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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Gutt what Cummings still feels need to make it in Winnipeg dam busters some Call them others Call them much worse bigger Bungalow major renovations made to House twice in the past 20 years Winnipeg five press j winners wealth game 10 this week could be Worth to if youre a seven Day subscriber weather Cloudy today 0 flurries tonight 5 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets funds goal to Send 800 to Camp by Olijnyk when Mary Anne Syzek children returned from summer Camp last she could hardly believe How much they had the Only Way i can describe it is that they now skip through life rather than said the Mother of who sent three of her children to Camp for the first time last sum thanks to the generosity of Manitoban who donated to the free press Sunshine they have More they have More they really believe in she said in an and As the Sunshine fund gets under Way for a 12th Syzek children 14yeafold Jacqueline and 12yeaf old Daniel Are among the first in line to repeat the i was a bit apprehensive about sending them to Camp the first Syzek she said she heard about the fund to help children from Low income Fame a social worker at her childrers but after seeing them come Back from the first i have no see Hin Page 4 closings strand up to Toronto up thousands of Canadian travellers have been stranded outside the country after two travel companies closed about to people now outside Canada were left without flights Home after sister compan ies Thomson vacations Ontario and sound air went into a a spokesman for the Ontario ministry of consumer and Commer Cial the focus of the ministry and the travel Industry is to make arrangements to get these people Back to Canada when their Vaca Tion is Campion fourteen flights have been chartered to bring Back about vacationers this he see Page 5 free press weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg Home delivery 9570550 classified 9562330 second class Mai Faeost Naton number 0286 free press vol 118 n0147 farm auctions skyrocket 25 by Bill Redekop the state of farming in Manitoba slipped Back on to the critical list last month As farm auctions skyrocketed across the farm auctions Are running at about 25 per cent above a year and some auctioneers Are so Busy there having to turn away Busi in one Issue of the farm paper Manitoba More than 80 farm auctions were advertised for the period april about 30 of those Are located in the area South of the Tran Canada Highway and West of Portage la a District that has suffered consecutive among those holding auctions Are some prominent members of the farm Allan of Morris apiaries near Portage la a longtime director of the Manitoba beekeepers holds his auction in two its a lot of problems and i guess i just had he an api Arist for 27 years i quit school when i was 17 and now in 44 Morris said he has not yet decided on his future in open to another prominent Farmer is Terry Eyjolfson of Steep for Mer president of the Manitoba cattle producers who is Seal see Farmer Page 4 Randy free press farm sales bitter irony for partners by Randy Turner Winnipeg free press Deleau moments before yet another farm auction Here Bob Wright huddled against the trying to explain the bitter irony of his an auctioneer who has plied his Trade in southwestern Manitoba for More than 30 Wright has never been yet he has never been so concerned for his along with partner Murray has had a closeup View of the escalating phenomenon of sales in this they have been More or less booked for the month of there just fed up with Wright referring to the growing number of farm operators bidding Farewell to the some Guys ill give it another that year has unlike the auction Binge of the Many Farmers Are now leaving the land Wright some Are near with no children to pass the farm on others Are 40 or and have run out of there scared to death there going to lose what Treyve Wright you can lose your shirt so i think everybody is afraid of the said Virde Narea Farmer Murray while checking out a tractor that would soon be on the its lets get out of Here or go bankrupt two or three years Down the see frugality Page 4 auctioneers Wright left and Rankin Call for bids at the Ramsey farm Sale Crown Calls for stricter gun controls by Terry Weber Federal gun control Laws need to be strengthened to help curb violent a Crown prosecutor in a murder Case said during a sentencing hearing yes Crown attorney David ram Persad told court he will write the chief regional firearms officer ask ing that two additional questions regarding an applicants mental his tory be added to registration forms for a firearms acquisition certify earlier this Gilbert George a former mental patient suffering from paranoid Schizo Are was convicted by a jury of second degree murder in the shoot ing death of Nadine at the the accused admitted the but pleaded not guilty to first degree lawyer Jeff Gindin argued that Macklin sentenced yesterday to life in prison with no Chance of parole for 10 years by Justice Gerald Jewers suffered a severe mental illness and was not aware of his court had been told that on March who claims he was acting on instructions from voices in his went to Peters apartment and shot her four times in the believing the act would silence the auditory in Light of the Rampersad said yesterday he will ask that Feder Al legislation be altered to require applicants for a firearms acquisition certificate to answer questions about whether they currently or have in the past been diagnosed As suffering from a mental though he was in Hospital in 1971 and diagnosed As a paranoid was Given a firearms see killers Page 4 Ann Landers 36 Bridge 25 business 39 careers 78 classified 51 comics 25 crossword 25 deaths editorials 20 entertainment 27 Faith 70 food 69 Horoscope 36 Jumble Puzzle 56 Jumble entry 56 legals 44 letters 21 movies 35 news and review 19 outdoors 68 relax 28 Russell 21 Sinclair 28 sports 73 stocks 40 travel 65 Ward 3 your Home the knives cited As weapon of Choice robbers Are using knives More As gun use Ottawa up robbers appear to be trading their guns for knives As criminal activity increased for the fifth straight year in with Vio Lent crime taking the biggest statistics Canada preliminary figures released yesterday were consistent with a Long term trend that has seen the num Ber of violent crimes reported to police increase every year since minor assaults make up More than half the crimes officially classified As homicides account for less than one per there has also been a trend away from the use of firearms in robberies since gun control legislation was passed in last year a Quarter of All robberies involved Down from 40 per cent when the Law was there has been a corresponding increase in the use of some million criminal code offences were reported for an increase of per cent from the previous adjusting for popu lation the Rise was less than one per violent which accounts for one in 10 Rose seven per cent for the or about six per cent allowing for population property crime declined by two per the second straight year it has High court holds secret trial solicitor general unaware of close door commons told Ottawa up solicitor Gener Al Pierre Cadieux told the commons yesterday he knows nothing More than he has read in the papers about a secret hearing held 2 by the supreme court of outside the he said he was briefed about the apparently unprecedented but the information came from press i was informed that this question might be raised Given the clippings in the Cadieux that the extent of my asked who briefed he walked away without Cadieux said Justice minister Kim Campbell would be Back from new zealand next week to answer questions on the apparently unprecedented close door about which no information has been made pub Robert a Liberal my who was solicitor general in the Trudeau asked Cadieux in the commons whether the government was a party to the to my Cadieux re plied we do not have any knowledge of it other than what is reported in the press at this its still before the supreme and i suggest we should not comment any further until the supreme court decides what to on thursday the supreme court announced it has Given the parties involved in the hearing until May 11 to object to any move to make the matter if no objection is raised it will be made the announcement came after the Southam newspaper Chain launched a motion to find out what the hearing was All nine judges of the court heard the Case and handed Down a judg ment on it has been sealed and even the names of the parties have not been made a court spokesman said the South am motion for directions on How to proceed will be dealt with wednes see secret Page 4 Cadieux briefed on trial

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