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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaBe urfi Weff trapped behind enemy line and the temperature do like it fade out for a Broo Hilda air. Olivia. I la my tomorrow. Sesame Street Winnipeg free press monday november 22, 1971 Archie i did t see anyone was t to miss eat All russian lunch exciting what s for lunch did you enjoy it Blondie Dagwood j my goodness All you 1x3 is watch foot Ballon television rip Kirby f sometimes 11 think you love v football 5f More than mud i Don t know about that dear Buti know i love you More than basketball Tefs nothing a prisoner now and or. Ault won t even let me talk to him. I be never when Are Yoli 7 that s we re 6owe to let a bows it any Aren t up and be slap you something to eat i and Lois t will be Jon per leave everything to me. You romantic no use her illusions. But love in t the problem Here. Half hitch More Interlake meets set Arborg Man. Special Eric Stefanson general manager of the Interlake development corporation says the health services Survey committee has to Date held nine Public meet Ings and has three More meet Ings scheduled at the Fisher Branch Community Centre on thursday nov. 25 at 8 . With David Werthman planning and research Branch of health and social development As speaker at the Arborg Community Hall monday nov. 29 at 8 . With Harry Heaton of the Manitoba Hospital association As speaker and at Gimli composite High school wednesday dec. 1 with David Werthman As speaker. Or. Stefanson said this will Complete the initial round of Public meetings. W. H. Pen Dree chairman of the committee said speakers have dealt with what is new in the Field of health services and discussions have centred on what Are the health service needs of the various areas. Or. Pen Dree said attendance at meetings has varied. In some places attendance a been excellent however in Al cases audience participation has been Good. The corporation has received a number of written briefs which indicate interest by the Public in the health services requirements of the Region. Or. Pen Dree said the commit tee plans to present its submission and recommendations to the Interlake development corporation by february. Requests from left mayor Ernest Carter of Kenora Kendall Hansen Ontario tour ism and information minister Fernand Quindon and Kenora District Camp own ers association president Dick Motlong were in attendance at the fall Windup of the Camp owners held recently at Kenora. Or. Quindon new in his portfolio is Best known for his work in establishing the thousand islands Park on the St. Lawrence River and upper Canada Village. Indian chief counsels teachers on North reserves by Bob Lowery Thompson Man. Staff my says Brandon Man. Special a request for the minutes of the Manitoba Hydro Board meet Ings by a member of the legis lature s standing committee on Public utilities has been ignored e. R. Mcgill la for Brandon West said at a meet ing of the women s progressive conservative association in the Owca lounge Friday afternoon. Or. Mcgill went on to say that on oct. 5 he had written a letter to the chairman of Mani Toba Hydro David Cass Beggs expressing interest in Hydro Board decisions with respect to the Lake Winnipeg control and Nelson River projects and re Quested minutes of meetings since Jan. 1, 1970. The letter has never been acknowledged. He feels the decision to proceed with the Lake Winnipeg chief Walter Monias of Cross Lake gave a. Firm but Friendly warning to the More than 87 teachers participating in a Northern area workshop Here Friday maintaining that their Job is in the classroom and not n Community affairs. With a unique touch of humor which Drew laughter and applause from the educators who each in schools in eight communities in the Indian affairs department s Western Manitoba education District the chief re called that in past history of education there were times such As in the French revolution where teachers did not mind their own business but got involved in political matters and their Heads rolled. The French leaders just chopped their Heads the chief said. Don t forget we Only Scalp Heads in in keeping with the aim of the workshop to Advance the professional development of the teaching staff of the Western District chief Monias offered his View on the roles of teach ers in the communities. Teach ers he Felt tend to come in and so to speak set up shop. By this i the chief said they say or at least think i happen to be the most educated person in Here so i shall be Boss. I will organize some associations and these people will do my teachers will have to realize he said that there Are some administrative organizations such As to mayor and Council or the Chie and Council where they Shou get their support for the proach things. I can personally assure you that it will not work in my teachers should not be involved in political matters re lating to Community affairs and internal problems which have elected representatives of the people to Deal with he said. Perhaps this is where you teachers do not get the support of the people s representatives. Your task is in the classroom and not in Community another urgent need the chief cited was to have truant officers on the reserves. We have All the teachers the school aids school books and he said. How Ever we seem to have left out the fundamental necessity maintaining school he thought truant officers should be Well paid and should preferably come from another Comann Riter preceding the chief on the convention roster of speakers was mrs. Margaret bean of the professional development department Manitoba teachers society. Others who took part during the three Day meeting included or. Howard Klein and j. Hammersmith both of the curriculum studies its not Gong to the store i dislike its not even the traffic or the Parkins or the prices. Its just that i dont have a plow 5roan time i ask vouto60 to the store Beetle Bailey x top if by by Topay put him 0n ? control project before develop Bright ideas. The Way it ment of the