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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 17, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinning Frie press tuesday november 17, 1970 natural shelter from bomb fallout natural shelter areas Avail Able in most buildings durin nuclear fallout have mostly obviated the need for Fallou shelters Jack l. Pearce Assis Tant controller for metro s emergency measures Organiza Tion said monday. Speaking to an audience of 31 at a luncheon of the fort Garry Kotary club in the Pembina hotel or. Pearce said that the Federal department of Public works has had Large buildings in Canadian cities checked out for nuclear Protection. The finding has been that most of the buildings checked contained sufficient shelter space thus reducing the need for a special nuclear fallout shelter area thought so Neces sary a few years ago. Underground parking Avail Able in Many apart ment blocks is an example of the existence of ample fallout shelter space or. Pearce said. In the Home the basement is a Good natural fallout shelter he said provided windows in the House have been boarded and packed and household furniture has been packed Over the basement area being used As a shelter. This would give a Protection rating of about 40, or. Pearce said. That is a person in such a basement would get Only about of the radiation level outside. For example if the radiation level outside is 100 Rontges the person in the basement would be exposed to Only 2.5 Rontges quite an acceptable level or. Pearce said. Emo is a form of insurance he said adding that we Are hoping we will never have to pay out on the pre the organization deals with natural Man made and nuclear disasters he said with the nuclear variety being the least probable of occurrence. Manitoba has been divided nto North West and East zones in the provincial Emo office. The Federal office gives direction for All of Canada while emergency measures Are co or donated at the local level he Aid. Metro s Emo formed 10 ears ago comes under the Retro department of Parks and Protection. Information from the top two inquiring Winnipeg big school students had their firs dealings with information Canada s new inquiries Centre Mon Day. But their questions weren answered through the usual bureaucratic channels. The. Spoke directly with prime min ister Trudeau and Robert Stan Bury Federal minister responsible for information Canada. The Winnipeg students Aske their questions through a Tele phone Hook up Between Ottawa Montreal and Par of the opening ceremonies of the inquiries Centre. Bruce Thomson 14, a Gradi nine student at Elmwood High City opposes rail service curtailment Winnipeg City Council went on record monday As opposing any curtailment of railway Passen Ger service to Winnipeg particularly by any Railroad receiving tax benefits or tax concessions from the City. City Council decided to de Clare its stand on the matter since the railway transport com Mittee of the Canadian trans port commission is currently holding Public hearings into the proposed curtailment of Passen Ger services on the Canadian Pacific railway main line. Magnus Eliason who introduced the motion said it is High time Winnipeg As Long As it is going to make tax concessions to up rail insist that the railway live up to its Long term agreements to pro vide adequate rail service in definitely. 1971 music festival deadline saturday the deadline for entries for the 1971 music festival is Satur Day. Entries will be accepted at he offices of the men s music club 116 Edmonton Street from . To . Weekdays and from 9 . To 5 . Saturday. To speak on Birds Larry Ganz will speak on Winter Birds and Bird houses at the meeting of the Charleswood horticultural society at 8 . Wednesday in the Library room of Dieppe school. 530 Dieppe Road. Charleswood. , asked or. Trudeau what benefits Are being derived through Canada s opening Diplo Matic relations with red China. His answer Bruce said was that the move was helping to bring about world peace. He was also told that Canada could t alienate such a Large part of the world s population. Bruce also asked about the possibility of student exchanges Between Canada and red China. The prime minister told him that right now there Are Politi Cal differences that have to be solved but in the future there is no reason Why such exchanges could t be arranged Bruce said. Paulette Champagne 14, a Grade 10 student at Elmwood High school is bilingual and hoped to ask her question of or. Trudeau in French. However she spoke to or. Stanbury who had to ask her to repeat the question in English. She inquired about How the Federal government could in crease bilingualism in Manitoba schools. The minister told her that while he thought it would be a Good idea there was Noth i n g the Federal government could do about it Paulette said. Two other Elmwood students Brent Kurz and Karen Mous seau were prevented asking questions they had prepared because of Lack of time. Winnipeg s end of the Cere monies were held at the former Queen s Printer Book shop 499 Portage Avenue which is now he Winnipeg Branch of infer nation Canada. The inquiries Centre is expected to be in opera Tom Early next year when an information officer will be available to pass out inform Ion on government activities to he Public. It. Garry girls leave Home three girls have been miss no from their Homes but fort Garry police say there is no aus for alarm. The girls Bonita Hicks 12, of 0 Acadia Bay Janet Sewell 3, of 117 Linacre Road and Ghislaine Lavallee 12, of 704 Asadena Avenue All of fort Garry have been missing since . Monday. Police said the girls be in the fort Garry area. They May ave left because of a spat at ome. Fish cookery area renewal meet ladies auxiliary of John Xiii roman Catholic Parish will meet at 8 . Tuesday in i the Assai Iboina Christian Centre. Portage Avenue and Rouge the steering committee of j r o a d St James Assiniboia. Urben renewal area 2 will hold j Gwen Leslie consumer Consul Tant with the Federal fisheries department will demonstrate fish cookery at 9 . A general meeting at . J wednesday at 442 William ave nue to discuss renewal plans. Stolen Cheque sends Man 24, to jail Garthw William Nowroski 24, who had Jost been released from a half Way House after serving one sentence was sent Back to jail monday to serve a six month sentence for trying to cast a stolen Timpe. No Warda Tufa be drink no m a tavern was offered the Drawee to april fee sports from a Twat Tom Mew Ray soft Nurss non the Fanon Friend offered what appeared to a Good it Fife a Ami St the White purchasing a Rifle i it had t been a Good Deal for j the store two Days Prev sly j either when another of a raining company s Stofega Cuce 1 ques had been presented j the appointed Legal counsel for Nowrosji explained fee was cad bees presented drags after iks release from of of crts i Way Faree and 8ns. M to Beer cad fed to she Afier a Day s Nowr Osla was Bacic m Ami a. J. Ski tent a she Ifer so c vented styling with lace and Bow detail wit knit lining Beautiful ideas in hand fashions from Europe. Gloves in Fine supple leathers warm Wool and acrylic linings Fine debate tailoring hand stitching and three Beautiful Basic colours. Black Brown or Mink in 6% to 8. Beautiful at a Beautiful Price Justin time for the Christmas season. 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