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The Brandon Sun from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada • Page 20

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The Brandon Suni
Location:
Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
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20
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THE BRANDON SUM, Wednesday, August 3, 14 Russia Steps Up War Against Hooliganism i flPH mmw- U.S. Dry Of Oil Soon? tection will be given citizens who act on their own against hooliganism and they will have immunity from prosecution even if "actions involuntarily do harm to the criminal." To encourage the public to join the war on nooligans. a special honor badge and bonuses will be awarded to volunteers who show unusual seal ia the crackdown. Special pro LOS ANGELES CAP) A ge- stuck a figurative dip-1 stick Law lbs United States' oil Lie-dsy and eitimated coi'mry may be dry it! 10 years. "The people of this nation t-in uaJerstaBd.

and be con-1 MOSCOW (AP The Soviet government is stepping up its war against hooligans, the beatniks and ruffians blamed for juvenile delinquency, petty crime and other forms of antisocial behavior. In response to a rising public clamor, the government announced Tuesday the creation of a ministry for fte protection of public order to root out petty crime and disorderly conduct and promote "socialist morality." JKo statistics have been published io indicate the extent of hooliganism, but the press has cernea. mai Ine next ID years, our industry will be required io find in this country aa.ttW.UU0.C00 barrels of oil and 5Piuw.oofl.oon.uoo cubic feet of carried many complaints from citizens about minor violence i and harassment on the streets just to maintain an ads- euate reserve position against, increases Its said ili- the1. Haibouty. in an address to i itvuo of businessmen.

Haibouty is head of a Heus- ton. consulting geologic drilling company and president of s.200-member American Assueiaiion or" Petroleum Geol-1 City of Brandon PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Council of the City of Brandon, intends to pass Bylaw on the day of August, AD, 1966, at a meeting to be convened in the Council Chamber, City Hall, Brandon, at 8:00 o'clock in the evening for the purpose of establishing a public footpath or sidewalk: On all that portion of Lot 6 lying to the North of a line drawn equal distant from and parallel with the Northern boundary of said Lot 6, commencing at a point en the Easterly boundary of said Lot 6, which point is distant 20.32 feet Southerly from the Northwest corner of said Lot 6, to a point on said line Westerly distant 51.68 feet, then at an angle of 15S.42 degrees a straight line drawn to a point en the Southwesterly boundary of said Lot 6, which point is distant 50.23 feet Northwesterly from the Southwest corner of said Lot 6, in Block 15, which is shown on a plan of survey as part of the City of Brandon, registered in the Brandon Land Titles Office as Plan Number 899. On all of that portion in Lot 3 lying South of a straight line drawn from a point on the Westerly boundary of said Lot 3, which point is distant 15.27 feet Southerly from the Northwest corner of said Lot 8, to a point on the Easterly boundary of said Lot 8, which point is distant 7.38 feet Southerly from the Northeast corner of said Lot 8, and lying to the North of a straight line drawn from a point on the Westerly boundary of said Lot 8, which point is distant 34 feet Northerly from the Southwest corner of said Lot to a point on the Easterly boundary of said Lot 8, which point is distant 4 feet Northerly from the Southeast comer of S3td Lot 8, in Block 15, which Lot is shown an a plan of survey as part of the City of Brandon, registered in the Brandon Land Tifies Office as Plan Number 899. All as shown bordered pink on a plan prepared by C. E.

Brock, Manitoba Land Surveyor, and sworn to by him on the 15th day of January, AD, 1966. (Lome at 28th Street West to MeDiarmid Drive) At such meeting prior to the passing of said Bylaw the Council wiit hear any person, either by Counsel, Solicitor or Agent of any person whose lands may be prejudicially affected thereby and who petitions the Council so to be heard. The said Bylaw may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk of the City of Brandon, City Hall, Brandon, at any time during regular office hours, prior to the passing thereof. Dated this 13th day of July, AD, H66. A.

J. M. BELL, City Clerk, and Clerk of the Council of the City of Brandon and li apartment windings. Drunkenness no longer will be regarded as an extenuating circumstance for someone accused of a crime, but will "aggravate the responsibility oi the offender." Parents will be held responsible for minors caught drunk. Poiice are given special powers to deal with hooligans, including summary fines with no recourse to the courts.

Tougher punishments also will be Hospital, one of the 119 Quebec hospitals affected by the strike of non-medical employees. NOT HIS CAREER This Montreal businessman interrupts his vacation to help out at the Royal Victoria He called United States oil reserves of 32.000,000,000 barrels "piddling." In comparison, he said, "in Kuwait, just slightly Isrser than the- State of Rhode Island, there is one field which has more oil reserves than are known to exist in the entire United States." Haibouty suggested one possible solution. In a few years, hu said, it will be economically feasible to recover oil from shale rock. Oil in shale is believed more plentiful than oil from conventional sources. Haibouty said he favors speeding development of the process by government leasing of oil shale land to private companies.

