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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press saturday november 13, 1971 Thompson Tel care personnel in training Thompson Man. Staff the training of Volunteer personnel for a Tel care service scheduled to be operational by january is making Good Progress according to training director Ernie Sawatsky. He said Friday the 24 participants have completed nine weeks of a 15-week course. Or. Sawatsky said the Volun Teers include shift workers officers from businesses and industries housewives and quite a Good Cross Section of the entire Community. There were a few dropouts at the beginning but or. Sawatsky said he is impressed with the enthusiasm of those remaining. The idea of establishing Tele care in Thompson was first investigated by the Thompson religious Council and in sep tember an information meeting was arranged with Canadian Tel care director Bruce Mac Dougall of Sudbury in Atten dance. Aim of the present course or. Sawatsky said is not to produce counsellors but rather More aware human beings who Are Good listeners. They will be the Telephone answering person Nel who Are attempting to put a caller in touch with the person or organization which can assist them most. The telephones will be manned 12 hours a Day seven Days a week starting in january. The training course is Given in three stages. The potential telephonist Are helped to under stand their own beliefs they have arrived at. Purpose of this exercise is to produce an Atti tude of receptiveness and non judgment non moralizing o n the part of the operator. The second stage is meant to help the trainee understand the stresses and reactions that peo ple go through when involved with alcoholism marital or financial problems. On the phone training is included in of the course. Finally the variety of Agen c i e s which can assist the callers Are explained to the class. These include such Agen cies As alcoholics Anonymous the salvation army Legal health and welfare and Hospital services. Conducting the course have been or. Arthur Phillip Ste wart Henry Block of the r. D. Parker collegiate guidance staff Kobert Smith an officer with the health and welfare department Thompson or. Mary Lewis and Rev. John Henderson and or. Sawatsky both members of the Thompson religious Council. It. Frances m. Vote dec. 6 fort Frances ont. Spe Cial the town of fort Frances civic election is scheduled for monday dec. 6, with nominations set for monday nov. 22. Mayor Aimo Marshall who has been mayor for two terms will seek re election the main reason Given in a statement by the there is much unfinished business within the town that he would like to see finished. Allan Avis a councillor at Large has indicated he will oppose mayor Marshall for the mayors Post. Three councillors at Large Are to be elected and one member of the Public utilities commis Sion. Citizens will again be asked to vote Iii a referendum on a j hew town Hall. At a Cost o taxpayers will be asked to approve an Issue of in debentures for this while will come from a Reserve fund towards the construction of the Complex. System running Well will make Farmer free Lang pickets Are out at the Sawmill of the Ontario Minnesota pulp and paper company limited at Kenora ont. The men went on. Strike monday morning and the main Issue of dispute is wage rate i increases plus jurisdiction of the pulp Chip haul from the Sawmill to the fort Frances pulp Mill. The Union is seeking an increase of 64 cents per hour on the base rate and the company on the other hand has offered 54 cents per hour. Son Aid exceeds target London Reuter Bri Tain s official and private Aid to the developing countries last year exceeded the one per cent of Gross National product target set by the United nations con Ference on Trade and develop ment it was announced thurs Day. The total of billion is equivalent to 1.04 per cent of Gnu. Fire department town offices and will include rental space. The building will have Square feet of floor space the proposal for a new town Hall Complex two years ago was Defeated by ratepayers in a referendum. Population Only 16.765? by Bob Lowery Dairy herds bigger Auckland since the Early 1930s, new zealand has reduced the number of dairies from Over 450 to under 150. And has increased tie average size of Dairy herds from under 40 to Over 100 cows. The stripper off off limited time Only upon presentation of this and it s the easy to take off unwonted r Exi kist inches equip. Men and women. Trim and shape your body. Strip off those extra inches so you can slip Itic those fall fashions with your trim new shape. The amazing Ball bearing Inch master tones and firms your Weott body while taking off inches in those trouble 1 or. Call for demonstration in the priv Acy of your or office. No obligation. Use your Charcey card Inch rent or Purchase phone 883-1131 Aster one Only immediate occupancy full Price .00 Thompson Man. Staff statistics Canada dropped a Bombshell on Friday night s Thompson City Council meeting with the announcement that according to the recent Canadian census Thompson has a Popula Tion of Only Alderman or. Blain Johnston chairman of the finance com Mittee said it was High time that someone found out just How Many people live in this Central Manitoba Metropolis. According to the City s census takers who compiled the municipal voters list the population is however the Manitoba health services commission list ing puts the figure at in or. Johnston s View it is not Only a matter of Public Pride but hard Cash since what Ever the