Winnipeg Free Press Newspaper Archives Oct 17 1970, Page 155

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press saturday october 17, 1970 11 farms honoured the Manitoba Centennial Cor j portion this week honoured 128 i of the oldest farms in the Ince. J a government press release says runners up in the Mani i Toba Centennial farms Competition the farms honoured in the j Centennial concert Hall were i those settled on before and j until today by members i of the same family. On hand to congratulate the farm winners thursday and to present them with a framed certificate was lieutenant governor w. J. Mckeag. Guest speaker was Dean l. It Shebeski faculty of agriculture University of Manitoba. The Competition sponsored by Shell Canada limited and j the corporation was run Early in Centennial year and attracted a total of entries. Rules stated that the farm must be More than 50 acres operated As j. A commercial farm and owned by the same family Over the period since it was first settled. The James Hourie farm East of Portage la Prairie was selected in june As the farm of the Century and a Cairn was unveiled by premiered Schreyer on the location at lot 70, Parish of High Bluff where or. Hourie s Grandfather. Philip certificate was lieutenant Hourie took up land in 1859. 13 bogus dial i at Portage give Bills Tulip bulbs to Park uncovered fort Frances out. Spe Cial a total of .13 ten Dollar bogus Bills have been passed onto unsuspecting merchants in fort Frances to Date fort Frances police disclosed Fri Day. The first bogus Bill was found in circulation sept. 21. Since that time 12 More have found their Way to the local All Bills have been sent to the crime detection Branch in Ottawa according to chief of police m. Solomon who warned that More bogus Money is expected to be found in circulation and again warned All people handling Money to be on the look out. P 0 it t a e la Prairie Man. Special the dutch people1 of Portage la Prairie have donated a g Ift of 750 Tulip bulbs Tor the City s Parks Board and Park superintendent j. M. Hourie told tie Board this week that the bulbs were already located behind the arme d forces Jet air Craft mounted on the South Shoreline. Or. Hourie and the Board acknowledged Wei he Praise Thuc dents of dutch ancestry their continued interest in Mak dirt too quickly leaving the wading Pool anything but desirable. He said he was on the Lake recently to have a personal look at the effect of the recent Spray ing of the Lake weeds with chemicals. The effect he said was adding that he would support the City coun cil fully in any efforts to expand the spraying next year. Bonus player major leagues in 1958 paid for 21 Bonus players. Shown above is an Aeriel View of Killam in Northern Manitoba showing some of the 42 new Homes built since the Start of construction of the Kettle rapids generating station there. Visible in the background Are some of the 320 Mobile Homes occupied by married men employed on the project. Basement excavations for 14 new Homes Are shown in Centre. Contractor is . Construction of Thompson and completion of the Homes is scheduled for april 1971. The contractor will also erect garages at each of the 42 existing houses now occupied. Five of the present Homes Are owned by the local government District of Killam one by fron tier school division and the remainder by Manitoba Hydro. All Homes Are fully modern and electrically heated. Manitoba pedal pushers club presents Tom Thompson at the Hammond Organ Friday oct. 30 St. Mary s Academy concert Hall Academy re. And Wellington Crescent tickets adults St.00 children under 12 50 c available Only at . Mclean co. Ltd. Edmonton Graham 942.4231 volcanic traces Mexico once had Active vol canoes and . Highways 66 and 380 Cross Large lava flow deposits. Motor hotel for Nutre Dame tonight the comme Cheros leg cramps try Calcium Zurich i for the Relief of. Painful leg cramps try pleasant tasting i Calcium Zurich. Insist on the genuine libel of Zurich. Ballet thrills somites Only for 8 of. And for 16 o z. Available it ill drug and department of Hope in ourselves and others in Christ in the Church today in the future Hope will be experienced at a Parish Mission this week during which there will be a Community Celebration of penance the eucharist Benediction of the blessed sacrament and sermons preached by Rev. E. Macdill Vray . And Rev. R. Macdougal . Sunday monday tuesday and wednesday . St. Vital . Church 1639 Pembina High Way fort carry 19, Man. Everyone Welcome Bubo Blower Thompson Mari. Staff the deafening applause of an once at the Letkeman theatre Here thursday night registered Thompson s agreement with thex critics of the world s cultural Capi tals that there is just Noth ing so irresistible As the precision Pace and vitality of the Royal Winnipeg bal let. The More than 500 Thompson ies who filled every seat and Corner of the Fine new theatre at the r. D. Parker collegiate it was the first time they had witnessed such a spectacle on a local stage. For the cast of 25 it was their first Manitoban Ven Ture North of the 55th Paral Lel. For those sides of the footlights it was a first Nighter Long to be remembered and hopefully often to be repeated. The Ballet s exciting variety and easy flowing Pace exhibited throughout the performance ,.took a Large portion of