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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 8, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba Wiki Jeff fret c rabies reported spreading rapidly in Northern areas by Doug Speirs Jessie and daughter inlaw Vivian Long claws Survey ruins of the Reserve chief suspects dissidents in fire arson probed in Long Plain elementary school Blaze by Don Retson the chief of the Long Plain Indian Reserve says he suspects a dissident band faction is behind a fire that destroyed the reserves elementary school a Portage la Prairie ramp spokesman said arson is suspected in the weekend which caused an estimated chief Stan Myerion said the fire follows incidents in which band Council members have been physically attacked by members of the dissident 1 know these people who Are fighting us and i am aware of their Myerion from the threats Ive received via the in already a dead the chief said some people have become frustrated by a Lack of sup port for an occupation of the band councils office since Myerion said he Doest know Why anyone would Torch the its the whole Community he its the kids who James spokesman the faction that has protested the band councils handling of Reserve laughed when told of Myerion he said one of three teenagers questioned by ramp in the fire is the son of a band they the ramp wont do any thing now because one of the councillors kids is leeches the councillor named by leeches acknowledged his son had been questioned and released by Gillam businessmen still battling to recover in unpaid Bills by Cecil Rosner businessmen in Gillam who were left holding unpaid Bills six months ago when a Limestone related sub contractor left town say there still battling to recover their about a dozen liens totalling 000 have been filed since Camp Bell construction abruptly pulled out of a Manitoba Hydro housing project without settling its a its so Damn unfair this is very hard on our said Weldon a Concrete supplier who claims Campbell owes his Gillam firm Jordan said none of the businesses that filed liens on the project have yet recovered a All had been guaranteed payment by the contractor before problems he More than of the liens Are owed to Small Gillam businesses and Jordan that a lot of Money for a town like he Campbell construction worked As a subcontractor for de Penner construction which built 22 duplex housing units for Manitoba Hydro Limestone workers when Campbell abruptly pulled out of Gillam an left unpaid Penner took Over the Hydro first said the problem was a private dispute Between Penner and a but it eventually joined All the parties in an Effort to resolve the matter in a judge last month ordered that be paid into a Courtad ministered Trust fund for disburse ment to the Jordan said this represented a portion of the Money Hydro was holding Back from the Penner but de Penner says the amount available to creditors wont be known until the final Cost of the project is and that wont happen for another two every lie Holder will have to prove his he there Are some liens that Are grossly some Are completely Penner estimated the finals Toni available Tolie holders will be about a far cry from the total amount of said he has also suffered As a result of Campbells but he could not put a figure on his Campbell construction is believed to be last year the province ordered the firm to pay Back wages to 60 employees who were receiving about 30percent less than the Northern construction minimum about 150 kindergarten Grade nine students attended Kis Keme qua described As a Cluster of attached wooden Joe said the fire was first noticed by a local resident about sunday and was out of control by the time firefighters arrived 30 minutes denied the chiefs claim that his group lacks Community he said Mem Bers will continue their Satin until the band Council resigns or new elections Are held in the about 30 Kilometres Southwest of Portage la has a population of about leeches claimed councillors receive annual salaries of and the chief All from a fund intended to improve conditions on the Myerion conceded he earns a year for the full time but said his predecessor earned he said his administration has cleared by a Winnipeg Consul Tant who Analysed band audits for the last several Myerion said he will meet today to ask that trailers be provided for use As makeshift the chief said he also that the7 department the construction Date of a new which had been slated to begin next weather deaths classified death prop Tolion h High l Low to cold fro flt worm front Winnipeg area forecast sunny with afternoon Cloudy periods Light North Westerly High 8 to Clear tonight with occasional Cloudy winds Low near sunny tomorrow with afternoon Light South High probability of precipitation is near 20 per cent today and tomorrow and 10 per cent extended Outlook Southern Manitoba mainly sunny showers mainly sunny temperatures above Normal High is Normal Low is Northern Manitoba showers or flurries thursday and mainly sunny temperatures above Normal High is Normal Low is Northwestern mainly sunny thursday and showers temperatures above Normal High is Normal Low is National Victoria 17 a Vancouver 17 8 Yellowknife 11 12 Edmonton 17 5 Calgary 18 2 Saskatoon 14 i Regina m win Wilps 3 bran Efen 12 2 Dauphin 12 2 Thompson 7 5 Churchill 1 12 Kenora 12 0 Thunder Bay 12 2 Toronto 16 5 Ottawa 10 s Montreal 8 7 Halifax 2 1 april 7 last year Normal on record in 1900 Lowe so m record in 1936 precipitation total april 1 to april 7 Millimetres Normal yesterday International 26 6 16 s new 19 9 13 2 10 4 27 13 5 5 i 15 10 6 2 7 4 6 3 7 3 22 6 4 1 Tel 24 14 13 6 resort spots los Clouds in 12 Las Clouds 22 11 25 17 Windy 27 23 Clear 28 16 Clear 27 16 21 17 fair 27 to fair 32 22 fair 30 20 fair 26 20 of husband of Mary Iva widow of Alexander Honore husband of Eva James Felming widower of Thelma Rosilla of of widow of Nicholas of British wife of hilding Jessie widow of Merritt Mary widow of Gibson George formerly of Hus