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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Brandon, Manitoba Investors disappointed with decision to charge interest Neil air Saye 65 weekly total weekly newsstand $2.75 heme delivered weekly $2.10 ms33.toimmy deals with Mexico beginning of a new Era Mulroney says Mexico City up a prime minister Brian Mulroney said Friday that Canada and Mexico have a a new dynamic relationship with the signing of to agreements on issues ranging from extradition to drug enforcement. Mulroney on a three Day state visit to Mexico announced the bilateral agreements after a two hour private meeting with president Carlos Salinas de Gortari in the Garden of the presidents official residence. The two got along so Well that Mulroney and Salinas a 41-year-old Harvard pad elected in 1988, declined to have officials and advisers join them As scheduled for the last half of the session. Talking to reporters later in a Salon at the residence the two leaders spoke of a new Era in relations Between Canada and Mexico. Mulroney said a we share the conviction that by reforming our economies and opening them to the world canadians and mexicans alike will Benefit from the dynamism and efficiencies of a rapidly integrating global Salinas Bald moustached and a head Shorter than Mulrone Mulroney signs deals a with whom he joked As deputies signed the agreements a said in Spanish that the meeting marked a a new stage in our Mulroney said the agreements along with a burgeoning population expected to reach too million in Mexico by the turn of the Century and the new a open competitive Economy ushered in by Salinas will create major new opportunities for canadians. Outlook Sunshine today with High -2 c sunday. Details on Page 2.sports world local three killed in Friday collision near Virden Sun staff three men were killed Friday in a crash on the Snow covered trans Canada Highway about 15 Kilometres East of Virden bringing the number of recent traffic fatalities near Brandon to seven. An eastbound Chevrolet compact car collided with an oncoming jeep Cherokee at about 7 30 p.m., killing two of the cards passengers instantly said ramp const. Gary White. Another car passenger was pronounced dead after being rushed to Virden Hospital. The Drivers of both vehicles Are in Hospital with undetermined injuries. Names Are being withheld until police have notified next of Kin. White said Slippery conditions caused by thursday nights storm the second to Batter Brandon this week May have been a Factor. A by the time we arrived on the scene visibility was fairly Good but there was certainly Snow on the Highway a he said. White said he could not confirm an earlier report that some of the deceased Are from Saskatchewan but added that Saskatchewan ramp will be contacted. Slick roads Are also thought to be a Factor in a thursday morning crash which killed two Griswold residents following an earlier storm. Brenda Matz 20, and Dimitrios Vassilakis 19, died when their Mazda rx-7 westbound on Highway 1a apparently went out of control and into the path of an oncoming pickup truck about seven Kilometres West of Brandon. Jack Mcleod 79, and his wife Marguerite 75, were killed sunday on the trans Canada near Alexander when their car was broadside by a Semi trailer. Title 9 Long term hostage Terry Anderson held captive five years in Lebanon Page 5 Metis want new vote grand Valley local says election invalid Page 2 Boro Tsik a not vote news line hostage taker surrenders Halifax up a a Man surrendered to police Friday night ending a tense drama that began eight hours earlier when a a frantic looking Man walked into a medical clinic and took a Man and a woman hostage. The Man wearing faded Blue jeans and White athletic shoes had a White Towel draped Over his head As he was placed in a waiting Black and White police car and whisked away. Halifax police const. Paul Macdonald said no one was injured but provided few other details. He did no to identify the hostages. Inside stabbing incident shocks a he was no satanist says Brandon Friend of suicide victim by Dave Williams Sun staff the three month anniversary of a 14-year-old Alberta boys suicide passed a couple Days ago. Jason molde hoped he could Deal privately with the memories of his friends hanging in a Lethbridge basement. Instead highly publicized rumours of satanism and death pacts being connected to Chilton thurs dec. 14 suicide have brought the painful memories Back in Force. A the was no satanist he was my Friend a molde said. The Brandon native said he returned to his fathers Home in the City immediately following