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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg press May Page 3 safeguards against child abuse stir Fly violence rampant on borrowed shopping cart will Cost you if youre caught people who take their groceries Home in store owned shopping carts soon will have reason to think twice before removing the cart from the a works and operations spokes Man said As of june taking a cart off the parking lot will violate a City and the minimum Fine will be As store owners will be required to pay the City an impound ment fee of for each the bylaw is being introduced to combat the problem of shopping carts being both an eyesore and a the spokesman he said the Fine will solve the problem in although the leniency of the courts contributes to the the courts wont impose the maximum Fine of this Doest help our he the offender Canada Safeway spokesman Peter Squire said the grocery store has been working closely with the City to prevent shopping cart if it comes Down to the fact that we Are losing lots of carts and being heavily fined Well ask preach the City for the fines will be transferred to store he its an expensive face it 50 Bucks a cart int City spokesman said store owners should feel obligated to police their lots instead of leaving cart return up to the in a Way the problem stems from the he Squire said Safeway is taking measures to address the including a new lockup system at the Sargent and Maryland Sargent and Maryland is our problem Brian of Reid wheel and cartage said he sometimes picks up More than 100 cans at Sargent and his car collecting business wont be Hurt because it is a sideline he Squire said he Hopes the new by Law will diminish cart theft dramatic it will drive Home to people that carts Arent Public prop he a cart costs close to he it would be naive to think people will Stop taking a Supe Valu spokesman said her company be affected by the Glenn free press firefighters Hose Down twisted debris left after a fire Early yesterday destroyed a Wall Street building housing three businesses three businesses gutted in Wall Street conf Gratic More than million in damage was caused when fire destroyed a on Storey Weston building Early optimum a com Puter furnishing company and Cal Pino woodworking were gutted in the Wall Street a janitor at the Winnipeg technical vocational High school across the Street turned in the alarm about 3 the fire was brought under control about three hours later by fire fighters from five a fire department spokesman four Small businesses at 1492 Wall Street narrowly missed discs As firefighters kept the from spreading to that adjacent its exterior Wall was twisted and burned but the businesses inside suffered Only minor smoke and water one of the which Sells fire fighting was least a its an act of god this place didst said the owner of peer less fire and who asked not to be this was too close for the provincial fire commission ers office is investigating the cause of the Nome slaps decision to drop Mosquito 3y Patrick Mckinley the provincial government is neglecting its responsibility for health by dropping a that gives Advance warning of Western Equine mayor Bill Norrie charged Norrie said the City probably will take Over the monitoring program on its the proposed City takeover comes after a reportedly Stormy meeting thursday in which health minister Larry Desjardins rejected a City request the province continue the which involves setting out chickens where they can be bitten by the culex tarsal is mosquitoes that can spread the the chickens Are then checked for presence of the the nervous system disease can cause serious permanent Dis ability or death in and also afflicts describing it As a matter of life and said he was shocked by Desjardins he said City officials been asked to prepare a detailed estimate of the programs which he said is expected to be around a controversy Don chairman of the civic committee responsible for Mosquito charged that the province wants to avoid the controversy of an Aerial spraying program against if it had data on the presence of the it would be under pressure to he Sharon assistant Deputy minister in Desjar dins denied Cancella Tion of the program would leave the province in the dark about the prevalence of the province has chosen to take the least expensive and most ratio Nal and that is monitoring human and horse she Macdonald said the incidence of the disease is with an average of less than one human Case in Manitoba per in Mosquito populations Are difficult to she we Are advising people that per Sonal Protection from mosquitoes is the Best and virtually the Only thing we can do to prevent Western Equine she the provincial armed with a review of results from previous spraying has argued that Aerial spraying is largely said at least City residents would be More Likely to take precautions against mosquitoes if they knew the virus was present in Chicken if for nothing it gives people psychological peace of mind to know if there is encephalitis around or he he said his culture and social service committee will Dis cuss the Issue we Are going to do it on our own if we have he fogging Mitchelson