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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba32 Winnipeg free press. Thursday. December 17, 1970 u Senate wants enrolment limited by Ron Kustka the University of Manitoba took an important step towards adopting an official policy of limited enrolment when the University Senate tuesday after noon approved a. Numerical guideline calling for a maximum full time students attend ing the University in 1974. Ular faculty s he said. Employment prospects for graduates manpower n e e u s both provincially and nationally the University of Manitoba s role in meeting these needs As Well As the roles played by other Manitoba Post secondary institutions and the contributions of certain faculties to the figure however is. Public investment con not Static. The Senate also i statute a the second area of in called for a yearly review and j vesti gation of. Sibley said. Assessment of the enrolment total and of the enrolment thirdly and finally kept in mind the More elusive but expanded program sought for students the Winnipeg school Board j extend fully its learning has been asked to expand pro disabilities program to the Jun grains for children with learn Institute compulsory in service courses for All staff with special emphasis on the principal school nurse physical education teacher and guidance ing disabilities at the secondary school level. The request was made in a Brief from the Manitoba association for children with learn ing difficulties at the Board s regular meeting tuesday night. Phe Board referred the matter o its administration for study and report. Jack Shannon president of he association read the Brief to the Board. He said children with learn quotas assigned to the different j nonetheless critical problem of faculties. The University s obligations to the Senate wants the commit Send Forth into society i Stream j ing disabilities require a Ontina of men and women who Are ing assistance As they move be on admissions to report after consultation with the faculties and schools of when and How enrolment goals can be implemented by the various faculties and schools. The Senate s recommendations now go before the Board of governors at the University for final approval. The univer sity Grants commission of t h e provincial government which controls the also grounded in the fundamentals of a Liberal education and who can respond with insight sensitivity and a sense of commit ment to the needs and Aspira f r o m elementary schools to higher grades where they May run into problems with such courses As language arts a Sec Ond language and mathematics. Tons of the society in which the Young adolescent is they will live and to which they Are morally obligated to pro vide direction and leadership. A society which has no Engi neers will certainly perish. So also will a society which re University vice president or. W. M. Sibley in presenting a report in enrolment limit , described the number and the quotas is signed to the different faculties and schools As Ning if the University i said in his report. If the University of implements the proposed policy of limited enrolment in 1974, Only one will experience a decrease in absolute enrolment numbers. Serious plan-1 five other faculties would see their percentage of the total wants to i University student population achieve certain goals he said drop while the percentage Fig then it will be necessary to ures for two others will remain adopt various restrictions which constant must be relatively at present total enrolment in in p r e p a r i n g the report the school of. Social work is 591 which was requested by the undergraduate 455 graduate Board of governors in april or 4.3 per cent Oli the Tojal 1970, or. Sibley said that Al a University student body. With very prone to emotional and attitudinal problems As he moves into the larger More Imper Sonal Junior High or. Shannon told the trustees. He said these problems May cause the youngster to seek an escape through the use of drugs or to drop out of school. The Brief asked the Board to counsellor. 4 allocate funds to encourage As Many teachers As Possi ble to attend conferences and workshops dealing with learning disabilities. Curriculum requirements for children with Lea. Ning disabilities and at tempt to provide them alternatives to insurmountable barriers to their it is our View that the needs of these children can be readily met within the present school structures with Only moderate air. Shannon said. All that is required is the dedication and innovative spirit to accomplish the task. In Winnipeg we have the people the dedication of Many and the financial resources. This Board can take another giant step Forward in the redemption of the educational lives of these postal clerk Drew plans for robbery Montreal up Henri Paul Denis 21, was sentenced tuesday to seven years in Pris on after pleading guilty to a charge of complicity in Post office robbery in october 1969. Denis said in a statement to police that he made diagrams of the main downtown Post of fice showing the alarm system location of the Safe and its combination. The theft netted thieves in Cash and a Large n u m be r of savings Bonds Money orders and other Docu ments. Denis had been employed by the Central Post office for three years prior to the robbery. Still before the courts on charges arising from the theft Are his brother Antonio Donald m a s s o n Albert Berube and Brothers Yvon and Claude de Langis. Denis s sister Louise pleaded guilty at an earlier trial to conspiracy after the fact. She was fined after admitting to has increased but Little yet the Possession of of the stolen i volume of fish exports has Money. I More than tripled. Motor coach strikers get contract offer Union workers striking at two motor coach industries Ltd plants in greater Winnipeg will consider a company offer at a mass meeting Friday in the Union Centre James v. Goodis