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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 15, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press. Thursday october 1j, 1970 province plans auditorium changes plans Are now under Way of the Manitoba government to begin making use of the Winnipeg auditorium Public work minister Joe Borowski said wednesday. The minister said in an inter View that renovations of the building at the Corner of memo rial Boulevard and St. Mary Avenue will begin following Cabi net approval of the final architectural designs that have been drawn up. Two year term for kicker a 55-year-old Man caught kicking in the Glass front doors of the paddock restaurant 1540 Portage Avenue on sept. 23 was sentenced to two years in prison wednesday after he appeared in Winnipeg Magis trate s court and pleaded guilty to a charge of mischief. The Man Frank Archibald Landry of 101 Mcdonald ave nue was arrested by police at 1 . Sept. 23 after he was seen smashing the doors valued at the building was purchased from the City of Winnipeg earlier this year for million. Plans Call for the provincial Library to be moved into the auditorium making More space available in the legislative building. The main Hall of the auditorium is to be subdivided into three floors and much of the space will be used for storing books and other Library Materi Al. Police said that two police constables patrolling in the area saw Landry walk up to the front of the restaurant kick in the doors then walk away. Magistrate Anthony j. Pilutik imposed the sentence after not ing that Landry had a Long record of previous offences. The smaller concert Hall in he auditorium is expected to be cent intact but a studio for broadcasting educational Televik Ion programs May be built in he stage area. The offices of the Queen s Printer now in the basement of the legislative building will also be moved to the auditorium. Other space is expected to be utilized by offices of other government departments. Consumer affairs minister Ben Hanuschak is still using the offices he occupied when he was speaker and office space for him will have to be found be fore the new speaker yet to be appointed can move in. Some of the additional space that will become available a the legislature will also be use for improved and enlarged press radio and television facilities and additional washrooms Are to be installed. Responsibility for the govern ment buildings fell to or. Borowski when he was Given the Public works portfolio recently. Formerly the government buildings had been the responsibility of labor minister a. R. Russ Paulley who was government services minister. Govt. Asked to Aid cultural education while subscribing to the cd Tural pluralism concept the jewish Community of Winnipeg wants government assistance i providing increased education opportunities for canadians i learn minority languages and about ethnic cultures and contributions to the Canadian Way of life. At the Canadian jewish Congress in september 37 representatives of Winnipeg jewish organizations met in a special seminar. Six persons including Abe Arnold Western regional director of the Canadian jewish Congress were selected to draft a statement to be presented at the Manitoba mosaic Congress now being held in Winnipeg. In the five Page statement which has been distributed t the 300 delegates vol. 4 of the b and b commission is cited a being generally of a positive and constructive the statement urges tha Day schools operated by Ethni and religious groups Shoul have government assistance. Yet government assistance of private school involves mor than just funding monies. It is most important to Dis cuss All needs very thorough and to plan very carefully of the fulfilment of justifiable welfare threat alleged George r. Tatlock. President of the insurance agents association of Manitoba said in Toronto wednesday that an nip member of the Manitoba legislature has threatened the insurance agents with the Mes Sage we re going to put you bastards on or. Talock speaking at the annual convention of the on Tario insurance agents association said the threat was hurled during a caucus meeting of the party. He said he did not hear it personally but was told about it by another a individual. That one statement. While urging the teaching of yiddish and hebrew in schools and As credit for University the statement notes that we the jewish Community should not give the impression that we Are trying to place other languages on a Par with if yiddish and hebrew Are introduced As optional languages related subject matter should not include religious instruction but should be limited to history and presently used history books Are criticized for failing to take proper account of the role of various ethnic and cultural groups in Canada s develop it is important that Canad n historians should begin to Ake into account the role of All ethnic and cultural groups be ginning with the native Peoples so that Standard history texts at All educational Levels will begin to reflect the Multi cultural make up of Canada s Popula the introduction of ethnic group studies into social Stu Dies and the essentiality of Good translations in language literature is also promoted in the statement by the Winnipeg jewish Community. And government services should not be limited to the provision of Grants for the Cre a t i v e activities of existing groups but the government should be asked to provide opportunities for study and re search on the various cultural groups that make up the Mani Toba mosaic As Well As to encourage original creativity which would link the heritage and traditions of All cultural groups with the Canadian the prospects for Multi Cul Tural ism in Canada finds its roots in the work and separa Ion of French Canada. Thus cultural pull dualism in Canada was made possible initially by the basically Bicu Tural lature of the Canadian Popula Ion More than 100 years before confederation. This by Ultra list created a unique Opportunity for the other ethnic groups who have entered Cana a largely since confederation and for the development of mul according to the statement if French Canada was completely frustrated in its unique i i social and cultural develop i the Opportunity for Cul sums up the attitude of the minority to take government in he adv Anu f Tom the Ontario group. J would be completely tet Manitoba s government is i not a social Democrat administration led by a Small l Liberal but a socialist regime whose objective is the control of Industry and he said that since the re Gime came into Power i 1969 it has attempted to deceive the people of Manitoba into believing that All it wants is to try to solve some of the social prob lems of car time. Instead in has shown to child heirs Aid society goes to Market Manitoban and the rest of Canada the face of of first to elite run m this the children s Aid society of Winnipeg was to open a Tempo i Rary form Ufim Booth at the Grant part shopping Centre thursday. The part of this Guiski of health tace a wed of net be staffed Fly social workers 9b Mcway in in. Fac d00di Cordi. 5 face pm draws Coop red River we Reserve the right to limit quantities prices effective until saturday evening oct. 17 fresh Manitoba grown stores at Ellice and Wall -1ozo Henderson Hwy St. Norbert Stonewall fryers Canada Grade a in. 35 for Quality lumber lumber Yards Stonewall pm. 284-4529 Teulon pm. 62 Ste. Agathe pm. 882-2244 for Quality car care and Low priced Coop gasoline service stations Ellie Wall Henderson Hwy. Rossmere Centre St. Norbert for Coop heating fuel and excellent free heating service Coop fuel and farm Supply dept. Pembina Hwy. Pm. 772-0405 become a member and part owner by buying a share for do it now red River Coop. All Leon meat easy to carve

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