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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Winnipeg, ManitobaThe Winnipeg Tribune sat june 13, 1964 want ads Are everybody a business. Sell a a done to wants for Cash thru an inexpensive arid widely read Tribune want and. Power steering and Power brakes available if desired Canadas lowest rates it cat 2-3366 around the town much activity at the zoo people in the news begin to extend Grant ave. There a a lot of activity at the zoo in Assiniboine Park. Here a a fast rundown sold a eight Black bears one Guanaco five Black Deer seven Whitetail Deer two mule Deer three Silver pheasants. Born a twin porcupines and the City a first Emu. Died a a pronghorn Deer a Blue eared pheasant a spotted Hyena. Donated a a whistling Swan. Exchanged a a siberian Tiger a Bison two wallabies one Wallaroo shipped away a Bald Eagle a Golden Eagle two egyptian geese two Brown eared pheasant received. Purchased a a Reindeer a russian Antelope. Escaped a a lesser White fronted Goose a Teal a he was returned by St. James police. Back in Winnipeg three Saskatchewan men in 1939 joined the Craf and were Given official numbers in sequence. Now they Are All do you know will repaint your Home inside or out for As Little As $10.00 per month name your own payment terms Buhle painting and a decorating co. Ltd. A 791 Dawson Road phone 233-4769 a a a a a a a a a 4% interest computed quarterly free chequing privileges of a a a of a Trust company 282 Portage ave. 942-6497 7-Day cruises on the great lakes a see your tra Vel agent or Call sail americans great Inland seas Tor Over 2200 marvelous Miles. Each mile it different. Each is Scenic Beauty rest relaxation shipboard fun. Visit exciting ports. Enjoy Tine food. Come along for the vacation of your lift i 7 Days Only $189 50 includes meals berth in outside Cebon entertainment. No tax. Auk about Surria St. Law Renee spa pay rui.,. In september \ it to. Georgian Bay line 111 Union depot a Duluth 2, Minn. Telephone 727-1844 for great lakes cruises and reservations Mackie travel service 285 Garry Street Winnipeg 1 phone 942-3423 Quot More than 25 years travel experience in Winnipeg Quot in Winnipeg still with the Craf with a total of 75 years service Between them. Uliey Are 4220 so. Fred Thompson 4221 so. Bill Fader and 4222 . Jack Glessing. A11 Are employed at training command Headquarters. Varied pursuits or. Jorge a. De la Fuente Hose Home is in Monterrey Mexico arrived in Winnipeg in january to further his studies in plastic surgery at St. Boniface Hospital. He a leaving shortly to go to London a Queen Victoria Hospital but he has become Well a n o n Here because of his Side Pur suits showing films about Mexico and South America his Oil paintings and acting As a correspondent for a mexican paper. He says his paper has been interested in stories a about your Flag battered babies and safety on the Highway and in the artist returns Winnipeg artist l. Scott Brewster has returned Home after his fifth successive Spring in Paris. And this time he has a bit More Spring in his step because he showed his work to Paris for the first time. He hired a gallery for the show but has had no word yet on whether hell sell any of his Art. New info officer David Butler of Halifax has been named information officer for the Prairie Region of Central mortgage and housing corporation. He succeeds c. G. Leclerc who will take Over As chief information officer at chm cd a head office in Ottawa. Concert children from Winnipeg a ukrainian Catholic schools this sunday will present a school leaving concert dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of the poet Taras Shevchenko. It will Start at 3 . At Rainbow stage in Kildonan Park. Comedian Max Tailleur one of the Netherlands most popular comedians will give a one night performance in Winnipeg tuesday at 8 . In the auditorium of United College 385 Spence St., under the auspices of the Netherlands Canada cultural Council. He has been appearing in various cities in Canada and the . This is his first visit to Winnipeg. Meetings five Manitoban attended the second Commonwealth motoring conference in Ottawa this week. They were c. G. Carter president of the Canadian automobile association and Manitoba motor league president d. K. Friesen Secretary treasurer a. C. Emmett vice president r. R. Goodwin and director f. B. Furgeson. Annual meeting of the fort Garry Community club Oak Enwald ave. And woo Grove St., will be held in the clubroom wednesday