it will deter mine the size of various govern ment Grants Thompson will receive Over the next five years. We have just come through a a a the Alderman said when we have been receiving Grants based on a population figure of the Council passed a motion instructing City manager Tom Suchy to formally question the accuracy of statistics Canada s figures. Also on the matter of finances Alderman Dale tilling again raised the matter of the International Nickel company paying 55 per cent of the City s recreation costs. Under an agreement with the provincial government Inco pays 55 per cent of the operating costs of the City. Alderman tilling accused the first Thompson town Council of letting the company out of percentage of the recreation costs which in his View Are a legitimate part of the total City operations Bud get. During the last year or. Tilling said the matter bad been raised several times with the company and the final answer was no. He proposed Rais ing the matter with the depart ment of municipal affairs for a ruling. Alderman tilling said the company had suggested that if the City pressed this Point they could revert to a second alter native in their agreement with government under this alternative they would pay a rate Hamiota Man special Otto Lang minister responsible for the Canadian r wheat Board said in Hamiota Friday that Market information and a sys tem running Well can make the Farmer free free from control from the economic pressure of the past free to be the business manager he must if we sell a full crop each year As we Are starting to or. Lang said if we use the new quota system which simply reflects the Market and if we continue to give him initial prices and information on March 1, the Farmer will be Able to produce More of the right Grain for available markets. That will mean More Money for the Farmer and that will mean More Farmers will be Able-., to stay on the land and raise their families there. That is what our policy is and that policy is beginning to Bear or. Lang gave As examples the record 700 million bushels of Export last year the response of Farmers to the suggestion that they Plant More Barley when it became apparent that we could sell 200 Mil lion bushels of and the recent news that so much bar Ley has been sold that the wheat Board announced a 20 to 25-Bushel quota for Barley this year. Or. Lang optimistically pre dieted that a new record would be set this year and that 800 million 900 million and a billion bushels of Export must be planned for in the future. He said work was under Way on the Steps required to move those quantities. He said that despite his optimism we Are so heavily de pendent on exports. We will have poorer years amongst the Good. That is what the stabilization plan was All he de scribed it As International Market insurance and said the Bill before the commons would have been a remarkable help in any bad years. By protecting Farmers at the level of the past five years of sales the level of Protection would Rise As sales Rose. Because sales would generally More than two cent per year Aid since farm organizations said that two per cent in Gross income was Worth at least eight per cent in net in come rising sales would be bet Ter Protection than a rigid inflation said or. Lang. As in All of our policies by relating the stabilization plan to Money value of the six main grains we were keeping our noses out the Farmer s business of deciding what he should grow for Market. The plan would run practically by itself a computer operation without any government involvement beyond paying in the Money at East four dollars for every two from the he said. Boat released we will pay your monthly payments principal interest and taxes until May 1, 4 bedrooms 3 bathrooms fireplace attached garage Centre Hail plan. Address 20 South Moor rd., South Date Briant to head new Board the appointment of a seven m a n communities economic development fund has been announced by Industry and com Merce minister Leonard Evans. Or. Peter c. Briant chair Man of the Manitoba develop ment corporation which win administer the plan is chair Man of the fund s Board. Also on the Board Are Isaac Beaulieu executive director of the Manitoba Indian brotherhood Don Milvor Wabowden mayor and Northern Region representative of the Northern association of Community councils Wilson Parasiuk of the planning secretariat plan Ning and priorities committee of the Manitoba Cabinet Ben j Thompson a of j j the Manitoba Metis federation j a i est Starikoff manager of i Northern Iron and Metal Ltd. And or. Heigi Nastman Assis Tant Deputy minister in the a i Rich store department and chair i j Man of tie Northern manpower Quito Reuter Ecuador has released a Canadian registered fishing boat the Atlantic Patton and an american tuna boat the Denise Marie seized while allegedly fishing within the 200-mile offshore territorial limits claimed by Ecuador. Natural resources minister Alfonso Arroyo Robelly told re porters thursday that the two vessels were released wednes Day night after their Skippers agreed to buy fishing licences. The vessels along with three other american boats had been seized wednesday by the ecuadorean patrol vessel Quito. The minister said the . Boats Ventrous Trinidad and Blue Meridian still were being held in the port of Salinas. The associated press reported from san Diego calif., that owners of the Trinidad Ventur Ous and Blue Meridian had sent off to Ecuador thurs Day to obtain release of the ves Sels. Skipper Joseph Scafidi of the Trinidad had reported by radio that they would