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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Tempo lawns go organic watering and proper cutting pave Way for great Lawn 39 sports change in jets Barry Shenkarow thinks Morris 67 focus wont Budge Central Banks John Crow Sticks to his guns Winnipeg free press 50 Cloudy today 12 Cloudy tonight i second class reos Maton number 0208 Winnipeg free press Mav 1990 i vol118n0160 com rises Rar refs 9m n m Moon rises 119r n m Roto rn9 a m outside Winnipeg May Sun rises sets Moon rises sets i Winnipeg of Ulkje who Frog main switchboard 9439331 Horne it Elvery 957o550 classified 9s6233o plan to break Meech deadlock hatched by Pauline Coteau a commons committee studying the Meech Lake Accord hammered out proposals yesterday it hoped would break the constitutional the Al party committee intends to propose that two Western provinces and two Atlantic provinces share veto rights Over Senate Reform under a Sunset sources in Ottawa As the committee is expected to committee to suggest provinces share vetoes under Sunset clause suggest that a key proposal in new Bruns Wick Premier Frank Mckennas companion Accord Ottawa be Given Power to preserve and promote Canadas duality eliminated and left to another round of debate after Meech Lake is the recommendations touch on at least two significant blocks in the Meech Lake a source close to the negotiations in Ottawa said other general agreements reached during intense sessions yesterday include d adding a clause to the Constitution that recognizes the multicultural and aboriginal characteristics of Canada As being Funda see parallel Page 4 distinct Souris beats Quebec to punch by Randy Turner a southwestern Manitoba town has been successful where Quebec has so far failed without the muddle of Meech Souris Council voted this week to officially declare the town a distinct so Larry Oneail said the Reso which passed in a 42 was adopted to Send a message in a time of constitutional were just getting tired of every see Souris Page 4 inferno destroys 120yearold 50 jobs Fol free press firefighters wage a losing Battle to save the 120yearold Ogilvie Mills Mill Blaze puts workers on Street so months Early by Dan Lett More than 50 people found themselves out of work six months earlier than expected when Ogilvie Mills was destroyed by fire yesterday the 120yearold Mill and warehouse on the South Side of Higgins Avenue was destroyed causing More than damage just six months before the company had planned a according to employees at the the Blaze broke out around when eight workers on the Midnight shift noticed Black smoke filling the Deputy fire chief Del Reid said the Blaze appears to have started in a Boxcar sitting in a Tunnel Between the two major buildings that made up the a faulty conveyor Belt used to move oat shells into the Boxcar May be responsible for igniting the he although cause of the Blaze appears Acci the fire commissioners office will continue an Reid less than 30 minutes after the fire the building was engulfed by flames that sent a column of dark smoke hundreds of metres into the clearly visible throughout the with dozens of firefighters and six firetrucks surrounding the blazing workers and curious onlookers were drenched with Black soot stained rain As pieces of charred building and water from fire hoses settled Over a three lock by 11 Only the Skeleton of the three Storey Brick facade still the remainder of the Mill Lay in a charred Ogilvie worker Peter who was just finishing his Midnight to 8 said he was returning from a break when he noticed thick Black smoke As soon As i saw i got out of see full Page 5 picture perfect Forks out of focus by Nick Martin a plan by local government Agen cies to promote the Forks As a picture perfect tourist attraction has hit a Snag they got the wrong Pic the creators of a two Page advertisement appearing in this months West published by the Globe and mail newspaper said the photograph was meant to promote the Forks although it includes a photo of the inside of the Forks the Skyline shows the Forks site As it appeared when it was a in rail we wanted to feature the Forks As an exciting tour ism Winnipeg executive director Janet Walker said its an unfortunate Walker said of the which is at least its definitely an old the and shows a Down town Winnipeg Skyline without the 31storey Triec opened in the Bank of Montreal and the new Toronto Dominion place All at the cites famous Portage and main intersect Walker said several groups worked together on the two Page but added the Skyline shot was picked from a slide when an see and Page 5 no Toter you spot the Forks Dubcek Abandons communists by Ilya Gerol special to the free press Ottawa Alexander the speaker of the czechoslovakian parliament and former Leader of the Prague Spring in 1968 first attempt to transform the communist system into socialism with a human face says he has left the communist it was a dramatic no doubt about he told me in the language he Learned in his childhood spent in and Ilya who 22 years ago Rode a soviet tank into Czechoslovakia to crush the country Liberal meets and interviews the Man responsible for a former Kremlin is a visiting professor at the University of As he jokingly in the humiliating conversations with Leonid Brezhnev and other round faced dignitaries of the disgusting regime in the soviet Union at that Dubcek had his tragic experience with the soviet regime in 1968 when the soviet armoured divisions and the armies of the Warsaw pact entered Czechoslovakia and occupied the he himself was handcuffed together with his was sent to Moscow in a soviet military in the plane it was on August 22 we were allowed to shave and advised to change our dub Cek recalled with a sarcastic when the plane we were met by Brezhnev and his see transformation Page 4 answers 40 43 55 60 52 43 carries crossword deaths 60 entertainment 44 Horoscope 48 Jummie Puzzle 64 legals 59 movies 46 people 40 sports 67 sports record 71 stocks 57 Tempo 39 to listings 40 weekend 41 ramp reopen mans murder Case by Dan Lett and John Douglas the ramp Are investigating a suspect they believe May be responsible for a murder that a Winnipeg Man was convicted of 21 years Winnipeg my John Harvard told the commons Justice committee yesterday the which has been going on for the last two involves a Man now serving time in the Saskatchewan Federal Penitentiary for rape and As Sault the Man is being investigated in the brutal murder of a Saskatoon nursing assistant in january 1969 a crime for which Winnipeg native David Molgaard was convicted one year an inmate at Stony Mountain institution North of win has maintained his innocence since the for the last two the Federal Justice depart ment has been reviewing new Evi Dence in his Case to determine if he was wrongly the department has been repeatedly criticized for dragging its feet on the As was the Case with Donald Marshall also imprisoned for a crime he did not Harvard James detailed the investigation while grilling Justice minister Kim Camp Bell on the delays during a Justice committee meeting in Ottawa yes the real killer is serving time in jail in Saskatchewan and Ive been told that the ramp have inter see prisoners Page 4 graveyard desecration Sparks outcry from the news services Paris France reacted in Hor ror yesterday after the body of a jewish Man was exhumed from his grave and mutilated during an at tack on a jewish vandals desecrated More than 30 Graves in the cemetery at Carpen tras in Southern smashing Marble markers and digging up including one buried two weeks ago that was left sprawled Over a Tombstone and impaled with a parasol the which authorities said was made thursday by two women coming to Lay Flowers on relatives generated outrage among Frances political and religious who called it one of the country worst Antisemitic crimes in recent years and a fright ening Symbol of rising Henri Secretary Gen eral of president Francois Mitter Rands ruling socialist linked the incident to the ultralight nation Al front party of former presidential candidate Jeanmarie be say ing antisemitism is Only the must obvious sign of a return of fascistic ideas see obscenity Page 4

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