at 8 . Two admirals two Winnipeg men have been made admirals in the Nebraska Navy. They were president Leslie g. Russell of the Winnipeg kiwanis club and president Edward h. Crawford of the St. James club. The Honor was conferred on them by visiting i anians from Lincoln neb. A a it a just the same As our Manitoba order of the Buffalo a or. Russell told t h e visitors. A your Buffalo has gone West and your Navy or. A. Is landlocked a supplied Edward Ruchele. Picnic its picnic time this sunday for members of the ukrainian Canadian veterans Branch 141 of the legion at Chesley Camp near Petersfield. Also attending will be 80 school patrol members from five North Winnipeg schools and members of Branch 141 air cadets and teen age club. Graduates Jim Harrison son of or. And mrs. M. Harrison of 568 Yale w., Transcona has graduated from the u of North Dakota with a . Degree in physical education. He will work in Winnipeg. Two Winni Eggers have graduated from Simmons College Boston school of social work mrs. Paul Switzer the former Gail g. Weidman daughter of or. And mrs. Edward l. Weidman of 59 Smithfield ave., and Judith m. Wolch daughter of or. And mrs. Isa Dore Wolch 101-33 Kennedy new president Jack Rhoades has taken Over As president of the Winnipeg aerie of the fraternal order of eagles. He was installed by Thomas Blaine representing the grand aerie. Ontario govt plans hit Snag fort William up the Ontario department of tourism and publicity has encountered difficulty in establishment of a tourist information Centre at the new United states Border crossing at Pigeon River 25 Miles South of Here. Donald Richmond acting director of the departments information Branch said in a Telephone interview the department has been forced to seek temporary quarters for the information Centre some distance from the crossing. He said this became necessary because the owner lawyer Lloyd k. Johnson of Duluth Minn., has turned Down a government Money offer in expropriation proceedings for the land required. Seven weeks after the Start of his $20,000,000 mail fraud and conspiracy trial James r. Hoffa still has a Long Way to go before a jury retires to decide his Fate. Since april 27, the president of the teamsters Union has sat impassively in court while government prosecutors produced documents and testimony they Hope will result in his conviction. The government charges Hoffa and seven other co defendants concocted a complicated scheme to loot the teamsters pension fund and extricate Hoffa from a bankrupt Florida Homes development in which he was financially involved. Lynn Seymour 24-year-old Vancouver Ballerina will substitute for Dame Margot Fonteyn in the Royal ballets performance of la sylphide at the Bath festival tonight. Miss Seymour who has won wide critical acclaim in recent months will dance opposite russian Rudolf Nureyev. Dame Margot has flown to Panama to be with her husband wounded in a shooting incident there earlier this week. West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard has been awarded an honorary doctorate of Laws degree by Harvard University with a citation describing him As a a dynamic Leader of a resurgent nation. Seeking in political and economic strength support for International Well being and world Erhard came to Boston from Ottawa where he had spent two Days in talks with Canadian government officials. Hal c. Banks deposed president of the seafarers International Union of Canada will ask the supreme court of Canada monday for leave to Appeal a contempt of court conviction for which he received a 30-Day jail sentence. Banks was convicted of contempt of court for violation of a court injunction prohibiting picketing. The injunction was obtained by upper lakes shipping company in 1962 after it a Campaign of harassment directed against the carriers vessels in St. Lawrence River ports. A roman Catholic priest has announced he had written Pope Paul i requesting the removal of James Francis Cardinal Mcintyre archbishop of los Angeles for a inexcusable abuses a of the churches doctrines on racial Equality. The priest the Rev. William h. Dubay 29 years old administrator assistant at the St. Albert the great Church in suburban Compton said in los Angeles he was prepared to lose his Post but said that his a a insult to the Cardinal was less than a the insult and injury suffered by the several Hundred thousand los Angeles negroes at the hands of White catholics whom the local Church refuses to instruct in their specific moral