band of eve Mcnaught of of Smiths wife of David wife of Charles Donald of husband of Alice Ann of husband of Gladys Lilly widow of Einar of widow of Carl Alfred Fred Joseph of formerly of of Richmond wife of Edward Frank of widower of Dora Mary of wife of William Willa of widow of Ernest of formerly of husband of Margaret of wife of Earl Gordon of of husband of Olive James widow of Al Helen of wife of Roy of widow of James edger Margaret widow of William Helen of wife of Gordon of wife of Harold Laura of husband of bar Nice is rampaging through wild animal populations in Northern provincial and Federal vials a provincial medical health Cef said the outbreak Doest pose a serious threat to residents of North pm but a Churchill Man said he and two companions were Lucky to Capie unscathed after being attacked by a Rabid Fox i think we were Lucky things happened the Way they said Mike who runs a tour company in the Northern heard noises Macri said the incident occurred about 130 Kilometres West of Chur chill As the three men were Clearing a Trail to a nearby 1 heard some noises outside the but t figured it was a Squirrel or a he i its just an and As soon As i said he the Rabid Fox walked in the it looked pretty gruesome for a White Ive never seen anything like it i had a big knife and i sat up and flashed it in his face a few times and he ran out the Flap of the Macri said one of his Ernie then dashed out of the tent and grabbed a but had trouble loading the he Welburn was trying to keep the Fox away and get the gun loaded at the same he i was getting up to go out and see what was going on and the Fox ran Back in the tent and that when i hit him with a big army i hit him hard enough to move him a Little life and but he didst he just at tacked the tent he was flapping around the end of that and that when Ernie shot noting he has been immunized against Macri it have been serious for me if i was but for the other Guys it life and Churchill conservation officer Don Jacobs said the disease has been confirmed in foxes and wolves throughout the Widie scattered throughout Northern Manitoba and the Northwest foxes especially have a lot of and a few wolves have been confirmed to have it Hast been like this for Many years not this theres been the Odd ease of but nothing like Rabid foxes have been found in and around Churchill and As far South As near the Limestone Hydro a Rabid Wolf was found at York its a Large Jacobs f think it the disease pretty Well has to play its theres not much we can do about it other than make sure All the dogs and cats Are Bill Federal District vet Eri riparian in said rabies has become epidemic in foxes in the its just Lucky its in an isolated Richards those foxes in a populated area would be cause for he said it is fortunate that in Southern Manitoba rabies is fined mainly to which Are smaller and less takes years he said it is possible the Northern outbreak could spread to but it would take a couple of years if it does Winnipeg had its first confirmed Case of rabies in about five years when the disease was found in a City cat in Val Federal regional veterinarian for animal said Manitoba has 18 confirmed cases of rabies this including our foxes and two wolves in the he said clinics were held at Chur chill and Gillam earlier this year to immunize dogs and cats against a thus protecting their a provincial medical health said the rabies outbreak does not pose a serious health threat to residents in Northern its not a danger to the he its Only a danger to the people who have to handle the wild animals and Many trappers recognize this and get pre exposure who said it is unlikely the outbreak will travel to noted 47 cases of diseased Ani skunks re ported in the province last Puppy died Ken a Public health nurse in said Only two Churchill residents have had to receive anti rabies shots after being exposed to the an animal control offi cer and his wife received the rabies vaccine in january after one of their puppies died of the disease after bitten by a Churchill mayor Mark Ingerbrigh son said residents Are exercising caution because of the but no one is Chuck steaks prices effective 12 store hours to t we Reserve the right to limit quantities we Reserve the right to limit quantities liquid detergent sunlight 1 litre 2 litre ii 74 dairies products 2 Lithe m gel 2 litre a thank you for shopping at can cantors will refund you on every 2 litre of milk or on 1 litre on your grocery milk Peanut butter chef master 50o smooth or Crunchy popping Corn eve fresh 9o7 Gram crackers Chris ties 200 Grams old fashioned Coffee 369 Grams Maxwell House Gold or Sanka dark roast 99 69 a11a2 beef Side of beef pm Cut i iii1 Hind of beef Cut 4 due to boning and trimming the Price per Pound will sirloin tip roast and baroque round or Rump sour Cream 51 10 Beatrice 600 butter Canada 2 limit 1 with to 00 order or bread Mcgavin 675 Grams White or Kcf Tomato juice Libby 284 my or 1111 a Case of i Ivy so 98 Ketchup Heinz 1 litre squeeze mushroom soup Heinz 284 dishwasher detergent n co All cocktail shrimps 51 fit Riviera 113 Llew peaches ii 19 Riviera 786 111 v sardines supremo 100 Amft off Sis Swiss slices 170 Grams Brick slices 230 Grams Philadelphia Cream 2so Grams pineapple 99 Mclntosh apples 2lbs99 Cantaloupe 10 Large size ill 9 strawberries grown Marlinka grapes Imp Navel oranges size lbs grown i co 99 i red Ripe tomatoes Florida f head lettuce grown v9 new carrots co 2 bag 1 fresh spinach Fifita the Cross rib roast Chuck Steak round Steak s full pickled brisket is i corned beef 111 minute Steak so cd Cut from flank Lilvy lean beef is fresh Canadian Lamb and veal country style ribs pork butt Steak pork loin roast pork Hocks pork loins Cut fool chef Chicken liver Frozen w 1 Monami litre cooking Oil Crisco 1 litre 5u9 fish n chips 991 seab feb 360 Orange juice 30uthehs a rave 341 f f strawberries or raspberries m 29 Suceso Westvale 425 i Ift Chicken wings 10 him us site smokes our iffy

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