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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 17, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Tempo Pear of food liquid fasts fail dieters in the Long run 29 focus tories Tumble but poor polls dont spell the end of Mulroney yet business plight plan for Winnipeg local Crew urged for management of cites airports 17 Clear tonight 2 sunny tomorrow 16 second class Mai registration number 0286 april vol 118 no 136 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets outside Winnipeg weekly Home delivery i Winnipeg outs cafe Winnipeg main switchboard 9434331 Home delivery 957o550 classified 956233o i Ian widowed after trip urges hepatitis Alert by Zena Olijnyk a Lockport Man has died after contracting hepatitis a while on a mexican vacation part of an in creasing number of Manitoban re turning from Winter holidays with the its very rare that someone Dies from hepatitis Margaret director of communicable Dis eases for the said after confirming the death in Ive Only seen one or two other similar James died april a few weeks after returning from a vacation in fast said the Man died from complications result ing from the hepatitis a the victims Teresa Perso said she would never go Back to Mexico now and wants All travellers going there to be advised to receive an injection of Gamma globulin to strengthen the body immune sys i never heard of it until All this happened and people should be made aware of the she said Persona was one of 10 Manitoban who have contracted the virus this year after visiting there have been 19 cases reported in Manitoba so far this com pared to 38 last eight cases were linked to Mexico last Persona died after spending sever Al Days in the health sciences some them in a see couple Page 4 Phil free press province seeks movers to step Forward volunteers sought for Job relocation by Dan Lett after weeks of angry protest from civil the province is planning to ask for volunteers to fill jobs in Rural Manitoba under its decentralization pro Gram chief Syd Reimer confirmed while Reimer said the canvass of the civil service is the next logical step in a plan to move g92 jobs from Winni Peg to Rural Union and opposition spokesman charge the province is waffling under criticism Over implementation of the final details of the let Ter to be sent to All govern ment employees Are still being worked out with civil service commission Reimer but it l s some form of too late correspondence is circulated before the end of the civil servants interested in moving to Rural centres tagged to Benefit from decentralization will be asked to come Forward in the Hopes others who want to stay in Winnipeg can be he the letter is partly in response to inquiries from civil servants whose jobs were not targeted for de but who were interested in relocate Reimer combined with the angry response from some civil servants about having to leave the it seemed time to Widen the Appeal for candidates to fill the he if we were going to make the jobs we thought Why not Send out a letter to All the civil servants to find out who wants to move Reimer news of the letter was greeted with sarcasm and scoffs by opposition and Union its a Little int it Liberal Leader Sharon Carstairs its exactly what they should have done before making this there Are All kinds of civil servants who want to move to Rural All you have to do is ask people whether they Are willing to the tories have taken this in Tough attitude and now they find out that kind of Bullhead Edness Doest Ken Manitoba government employees Asso see official Page 4 42 20 35 30 32 30 45 49 18 29 30 Ann Landers 31 answers Puzzle Legate deaths record stocks letters listings Nelson Mandela tells Rock fans at Wembley stadium concert to keep pressure on jets boosters Doug Sloane left and de Romani look on in dismay at a local bar last night while oilers Glenn Anderson and Mark Messier inset celebrate fans drown sorrows As oilers grease jets Rick journal by Ruth Teichroeb the Little team that could didst deliver last turning raucous bars around Winnipeg into sombre watering depressing that about sums it Larry Santa said As the final Buzzer sounded on the jets season with a 41 loss to the Edmonton its pretty pretty Santa said As he watched the game with about 50 other fans at the Pembina the loss eliminated the jets from Stanley cup playoff less than a week the team that want even expected to make the playoffs held a commanding 31 Lead in the smythe division Besto seven semifinal series against the the jets have never Defeated Edmonton in postseason and his Friend Brian Ridler went from determined optimism Early in the games third period to frustration As they watched the oilers build their 41 see of Page 4 Maureen free press residents demand Portage extend water system to replace tainted Wells poisoning linked to derelict dump children of Well owners display placards at Portage Council meeting by Maureen Houston Winnipeg free press Portage la Prairie an abandoned City Landfill site is being blamed for contaminating at least 20 private Wells with unacceptable Levels of Iron and other about 45 residents stormed last nights City Council meeting Here armed with bottles of the murky Orange water they say has be come gradually poisoned through City negligence dating Back at least 19 the residents demanded the cites water system be extended to their Homes to replace Wells the City is accused of each of the previous councils has refused to accept the fact there is a serious health and environmental see tainted Page 4 polish easter cleansed of politics by Gerald flood Winnipeg free press Warsaw the traditional easter display in Stanislawa Kostaki Church told it for the first time in a it contained no political symbols no maps of Poland overlaid with steel no police clubs hanging from barbed no polish eagles in for this first easter week end since the defeat of the communist the display was strictly religious a Mound of Earth with a rough wooden Cross against which a Pic Ture of Jesus politically it is sister Krys who helped design the political symbols have disappeared be cause they Are not the situation is we have won the political a nondescript building with two outsize and rather pretentious nevertheless is one of the most significant churches in to it was Here that father Jerzy Popie Luszko conducted his Homeland masses and denounced the regime of Wojciech Jaruzelski after martial Law was imposed and the Solidarity Trade Union was banned in december Popieluszko sermons attracted tens of thousands and Stanislawa became a Haven for Solidarity activists and Symbol of polish in october was kidnapped by three secret police beaten and his death so outraged poles that the government was forced to publicly see easter Page 4

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