on said wednesday or. Goodison International representative of the International association of machinists and aerospace workers Al Cio Csc declined to discuss the offer. Negotiations for a new wage contract have been going on be tween. Motor coach and the Union local in the Norquay building since monday with a provincial labor department official in attendance. The More than 600 employees of the company have been on strike for More pay since oct. 30. Fish exports triple Copenhagen r with Only commercial fishermen Denmark is Europe s fifth Lar Gest fishing nation. In recent years the number of fishermen German to exported land latin american countries Bonn in the first half of used More than West Ger 1970, sixty five asian african Man television programs. For worry free Winter travel v icy roads and snowstorms Are no problem when you go in. So Why take chances on the weather in coach f Ravel is economical Loo special fares for children. Order your tickets by mail or phone your nearest in passenger sales office. Canadian National though the figure had originally been Only a hypothetical the figure has become a planning target for enrolment limitation. In summarizing his report or. Sibley said the method applied in our situation appears to indicate that an enrolment target of or slightly More is a reasonable one for us to adopt for planning purposes within a planning horizon of perhaps five years at any rate until certain variables not within our control Are fixed. Among these will be such factors As the total number of University places to be provided in the province the Load to be borne by the other two Provin Cial universities the University of Winnipeg and Brandon University and the resources to be. Made available to us. It is recognized that As we move Forward and As Circum stances change adjustments May Well have to be made both with respect to the total number and to the components within the i University president or. Ernest sir Luck told the Senate that both Brandon University and the University of Winnipeg administration Are aware and extremely glad to hear that the University of Manitoba was thinking of imposing enrolment limitations. If the University of Manitoba adopts limiting poli cies this will Aid the two other universities in their planning he said. The University of Manitoba enrolment now stands at 13.853, or. Sibley said but that in this enrolment our Over All i increase in numbers was not quite half of that which had been the projection techniques which have served us Remar Kably Well for at least 10 or is years have for the time being lost much of their he added. Despite the problems encountered in projecting future enrolment figures or. Sibley stressed the need for the University to plan ahead. In the past the University just had been reacting to situations As the projected limited enrolment scale the school of social work student body would drop to 510 students 2.8 per currently school of social work graduates account for 10.1 per cent of the University s graduate student body but by 1974 this figure could be drastically dropped to 2.5 per cent 50 a diminishing demand for so Cial work students has led to this projection or. Sibley said. Fertilizer May not be cause Mercury pollution part Falcon a min eral Deposit at the Lake s East end. Tourism minister Peter Burtniak said wednesday. If this were the Case it would tend to discount earlier theories that the Mercury came from chemical fertilizers used on the Golf course adjacent to the Lake. The source of Mercury is not positively known but indications Are that it could come from natural sources in the said or. Burtniak. Gold mining was once carried on near the cast end of the Lake the Deposit contains vary ing amounts of Mercury and Gold. Surface water from a por Tion of this area drains into Falcon Lake. Recent tests on fish taken from the Lake indicate that some Large Pike those weigh ing More than four pounds j contain Mercury Levels slightly in excess of 0.5 parts per million he said. In Small Pike and other Spe cies tested Mercury Levels Are Well below the 0.5 parts per j million tolerance level the min ister said. Further tests of fish from other lakes in the Vicinity of this Deposit May indicate that the Mercury source is the min-1 eral Deposit or. Burtniak stressed that they emerged and space and analysis of sediment budgetary Cansis had been the from a str can whih a tosses result. _. The Falcon Lake Golf course Only two faculties Fine arts 3nd flows into the West end of and Home economics which Felt Falcon Uke shows Only slight that the projected 1974 enrol j of Mercury. Well within ment for their respective i average Levels of Mercury courses was too Low. Had voiced j found in and sediments any real objection to the mid visual faculty quotas proposed in the report or. Sibley said. The committee was faced with three important problems or considerations when investigating the question of enrol m e n t limitation. Or. Sibley said. Student interest or demand for entry into a Given program for Sale student disks surplus a lofts unit 19. 1970 12 my former Winnipeg men jailed Calgary Brian Goy Man 20, formerly of Winnipeg was sentenced tuesday i to five years imprisonment on nine counts of robbery and 1 theft one of wounding a Cus i Toner and Possession of a stolen revolver. The charges resulted when he Hele of customers and staff at 2 City restaurant sept the other men. Terrance Cayman and James Mcandrews. Both 24. Also former residents each were sector raced to two years on probation on Possession of Sto Len property. For. Is since Hugh Macdona was Low treat All three bad criminal records. So stay for of pc aces s Matota. At Bros Govan is we ser Reg a Tefr Vear set acc fee received for m Manitoba sept. Manufacturer cd Maranci of Hocmer priced dresses few to str 6emf Pant dresses the favorite took for those Holiday events. 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