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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Brandon, Manitoba The Brandon Sun monday november 20, 1967 Liberal Resolution hits Lack of redistribution Santa a supporters even the Weatherman cooperated on saturday As the Brandon Jaycees Santa Claus Parade wandered through Snow less City streets amidst hundreds of children and adults. This is one of the two dozen floats that passed Brandon stores and business places As kids of All Ages waited for the big Man at the end of the Parade Santa himself. Liberals in Manitoba have changed the name of their party. Only one two letter preposition was changed during the resolutions portion of the annual meeting held in Brandon for the first time outside Winnipeg a but liberals suggested the change was worthwhile. The change makes the official name the Liberal party in Manitoba rather than of Manitoba indicating that the Manitoba party is part of the National scene. In other resolutions accepted by the meeting saturday liberals attacked the Roblin administration for failure to implement redistribution of electoral divisions in 1966 As would have been automatic under the electoral divisions act prepared by the Campbell government to years ago. Liberals also called for a pub honoured Justice special a in Honor of or. And mrs. Percy clans i Wick of Moore Park a Surprise i party was held nov. To at their Home on the occasion of their 30th wedding anniversary. Thirty three guests enjoyed an evening of cards and games followed by a Buffet supper Al mid night. Or. And mrs. Garry Cranswick and or. And mrs. W. F. Hales acted As co hosts for the evening. Guests came from Carberry rapid City. Brandon Justice and Moore Park. Lie protector and ombudsman urged the Federal government to consider regional interests such As the development of Western and Northern Canada if tax Laws Are revised and decided to continue the study of the role of women in he party and moved to a seek out interested and qualified women for committee service and As candidates. Liberals Defeated a Resolution which would have put anyone who had not paid membership fees on the outside. The Defeated Resolution proposed that a Only those people who pay their membership be members in Good standing and also that a Only those people who w Ere card carrying members at the time of a Call for an annual general meeting or convention shall be entitled to vote upon or be delegates to such meetings and liberals did agree to resolutions calling on the government to make insurance of automobiles a Legal requirement for licensing. To require All motorcycle operators and passengers to Wear safety helmets and also one which provides for a special additional incentives to attract industries to Rural centres in Manitoba. The resolutions debate also approved one which provides that a a policy and planning committee be formed with the specific purpose of establishing communication with Canadian indians. Education came in for attention with one Resolution asking Gildas Mol Gat to Quot request the appointment of a committee of the House Quot to investigate charges that children in Manitoba schools Are not learning to read. Another Resolution asks the Manitoba association of school trustees to permit the formation of political clubs in one school under the jurisdiction of each school Board As a Pilot project and such project if successful to be recommended As an integral part of the High school program. This latter Resolution was opposed by two Brandon delegates. A. C. Hamilton objected to the party a recommending to any non political group what it should do while David s. Weiss criticized the idea of introducing any other a distracting influence in the school curriculum suggesting that students Are having trouble now in passing their grades. Safeway Don t face Grain facts Farmers earn own woes Western Canadian Farmers face lean times if they refuse to recognize that no we orld demand exists for most of their current Grain output a former Liberal agriculture critic in the legislature said saturday. Stan Roberts a Grain company executive and agriculture critic from 1957 to 1963, told delegates to the Manitoba Liberal party a annual convention that world markets have disappeared for most grades of wheat and Barley grown in the West. Speaking in a seminar he criticized Farmers and agriculture officials who ignore changing demands of the International Grain Market. A markets for our top three grades of wheat and for inviting Barley Are almost non existent a yet Farmers produce these same grains year after year he said. According to or. Roberts the Only kind of Canadian wheat buyers want in no. 4, but the bulk of Prairie production is nos. I 2 and 3. While so per cent of world