the Audi ence having their first go at Ballet completely by sur prise. Numerous first and Sec Ond graders who were get Ting one of their few school nights out on the town sat enchanted throughout the presentation but their High Point had to be the final. Number. Variations on strike up the Yei inc delightful dances portraying the piano double Bass Vio Lin woodwinds and Drums had a Charm that went far h n d any. Genfi Raiana. Gaps. Other numbers Maccay i Juba proclaims in week oct. 1s-24 Winnipeg mayor Steve Juba has. Proclaimed next week United nations week. Oct. 24, the 25th anniversary i United nations has been j proclaimed United nations Day. J special ceremonies will be held the Anniversar How to select the bogus Money has been made known by the police through the local press and radio. Wireless useful in War Washington in the first world War wireless telegraphy kept americans in touch with the american expeditionary Force after the enemy Cut the Ocean cables to France. Ing the Park appealing to the visitor. In o l her business Board member Tom Chezney recommended that the flags placed on i Small Trees and shrubbery last year to protect them from snowmobile operators be at cached again this year for pro j Section. J f he also recommended that of travel bargains still Point sleeping Beauty excerpts featuring Alexa Mez Inescu Alexandria n a a a 1, Walter Winthrop Tony Hulbert were All characteristically High calibre performances. Supporting dancers each demonstrated the greats in depth Quality which has undoubtedly raised the Winnipeg Ballet to a position of such world renown. But As Ever with the Winnipeg Ballet the Peak in n Mountain Range of High Points was Christine Hen Nessy and on this occasion it was her role in Rose adagio. Her synthesis of Superb Grace precision and repeatedly spiced with slight unexpected move ments made it a rare experience. At a reception following the performance. Miss Hen Nessy commented Jon uniqueness of the Thompson audience s response. She said it was As fresh and unexpected As the City of Thompson itself. The cast travelled by bus Over Highway 245, from the Pas to Thompson. Musical director Carlos Rausch. A native argentinean said he was amazed to find such a totally modern Community at the end of a Road leading through Many mics of wilderness. A Young dancer. Peter Garrick from South Caro Lina spoke enthusiastically of the unpolluted Countryside. Ballet master Eugene Slavin praised the size i and facilities of the stage. J miss Hon Nussy further j commented on Thompson i becoming a place that not Only responds to such Cul j Tural events but creates j them. She recalled that 33 years ago the Royal Winnipeg Ballet was just an idea in the mind of one woman. Gweneth Lloyd. She agreed that the unpolluted Atmo sphere in this area of Mani Toba should be the Breeding ground for fresh cultural i expressions. Miss Hennessy intimated that later on in her career she Hopes to teach. She j seemed intrigued with the i suggestion that some of her efforts might be directed to Usu Mil v univ five Ufa. The Ballet was performed in the Pas wednesday and in flin flon Friday. Its tour of the North is sponsored by the Manitoba Centennial corporation. In Thompson the is. James anglican Church s women s association made it their prime Centennial project. Dallas the natural flex ability of cattle hides for leather Les is increased by a special treatment. St. Amant society Bingo for retarded children game no. 17 called see monday s paper for winners and new game Empire hotel main York in the brass rail Vic Davis Caliopi the Fence around the. Wading Pool in the playground area be raised to control children enter ing and leaving the Pool., the present he said was not workable because the youngsters track in. Sand and starting monday the comme Cheros fret parking 5 . Main it York Village Fular Larad Balladeer stereo lounge Louncta Sylvia Brit hotels 4 to 8 . 4 unday children i 00 Bev. 2 hot dishes 10 varieties women today involved committed dedicated. Women today that s the name of a special directory of women s organizations which will be published this fall by the Winnipeg free press. The directory will servers a ready reference concerning the. Officers and activities of women s throughout political social Community religious cultural philanthropic educational and homemaking organizations making important contributions to the enrichment of the Community will be included. The form be Lotf today. There is no charge for this service. Please Type or print name of organization of chapter is an organization devoted to City Yipu Rojc of organisation r f. It was founded locally. Year nationally. Year its special or annual activities for the coming year include dates if the organization has. Members who Are led by these officers near record Grain haul i to Churchill Churchill. Man. Special Canadian National railways delivered a near record Tan of Grain to sri the group meets on o r Bofo included yes where no on file daytime Telephone of Nof be use husband s if officers Are married 6r shoe last a try it iras i1.sj3 ear tote of Brit i a port Ali Irful dearer Canadian National this jest s a submit form bang we of. A photo at least 2x3 inches of pm . They be to women today 24 Street a Civ

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