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   Roblin Review (Newspaper) - March 6, 1969, Roblin, Manitoba                                Provincial Library Legislative Agricultural SHORT COURSE Roblin Elks Hall 10 March 12 SPECIAL CEREAL CROPS AND MARKETING VOLUME FIFTYSIX MARCH 1969 NUMBER NINE Forty Rinks Participated In Togo Mixed Bonspiel The Togo Annual Mixed Bon got underway to a good start on Monday February Forty rinks entered 21 local and 19 Five sheets of ice were used and each rink got 6 games at The winners in the 5 events were Memorial Event Cal Calder Kam sack Togo Coronation Event Kamsack Togo Eis Togo Merchants Event Kam sack San Clara Togo Farmers Event Albert Mak aroff San Clara Togo Club Event Alex Togo Roblin The ice and the weather was very There was a lot of good curling and close The Banquet and Open was held Thursday night and was enjoyed by Togo Curling Club wished tc thank all the visiting anc hope to see them back next year President this year is Appel Secretary is Ed Gawley and Roy Elsasser set up the Ed Bell had charge of the draw 30 Plans Completed For Hospital Aid Carnival This Friday Figure skaters from the Yorkto the votes for candidates would ton Club will be performing at the Hospital Aid Ice Carnival on Fri March 7th in the Roblin Are be made this All who plan to take part in the costume competition are asked to Borden Hawryluk will be be at the rink by so judging will will start sharp be awarded at 8 Prizes in each class MARGAKET DAVEf acting as for the evenings which will start sharp at 3 Some of the items on the pro ram will be costumes fancy and omic and figure skaters from joth the Roblin and Yorkton Clubs vill take The highlight of the evening will je the crowning of the There is to be a battletothefin ish broomball game between the Calder men and the and the draw for the door The three young ladies contest ing for Carnival Queen are Linda sponsored by Mitchells Drug Store Margaret spon sored by the Roblin Consumers Coop and Phyllis spon sored by the Roblin We for placing first and 50 cents for placing Plan now to attend the Carnival for an evening of Purchase your ticket and mark it for your favorite Queen Contestant adull tickets will give her 50 votes and childrens tickets 25 The ice carnival is sponsored an nually by the Roblin Hospital Aid proceeds from it are used to pur chase articles and supplies for the local hospital over and above those items supplied by the regu lar hospital budget di vider piped etc The Hospital Aid is small in num Tummel Meeting Held 12 Tummel met at the home of Livingston on February There were 11 ladi es A quilt was in the frames and the ladies worked at Grant Buick conducted the worship Michael Rob n and Gordon Jory gave an interesting report on the Presby tery meeting they attended in Swan Gordon Jory started our study on Further talk about the History of early especially the Tummel The next meeting is to be at the home of Cliff McCrea on March The Roll more NEGOTIATIONS BREAK DOWN On February Committees of the Teachers and Trustees in the Intelmountain School Division 36 convened for the sixth time since November 1968 for the purpose of negotiating a Teacher Salary Agreement for the 1969 pals Allowance and in the Salary affecting all Teachers in the school In this report only he article respecting the Salary Scale will be The follow ng table shows the clippings on China 1969 30 or ideas for Hillsburg Council Applies For Recreation Grant The Council meeting of the of Hillsburg was held on 13th day of 1969 at j were informed by the Hospital Aid with Reeve John j that no advance announcement as in the chair and all councillors Council files application for Pub lic Recreation Commission grant for the year Bylaw assigning Tax Sale Certificates on the 282727 to Earl Sanders was Members of Council to attend Municipal Seminar at Brandon on March and and that each to be allowed for Carl Semchuk to be paid an hour for operating List of accounts were approved for Next meeting March 1969 at PHYLLIS OSTROWSKI ber but mighty in Would you help them help the Buy your tickets FLUORIDATION OF TOWN WATER At their November Meeting of the Council of the Town of Roblin approved fluoridation of the town water and at the last meeting they approved the pur chasing of the supplies for Fluoride or Fluoridation means To add sodium fluoride to drink ing especially as a means of preventing tooth 30 A JOB WELL DONE Failing to bring about a set both parties bound to the agreed that negotia tions have broken down and that an application should be made to the Minister of Youth and Educa tion to appoint a Concilation Offi cer whose duties will beto bring the two parties into agreement by resolving the differences existing between the Teachers and Boards The proposals of both parties and the 1968 wage scale are found herein following the general In negotiations can be opened by either party bound by the Authority is given o both parties to negotiate a new should the parties fail to negotiate an Agree they must declare negotia ions have broken down and must apply for the services of a Concil ation Officer from the Department of If conciliation 30th parties have the right to ap ply to the Minister of Youth and Education to appoint a Board of consisting of three The town engineer and crew did an efficient and fast clean up of the snow that fell during the storm last Tuesday and Wednes Cleaning snow off the streets started immediately following the The Good Roads Dept crews were on the highway with snowplows before the storm sub minimum starting salary and increments yearly in Teachers and Boards Proposals and the 1968 Salary foregoing table is applied in arriv ing at a teachers salary Let