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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 9, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba U Tempo exam fever High anxiety rages in the provinces universities 13 focus optimistic underdog Paul Martins backers believe he has a Good Chance sports master of masters Nick Faldo wins title again after Ray Floyd Falls apart in playoff 35 Winnipeg free press 27 Clear tonight 9 sunny tomorrow 1 second Tussman Reast non number Oik free press april Sun rises sets Moon rises sets outside Winnipeg weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg main switchboard 9439331 Home delivery 957o550 classified 956233o Mccrae plan puts judges to scrutiny by Catherine Mitchell Justice minister Jim Mccrae plans to create a program to evaluate the performance of provincial court Mccrae said the evaluation re commended by the Manitoba Law Reform commission in its june 1989 could catch weaknesses before they turn into prob lems that trigger official complaints about the evaluation program would be mod Elled after one described in the using lawyers and others who regularly attend courts to Grade a particular judge on knowl Edge of judicial management As Well As behaviour and i believe that the Public wants to know that the judges Are the Best Quality and there is a continual Quality Mccrae the evaluation program will be introduced As an amendment to the provincial court act in the next legislative he there have been a number of complaints filed in the last year with the Federal and provincial judicial the peer review bodies set up to investigate judges most complaints were sparked by remarks made by judges during court while others dealt with conduct outside the used As an Early detection Mccrae an evaluation program can be an important preventative thing in terms visits to the judicial Council by our provincial court chief judge Kris Stefan son said while there might be some changes see lawyers Page 4 Jon free Fless hungarian nationalists sweep vote fans turned the Winnipeg Arena into a blizzard of White to Spur the jets on to a 21 win against the scalpers unable to give away tickets by Kevin Rollason it May have been the biggest Home game of the season for the Winnipeg but fans give tickets away last ticket hoping for prices As High As a were instead scalped themselves by police and few it was a similar Story for innocent jets fans stuck with extra tickets for the playoff game with the Edmonton just wanted to sell them for face Ray Chiasson of Winnipeg was one of Many who ended up giving away tickets they were stuck with when a Friend backed out or a family member became people in my House said its televised so Why buy it he if i cant sell i guess ill just eat Chiasson was spotted a few minutes later giving away the while another clutching a ticket which he was unable to sell for gave up and walked through the doors muttering to a nobody wants inside the Winnipeg Arena it was standing room with a paid crowd of on hand to see the jets beat Edmonton 21 and take a 21 Lead in their Besto seven smythe divison semifinal since the game was televised to scalpers were left with slim a reporter witnessed plainclothes police Hustle several people into the Arena Security police refused to reveal whether any scalpers were by Longworth Chicago Tribune Budapest a conservative party with a Strong nationalistic Bent swept to a Surprise Victory yesterday in the second and decisive round of Hungary first free elec Tion in 45 the election was marred by mud slinging combined with heavy reduced voter turnout to an apathetic 40 per the voting was barely Over when the victorious democratic forum began beating the drum of National Jozsef the democratic forums Leader and the probable next prime devoted half his Victory speech to a claim to represent the hungarian including ethnic hungarians in neighbouring the speech is certain to Worsen relations Between the two both just emerging from four decades of comm and could Lead to More ethnic violence in romanian Transylvan final returns showed the demo cratic forum had won 165 out of 386 parliamentary putting it with in striking distance of a coalition with other Christian based the Western leaning free earlier considered a possible ran a poor second and ended up with Only 92 the forum received support from Britain conservative party and from West Germany Christian its Victory followed the Christian democratic win in East see party Page 4 raising the curtain nation rises from Knees by Gerald flood Winnipeg free press Ukraine it was after 11 when we came into the Street and heard the confused sound of angry across the three canvass roofed police their Blue emergency lights were stopped in a rough Circle on the dimly lit Cobblestone about 15 anxious militiamen armed with Long Black clubs stood inside the which was surrounded by a throng of men and some Shak ing their fists and hurling at the Centre of the two militiamen were holding a see ukrainians Page 4 Nepal Monarch bows to democracy demands Katmandu a King Biren dra gave in to demands by Prode Moc racy leaders establishing a multiparty system and lifting a 29yearold ban on political parties following the bloodiest Day in Nepal modern the announcement was carried on government run television in a Spe Cial broadcast at 11 it was preceded by several hours of talks Between opposition leaders and the Harvard University educated Mon the announcement said the King removed the word part less from the preamble of the Constitution and scrapped an act that banned Politi Cal foreign minister Pashu Pati Rana said elections for the National As Sembly would be held but he we mpg free press gave no in an apparent the opposition said it would end its 50dayold pro test several residents celebrated by climbing onto rooftops shouting Victory others switched on All the lights in their open Street demonstrations were limited because of a 24hour see Nepal Page 4 Ann Landers 15 Bridge 15 business 23 classified 29 comics 28 crossword 16 deaths 29 letters 6 entertainment 17 Horoscope 16 Jumble Puzzle 33 Law you 16 Legate 27 18 people 14 relax 14 sports record 41 to stings 14 wasted children born into Nightmare of drugs by Greg Pindera there called society wasted burning with recoiling from human their first Days of life often Are spent fighting a physical and psychological Nightmare drug these Are children born to Moth ers who abuse and they pose a growing problem that Winni pegs medical and social services Are failing to Charlie director of doctor forecasts increase in addicted the child Protection says the system lacks the Means to care for the often damaged or to help the mothers break free of their drug my personal View is a whole new approach to handling these wasted children is going to have to be but theres no one that seems to be interested in systematizing see mothers Page 4 inquest to probe family tragedy police unit will answer questions on strategy it used by Zena Olijnyk it is 10 months since a quiet Spring Day in Boniface was shattered by the shots of a Rifle Ray Reid used to kill his family and As an inquest into the tragedy begins people still find it difficult to my kids still have nightmares about said Bonnie whose children witnessed the shooting and hostage taking on Braemar Street that left four people its hard for us to Deal with that even said who spoke Only briefly saying the memories Are still too Mary Ann and sons Jimmy and 17 and were killed june 10 following a Domestic dispute at their Home at 75 Ray killed his wife and Brad at Point Blank Range in full View of neighbors As they tried to then kept police at Bay for More than 48 hours saying he had after using tear Gas and stun grenades to storm the House in the Early hours of june the Winnipeg police tactical unit found Reid dead in the Jimmy was found dead in the living room and is believed to have been the first one were not just trying to bring up memories of a terrible were trying to see if any sense can be made of it and find out How this family could have fallen so far through the Stu Manitoba chief of prose said in an Whitley will be one of two Crown attorneys handling the scheduled to last the with More than 20 witnesses sche will study the horrific As Well As the conduct of the police tactical there had been some criticism the standoff was allowed to go on too Long and that who was still alive when police was left lying on the Street before ambulance attendants were Able to take him to where he Ron Dawson said Winnipeg police Are satisfied with their handling of the Many times the things we Deal with end in tragedy and this was certainly one of those he but i dont think the see questions Page 4

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