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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press monday november 9, 1970 15 woop5tock is the Bird Knock wont find his can South. Of jell i com t re have a thins Cuseto for one thins he hates to it at a place a v where Voi have to at a cower. He s not Epperson to travel with . Vum Broo Hilda i have Elf Cut vear5 and perfecting the Bowie knife finest instrument of a kind for its purpose Smidgen i 50me6uyinanalley50ldlt i to me for Only j he said to 6 original highly respected artist i Hai Forvour information Dom 60jlashi6astew so what do x Ore if he drinks Archie actually Veronica i can do i anything your father can Sivc take a i few million his doctor just told him he doing should f now j take a Long walk the. Country rip Kirby Asp this Gong to Auke sure i keep it Fonow us if you want to see her Jameison Vou re As cd Elf As your Ereat a Rappa i Wom t let vow Blondie building Ano loan i a do you play that Post off Tab Anothy paths puke Beetle Bailey new works highways Complex for Brandon a new million Public completed for the Complex and works and highways depart ment Complex will be started Brandon Early 1971, Industry and Commerce minister Len Evans la for Brandon East has announced. A government press release says the three building Complex will be located a 21-acre site about one Quarter mile North of the Brandon Hospital for men Tal diseases the East Side of provincial trunk Highway 1a, the largest of three buildings will be the mechanical division shops. Slightly More than Hab the Structure will be used for a two Storey maintenance shop. The balance of the ground floor will be used for maintenance services while the second floor will be used for the District Engineer s offices locker room washroom and a lunch room. The building will be framed with structural steel and have a face Brick and Concrete exterior with a Large portion of one Wall built of Glass Brick. Or. Evans said the building will be identical to one recently started for the department Dauphin except for the shop area which will be about Square feet larger. He said the use of the same design for the two locations Means a saving of about architects fees design and also Means a Start can be made about six months sooner that would have been the Case Hail View Blue prints been required. Two other buildings the Brandon site will be identical to those at Dauphin. The Highway maintenance building will be a single Storey Brick and Concrete Structure containing space for vehicles workshops storage areas and offices. The vehicle storage building will be a one Storey Brick and Concrete Struc Ture with five storage Bays. Plans Are currently being it is expected tenders will be called about a month. It is scheduled for completion the Early fall of 1971. The Complex will replace facilities the old Street railway shops and adjacent second world War hangar located at first Street and College ave nue. The Street railway shops building will be used by the Manitoba Public insurance corporation for appraising dam aged autos. Adjusters and appraisers will be housed exis Ting offices the second floor. Second floor space will also be used for the Driver testing facilities of the motor vehicles Branch Brandon. The hangar will be torn Down when it is vacated. Fire guts the Pas school the Pas Man. Staff the Mary Duncan Junior High school was completely Gutter Here sunday by a fire which broke out at 3 . Loss is estimated at from to All of the town s firefighting forces battled the Blaze and finally brought it under control at . By this time How Ever Only the front and rear Walls were left standing. Provincial fire commissioner arrived the Pas from Winnipeg sunday and Are still investigating the cause. School Board chairman Jack Johnson said 10 classrooms vere lost the school building Jenkins named Gimli chamber president enlarging Grunthal collegiate Grunthal Man. Special construction of a addition to Grunthal collegiate began recently with expected completion Date set for next Spring. Fonger construction co. Ltd. Of Winnipeg is charge of building the addition. Official Sod turning ceremonies took place nov. 3. The added area will include 10 regular classrooms one kindergarten room one classroom for special education a Materi als resource Centre and a Square foot gymnasium. There will also be a larger staff room a new principal s office teacher preparation and seminar room plus storage and dressing rooms adjoining the gymnasium. The existing building will future accommodate the Junior High Section and the new part will be occupied by the Kinder Garten through Grade 6 classes. The new addition together with the present school will accommodate students from the Sarto. Lister Spencer. Wool wich and Grunthal areas. What Rupf emed i and Lois j. M beginning to Towk amiss s old Crank now she s comp Lainis because Orno took a few stones from k5r half hitch beef cattle Day nov. 12 at Brandon University of Manitoba Ani Mal scientists and Manitoba i b t e f producers will get a Chance to compare notes at a beef cattle Day set for thurs Day nov. 12, at the agricultural Extension Centre at bran Don. A Manitoba department of agriculture press release says one of the Day s chief organizers. Or. Tom Devlin of the department of animal science explained the pro Gram is planned to cover the most topical subjects beef production right now. We be left plenty of time for discus Sion and Hope to get feedback from the he said. Topics for the Day include the relative feeding value of i Western Grain for ruminants j by or. Marvin scale the of i feet of dietary ergot Rumi-1 a t performance by or. George Phillips and the performance of calves wintered High silage rations by or. Ray Ingalls. Or. Norman Stanger win Dis i Cess preconditioning for beef calves and or. Elwood storm Gam will compare the perform Ance of feeders Ander different f Boosing systems. Others the program not j Roro me of i Loba. Arc Art domes of the j Manitoba department of Agri at Portage la Prairie or. Jack Newt Jujj of the Cana of Lacow fee. Acca. Ami bin Hen the Agra Fevre Gimli Man. Special Gimli chamber of Commerce elected a new slate of officers at its recent meeting with Ted Jenkins becoming president Ray Hobin vice president and Ernest Stefanson treasurer. It was decided that past pres ident r. J. Arnason would remain the steering commit be which is planning to go to Ottawa regarding the closure of Canadian forces base Gimli. Frank Cronshaw will head a committee which will seek a meeting with municipal affairs minister Howard Pawley to ask for provincial support for Access Road to Gimli from Highway 8 along Centre Street. Mrs. Margaret Rankin reported or the committee which had been set up to investigate the possibility of establishing Gimli As the icelandic cultural Centre of North America with a projected five year plan to create a museum and a Viking ship and school for summer courses icelandic. The committee has confirmed s. J. Stefanson As chairman for the museum or Nifich. Myk. Tjan kit As chairman for the Viking ship and mrs. Laura Tergesen As chairman charge of the restoration of the old cemetery. The entire committee will meet again january to Dis cuss further developments. Which was built 3954. How Ever the gymnasium Library Home economics and Industrial arts departments housed a separate building were saved. Or. Johnson said members of the Board and teaching staff were session most of the Day locating alternative classrooms and rescheduling classes. The students Are expected to be Back their classes thursday. The Board faces a difficult situation or. Johnson explained since a number of students the Pas school sys tem Are already shifts. Tenders Are to be opened later this month three additions one to the collegiate and two to Public schools. The fire or. Johnson said created a serious Handicap for the students who lost All their notes. He said however that textbooks would reach the Pas by monday night. Evergreen so recount set Gimli Man. Special he Only electoral contest the 3 t i r c Gimli Riverton Arborg Rea this fall a two Way contest or school trustee Evergreen school division Ward 2, Rural Arborg resulted a 150-150 tie Between incumbent Alfred Thompson and John Palamar Chuk. The tie Calls for a judicial recount of ballots Date for which has not yet been set. 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