said environment minister Gerard Lecuyer has yet to respond to a City request the province ease tougher restrictions on the cites ground fogging against nuisance Mitchelson said about 185 people have now registered to have a 100 metre radius around their Homes left out of this years spraying pro Gram up from 120 people a week City officials charged the effectiveness of the spraying was Crip pled several years ago when about 500 people made similar requests and Large areas had to be left Mitchelson said it appears there will not be enough registrants this year to seriously impede the fogging program there May be isolated pockets where Little or no fogging will we lose too few carts to be con she Supe Valu locks All carts on the several smaller stores said they dont allow carts to be taken out of the Tony of Delia said he takes a Deposit from every Cus Tomer who asks to leave the store with the they bring the cart i give them their Deposit everyone he conflict inquiry june 3 Freedman sets 31 target to finish report a Public inquiry into conflict Fin Terest and impropriety charges against former Energy minister Wil son Parasiuk will begin june Samuel former chief Justice of the Manitoba court of said yesterday he Hopes to hear As much evidence As possible before he travels to Israel for two weeks on a longstanding commit Parker choosing was appointed to investigate whether Parasiuk acted improperly or was in a conflict in the awarding of a contract to a former business he will also look into facts sur rounding the brokerage building on Bannatyne where Parasiuk and others with ties to the nip have an who retired from the Bench in 1983 after 31 years is one of Canadas most respected Winnipeg lawyer Ray Flett will act As counsel at the which will be open to the Freedman said he has a commit ment to attend the annual meeting of the Board of governors of the he brew University in he will leave june 11 and be gone for two with that one hearings will be held daily at the Law courts he Freedman said his own target Date for completion of his report is the order in Council appointing Freedman asks him to report his findings by 15 or As soon there after As the report can be he said he will try to finish it As quickly As Parasiuk has resigned from Cabi net pending the outcome of the hear renters wreck evicted by Sherri Krastel a Man whose House was badly damaged by renters and condemned by the City health depart ment says he was conned by professional Dwight said it took three court appearances and six months before he was Able to evict the tenants who turned his House into a they know How to work the sys try the same thing on someone he Waly says he rented his two bed Morley Avenue Home to three Young people and received rent for Only two of the seven the system the system is absolutely at the Small landlord int protected renters Waly provincial housing department spokesman Don Ilich said the land lord and tenant act review com Mittee has raised the Issue of land lord Protection for but that a situation such As Walys is Ilich defended the system As being noting there Are bound to be situations which slip Between the tenants complain landlords he Ilich said Walys Only recourse is to take the tenants to court for the time and Effort May or May not be Worth he the tenants vacated two weeks Wayne free press Dwight in his damaged says he was conned by renters who used the tenant system against following a final warning from the health a health official the House is in considerable state of and will remain condemned until it is restored to a reasonable he a free press reporter who visited the House yesterday found All the windows garbage and fees on the a Spray painted mural on a living room ripped and abandoned belong among the litter was a notice of pending lawsuit from a television Cable company unable to collect overdue Waly said the tenants were Immi Grants who pretended not to under stand the they pleaded immigrant Igno Rance the first time we went to they said they afford a and the Case was postponed the second time they were ordered to pay Back and they the third time they told the judge they didst know the importance of the and ignored an order to pay a Down payment on rent Waly in so embarrassed to Tell you i own this Waly before they moved in we painted the whole and had the carpet now it just he said a contractor estimated it will Cost to repair the dam Waty said he asked for references before and received a Call from a person claiming to be their former landlord saying they were great i found out later id been he Waly said he tried to sell the but the deals fell through because buyers did not want to go through the process of real estate broker Larry Linkletter said he showed the property 20 to 30 and the House was in More of a mess than it is they had one or two cats and a pit Bull the food and garbage was just he Linkletter said one of the tenants was flippant and unconcerned when he served the second notice of eviction on he told me in going to stay Here As Long As i in going to use the system because 1 know the in Manitoba you have no rights As a he

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