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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Winnipeg, Manitoba 22 Winnic fill if 71 anti Pipit a anu40m this Vytill drive them Sot of their Shatin two room Hilda sesame Street i Coulomb Pino Mie i and Lois Urai i airy the multilingual service helps immigrants half hitch Toronto up the Toronto City clerk received a letter recently addressed to dear sir and the rest of it was in another language that he even identify with any degree of a few Days later an elderly italian woman walked nervously in the front door of Toronto City took a Quick look and these walked out without saying a word to any she didst Speal one City official reported it took him Ages to explain to a Young greek father that he a to get a building permit before he could Start rebuilding the front porch on his its problems like these tha have prompted the City to establish a multilingual service Bureau to enable recent immigrants to find their Way the Complex red tape of City in addition to the Bureau which will be staffed by three c 1 e r k s proficient in greek and personnel commissioner Robert Humphrey ays there will be people spotted key depart ments who speak everything from american to Humphrey said has a list multilingual including one who Speaks six who can be called upon to interpret conversations various departments of the fed eral and provincial govern this Bureau should be Cen trally located and shared by the three Levels of be Atikokan Library setup filmed or translate thai unintelligible letter the City clerk for was finally discovered to have been written in eventual it was translated and an Bureau to be in operation in Alderman Joseph one of the prime movers behind the project said he thinks it would be a Good idea if All three Levels of government undertook the Bureau on a joint fish catch fair contended Many of the problems that wind up in City really have to a with Toronto up afro up of Centennial col life St Tenti Are stripping an old Toronto transit commission trolley bus next Rammer for study some instructor Victor Murgaski and his students at the College of applied arts and technology bought the but for and will strip it of 140 Worth of scrap before they convert it into by nest april it will be ready for a cruise on great its seaworthiness is a g o n t mid the safety Factor will be the bus is being converted in staff Alfords fish cooperative officials reported Here Friday night that Between 30 and 40 o their members caught some half upon pounds of Whitefish and Pickeral during the june to september fishing season this Coop president Len Chornoby said this represented just a fair catch since during the entire the output should be Nore than a million the main problem the Coop is up he said getting fru stake Money and other and Ance financing for the men so lat More could get on the originally the Organiza on had Hopes to have More than eight men in and Coop director Roy who last was number one in the area netting Bot Fielt that the difficulty was not so much finances larger purchases such As a boat or As i Twat smaller an and Vance of is available for the this is Fin for the is we established Only to replenish his but they Felt it was in sufficient for those starting in the both of the Alford represent Active ii Radii is conferences with Manitoba co operative services they thought a fish filleting Plant at word would be a great addition and would double the number of men employed however co Robby said it would never happen because of the Large Plant that the fresh water fish Board Bat established in it will never he even though there ii a lot of talk these Days about employing special the Ontario department of Edu cation is producing a film on the Atikokan Library system which this year has integrated services offered by the Public the Public school boar libraries and the separate school boards Library at a tricks Many outside observers feel that Atikokan setup is unique in the province and rivals any similar venture anywhere in the the film will demonstrate How Atikokan achieved its integration with a minimum of Cost and reorganization and How the system has benefited schools in it is expected for release in Early the idea for the film came from Doris Assis Tant superintendent in the curriculum Branch on learning materials for the department of Terry Cassidy of the Atikokan High school staff was responsible for the compilation in the High school resource Centre of a master Index of All the books available in the com the Library system also handles super8 film tape overhead projector trans Par microfilm local television programming and 16mm film orders through the regional film libraries in Thunder a professional film Crew spent two Days in Atikokan filming in a variety of locations in Library and school sys the cameraman on the assignment was Richard letter Man whose work includes the film going Down the Thompson Lions club celebrates Milestone staff More than 200 