work will Start wednesday on the Extension of Grant ave., in South Winnipeg. The Road presently ends at Kenaston blvd. And Many residents in the area have wondered if the divided Highway would Ever go anywhere. This year s project will carry Grant ave. To Shaftesbury blvd., which runs parallel to the Tuxedo Golf course. Later the route will be extended to Charleswood connecting with Hedley ave and Roblin blvd. Longshoremen strike Liverpool England Reuters a an unofficial strike by longshoremen demanding the re assessment of their rate of pay for unloading a russian ship spread to 7,000 men Here Friday. Work was halted on 64 ships. Fat loses Appeal Albany . A the new York state court of appeals Nas rejected an Appeal by the free thinkers of America who sought to strike the words a under god from the pledge of allegiance to the . Flag. The court found there was no violation of constitutional rights by adding the pledge in 1954. 2v. Aco and associates dentists a located Over a metropolitan store phone Whitehall 2-8531 Corner Portage amp Carlton open All Day wednesday hours 9 . To 6 . Daily closed saturdays during Une july and August Vivivian Hurt m jmj m instant Relief co is bunions nails Etc chiropodist or. Pollock foot specialist Graham bids Opp. Medical arts Whitehall 2-8866 Chiropody a for a musical treat attend the band concerts Assiniboine Park june concerts Are As follows june 14th 2.30 . A the Winnipeg concert band. Bandmaster a capt. A. H. Yetman. June 21st 7.30 . A Jimmie King and his big band sound. Emcee a Chuck Skelding with guest artists Wally keep and the Chad Allen croup. Sponsored by the Winnipeg musicians association. June 28th 2.30 . A the Winnipeg concert band. Bandmaster a capt. A. H Yetman. Presented for your listening pleasure by the Parks and Protection division metropolitan corporation of creater Winnipeg purpose of the Extension is to provide a second major East West thoroughfare for Charles Wood and Tuxedo residents. Cost of construction will be $169.000 for one 24-foot Concrete Lane. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a fire extinguishers a Hose sirens Bells �T�chapc0 fire fighting a 46 Archibald St cd 7-2619 4 Mitchell-c0pp eyes examined classes fitted Harold m. Black optometrist phone Whitehall 2-5108 open daily 9 . To 5.30 . Investors now your Money can earn. Without speculation for further information regarding a secure 7% investment which will pay you a monthly income write or phone Winnipeg mortgage Exchange Ltd. 233 Portage ave. Winnipeg 2 phone 943-1523 serving Manitoba s investors since 1950 the grand staircase for families on the Way up dramatic in concept and striking in its execution this elegant split level imaginatively incorporates a Host of fascinating new architectural ideas entertainment ideas decorative ideas. All Here for your inspection. A 3,000 Square feet of luxury living a 5 Large bedrooms a 3 bathrooms a banquet size dining room a entertainment size living room a spacious Walnut panelled family room a rubble Stone open fireplace a fully equipped Kitchen a 2 car garage come out and see it sunday 2 to 5 . Or phone for appointment 309 Bower blvd. Tuxedo Only $48,900 Selling incomparable value and extraordinary design . Blankstein amp co. Construction Ltd. He 9-2718 he 9-1505braemar announces3 big Quot firsts in Winnipeg Homes one 1st builder to open new 1964 display Homes in Lovely Crestview Park North two 1st builder to introduce a $500.00 summer building Bonus three 1st builder to introduce a fully air conditioned display Home see Braemar s 9 Lovely new House plans Braemar s Quot showcase of special features Quot the wide Choice of Beautiful new exterior designs the finest in 2, 3 or 4 bedroom plans a a Don t wait for Winter do it now Quot Winter works programmes result in too Many Homes being built when building is most expensive labour and material Are scarce. Learn How you can have your Home built and save $500.00 see the fabulous fur Nasman Mark in featuring a full summer air Cooling a year round humidity control a year round electric air cleaning fee a year round continuous air circulation feel the year round Comfort come out to Cavalier drive and Gerrond Bay in Beautiful new Crestview Park North turn North off Portage ave. On Cavalier just past the Kirkfield hotel open daily from 1 . To 9 . Be 2-4104 or be 2-4876listf n to Quot Job Quot on sundays 1 30 to 5 . And hear Gary Robertson broadcast from our display Home

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