The federal government owns abou! 90 per cent oE oil shale, most of it in Colorado, he said. Was Prisoner Of War DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM? Read ANN LANDERS Leir Now Senior Officer Afloat HALIFAX (CP) An officer Pentiaon. B.C., and began his Commodore Leir previously was commander First Canadian Escort Squadron. and later served in the Korean war aboard the destroyer Atha-baska. He was commanded the destroyer Crusader; the ocean escort Sussexvale; and the destroyer escort Skeena.

naval career as a cadet in 1940. During the Second World War, he was officially listed as dead after being taken prisoner by the Japanese. He survived three years in a prisoner-of-war camp who twice survived the sinking of his ships through the enemy action and was a prisoner of the Japanese for three years last week became senior Canadian Naw officer afloat (Atlantic). Commodore Richard H. Leir assumed his new post aboard Doctor Charged VANCOUVER (CP) A city naturopath was remanded until Aug.

3 when he appeared in magistrate's court here Monday, charged with criminal negligence the RCN's mobile repair vessel in the starvation death of a 22- HMCS Cape Scott, berthed io month-oid boy, Halifax. The vessel will be tie Dr. Everly E. Rogers was commodore's temporary flag-charged after a coroner's jury ship until the return of the air-ruled June 20 that Leonidas De- I craft carrier Bonaveniure, now mosteu, son of Mr. and Mrs.

being refitted. EATON'S Food SPECIALS Prices Effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday Crops Improve REG-DTA CP) Crops in the I to the improvement. The wheat province showed distinct im- pool also said crop damage from provement recently, the Sas- hail and other cases had been katehewan Wheat Pool said light for this time of year. Tuesday in its report for the I However, districts along the week eaded July 29. 1 southern border indicated more The condition figure for wheat i rain would be needed to prevent reached 145, 30 points higher deterioration.

than at the same time last year, Some loses in western areas tmZTm SoTS! -sed and leaf bushels an acre. i asm rust appeared at The report said ideal temper- some points. Light frost near atures and good rainfall, es- North Battleford was feared to pecially in the north, contributed i have caused slight damage- Commodore Leir succeeds Rear Admiral John C. O'Brien, promoted to commodore of he integrated Maritime Command after Sear Admiral William Landymore was dimissed from the post in the dispute over unification of Canada's ared forces. Commodore Leir born at Harry Deraosten of Lad ner, B.C..

died of malnutrition. Dr. Rogers told the court Monday reports of the death had ruined his practice. "What with all the newspaper reports about this case, I cannot afford a lawyer right now," he "I am financially drained." 3 .00 79' Bologna By the piece Beef Hip or Rump Roast GIVES YOU Per lb. AND HOW KAM Luncheon Meats each 12 oz.

yo(rnoney Party-Pack Puritan Meat Spreads Beef Liver Sliced, Per Lb. 63' 45' GOOD LUCK, white or colored Margarine cartons 2 65' Maxwell House, Reg, tOTTfje grind with Party Percolator. Both for 1.89 Chicken in a Mug CQc Beef or Tomato Beef, 6 oz. jar AW 20 CU. FT CHEST TYPE FOOD FREEZER A JPF WFcod Storage: 700 750 Vi h.p.

Compressor; Frigidaire i leadership shows these features too: Fast Freeze; Drywall Con-J Mff VrlfcWlV 19t denso Cooling; Signal Light; Zero safe cold control; Automatic jR' JaP'mterior light; Ali-Steel rigid construction. jB THESE PLUS 5-YEAR FOOD SPOILAGE VALfcJES a warranty for repair of any defect, plus 4-year protection mWE plan tor repair of any defect in refrigerating system. iBR As low as S3.00 week $23900 DDSK DRYER iSalS) '199" V- FRIGIDAIRE GIVES YOU ail these drying conveniences and more Jfcj1 Timer nas no-heat setting and 130 min- I ores of time drying LSf Fabric selector for correct drying heat No-stoop lint screen right on the door I plus 5-yoar protection plan at no extra I charge I I Con be yours as iow as $4.25 week Ice Cream Cones Pkgs. of 20 I Liquid all purpose cleaner rfC MUA32 oz. bottle PK Km size pkg.

King Size I Giant size pkg 0 All 6 oz. pkgS 265 English Toffee kJt Bensons assorted. 1 lb. bag mw Celery Hearts AQt Cello WW Tomatoes OCc Pink, per lb 4mfm0 Lemons )Q Medium size Lettuce Solid Heads Cheez Whiz 7 Kraft Spreading, 16 oz. jar Velveeta Cheese Slicing or Spreading, lh.

carton Sliced Cheese CLi Black Diamond, 16 oz. pkgs i jnrn i MATCHING WASHER $23900 Serviettes 61s JllQ' Assorted colors Mm Mm Solo Margarine A OQc White or Colored, 1 lb. cartons Kooi-Aidrr 5 o70c reauired. Ass't mm vfe FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS Pip Store Hours: Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.

To call EATON'S Dial PA 9-1411 BRANDON PhoneFA6-2t45 641 RosserAve..

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