t Aid to private schools. Please see rhodesian Page 14 Rahway . A a ranking new Jersey state police officer said today troopers and corrections officers would storm Rahway state prison where convicts who rioted were holding the Warden and five guards As hostages. An associated press reporter asked state police Lieut Gor Don Hector who is principal spokesman for col. David b. Kelly superintendent of the state police Are you going to storm the yes we Hector re plied. About 50 helmeted troopers an armed with shotguns began massing at the Entrance to a Tunnel like corridor that leads through the outer Wall of the prison into the Yard. A state police spokesman said earlier that 150 troopers and 100 correction officers were stand ing by at the prison. Police to o ii g h speaker Selwyn Doyd refused to suspend the commons session an ill party group was sent to St. Stephen s Gate to plead with the March leaders. William the conservative Bouse Leader ordered that a deputation of 40 Union leaders be allowed into the commons to talk with individual maps. Please see prison Page 16 please see British Page 13 Deer season b extended intruder upheld shaggy dog Story Heights . Renter charges have been dropped against a Man who chimed be entered a Boose at the invitation of the family dog. Samuel East Raan Tow Nas Sau county police that when be and Bis far Fly returned from a night out june 4, be found a stranger inside having a a Risic to Fig to East Man s Coffie. Eafe aaa decoded to knew what the was do Fig is ibs Fase of gust staff Ped 4owa a easy is drat and got inside the Man replied the dog invited me in and asked me to join Bun in a drink. So i poured a scotch for Bun and one for Eastman called police and of stranger identified As Douglas Cameron 29, a mar Ket researcher from Andover mass., repeated is Story. He was charged wifi first degree burglary and later released on bail. The Case Tocea West to a grand Usaj a bid tuesday to retard an Iodko ment against canner on. Mrs. East seas for was a i was the Deer Hunting season is being extended in several areas of Manitoba because heavy Snow and severe crusting have made Hunting difficult with the result that there has been Only a moderate kill to Date. In the Central and North Interlake areas and Duck Mountain areas the Deer season which was to close nov. 27, is being extended to dec. 18. This includes areas 12, 13, 14, 18, 25 and 25b. In areas 15, 20 and 21, the season was to end dec. 18. It Bas been extended to Jan. 15, 1972. The provincial depart ment of mines and natural resources reports there Are Good Deer populations in these areas and that severe die off win occur if Normal Winter conditions persist through to april on top of the already heavy snowfall in several areas the prob Lem is increased because food for the herds is not sufficient to carry them Jackt r parachuted to Freedom from a commar deemed passenger Jet after extorting from Northwest airlines with a bomb threat authorities say. Two of four parachutes obtained by the told do aged i Jitter from airline officials in sea toe were missing when the plane landed Here with f o u r Crew members aboard the Fri reported today. There s no Way he Couk have got off in Sale Harold e. Campbell special agent in charge of Fri operations in Nevada. We had the Airport of f Ici als at Mcchord air Force base near Tacoma re to say whether the pilots of three planes that trailed the hijacked Boeing 727 Airliner saw any parachutes during the flight authorities said the Hijacker probably parachuted from the plane sometime after it left Seattle wednesday night but apparently there were no wit Nesses to his escape. Thirty six passengers and two stewardesses had been let off the plane in Seattle. But airline o f f i c i a 1 s said the Hijacker locked the remaining four Crew members in the cockpit after the plane took off again. He s in the Back of the air plane and everyone else is in a Federal aviation administration supervisor said during the Seattle to Reno flight the plane made the run at feet with its rear Stair Northstar please see Deer Page 14 please see . Plane Page 16 Canadian Pacific hotels announced thursday it will take Over management of the 29-Storey Northstar inn in downtown Winnipeg dec. 1. Up hotels the largest hotel operator in Canada said in the announcement it has signed a Long term management contract with Western theatres ltd., owners of the million hotel Western theatres is 50 per cent owned by famous players Canada corp. Ltd. Peter g. Mcarthur executive assistant manager of Toronto s Royal York hotel is to become manager of the Northstar inn. The hotel s present staff of 200 is to be retained under the new contract Winnipeg is one of West Ern Canada s major Market areas and an important addition to our hotel said Ken Mackell vice president operations Prairie Region up hotels. We have been looking for a poll of the 57 members of the Manitoba legislature shows that of the 55 contacted 27 would hot like to commit them selves one Way or the other at this time. Of the rest polled 12 favor Public Aid to private schools 11 Are opposed and five would not comment when questioned on the subject the e x p 1 o s i v e 80-year-old question of private school Aid in Manitoba came up again last weekend at the provincial new democratic party policy convention in Brandon. A Resolution before the Dele Gates calling for no More Public Aid to private schools was tar bied leaving the provincial nip with to p arty line on the premiered Schreyer strongly favouring private school Aid and mines minister Sidney Green strongly opposed both agreed that there must be a free vote on the Issue in the Manitoba legislature Premier Schreyer said he himself would Likely introduce a private school Aid Bill at