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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 21, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg free press april Page 2 Fitchard provincial editor Axeth tax town promised is related jobs by Randy Turner the City of Brandon which hosted an axe the tax rally that attracted residents will receive 25 to 30 jobs directly related to collect ing the goods and services but a Brandon dentist who organized the rally said the Federal government can take those jobs they Federal officials Are try ing to buy Back Brando Souris be cause they know there no longer Safe in this de Agnew said i thought it was Agnew the people Here in Brandon realized these 30 jobs Are an atonement for not getting representation at the get vote in the House of but its a feeble attempt at atone Brando Souris my Lee Clark voted for the despite heavy criticism and demands from the protes Brandon also gained National at Tention february 14 when residents came out in Masse to protest the tax when prime minister Mulroney visited the irony is a Good term to said Brandon mayor Rick after Federal officials made the announcement its a bittersweet Type of Situa Boro Tsik at least we have a return on our but Agnew said the strategy wont residents in the constituency would rather kill the get than take the he canadians Arent he wed rather have the Ken Fulce press Clark said that Brandon will serve As a local administrative office for the proposed Job priority would be Given to local he assuming that qualified people Are were looking at new employment opportunities for people in Brandon and Clark told the Canadian provided the tax is passed in Par the first employees will be hired by september or said Otto the minister of National i am delighted to be Able to offer Concrete proof of this governments commitment to Community based service that is both fair and Access Ible to All Jelinek said in a written the office is expected to be fully staffed with local employees by Early Jelinek farm families returning Home As fire controlled rollover wreckage ramp officer examines wreckage of car that flipped near grand Pointe one person was taken to Over after colliding with another vehicle on Highway 59 Hospital with undetermined staff up Carberry about 10 forced to leave their farms thursday night when a Grain elevator fire threatened to ignite a tank of liquid were allowed to return it was a Little said Donna whose family returned to their nearby farm yesterday morn you sort of hoped and prayed the tank the tank of anhydrous ammonia which can produce a deadly was Only 75 metres from the United Grain growers an ramp spokesman said yester Day the fire was still soldering but was under control and the danger had the wooden Grain elevator burst into flames late thursday said Allen an investigator from the fire commissioners officer in damage estimates Are expected to exceed an ramp spokes Man the cause of the Blaze is still under witnesses said the fire appeared to Start at the top of the elevator and work its Way All that remains is a huge Heap of Ash and some of which May still be salvaged for local who happened to be at the scene when the Blaze helped move chemicals from the i think they used every Halfton that was said Neil whose husband Gladys whose husband manages the said changing winds put most nearby Homes out of danger shortly after her own Home was watered Down by firefighters As a my Yard is All full of cinders its she no damage to neighbouring proper ties has been nearby Grain Farmers May now be faced with longer trav Elling distances to haul their Grain this it will cause said Eleanor i dont know where were going to go this she said two other elevators Are situated within several Kilometres of the petrel siding but was unsure if they have the capacity to handle All the local it would also mean changing the Only other option would be to travel to Neepawa or ugg spokesmen were unavailable for comment the elevator was located about 10 Kilometres North of the town of which is located 40 Kilometres East of the town itself want at its 30 firefighters from two Volunteer departments were battling the firefighters and ramp worked All night to control the Blaze and ensure residents were out of woman walks to fight cancer by Randy Turner Lorna Anderson set off from Thun Der Bay this walking up a the 58yearold Eriksdale grand Mother began her 850kilometre walk for life in a Snow storm on monday to raise Money for cancer it snowed All Day the first but Shes exactly where she should said Andersons Niece Candace Shes doing Anderson had walked a total of 85 Kilometres in her first three Days on the accompanied by her husband Reg driving alongside in a she is scheduled to reach English River the Eriksdale postmaster under took the trek As a personal fight against cancer and a tribute to Terry whose heroic run across Canada ended near Thunder Anderson has twice had malignant tutors removed from her the last operation taking place five years fourteen of her family including her have had six of those rela Tives have died from the reached by phone in said the residents of the Interlake Community Are keeping a close watch on Andersons weve got a Large map posted in town showing where she is and How much Money Shes Mckin non while Andersons physical Progress is on her efforts to raise Money for the Canadian cancer which has endorsed the Are exceeding expect the journey has raised in Lorna would have been Happy to make Shes past that Mckinnon Andersons walk for life is scheduled to be completed May when she arrives in Hospital project hires planner Morden special a lion regional Hospital proposed for the Morde Winkler corridor moved a step closer to reality with the recent appointment of a full time project what it will do is Speed up the whole planning co chair Man of the planning Jack Steedsman until now All the planning has been done by the Morden District general hos Pital has released the director of patient care Pat to accept the daily Deal yesterdays results Are 6 of Ace of 10 of clubs and 10 of a match of All four playing cards on one Selec Tion wins times the a match of three playing cards wins 30 times the and a match of two playing cards wins three times the tvs Cene changes today header nil hockey Montreal at Boston followed by Washington at new York rangers in Progress of old nil hockey Montreal at Boston 920 cd Good sports a glom Cinema Camila ek3ud siting image National Manitoba provincial affairs weekend 1150 night music som movie top secret 90 tomorrow o3snba basketball Boston celtics at Philadelphia 76ers deaths classified death Robert of Killar Annette widow of Laurence Oliver Arm Selmer Albert Olaf of Frank of formerly of Hus band of Eileen Dorothy wife of William Arnold Hus band of Judy of Winni Herman of Maxwell James husband of Katie Henry of land formerly of Lowe Hus band of Mary of Hus band of May Edward of husband of Marjorie Olga wife of Frank Denis of West husband of Ingrid of husband of Violet James wife of Fritz Herkert Lawrence of husband of Opal Hur baby Dustine infant son of Robert and Leslie last John Paul of Spruce husband of Faith James of Pilot widower of Dora Diane widow of Jack Jean wife of Morley husband of Philomene Sydney of husband of Mary Rush of formerly of husband of Jane Karalee infant daughter of Peter and Valerie Suder Ross of los formerly of of widow of Cornelius of Portage la widow of Harry i school Patron her majesty the Queen 400 South r3t 3k5 founded 1620 congratulations provincial champions Johntra Vanscourt school congratulates John head of mathematics and his staff for leading their students to provincial championships in the University of Waterloo Cayley and format mathematics front Row Don John Barsby Back Row Pairicia Judi Mark Sherri Burroughs Grade 11 format contest Murray Macbeath provincial Champion Clayton Grassick place Brent Honey place Mitra Maharaj place Taylor bin place Victor Hladik place Grade 10 Cayley contest Yosuke Hirai provincial Champion a Ping Yee place Wendy in place Jane Nasse Sharif place Damon Reitmeier place Benneville place ram Ljay Raghavan place Eugene Chow place grate 9 Pascal contest Ryan Mcclelland Chad Bernstein Shelly Bayana Mahesh Ogale Jeremy Bailin Paul Gomori Chris Simons Ramon Lawrence Philip Huynh Shandis Price provincial Champion place place place place place place place place place these teams also ranked 4th 2nd and 2nd respectively in National Competition involving participating schools from across these rankings give the school the highest composite score among All Canadian

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