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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 10, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Tempo Jaunty overalls farmyard fad crops up in Basic appliqued Denim 39 sports stars Deal North stars Sale gets nil nod 63 focus voters message Thatcher does better than expected in British local elections Winnipeg free press 23 Clear today 13 Clear tonight2 second cuss Flea Shaton number om6 Winnipeg free Mav 1990 vol118n0159 can rises sets May Sun rises sets Moon rises sets Wotty Llo Tva do Fwy in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg main switchboard 9434331 Home do vary 957o550 classified 9562330 ramp smell something Rotten in egg ceremony by Maureen Houston a self styled psychic who claimed she could purge evil Spir its with an egg is accused of trying to bilk a Man of ramp spokesman Wyman Sangster said yesterday a Fortune Teller and her assistant were arrested in a hotel room in the Pas monday night after a client became they told him he was full of evil and instructed him to proceed take a fresh Chicken wrap it in cloth and rub it on various parts of his body that were giving him Sang Ster having done the whose name was not was then told to go through an see police Page 4 Deal stalls Farmers Cash by John Douglas Winnipeg free press Ottawa the Only thing stand ing Between Manitoba Farmers and a Cash payout is a political Deal by Western premiers to present a United front while negotiating with the Federal Saskatchewan Premier Grant Devine told reporters yester Day that Ottawa has complicated and prolonged talks by giving Mani Toba a better Deal than it is prepared United Prairie front Only thing Between Manitoba payout to offer the other two Prairie prov Farmers May now have to wait until after a May 18 meeting of agriculture ministers in Ottawa be fore a barmaid program is an we have agreed not to proceed individually until we All have a Devine told reporters yester someone said that if Manitoba can come up with then Ottawa would come up with which is about an eight to one we heard from Manitoba yesterday that eight Toone might be if eight Toone funding is of for then it should be of for All we Are asking from the Feder Al government is that what is Eligi ble in Manitoba is eligible in Saskatchewan and that not the Case provincial sources confirmed that Manitoba Treasury Board approved on tuesday an expenditure needed to trigger a see premiers Page 4 a photo Crown urges gun Agency ties old mends the oldest in this Pennsylvania group is Anna Edith 100 and Esther standing seated second from but the rest Are getting from left Are Mazie Jacob and to her right is Grace and to her left is Mary who will be 100 next judges ruling spurs anger Bozen Olijnyk native child and family service agencies Are outraged with a court decision that denies them jurisdiction Over children living off re this is not just a matter of it goes right to the heart of Indian control Over their own said Wayne executive director of the Malawi i Chi Itata child and family ser vices in a court of Queens Bench Deci Sion released Madam Justice Cheryl Davidson said that Given the wording of the current Laws governing child and family she cannot accept the argument that native agencies should have control Over native children even when they leave the the Case is a result of Anish Naabe child and family services decision to Challenge Northwest child and family services of Winnipeg apprehension of a native child in March which looks after native children in bands in the inter Lake and was created through a provincial Cabinet order in maintained it had jurisdiction Over the it said the authority extended Over band members regard less of where they the Agency argued that agree ments Between Federal and Provin Cial governments Over child and family services always recognized a specific and unique cultural Heri Tage among Indian people and Are entitled to services that Are different and appropriate to Anish Naabe argued the policy must be construed As liberally As possible to allow these services to the greatest number of while a number of the agree ments make direct reference to re serves and others make reference Only to Anish Naabe argued the ambiguity should be resolved in favor of the broadest see judge Page 5 Index 49 55 crossword 60 46 Jumble 58 sports record to lotto winning numbers Bonus number 42 by Terry Weber tougher gun control Laws and closer ties Between social service agencies could help reduce the Chance of Large scale family Vio a Crown attorney argued yes in closing remarks at the Reid assistant Deputy Justice minister Stu Whitley cited several areas provincial court judge win Ston Norton should consider when making recommendations on How such incidents can be avoided in the the which ended yes was looking into what happened last june 10 to cause Ray mond to gun Down his Mary and younger at Pointblank Range in full View of Reid then retreated into the family