the next session of the Manitoba legislature Early next year. Judging from the results of the poll of the legislators both the Premier and or. Green have a lot of lobbying to do for their respective positions on the Issue even within their own legislative caucus. The poll taken Over a four Day period this week monday through thursday shows that please see poll Page 14 Deputy foreign minister Chiao Kuan Hua of China told the general Assembly the soviet Union and the had concocted the. Nuclear test ban and Aon proliferation treaties to their Ovra nuclear arms expansion in the name of Dinar d e p u t y foreign minister Jacob Mazolik of Russia retorted that Chiao had joined . State Secretary spam Rogers in a curious sino american duet of negativism in regard to the so Viet proposal for the convening of a world disarmament Confer Chiao chairman of China s please see China Page 8 limits liquor crackdown hits the strip please see up Page 5 a letter to cheer Board Ajtai Fly Ett Stetna Tow be please see Page looking Fok As Organ Tass West and Masi Towe 38 Chow Ericc Stensg the in today s save is free dear Man will Yon please Send something fsr cafe Risemas to the old lady face sol alone you we on we far Aad the Man welfare say we a Fol leave so wonn. I Torii the Ariess from Sian. She give me Candy last staffier by Sims Bev. I am ii age. The Nitro cd fed a Cheri Steps Beer Bond water to a Victor Street last de Morber. Day a in wow Aai Yotori Chris twats be ser bar and Losew Fiat it really gave is a Lovely dinner at Troas and made As fed much happier than Ever be fore we Psi always re wrote one elderly couple after receiving one of the Christmas Beer Board Haffly pcs delivered to needy Boose bods in 1970. Too cac Zero Caber too. A Aad a the Manitoba liquor Contra commission has ordered a seat ing reduction of Between 10 and 20 per cent in 17 main Stree area Botek because of obvious abuses in the sales and con sumption of alcoholic Bever Ages along this area known As the strip. J. Frank Syms said the seat ing reductions Are effective thursday. The hotels named by the commission Are Brunswick National Northern. Yale Savoy mount Royal Leland St Charles Bell new Occidental Patricia Sutherland West Empress Kings Royal Albert and the Oxford. Or. Syms also said the Gen eral conditions in this area will be observed by the com Mission with he said in a written state ment those of the above hotels which operate a dancing premise win reduce their seat ing by 10 per cent the other above hotels who do not have dancing a Fol reduce their seating by 20 per cent the free press was Able to obtain a copy of a letter sent to the Bangs hotel announcing a reduction i the seating capacity there from 162 to 130. Individual letters were apr patently sent to each of the 17 hotels. Or. Syms said needless to the Union of Manitoba municipalities passed two resolutions wednesday requesting re Versal of recent provincial government changes in the Munici pal act allowing people on Wel fare and resident electors to be elected to municipal office. Although some delegates voiced Strong disapproval on the resolutions both were car ried by a considerable margin. Resolution 10, calling for an amendment to the municipal act requested that any per son receiving welfare shall not be eligible to hold office on a attorney general Al Hackling i Council the other a i Resolution also calling for a change in the municipal act asked that Only property owners in Good financial stand ing with the municipality be Al Lowed to hold office on a Muni say any additional measures seen necessary will also be dealt with by the Board and the said in an interview the move could be interpreted As the first step in a move to Stop liquor abuses in the area. He said conditions in the area continue to inflict a blight and social a he said licences in the area have to realize something much More effective must be done to improve the in his statement or. Syms said Beer Parlours Only premises where Only Beer is sold Are not at this time being see crackdown Page 5 Cipal Council in an interview wednesday r. L. Mcdonald Deputy min ister of municipal affairs said both resolutions involved recent changes in the municipal act or. Mcdonald said the change in the act allowing resident electors to hold office went into effect Jan. 1, 1970. Please see seeking Page 13 by the Pound promotion dozen eggs Plain dull9 to those Sead Yoor de Natios to free press Christen cheer faed 300 Street de it to the and Floer free press today 15 53 Chuck deaf los to nearly everyone Rei Baths Fife press by Paul pih1chvn Manitoba egg producers wednesday were urged to come up with some new marketing techniques including the Sale of the product by weight rather than the traditional dozen if they Hope to remain economically successful. Ted Wasy Losben a poultry expert with file Canada depart ment of agriculture told the annual meeting of die Manitoba i egg and pallet producers cow rail Burc oat egg producers Aren t spoofing Emigh of pro Nofen of Teir product Stuffl Seo your eggs a the pain duh oae dozes Cartons Yow were 36 years fee said. Be suggested prods cers so Safe was cos Asre a per tests using such techniques As Selling by weight or by offering Reci Pes in the Cartons which would urge housewives to use More eggs in their cooking. Tell the housewife that she is getting one and a half pounds of food when she buys a dozen at an average Price of 50 cents a dozen for Grade a Large eggs oat works out to 33 cents a Pound and or. Wasy Losben said bars not a bad food i he also suggested fee producers see Ohad state what fee Sortzi tire valve of eggs is right of a package Ike Cereal pro dec Afi you do now is say Tref or. Wasy Lysbia said

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