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Brandon Sunday (Newspaper) - June 3, 1990, Brandon, Manitoba Hockey great Phil Esposito talks about his future in the nil 9 satanic worship the Road Back Victor House training for adults 17 again Fox stars in film sequel 713 weather Windy sunny monday Page 2 Dune 1990 Meech debate Senate Reform the key to reaching Accord Deal heats up As deadline nears Chretien says everyone must make compromises Ottawa up when the first ministers meet to break bread and try to solve the constitutional impasse the Meech Lake menu will include a dash of debate Over the distinct but it May be Senate Reform that Sticks in their Senate Reform want even sup posed to be comprehensively addressed in the Meech Lake but it has become the key to open ing the Meech Lake constitutional the Accord was designed to win Quebec approval of the cons Titu the Deal did Call for unanimous consent to Reform the but that subject was supposed to be dealt with in a later round of constitutional two of the three prov news line Rex Harrison Dies of cancer new York Reuter actor Rex who Tai cd lasting Fame with his i portrayal of the perfectionist i Henry Higgins in my fair died saturday of pancreatic his producer he was the English born actor died at his new York apart said Elliott who produced four Broadway plays starring including his the Martin said Harrison worked until the last week of the which closed May 20 at the ambassador inside 1416 68 2 16 911 12 16 Iii min Why cant you pick on someone your own size inces opposed to the Meech Lake Accord Manitoba and newfound land have made Reform of the upper chamber the crucial Issue for the make break meeting at the museum of civilization across the Ottawa River in prime minister Brian Mulroney has said no formal first ministers conference will be held if the 11 leaders cant save Meech Lake Over if Mulroney gauges that Progress is being a con Ference will be held Federal officials said Mani Tobas Gary Filmon and newfound lands Clyde Wells Are hoping for too much if they think an agree ment on Senate Reform can be wrapped up before Meech Lake Dies on june see Carstairs 2 Africa May lift state of emergency Johannesburg Asp president de Klerk will not renew South Africa Foury Earold state of emergency when it expires next two newspapers re ported quoting informed the Star and the afrikaans language rapport said the Security situation had eased enough that de Klerk is certain not to renew the state of emergency when it expires at mid night june parts of the emergency May re main in Force in where pro african National Congress groups Are engaged in a bloody Power struggle with the Zulu inkatha the newspapers proclaimed by former presi i Dent Pieter Botha on june the stale of emergency gives police extensive Powers to curb political including the right to detain people without until when de Klerk de Klerk scrapped Media Laws enacted under the state of emergency severely restricted the right of journalists to be at the scene of political violence or to re port police the state of emergency has been listed by the Anc As one of the obstacles to entering negotiations with the government on a new con lifting the state of emergency following fridays announcement of the imminent scrap Ping of the separate amenities which reserves the Best Public facilities for Whites would make it More difficult for opponents of apartheid to maintain that continued International economic sanctions Are needed to Force pro commentators theres no indication the Federal proposal would get Quebec Carstairs everyone has to Compromise if they want an Chretien Montreal up everyone must Compromise even Quebec if the Meech Lake constitutional Accord is to Liberal Leader ship candidate Jean Chretien said speaking to reporters in the sunlit lobby of a downtown Chretien said he has not changed his stand against Meech Lake contrary to reports carried by the Canadian press on saturday that he was urging holdout premiers to accept the Accord As it i Hope that Meech Lake passes with with clarification on the charter of rights and the he i want the charter of rights not to be affected by the notion of the distinct the front runner in the race to Sun photo by Desmond Murray testing the Waters Glen Hainsworth of Deloraine was one of Many anglers who chose to try his Luck on the Assiniboine River the Shoreline filled up near Dinsdale Park for f the up employees association Channel cat1 fish fishing continues succeed John Turner expressed Confidence going into the final leadership candidates debate today in despite being out of step with most who support the Accord would recognize Quebec As a distinct and give new Powers to All the prov in Chretien looking relaxed in an open necked Redan Dwhite striped dress in Quebec in completely when asked How he Felt about his opponents getting a last shot at he responded enthusiastically i want a Lively theres nothing i hate More than when its see Chretien 2 lawyers say open hearings necessary by Debra Boyce Sun staff lawyers have to make them selves accountable to the Public by opening judicial says a Brandon because the Public not admitted they think there is nothing forcing us to be accountable and because were not forced to be accountable the theory goes were not discharging our self government said Don Little at the annual meeting of Manitoba Branch of the Canadian bar association judicial hearings Are held by the Law society if a complaint is made against a lawyer and the ensuing investiga1 Tion shows the complaint is war1 current these hearings Are closed to the i Public and the Only the name of the law1 yer and the Verl diet arc publish1 i the Law piety of Manitoba Little has a committee looking at the question of opening the members of the association narrowly Defeated a Resolution to advise the society that they Are against opening the there is no Resolution passed today saying we support opening them said George presi Dent of the Manitoba were just not going to be making any presentations saying we oppose Orle said while this will Send the Law society the idea that the bar association int opposed to the there Are Many individual members who will continue to Peti Tion against see opponents 2 Tiana men Square closed to prevent commemoration arrests made and activities planned to Stop anniversary activities a wire photo no commemoration soldiers March through the Beijing a authorities tightened Security in Beijing on saturday and closed Tiana men Square in an Effort to prevent any commemoration of the anniversary of last years army at tack on pro democracy also sources in Shanghai said Wang a leading writer who participated in the pro democracy was arrested in has not been seen in Public since last the general Public was not Al Lowed to enter Tiana men Square which still bears the scars of tank treads from the night of june when hundreds and possibly thousands of people were killed by paramilitary police stood guard and soldiers exercised noisily while thousands of children played games on the vast some games involved manoeuvring Remote controlled tanks through others shooting toy rifles at Normal there not going to do anything that clearly will the government warned foreign radio stations against broadcasting a taped program the chinese Are very not going to do anything that clearly will student of Beijing Normal University one Beijing student was seen wearing a shirt emblazoned with the pro democracy movements v for Victory but there were no other signs of the impending the chinese Are very prac said a student at Beijing made by chinese dissidents in Security guards patrolled Cam and armed sentries were posted at a major intersection next to the main foreign residential compound in on at least one Beijing teachers were assigned to make bed checks in student at Beijing University and other official dance parties were scheduled to distract police have reported More arrests of vagrants and common criminals in Beijing and apparently part of the Effort to keep order during the authorities planned a ceremony in the Square to commemorate the 1840 opium War against which official histories describe As an example of foreign imperialist and on taxis were to gather in the Square to practise Safe the Only three political activists who have continued to openly criticize the government drop Ped out of sight thursday and were believed in police

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