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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Pm r r 1 1 v i real estate How the pros buy and sell real estate Industry tips for the Best Deal 25 focus front runners Liberal hopefuls say Why they should be the new Leader Winnipeg free press 48 Clear tonight 6 Cloud tomorrow 4 second cuss Mai number oj86 april vol 118 no 126 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets 35t out Ida Winnipeg Wokety Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg main switchboard 9439331 Home delivery 957o550 classified 9562330 jets playoff Victory becomes dream for ticket scalpers by Paul Wiecek Dale Thomas Bobes Sensa and the rest of the Winnipeg jets will be the subject of a Winnipeg police investigation tonight As they take the ice in Edmonton to Battle the the reason vice officers believe a win will virtually guarantee a sellout for sunday nights game at Winnipeg Arena and stand ing room Only where scalpers say they will be Selling tickets for As much As three times their face Well see what happens Treyve Only won one if they win the next the Arena will be full and it could get vice Ray Johns said a who spoke on the condition his name not be said he has six seats for sundays game that he plans to sell for a pair More if he can get i wish i had there going to be easy to sell after the jets 75 Victory Over the oilers in Edmonton wednesday he he said he will simply stand outside the Arena for about 30 minutes before sundays game and sell his tickets which he bought with a credit card Over the phone on Satur Day to the highest its Supply and and Ive got the Supply if youve got the plus a few he Johns said vice officers will definitely take a look at the situation outside he Arena on but declined to say if police will do about see police Page 4 free press Newfoundland vote puts Meech on ropes pact dead but process Wells says by Beth Gorham the Canadian press up the Newfoundland government passed a Resolution Early today to rescind provincial approval of the Meech Lake the move to make newfound lands opposition to the Constitution Al Deal official came after an eve Ning of emotional debate in the the who used their majority in the House to end debate and Force a have been promising for months to overturn the approval granted by Brian Peckford conservative government in Quebec digs in opposition tories have argued since debate on the Resolution tabled by Premier Clyde Wells began last week that overturning approval for Meech will kill the Deal and May Lead to Quebec separation from the rest of the i dont have horns growing out behind my Wells told report ers before the in not a Devil about to pounce on Canada and do any harm to in a patriotic opposition Leader Tom said outside the House Wells must Bear a major share of the blame if Meech the Deal will die if it is not signed by All 10 provinces before june it will go Down in history As a Day see pact Page 4 acquitted drunk Driver suffers new Laws Wrath dazzling Diana Rosa wears a purple floor length dress covered with Matching feathers last night while serenading an Arena crowd that seemed More moved by her couture than her not to worry the Larynx is just As Lush As in her supreme Forks ponders new Home for German cultural Centre by Radha Krishnan Thampi the Forks renewal faced with a storm of protest Over plans for a German cultural Centre at the historic is considering finding another Home for the its certainly being looked John the corporations told a Public forum on the Forks development yester i know it the decision to allow a German Centre has caused a lot of Bulman told the organized by the Winnipeg social planning its causing problems within the he told the which Drew about 100 about a dozen people grilled bul Man during the on hour question an answer session at the planetarium the forum was moderated by Paul a political science professor at the University of Bulman was quizzed on everything from what the corporations phase 2 development plans to Why its allowing a wine store in the Public to Why local who cans afford the High Are being evicted from the trendy although Bulman insisted he at tended yesterdays forum in a Pri vate he ended up defend ing the corporations 10member Tim a former provincial assistant Deputy education told Bulman the Forks Board should reconsider its decision to allow the Germa Canadian cultural Bulman said the German Canad an Congress came up with the Only acceptable proposal to build a Cul Tural Centre As an adjunct to a hotel being proposed for the Johnson terminal building at the Peter a former Deputy Urban affairs said the see German Page 4 by Terry Weber a senior government policy Ana Lyst has criticized the provinces controversial drunk driving saying Hes still suffering its effects even though impaired driving charges against him have been thrown out of i find this whole thing Ridick the who spoke on the condition his name not be said in an i disagree totally with impaired but no one has the right to be judge and jury when we already Nave a judicial the 53yearold mans Battle with the provincial motor vehicles Branch began when his licence was suspended accordance with new provincial legislation after a single car Accident in which he was charged with impaired driving and refusing a blood Sample last once the suspension was the Man appealed the ruling to the motor vehicles Branch taking with him letters from his dinner companions stating he had Only a single drink four hours before Leav ing their Home but failed to have his licence last provincial court Magis trate George Parkin threw the Cass out of saying there was insufficient evidence to show the Driver was impaired at the time of the Accident or that he refused to pro vide the but the province still refused to reissue the mans licence 89 Days into the suspension telling him he would first have to undergo an evaluation by the alcoholism foundation of Manitoba to ensure he Doest have a drinking that because of a backlog of could take up to seven More he if the judicial system has a hear that decision should the see Man Page 4 we mess Donna Siwicki blows into Doit yourself breathalyser labelled unreliable by Allison Bray Manitoba tippers hoping to avoid a Runin with the provinces Tough drunk driving Law May be fooling themselves by relying on Doit your self breathalyser Justice officials 1 think there Are better alternatives than blowing into a machine at a Vic coordinator of the Justice departments drinking and driving said in an interview Toews said while the reliability of commercial blood alcohol level Lett ing devices remains to be those who rely on them As a test of sobriety May be lulling themselves into u false sense of you dont have to blow Over to be he adding the inability to operate a motor vehicle can be worsened if a Driver com Bines alcohol with other even devices purported to be the equivalent of the Alert alcohol level evaluation Roadside test ing device used by police have a see tests Page 4 trustees urged to ban Book by George Nikides a group of parents is urging a City school Board to ban a novel by a Winnipeg author because they say it contains filthy language and contradicts Christian parents in fort Garry school division will ask the Board on thursday to withdraw gentle sin a novel by Valgardson about a teenager coming of age in were concerned about the kind of garbage that were putting into our childrens hands with tax said James a Par ent who has represented the parents before the but now a creative writing professor at the University of shrugged off the saying the Book is popular with teach ers and students around the i can see it would be very threatening to people who take things he said in an interview from Ive prayed for this kind of thing because i have a new Book out in said who was born in Winnipeg and spent much of his childhood in if you see these see parents Page 4 Arm Landers 56 answers 20 Bridge 40 Bush Russ 36 classified 36 comics 59 crossword 63 deaths 19 letters 35 36 focus 37 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