be freed on payment of that sum the 200-mile offshore limit claimed by Ecuador Brazil Peru and Chile is not recognized by Canada or the United states. The arrests wednesday Are Likely to be followed by Many More during the Southern hemisphere summer fishing season just beginning. Arroyo said his government is Adamant about maintaining the 200-mile limit he said it is essential for defence of our maritime the five boats were reported to have been rounded up in an area about 20 nautical Miles off Ecuador s coast amounting to per employee annually to the City. However under the present arrangement it is estimated they pay some what More a year per employ e e. Alderman de Summers claimed that the local taxpayers taxes would go up 55 per cent if the company were to take this course. Alderman Summers also criticized the claims that the agreement by the provincial government As with Sherritt Gordon mines limited regard ing the Leaf rapids Tow site is Superior to its agreement with Inco. At Leaf rapids the com Pany will be a Normal property taxpayer paying a tax on All its surface operations. Or. Sum mers said that the surface operations Are mainly an open pit mine and you can t Levy much of a tax on a Hole in the Chretien to visit Churchill Man. Staff Thompson City Council unanimously voted Friday night to invite Indian affairs and North Ern development minister Jean come to Thompson during his visit to Churchill and the Northwest territories Early in december. Mayor Brian Campbell suggested that the chiefs of the in Dian bands in this area and other interested parties would also like to Avail themselves of a Chance to talk with the min ister. It is 18 months since we had 3. Federal Cabinet minister Here transport minister Don Jamie the mayor said. There Are Many changes in the Indian act which will greatly affect communities around Here and would make a visit from or. Chretien most Portage honors War dead 203 conventions in Hawaii Honolulu Hawaii was Host to 203 conventions attended by delegates last year and expects More this year. Barkman safety studded Steps and wrought Iron railings help prevent Nasty Winter Falls. With Winter coming on you Don t need the extra worry of old wooden Steps in disrepair. Call Barkman Concrete for a Winter installation. You la find there in t that much difference in Cost Between wooden Steps and Barkman Concrete Steps but there s a big difference in Quality maintenance time and re placement time. Barkman Concrete 1td. 10 Kent Street a few Telephone 667-3310 slept from our previous location South Dale display 3 Willow it. South Dale 256-1272 East in trans Arvada Hwy. Turn right on Fisk a re across Highway from Archibald Alicw signs on Pef Awe Beach of wit few open . I corps directorate. The Board Woi allocate the j Loans Small Washington Reuter senator Warren Magnuson dem. Chairman of the Senate Commerce committee has urged presidential adviser Robert Finch to speak to South american officials about alleged seizures of United states tuna boats. Finch left for Lima Peru earlier thursday. We can no longer tolerate this situation and i Hope that you win meet with appropriate officials on behalf of the pres ident to promote a cessation of these illegal Magnnson said he told Finch in a Cable. Senator John Tonney dem. In a separate statement urged Portage la Prairie Man. Special mrs. Roland Dann who lost a son in the Sec Ond world War was the Silver Cross Mother who Laid the Wreath at the Cenotaph in por Tage la Prairie during the remembrance Day service thurs Day. Several Hundred people were on hand in Chilly weather. The memorial address was by Rev. Charles postal of the pentecostal Church. Other clergy men participating were Rev. Andrew Mennen of St. Hyacinth s Parish it Dave Wilder of the salvation army and Cap Tain Leslie Barclay of Canadian forces base Southport. On Parade during the ceremony were members of the armed forces veterans organizations and their auxiliaries Canadian forces base Portage la Prairie and the army and air Force cadets. Wreaths were Laid by mayor elect h. L. Henderson on behalf of the Tity and by Reeve Robert Adrain on behalf of the Rural municipality of Portage la Prairie also representatives of various organizations in the City. Sunbeam two slice toaster Quick toasting Radiant control. Businesses mainly in Remote j and isolated Northern Manitoba to . Tuna Northwest ont. Indians get Grant Toronto special one of Ontario s Indian organizations has received a provincial government Grant to develop business enterprises with in several of the province s native bands. Provincial Secre tary and minister of citizenship John Yaremko has announced. 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Scope mouthwash family size 7 or 1 company limit to the fund win two other economic and social development programs the area rehab station and devel opt ent act Arda so special agree Neci to Hei fatal indians and Metis improve their is c o a a Aud fee co operative Joss and tests a Barsatee fend to a sport past have bad to be approved individually by Congress. Eye correction cafe Arago two Odness is school it Are Vaaj Kappa Isy j6oa Freese essay Oerr Ecsedy a n organization representing bands in the Kenora Dryden sex Lookout and fort far res areas. An Indian Deveke seat Facer Sill be paid by the Gurrod from feeds. He a Fol five da3 Bete assess us potes Sial of projects As Fawrist Oestrus. Isar Sifes p a miss ave c8scs 318 Donald Cwm mrs mar boots 8 St. From tace capita of Cuffare eff Corre s Auw. 6

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