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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Issues soviet Reform can Mikhail Gorbachev make it Winnipeg free press i m 736 your investment behaviour is determined by your Clear today 2 Clear tonight 8 free press vol 11 s no 155 second class mail Regist Ranon number 0286 news watch stabbing taped Orange a businessman who carried a Small tape recorder to a meet ing recorded his own police Robert Steven was stabbed in the Back thursday with a Kitchen knife after he went to the apartment of Clayton an unemployed deck to recover some electronic equipment he believed was police Leiterman carried the recorder in his pants pocket to tape the giant shark freed Jerusalem a team of divers and a naturalist rescued a rare giant whale shark that became entangled in fish ing nets in the Gulf of Aqaba Israel army radio this was an eight metre 26foot so it want exactly like taking a Fly out of a said Roni a member of the team that helped Cut the shark quake hits Italy Italy an earthquake hit Southern Italy leaving two elderly people dead of heart attacks and injuring at least thousands fled their Homes when the quake centred in the mountainous Region of Basilicata struck at it measured on the Richter scale Botha quits party Johannesburg claiming that president de Klerk is taking South Africa Down the Road of gradual former president Botha has quit the ruling National party that he served for More than 50 a newspaper said Botha told the afrikaans language newspaper rapport that the last Straw had been the inclusion of South african communist party Leader Joe Slovon in the african National Congress delegation which held talks last week with the 736 Botha upset by talks Index Ann 18 30 11 11 30 6 21 7 13 22 Puzzle sports 28 17 19 to 18 lotto winning numbers 48 Bonus number 21 the plus winning plus number is 623291 free press Sun rises sets Moon rises sets weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg Home delivery 9570550 classified 9562330 runner looks for love on mean streets by Allison Bray Amanda was 11 when she first ran from her River Heights Home and by 13 she was working As a prostitute in the Urban wasteland off Higgins Avenue and main seedy bars offer when youre on the you have to look out for said of her Drift from part 2 to Foster and group to the Street at age for the next three whose name has been changed to protect her supported her self by Selling her body to strangers on Martha my Day started about 1 or 2 in the id put All of the Beer bottles to the have a get dressed and come downtown for a she explaining that she would spend a few hours shopping or hanging around with friends at Eaton place or Portage later in the she would return to her Motel room and Start in on the Case of 24 Beers or 26ounce bottle of Vodka or Southern Comfort that she usually managed to polish off by the next shed then change into her work ing clothes spandex or jeans and head Down to the Low track in time for the 5 Rush she repeated the process six or seven Days a usually staying out until the bars a photo helping a mend a Pennsylvania paramedic comforts dazed firefighter burning Home in Plains the firefighter was Francis Corcoran after he fell through the ceiling of a rushed to Hospital after the weekend a lot of times i wondered if i was going to get out of the car i was getting she one a trick beat her up and left her in a Field another stabbed her in the Ive had dates where i came Back Black and she but most of her clients were lonely and just wanted to talk or i Felt at least i can get some love and affection some Way some body needs see Home Page 4 plane crash kills 16 from a Reuters Guatemala City a bound dc6 cargo plane crashed and burst into flames in a residential Section of Guatemala City yester and authorities said at least 16 people were feared the three member Crew were among the officials rescuers recovered at least seven bodies from the wreckage of the plane and houses it destroyed in its said Volunteer firefighter Enrique he said Rescue efforts were hampered by a series of explosions caused by several pro pane Gas firefighters took at least i2 people with Burns to Hospital from the Nueva Monserrat and Lomas neighbourhoods on the cites Southeast said Jorge of the cites Celis said the dc6 had just taken off from la Aurora International Airport for the United states when the crash Celis said the plane lost a motor and the Pilot apparently had been looking for a Small Field to land when it he said three Crew Mem Bers were four allies set timetable for German reunification Bonn a the four main allies of the second world War yesterday agreed that German unification should go Forward without the cold War is soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze said after the nearly seven hour our the Are now embarking on a new West German foreign minister Hans Dietrich Genscher read a declaration by the countries that set a timetable for further with a session in june in in july in Paris and in september in it was the first top level unification session among the Germany and the four allies the United soviet Britain and France that split Germany into two countries 45 years the diplomats also agreed to in Vite polish foreign minister Krzysztof Skubiszewski to the Paris ses when Border issues will be Genscher Poland has expressed fears Over possible German claims to territory that belonged to Germany before the second world and Poland will have the right to address All related the declaration state Secretary James Baker told reporters that germans of the new country should make their own he the allies see Germany Page 4 Gorbachev threatens sanctions against Latvia from a Reuters up soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev yesterday rejected Latvia declaration of Independence and threatened the Baltic Republic with economic and administrative measures if it Doest reverse its Tass Gorbachev which came one Day after Latvia parliament had adopted the Independence was announced late last night on latvian television by Alfreds the republics communist party rubies remarks were reported Early today by the official soviet news rubies quoted Gorbachev As saying that the declaration was a breach of constitutional norms which is leading to the breakdown of state ties Between the Republic and the see latvian Page 4 villagers Pray language storm passes by Randy Turner Winnipeg free press Pierre Jolys on a Balmy Spring the Tranquility of this postcard pretty Village masks the potential Battle brewing in Manitoba Only officially Bil Lingual the language Issue is forming like a storm Cloud Over the Village about 40 Kilometres South of it is a storm that has passed this Way and residents fear its Pierre has been a Community that has been racked by division for the last few Ron superintendent of the red River school there have been a number of issues that have Toni the town there just praying to the almighty that they dont have another one on their those prayers might be answered tomorrow when the school Board meets to Render a decision on a potentially explosive Issue whether or not to alter the current language programs in local the interest groups have dug in their one group wants a French Only program from Kinder Garten to Grade another Hopes an English Only program can be established Here so local students dont have to be bused outside the Divi Sion an option yet another group of parents is there Are factions within the see were Page 4 Mike free press Quebe cers in a foreign place by George Nikides when two Quebe cers saw the familiar Spires of Catholic churches in the French villages of Southern they thought they were Back on the Banks of the but people in Malo and Pierre greeted journalist Andre Pepin and his father inlaw Marcel Laroche in in the Little Corner that we visited i suppose a French speaking per son could Laroche said from his farm in but for me to come and live there is a reporter with Montreal la and his father inlaw toured Manitoba to find out whether they could buy a speaking they discovered a dearth of French in the provincial govern especially in the agriculture and found the language of business was always Pepin also said in an interview from Quebec that he left Manitoba with the impression francophone dont insist on services in their Lan 1 thought i was in a foreign it want even possible to go to the hotel fort which is owned by a que Becer Raymond Malenfant and be served in the trip was turned into a front Page Story last month in the largest French language daily in the coun but not All agree with the Arti cles i dont think its hard to live in not in Malo and see language Page 4 Andre Pepin father inlaw right with David

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