Thompson Lions club members and guests Gath ered at the legion Here saturday night for the clubs third annual charter the guests included District governor Ralph Luhman of whose current Northern tour has included visits to Gil Linden an shed where the students plan to install 45 gallon Drums encased in Pon Toons they will build them the body of the bus will have a sundeck on the roof and a Walkway around its inside there will be a dining living washrooms and sleeping Emelei for about 20 the bus will have a value of about when its in the water and the students can end up with an equity of about said Mur the which is doing the work with a loan from the col will study such things As Marine pollution and weather they plan to install sophisticated radar and radio equipment on the bus boat candidate port age la special former mayor Linden announced saturday he will be a candidate in the u by electro for the vacancy on Portage Day Council created by the resignation of Auer an Cliff Unden became mayor four Yean ago when he Defeated Henderson who had been mayor for 20 header to ran against Linden two Yean afo but failed to unseat in the 27 election Henderson was elected mayor by a margin of 37ft vote Over already t candidate for the Council heat in the 15 Bye Lection a Norman a por Tage Kraft pulp production under Way v fort Spe Cial first use of bleached Kraft pulp produced in the on uric Minnesota pulp and paper company Kraft Mill Here began Kraft general superintendent Gerry Hutchinson said paper machine superintendent Jim Luodo reported no operating problems following its presently some one 100 tons per Day of fully bleached pulp being used in paper production in the fort Frances paper pumping of Kraft pulp to neighbouring International began Hutchinson trials of the dryer As Well As pulp baling opera Tion Are presently under it is expected of baled pulp to the Kenora Mill will begin Hutchinson said the new facility when fully operational will produce some 500 tons per Day of fully bleached and Semi bleached most of which will be used in the Mills at fort Kenora and International surplus pulp will be sold on the United states Lam also pie sent assistant District governor John Warner of Chur Robert pres ident of the Churchill Lions Cliff president of the Morris and Jake Frie and Geore president of the Pas and Harvey Bender president from during the evening the Thompson Lions president presented a Cheque for to Audrey president of the Young women Chris Tian for their organizations building governor Lehman commented on his meeting with some Lions at an International convention at Las world he was representing 124 he said what impressed him about his visits to clubs throughout the District was that All seemed to be up to their ears in practical service to their he cited a Community of 600 where with a Lions club of 49 members had been raised for a retired persons he also spoke of the Minnesota Lions who have sponsored an Eye Bank which has made 20 successful Cornea Eye transplants each club member throughout the state contributed annually for this a special collection was held to establish a childrens Eye wife killed in crash stolen truck Mobile bomb Reuter police warned monday that thieves who took a 25ton truck from a suburban garage were driving around with a Mobile bomb the vehicle has 20 pounds of gel ignite tucked away in a Glove compartment special a Sioux Narrows Lee and Ruth were instantly killed to a car Accident at Gay Michigan Obee for Yean operated bees freeze and Fame processing Plant at Sioux Narrows and wintered in they left Kenora Thunder for Tat South surviving r e three Doug in Sioux Gary in Dryden and Ronald in White of Cox narrow is 90 South of figure skaters undergo tests i at Portage Portage la Prairie a special Twenty four skate m took part Friday in the first i Canadian figure skating Asao citation test Day of the Portage i figure skating Tab for this receiving pass marts in the preliminary figures were Donna Oore Valorie Kopen and lome places Al Lori Bartlett was successful a panne her first in the preliminary and five candidates for dutch Waltz Roe successful Pascal were aim Lori Ferrial Donna Moore and Jalife passing Canasta were Judy am Moviel Money and Marianne St Westfal in the swirl testing were Muriel Matiele David Hewy Aid j a so Jolt Toome dances fire posed the to they bar Ira Lori Marie trim ced Hewer Ftak hires a Opportunity for youngsters who like to of is looking for original drawings about Christmas or some aspect of that to be Sedlor to station identification slides during the Christmas Holiday the contests open to boys and girls 12 years and artwork should be done on cards 11x14 please Prim age and Grade on Back of Winnipeg entries should be brought to reception Csc 541 Portage out of entries should be mailed to Csc Christmas drawing deadline for submitting drawings is december who Flat to be announced on four december 12m on

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