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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaHomes in All districts 1200 Pembina hwy., Winnipeg 19, Man. 24 hour service 452-2132 Winnipeg free press Eaver thursday november 19, 1970 2nd class mail registration number 0286 moving storage phone 786-6081 Allied Van lines 12 tons of toys ready for Yule if you re tired of your Street some Day Santa is planning to ditch his Reindeer in favor of a tractor train or a Parachute drop this year. Or he might come disguised As a fireman. Almost greater Winnipeg firemen have begun re your preschoolers Aren t just As Sharp As the neighbors pair work on tons of toys Des _ _ f Tincup of Waco Tho kiddies on the next Street there s a ready made cure monday through Friday by just twisting your to dial to Street number six cwt. That s where sesame Street replaces your own address for one hour each morning from 11 to noon for the too Young for school kiddies. And Coronation Street takes Over your address for a half hour from . To 3 . For any adults in the House who want to take a Quick trip to a working class District in the English midlands. Coronation Street is now the longest running serial in television and the characters who inhabit the District around the local pub the Rover s return Are More real to Many than their next door neighbors. Ena sharpies a hair netted old Battle axe with the. Proverbial heart of Gold has been played by British Char Acter actress Violet Carson Ever since Granada television shot the first 12-week series in 1960 and she s such a familiar person to British viewers that she was even acknowledged by the Queen with the order of the British Empire in 1965. The series has running on the Csc since july of 1967 and the characters and locale Are old friends to Manv Winnipeg viewers today. Will Blouse Elsie Tanner a Divorcee finally meet or. Right will Mousie Minnie Caldwell an old age pensioner give up her recently acquired and expensive taste of wagering on the ponies there la be thousands of canadians watching tomorrow afternoon to find out just As they will be in Australia Hong Kong Gibraltar and Many other countries where the series is shown. Sesame Street does t have any pubs or adult hangups but it has the same attraction for the tiny tots that Coronation Street has for the adults plus opening the doorway to learning by use of techniques formerly used Only by to commercials and prime time comedy shows. The three to five year Olds Are exposed to the least painful learning processes i be Ever seen in educational to by the use of cartoons singing jingles music puppets film clips and performers. Yesterday morning i Learned All about the number lined for children across the province. It. Jerry Humphreys chair Man of the Santa Claus Parade said monday that 12 tons of toys about were collected saturday morning at City shopping centres. Working in fire stations jammed with donations from neighbors and other donors firemen across the City have Al ready repaired about items. Their wives Are outfit Ting dolls and repairing jew Elry for mothers of recipient families most saturday haul piled in the greater Winnipeg Gas co. Garage at Annabella Avenue and Sutherland Street is to be repaired by the Manitoba Indian brotherhood for children on Manitoba reserves. Members of the armed forces reserves will land drop or trek their Christmas cargo to the most Remote parts of the province. Firemen will throw a party for some to deprived City children in Early december at the Canadian base Here. It took1 six company vehicles and Many trips with a three ton army truck to collect the toys gathered saturday. Most toys Are destined for children under eight years old and children up to 12 years in the same family. Bank robbers hunted Winnipeg police Are searching for three men who wednesday afternoon got away with an undetermined sum of Money in a robbery at the Canadian Impe rial Bank of Commerce 325 Nairn Avenue. The Money is estimated at less than Bank manager a. R. M. Pfeffer said two men both armed with pistols entered the Bank just shortly before the 3 . Closing time. One Man guarded the door and the other went behind the counter and scooped the Money out of the tills. A third Man waited outside the Bank. Or. Pfeffer said police were notified by the Bank s automatic alarm system and that he followed the men outside the Bank in time to see them disappearing Down an alleyway be tween the Bank and an adjacent buildings. The men s faces were masked by ski Caps and they Are described As being in their Early 20s and each about five feet eight inches tall. Mary and Sharon seem to be wondering How All those toys Are going to be Given away. They need t in greater Winnipeg have the problem Well in hand. Here it. Ferry Humphreys chair Man of the Santa Claus Parade and Ian Sutherland Public relations officer for the greater Winnipeg Gas company show the children some of the toys which will be repaired and Given to children in Manitoba for Christmas. Three the adjectives big bigger and biggest and the let Ter and All through the use of the number three i was also exposed to repetition in Many novel ways of All the numerals from one to 10.1 May just begin rising at 11 . Daily names and notes Nice to hear that Fred Manitoba teacher contract urged Man sent Back to jail by John Gillespie the Manitoba association of Kember Public relations supervisor for the Manitoba telephones is Home from Hospital after surgery and expects to be Back at work in about a week. Hope Ian Grieve of Macleod s advertising depart ment makes it Home with the same Speed As Fred congratulations to Tom Miller Public relations officer for Manitoba nurses on his life membership in the Canadian Public relations society and congratulations also to Jack Skull . For Canadian National on his recognition by the St. John ambulance Assn. For his Long interest and support of first Aid throughout the in s Prairie Region. So it s been showing but Ever Young Golf pro Danny stack still managed to discover some Pussy Willows who think it s Spring but. Of course Danny lives in sunny St. James. Thanks to Friend Sam Saidman better known As Sam the cameraman for bringing Christ Mas Early to members of the pegu is Central High school 4h camera club in Hodgson after seeing an Appeal in cof fee break. School trustees voted wednes Day in fiver of the establish ment of one Basic salary sched ule to cover All teachers in Manitoba. The vote was on one of Many resolutions passed at the association s annual meeting which concluded wednesday in the Marlborough hotel. The salary schedule Resolution asks the govern ment to Institute the new sys tem with Only one round of negotiations Between the trustees association and the Manitoba teachers society. At present there Are separate contracts in each school Divi Sion. Waller w. Robson chairman of the resolutions committee and now vice president of the association said there would be one Basic contract with provi Sion for some variance in some of its terms in local areas. All of the resolutions will require further talks with either the provincial government the Manitoba teachers society or both before they can be implemented. Or. Robson expressed some disappointment that the trustees did not Cut Back on the number of resolutions asking for More Money. Outgoing association president Ken Compton Tad asked them to do so earlier n the week. A second Resolution Hsk cd that the provincial government Stablish an education Levy on the owners of Mobile Homes such a Levy would be compar Able with the local Mill a third major Resolution called for some system of performance rating of teachers and the payment of teachers based on performance As Well As academic qualifications. Or. Robson said this Resolution would have to be thrashed out Between the trustees and the Manitoba teachers society which he said has opposed such a system. Or. Robson said there Are Many instances where a teacher has devoted a Good Deal of time and Effort to cd tracer r i c u 1 a r activities. But the school Board is unable to re Ward these teachers because the teachers society won t let the boards pay More than the salary specified in the contract. Everyone in every profession today is rated on perform Ance except he said. Another Resolution asks the Manitoba labor Board to Grant some recognition and credit to students in vocational schools. It asks that time spent by the student in a vocational program be credited towards his or her apprenticeship training. Or. Robson explained that under the present system a student who drops out of school in Grade. 9 and enters an apprenticeship is several years farther ahead in obtaining his Trade papers than the student who completes school before taking an apprenticeship. Weather report morning bulletin to ask students if Thev really want drop in Centre fur a Mitha on mrm of mfr kits. My for Ami Tomp Antom he 20t me fit Rin a in it in two will cwt Mut to Inch pc ring my it left it a wow in Coivin Parr Vii of Rev a wow Wawn jump Tutt

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