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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press wednesday november 18, 1970 a voice now or Militancy by John Gillespie today s teacher is prepared to be militant if his demands for More involvement in the decision making process at All Levels of the education system continue to go unheeded the Manitoba association of school trustees was warned tuesday. Speaking at the association s annual meeting de Kowalchuk president of the Manitoba teachers society said the modern teacher is a highly skilled and professional educationist. The teacher of 1970 is impatient with restrictions which hinder the performance of the teaching task and is often frustrated with conditions which in t e r f e r e with class achieve or. Kowalchuk told the trustees. This teacher is not prepared to have a Finger pointed at him or her by segments of the Community As the cause of the ills in education today. If education is malfunction ing the responsibility for this condition must be with the decision makers and teachers Are not part of that process or. Kowalchuk said the teachers society is pressing for legislation which would Guaran tee teachers a say in the set Ting of policy. He attacked the trustees for expressing concern about the preservation of local autonomy while at the same time complaining about time spent try ing to solve local problems particularly contract disputes. Local autonomy Means just that and the Manitoba teach ers society is prepared to look at alternatives to local autonomy if the present practices and understandings Are unworkable and he said. He told the trustees to Stop he said that in schools where there exists Complete under standing among teachers principals and administrators there is an exceptionally High morale on the part of the school staff. The beneficiaries of this morale and understanding Are the pupils who regard school As a Rich experience and an adventure every he said. In schools where such under standing is lacking morale is Low bordering on and is reflected in the attitudes of the students. Or. Kowalchuk said it is obvious that Good working relations Between the school staffs and their trustees Are a vital Factor in the development of modern education systems. Teachers have the expertise to provide solutions to a great Many of your problems. While we Are always prepared to offer assistance i think it s about time that we engaged in a serious dialogue devoted to merged tourist groups to study economic angles Malvo w inn inner it f Tai i in tin 11 Kanoh j or. _ a. .1 __j., t 3-Day Synod set the 74th session of the Synod of the anglican diocese of Rupert s land will meet Here thursday evening to saturday noon in St. George s anglican Church Crescent Wood. In attendance will be clergy and Lay Synod members from 37 parishes in metropolitan Winnipeg and from 20 surrounding Points. The economic Impact of the tourist and convention business in Manitoba will be examined by the people involved in that business when the first annual convention of the tourist and convention association of Mani Toba is held thursday to Satur Day at the Winnipeg inn. The association was organized last november through the merge r of two Manitoba tourist association and the Manitoba travel and convention association. At this first annual meeting members Are expected to Dis cuss and ratify planning to Date but the emphasis at. The convention will be on panel discussions designed to explore the economic aspects of the tourist and convention business. The second Day of the convention will feature the first economic conference on tourism sponsored by the Manitoba department of tourism recreation and cultural affairs. A highlight of the closing banquet will be annual presen tation of Good awards to six Manitoban selected for outstanding contributions to Manitoba Over the years. This year s recipients 01 the awards Are f Abram Arthur Kroeke Rof East Kildonan Farmer. Mrs. Genevieve Brownell of Winnipeg former president i for tourism will be featured of Winnipeg housewife. 9 or. Hugh h. Saunderson of the University of Manitoba. I on thursday s program at the a panel discussion on thrust convention with Larry Ecroyd general manager of the travel Industry association of can Ada As chairman. Panellists will be Paul Dro Bolis of Thun Der Bay executive director of the Thunder Bay convention Bureau and Glen Moore of Foster advertising ltd., Winnipeg. Gerald w. Winnipeg former Kalaher director the Manitoba game Branch. 4 or. A. C. Abbott of Winnipeg surgeon. Margaret Burness of car Man Federal department of a i a culture. Playing games and Wake up to the fact that education is More than a set of regulations and act of government legalistic manoeuvring one up Manship and a lot of school or. Kowalchuk said Educa Tion is a human Enterprise involving individual people and their personal aspirations. The teacher learner encounter is the heart of the process and is profoundly affected by the actions of the trustees he said. Heads trustees William Norrie a member of the Winnipeg school Board tuesday became president of the Manitoba association of school trustees. He succeeds Ken Compton of Pembina Valley As president of the organization. The presidency and All other positions on the executive of the association were filled by acclamation at the association s an n u a 1 meeting which ends wednesday. The three Day meeting has been held at the Marlborough hotel. W. W. Bobson of Dauphin is the new vice president of the association. Asper picks Liba As executive aide Manitoba Liberal Leader i h. Asper has announced the appointment of Peter m. Liba As his executive assistant. Or. Liba has resigned As executive director of the Mani Toba Liberal party to take the Post. Or. Asper