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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba The Trade dispute Washington panic or Ottawa Blunder spouts burnout a major problem for High performance athletes sunday Schreyer reluctant to Rule out return to politics tragic irony childrens Miracle telethon will show a Happy birthday that was not to be Agassiz who a fledgling City theatre group is striving to establish an identity of its own 729 big Kickoff soccer world the ultimate sports kicks off in Mexico today weather sunny today 25 Clear tonight 11 sunny tomorrow 28 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets Index Ann 21 15 22 63 22 29 Jumble 26 Jumble 27 7 21 saturday 49 16 sky 86 55 to 21 54 the provincial u y applications from campers outstrip flow of donations the Fott Sunshine fund needs to in donations in order to keep up with applications from needy children who would like to to we dont have enough Money to cover All the applications we received this Manitoba Camp ing association administrator Settle Heundl said she said there Are More than 35 children on the waiting and the applications keep pouring although the Sunshine fund received in donations this the number of requests Are outstrip Ping the funds she the Sunshine sponsored by the free press and the Manitoba camping is responsible for giving 151 needy children Herships so 29 this Heindl said her aim is to exceed in donations to enable 400 children to attend Manitoba Camps this Only 17 of 44 Manitoba Camps Are accredited by the camping Assoc a which prides itself on having the in Heindl camping int just swimming there is a wider spectrum of activities to choose including computers and she Heindl said she has noticed sever Al people Are contributing More than which keeps the fund grow regular contribute sent a letter along with her thank ing Heindl for reminding her of the thank you for reminding me of the needs of our children who will be the adults of the camping is a great something i Hope All children will get to Benefit Donalda aside from Heindl said she has received an invaluable contribution from two red River Community College Terry Klockow and Andy who saved her by writing a com Puter program that eliminates much of the clerical work attached to the Sunshine its taken a Load off i used to take work Home at now 1 dont its a real she one of the Camps the Sunshine fund sends children to is the see girl Page 12 saturday free press May 1986 or Winnipeg free press vol 114 no 179 final Home delivery 9570550 classified 9562330 second class mail registration number 0286 Premier vows to be own Man in Trade debate by Cecil Rosner Winnipeg free press Swan River Premier Howard Pawley said yesterday he will steer his own course on Freer Trade with the United he said he wont allow the Federal labor or interest groups to direct his views on the my first consideration must be that of whats Best for Pawley i cant be influenced by the warning served on Tariff Halifax up state Secretary George Shultz was warned yesterday that Canada is consider ing economic measures in Retalia Tion for a shakes and shingles Tariff that has threatened thousands of external affairs minister Joe Clark so As he would not be taken by i indicated to him that Canada is now considering a Range of economic Clark told reporters yesterday after a hour Long meeting with study who met with Shultz at the close of a meeting of nato foreign said Jie did not expect Shultz to Back Down on the Tariff the americans real that the which dominated question period in the House of has Hurt Cana he i think the United states is get Ting the message about Canadian concern and about Canadian Seniti said who would not say what measures Are being but they clearly dont want to have that sort of thing happen see talks Page 4 position the Federal party or any interest the Canadian labor movement has condemned the concept of Freer Trade discussions and the Federal nip has expressed Strong Reserva Pawley said he has always favored increased More liberalized Trade and feels it would be positive for Tariff Walls to be re Protection for some at the same time Pawley said there must be specific Protection for some Canadian the trucking Industry in for requires special protect he he and the Western premiers spent most of their time talking about provincial participation in the free Trade talks without getting into How the negotiations would Impact on specific they also issued a Call for a stand still on further protectionist Mea sures by the United states or Cana and for a reversal of the 35percent Tariff Washington slapped on the Cedar shakes and shingles Strong consensus Pawley emerged from a meeting of the four Western premiers yester Day declaring a Strong consensus had been reached on Freer agriculture and other the Premier said an important Issue that must be resolved is the ratification process for the Freer Trade he