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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba What is the future for Noname prescriptions sports most of the Globe will be watching when world cup kicks off sunday the sporting Prince Philip fights just As hard As he plays Side Puzzle infant crib death a mysterious killer that baffles science the great one at Jackie Gleason steers away from the fast Lane new exodus not is new plight of the ethiopian people weather Cloudy today 21 Clearing tonight 8 sunny tomorrow 22 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets Index Ann 21 13 22 42 40 42 6 29 Jumble 46 Jumble 47 7 35 21 saturday 49 14 sky 83 55 to 21 54 the provincial i flood of donations needed to match Camp applications u Kin foil mint be of youth year old son who died o by Glen Mae Kente free press Sunshine fund donors have earned a Pat on the Back for helping needy children this the programs coordinator says a Tot More help will be needed to meet the flood of applications now pouring Settle of the Manitoba camping said a healthy arrived this boosting the years total to Heindl also said she sent out Between 00 and 70 applications to parents seeking Camp spots for their and these Are expected Back in the next we will need an exceptional amount of she people Are Reading the free and they Are excited to know there is help so their kids wont be stuck in the City All Heindl said parents interested in applying for help to the operated by the free press and the Mani Toba camping should Contact her at 7wm41 or she said 122 children have been placed to including 25 this but the funds target this year is to top and Send More than 400 children to Heindl gave a special thanks to the Transcona optimists which donated As part of its Friend of youth fundraising the clubs donation in the largest so far this she while stressing that the hundreds of smaller contributions Are the main stay of the Heindl said the Mcgregor family of Baylor Avenue sent and a note saying we Are new to and the Sunshine fund sounds like a Good Way to brighten up a Childs sum we Hope this Cheque will Heindl said another family Contri buted in memory of their nine year old son who died of knowing the boy would have wanted to help someone go to Heindl also said a surprising num Ber of donations come from childless adults who believe its important to invest in the youth of she said the sooner the Money comes the better the Odds Are that every needy child whose Parent applies will go to we Are fighting for spots at Camp with people who can afford to pay for them Heindl see Camp Page 9 free press real Home delivery 9570550 classified 9562330 second class mail registration number 0286 Winnipeg free press vol 114 no 172 pm stunned by appalling an Tariff fit to Lead Pearl Mcgonigal and Premier Howard Pawley Lead calisthenic a at the legislature building grounds yesterday to Mark the Start of Manitoba physical activity Winnipeg Central whose shirts the two Are sponsored sneaker expels South african aide from Preuter Washington the govern ment yesterday expelled the South african embassy senior defence attache to protest mondays military strikes against three neighbouring Black african South Africa will not be allowed to Send a and the defense attache in Pretoria was re called for the state department we Trust that this action will make Clear to the South african government that the United states cannot tolerate disregard of the sovereignty of South Africa neigh the department when the United states condemned the raids into Zambia and Zimbabwe on it said it was reviewing further actions to show its the expulsion order was the first such the crisis the statement identified the expelled South african As Alex Ander South african ambassador her Bert Beukers was called to the state department yesterday afternoon to be informed of the but any reaction to the decision will come from officials in said embassy spokesman Pieter Swane state Secretary George Shultz had condemned the raids after a meeting with foreign minister Gao site Shiepe of bots a Shiepe had urged the Reagan administration to follow up its con emanation of the raids with con Crete with Shiepe at his Side during a Brief news conference in the state department Shultz voiced the administrations highest level con see expulsion Page 4 read by Brian Cole Winnipeg free press Ottawa a shocked and disappointed prime minister Mulroney yesterday called president reagans imposition of a Tariff on imports of Canadian shingles just As Freer Trade talks Between the two coun tries Are beginning unjustifiable and Mulroney told the commons it is bizarre actions like this that make it hard for countries like Canada to be Friendly with the it was the first time who has spent nearly two years building a relationship with has attacked the president or the in such this kind of thing is bad he told the adding that Canada was considering an appropriate All three parties unanimously approved a motion by nip Leader de Broadbent urging Reagan to reverse the liberals and new democrats called for a suspension of the Freer Trade which began this but Mulroney ruled out any possibility that the talks would be can that would be an action inspired by Mulroney external affairs minister Joe Clark said the government is looking at retaliatory