us say that a teacher has a com plete Grade XII standing and has completed one full year of teacher The teacher with the aforesaid qualifications and no years of teaching experience is paid the minimum rate of salary set out in Class Let us say that a teacher CLASS 1 CLASS 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 CLASS 5 More Piped Oxygen Approved For Roblin Hospital Rooms The regular meeting of the Rob in Hospital Board was held Feb ruary 25th in the board room with Stewart Correspondence Letter read from Picker XRay Engineer with information on Steel Shelving sim ilar to that in office of XRay de Brochures and pictures Discussion followed but decision was tabled until the next meeting pending further informa tion on Reports of Committees one nominated by the one nominated by the Board and one nominated by both parties to act as chairman for the Board of The award of the Board of Arbitration is binding on both The Teachers and the Trustees agreed to submit jointly to the lo cal the following general re port pertaining to GENERAL REPORT In accordance with provisions in The Public chers are given the right to nego tiate with the Board of a Teacher Salary Agreement which sets out conditions of employment Minimum Maximum Increments Minimum Maximum Increments Minimum Maximum Increments Minimum Maximum Increments Minimum Maximum Increments 1969 Teacher Proposal 4350 5850 6x250 4850 6950 7x300 57CO 8100 8x300 6800 2x400 6x500 7300 7x500 1969 Board Proposal 4350 5850 2x250 5x200 4850 6950 7x300 5700 8100 8x300 6750 to 7200 to 1968 Scaie 4000 5500 6x250 4500 6600 7x300 5400 7800 8x300 6400 9700 2x400 5x500 6800 2x400 6x500 1x400 7200 3x400 6x530 CLASS 6 Minimum 7700 7600 Maximum Increments 2x400 7x400 6x500 2x450 1x400 1x500 It is important to note that the has obtained a university degree table indicates that in certain Grade XII plus three years of classes the Teachers Proposals and university and has successfully the Boards Proposals Since completed one full year of teacher neither party was prepared to The teacher is entitled to change its position at the last ne the minimum rate of salary set out gotiation it was agreed in Class providing the teacher to declare that negotiations have broken down and the matter should be referred to the Minister of Youth and In perhaps an exam ple or two will help the reader of this paper to comprehend how the has no training Approximately 80 of the tea chers salary is covered by grants from the Provincial Government and 20 of the teachers salary is paid out of the special levy rais ed in the school Finance Invoices for January 69 to be paid a total of and SalaryCrates Jor Property Kostick reported Challenge Thrown At Chamber Meeting More than forty Roblin and area business people had a challenge thrown at them February The place was the basement of Then he issued his challenge If you truly believe in a bright future for we offer the best way yet devised to help them the Masonic and the occasion j But is is completely up to was the regular meeting of the the local If you want your Roblin Chamber of The challenge came from Ron general manager of Parkland Reg children to live here and work here and be happy and if you want the town to come ional Development and see And be prepared to co who was one of two guest speak ers for the By utilizing Parkland proper Kinney the Roblin area can bring real pleasure to bear on the problems and the goals which local people feel are Its a simple matter of arithmetic there are people represented in this but represented by miles and stretches from north of Swan River to McCreary and is the modern equivalent of the traditional Peo ple living in this huge region have the same economic future and share the same he Local merchants must realize operate with other towns for the ultimate good of Kinney said Parkland was interested in three things profits for realization of the regions and most im portant of we are intnerested in Kinney likened towns to He said the whole Park land which covers that it is towns themselves as a that the floor in the old Coal bin had been trowelled by Mainten ance men and painted and also the floor in room adjacent to south ex it of basement had also been paint Both floors had turned out ex ceptionally well and the mainten ance man should be commended on this Motion of Sam Fitkowski The floors in the medical record the and the two Laundry rooms to be fin ished with a lightcolored Corlon floor A changeover from the present Melmac dishes to unbreakable Vit rified dishes for patient service to be effected when all pertinent data las been Extension of Piped Oxygen quo tations The piped oxygen to be extended into five more gaged by the Board of The last Agreement negotiated in 1967 expired in December provisions in the Agree ment give the Teachers and the Board of Trustees the right to op en negotiations to bring about a new specifically for the 1969 The Board of upon re ceipt of the Teachers presented to the the Joards A total f 22 items or articles were open ed to The Teachers and the Trustees have renewed set lement on all articles with the ex eption of namely the articles proposing changes in the Princi JOIN JOAN Miss Joan Dickin Extension Home Economist Winter is a time when you are supposed to be able to find time to do jobs you didnt get done when the weather was Per haps you have decided to reuphol ster a piece of I was talking to a man who is an ex pert at this I thought I would convey some of his ideas to The most important thing to re member is to get the material on An amateur job will be most noticeable if the pattern or weave of the material is running kitty on an arm or across the By attaching the grain line of the material at