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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 17, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg free May 29 tentative pact reached in nicaraguan strikes Managua a the Nicara Guan government of president Vio Leta Chamorro yesterday reached tentative Accord with sandinista labor leaders to end some of the Crip pling strikes by government employ but most of her administration remained Frozen by the Miguel Cardinal Obando y Bravo described the situation in this Cen trial american country of million Sho Tilyou drop then relax and enjoy when youve just gotta get get away to the Delta great shopping is Only a few Steps away As the Delta Winnipeg is connected to the Eaton place shopping while youre discovering our supervised childrens creative Centre will keep your kids and when you get Back to the All the comforts youd want await you indoor or a a Winnipeg exercise deluxe rooms and a relaxed were also close to great nightlife and Winnipeg new Crystal join us for a weekend but Book Early because rooms arc limited 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local and International Telephone service was restored after the government insisted on it As a condition for further strikers had Cut the service on Obando y who previously mediated in disputes Between the sandinista National liberation front and Chamorro United National appeared to have a hand in the the Cardinal told reporters before meeting with former president Dan Iel Ortega the situation of our county is very i invite All our Brothers to try to solve our problems through to avoid acts of the two met behind closed doors at the prelates i believe it is not a matter of measuring forces and staging but about trying to give an answer to the Ortega said before the Ortega headed the sandinista gov which came to Power in 1979 but was Defeated by Chamorro on the front has to be it supports the condemns abuses and Calls on the government to negotiate and to act in a thought Ful manner to seek the country he Chamorro government suffered a further blow yesterday when pres ident Bush said that legally his administration cannot provide Mil lion us she sought in emergency Bush told a news conference in Washington that Nicaragua is absolutely bankrupt and asked con Gress to act quickly on pending legis lation providing million in Aid to the in Power since april but he said of Chamorro request for a loan to get her through the immediate financial crisis i cant provide because the nicaraguans have no assured Means of railway workers yesterday resumed supplying crude Oil to refineries to prevent a fuel but the rest of the administration continued to be at a virtual stand Managua International schools and Banks remained Public transportation was next to nothing and thousands of people were about 20 buses were running in the Public hospitals were open but at least one limited treatment to the very old or pregnant women and emergency this capital City of about one Mil lion people remained scientists prescribe deflection of deadly asteroids by Harry Rosenthal the associated press Washington its the kind of stuff movies Are made a Mountainside Boulder from outer space is on a collision course with feuding countries put aside their suspicions and launch nuclear mis Siles to break up the asteroid and save the it works and everybody hugs everybody except for the last that a scenario being proposed by the american Institute of aeronautics and although asteroid orbits rarely intersect the Institute thinks scientists should be ready for one that started with our top Selling 626 and mx6 added Worth of features and took off the original 14 Inch Alloy wheels am pm eur Auto reverse cassette stereo sound system with 4 speakers automatic Power Antenna dual Power body coloured door minors body coloured door handles Power door locks 14 Inch Alloy wheels eur Auto reverse cassette stereo sound system with 4 speakers automatic Power Antenna dual Power body coloured door minors rear it spoiler with integral Centre Brake Light plus the Best warranty in the manufacturers retail Price of items it punch cd separately for do imbed on manufacturers suggested retail i via it just foals High Jim Gauthier Mazda 851 Regent Avenue West 2223211 Gerry Gordons Mazda 550 Pembina Highway 4753982 Steinbach Auto City Mazda 197 main 3266437 Brandon Blair Purvis Mazda 40418th Street North 7287100 Portage la Prairie Avenue Mazda Highway 1a West 8575468 we have the technology needed to detect and track such an object and possibly to divert it from an impending the Institute we would be derelict if we did in a position the Institute suggested that searches of the heavens be perhaps by spot Ting relatively inexpensive Tele Scopes around the it also called for a study of ways to deflect or or significantly alter the orbits asteroids predicted to Impact the Vic president Dan Quayle referred to the position paper and a longstanding theory that asteroids could be captured and mined for minerals when he addressed the institutes annual meeting earlier this those same asteroids which Promise material riches can be a threat As he in a Small asteroid exploded High Over Canada with a Force equivalent to an atomic it would certainly Benefit Allna tons to know when such a natural event might warn those who could be affected and some even affect whether or where such an event might Quayle asteroids Are Rocky bodies that orbit the Sun Between Mars and the ones that have been observed Range in size from 930 Kilometres in diameter Down to about 213 some have struck Earth in the Only last an asteroid bigger than an aircraft Carrier and travelling at Kwh passed within Kilometres of the Earth a distance less than twice As far As the it missed Earth by Only six such an object probably comes by undetected once every two or three the Institute if it a disaster of unprecedented pro portions and an enormous number of casualties could Johan the institutes administrator for Public said a nuclear weapon could be used to destroy or deflect an asteroid if it was discovered a year or so before another defence measure would be to soft land a propulsion sys tem on the asteroid and slowly push it into an orbit that would miss last years asteroid was not disco Vered until it had Bevan a Nasa estimated an Impact with Earth would have equalled an explosion of Hydrogen blast kills British i London a a military Van exploded outside an army recruiting office in North London killing an army sergeant and injuring another Scotland Yard the explosion came just two Days after an Ira buried outside an army office in Southeast blew a Hole in the building and injured seven no group claimed responsibility for the latest suspicion immediately fell on the outlawed Irish Republican Scotland Yard said an explosive device went off at just after the two sergeants got into the unmarked army Van parked behind an army careers information office in North a woman civilian clerk waiting to get into the Van suffered from Shock but was not police the army office is opposite the old Wembley police it is near a Busy shopping Street and the Wembley train and subway just one Kilometre from Wembley Sta All three worked at the recruiting office of the territorial Bri gains Par time Volunteer Reserve Scotland Yard said the injured Man and the clerk Weie taken to Northwick Park his Condi Tion was believed to be armed forces minister Archie Hamilton visited the injured ser Geant and said the Soldier was sit Ting in the Back of the Van when the bomb went

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