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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Run on garlic much used Flavouring agent often in Short Supply 31 focus speak for Canada Manitoba should stand firm under Meech Lake pressure showers today 14 Cloudy tonight 4 second cuss Reg Baton number 086 May Sun rises sets Moon rises sets outside Winnipeg weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg main switchboard 9439331 Home delivery 957o550 classified 956233o province eyes White Shell condos by Donald Campbell the natural resources depart ment is considering a proposal by a commercial Developer to build a resort Complex plus expanded re residential and shopping projects in the White Shell provincial the multimillion Dollar plan is one of several proposals being Dis cussed As part of a Public review of development at Falcon Lake and other recreation zones in the a source with details on the proposal outraged by news of the say the Park is already developed further commercial development would affect Falcon Lake neighbouring Shoal they if this is it is another exam ple of overdevelopment of our provincial Harvey a local spokesman for the Canadian Parks and wilderness Canada is not preserving any of its wilderness for the future and Manitoba has the worst record in the country in this neither natural resources minis Ter Harry Enns nor senior natural resources officials could be reached yesterday for the source said the development plan for Falcon Lake Calls for an expansion of the Golf course to 27 holes from 18 a condominium com plex including upwards of 100 units As Many As 25 new Cabins being constructed near the ski Hill and the removal of the current strip mall in the Tow site to be replaced with a Mai Street strip of the plan would allow entrepreneurs a High degree of Freedom to develop commercial As Well As Freedom to build residential the source it also suggests tight restrictions on sewage now permitted Only in septic be loosened to allow for alternate sewage disposal such As septic the developments Crown based on the would be a fourstar resort the source the report recommends land see looser Page 4 Wayne free press big splash a crowd of eager kids plunges into a swimming Pool for the Aberdeen school the from Gjoa a first time in their Young the 18 students from the Community of about 800 were delighted with their visit Northwest territories Are in Winnipeg on Exchange visits with yesterday to Centennial go Home on Meech Lake Miracle put in hands of premiers by John Douglas and Pauline Comeau Ottawa Canadas first ministers could meet As Early As tuesday to discuss a Resolution to the Meech Lake impasse formally endorsed by All three Federal parties More than 17 hours of deliberations by the 15member commons committee succeeded in putting on paper yesterday an Oral agreement reached by the three Federal parties monday leaders Back Sunset emerging from the Daylong tired committee members said it is now up to prime minister Mulroney and the 10 provincial premiers to pick up on the Goodwill and Complete the task by agreeing to pass the Meech Lake Accord before its june 23 we have a unanimous report signed by All 15 members of the committee without any dissent or amendments which is fantastic in terms of sending a real signal to first ministers and the rest of the coun nip member lome Nystrom we can find accommodation and we can keep this country together with some a government source said the report will Likely be released tomorrow with Mulroney calling first ministers together next week possibly tuesday to Dis see All Page 4 Baltic crowds repel pro soviet coup attempt a soviet come Here to save Esto loyalists converged on the secession Nia Premier Edgar Savisaar said 1st parliaments of Estonia and lat in a Tallinn radio address As a crowd via and one Baltic pre estimated at up to took Over Mier broadcast an Appeal to stave parts of the too pea Palace govern off a coup attempt As protesters ment building and a Square out raised the Hammeran sickle Flag Over his office there is a coup attempt he said in the monitored in Moscow and transcribed by the estonian news Agency soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze warned of anarchy in the three secessionist Baltic states As he prepared for a round of meet Ings in Moscow with state Secretary James thousands of estonian residents rushed to the Palace and restored the traditional White and Black Banner raised last week when parliament restored a prewar Independence see Shevardnadze Page 4 Index Ann 33 33 21 42 comics 28 crossword 35 42 40 Horoscope Jumble sports stocks to listings 34 46 24 30 51 54 3 6 a j v a group of music fest competitors strut their show says its curtains for miserly Winnipeg by Brad Oswald More than Young musicians from throughout the coun try Are in Winnipeg for music fest Canada but there wont be an the executive director of the five Day event said yesterday it is the last time the Competition will be held in Winnipeg because City officials refuse to offer financial we wont be Jim Howard noting City councils refusal to assist music fest has guaranteed the event will lose Money this we cant afford to do Howard said the which operates on a budget of More than could face a deficit As High As this in other music fest has see even Page 4 Fol Lorama fed up with costly vips by Janet Mcfarland Fol Lorama Pavilion operators Are searching for a solution to an undignified problem elected officials demanding vip the Vic president of marketing for the Folk arts Council of Winni Peg told City councillors that Pavilion operators estimate it costs each summer to entertain would be vips who demand free admission and theres a certain segment of the Community that feel they should at All certain Privi Joyce sobering told Mem Bers of councils works and operations committee see angry Page 4 livestock Farmers face tax Jolt operators Brace for increases up to 500 Dave free press by Randy Turner Many provincial livestock operators Are Brac ing for impending tax increases that could soar As High As 500 per Industry spokesmen warn the tax increase could result in higher egg and poultry prices for All Banks stand to profit from under the new provincial assessment Legisla farm operators will be taxed based on their not their land As a building intensive operators such As egg and Dairy Farmers Are expected to experience the largest tax preliminary projections based on a number of Dairy farms in different areas of the province indicate some operators will be hit with increases from 20 to 500 per those Are worrisome James general manager of the Manitoba milk producers marketing the Survey was conducted by finance depart ment tax Branch officials at the request of the milk producers which is wary of How the assessment change could affect the for taxes on one medium sized Dairy in the Eastern Region of Manitoba Are expected to jump to from last taxes on a Large Sample operation in the same Region Are projected to jump More than from last according to the diversified producers with Large landholdings will be least affected by the Reform be cause their Farmland is now granted partial sex Louis milk producers Board but operators on Small parcels will Bear the Brunt of the tax for egg and poultry any increases will be incorporated into the Cost of production and passed on to he a dramatic increase in the taxation would certainly have an effect on Balcaen the Cost will be passed on to the consumer the hog Industry is the most susceptible to increases because Many operators do not have Large there the ones going to be the hardest Larry general manager of the Manito see skyrocketing Page 4 Neufeld wants tax Burden spread

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