the center front and center back you can easily be sure to have the material on The material should be firmly attached but not pulled too Just as a tight dress reveals all of the womens curves as well as her imperfec so does tightly pulled uphol stery fabric reveal the imperfec tions of the padding and springs of a If the material is too the material will tend to Wrinkles result when the natural elasticity of the fabric is destroy Just as an elastic will break when it is stretched too too many so will the yarns in the upholstery fabric be If you are upholstering a chair or some other take a little extra time to follow these tips More information can be otainec by calling or writing my complete unit which are in compe tition with each other not just the merchants within Parkland was formed to help lo cal people develop The Corporation is interested in foster ing com hous and resource But it will only be as successful as the municipalities which make it The Corporation is a voluntary municipal organization consisting t the moment of 26 of the 36 eli jible Kinney aid he hoped all 36 would be members before too We tru y believe we can be of real ser vice to The meeting also heard Len Tough of the Manitoba Depart ment of Industry and who outlined recent studies which show the Roblin area could sup port a larger cattleservice indus Tough is a foodproducts Local Wally brought greetings from the prov ince and asked people to contact him if they had any problems or rooms of the hospital at an approx imate cost of including provincial sales The problem of worn out condi tions of present bedlamps was brought to attention of the Wilson requested to investi gate the cost of replacing these lamps with a mounted fixture Applications for Hospital privi leges for the year 1969 were read from of Grandview Layng of Man and Patil of Man These applications be accepted am rivileges ideas he could help them Hugh Chamber president chaired the Messers W Sutton and Hilland introduc ed the guest Horticultural Society Realizes From Whist Party The Roblin Horticultural Society ginning at 10 in the United held their meeting on Church Recreation Person March 1st with 23 with el taking part in this short course Vice Vi Laird in the are Grant Churcher seed I ing annuals and perennials The minutes of the last meeting Gray House Plant Culture were read and Corresponi Stan Gugin Gladiolus Grow dence was Peters will show 100 A report was given on the slides of beautiful flower arrange phone Whist which was heldiments Burke McNeil is Chair on February 21st it was very suc with Glad bulbs discussed to be used as premiums for 1969 mem berships paid before We were informed of a Horticul man and Moderator of a question which should be a very in teresting Chris and Alice Tummon gave a report on the convention they at tended at which they en Band Concert Set For March 14th With band members putting in In 1967 she also won thtee extra hours of practise and two scholarships at the Moose Jaw fine guest artists lined the an Kinsmen Band one being nual spring band concert should a High Point provide an outstanding evening of tural Short Course to be held Sorry they had Russell on March be h misfortune of an accident on heir way back home and ummon unfortunately suffered a islocated Burke McNeill congratulated the rogram committee on their at ractive program books they had Moose Jaw Band In the Festival1 1968 she Miss Linda who will give the audience a demonstration j of her baton twirling ability has quite an enviable won the sixteen and under who is sixteen years ofj has 328 Trophies and 308 medals for Twirling in Competi tion in the and She is a Majorette with the Regina Lions In 1968 she won the Provincial Twirling Championship and High Point A Shell River Council Applies For Recreation Grant The Council meeting of the Shellj River Municipality was held on the llth day of 1969 at with Reeve Wilson in the chair and all councillors Minutes of the last meeting were adopted as read and correct ed with regard to machine charges to Council files application for the 1969 Community recreation Secretarytreasurer and members of Council to attend Municipal Of ficials Seminar at Brandon and al lowed each to cover Regis tration and expenses and 10 cents per mile be paid for one Tenders were advertised for sup plies of deisel oil and greases for the 1969 Tenders to close oclock March List of accounts were approved for payment and cheques in the amount of in the month of January were Next meeting to be held Friday March at losing out on the High Point by onetenth of a Linda has ap peared on the Stairs for Stars many times and in January this she went to the National Competition for Twirling Champi in Paul plac ing 18 from the top412 in her age with 89 She is also a contestant for the Miss Wheat which Winners of the raffle of plant ood were Lottie Kelly and Hank Our next meeting should be quite interesting with a demon stration on inside gardening by he Home The Prairie Garden has arrived and we now have them for Remember we are always look ing for New members always feel free to come to any of our meet 30 Around Town Janice Arnott visited at home during the U of M midterm Shirley Tucker and Joyce Ken drick of spent a few days visiting their and Arnott of Winnipeg and David Arnott of U of visited over the weekend at the Arnott and Cranwell Miss Donna Lou Ford and Mas ter David Hyde of visit ed at the home of her and Ford for the U of M midterm and Don Curtis of visited their parental homes over the They at tended the farewell party held In honor of her and Is coming up in the near Gerald Saturday ROBLIN HOSPITAL AID CARNIVAL Skating 8 MARCH 7   

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