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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 2, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Senate Reform Joyce Fairbairn fights hard to sell the idea around the country Tempo freebies what to do for fun when aut Opac and rasps leave you broke 27 Brawl games local hockey matches feature Donnybrook 43 free press game 1 this week 24 Clear tonight 20 Cloud tomorrow 6 second Oass Mai registration number 086 March free press Sun rises sets Moon rises 35t outside Winnipeg weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg main switchboard 9439331 Home delivery 9570550 classified 9562330 judge to Rule on bid to scuttle boat Basin at Forks by Dan Lett a court of Queens Bench judge was to decide today whether to Grant an interim injunction halting construction of a boat Basin at the Forks on grounds the project requires an environmental Impact work on Marina begins before funding Winnipeg lawyer Arne who filed the application said under provisions of Manitoba environment the Forks renewal should have sought a permit from the province to construct the boat we made our application on the basis that there should be a licence under the Henvir Orient act first and they have not obtained Peltz tourism minister Jim whose department is in the process of approving funding for the boat said he believed no Environ mental approval was but an environment department official said the application May have that not completely off the said Deputy environment minister Tanner if they wanted to stretch it the act does Deal with All manner of emissions to the the focus of the act is on emissions to the Atmo the water or the this could be very the project would pro vide Moorage for approximately 20 see Marina Page 4 Dave free press smokeless future Grade 2 students take part in an antismoking partners for at the the youngsters resolved to Grade health rally in the Rotunda of the legislative building ate from High school in the year 2000 without officer who rewrote shooting notes will not face Mccrae says by Zena Olijnyk and Paul Wiecek charges will not be Laid against a Winnipeg police Constable who used rewritten notes to give evidence on the police shooting death of Justice minis Ter Jim Mccrae said the decision was made after Mccrae took the unusual step of asking five Alberta Crown attorneys to review the Case after his department had determined no charges should be the evidence makes it Clear that there was no wilful intent to mislead or no wilful intent to do anything Mccrae said in an interview that a pretty important pan of a criminal the decision Drew criticism from two Law yers involved in the Harper who questioned the process used to determine whether charges should be Laid against the Winnipeg lawyer Hersh who represented the see lawyers Page 4 Index Ann 28 Canada at a glance 11 32 35 daily 32 7 34 Jumble 39 33 news 12 7 sports 46 stocks 19 to police win raise dont expect City warns unions by Glen Mackenzie Winnipeg police association and City negotiators have reached agreement on a tentative contract that an association spokesman said raises wages per cent Over three but a City councillor has warned other civic unions not to expect the same John police association said last night the three year contract gives the police officers and 200 police department civilian workers increases Matching the Cost of in Campbell members will receive varied increases on top of that to raise salaries to Levels paid in other Western Canadian cities a key association he said the big winners will be officers working the streets firs class constables now earning a year and starting fourth class constables who get those higher up in the such As will receive smaller increases above inflation because their salaries Are already close to Levels in other Western Canadian he and experience will also be a Factor besides he said the association made a Concession on the Issue of two member patrol which the City had made a major Campbell said up to 20 officers will drive alone during Daylight Mike Oshaughnessy a member of civic executive policy committee which endorsed the contract said this gives the City a major saving while providing increased police presence around we dont want to put police into dangerous Situa he but there Are some at least during Daylight where the danger is not in Bob Douglas Grants another policy committee said the City also won More flexibility on hours so More officers will work see police Page 4 prescription for wealth nets woman theft charge by Paul Wiecek a pharmacy clerk has been charged with dipping into the till to the tune of in one a 23yearold woman was arrested at Mcknight pharmacy on Sher Brook Street after a local Security firm secretly filmed a worker re moving Cash from the stores they confronted her with the evidence and then called us to come arrest a police source the woman was charged with theft Over the source Richard president of the Mcknight pharmacies Chain of five Winnipeg said company officials hired a local Security firm last month to Monitor employees after see exact Page 5 d papal assassination plotted d crippling Nureyev debated d Andropov coup in motion d spy faked death to escape Kab defector tells Story iwas in the inner Sanctum of soviet intelligence by David Ignatius the Washington Post Washington on May a Kab major named Victor Ivano vice Shey mov disappeared from Moscow with his wife and nothing was missing from his apart and the few clues left behind suggested Shey mov and his family be Andropov grabbed Power by the next Shey mov was on his Way to the United smuggled out by the Central intelligence he is now a previously unknown to the appears to be one of the most unusual soviet defectors of the cold he worked in the eighth chief which handles communications intelligence and is probably the most secret and Sensi Tive part of the at the time he he had a comprehensive knowl Edge of All Kab cipher systems and was familiar with the Kobs com and code breaking he also saw glimpses of the Kab in action around the world that must have intrigued his the Peculiar thing about me was that i was in the inner Sanctum of the so i knew the whole sys including the cipher Shey mov explained in one of a series of recent interviews about his a Heymoss defection has been one of the bes kept secrets in the Intelli gence he said he decided to speak out publicly because he wants to be Able to comment openly on soviet american affairs and be in his no secret lasts this one lasted 10 and that one of the crucial moments in the gradual disillusionment that led to his decision to Shey mov came during a trip to Poland in 1979 when he Learned of a Kab Cable that he interpreted As indicating that the soviets might be considering a plan to assassinate Pope John Paul he was meeting with the Kab general who officially headed the Warsaw office when in walked a undercover chief of Sta Solovyev looked agitated and said he had an urgent Cable from Shey mov the Cable obtain All the information possible How to get physically close to the Shey mov it was signed by the chief of the Kab at the Yuri see everyone Page 5

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