but he elaborate what that might Mulroney angry rebuke was contained in a harshly worded telex to Reagan which came close to accusing the president of hypocrisy for taking the action in the of bilateral Freer Trade Clark telephoned Secretary of state George Shultz to reinforce Canadas the imposition of a 35percent Tariff is a punitive measure against Canadian Mulroney said in the this unjustifiable action is All the More appalling in the context of Freer Trade negotiations Between our two countries having been officially initiated this the american initiative is pure the precise thing you and i pledged in Quebec and Wash we would seek to Canada is now placed in the position of being forced to consider an appropriate Reagan thursday announced a five year duty on Cedar shingles and including a 35percent duty the first 30 20 per cent for the next two years and eight per cent for the final year of the the effective june will have a severe Impact on about British Columbia workers working in about 140 Mills which last year sold about million Worth of product to the United Reagan announced the measure after receiving a report from the International Trade commission which determined that imports were causing serious injury to the american Cedar shakes the Deputy Trade representative said in a statement released in Ottawa yesterday the Tariff is not bound under the general agreement on tariffs and we will not have to compensate see Shingle Page 4 record award gives quadriplegic Hope by Bob Cox Donald Watkins says he Hopes a court award of More than Mil lion will give him the Independence he lost in a tragic traffic Accident almost 10 years now at least ill be Able to go out and express myself in a Way that i even think of wat Kins in the past nine years i could dream All i but i would still be a the Money largest judg ment Ever on a Persona injury claim in Manitoba awarded to Watkins by Justice Scott Wright of Manitoba court of Queens the found partially liable for the is expected to end up paying most of the court which is for loss of earning future and special and future Finan Cial management for the july left wat Kins a quadriplegic at age in an interview yesterday in his Hospital room at the health sciences he said the Money will allow him to live in his own Home with full time Atten and a Chance to pursue his artistic at least i can explore ave Nues of interest in a realistic in a Way that ill be Able to Watkins he said he will be Able to spend some time with his now outside Hospital Watkins said has spent most of the time since the crash in Hospital most recently in a geriatric Ward at the in a hostage in a geriatric Pris he his dream has been to regain his his Harvey Pollock it has been a terrible ordeal for see funds Page 4 ninety two Andah Alp free press cartoonist Peter in was the first person to put die on Quebec grit touts die for Dollar Coin Ottawa up John die Fen lampooned during his prime ministry with the 92yrcent should be memorialized on Canadas new Dollar Veteran Quebec Liberal my mar cel Prudhomme at current that Coin will be Worth about 73 Prudhomme will seek com Mons support to have the former conservative prime ministers head replace that of the Queen on the proposed new the which would Likely make the staunchly royalist Diefenbaker spin in his did Little More than raise the polite curiosity of Supply and services minister Stewart Mcinnes and Royal Cana Dian mint president James Cor Kery when presented to them at a commons committee the 11sided Gold coloured which will replace the on Dollar will be introduced in the plan is to have an impression of the head of the Queen on one Side of the see Liberal Page 4 Boozy Boater could lose licence mounties armed with tougher Law by Neil Louttit police have decided what to do with the Drunken Sailor charge armed with amendments to the criminal code and City police and ramp officers will be trolling Manitoba Waterways this hoping to catch impaired and people convicted of operating a boat while impaired will face penalties the same As Drivers found impaired behind the wheel of a police in some impaired boaters could also lose their Drivers the criminal code was amended last december to include operation of boats and aircraft in the same Section dealing with the operation of motor this Means a person convicted of impaired operation of a boat would be guilty of a first offence under the criminal a person subsequently convicted of impaired driving or a convicted impaired Driver convicted of operating a boat while impaired would be guilty of a second offence which carries a tougher the changes to the criminal code also allow police to carry Alert screening devices on boats and de Mand breath samples from boat operators suspected of being prior to the police could Lay charges Only through a physical Check of the boat Winnipeg police will be paying strict attention to boaters and water regulations since taking Over River patrols from the Deputy chief John Urchenko that includes breathalyzer he we will be putting everything we have on the streets spot checks onto the he will be at random and will be increased during the evenings and weekends when there Are More boats on the see to Page 4 police will treat drinking Boater like drinking

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