Winnipeg Free Press Newspaper Archives Nov 24 1971, Page 75

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press wednesday Iber 24, 1971 Beauty Queen coming to fort Frances fort Frances out. Special miss Dominion of Canada 1971-72, Lana Drouin Llarch a Blue eyed Brunette from Windsor out., will appear in fort Frances and participate in the annual rotary club sponsored Santa clans Parade on saturday dec. 11, Courtesy of the fort Frances Royal theatre. Parade starting time is 11 . And from All indications this will be the biggest and Best Parade Ever staged in fort Frances. Miss Dominion of Canada will ride in a special boat being prepared for her. Fol lowing the Parade she will make several Public appearances including a cof fee party at 2 . In the ballroom of the Rainy Lake hotel and in the evening at a dinner. Miss Drouillard was Cho sen miss Dominion of Canada by a panel of judges at a Beauty pageant in Nia Gara Falls ont. July 1. She was chosen from among participants from All across Canada and will remain miss Dominion of Canada until june 30, 1972. She represented Canada in the miss universe pageant in Miami Florida miss world pageant Don England the. Queen of the Pacific pageant in Mel Bourne Australia and miss International p a g e a n t in Tokyo Japan. Numerous Rural communities As Well As organizations from the bordering City of International Falls minn., have indicated they will have entries in the Santa Claus. Parade. Along with All this of course will be the first appearance of Santa Claus in fort Frances. Containerized shipping seen solution for Churchill imports by Bob Lowery Churchill Man. Staff after another record breaking shipping season in 1971 Accord ing to a report issued this week by the Churchill. Port com mis Sion 1972 could again show West Home food store Ltd. 737 Wellington ave., pm. 774-3491 or 774.3492 All Ouk beef Deo Hue ribbon. We aged. Guaranteed tend Freezer specials sides of beef i wrapped in. Long loins of beef 45-55 Ibi. Icon ish of off loin it Bone porterhouse steaks i Una Drouillard Grey cup specials Cornish i weak i. Utility irate a. 59c 35c turkeys c Evicci rated it a Ste Kittes 1o not 2 i 2 for 1.00 pork chops i x. 1 of., 1.00 spareribs Small t misty in baby beef liver Burns Bologna Burns Salami 49c a 49c a 39c a 59c wieners in Ali it of 1 in. Phi to Coil garlic sausage in. 49c up cml Kosher style corned beef chubs by Swift. Tiver t Irrer san at san Widi canned drinks by Pepsi Mountain 74-10 Al. 01. Tint Toronto schools in the. Toronto suburb of Scarborough Are operating a system of courts for violators of safety regulations and teachers a the scheme is y students May be hauled into he courts for such violations is talking during fire Drill playing football on the Boulevard or improper bicycle Riding. The idea is to make students More safety conscious but it also helps them learn about Laws and How they Are applied. Principal David Pierce of Cornell Public school one of the two schools trying the system started the first court last february in conjunction with the safety Bureau of the metropolitan Toronto police department. We Felt by holding actual courts the students would be come acquainted with court procedures and Why Laws Are said or. Pierce. The traffic safety officer of the area acts As prosecuting lawyer the school vice Prin Cipal is magistrate a teacher is defence counsel and the jury is made up of boys and four girls. Regular police summonses Are issued for traffic violations such As Riding two on a bicycle or Riding on the wrong Side of copy of the sum to the offender s Sqq 7t for All our icelandic friends order your re Llusa smoked Iamb now while quantities Are in Good Supply potato chips i. 59e nuts n bolts h Pis 69e Grapefruit Juke Coffee Wierm c son born Oil in. T c Chicken Noodle soup the Road. A Mons goes parents. Penalties for traffic violations Are loss of House league Points for which the various grades compete in academic arts and athletic events daring the year. School summonses Are issued for violations of school rules where the penalty is a warning. All sentences Are decided by the jury although the Magis trate can modify them. I m. Most impressed by the judgment shown by the said Ruth Banks principal of Centennial Road Public school where the safety court program was introduced this term. Marked improvement and ii containerized ship handling of cargoes could be introduced a whole new area of Trade will open the report strikes a note of optimism based in part that while the 3971 season began with very dim prospects with almost no sales announced even As late As the season was highly successful. A recent edition of the Mani Toba co operator. Reports that wheat and Barley sales for ship ment through Churchill Are Al ready coming in. Exporters were reported in october to have booked around tons of Barley to be shipped out of during next year s shipping the co operator said the Canadian wheat Board Selling Price was said to be 73 cents to 75. Cents a while these prices May look on the Low Side the article a James Richardson and sons limited recent newsletter they Are considerably higher than the last sales to be shipped from St. Lawrence ports the newsletter also says that exporters have already booked tons of red Spring wheat at per cent protein at 12 cents under St. Lawrence prices to. Be shipped from Churchill. The co operator concludes with bookings Are believed to be the observation that these Book Ings Are believed to be the ear Liest on record for the port of on the other six Side of the the port commission finds that major importers in the Prairie provinces As Well As Northwest territories and the Yukon All indicated they to do much More importing of goods through Churchill if cargoes can be shipped in containers. One importer who makes fre quent use of the port wrote the commission we can Only state that until your port establishes facilities to handle containers we can see Little possibility of our company increasing our traffic through the reasons Given were that Container rates through East e r n ports Are substantially cheaper than for general cargo than through Churchill. We experience no transit Short Ages in containers and break Ages Are virtually non exis we the importer writes claim procedures with customs and the carriers Are particularly frustrating and time consuming in the Case of import ship ments and often take 12 to 18 months to Settle. You will appreciate this is another reason Why. We Are so anxious to utilize containers for the bulk of our traffic and thus eliminate these claims on import the commission estimates that the first shipping com Pany to use containers for importing through Churchill will open up a whole new area of Trade via the Hudson Bay route for Western Consumers. Be shipped into Churchill in 1931. The r. S. Dalgliesh company Newcastle on Tyne England was the Only firm to carry import cargoes to Chur chill this last season. Their motor Vessell t w o r t h brought two shipments of mixed items weighing 935 Long tons and tons. The assorted goods included automobiles conveyor belts Telephone equip ment tractors electrical trans formers tractor parts and sodium nitrate As Well As whisky. The destination of these items included Lynn Lake Thompson Winnipeg Sas Katoon Edmonton and Langley . And Oshawa and Oakville in Ontario. T h e record breaking Grain shipment in 1971 was tons in 88 Days. This was achieved despite an almost daily shortage of railway Box cars and a very slow at Start to the the commission reports concludes we Are told that in Many parts of the world there is an oversupply of Container parts. That is certainly not the Case Here. There is not a single Container port for More than a thousand Miles to the East and not a single Container port for Miles to the North and West. Nor is there a single con Tainer port in the entire Hudson hallmark started in 1300 London in 1300 King Edward i approved a statute that required the Hall marking of Silver As a guarantee of Quality. 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