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Panama City News Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1996, Panama City, Florida THE NEWS April 2, 1996 World loses second killer whale this A 2-year-old killer whale who developed health problems at an early age died of undetermined causes at Sea World of Florida on which had been separated from the marine park's performing whales since the age of five is the second to die at the Orlando attraction in a little more than a who died was the second offspring of a 5,000-pound female who died Feb. 25 a few days after giving birth to a stillborn born Dec. 31, 1993, had a number of physical ailments that could all have contributed to her said Chuck vice president of animal A necropsy was being and test results from research laboratories that study different organs are not expected for several don't like to speculate on the cause of but she had very obvious physical was erratic in her eating habits and her growth weight was not Tompkins animal's motor skills were not fully developed and she was a slow he a these could be likened to autism or something like was or by the healthy killer whales when she first started displaying unusual Sea World officials filled the role of her feeding her and swimming with her and observing her around the Tompkins said of a special team assigned to the World had no prior experience with a whale in that he and looking forward to having some researcher help us and is what the problem two recent deaths were not officials Gudrun's first calf was born in July 1989 and is in good Sea World spokesman Nick Orlando park has six other two males and four All killer whales are trained performers and use the stage name Brazilian shown in this 1984 was for seven decades a stop place for the rich and famous visiting Palm Soon the palm-shaded stucco creation of architect Addison Mizner will be reborn as an old age home for the hotel to rich and famous to become old age home for BEACH Time brings even to the Brazilian Court for seven decades a stopping place for the rich and famous visiting this famed island the palm-shaded stucco creation of famed architect Addison Mizner which has lodged movie business tycoons and royalty all the way back to the silent screen era will be reborn as an old age after all those years hosting the likes of Errol Clark Gable and Richard the Brazilian Court won't be just another nursing it is to become a residence for the aged and the hotel's 134 which go for a are to be made over into 50 suites and 50 studio interested in spending their declining years in splendour will sign yearly leases of for suites or for the idea was that of Abe who paid million for the hotel last owns other retirements along the Eastern sees the Brazilian Court as the essence of Palm said spokeswoman Nancy he saw it changing going from owner to sliding down that slope of So he saw a wonderful 1985, the Brazilian Court was where 28-year-old David a son of Robert died of a drug use of mice in sculpture gets mixed A work or art or animal is the question confronting University of Florida police officers as they investigate a sculpture by Vince an art who dipped mice into orange polyester resin and cut the resin into 50 two-inch said his sculpture conveys the process of struggle throughout No charges is a university campus where mice and monkeys are being used for science all the and hardly an eyebrow is Celeste DIAMOND arc a few of the diamonds with gem tab certificates that are on We have many more in All diamonds with gem lab certificates are on sale at 50"o off. These diamonds are not on they are owned by Coin and Bullion filed by said Jamie a campus police university police confiscated the project in response to an anonymous But police and university officials are not certain what action if any to take against It is not known whether he used the mice while they were told classmates it was the best way to illustrate his was kind of but it was the only way to express my he told was strong and it turned out to be visually Gothard's argument for artistic some of his classmates could not look past his think it's horrible with no aesthetic said Autumn a Celeste Roberge defended Gothard's use of animals and said the sculpture was a valid work of is a university campus where mice and monkeys are being used for science all the and hardly an eyebrow is Roberge 10 i 1,000 7 100 ' 1 et cwt 07iaiiA<s would like to express our sincere thanks for every act of kindness shown to us at the time of the death of our beloved Father Garland K. 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CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT 763-6666 THE CANADIAN shows split over Chretien A new poll suggests a majority of Canadians outside Quebec think it was OK for Prime Minister Jean Chretien to grab a protester by the neck and shove him out of his in more than two-thirds believe Chretien should not have done what he did to the Angus News poll released found that 60 percent of those questioned outside Quebec agreed that Chretien's actions last Feb. 15 were under the in 72 percent said he not have done what he was walking through a crowd of people after a ceremony on Flag Day in when Clennett confronted him and was pushed away before being pinned to the ground by police security the results from all provinces are 51 percent approve and 45 percent disapprove of what the prime minister the poll healthier than native Canada may not be the healthful haven some Canada says recent immigrants report fewer chronic health problems than people born as the length of residency in Canada so does the incidence of sore allergies and difference is especially marked for recent immigrants from non-European who now account for most of the immigration 11 percent of such immigrants reported problems with their joints compared with 24.5 percent of says the immigrants who had been in Canada a decade or the rate was 2 much closer to the Canadian rates for allergies were 11.2 percent for recent non-European immigrants compared with 19.5 percent for For immigrants who had been in the country more than 10 the rate was 20 get babysitter after FORCES BASE New Brunswick Rookie soldiers at Canada's largest army base are spending their nights under the watchful eye of a barracks babysitter in the wake of a hazing have someone in there to keep an eye on Lt. 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John McEachern said Monday after receiving a military police report into the March 16 military report concluded last month's incident in which two soldiers dropped their pants and positioned their buttocks over another man's face wasn't serious enough to cause anyone to be kicked McEachern doesn't want such actions He said the young soldiers should learn by the end of this week what type of punishment the military intends to mete advocate want senior officials Advocates for women prisoners are hoping there will be a voluntary purge of top-level corrections officials after a judge slammed the system's defensive head of the Correctional Service resigned Monday immediately following the report into a series of events two years ago at Kingston's Prison for Pate of the Elizabeth Fry Society is hoping other officials do the don't presume to know who all was involved in these but certainly we expect those that were will take a responsible she spokeswoman for the union representing guards said her members did exactly what they were trained to Louise Arbour's report contains a scorching condemnation of the protective culture she said prevailed within the correctional judge was assigned to investigate the conduct of guards who women at the Ontario prison two years She described the system as being out of control and concluded it won't change unless it is forced charged in Newfoundland A teacher was charged with assault Monday after a child with Down's Syndrome had her mouth taped 26, of Harbour is to appear in court on allege Sheppard taped the 11-year-old girl's mouth shut with masking tape on Feb. 14 at a school in nearby Spaniard's the child's grandmother and legal said she wasn't notified until sue days after the said her grandchild normally loves going to school but didn't want to after the Butler attends a class at Holy Redeemer She is extremely limited in her ability to speak and has a Carry VINYL DRAPERIES VERTICAL BLIND 1046 W. 23RD o of L er os Acr - Flamingo Gull Jana Deh
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