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Dauphin Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Dauphin, Manitoba
Wednesday August 13, 1980 the Dauphin Herald Page 3 i Ste. Rose rail line remains in network Henry Andres after signs new goals to be set travellers promote route a was our journey progressed i realized that one does not have to leave Canada to Admire the fantastic wonders of nature a a member of the Northern Woods and water route association caravan of 1977 wrote. The words express what association president Henry Andres says the group is attempting to accomplish. A a we want to publicize the potential of the Northern part of the four Western provinces As a recreational area a Andres said in Dauphin on wednesday. In promoting the route the 1980 version of the caravan made a Short Stop at the fort Dauphin museum As part of a trip that will end at Dawson Creek b.c., later this month. The group of 28 people in eight recreational vehicles started from Winnipeg. The association which began in 1973, was founded to help develop and make accessible the tourist potential of the Northern areas of the four provinces. The route follows an almost continuous Chain of lakes Rivers Woodlands and farmlands. The route is about 1,500 Miles in length. Andres from Nipawin sask., says an important consideration when planning the route was determining the support it would get in various communities. Communities that did not support the project from the beginning and wanted in later were out of Luck he says. Andres admits it was a difficult decision choosing the final route. A it Wasny to an easy thing to decide a he says. Within the last two years the route has received government recognition and Road signs have been erected along it. Andres is pleased with the Progress of the association has made saying his objectives As president were to get the Road signs along with printing brochures and getting More recognition for the route. The future of the association is not Well defined at the moment now that the initial objectives have been accomplished. A that will have to be decided at our next general meeting a he says. A but like the Yellowhead route it will still need he says it is not known yet whether there will be a caravan next year. Butler m deliver we have a Good Supply of Butler Grain bins set up and ready for delivery to your farm. Bushel capacity 1560 2650 prices include free delivery for 20 Miles. Price 1,285. 1,870. Mcminn amp Yates building supplies 1976 Ltd. Dauphin 638-5303 Grandview 546-2020 in Dauphin greetings were extended from la Jim Galbraith chamber president Stan Mcmunn mayor . Newton Bill Durston on behalf of fort Dauphin museum and Gwenneth Hall Secretary of tourism Manitoba Parkland Region. A perimeter flying into Saskatchewan perimeter airlines will begin negotiations on establishing a Winnipeg Dauphin York ton Saskatoon route within the next two weeks says perimeter president Bill Wehrle. Wehrle says it will take some time before any decision is made by the Federal government on the an application but adds it is the most viable alternative for the airline. Perimeter operates Winnipeg Dauphin Brandon and Winnipeg Yorkton Saskatoon routes. The Yorkton run began aug. I. He says the Start of the Yorkton has no affect on the negotiations since the routes operate under separate contracts. But Wehrle says he wants to integrate the two routes. A we feel there should be a Dauphin Yorkton Saskatoon route a he says. A third contract for the integrated route along with running the other two routes separately is one possibility the airline May pursue he says. The status of the Brandon Stop Wehrle says will also depend on a separate application for Jet service by other airlines into the City. Perimeter has received support from both Dauphin and Yorkton Wehrle says. There Are daily morning and afternoon flights on the new Yorkton route. Butler builds it better ask for this folder from our representative who will be at the Enterprise development Centre Keays amp Industrial Road Dauphin Manitoba 10 00 . To 3 00 . Tuesday August 19, 1980 Telephone 638-3602 if you require financing to Start modernize or expand your business and Are unable to obtain it elsewhere on reasonable terms and conditions or if you Are interested in the fed management services of counselling and training or wish information on. Government programs available for your business talk to our representative. Jew Federal business development Bank 940 Princess Avenue . Box 6, Brandon Manitoba r7a 0p6 a Telephone 727-8415 of Peng new doors to spam business. By Dave Ramsay the ochre River Ste. Rose Branch line along with 23 others on the Prairies will remain part of the permanent rail network the Federal minister of transport announced last week. Transport minister Jean Luc Pepin made the decision after reviewing an announcement by the previous conservative government that the Branch lines would receive permanent status. The Branch lines which total 1,048 Kilometres now become eligible for upgrading through the Federal rail rebuilding program. Ste. Rose mayor Rene Maillard had Little reaction to the decision saying the Community had never been advised the Branch line was in jeopardy. A we already knew it was guaranteed to the year 2,000,�?