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Interlake Spectator (Newspaper) - March 4, 1987, Springfield, Manitoba the Inter lake Tammy Iphnspn is this years Riverton Winter Carnival For more coverage Deer over ByBainOair Members of the provinces largest wildlife association say In dians are taking advantage of their work by shooting deer they are feeding in an Interlake wildlife management The Dennis Lake Wildlife Association has been feeding deer in the Narcisse Wildlife Manage ment part of the largest wintering ground for whitetail deer in the for four This they have found about 40 dead deer in their feeding mainly the result of Native hunters exercising their treaty they They believe many more have been Its very discouraging for our members to see the dead deer when they go in to feed especially when theyre right beside our says Dennis Lake president Carl They treaty Indians are tak ing advantage of the work that were The deer arent scared of Theyve become very ac customed to he Theyve become very The chiefs of two Interlake reserves dismiss the associations saying they are assuming probably wrongly that In dians are the only rones shooting the deer Our people dont leave calling cards when they go out says Chief Louis Stevenson of the Peguis How do they know that its Indians from Peguis I know for a fact that its not just our that are doing says Chief Raymond Swan of the Lake Manitoba Its not only Indian I know All of this problem is really just a a debate about said Although Dennis Lake members say they have seen many Indians hunting in the feeding area this conservation of ficer Larry who patrolled the area several times after complaints were says he saw no Indians hunting and no dead There was no indication any poaching by white hunters had taken place says Malinowski and other Dennis Lake members took a reporter through the feeding area on Five fresh deer kills were found along with evidence of several other kills a few days Four carrying were seen in the feeding area that The truck they drove was Continued on page Gimli By Edward Matlashewski Statistics released by the En vironment Canada weather in formation office shows that sun shines a lot over So often that the community is ranked ninth in Canada as haying the most hours of sunlight in a On Gimli has hours of sunlight per On top was Saskatchewan with hours per All top ten spots were communities in the three prairie Jim Gimli weather sta controversy Dennis Lake Wildlife Association president Carl Malinowski surveys the grim scene at the site of one of their deer feeders in the Narcisse Wildlife Management The association feels Indian hunters inset are taking advantage of their feeding Inwood girl beats now needs heart transplant By Lome Reimer Having succeeded in one a long and painful one against 14 yearold Stacey Bland of Inwood is preparing for The grade nine student at In wood has been told that she must have a heart transplant within six months in order to The chemotherapy treatment she received previously to beat her cancer had the irreversable effect of enlarging her according to Staceys Stacey and her Lome tioji said while the statistics compiled refer to the rest of the Interlake is in In fact Delta on Lake is ranked third overall with He said communities further away from large urban centres usualy have more Stonewall probably is pretty close bui being close to the city the smog and haze cuts down the said Bobby said the flatness of the prairies are a reason why the top ten spots are dominated by prairies Any area with hills or mou tains generates a lot more cloud he The sunshine data is compiled by a special instrument based along the same principle as a magnifying glass using sunlight to burn through The time is counted in six minute It is about as accurate as you can said Despite the positive tone of be Continued on page and Janice are expected to fly to London University Hospital in about a week for the first bat tery of tests to prepare her for her needed heart Stacey seems to be the strongest of all of said Janice of their only If it wasnt for her stub she would have given said her Three times they thought she wouldnt make it and three times she prov ed them Shes going to prove it to them she Stacey was struck with cancer of the backbone over five years ago at the age of With the combination of and her strong will to Stacey managed to beat the life threatening As a result of her worsening heart Stacey was forc ed to stop attending school at the end of January and is on a variety of medication to keep her heart She also needs oxygen to sleep at Possessing a keen sense of humour about Stacey was serious for a moment in sharing this simple philosophy about the impending If its got to be it has to be she Shes eager to get on with her adding that her favourite ac tivity in life is riding Its the getting out by yourself and the wind blowing around she shed like to study to be a In the Stacey enjoys visits from her and listening to She also drops in at Inwood Manor occasionally to visit the seniors there who recently gave her a box of stationery as a get There are lots of people to see you never get she No stranger to Stacey will have to make three visits to London University Hospital before the heart transplant takes Factors such as psychological bacteria and tissue matching will Continued on page
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