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Glenboro Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Brandon, Manitoba Special Elk licences for Spruce Woods landowners special Elk Hunting licences will be available to landowners in game Hunting area 30 Spruce Woods Are natural resources minister Brian Ransom has announced. Landowners May obtain licences at department of natural resources offices in Carberry Brandon or Winnipeg. These special landowner Elk Hunting licences will be valid Only on the land owned by the licence within general Hunting area 30. Landowners May choose to Hunt during the fall season september 22 to october 4 inclusive for male Elk Only or the Winter season november 17 to november 29, for Elk of either sex. One game tag will be available per landowner. Each landowner May receive a licence and game tag or a game tag May be shared by a landowner and one member of his immediate family spouse son or daughter. However both must be licenced the fee for which is $20 per licence. Directors of corporations which own land in the area May apply for licences As landowners. Or. Ransom stated that this new landowner licence is an experimental innovation designed to encourage the maintenance of wildlife habitat on privately owned land and reduce the Cost of Elk damage to farm Hay supplies. If it proves successful it May be expanded to other areas of the province in the future he said. Further information May be obtained by contacting the department of natural resources in Brandon 728-4788carberry 834-3223 or Winnipeg 775-0221. Your wheat Board report mental health Centre museum the Brandon health Centre museum is now open to the Public tuesdays and thursdays 1 -3 . The museum is located in the lower level of Norwood gardens Southeast Entrance at the Junction of no. 1 Highway and 1st Street Brandon. There is ample parking just South of the museum Entrance. The museum got its Start when eight people formed a non profit Brandon mental health Centre historical society in december 1972 and in 1973 work was begun on collecting and cataloguing items. The museum was housed in the Farrell House on the . Grounds in 1974, but was opened to the Public for the summer Only on a limited basis due to Lack of funds for an attendant. Funds were made available in 1977 to hire a project student for the summer and the museum was open to the Public on a regular basis again until fall. The Gazette Glenboro Manitoba j wednesday August 13th, 1980 from the fall of 1977 to summer 1980 the museum remained closed to the Public due to Lack of staff apart from pre arranged Tours. In july 1980 the museum opened to the Public on a regular basis As a result of placement of a Volunteer attendant. The attendant will be on hand tuesdays and thursdays to Welcome visitors provide information along with guided Tours. Hours Are 1-3 . Brandon mental health Centre museum is unique in that it is the Only museum in Canada with the theme of mental health care. Artefacts mementos and furnishings from Brandon mental health centres yesteryear have been collected and put on display Here. If a group wishes to tour the museum other than during regular hours or if More information is required please Contact Volunteer services Brandon mental health Centre 728-7110 ext. 286, or Jessie Little 728-7110 ext. 425. Lome Parker eleven advisory committee members four commissioners and or. H. Homer attended the july 22nd, 1980 meeting. Crop prospects have improved in the last month. Alberta should Harvest at least an average crop. Manitoba has been the hardest hit with this years drought. Producer deliveries and exports Are significantly higher that at this time last year. It now appears As though we May achieve total Grain exports of 23 million tonnes by the end of the crop year. All ports have been functioning Well m recent weeks. The drought caused a Holdback of Grain in june and Early july and is still the Case on some farms. Working space showed up in Many elevators particularly along the car lines where you now have open quotas on hard red Spring Utility cheats Barley and Oats. It is obvious that there will be some major inequities in delivery Opportunity at the end of the crop year. The objective was to maximize our total marketing Opportunity and records have been set. The major carryover of 1 and 2 cars and durum cheats is in Southern Alberta southwestern Saskatchewan and to a much More limited extent at shipping Points on the Lariviere Block in Manitoba. In these cases the Board will make a special Effort to concentrate on these car blocks in the first few weeks of the new crop year. Both durum and hard cheats will move. Quotas in the new crop year Are expected to weather views month of july High temperature 34.5 on july 13 Low temperature 4.5 on july 24th average daytime temperature 27.3 degrees average nit time temperature 11.7 degrees Overall average temperature 19.5 degrees precipitation 35.0 . Rainfall August 4th to August 10th High temperature 22.5 on 5th Low temperature 7.0 on 9th average daytime temperature 17.5 average nit time temperature 9.5 Overall average temperature 13.5 precipitation 52.6 . Rainfall open up rapidly. 