Winnipeg Free Press Newspaper Archives May 8 1986, Page 3

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 8, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba Wiff Tieg free May controversial dismissal of Richer fire a judge Tow overturned the Lowro vef Isial dismissal of ricers fire chief a year in a decision released Justice Aubrey quashed a municipal Resolution re Lieving Louis Leffier of his duties last Mav Jeffiers dismissal touched off a controversy in Richer that temporarily left the Community South of Winnipeg without a fire department after 12 Volunteer firefighters re signed in the court of Queens Bench judge red Verrier was not Given a proper hearing before his dismissal by the Rural municipality of Anne Council and was not adequately in formed of the reasons for the Council relieved Verrier of his duties at a meeting last May 8 and Only later held a hearing to discuss the As required by municipal councillors claimed the effect of their May 8 Resolution was not to fire Verrier and that he and other fire fighters resigned before a hearing could be held to determine if he should be the judge agreed with vef Riefs Sid who argued the Council dismissed ver Rier May 8 and did so without jurisdiction and in violation of natural v he Verrier was entitled to no Tice that his position As fire chief was to be discussed at the meeting of Hirsch fetid he was further entitled to be heard prior to being relieved of his failure to give notice and i denial of Justice to the apply grew mid in an that after i client was dismissed by Council the Cotmil indicated the reason was vet tier had driven tire truck while i licence Green my Verrier denied this Tut want allowed an Opportunity to by court Strw i to lawyer mid he my it record was real Femini Rof the disc Nishii Lafitte reel Francis Bemoit mkt he knew what the Iii will do its got to be discussed by Louiw mid after learning of i have no idea what will wheat Price Rise insufficient my tells hearing by Mary Ann Fitzgerald Canadian Farmers need More than an increase in Domestic wheat prices to solve their financial the chairman of a special parliamentary committee said a number of initiatives need to be Alberta conservative my Arnold Malone Crowfoot said Dur ing a Daylong Winnipeg hearing on Domestic wheat Ottawa last week announced an Aid package for Farmers which allows the Canadian wheat Board to raise the Price of wheat sold in Canada to a Bushel from it also includes a freeze on freight rates and removal of sales and excise tax on farm but Malone said a maximum Price would put Only million into Farmers compared to the billion to billion economists estimate is needed to Rescue the farm Farmers clearly need far More he Malone said other options include some form of deficiency Grain purchases by the external affairs department for developing third world or changes to the Western Grain stabilization act involving the prov inces to allow More but the tory my said these Are not the committee wants to submit a report by june 6 to allow time for legislation if he the six delegations heard by the seven member committee All said farms finances will continue to deteriorate until the Trade subsidy War Between the United states and the european economic Community the War has driven world prices hurting Canadian farm ers who Export 80 per cent of their wheat Board general sales director de Isaac told the committee downward Price pressures Are expected to with Canada forced to match world prices to hold its the committee also heard support for Domestic Price which would boost the Price of Grain producer Wilfred harder said Consumers dont complain about paying More for Beer and and object to a jump in bread expressed fears that a Domestic Price increase could trigger larger increases in consumer prices by processors and Manitoba agriculture minister Bill Uruski said an increase to a Bushel should add Only cents to the Price of a loaf of bread provided Millers and bread makers dont add their own Jack of the Keystone agricultural said farm ers share the concern that higher bread prices May Hurt those on Low and fixed such imbalances can and should be dealt with More effectively through social policies so they be come a responsibility of society As a rather than Farmers alone Penner Charles Vic president of Manitoba Pool agreed that an increase to a Bushel should raise the Cost of bread by less than six cents a but to ensure the producer Bene he suggested the wheat Board consider imposing a food United Grain growers Vic Epresi Dent Roy Custar proposed doubling the Domestic Price of wheat to a a dime a loaf of bread is a Small Price to pay to help maintain the financial integrity of a farm Community that is a major part of the Prairie he booked up an intent Man browses at some of the thousands of in vital some of the books can be fetched used books at the annual childrens Hospital Book Sale for As Little As 10 the Sale ends Cas breakup labelled beneficial by Don Macdonald a family welfare expert says last years breakup of the childrens Aid society of Winnipeg will result in fewer children being taken into Cus Tody and less stress on social work Brian Dean of the faculty of social development at the University of said the Manitoba Law stresses prevention and should Stop family trouble before it reaches the crisis stage in Many i to think what you have Here in reduce the number of Chil Dren you have coming into care and will renew and replenish staff in a Way that the crisis Ridden approach never can and never wharf the caseload