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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 7, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Probe of heavens Nasa is about to launch the most ambitious study of the heavens Ever undertaken min Booster actress Jane Seymour bristles at being called Queen of the miniseries 111 woman Boss Marge Jesson is Winnipeg Only female general contractor double your fun the Winner of game 7 this week gets or if a seven Day subscriber weather Cloud today 5 Clear tonight 6 sunny tomorrow 4 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets 54 sikh Holiday spurs protests by Janet Mcfarland angry Winni Eggers jammed City Hall phone lines with Calls of protest yesterday after learning mayor Bill Norrie proclaimed april 13 Good Friday a sikh i think people should have More Hakam Singh president of the sikh society of Man said i guess they dont this is our new year and the birth Day of our Kewal Secretary of the Khalsa Diwan society of said the mayor was asked for the first time this year to sign the proclamation because the sikh Community wants More people to understand i think people dont know the difference Between Singh it would be so Nice if they could Terry Duguid Miles Mac who is scheduled to speak As a Council representative at the sikh said the Public response showed a shocking level of intolerance toward the sikh i think we have a real crisis of tolerance Duguid i dont understand what the problem Duguid said he was surprised to learn about 60 people had called by noon yesterday to complain about Norries Dave Norries said callers opposed the declaration see citizens Page 4 Murphy drunk at wheel by John Douglas Winnipeg free press Ottawa Churchill new Democrat my Rod Murphy is examining his lifestyle after admitting he failed a breathalyser test following a traffic Accident Early a repentant Murphy said in an interview he was legally drunk when his car slammed into an other vehicle on a Bridge Between Ottawa and the very fact that it happened Means that i have to examine How i have been treating my my whole life he it is unacceptable in any but especially in a very Public Hopes the incident will be a warning to there is no doubt that i will be held up As an As a reason not to drink and see politician Page 4 free press weekly delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg Home delivery 957o550 classified 9s62330 april free press vol 118 n0127 province cuts student Job program by Pauline Comeau the province is cutting a pro Gram that allowed government departments to hire 450 students last according to documents obtained by the free press the government has called on department Heads to tap into their fiscal 199091 budgets to pay salaries to any student workers hired this a government spokesman confirmed yester Day at least 150 jobs could be lost with the winding Down of the student temporary employment which was administered by the family services but department spokesman Janice Little noted some departments have indicated they will continue with plans to hire summer adding she believes at least 300 could find As she said about will be kept in the program to hire approximately 70 disabled she also said More than students who Are hired at various times by the government and Are provided for in other department budgets will continue to find see departments Page 4 jets head Home tied up photo police in Nepal fire on March up to 200 reported dead Katmandu a Security forces using automatic tear Gas and truncheons about pro democracy demonstrators near the Royal Palace yes killing and wounding scores of one doctor said he saw soldiers carting 200 corpses from the Centre of the a High ranking Western Diplomat said witnesses provided him with a wild Range of the number of from nine to state run radio Nepal reported last night that Only one person had been killed and eight one witness said he saw 35 bodies at a but doctors contradicted his during almost five hours of pro mobs of angry demonstrators set fire to several government build including the City Hall and ministry of bands attacked houses of politicians Loyal to King who dominates the government and has rejected Calls for a multiparty sys late the army moved condoning off the Palace with Metal barricades and heavily armed clutching automatic patrolled the deserted streets of the capital in piles of tires soldered at inter sections littered with shoes and slippers left behind by fleeing tear Gas fogged the and gunshots echoed in the Dis demonstrations also erupted in three other including the tourist Haven of at least nine people died in clashes with police outside witnesses a doctor at Bir Katman dus said a British journalist was among the a briton see nepalese Page 4 modern pioneers Al break new ground farm women struggle oilers ground jets jets Centre Dave Mcllwain gives Oiler Adam Graves a lift last night As the oilers capitalized on two third period goals and another in overtime to bring the Winnipeg jets Back to Earth last evening the Besto seven series at one game duped police escort stolen House Ann Landers 36 Bridge 23 business 11 careers 37 classified 50 comics 23 crossword 23 deaths 50 editorials 18 entertainment 25 Faith 66 food 65 Horoscope 36 Jumble Puzzle 55 Jumble entry 55 legals 43 letters 19 movies 32 news and review 17 outdoors 64 relax 26 Russell 19 Sinclair 2c sports 69 i stocks 12 1 travel 61 Ward 3 your Home the a thieves made off with an entire right Down to the Kitchen and police Are re faced be cause they provided an Murray owner of Youngs House movers of pass owns the 4by 6metre cottage and had planned to move it the cottage had been jacked up on blocks and was ready to said who is in the Hospital recovering from Back but when my brother inlaw took the equip ment there to haul it it was Ladner said it was taken late last i bought three of the cottage had already sold two and i them to new Ladart this was the last and the lady who bought it was expecting it to be delivered thursday she was really surprised when i called and told her what had she you its been Ladner said he was surprised the theft went so they had to have a permit for the police to escort he so they used an old moving whited out the old stuff and put in police chief George Payne con firmed that officers had escorted the House out of and said the Case was under by Randy Turner when Elsie Stienken husband died in the thought of Selling her Brun Kildare farm never crossed her i didst even consider it for a said now being born and raised on a 1 figured that what i wanted for my its a family women taking at the Stienken decision was based on Pride and she could be considered a modern Day Pioneer in women struggle to gain recognition in the agriculture and her allies Are growing in number according to the latest statistics Canada the number of women farm operators Rose a whop Ping 18 per cent from 1981 to at a time when the total number of farm operators in Canada fell from to the number of women banners jumped from to the reasons for the increase Are encompassing everything from microwave ovens to a faltering farm but agriculture spokesmen cite one overriding Factor women Are coming into their especially the Young said Gwen executive Secre see statistical Page 4 Stienke stands firm on ukrainians share scars of Stalin Era by Gerald flood Winnipeg free press Ukraine it seemed As tedious Asiu name a requiem for the memory of the victims of stains repression in Western k consisted of Long of White bearing hundreds of fading of Young two 1 recall one was a laughing Young head thrown Back against the shoulder of a Young whose Arm is resting on the Back of a the other was a posed photo of an raising the curtain extraordinarily Beautiful woman with her Chin resting on her but for the most they were Ordinary snapshots of Ordinary people doing Ordinary there were pages of Handwritten or badly typed text next to the All in Here and there were boards displaying pictures of with More pages of ukrainian a display of political cartoons included one in English from the Chicago Tribune showing Josef Stalin meeting Justice with Ner Scales outside a closed court the caption read sorry All the accused have already the entire which filled the cavernous basement of a 16thcentury reeked of and the language Barrier made it impossibly and then we met Stephania age she was wearing a shabby Maroon coat with a Blue Andred mohair tucking her Grey hair under a Blue Tuque and preparing to leave with two friends of similar they were the Only other people in the Why Arkyou Here 1 asked through an she turned and walked Down to one of the see photos Page 4

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