House at 75 Braemar Street and kept police at Bay for close to 40 hours before killing police later found reids elder shot to death in the living room of the no Date has been set for Norton to deliver his recommendations Stem Ming from the the Issue is whether it could have been what can be done to prevent a occurrence of another event of such enormous the judge said before adjourning pointing to extensive testimony from social workers and counsellors from numerous agencies who dealt with the Whitley suggested it May be helpful if the agencies communicated More and shared information on certain each Agency seemed to have a piece of the but no Agency had an Overall View of what was happening to the Whitley also noted that in the Case of child and family there appears to be a void in How it deals with different matters allowing some to go with Little or no Atten he said that based on testimony during the there appears to be Little social workers can do Short see social Page 4 diaries reveal violent Reid by Terry Weber Raymond Reid blamed his family and upbringing for tearing apart his life and thought frequently of violence As a Way to solve his prob his letters and diaries revealed during the final Day of an inquest into Why gunned Down his Mary and sons Bradley and the Crown introduced the documents taken from the Fame Lys Boniface Home shortly after a 40hour police standoff ended 11 months the june 10 incident ended when police entered the House at 75 Brae mar Street to find Reid had shot himself in the once police entered the Home they found a number of Unm ailed letters and diaries kept by the gunman Between 1985 and All entries Are Handwritten and the penmanship appears to deteriorate Over almost All of the entries reflect reids dissatisfaction with his Home life and his particularly his see in Page 4 provinces demand reviews Rule rewrite by Patrick Mckinley the Western provinces Are de manding Ottawa rewrite its Environ mental review guidelines so major projects cannot be halted for court ordered environmental Premier Gary Filmon said recent Federal court of Canada rulings have created a Nightmare for Deve including provincial govern ments and those in the private Sec critics of particular projects Are Able to go to court repeatedly to seek additional environmental reviews if they do not like the initial he he said a project affecting two provinces could technically be subjected to provincial reviews in each province and face a Federal review on top of in the courts ruled Ottawa must conduct a full scale review of the Raffert Alameda dams project in Saskatchewan instead of the partial review on which the Federal government had licensed the irrigation Saskatchewan was forced to halt elements of the project while a new Federal panel conducts a the courts subsequently ordered further study on the Oldman River dam near Calgary after 70 per cent of the work had been carried Saskatchewan Premier Grant de Vine said he believed the problems would be sorted but in the meantime projects already under Way Are facing see premiers Page 5 arc tests Needle Rick cancer breakthrough by Bob Cox the Canadian press Ottawa cancer detection in the future could be a simple matter of poking a patient with a drawing a Small tissue Sam ple and letting a computer do a Short says a National research Council re Patrick Wong said yesterday that doctors soon May be Able to diagnose cancer faster and More accurately using infrared spectrometry which measures the movement of molecules in human tissue when subjected to this is a Brand new concept of cancer Wong told but some other cancer researchers warned the detection system is far from proven and they questioned its announcement at a news conference before the scientific Community was this is in bad form in my said Mark Vic president of research at the Sunnybrook health sciences Centre in if it was a physical test done in 10 minutes As they say at very Low Cost at a very High level of reliability for Normal tissue versus cancerous that has a very major role to play in savings in health care that not where we Are right Wong said the dubbed Wredia spec for won Grigas diagnostic spectres could be available for clinical use in two research Council officials said it could have a dramatic Impact and eventually could replace current Tim consuming doctors currently look for cancer by Exa mining prepared samples of human tissue under a the device that allows quicker and More accurate detection of cancer is a great step said Ross the executive Vic president of the research but who conceded it want his idea to hold a news conference to announce the warned that doctors and their patients will be using conventional methods of detecting cancer for some this is really the beginning of a new he a lot of work has to be the new diagnostic tool is based on Struc Tural changes caused by cancer in cell molecules of cancer cells react differently see cancer Page 4

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