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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 24, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba I minister kept in dark on sex abuse a photo Winnipeg free March by Beth Gotham the Canadian press a retired politician accused his senior officials yesterday of keeping him in the dark in 1982 about sexual abuse of disadvantaged boys at mount Cashel or Thomas who was newfoundlands social services minister twice during 21 years As a tory told a inquiry he didst move to protect the boys or close the orphanage because he want in formed about their in astounded to find that i pre sided Over the department and that this could go on under my said i feel i feel let Hickey testified he was stunned and shocked when scandal Over the Johns orphanage erupted last year after former residents went Public with tales of abuse As far Back As 1975 by Christian Brothers who ran the who was in charge of the department for several months in 1972 and for six years starting in March said key reports on abuse were kept from him in the later years and his Contact with the Home was very Ive searched my soul on this whole area of How this could go on and i be in said a Youthful looking he stopped Short of calling his sex charge list grows up police have Laid seven More charges of sexual assault and indecent assault against a former organist and choir master at Georges anglican Ca Austin John was to appear in court for a bail hearing today to face a total of 11 he was arrested wednesday and charged with Gross sex Ual assault and two counts of inde cent assault in connection with alleged incidents involving males from 1975 to Justice of the peace Cathy Hick Ling has ordered a ban on publication of any details of the bail proceedings and any information that could identify the former Deputy Gilbert a Pike testified last week that Hickey knew about abuse at mount Cashel and viewed the matter As but did not really give him any in other simply put in my i sat on it and did that is unlike Hickey calmly told inquiry head Samuel a retired Ontario i gave no direction in the first to acknowledge i had nothing to give direction i was not made temper reaction Hickey said he was trying to tem per his reaction to pikes testimony i dont want to be unkind to the the Best i can attribute to pikes statement is the Hughes inquiry is looking into Why police interviewed 16 boys in 1975 about physical and sexual abuse but Laid no the inquiry has heard testimony that the Brothers members of a roman Catholic Lay order that will soon close the Home it has run for almost a Century struck a Deal with officials that no charges be Laid if suspected Brothers left the prov in police again looked into complaints of sexual abuse involving 21 a brother and an adult Volunteer the brother David Burton convicted of Hickey admitted he knew about the Burton Case but was not aware there were complaints about other Brothers and that social workers were worried by widespread reports of older residents molesting younger boys in the the Only witness yester remained Calm until inquiry lawyer Clayton Powell asked about cuts in staff and overtime he ordered in 1980 at a correctional facility for boys in 80 Kilometres West of he nearly broke Down when Powell revealed a document about Alonzo who froze to death after running away from Whitbourne in january it was a from Frank Simms who was director of child welfare under Hickey telling a Justice official not to reveal the budget cuts to a judge investigating the Hickey denied any knowledge of the memo with a Strong outburst this transcends everything that decent about the this is a blatant conspiracy in my free press Lucky Bingo rules 1 i the Winnipeg flue press Bingo is played with a special 15 name carried in inc Winnipeg flee Piess Issue of february additional cards will to made As advertised in the Winnipeg free in the Issue of february while the Supply lasts no Lac Similio will be nor will claims on cards which have been mutilated or Aie illegible 2 Taoh weakly Bingo game 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protesters vow return Ottawa up two protesters released yesterday after four Days behind bars vowed they soon re turn to parliament Hill to continue demonstrating for their Justice of the peace Darryl bar Traw ruled at a bail hearing that Glen Kealey and Tony Van Hee should be released although they refused to Promise to stay 50 metres away from entrances to Parlia Kealey and Van Hee will be Back in court Friday to answer to the charge of breaching the the men were arrested monday under a two week old regulation barring protests within 50 metres of entrances to buildings on the both told police they would return to parliament Hill and continue their protests if set because they refused to Promise to stay they were locked up even though the maximum penalty under the regulation is a in making his Bartraw said he Felt the time already served in jail far outweighed any penalty the men would face if they were found and he agreed with defence Law yers that the two men should not be forced to Promise to respect a regu lation that want being ramp Andre who arrested Kealey and Van Testi fied that members of the Force were told tuesday not to press any More charges under the regulation even though a number of protesters were flouting the after the Kealey said he would return to the Hill on monday and Van Hee said hed be Back Kaleys booming voice has be come a familiar sound on Parlia ment Hill in the 15 months since he first took up his antigovernment the business Man says he was denied a govern ment contract because he