Barley was grown for feed Western Farmers continue to grow High Grade malting Barley. Officials and Farmers refuse to face the fact that significant demand exists for rapeseed buckwheat Corn soybeans and other varieties of wheat and Barley or. Roberts urged Manitoba liberals to push for development of new grades and types of Grain and a i urge Seale program to get Quot existing production information to Farmers. A if we look after these things All the Stopgap measures such As new forms of subsidies and Cash advances will look after delegates at the seminar unan. Mously accepted the proposal and endorsed a Resolution Call j ing for a a crash program of research and development to produce High yielding grains. To enable Western Canadian Farmers to compete in the markets j of the world and Rod Clement member of the legislature for Birde Russell. Said most Farmers difficulties arose Between Harvest and pay ment for the crop. He suggested the Canadian wheat Board pay i each Farmer for three quarters of the Grain he has stored. The seminar trimmed the suggestion and agreed to a Resolution seeking a doubling of the present $3,000 maximum Cash Advance for Farmers who have delivered their wheat to the ele % 4 gators. Another Resolution asked that the present $40,000 ceiling on farm Loans from the Manitoba agricultural credit corp. Be raised to $100,000. Western Manitoba philharmonic choir proudly presents Handel s Quot the Messiah Quot Brandon University gymnasium wednesday nov 22 8 15 . Conducted by Leonard Mayoh accompanists Winnipeg symphony orchestra soloists Sylvia Richardson Soprano Eileen Blain contralto Peter Koslowsky Tenor Nelson Lohnes baritone Derek Morphy Bass adults $2.00 a students $1.00 Peter Piper pure lard .00 6$1 Empress pure Plum Jam 48 to. Of. Tin. 79 shelled Walnut pieces i la. Pkg. 79 constant a Macaroni Vermicelli or Spaghetti la. Box 59 Eagle Brand milk Borden s�?15 Al. Of. Cheese slices Maple leaf�?8 of. Premier Bennett says he has medicare plan h be chequing personalized cheques go Here Vancouver up a Premier Bennett said Friday night he has a formula which could shave Federal medicare costs by $300,000,000 and avoid a tax increase. Or. Bennett who declined to give details made the comment in an interview on his arrival Here from Federal provincial fiscal talks in Ottawa. He said the plan would meet All Federal medicare requirements and that the plan was favourably received by finance minister Mitchell Sharp. Or. Bennett said his plan would be applied for the period july i 1968. To March 31, 1969, and would Cut Federal costs from $450,000,000 to $150,000,000. A i expect the proposal will come into he said. Quot but he or. Sharp will have to sell it to his the Premier said the plan would work in All provinces Ami could be implemented without any increase in taxes. Irs no use bawling. If someone else wins and you weren t even Ringo Brandon Roll Arena every monday two big jackpots 95000 $35000 in 57 number in 54 numbers $1,950.00 in prizes 15 lash games. Extra taros 50c, 5 for s2.00 doors open at 6 30 . Games Start at 8 . $1.00 admission sponsored by the Kinsmen club of Brandon 39 39 cake mixes Asao twinkle�?14 of. And 15 of. R o m detergent r .75 Cleanser. 39 detergent 349 instant chocolate n in pc Hershey a. My s it m Blue ribbon Tea i la. Pkg. 1 29 the new True Way to Bank Light lean and meaty spareribs 159 Maple Leaf Bologna in the piece 11.00 3 in Here it is everything you need for your combination of True chequing and True savings accounts in a neat complimentary Wallet. Including personalized cheques. This new True Way keeps your True chequing account separate from True savings. You leave enough in a True chequing account to pay your Bills. You put the rest into Avi % True savings of you already have a 3% savings account you can convert it to True savings see How this simplifies your Money planning. Come in and ask about the new True Way to Bank a and get your new True Blue Wallet free. Bananas 31a o Chiquita Brand. J How the True Way works at a glance True chequing True savings the disadvantages no interest. The advantages convenient Way to pay Bills. Monthly account statements mailed to you providing permanent record of deposits and expenditures. Cancelled cheques returned monthly Are proof of payment. The disadvantages no chequing. The advantages 4vi% on minimum monthly balance. Money readily available. Free transfers to your True chequing account. Free Cash withdrawals. Watch for our 6-Page flyer delivered to All Brandon and area Homes earlier this week for our Many pre Christmas specials. Prices effective monday and tuesday nov. 20, 21 Bank of Montreal Canadas first Bank a Safeway copyright 1960. Canada Safeway limited

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