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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 30, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba By Heidi Graham an Mam of a Shoal Lake farm was cancelled Cit Ertly i Tif Foff Fly Ilc Fosi Tiff at after gym of it was quite a to Teny the farms said last Laid auctioneer Hal Ley and lawyer Paul no were trying to proceed with the had to Bear the Brunt of the Farmers anger at the he said most of the close to 80 test yelled them of Gol tuft it by flub Dill a lion yells and continued to Tail for bids on the Oral said he lost his i grabbed him by his he he want paying any Atten Tion to us and i wanted him to she he said his wife Nancy fear that he would be arrested by one of two of duty officers convinced him to let go of the but not until after t bid to Trivi Lerf the Tel he said Fie Temte it Tat that it Slid the finish j was to ftlffltts1 is that Eom Neid the we Ines put a halt Tomte they eos Reg to get he there the was going at the ukrainian halt ended after Mingmei with no the Young Farmer Siide he elated the support he received from his neighbors and the other Farmers opened if they haunt he adding the National Farmers Union hefted organize the Oral said its Nate Roy and Hedley became tar gets for his and Otter banners anger and because its really the ments who should be hearing they should be taking the Dimity see Defiance Page 4 showers today 11 Cloudy tonight 3 Winnipeg free press april Vatu no Sun rises sets Moon rises sets Hoffle Delta Ely classified 9662330 mumb6r 0286 soviets order towns near fire evacuated contaminated water detected Kilometres away regal solemnity Prince Charles the Prince Philip partially the Queen Mother and Princess Anne follow the casket of the Duchess of Windsor Down the Steps of Georges Chapel at Windsor there was no Eulogy at the Royal outcasts Brief funeral and she was never Stevens urged to resign Over alleged loan conflict by Brian Cole Winnipeg free press Ottawa the opposition yesterday called on Industry minister Sinclair Stevens to resign after reve lations that his wife negotiated a favourable loan with the former vice president of a company dealing with the ministers Liberal Leader John Turner said reports that Noreen Stevens negotiated a loan in May 1985 with Anton Confounder of the Auto parts manufacturer Magna in put Sinclair Stevens in a conflict of he called on prime minister Mulroney to order a full i Vestiga French service backed in Sam contends by Glen Mackenzie a poll commissioned by la society Francomano Toraine found a majority of Winni Eggers want the prov Ince to provide few or no services in a criterion research Survey of 403 residents last month found per cent dont want any govern ment department to provide French language another per cent of respondents said French services should be provided by a few departments the Survey showed per cent favored bilingual services in most government while per cent had no Sam president real Sabourin yesterday insisted the poll indicates overwhelming support for bilingualism among he said 75 per cent in criterion poll and 80 per cent in one done by proactive information service in november Felt at least some French services should be Sabourin added that the Sam will take this position at future meetings when it lobbies the City and political parties for More bilingual the two polls also show a drop in support for French in most or ail from per cent in Sabourin service supported november to per cent last Sabourin said the drop is not significant because the polls Are Only accurate to within about five cent age put he conceded the poll ques which asked simply if the government should be Able to pro vide minimal French services want specific enough to determine How extensive Winni Eggers believe Page 4 saying Stevens should step Down until All questions Are ans new Democrat Steven Langdon adding that Stevens should have an Opportunity to answer the he said the situation reinforces the Public View that Ottawa is a closed shop with people scratch ing each others that what this Case has the kind of smell of As you look at stand that what has to be Noreen Stevens negotiated the loan last year on behalf of Cardiff investments the real estate division of York Centre the Globe and mail Sinclair Stevens controlling inter est in York Centre has been Neld in a Blind Trust since october Edward Stevens Campaign is president of York Centre and Noreen Stevens is vice president of Czapka retired from Magna in but still has a Small interest in the the Globe reported ter Day that Magna president Frank a Friend of Noreen referred her to newspaper quoted Czapka As saying she originally tried to get the loan from Stevens pointed Stronach to the Board of directors of Canada development investment in the corporation is the holding company for several Crown con including Canad air Magna is one of five companies bidding to buy Canad air from the Noreen a been trying to find investors or part ners to help refinance the company when she began negotiating the which is interest free for the first of five Czapka loaned he Money through a numbered company which he Thoj the Globe he owns see pm Page 4 Moscow App soviet vials ordered evacuation of four towns and shut Down remaining reactors at where an inferno was