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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 28, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Trp focus Pilling shoes liberals must pick a Leader who has a Clear vision of Canada Tempo turning up the heat heart foundation urges diners to fight fat Laden food 29 business Burger Diplomat Winnipeg Ger helped develop Moscow Golden Arches 17 sports Stinker at met stargazing jets lose in Minnesota 45 Clear tonight10 sunny tomorrow 5 second class Mait registration number 0286 february Voli Nom free press Sun rises sets Moon rises sets weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg main 9439331 Home delivery 9570550 classified 9562330 with builder thieves clean House by Paul Wiecek Roy Wilton dream House turned into a Nightmare after thieves stripped it of virtually everything that want nailed including three two bathtubs and every door and i guess you could say they took everything but the Kitchen ramp spokesman Wyman Sangster said said he arrived Early sunday morning at the House he is building near Hazel Ridge to discover thieves had carted off everything from the houses electrical wiring to a Jar of instant Coffee sitting on the Kitchen in not sure what in going to do Wilton said in an interview its going to be Tough to replace All the stuff that was taken since i had no Wilton Esti mating his loss at the list of stolen goods reads like a contractors Bill of lading 18 finished Oak three French two garage two Patio three Kitchen two bedroom win one dining room several see enterprising Page 4 prodded deputies endorse Powers by Francis Clines times news service Moscow under fierce prodding from president Mikhail the supreme soviet gave initial approval yesterday to his proposal to secure greater executive Powers through the institution of a popularly elected presi in an intense session that culminated in a virtuoso display of Gorba chess Power to dominate the legislative the supreme the standing yielded to the hard driving Leader and sent the emergency proposal on to the Congress of National the final step in making a Calm Calm Calm Gorbachev glaring around the Kremlin Hall As he took Over the Micro phone for a obviously Heartfelt denunciation of the Chambers nascent opposition minority and its often stinging criticism of the life itself dictates Quick action on this see Gorbachev Page 4 City Halls secrecy vexes staff by Radha Krishnan Thampi keeping secrets at City Hall is getting tougher All the time and is demoralizing City chief civic commissioner Rick Frost told a closed meeting of executive policy Council sources quoted Frost As saying senior bureaucrats were embarrassed to discuss sensitive issues with fearing they might end up in the news the chief commissioner is said to have made the statements last wednes Day during a closed meeting to discuss a request for an interim salary increase to senior civic managers and members of the Winnipeg association of Public service frosts request to approve the interim salary increase was but the discussion led to an informal debate about the Way the Media covers City sources Ernie Gilroy Daniel Mclntyre reportedly urged the policy committee see Media Page 4 Wayne free press her favorite Trotter Evelyn Falconer gives Harlem Globetrotter Star of the latest edition of the Sweet Lou Dunbar a hug on the Bench at who continued their uncanny six decade Domi the Winnipeg Arena last Dunbar is the nation of the Washington shakers rally for Meech new group to hold National conference Here on weekend by Donald Campbell and Pauline Comeau fifty prominent Manitoban have came out in support of the Meech Lake saying the provinces image has been damaged nationally by its opposition to the the new known As Manito bans for Meech also announced plans yesterday to hold a National Confer ence Here this weekend featuring key pro Meech Lake among the invited guests for the event Are two Quebec Cabinet As Well As prominent business and Public figures lobbying for support of the i dont think the people of Mani Toba Are a Bunch of said lawyer Patrick organizer of the i think they Are big hearted he this is the Mes Sage i Hope we can get Manitoban for Meech Lake includes former businessmen and Many of its members Are prominent such As Federal Energy minister Jake tory my Dorothy Dobbie Winnipeg former Provin Cial tory Leader Sidney Spivak and Sena Tor Nathan other members include former nip Cabinet minister Roland Penner now Dean of Law at the University of Manito Jack president of Federal industries Marilyn Huband Joseph do lawyer Campbell Mani Toba Metis federation president Yvon Dumont and lawyer Paul spokesmen for the group said at a news conference at a downtown hotel that Manitoban opposition to the Accord stems from a Lack of knowledge about its they also said opponents of the Deal need to better understand the ramifications if the Deal but Premier Gary Filmon bristled at those suggesting the group see Filmon Page 5 child care truce called pcs tag million for spaces by Zena Olijnyk daycare advocates called a truce in their feud with the Filmon government yesterday after the province unveiled a package to increase workers salaries and create 400 More i can Tell this Marks a new were finally being listened Dorothy executive director of the Manitoba child care said in an Dudek made her com ments after family ser vices minister Charlotte Oleson announced the province will be spending million More on exist ing daycare centres and million to create 400 additional daycare spaces throughout the Oleson also said Parent fees for Day care will in crease by 10 per cent on april to a Day from the present a As part of a move to have parents Bear More of the Cost of providing Day last the province refused to hear what we had to now the doors have been said whose group staged a on Day strike in october to protest Low salaries for daycare As part of a plan to boost daycare workers a Oleson said the province will increase the provincial salary enhancement Grant by a year for see parents Page 4 weve got sandinista party militants shout from the news services Managua president Daniel Ortega set Tough conditions yesterday for a peaceful Transfer of Power after his election and thousands of sandinista militants weve got the guns control of Nicaragua police and armed a change of government does not mean the end of the Ortega told thousands of cheering sup porters after a meeting of leaders of the sandinista National liberation Ortega said his party will relinquish Power because of the election loss but will defend the gains of the the sandinista National liberation front demands the immediate demobilization and disarming of the contras so there can be a peaceful he read from a statement by the party it said the sandinista will defend the integrity and professionalism of the army and the police president elect Violeta Chamorro and her United National opposition Alliance have promised to eliminate the military draft and reduce the size of the armed the demonstrators sandinista mothers of see election Page 4 Oleson plan hailed i Ann Urt Tere 32 Horoscope 31 Bridge 32 of unite Puzzle by stores 17 us Sis 21 Cotaa sifted 40 movies 33 top Cuce 48 Buseey 7 32 Sec arc 45 deaths 40 sports record 48 letters 6 stocks 18 entertainment 34 Tempo 29 37 to 30 Mandela woes More sanctions against but Canada t i

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