also announced the appointment of Cameron Osier As his research economist. Or. Osier 26, is manager of the Winnipeg office of acres West Ern limited. Further staff appointments will be made in the next few weeks said or. Asper As he proceeds to implement the pro Grams and develop the policies promised in his Campaign for the party leadership. Or. Liba is a former political reporter and City editor of the Winnipeg Tribune and was executive assistant to former lib eral Leader Gil Mol Gat now a senator. Or. Osier is a graduate of the University of Manitoba and Simon Fraser University and has worked with the economic consulting firm of Hedlin men Zies in Winnipeg since 1968. Party president Stan Roberts said the Job of party executive director is being advertised an that a successor to or. Lib won t be named Thi month. Or. Asper will speak at Sev eral meetings after the 1 Liberal policy conference in Ottawa this weekend. Nov. 25, he will address Public meeting in the North Hil Motel Brandon after the Annu Al banquet and meeting of the Brandon women s Liberal association. The next Day he will speak at the annual meeting of the women s Liberal federation of Manitoba at Liberal head quarters 667 Ellice Avenue. Nov. 28, he is scheduled to speak at the annual meeting of the Rupert land Liberal association in Manitou Lodge Pine Falls. Genevieve Brownell or. Ii. H. Saunderson speakers at the province sponsored economic conference Friday will include Edward l. Perkins of Kansas City senior consultant of Midwest re search Institute who will speak on the value of the tourist Industry to a Community and Gordon Bass executive vice president of Western International hotels who will address the noon luncheon. The Industry Speaks is the title of the morning panel Dis Cussion featuring Mickey Levine hotel manager and pres ident of the association speak ing for hotels boy Vickery of the Pas Lodge operator speak ing for resorts e. W. Ogden of up air speaking for National carriers and Phil Beimer of trans air Midwest speaking for regional carriers. Now that you be Given up writing the great Canadian novel what will you do with your typewriter sell it for Cash by writing the great fast action Low Cost want and to run in the free press want and Section. Just phone 943-9331 and get into the action. Winnipeg free press Canada s want and Section Appeal for funds to Aid strikers Texas designer lectures at u professor Elinor Evans de sign instructor from the school of architecture at Rice univer sity Houston Texas is the visiting professor for two weeks by Dudley Magnus James v. Goodison representing More than 700 strikers at motor coach industries ltd., Erin Street and St. Matthew s Avenue told delegates at a Winnipeg and District labor strikers with Christmas coming up and hoped he could get some chickens at least to put something on the strikers tables for Christmas dinner. Strike pay from the International office in Washington Council meeting tuesday his ?-c., or. Goodison Union would Appeal for funds to assist the membership. The walkout for More pay is this month at the University of now in its third week. Manitoba s school of Archit a i or. Goodison. International Ture. J representative of the internal an exhibition of her work and tonal association of machinists that of her students is being held j and aerospace workers Al until nov. 26 in the jury room Cio Csc and spokesman for of the John a. Bussell architect j the association s Winnipeg Turc building on the fort Garry Campus. Local 1953 at motor coach said it would be hard going for the in Check these Sample red bargain one Way coach fares win Peg to Vancouver Winnipeg to Toronto 25.09 similar Low fares apply to destinations All across Canada. Go now. Call in or your travel agent. Pm the meeting in the Union Centre will be a week but additional funds had to be raised and locals affiliated to the la Bor Council would receive a re quest for Money. The Council voted unanimously to endorse the strike and to help assist financially and in any other Way possible. The hourly rates of pay before the strike or. Goodison said had been for Tod and die makers this was the top he said. And rates go Down As Low As an hour a lot of men were get Ting he said. There had been rumoured threats that the company might move out of Winnipeg rather than pay More wages. But said or. Goodison. Fine if they have to go we re better off without the strike. He said would go on until March he thought he explained that the reason it was thought the Union had been demanding too much As High As 100 per cent and More i pay increases was because the rates were so Low compared with other similar jobs plants of other companies i j Winnipeg. Motor coach he i said had never made an offer j to the Union. Company officials have consistently refused comment on matters related to us strike. The company wrote to the minister of labor and said it would give increases to offset the Cost of living Rise since the last wage agreement Jnore ments. Tat be firm Fearn t writ Tea to sue Vator however. Only of foremen were wort Erin Street Taft and at 8w company s fort Garry part or Good Teon said. Fort Matvy Potice in sail Tad bees giving she a a Tod be she saving. On Miciu met Orion. 4f e barrel of monkeys or 3 Blind mice game. 49 Tonka toys v2 Price Xmas cards emf Bury 51 Pir we. Xmas cards glory Rug shampoo Susy homemaker Sweet Shoppe noxzema Sabre family . Bryl Creem Dio vol of finn Erff i . Irons lotion with Handy Ott Pemer 01. Head shoulders shampoo 89 3.4 07 3.4 or to 1.5 Tab. J1.39 tour Choice. Contact Frosst 317 Mem 1mh Roux Fanci Fuu Inse temporary half colouring 24 s Chlof Ouy Vicks formula 44 311 Donald St. Across from fee Capitol theatre phone

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