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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 9, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba I Winnipeg fee 1986 my tries to stall decision civilians fight and to attend schools conservative my Lee Clark is trying to win years delay to prevent children of civilians at shite from leaving military base schools this Clark said he met yesterday with Harvie associate minister of National and plans another meeting next week to negotiate a Resolution of the this is not a political Clark it is a bureaucratic parents were Surprise when their children brought Home notice of ends intention from school two weeks the move affects 62 with s3 having to go 30 Kilometres to Brandon schools and the other nine to schools in Douglas and Forrest in the rolling River school my for said time is needed to consider a number of options raised at a ents1 meeting monday the options raised during the meeting include having the base x schools continue to provide Elemen tary education to both on base and of base negotiating the same level of Manitoba government funding for the military schools As Brandon and the possibility of turning the schools Over to the Brandon school division if and wants to get out of operating the schools Clark said he is angry at the and bureaucracy for blatantly failing to consult parents and others con while legally the Federal depart ment has no responsibility for Edu Cating the of base he it has assumed a moral Respo Sibili having assumed that they cant abrogate it without the my noted that civilian school boards must give parents two years notice of school and has argued the of base Chil Dren Are the responsibility of the Brandon and rolling River school As department spokesmen have said the provincial nonresident Grants amount to per while it costs them per under an agreement with the the Grants Are to Rise to the same level As Brandon schools receive in two Clark and Parent spokesman Byron Bryden said yesterday the Grants should Rise its a dollars and cents Bryden everyone concerned is in general agreement they would like the students to an aide to education minister Maureen Hemphill said the minister would be willing to listen to the Larry Shiloh com manding said higher Grants could be a Factor in getting and to change its write of Spring students at the University of Manitoba assume their usual positions for Spring some u of m students will write exams Over the next tobacco giants guarding flanks where theres it is reasonable to assume there my state in the ease of the takeover attempt of Gen Star and its subsidiary Canada Trust by Rette giant Maseo the fed eral government has cleared the Smoky Blue retroactive legislation tabled this week gives the Mulroney government the Power to Block acquisitions of Trust companies and that has helped allay the shared by Tion maps and the banking Indus that in this at there could be a conflict of est fiasco May use Trust deposits for its own tons to the detriment of the smoke from Ima cos Over should be enough to Alert canadians to the fire steadily burning through North americas corporate est a handful of multinational giants in Canada and the United states slowly Are gaining control of More and More the disturbing aspect of this equally disturbing trend is that cigarette companies Are leading the corporate the purpose of this divers Ifica maintains California lawyer Larry is not to get out of the cigarette business but to insulate cigarettes from social and Legal challenges with thick layers of corporate in other these purveyors of pollution and health hazards Are building business empires to protect their main source of prof it whether the metaphor is Cash cow or Golden the Bottom line is that tobacco pays far bet Ter than White wrote in a cover Story for the american Council on science and Healths news and White haunt heard yesterday about the Gen Star takeover at but he was interested in details about Ima cos Back ground and holdings which in clude Imperial general Peter John player and shoppers drug Barry Malin marts and Peoples drug they fill prescriptions in the Hack while Selling cigarettes at the hardens food Burger chef and us the new name for United Cigar White said the tobacco Industry is becoming More powerful than Ever by concentrating on consumer product mergers and he noted in his have putted tobacco companies into virtual sovereignty Over the ver Tising How will tobacco conglomerates Wield this Power if experience is a guide will not hesitate to use it to protect White already there is plenty of Evi Dence that magazines and news papers do not report newsworthy stories of hazards of cigarettes because they fear the loss of advertising Revenue from tobacco owning food compan ies will help cigarette makers sendoff the dozens of liability lawsuits against the Industry filed in the United cigarette companies Are building an economic Ark so huge that even a tidal wave of lawsuits May not be Able to swamp White the Federal Bill appears to have torpedoed Ima cos Ark for but the Federal government was prepared to act Only because a Trust company was Consumers Are learning their hard earned dollars now find their Way into a few corporate pockets and governments who extol the Job creating aspects of Small business in reality do Little to protect them from predatory practices of a few Large corporate i car cracks Down on Security during switch tampering probe two recent incidents of switch tampering at the Canadian National railways Yards in flin flon have prompted a Security a railway spokesman said extra Security measures Are being but i wont enlighten you on what they Are because an investigation of the incidents is con he nearby residents have also been asked to keep an Eye on the Yards for people acting flin flon mayor Nazir Ahmad ramp received the first report of tampering at the car Yards on 17 when a switch lock was this was definitely car spokesman Jim Starko the second incident occurred March when a passerby called the railway after noticing a partly open Ahmad said the Community is concerned that rail Yard switches can be tampered with so we would like to see in taking Steps to lock the switches in place so ramp conduct search for teenage Hunter ramp in Churchill have launched a search for a teenage Hunter who should have returned from an extended Hunting trip More than a week ramp say Patrick amut Tavah left Home by snowmobile March 28 and indicated to family members that he would return March an Aerial search along the Hudson Bay coastline extending 170 kilo metres North is under Way but has been hampered by police Tab Wahtahs snowmobile is equipped with supplies for emerged they cannot be he officials Are not sure if the second incident was vandalism or employee but police Are treating the incidents As isolated and have no flin flon ramp spokesman John spice the second incident May Well have been a in employee who forgot to close the he ramp also issued a statement asking parents to warn their Chil Dren of the dangers of tampering with railway spice said its common for youths to walk the rail traffic through flin flon averages one train a and Many carry commodities such As propane and Starko he denied a Media report yesterday which said As Many As seven switches have been tampered i have no idea where they got their information he weather deaths classified death apr Tulion h u Low front warm front Winnipeg area forecast sunny today with southerly winds at 15 High 12 to mainly Clear tonight with Low near sunny tomorrow with occasional afternoon Cloudy winds High near probability of precipitation Zero today and tonight and 20 per cent extended Outlook Southern scattered showers sunny Cloudy temperatures near Normal All three Normal High is Normal Low is Northern Manitoba scattered flurries sunny Cloudy temperatures near Northwestern Ontario sunny scattered showers sunny temperatures above Normal near Normal saturday and National 16 Vancouver 15 yellow note 2 Edmonton 24 Calo Arv 25 Sas Katow 19 Regina 16 13 Dauphin 13 Thompson 7 10 Kenora 9 Thunder Bay 6 Toronto 8 Ottawa 8 Montreal 9 Halifax 2 wino net comparisons mean apr 20 08 last year Normal 6 2 00 ass Flat in 1931 l9wetl d in 1877 6 23 2 4 0 j 3 2 4 18 1 3 2 2 3 o International 14 12 new 21 14 10 27 8 11 13 6 10 5 25 6 Tel 22 3 total from april 1 to april Normal los Clear 17 Las Clear 24 25 25 Clear 26 Clear 29 23 Tair 28 30 30 31 Ralph of 392 Simcoe Leonard of husband of Jessie Gary of Francois son of Melvin and Dianne widow of Ernest David widower of Susan Gurnam of husband of Manjit Adelard husband of Annie Michael of Dennis of son of Doreen Ben Howard of husband of Evelyn Thomas of Nicholas of husband of Eleanor of 641 Sherbrook Anne of formerly of widow of Alfred Islay of of of widow of Carl of husband of Yaroslawa Elsie of widow of Nicholas Olive formerly of widow of Neil widow of George Mary of widow of Wesley of widow of Nicho Las Jefrem of widower of Katherine of red widow of Frank of widow of Wasyl Anna of formerly of 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