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Stonewall Argus And Teulon Times (Newspaper) - September 28, 1977, Stonewall, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan 83 NUMBEE 26 MANITOBA 1OT Ralph Anderson right chats with the Premier wnile Joe of Beausejour centre looks The Premier stopped to talk with several at the Manitoba Sheep Breeders Association meeting he4 at Teulon September Manitobas Premier Ed Schreyer walked the streets of Teulon and Gimli last Saturday shaking hands and chatting in an effort to help his brother George to his bid for the Gimli The Premiers famous talent for remembering names and faces shone despite the but the constant drizzle forced the two brothers to do most of their mainstreeting First stop in Stonewall took them to Westside Plaza where they were greeted with diligent pharmacy workers sporting bright white and blue In Stonewall the two also The Gimli Kinsmen Club will discontinue operation of the Kinsmen Recreation Centre by ft 3 tiut xmj HUD y teat uue iu i iBlug A news release issued by the club states Even with the financial assistance of other organizations and the Town and the of Gimli the Rec Centre ran at a constant The latest lease which we signed with the Industrial Park required us to pay the costs of heat and hydro plus a nominal rent of as of July The based on last years heat and hydro consumption coupled with the rent totaled the release The club has also lost in revenue from the cancellation of nasium The reluctance of other organizations and local govern ments to gel actively involved in managing the facility was another factor in the Kinsmen palling Having been solely respon sible for its operation for five it has been increasingly difficult to get our own club members to volunteer the time that this operation There are many towns across the province that are struggling to raise money for an indoor recreation Not many boast of having an indoor heated Its unfortunate that in Gimli we have both and cannot find some way of operating them with a total community Ji Harry PCLakeside expects to be reelected in his riding and he expects the Progressive Conservatives to form the next but his party can expect little help in visited the new shopping complex at the south end of the Legion and the Rockwood Inn It was then onto the silver Earth executive mobile and on the road to The Premier and his brother George both relaxed on the ride up to Premier Schreyer expressed confidence in his partys ability to form the next He disagreed no issues had surfaced during the campaign suggesting that the PCs attempt to discredit the economic state of the province was the major He said he has been able to prove them wrong by pointing to other provinces all of he said Manitoba easily The Premiers schedule called for a tour of the Teulon senior citizens home shortly after which had to be aban doned due to lack of The two chose instead to do a brief stint of mainstreeting andr then cruise down to the Teulon arena where the Manitoba Sheep Breeders Association holding its first open house and Premier Schreyer later travelled to Gimli where he spoke at a public m m Douglas Clifford has been chosen to contest the October llth election for the Liberal Party in was educated in Winnipeg and After 36 years with the and Air Canada he retired to Francis Xavier to begin his agricultural and apiarist Accepting the nomination Clifford said that his lifelong interest in agriculture provides him with a firm basis to represent Lakeside and ensure a strong voice in the Harry PCLakeside chats with campaign manager Bill Sinclair and Emil of Laurent holding campaign material at the opening of his campaign headquarters at Woodlands the battle for the he said In an interview during the opening of his campaign headquarters at Woodlands September Enns said while the JJCs are often at the root of thefr own the media treats the PC leader Sterling Lyon unfairly and the NDP slogan Leadership You Can is directed specifically towards and Im the first one to we generally author most of our own Sidney Spivaks failure to at least publicly to acknowledge Sterling as our leader keeps that little bit fuel Enns 1 believe were going towin 32 seats and form the majority I accept the fact that were not going to gel any help from the Well get sat on throughout the 30 our being used to help other candidates in neighbouring provincial but he said not 5 Max a farmer near Stpnewall is suing Stonewall for damages incurred last year when a fire escaped from the Stonewall nuisance grounds and spread to his Mandel is asking damage costs of be assessed against the according to his Statement of The Statement of Claim states on September 1976 a fire escaped from the nuisance jumped a road and spread onto the Mandel land burning and damaging his crop which had been swathed but not The Statement of Claim puts a price tag of more than on the crop The Statement of Claim states the damage was caused through negligence on the part of the Town as The Town failed to have a system of inspection to detect open The Town failed to regularly add cover material the grounds to prevent the of The Town adequate inf warning signs respecting the use of the grounds and the Burning of The Town failed to adequately control the burning of The Town didat provide fencing of the Mandels solicitor didnt know when the matter would reach the but said he was hopeful it would be tftis Solicitor for had BO comment on contacted by Listings To In Argus Times The publisher of the ArgusTimes regrets that it fcas discontinued ROUNDABOUT which contained among other the listings for the there is good news who have advised the publisher over witMrawiigr of this weekly listings wJttita its ft eidfriiSgv ri It should be pointed that Telecast schedules are subject to diange without Such changes are not to be construed aserror on the part of the Changes in electronic media are sometimes made oa very short and there is no way in which they emsld advise m of these changes before press It is hooed that these rhaniyps will J favorite program preempted for some please bear in mind that there is no way that last minute broadcast schedules can be changed without ample prior With only i3 days of cam paigning left Keith Progressive Conservative Candidate in the Gimli riding believes Kis chances of winning are very Cosens in an interview at his home and campaign headquarters said a strong anti NDP mood is prevalent within the I have many people who were NDP last time who are swit They tell me theyre switching and theres visible proof that theyre Theyve bought memberships ih our theyve got a lawnsign out iri front of their And they tell me now that theyre disillusioned with the path that socialism is Theyre a little afraid of this whole idea of government too many As far as specific constituency issues are Cosens cites roads and drainage two matters he has been bringing up since he was nominated in He said that eight years of NDP representation hasnt done a thing for the When asked if electing the Premiers brother wouldnt change he an swered with a I dont look at one man as the government for one and this is something that I dont hesitate to point Thats a mistake to look at one man as the Youve got to look at the team hes got behind and I think this is one of the problems that Ed Schreyer has You dont get too much of an argument from too many people on That hes had a problem with his big and this affair in the north the northern flood com mittee agreement has certainly pointed that out Cosens began campaigning he was nominated He campaigned hard the summer he all parts of the con in his job as o Stonewall part time campaigning eye and weekends is probably as effective as knocking on doors j What in so many places that you visit that least one member of the usually the husband is not home until or six and in some places both members are out working trying to balance the As aresult around in the daytime you dont find them home Cosens notes his chances of defeating George Schreyer In GtrnH are good for a few A strong vote from Use Saunders at estimated at about 400 has The southern section of riding has traditionally been The reports his campaign workers have been bringing in are
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