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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 5, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Focus Tough Battle foes of clean air Bill fight every step of the Way Tempo lots do lunch stylish Winnipeg Ger Blossom at Spring fashion luncheons 33 business Farmers disgusted drought stricken Farmers sick of being pawns in Aid squabble 21 Winnipeg free press 30 Clear tonight 12 sunny tomorrow 2 second cuss Mai registration number 0286 in Peg free press a slav Aoril 1990 i vol118n0125 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets april weekly Homo delivery in Winnipeg out Fife Winnipeg main switchboard 9439331 Home delivery 957o5so classified 9562330 court hears coffin smashing allegations by Nick Martin the Man accused of destroying coffins in a Winnipeg cemetery once smashed a casket with a Backhoe and lifted part of a Corpse out of its Crown attorney John Peden told a bail hearing he was heard to i ripped her in i got her Peden provincial court judge Charles Newcombe set bail at for Ronald William who has been charged with offering indignities to human Mills was remanded to april 24 for a trial Peden told Newcombe the Crown believes Mills used a Backhoe to deliberately smash As Many As 150 caskets and bodies while perform ing burials at Rosh Pina memorial Park Between july of 1986 and Mills has acknowledged caskets were but denied Mali Cious lawyer Pam Smith see Gravedigger Page 4 Ray journal ads to open disciplinary procedures College drafts rules for Public inquiries turning it on Winnipeg jets Centre Dale Hawer Chuk comes from during first period action in smythe division Semi behind Edmonton oilers goalie Bill Ranford to score finals last jets took the opener by Alexandra Paul disciplinary hearings of physic ians in Manitoba will be open to the Public under a bylaw approved by the doctors licensing i would suspect in the Short future Well be prepared to implement the new Ken registrar of the College of physic ians and surgeons of said Brown said the College approved the new bylaw March he said open formal inquiries will be delayed until broadly drafted companion bylaw outlining rules including an i camera provision for the process is proceedings of disciplinary inquiries against doctors charged with misconduct under the Manitoba medical act Are kept be a policy dictated by not Saskatchewan and que Bec Are the Only provinces where similar hearings involving doctors Are open to the throwing open the locked doors of such inquiries was a debate covered in a recent free or Cox series on Public concerns Over secrecy among licensing including Legal and dental the Law society of Manitoba is also considering changes to open its close door disciplinary Brown said there was no single Factor that influenced the colleges this has been a developing trend within the College now for five he although there have been coincidental i dont think theres been a specific event that has been More influential than any free press interviews with Brown and Deputy registrar Robert Walker last december captured the gallery lectured for inviting Cross Nurine artist Janet Mcfarland the Winnipeg Art gallery was criticized yesterday for holding a workshop on censorship featuring a speech and slide show by an artist whose works include a Crucifix immersed in a Jar of City councillors yesterday asked their representative on the Art Gal Lery Roger Young to Tell the gallery it should have had More consideration for i dont feel we need that in win George Fraser Charles i think we have to have some respect for decency in our commune and particularly with a publicly funded Fraser said Many pieces by new York artist Andres Serrano Are of including the Crucifix in works that include the artists own blood and and a work that used sanitary pads glued on a piece of Fraser comments sparked a storm of controversy during yester Days Council prompting councillors to debate whether to approve the gallery interim Grant on yesterdays in not voting to give anything to the Winnipeg Art Harry Lazarenko Mynarski its not Only its bloody insulting what this Man ser see irate Page 4 racial storm brewing Over Council assaults by Radha Krishnan Thampi a political storm with racial overtones is brew ing at City Hall Over charges a Winnipeg in the nineties councillor was subjected to verbal and physical assaults by two senior Council win president Shirley Bradshaw wrote to mayor Bill Nome last week asking he direct Chris Lorenc Sisler and Ernie Gilroy Daniel Mclntyre to publicly apolo Gize to Joseph Yuen Redbone for their unbecoming behaviour during the budget debate March Bradshaw said Gilroy grabbed Yuen by his tie and Shook him for using the term gang to describe the group that dominated Council prior to last Falls Gilroy leaned Over across the desk and grabbed my said he pulled me toward him and said dont you Ever expect my support in future for your chinese sure it was the mayor and a few other councillors were i was Hurt the mayor asked me to he he said reporters missed the incident because Gilroy Back blocked their View from the Public gallery in the Council Yuen said he didst raise the Issue before because he feared finance committee could kill a project the two see apologies Page 4 Gilroy let Public judge poles blamed for East German woes by Gerald flood Winnipeg free press East Ger Many Eyvonne is almost six feet tall and As they but in a crowded bar in this East German town across the Oder River from it is not her size that makes her stand its her nation is a which never seemed to matter As she went about her life in this microelectronics Centre of where she has worked As a waitress in a polish raising the curtain restaurant for five but that changed last after East Germany opened its Borders to the West and poles started pouring Over the peace Bridge in the Centre of destined for West Berlin 80 Kilometres Many were tourists but most were people carrying bags stuffed with cheap polish products that they sold in West used the revenues to buy Western products like and then carted them Back to Poland for resale at a Eyvonne said Frankfurt residents started to complain that the Cash Laden poles also were cleaning out where state control keeps prices they started calling poles thieves and complaining they were dirty and very quickly the criticism of some poles became slurs against All now people come to the restau rant and say you Are polish people will come in the Street with dogs and say they will Send the dogs after Eyvonne i fear to speak polish on the Tram because some people will hear and say you you polish peo get i do not understand maybe they want to blame polish people for the bad situation in their maybe they Only pretend to like polish people when there were no polish in the a civic restau rant in the basement of the town Hall where the Din of Bee drinking music was almost Wolfgang removed his jacket to reveal a Crisp White shirt with epaulettes on the tension i cant say theres any in this Wolfgang the polish people and the people Are not against each it is no problem a teacher in former times maybe there see poles Page 4 evolution of the change from closed to open open hearings were at first rejected but within the College had ordered a committee to study the we might As Well proceed As if that is the Way things Are going to see Public Page 4 farm loan scheme weighed by John Douglas Winnipeg free press Ottawa Manitoba is looking at a plan that could immediately put million in Low interest Loans into banners the province wants to Trade a loan program for million Cash required to trigger a Federal farm Aid provincial finance minister Clay ton manness said tuesday theres no Way Manitoba could come up with million to share in the Federal Aid especially when last years total provincial agriculture budget was the loan plan is among several being negotiated by the Federal and provincial 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 is contingent on the provinces contributing half the meaning Manitoba share would be about but rather than putting Cash in banners most including have suggested their contributions come in the form of other income assistance pro net farm income in Manitoba is expected to drop 87 per cent this to about million from an average of Manitoba agriculture minister Glen Findlay said yesterday the province has put Forward a number of proposals for Ottawa to All three Prairie provinces see Page 5 Ann Landers 39 34 Bridge 43 business 21 classified 48 58 43 deaths editorials letters 6 40 Horoscope 43 Jumhee Pizz the 59 25 43 people 34 sports 53 sports record 67 stocks 22 to listings 34 lotto winning numbers Bonus number

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