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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 1J, 1971 THE IETHIRIDGE HIRALD 11 Pastoral care directors idea proposed Lo gwl. Chretien won't be swayed by Indian group pressure CALGARY (CP) Hospital clergy and professionals plan lo ask the provincial government to pay the cost of placing care directors in Alberta hospitals. A brief to Ihc cabinet was approved by the Hospital Pastoral Care Association of Alber-la and will likely be presented in January after revisions, said president Rabbi Lewis Gins-burg. If the government supports the proposal, pastoral care departments could be introduced where requested during 11I73, he said, bill a cost estimate was not available. Pastoral care workers would minister to persons of all faiths. Snow at Montreal MONTREAL (CP) Two traffic deaths and scores of minor mishaps were blamed by police Thursday on Montreal's first snow storm of the season More than three inches of snow had fallen when the storm said Rabbi Ginsburg, and would complement clergy visitations and full-t i m e chaplains sup- ported now by separate denom- inations. The pastoral director would not have to be a clergy mem- ber, but could be a social work- er, sociologist or other. The work would involve "to- tal patient care treatment of the whole man." "Physical needs cannot he ef- fectively treated without refer- ence to the social, psychologi- cal, emotional and spiritual needs of the individual." i The pastoral workers would also deal willt the families ol patients. SIIAIU-: GOUI riM) f'AHlfj fAI'i Seven work- ers will get half of S34.000 worth of gold coins and bars they found while clearing debris from .some houses in Ver- sailles in January, 19117, a court icre. The owner of the had claimed the gold, court said il would he enly between thn salvage ccmpa iv that cleared Ihe debris and the workers. VANCOUVJiJi 'CPi In- clian Affairs Minister Jean 601) luid off TK.MIHCA.MINli. One. iCPi AlxKil liOtl workers al the Caua- j dian International Paper Co. here were laid off today for a three-week period ending Dec. 1 6. I Officials of the company, the i main industry in this town -III miles northeast of North Bay. said the shutdown was ilui- mainly to a in the I market for sulphite pulp. Chretien said here the federal i government uill lake rcspon- i sibility for Canada's Indians until Ihey arc ready to guide themselves. .Mr. Chretien said in an in- terview he won't be swayed by pressure from Indian lions and will not permit In-' dians to undertake foolish pro- j jccts. lie also expressed disappoint- ment with slow progress made I by Indian orf-'aim.ations in solv- i ing Ihc issues (hat divide the j Indian people. vc said we want their views bul they are very hesi- tant." lie said. "For Ihc first time we have given money lor to make plans, hut they are not coming up." Me said Indians of only two provinces, Alberta and Manilo- Ira. have produced position pa- pnrs lo counter the federal pol-j icy statement which was rf-; jccled by virtually ovcr.v Imlbn! organization. The Indians nf Alberta who proposed Indian participation in school planning now arc op- posed to il, Mr. Chretien said. Hi' limed tnat more than ami Indian children have been kept nut ol northern Alberta schools since Sept. 22 by parents who seek .'.pecial schools for Indians onh. "It'.-, easy for them to have shorl-ierm 'views but it's very difficult to turn back the clock." Approve pact WASHINGTON (AP) Tlw Scmile has approved the agrcc- mcMi' rolurning Okinawa and the I'yukyu Islands to Japan next year. The vote was 84 to t. Canada when we work The Federal Government is putting 498 million dollars to VVOTK, throuqh a series of specific programs, to help create jobs for Canadians. This message is designed to give you program details. WORKING TOGETHER WITH THE INDIVIDUAL We're encouraging you to act on your own initiative or through local government, local organizations and service groups to come up with ideas for our Local Initiatives Program. For example, your community may wish to develop services for the handicapped, or elderly, or a day care centre, or a new skating rink, or any number 01 things that will .make your community a better place. There's also aTraining-on-the-Job Program that will work- through business and industry to expand opportunities 'or those who ere unemployed or have little work experience. If you have some basic experience, we've extended me Canada Manpower Training Program to help provide you with additional learning. WORKING TOGETHER WITH BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY There's a program of tax Incentives or direct payments to employers to encourage them to add trainees to their staffs through the Training-on-the-Job Program. This will help the trainee get work experience that he can use in many jobs. WORKING TOGETHER WITH THE MUNICIPALITIES The foundation of al! municipal activity is the previously me1i- tioned Local Initiatives Program.This will help you support and spur cornmunity.projects that will give jobs to people in your community who find themselves unemployed. WORKING TOGETHER WITH THE PROVINCES Obviously, the municipal Local Initiatives FioqMm v.iii MB in closely with the Provinces, So will our Special Development Loans Program that will finance new capital works proiecls. We'll be speed'i.y up mortgage approvals through the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to get homes, student housing and sewage tiealmeni projects under way. We also will be making loans to exhibition commissions, boards and associations to get you working on multi-purpose fair and trade buildings. WORKING TOGETHER WITH FEDERAL WORKS On our level, we'll be working to give you more job opportunities on maintenance and improvement activities on Federal buildings; transportation facilities; forest and park projects; and many otheis. WHERE IT ALL WORKS TOGETHER The !ob starts at your Canada Manpower Centre. For advice anfl prv, stance on ar-.v ot the'programs that you tee' apply to vou or your pnntar.t your local Canada Manpower Centre, They'll he -.appv lo help you with all the information they have. When Canadians get involved together, Canada works. Canada works Manpower Main-d'oeuvre and Immigration et Immigration ;