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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 29, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Israel launches itself towards Winnipeg free Preis i Lucky r a a i m j 34 second Bonus Solitude at the Lake is both a Blessing and a Cloudy today flurries tonight 7 in of Skye Twani Fig delivery 957o550 classified 9562330 swin Peg free press vol 1 18 n0 148 Moon rises sets 1 36 Sun rises news watch counter attacked a census counter was attacked and bit ten on the shoulder by a woman who apparently mis took her for a authorities Sandra of Alton was charged with two counts of Battery after the incident wednesday and could also face Federal officials slavery alleged los Angeles a com Mercial tree grower who allegedly enslaved mexican migrant forced them to work 16hour Days and shaved their Heads has surrendered to Edwin turned him self in in los Angeles after three of his foremen and an alleged smuggler of illegal aliens were arrested earlier Friday at his 20hectare Ven Tura a Federal complaint charges Ives with keeping about 150 undocumented some for As Long As nine during a three year period at the Church reopened Jerusalem the Church of the holy Seoul christianity holiest reopened its doors yester Day after they had been locked 24 hours in a protest against jewish occupation of property belonging to a Christian built on the spot where christians believe Jesus Christ was the Church was shut in protest Over the settlement of 150 jews in a Church owned build ing Only some 100 metres critics insulted Deputy prime minister Don Mazan Kowski called protestors to the goods and services tax nattering nabobs of despair after a noisy group tried to drown out his speech in an Edmonton about 25 people chanted slogans opposing the tax outside a Hall where the local conservative association held a Din Ner for the Vegreville they pounded on windows and honked car horns when he tried to speak to the Assoc a Mazankowski nabobs Ann Landers 21 answers 1 1 Bridge 21 classified 31 comics 10 crossword 10 deaths 23 letters 6 entertainment 20 focus 7 Horoscope 21 legals 36 Money 13 movies 21 Puzzle answers 36 sports 25 sports record 29 stocks 17 Tempo 18 to listings 11 lotto winning numbers 43 Bonus number 32 the Hue winning plus number is 990989 stranded travellers to be airlifted Home Toronto up More than 000 vacationers will be airlifted from the Caribbean to Canada by chartered planes Over the next two weeks after the collapse of a major tour operator and its biggest Ontario is working with the travel Industry to arrange 14 flights to bring Home stranded Sun seekers this the vacationers were left stranded when Thomson vacations went into voluntary receivership following the collapse thursday of its major Odyssey inter about Consumers will be affected by the Thomson said John Peck of the Ontario ministry of consumer and corporate we expect to have people Back in Canada 10 to 12 hours after they were normally scheduled to return what we Are aiming fourteen flights have been chartered to go to Florida and the dominican a photo Over the next two Passen Gers will be flown Home As their vacations the chartered flights will be paid for by the million Ontario travel Industry established in 1975 to reimburse travellers in such see air Page 4 police attack Sparks rioting South Korea a thou Sands of angry workers battled riot police with pipes and clubs yesterday to protest a huge police attack that crushed a three Day strike at the worlds largest ship police said at least 24 people were 10 of them police in violence that began when thousands of Security officials stormed the Hyun Dai heavy industries by land and police said 499 workers were arrested and warrants were issued for six fugitive Union the crackdown came As other see opposition Page 4 korean riot police firing tear Gas move in to disperse protesting workers in Korea too Many beefs spell end to c Job soap Box by Gordon Sinclair red the Job morning Man who started beefs and bouquets on the radio station 35 years will announce the shows cancellation the decision to axe beefs and bouquets came in a Job management meeting Ralph the new presi Dent and general manager of said there had been a longstanding feeling at the station that beefs and bouquets Earl morning radio Soapbox that turned into a kind of Public soap opera had out lived its what really triggered the Deci Sion to axe beefs and Warrington was the Realiza Tion the show was being hogged by the same Hal dozen and it was warring ton i just think we dont need negative times right the shows cancellation is the latest in a Long list of program and personnel changes intended to dust off the dial of a station that has a Large and Loyal but mostly in the 50andover age which Doest Appeal to some Alix was consulted before the decision was they could never have taken it i dont if i haunt gone along with Alix said in a Telephone interview from his James beefs and bouquets originated in 1950 at Saskatoon Alix was the but the name and concept came from station Bob Alix said it was the first show of its kind in it was so innovative that Telephone technology had to catch up with when we started doing there was no two Way conversation the person would phone in and i would Tell the listeners what they six months the station and see Appeal Page 4 up collects National award coverage of Dryden air tragedy recognized As Best spot news the Winnipeg free press won a National newspaper award last night in the spot news category for its coverage of the air Ontario plane crash at on March John free press editorial Page Edi won an citation of Merit for editorials on National issues Liberal Leader John Turner and last years Federal budget Dafoe also won awards in 1984 and 1985 for editorial a team of free press photographers and editors won the spot news award for coverage of the air which killed 24 four two photographers and an editor travelled through Snow and freezing rain to reach Dryden several hours after the with the help of other newsroom staff in they produced extensive coverage of the disaster for the following Days new spa the awards were presented last night at a ceremony at hotel in runners up in the spot news category included the Montreal Gazette for its coverage of a gunman shooting rampage which killed 14 women last and the Van Couver Sun for coverage of the san Francisco in the editorials the Winner was the Kingston whig Standard winners receive a certificate and while runners up receive citations of the awards Are open to writers and photog Raphers whose work has appeared in any Canadian daily newspaper or wire service in the special project the Kingston whig Standard was the while the Globe and mail won in the Enterprise writing David Baines of the Vancouver Sun won an award for business writing and the columnist award went to Jeffrey Simpson of the Globe and the award for Best foreign reporting went to Gilles Blanchard of la while Fred Tho Hill of the Toronto Star won for feature the spot news photography award went to Allen Mclnnis of the Gazette favorite son Falls from favor Epps support for abortion Bill bitter Pill in Steinbach by Dan Lett Winnipeg free press Steinbach a warm Spring Sun shines on Jake Epp As he melds into a crowd of local dignitaries gathered to watch the popular my for Provencher drop a Plum into his who cuts a dashing profile with his Navy Blue suit and Snow White this week brought a new pharmaceutical Plant to already one of the provinces most thriving this is How prove Cher residents know Epp Best Manitoba tory Power broker pressing the flesh and emitting deep belly laughs As he greets Epp has been the highly popular my for Provencher since most believe he could have continued indefinitely in that role until last when his relationship with the Riding changed forever with his support of Bill the governments controversial abortion if the Bill would reintroduce abortion into the criminal and allow for abortion at any stage of pregnancy with the approval of one the Bill is awaiting third Reading in the House of while most maps found both supporters and critics of the Bill in their there was no split on the Issue for the vast majority of Provencher the staunchly religious Riding is dominated by a Strong antiabortion position clearly evident to a permanent billboard along the Highway leading into Steinbach reads human life is a gift protect so it was that when Epp Rose in the House of commons on and announced his decision to support the words struck see backing Page 4 Dyck Best political

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