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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 1, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba India and Pakistan Are again at daggers drawn Over Kashmir Consumers with clout when will retailers tap into seniors Market 27 sports Canada chokes soviets Humble team Canada in 71 raut 43 Winnipeg free press i 44 sunny today 4 Clear tonight second cuss Winnipeg free press May 1990 h vol118n0150 hip Sun fisses sets Moon rises sets outside Winnipeg weekly Home delivery i Winnipeg outside Winnipeg Mam switchboard 9439331 Home delivery 957o550 classified 0562330 remains mailed in Jam Box Hsc mishandling of fetus angers parents Hwy fbeepr6s8 by Catherine Mitchell a Winnipeg couple is outraged the health sciences Centre mailed the re Mains of their 16weekold fetus to a Northern Manitoba Reserve in a Kraft Raspberry Jam Kathleen said the cardboard Box carrying the fetal remains of her miscarried son arrived via Canada Post wrapped in they we rent supposed to mail Meek is i dont know what they were thinking when they did Meek is said she had a miscarriage in the Early hours of april 20 at the Hospi tals emergency she said she and her Mother told a nurse the child was to be buried at the Little grand rapids where they used to she said it was her second miscarriage within a Meek is and her common Law Robert had difficulty talking about the affair their quiet voices breaking during a Telephone inter View from the they sent out that Little body in the Charlie Roberts it be in the he said the remains would be buried after he completes the plywood casket he is see fetal Page 4 Elizabeth Meek is is outraged with blindfolded Captivity freed hostage says House Call an ambulance attendant Peers under a porch checking for Accident at which caused about possible victims after a Van collided with a Home at jf2 Worth of the vans who had Spruce no one was Home at the time of the blacked out due to was from Preuter Safe Damascus up hostage Frank blindfolded most of his years in was freed yesterday by shiite Muslim Kidnap pers in Lebanon and driven by Syri an officials to where he was handed Over to the Ambas he was the second american freed in nine interviewed by syrian television after his Reed appeared Pale and smoked a hostage beaten senseless for escape he was asked what Captivity was it was it was i was fed i had plenty of warm generally when one thinks about not having for that period of i was not very he see Reed Page 4 dam work minister says unstable vehicle crushes Soldier by Paul Wiecek an officer at Canadian forces base Shilo died sunday after he was crushed under a military vehicle sources say has a reputation for being unstable and a base spokesman said yesterday Mike of was scouring new artillery positions during an annual War games exercise at Shilo sunday afternoon when the iltis land vehicle he was Riding in flipped and pinned him underneath after hitting a shallow ditch at the top of a slight keen was treated at the base and then flown by helicopter to Brandon general Hospital where he was pro military sources say the Utis land vehicle is at Best of and prone to dangerous bounced dead on War Ren Beatty Beatty said an investigation into the Accident is being conducted by military police and senior administrative officers on the base but the War which began thursday Are continuing As scheduled until see my Page 4 Canadian forces photo Capstaff Ottawa Saskatchewan May be violating the spirit of an agree ment reached earlier this year for an environmental assessment of the Rafferty Federal environment minister Lucien Bouchard i am very and i will insist on having the spirit of the agreement Bou Chard said yesterday outside the Saskatchewan government officials contend that the construction is required for Public safety in Case of a major that what weve been directed to do be the Independent Engineer ing to ensure Neal assistant to minister George Mcleod said minister responsible for the announced Friday in the Saskatchewan legislature that construction on the Rafferty dam will Start Mcleod said yesterday in Regina that he didst understand Why Bou Chard was concerned about the re sumption of work on the the additional work on the dam announced Friday was All covered by the agreement Between Ottawa and the provincial government when construction was stopped in Jan he we believe very much that we Are living up to both the spirit and the intent of the Mcleod All we were doing was complying with the he disputed Bouchard Sugges Tion that some of the work is not authorized by the i have no qualms at All about the work that going Mcleod said the dam will be 80 per cent finished by the end of sum the Raffert Alameda dam project in the Souris River Basin has become a High profile Symbol for the environmental movement since a court judgment last the considered a major ordered that the project be subjected to a thorough Impact see work Page 5 clinic files suit to recover Billings by Alexandra Paul Assiniboine clinic Laboratory is suing the province to recover a por Tion of the More than million it paid medicare two years ago As part of a settlement to cover excess Laboratory it is also demanding payment from Manitoba health services commission of Billings for three other types of tests the clinic says were not part of the in a statement of claim filed in court of Queens doctors who own the clinic under the name of Assiniboine medical holdings say Misc did not remit full fees for seven types of tests from see clinic Page 4 technology takes students to wrecks schoolchildren elated As robot shows eerie picture of Long drowned ship by Ken Becker the Canadian press aboard the Barge Erie West famed scientist and adventurer Robert bal lard didst wait for the reviews before deciding he has a hit show with his latest underwater the american Best known for discovering the titanic in 1985 and German battleship Bismarck last stood yesterday in Bright Sunshine on this up Cage Island floating in Lake Ontario and proclaimed by comparison to the titanic and the this is a Century Forward in terms of the from the Barge the size of a football Field anchored about nine Kilometres off port dal spent his first Day directing a two week exploration of the Well preserved wrecks of two Navy the the Hamilton and Sank in a Squall during the War of although they were first found 15 years ago and the Long Range benefits of the million Jason project May be difficult to the immediate Impact was educational and pure show As an unmanned submarine named Jason was guided on its first pass at the ships on the Lake Bottom in 88 metres of frigid its inboard cameras beamed pictures via satellite to thousands of students Gath see details Page 5 Index Ann 17 35 23 35 6 33 7 Jumble 39 34 29 sports 48 18 to 28

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