said he favored a formula similar to the constitutional forum which requires approval of seven provinces before changes can be British Columbia Premier Bill Bennett said yesterday he was still hopeful Washington would reverse its decision on the Cedar shakes and but Bennett threaten to break off negotiations with the americans if they prefer ring to stress the premiers Call for see Getty Page 4 fatal plunge bodies of victims Are covered by Rescue workers after a tour bus plunged off a twisting Mountain Highway and rolled into the Walker River in California at least 18 elderly persons died in the Accident and 24 were eager punters out of Luck 500tol shot not on Board by Reyn Davis beleaguered British bookmakers want you to know they Arent quoting Odds of 500tol that Canada wont score a goal in the world an employee for lad an English Public betting said his office had been swamped with Calls from canadians trying to take advantage of the 500 Tol Odds quoted in a Canadian press report from London its a Complete said the the Only Odds the House is giving is that Canada is a shot to win the an attempt by staff members of the free press to place a Wager that Canada would score a goal was aborted yesterday when Mick walk making the bet for the was advised no such Wager was of the As told to started when two men were overheard Mak ing a bet during a flight to but the whole idea is a flight of bettors fancy As far As Ladbroke is was woman created in her image Church not United on nature of god our who Art in or should that our Mother is god male or female or both feminists in the United Church of Canada think god should be referred to As she or just Plain god but not or Mac Watts of the University of Winnipeg theology department walked a Tightrope yesterday be tween differing factions of the Church in a speech about inclusion of female conceptions of Watts told about 600 delegates to the United Church conference of Manitoba and Northwestern on Tario that the old hymns and prayers be tampered he images of god in Church services should be both female and male and new hymns and prayers should be written to include female conceptions of if we employ female images for we Are not making a Radical break with the traditions of the Watts saying there were numerous instances of Watt hymns to her god being referred to As a female in the the terms we use for god Are we speak by analogy about he Watts got into trouble with some audience members when he said words like father and lord should continue to be used because they Are intimately linked to Christian he was terribly selective in his use of old Ham adding he was disappointed there were no questions allowed of Jesus was a he saw himself As equal to All others who were around he was very Radical in that and i want our gospel to reflect that Oldham others in the were More approving of Watts moderate i need him As a father at i need him As a Mother at times and sometimes i need him As just a Dorrie Archibald Watts said whatever is decided about language that refers to the Church should strive in its ser vices and publications to use non sexist language when referring to democracy rated terrific grounded stewardess impressed by parliament Broadbent holds Corradon hand at news Ottawa up Toni Corrado the air Canada stewardess suspended without pay for telling tory Pas sengers what she thought about their government brought her tiny dispute to parliament Hill yester she didst get what she wanted but left impressed by the readiness of opposition maps to Champion her in ashamed to say this is the first time Ive actually been in the House of a nervous Conado said moments after Deputy prime minister Erik Nielsen refused to order air Canada to rescind the punish its really terrific that there is a place you can come at have disputes aired out whether its a tiny dispute like mine or big disputes of Trade where millions of jobs May be new Democrat Leader de Broadbent called the 30day suspension a terrible injustice in the commons and urged Nielsen to do the Correct thing for a Good employee and let her return to work with but Nielsen rejected Broadbent saying the dispute has been appealed by Corradon Union and maps should have the decency to allow the Appeal process to come to a Nielsen stance fell on deaf ears As Liberal Andre Ouellet ridiculed the government for letting air Canada punish the 38yearold stewardess for saying what thousands of canadians that the government is incompetent and and nip transport critic Les Benjamin accused the tories of being reminding them of their futile fight to Force the former Liberal government to rehire Neil Fraser the former Revenue Canada employee fired for criticizing metrication and bilingual Mike transport minister Don Mazan Kows Kis parliamentary insisted there was no similarity Between the two cases and urged the of see shoe Page 4

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