Chiltons funeral. He ran away eight months ago to Lethbridge where he had lived with his Mother five years ago. Molde peered through his tinted sunglasses Down at an array of clippings from various newspapers spread across a table at the Brandon Sun which detailed the suicide of Chilton and those of two other boys soon after. Ordinarily considered a private matter the deaths achieved National prominence when authorities and Chiltons Mother connected them to satanism and a death pact Between the three boys and possibly an additional group of teenagers. A the people in Lethbridge they done to understand it. Its a very religiously orientated town very religiously orientated Back in school Back with the support of a longtime Friend molde was trying to finally live with but not forget Chiltons suicide. A the people in Lethbridge they done to understand it. Its a very religiously orientated town. A a Jason molde victims a Friend a your Best Friend hangs himself ifs a pretty heavy Load a molde said. Terri Ann Marco whose daughter was Chiltons Girlfriend for five months and in whose basement the youth hanged himself is at the Centre of the controversy. Labelled by Many As a Leader of see teen Page 2mayor slammed for land Deal vote by Kathleen Martens Sun staff mayor Rick Boro Tsik has created a will will Between the City and a group of Hong Kong investors after refusing to give them a break on a land Deal says a local spokesperson. A a he a inconsistent a said or. Jack Lam referring to the mayors deciding vote monday against forgiving about $3,700 interest on a land option owed by United Pacific co. Ltd. A when this new mayor came along what were his words to the Community a Lam asked of boots Ike a pro business election Campaign last october. A the was talking about generating interest and efforts to attract business. But his words done to match his actions. A the had the vote to change councils mind. He did not use that. In fact he added on to a Small Community mentality in some the mayor was called to break a 4-4 tie during a second vote on whether the company which plans to make arthritis medicines from hog and cattle bladders for Export to China should get an interest waiver. The Issue was reopened when coun. Arnold Grambo Green acres changed his mind after voting to demand payment. The company put to per cent Down on City land in his Ward where it intends to build a $360,000 Plant and create five to nine jobs. Boro Tsik voted Down the waiver declaring a a Deal a the City deserved payment he said because it was not responsible for the investors immigration delays. A you done to give away the store see Boro Tsik Page 2 agribusiness. 6 Canada. 6,24 classified. 19-24 editorials.4 entertainment. 17 lifestyle. 13,14 local. 2 Manitoba. 2,7 obituaries. 24 sports. 9-11 to comics. 16 world.5,24 a i think you ordered us a three course meal from the wine woman a Brandon woman received a Jolt first thing Friday morning when she witnessed a stabbing victim come running out of a nearby sixth Street apartment House. A at first i saw a kid running out of the House and then he came out with his hands Over his head screaming at the top of his lungs a said the woman who did no to give her name. A i saw blood All Over his Chest and Down his she was leaving her House around 8 a.m., and getting into a friends car for a ride downtown when the Man came running out of 360 sixth st., crossed the Street and slumped Over. A a in be Felt guilty All Day for us not stopping but As soon i got to the Sun Centre i called the police a she said Friday afternoon outside the apartment House. City police say the 20-year-old Man who was stabbed in the Chest was picked up and taken to Hospital by another passerby while yet another Driver picked up a woman at the scene and took her to Hospital. A a we a like both Drivers to Contact the police a said sgt. Lloyd Collister. Investigators spent most of Friday going through the front apartment on the second floor of the House eventually leaving with numerous items. Collister said the Many a wounds were treated at Brandon general Hospital and that he should recover fully. A a he a going to be of hell probably have to spend four or five Days in the Hospital a he said adding the stabbing appears to be the result of a Domestic dispute. No arrests have been made in the incident. Inspection City police carry evidence from scene of Friday morning stabbing. March 17, 1990 500 Sun photo by Doyle Friend Jason molde denies his Friend was a Home delivery Call 727-0527 or toll free 1-727 5111 within 100-mile radius

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