Churchill River i operating now and has in the version will Cost the province past is the wrong Way to a Many millions of unnecessary dollars. Two concerned men have re signed he said. They Are former Premier d. L. Camp Bell a member on the Hydro Board and Chris Christiansen assistant manager of Hydro. Or. Mcgill was introduced by mrs. Irene Grummett who told the women he had three Daugh ters and a son that he had been a Pilot in the second world War and that he was manager of Brandon Airport police dog added to Force Kenora ont. Special Ontario provincial police con stable Danny Nosa and police dog Arko have joined the staff which had later been named of the District Headquarters at Mcgill Field in his Honor. Kenora. Or. Mcgill said four Bielec an Craf Veteran in Ger tons had been held in the prov Many for five years training Ince since he last spoke to the dogs prior to joining the Opp women 14 months ago. Of the Constable Nosa served for three most recent one at Minnedosa years at Marathon with the nov. 16, he said he believes Force before going to Dryden the results Are an important he has attended a dog handling indication of the feelings of the course which included dog Obe Zience care tracking Etc. When Large numbers turn Arco is a 22-month-old Regis out at the polls it shows they re tired German Shepherd who against he went has had extensive training on. Normally there is not a there Are eight other police Large turnout at a by election but to me a More than 80 per cent vote is significant he University o f Saskatchewan Donald York and or. Elba Cairncross Northern education program University of sask at c h e w a n and miss Berna Kirkness Manitoba education department. Leading the work shop was y. L. Cho Neyko assistant superintendent of the Western Manitoba division. The to be born out by the fact that invariably she was asked to. Teach by the Indian chiefs and a number of the local Resi dents. Asked what she considered to be the key to communication in these communities she thought it May have something to do with her reason of coming to the North. It she said because i understood4hat these people needed help. I like teaching and i treat these peo ple As miss Johnson has lived with the. Same Indian family for the last two years in Basterville. Annette smart of Welland has taught for five years at Pukatawagan Between flin flon and Lynn just love it4" she said and that is Why i came the first year she admits was just an adjustment after having taught in other parts of Canada for six years. The great plus however about these Northern Manitoba communities she said is the Chil Dren. I have never found Chil Dren so willing to learn and to All other teachers present agreed with this re Mark. Or. Jones commented on the outstanding Community support Given at the Basterville school. Teachers came from Nelson House Pukatawagan easter Ville split Lake. Cross Lake Poplar River Anc York Landing. Or. Cho Neyko said he was pleased with the fact that out of a staff of 85 teachers Only 18 were new to the District this year. In an informal interview with teachers and a Community Edu cation committee members the problems and opportunities of teaching in isolated communities were discussed. Establishing a basis of communication with the students and the Community is the mos important Factor in the View of on Jones principal of the Basterville school where enrol ment had doubled in the last new years and is now 200. He introduced one of his staff Une Johnson of Winnipeg who is spent 13 years teaching in Ian and Metis students at nor Vay House and Lake St Martin As Wen As three years at Cedar Lake before the move to was Turville when their area was was thanked Beachell. By mrs. H. F. Dogs and handlers stationed throughout the province with the Opp. Purpose of the dogs is to track lost persons escapees and find stolen property. Know better Premier Davis urged Kenora ont special Roger Beta president of the Northern Ontario tourist outfit ters association has appealed o Premier William Davis to get to know the North and to Ake Steps to enact legislation which Wei give Northern on Tario an equitable share of the in goods and services Avail poor relation with respect to i Public goods in the provincial j family looks Forward with eager anticipation to improve ment of its lot he pointed out that Industry won t come with out the labor Market and the i people won t come to stay until Basic services Sach As health. Education communication and. Transportation Are improved i flooded after the grand rapids he said he had Volunteer aids from the local people in every classroom. In one Case a House wife even pays a baby Sitter so that she can assist at the school. This adds greatly to the whole educational process he said. It makes the children feel More at Home in the school and is a great help with children have trouble understanding English. It s a lot of said or. Jones who came to Basterville from Victoria b.c., but there is great satisfaction to it when you begin to see results in peo he thought better schools with gymnasiums libraries and Industrial arts training facilities would be a great asset to the school children and the adult population. In his opinion the whole process of education would improve if More authority in programming and budgeting was left in the hands of the local education committees. Mrs. Luke Dumas chairman of the Pukatawagan committee and wife of the former chief thoroughly agreed with this observation. Two interesting members of the Cross Lake school staff Are or and mrs. Milton Arana from British Honduras. Or. Arana first heard about the opening in Cross Lake while Reading the Winnipeg free press while he was doing Post graduate studies at the univer dam was built or. Jones said miss Johnson was a person who readily established a rapport with people l Able is the province. Or. Betz says the people of and Northern Ontario suffer from an j i excessive Accident rate of the j tooth student Sadeq Fate Highway Halifax

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