of District agencies which replaced the childrens Aid society increased 73 per cent in their first year of but wharf said the increased num Bers reflect better performance of the family welfare system and will drop in wharf was speaking to about 500 social and child welfare workers at the third annual child and family services an outreach worker told a conference seminar that a native Agency is using Medicine men and traditional Healing meth As Well As psychologists and social to help families in i work for eight different reservations and each one is said Myrna of Anishin babe child and family some of them Are but some of them Are going Back to their traditional ways and you have to take that into i see myself As a its not Only Medicine men and Medicine people but us As native workers that carry that Whitehawk said White family Wel fare workers must be aware of native customs and personality traits when they Deal with native Fame Indian families dont Trust outside takes them a Long time before they can reveal things that have happened to she but Holly a worker with family services of said she found some native families in the City prefer White social workers to other there Are some native people in Winnipeg who come to a nonnative Agency because of privacy wanting the Community to she Puckall also said resources aimed at helping parents Are being unevenly used in parents Are telling us they cant find but on the other hand programs in other parts of the City Are being cancelled because of a Lack of she a directory of All services Avail Able to parents should be compiled so parents who need services can find she its a totally disorganized mess out Puckall also said a hotline should be created so parents having prob lems with their children can get fast i think it could be a prime preventative tool for parents who Are at risk of abusing their she the growing number of single Park ent families and families in which both parents work is increasing problems parents she lotteries Western express the winning numbers Are for for lotto West the Jackpot of was won by one the eight Bonus numbers drawn Are 37 and the Bonus number is two winners of weather Winnipeg area forecast Cloudy today with occasional showers starting near High near showers and occasional Thunder showers Low near rain and occasional thundershowers High near probability of precipitation is near 60 per cent 80 per cent tonight and 100 per cent extended Outlook Southern Manitoba variable cloudiness with scattered showers saturday and temperatures near becoming above Normal Normal High is Normal Low is Northern Manitoba variable cloudiness with occasional showers sunday and temperatures near Normal High is Nomal Low is Northwestern Ontario variable cloudiness with scattered Clearing temperatures near or a bit above Normal High is Normal Low is National 15 5 16 6 10 0 19 15 2 17 4 13 5 12 11 4 12 4 10 4 6 14 10 3 Thunder 11 5 20 7 22 8 14 8 16 0 Winnipeg mum May 7 last highest on record in 1891 on record in 1907 precipitation total from april 1 to May 7 Millimetres Normal yesterday International 20 17 new 24 14 17 22 26 21 8 11 7 10 14 13 17 10 13 17 13 19 22 20 Tel 26 7 1 7 15 15 18 12 24 resort spots los Clear 20 11 Las Cloudy 22 13 23 13 29 22 Clear 33 19 Clouds 29 20 fair 20 17 28 21 33 24 30 23 fair 29 21 the five Correct plus Bonus number category win 56 winners of the five Correct category win winners of the four Correct category win each and winners of the three Correct category win a prize of five dollars next wednesdays Jackpot is estimated at lotto the six winning numbers Are 42 and the Bonus number is the Jackpot Pool of was not won and will increase to More than million for the next draw the second prize awarded to those Matching five regular numbers and the Bonus had five winners of the third prize awarded to those Matching five regular had 196 winners of the fourth prize awarded to those Matching four regular num had winners of there were winners of each to those Matching three regular the free press tries to ensure the accuracy of these supplied readers Are advised not to discard their tickets before phoning 9472225 or checking the official list with their dealers or in Luck City Calendar arc astronaut Roberta Bodnar lectures on Canadas future in at 7 today in the Manitoba planetarium in connection with the Manitoba museum of Man and natures new touch the universe science Nasa astronaut Karl Henize lectures on space lab 2 at 2 saturday in the Manitoba planetarium both lectures Are the fort Garry Branch 1360 Pembina High closed by a fire last reopens video Pool shows the Halifax video tapes life like at 8 tomorrow in Plugin 175 Mcdermot Avenue the Winnipeg philatelic society holds stamp show 86 from 5 to 9 10 to 8 and 10 to 4 sunday in the Marlborough death classified death of husband of Therese widow of Frank Roland husband of Eileen Edward husband of Sheila Aurie widower of Helen John of formerly of husband of Debora Ted widower of Mabel widow of Louis of Broad Charles lome of Joseph husband of Esther of widow of Jim husband of Kathleen wife of Melvin John husband of Audrey husband of Isabel Rosa widow of Jeanbaptiste of husband of Grace Back by popular but Only til saturday choose from Brand new 1986 horizons Turi Smos leasing Call Bob Buchanan for the Best rates 4 speeds automatics 5 speeds 2 tone paint Power duster packages Power disc brakes some electric heated rear window rear wiper Washer radial tires tinted Glass some with stereos 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