refused to give a former tory Cabinet minister a punishment in contrast to Van Hee has been making a silent a roman Catholic Van Hee began protesting on parliament Hill against abortion last taking Breaks Only when the com Mons Doest Kealey says prime minister Mulroney had the regulation brought in to punish and in an interview after the Kealey said the four Days he spent behind bars prove the inequity of the Justice four Days in jail is equiv Ilant to 16 times the time that former tory my Richard Grise spent in jail after pleading guilty of corrupt who resigned from Parlia pleaded guilty to two charges of fraud and nine charges of breach of Trust last he was sentenced to one Day in prison and three years probation but Only served part of a Day in Kealey said unless things the government members he accuses of crimes would probably get off easy even if there found there really Are two Laws in this a set of Laws for politicians and a set of Laws for the rest of us and we have to Stop Kealey is attempting to have a number of people charged piracy and corruption because of his conservative House Leader Jar vie Andre said the time spent in jail probably outweighs the crime the men were charged it bit much for whats he said the Al party committee that suggested the regulation Only wanted to ensure people entering parliament Arent harassed by i City of Thompson notice of proposal Call the City of Thompson will be receiving proposals for the collection of solid waste located in containers from apartment buildings and other designated rental proposals will be received until april 1990 at the City of Thompson engineering de proposal documents May be obtained from the Ollice of the City City 226 mystery Lake Manitoba phone 26 or fax the lowest or any proposal not necessarily Robert City r8n1s6 animal crackers recalled after Blade found in Box up dare foods has recalled a Brand of animal crackers after an 11yearold girl found part of a razor Blade in a Box of the company said dare school bus animal Cook ies were being removed from store shelves across the said Gary Vic Epresi Dent of sales for dare foods of weve contacted our Ware houses and asked them to isolate shipments and have asked our sales representatives to pull the product from the Macleod customers can return the cookies to stores for he the girl was not injured and no other incidents have been report he Macleod said dare receives the cookies fully packaged from Dairy state foods of Mil Waukee and distributes them to stores in every the cookies Are made exclusively for dare and sold Only in he said he expected it would take about 10 Days to Clear product from the i Federal health and welfare spokesman Doreen Moore said officials suspect the piece of Blade could have acc Dently got into the Box during packaging before the crackers were shipped to it might have been from lie Blade of a Utility knife used to open a Macleod she said officials have not ruled out although the Box did not appear to have been tampered it could be that something broke off one of the said Larry president of Dairy state the Exchange electronic technician training Var repair course 100 hours red River Community College evening classes sponsored costs Contact 2337918 District Home Mattero renovations Spring Bale Vinyl biding Boff it Facia phone 2330944 7652 Marion Street Manitoba Call for Parade proposals Over the last five million in Public and private investment has helped to revitalize the Exchange approximately of space in the 20block historic area has been renovated to increasing the vitality and vibrancy of the District and creating new business opportunities for the private As part of its ongoing commitment to the rebirth of the the Winnipeg Core area initiative is calling for proposals for the development of parking facilities in the Exchange a preliminary budget of up to has been identified to assist developers in the design and construction of facilities which respond to the districts increasing parking needs and which Are in keeping with its historic this proposal Call will consist of a two stage the first phase being an expression of interest Amer which finalists will Advance to a development selection the deadline for phase one submissions will be May at for a proposal Call package or More please Contact Barry Yanchyshyn historic projects coordinator City of Winnipeg 9865102 notice of environment act proposal Winnipeg operation Core area Centreville initiative de Winnipeg the department of environment has received a proposal pursuant to the Manitoba environment act from the following operation and invites Public participation in the review process Souris River diversion Rural municipality of Arthur file a proposal tiled by the Rural municipality of Arthur for the construction of a diversion of the Souris River to be located on the of Section township Range 27w North of the Snyder dam Melita to divert flow from a Loop in the natural River the diversion would entail the construction of approximately 75 feet of anyone Likely to be affected by the above operation and who wishes to make a representation either for or against the proposal should Contact the in not later than april upon receipt of any the department May request a Public hearing to be held and the concerned persons will be further information is available from the Public registry in bldg 139 Tuxedo and the Western Manitoba regional 638 Princess Brandon or by contacting the chief of environmental control Manitoba environment environmental control programs building 2 139 Tuxedo Avenue Manitoba r3n oh6 204 9457071 toll free 18002828069

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