1 think Well see a minimum carryover in All grains one year from now. Prices Are expected to remain firm. Both the . Com and soybean crop have suffered extreme stress during july. Should this weather pattern continue through August prices of All grains Are Likely to Rise further. Towards the end of our meeting a Resolution passed recommending that the minister remove the obligation for the . To Supply feed grains into the Domestic Market at the com competitive Price. This would allow the Board to Market the feed Grain delivered to it to the Best King term advantage of Prairie Grain producers. A our next meeting is August 22. Glenboro Kinsmen Bingo winners tuesday August 5th, 1980 1. George Barr Glenboro 2. Mrs. Bill Dowd Cypress River 3. Mrs. Bill Dowd Cypress River Edna Johnson Baldur Verna Howe Thompson. 4. Mrs. Outlet Baldur 5. Ethyl Beswetherick Carberry Rachel Bray Baldur Ainsley Roney Wawanesa Art Seghers Holland 6. Winnie Cuthbert Baldur 7. Evelyn Bodner tre heme 8. Mrs. Dorothy Young Cypress River Bob Desrochers Glenboro 9. Mrs. Dorothy Young Cypress River 10. Mrs. Dhont Holland 11. Mrs. Johnson Baldur 12. I Laii Glenboro 13. Paula de Pape Holland 14. Bill Dowd Glenboro 15. George Barr Glenboro 16. Carrie Hall Carberry 17. Mrs. Farough Stockton Henry Dyck Glenboro Dorothy Young Cypress River 18. Winnie Wilton Glenboro or. Dhont Holland Arlene Mckay Baldur 19. Mrs. Paula Johnson Cypress River 20. Mabel Dowd mrs. Henry Dyck Glenboro 21. Dorothy Nordal Cypress River Trudy Mcjanet Cabery Pat Stephenson Glenboro Jackpot Winner on july 22nd was mrs. Young of Cypress River and on july 29th were mrs. Kirkness of Pratt and Cliff Beaudry of Glenboro. Cypress River District news my. Jeanette Benny mrs. Marjorie Brothers of Calgary was a wednesday Over night visitor with her parents Walter and Bea Carnegie. Marjorie will now make her Home in Toronto Ontario. During the weekend of july 19th, i960. George and Ida Ringrose enjoyed the company of or. And mrs. Joe Doherty of Vancouver with mrs. Ken Calvert of Carberry and or. And mrs. Ken Harkness of Chatham Ontario. Sometime Between saturday night july 19th and sunday . July 20th, someone and or s entered Harold Harp Ellen a South pasture and butchered a Good steer taking Only one Hind Darter. Jim Wood and family of Winnipeg were visitors of a week ago with his parents or. And mrs. Goerge Wood Allen and Fred. Dewarren and Viola Diehl of port Dover Ontario were visitors with her Mother mrs. I Smith and other relatives and friends. Or. True love or. Has returned to Manitoba after spending a few months in California. Jack Che wings after spending five months in the Morden Hospital has been moved to the new Pilot Mound care Home. Last week visitors with George and mrs. Taggart were mrs. Jim Taggart Sheron Shaw and children David and Charlene of Mooso min sask. Jack and Agnes Jones of Melville sask. Were visitors in Cypress River the weekend of july 13th and attended the Ruston re Union. Henry and Judy Jones with Little Evan of Prince Albert were recent visitors with relatives and friends. Visitors for a few Days with Lois Nordman were her sister Audrey and Johnston of Delta . Cypress River Ball players who took part in the All Star tournament at Deloraine on saturday were Rene Aubrey Florent Robi Doux Bill Young and Barry Nordal. Congratulations Are extended to the Campbell family on their Centennial reunion on sunday August 3rd. Bert Eileen and Don Richmond joined Helen and Clair Perkin Jack and Gladys Kennedy at Souris and journeyed West to Revelstoke then to Jasper and returned Home. During the trip they visited most of the towns in which Jack lived and saw Many changes. They All enjoyed a visit with Keith and Janie Patterson and children at Calgary. Or. And mrs. E. Pontifex enjoyed a weeks visit at Killavey with Doris and Hilliard Jones. Visiting with Alf and i plainer for a week were Tracey and Metodie Palmer of Killavey. Ken Joan Keith Jeff an Steven Richmond of Humbolt sask. Are visiting with Henry and Eleanor Richmond. Also sunday visitors were Winnie Jonasson of Arborg and Heather Bromson and family of Selkirk. Congratulation s to Art and Wanda Richmond Nee Sigurdson of Sylvan Lake in the birth of their son on july 27th, 1980. Proud grandparents Are Henry and Eleanor Richmond and Norman and Eila Sigurdson of Baldur. Melanie Brown Len Melanie Brown youngest daughter of Wes and Viola Brown of Stockton graduated from Assiniboine Community College in june 1980 As a licenced practical nurse. Melanie received her education at schools in Stockton and Glenboro and is now employed at the Assiniboine Centre in Brandon. Welcome to the Western Canada baseball teams and fans participating in the championship tourney this weekend in Glenboro. I Glenboro credit Union limited pm. 827-2226 a Glenboro we look after you a Christianson Treherne Ltd John Deere dealer Call Zenith 2-7400 your Quot no charge Quot number for Quick dependable action on parts and service take a Lake Winnipeg fun cruise aboard the is lord Selkirk ii. Weekenders from $155.00 sail fridays. 5 Day cruises from $300.00 sail mondays. Call your travel agent for reservations or Man Tours 204 786-6588 collect 1065 Ellice Avenue Winnipeg r3g 0e1

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