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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 4, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba To sunny Side up dietitian unscramble some notions about cholesterol and eggs 23 focus survives with Good Meech Lake Accord can still be saved Winnipeg Fri express 70 Clear tonight 12 sunny tomorrow 2 second cuss registration number oj86 free outside Winnipeg weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg main switchboard g439331 Home delivery 957o550 classified 9562330 wednesday april 1990111111 vol 118n0124 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets nine months sleuthing leaves death As puzzling As Ever by Zena Olijnyk been trying to solve a mystery that has been on their files since july when the Man was nine months a Man walked in hit by a westbound car about four Kilometres front of a car on the Tran Canada outside the just West of no one knows who he was or Why no identification was found on the he did estimated to be about 35 years no Ever ramp in heading Ley have no no All ramp have to go on is his description and the few pieces of clothing found on him he decided to end his its frustrating not to be Able to learn anything More about this said Gordon Noseworthy of the heading Ley de he could be anybody from he adding the body was kept in a funeral parlor for More than three months before being Given a paupers Manitoba ramp say this is the Only Case in which they have been unable to identify a body found so soon after you can understand us having problems when we find human remains or a decomposed but Here were dealing with someone who was found dead at the scene of an said ramp information officer Wyman its almost As if he didst want to be discovered or identified and covered his tracks see ramp Page 4 Glenn free press santas English letter irks tots by Ruth Teichroeb three Boniface children caught Santa Claus ignoring Canadas official bilingualism the francophone childrens complaint surfaced yesterday when the annual report of Canadas commissioner of offi Cial languages was released in bilingualism the children wrote to Santa in French just before Christmas they sent their letter to the North Hoh oho but to their Santa wrote Back in Louis an official from the wan office of the language com blamed the slip up on santas better known As Canada Post each the postal workers voluntarily answer thousands of childrens letters to when the children got the one of their parents called Gosselin said yes they asked int Canada Post a Federal institution we investigated their complaint the same As any Canada Post was notified of the error and soon the children received a Handwritten letter from Santa in he the children were very Happy to get the he most other complaints listed in the language report tabled yesterday in Ottawa were More difficult to the number of complaints about Federal institutions in Manitoba Rose 49 per cent Over the previous from 169 in 198889 to 250 last Gosselin the increase can be partly explained by a doubling of com plaints from travellers who encountered problems everywhere from the Winnipeg International Airport to National he the Overall increase is Proba Bly due to the Public greater awareness about language rights and the commissioners he Federal Aid too costly for manness Ottawa Money contingent on provinces million modelling mends fantasy Cindy Boulanger sits patiently while Friend and fellow student Rose Peters teases and sprays her hair into a Frothy fantasy for the space fantasy hair show and the two Steinbach girls were among student from All Over the province who descended on Steinbach for hair design lectures and couple to pay dearly for silence by Kevin Rollason and Bill Redekop theres no Way Manitoba will be Able to shoulder a share of a proposed Federal farm income assistance finance minis Ter Clayton manness said last i say to you that an impossible As a provincial Are prepared to pick up our share of the 88 program under great do but the Federal government asking us to pick up 50 per cent of any potential program in my View is totally manness told a Canada grains Council dinner last night that he knows the financial hardships Mani Toba Farmers Are facing because their incomes have been dropping dramatically for the last few hard pressed but he said the province would be hard pressed to come up with million to share in the Federal Aid especially when last years total provincial agriculture budget was Federal agriculture minister Don Mazankowski announced last week that Manitoba Farmers could be Eli Gible for up to million in income but Mazankowski said the Aid package is contingent on the Provin Cial governments contributing half the meaning Manitoba share would be about Federal farm income analysts manness impossible task yesterday revised projections for 1990 that had forecast an 87per cent drop in farm income in Mani Toba and a 101percent drop in the new estimate is for farm income to fall 57 per cent in Manito 46 per cent in Alberta and 87 per cent in farm income projections were re Vised upward because Prairie farm ers carried Over More of their 1989 Grain crop into it just Means farm incomes for 1989 were lower than originally the revised estimate is that Manitoba farm income dropped 27 per cent in 1989 and not the 22 per cent first crop insurance payments and higher Canadian wheat Board final payments also boosted the 1990 farm income the figures do not include the see Prairie Page 4 by Catherine Mitchell Inger and John Hatch got the Bill for the sound of silence yesterday More than the couple told no one How they scooped More than million from the Royal Bank of Canada and yesterday a judge by the Lack of facts in their defence or dered them to pay Back to the Justice John Scollin of court of Queens Bench came Down hard on the couples pointing to the reams of stacks of documents and expensive time accumulated by the Bank to prove its it the silence has been almost Scollin 1 doubt if one of the major anti Trust cases in the United states has accumulated the amount of paper in this Inger a former Bank clerk see husband Page 4 Index Ann 27 Jumble 26 54 7 24 31 59 56 sports to 32 Fiancee stands by Reimer killer Driver called remorseful by Dan Lett with a sigh of Kim Paterson snatches the ringing cellular phone from the restaurant table and says hello with a Confidence that indicates she already knows Donald Reimer is on the other a 21yearold native of Vancou bought the phone so she could keep in Contact with her a Winnipeg Ger who monday received the stiffest penalty Ever in Canada for three counts of criminal negligence causing Reimer was sentenced to three life terms in prison for an High Speed Chase and car crash that ended with the deaths of his three the sentences Are to be sewed Reimers face has since Lieen splashed across newspaper front pages and television newscasts As the killer Driver finally brought to Reimer had tried to outrun Winnipeg police because he had been drinking and was driving without a the car crashed at 160 and the passe Gois were after exchanging a few private quietly so the restaurant patrons could not passes the phone to Todd a Friend who served time with Rosimer in heading Ley correctional ins Titu you know the first thing he said la me yesterday after the sentencing when he called me Paterson said yesterday with a bittersweet he said Are you going to leave me now in the aftermath of a frantic and sensational court of Queens Bench his family and his friends Are bearing the Burden of society condemnation for a crime for which there is no More during the Reimer was portrayed by Crown attorneys As a monster behind the a Man who had no remorse for his the families of the three two of whom were known As Reimers greeted the sentence with but no those present in the courtroom remained steadfastly unmoved by Reimers Las minute Pleu for forgiveness at the sen caught Between guilt at having taken three lives and despair at having ruined his see who Page Kim Paterson Todd Bestwick Are standing by Donald Reimer

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