� Maillard said. A your feelings Haven to changed since the lines were first Given permanent status by the conservatives late last year. Pepin said in june the decisions would be reviewed because of the method used by the conservatives in determining their status. The basis for the conservative decision remains unavailable to the Public Pepin said. Pepin based the decision on several factors including arguments for the retention of the lines by westerners the expectation of permanent status created by the conservative decision and the conclusion that subsidized hauling of Grain by truck is not acceptable. Pepin stated his most important consideration in making the announcement was need for certainty about the future of the Branch lines. Five of the Branch lines Are in Manitoba 18 in Saskatchewan and one in Alberta. Pepin also announced that two other rail lines in Parkland Region will come under review of the Canadian transportation commission Branch lines from Delta Jet. To Amaranth and Sifton Jet. To Winnipegosis were to be retained for five years pending an assessment of the off track elevator concept. However Pepin says he sees no practical alternative but to refer these Branch lines to the Etc for review and possible inclusion in the permanent network. He says a fair decision on these lines cannot be made without a review by the Etc. Seniors wait for word from Chc there is still no response from the Cana Dian mortgage and housing corporation on the possibility of a housing project for seniors in Dauphin. Chc was sent questionnaires filled in by the members of the Dauphin seniors non profit residence group. One of the organizers Audrey Snodgrass says the response to the questionnaires required by Chc was a a very Good a and these were sent to the corporation june 24. Since then she says the group has received a few More completed questionnaires but it was too late to Send these in. The group has not been Able to go any farther with the project says Snodgrass since they have received no reply from Chc. She says 85 people representing 61 suites have indicated they Are interested in the project. This kind of housing is basically for people who find it difficult or impossible to maintain a private Home but it who Are not eligible for housing units such As the seniors High Rise in Dauphin. An example of such a project being studied by the Dauphin group is the Keystone Centre in Winnipeg. Snodgrass says the group is almost ready to Contact Chc to see if there Are any results from the Survey As Well As studying plans for a new seniors building now under construction in Roblin. Snodgrass noted the Council of the town of Roblin donated the land for that project As Well As municipal donations towards the actual construction costs. The group has Learned of two other problems which May face the Dauphin project says Snodgrass. Building costs Are a Little higher in Dauphin than in Winnipeg she says and rents Are a Little lower. The rents must be High enough to cover the Cost of financing and maintenance of the building she says but residents Are not going to want to pay More in the housing project than they would in other rental facilities. From your Western bakery in Dauphin bread pastries cakes personally yours Edni serve .48 soft amp Dri antiperspirant Spray 250 my boots Reg. Price 2.29 1.89 save .80 Mitchum antiperspirant Spray 150 my boots Reg. Price 3.69 2.89 save .08 gentle touch Bath soap 140 g boots Reg. Price .67 .59 come to boots for great savings on your Favourite personal care products save .80 agree shampoo 350 my boots Reg. Price 2.79 1.99 save .20 agree Creme rinse 350 my boots Reg. Price 2.19 save .20 Cep acol antibacterial mouthwash gargle 375 my boots Reg. Price 1.49 1.29 Playtex my fads 308eltuss 1.69 prices effective until August 24. I960 we Reserve the right to limit quantities. Dauphin Market mall 1450 main st., 638-8233 a save .30 Crest toothpaste 150 my boots Reg. Price 1.79 1.49 save .38 Playtex mini pads 30�?~s Reg. 30s boots Reg. Price 2.17 1.79 save .48 deodorant 30s boots Reg. Price 2.47 1.99 for value due to space limitations All items May not be available at All locations. Cosmetics prescription service veterinary supplies pm. 6388233 a res. 6389248 Dauphin Market place Bools drug states
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