believed still raging after a nuclear disaster spawned a radiation Cloud that contaminated water and milk Kilometres the in a sketchy re port yesterday on the weekend disaster about 100 Kilometres North of Kiev in the reported two local ukrainians disaster shocks soviet newspapers today provided their first information on the discs but limited themselves to print ing Only a text of a government statement released so Viet officials reached by Telephone in Kiev today refused to intelligence sources in Washington said the chernobyl reactor Complex experienced a meltdown still was billowing smoke yesterday and threatened another reactor at the same there appeared to be no Way to put the fire out officials senator Patrick Leahy Vic chairman of the Senate intelligence said after a Cia briefing yesterday that radiation from the damaged Plant continues to escape at an alarming soviet news Agency Tass reported the Power stations a town with a population of about was the three other evacuated towns were not danish radio quoted Moscow diplomats As saying tens of thousands had been some scientists abroad noted that Kiev drinking drawn from the Dnepr could become con the Ukraine is also a major Grain growing Region for the Sweden and West Germany said yesterday that the soviets had asked for help in controlling the swedish National quoting the radiation Protection said today that warnings might be issued against drinking rain water in areas where recent showers had concentrated radioactive contamination from More than Kilometres the radio said rainfall had raised contamination Levels in North of and in Gavle in Central it said radioactive contamination also had been detected in milk from cows on the Island of off the Eastern swedish but that it was still considered Safe to fallout might also be detectable in North America by the but the amounts would be too Small to be and Canadian specialists because wind there were forecasts the radiation could show up on both the radioactive Cloud looped Back toward Central Europe and the see evacuation page4 laser graphic Likely path of radioactive fallout fallout Cloud could pass Over the Polar ice move across Canada and into the Northwestern United states Ottawa invokes emergency plan staff up Ottawa the Federal government invoked its nuclear Emer gency response plan yesterday and offered the soviet Union technical assistance in the Wake of what May be the worst nuclear Accident on a Cloud of radioactive debris re leased after an Accident at the Cher Nobyl nuclear Power station in the Ukraine May hit Canadian territory within five an official at the government weather service in to Ronto but health minister Jake Epp said canadians Are not at the information i have As of this moment is that there would not be any significant health Epp environment Canada spokesman Joan Eddis said reports from the soviet Union indicate there was a rather than an at the chernobyl Power she said it is in Licely the fallout from a fire would carry More than several thousand Kilometres beyond the Accident site and the most that would reach Canada would be some radioactive dust theres a certain background radiation level that there All the time Eddis and at most we figure it would be one or two per cent More for a Short period of its really rather she As a precautionary sure the Federal govern night will be monitoring the air outside its 28 see Canada Page 4 employees wait for wages after Federal funds diverted by Maureen Murray a native organization diverted Deral funds targeted for a Job training program leaving at least three employees without a group spokesman said Charles Beardy said the Winnipeg Council of treaty and status indians used the Money to cover administrative costs unrelated to the program for which it was ear we didst have very much Money in the last couple of a Council the Grant Money was put into one pot and some of it probably went to cover other he said the Council received enough government Money to cover nearly two months salary for the three but the cheques they were issued after working six weeks consultants get the employees wages were funded Unczer a Job strategy program administered by the employment and immigration Bill an employee issued a bad said he called the free press after failing to get an explanation from the were sup Posedly being paid with government Money and i want to know what the Council have done with As a housing said he grosses by weekly and the two others under the program get every two More than has been ear marked to the Council for 12 to employ and train three workers to administer a housing under the Federal funds Are allocated in several instalments and the Money can be spent Only on employee wages or to Coyer training Lang a de see groups Page 4 Gas fumes Gas fumes leaking from a sewage truck Are blamed for an Academy Road grocery store explosion and fire last habs win Clayle Lemieux overtime goal gives Montreal the Adams division championship Over Hartford libyans Ganada is ready to 330 Rubyan students parred from British studies if the y pass vigilant Security talks urged South Africa president urges Black leaders to negotiate peace before radicals destroy the Index Ann 50 39 43 22 43 6 36 7 47 38 7 51 sports 40 31 to 21 i

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