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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaIs your insurance agent going to stay in business in Manitoba we Are fort game insurance fort Garry realty co. Ltd. 452-2132 1200 Pembina h Way Winnipeg free press saturday october 24, 1970 2nd class mail registration number 0286 Leaver moving packing storing phone 786-6081 for free estimate or brochure . Allied Van Lints United Way beneficiary to help others George Coroneos one time business Man Ager of the Blue bombers Back in the Days when Bud Grant was also general manager As Well As coach is now with a new York Stock Exchange firm Hayden Stone in Greenwich Conn. I received a note from him following mention of his name in Coffee break in connection with a comment that his move from business manager of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet to the Blue bombers was Likely the Only time a football team raided a Ballet company. In his note George says he remember Winnipeg As a City of great , hospitality and infectious warmth for human beings. He also enclosed a Short editorial comment from the new York daily news which is headed loud cheer for Trudeau and endorses completely the prime minister s action in applying the War measures act. Mrs. David Brazer 45 Smithfield Avenue West Kildonan also heartily endorses the government action in the current Quebec and Canadian crisis she has composed a Telegram to the prime minister Assur ing him of the backing of All citizens who sign it and any one wishing to do so May see the text and add their names at a Cost of 10 cents per name at the in telegraphs there s also one of sympathy from local citizens to Madame Pierre Laporte and family with the same charge per signature. Mrs. Brazer notes that neither Telegram is sponsored by any organized group political or otherwise but Are the sentiments of those who sign. Barbara Dickson Janice Isbister and Gail Colclough Are three charming and very patient Sair Midwest stews who certainly rate High with the 115 Manitoban who were on wednesday s Manitoba special to Vancouver which was piloted by Captain Barry Mcdonald with co Pilot Bill Tonita. Two More Young ladies who were personable Manitoba were Shirley Rich Lew miss Blue bomber and Darlene Meyers miss Mani Toba Centennial. Guests of radio station Job were mrs. Cece Sanderson of Russell Man., and daughter Barbara a student at major Pratt High school in that Community. They were ably looked after by red Alix and his Ever Youthful wife babe who i Hope won t mind me using he nickname. Incidentally Job s action line will have a new hos next week Jack Day of Edmonton while Jack Shapira takes a rest. And Jack sounds like he s been enjoying his morning duties on the program. And add to the capable younger Man Toba representatives the eight girls and four boys from Portage Indian residence glee club directed by Gordon Billows a science teacher at Arthur Meighen school who received a lot of his choral training As a member of Winnipeg s Daniel Mclntyre choir when it iwas directed by Glen Pierce now music director of Winnipeg schools. And a word of Praise for Maitland Steinkopf who worked himself to the fatigue pointed Veillet de .01i Verio Morley Decker and big Jim Quinn of the Centennial corporation. Weekending. Scotland on the screen tonight at the playhouse theatre sponsored by the United scottish six films of scottish areas As they Are today according to Bill Logan. Lighthouse the Rock group that played with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet is at the University of Winnipeg gym tonight. It s fight night at the Winnipeg auditorium monday night with closed circuit to of the Cassius Clay Jerry Quarry contest Isom Atlanta Georgia just How lean Yon Cassius is i Don t know but i m sure he has a hungry look after his last real fight in March 1967 outside of his draft dodging court Battles. And outspoken Canadian author Farley Mowat will try to answer the question. Can we survive monday at . At the University of Winnipeg free admission to the Public. His latest Book my discovery of Siberia is due for release next week. By Wally Dennison or. George Delory won t Only Benefit directly from donations to the United Way of greater Winnipeg Campaign but he will help put the dollars to work Aid ing others. Or. Delory partially Para lazed by a stroke suffered in 1956, is one of four handicapped people on the Board of directors of the society for crippled Chil Dren and adults of Manitoba. No doubt few people could be More deserving of election to the Board than the 61-year-old former associate professor of biochemistry at the University of Manitoba. His most recent Honor was a certificate of Merit last april from the dictionary of International biography. It cited his distinguished service to Clini Cal while All his Well deserved rewards Are for past services or. Delory is continuing to make a beneficial Impact both As a Board member of the society for crippled children and adults and the society s Liaison committee a group of about 20 handicapped people. The committee which meets Friday mornings at the Kins men Centre 825 Sherbrook Street has done research into the needs of the handicapped and How they can be education ally motivated. Some of the research resulted in a Brief to the Senate commit tee on poverty and or. Delory contributed significantly to that report. Before coming to Canada in 1948 to accept an associate professorship at the University of Manitoba he had been teaching and doing research at the University of London medical col lege. His stroke in 1956 occurred a few months after his wife died. Soon after recovery however he took up teaching again at the University Here and undertook a year Long Effort of writing a new edition of his textbook on certain aspects of biochemistry. Or. Delory continued teaching until 1964, when complications arising out of his stroke set in and forced his retirement. The left half of his body is now paralysed. A cheerful Man who takes his Handicap in his stride or. De Lory is a firm supporter of the United Way. For years i contributed to the Campaign with out knowing too much about it and never realizing the time would come when i would need assistance from one of its Agen he received an honorable mention last year for non fiction and poetry from the Winnipeg writers society and a religious verse was among the works included in a recently published Book of poetry. Youth stars will sparkle or. George Delory holds certificate of Merit paraplegic group honors two men the Canadian paraplegic As weather report morning bulletin thick tog was reported carry this morning in the Churchill. Thomp son and Well at in parts of Northwestern Ontario and some patches were Alio reported in Southern Manitoba. Drier air is edging slowly eastward and As a result a Rainy skies win prevail Over Southern and Western Manitoba White Dull weather persists Over the Ontario regions and the far North. A weak disturbance approaching from the Southwest Wir genre Cloudy skies and a few showers to sort Fem Manitoba sunday. Figures on the map indicate expected High temperatures today i forecast for greater Winnipeg. Tel Talala Todar Kwh mar Low to 24-Lhnw period Wimch ended c today Mac. A Tel 57 57 it x 35 35 f Al v wt7w a 6 Socia Tion on the occasion of its 25th anniversary Friday night Aid tribute to two men for heir work in establishing a Western division of the spa and working towards a better Quali y of life for paraplegics., the association at a dinner Leld at the Canadian forces ase made special presenta ions to Tony Mann and Eric j. Yle. It was or. Lyle at the time a Ergeant in the Lake Superior who first brought the Light of paraplegics to the at mention of the Canadian govern ment. In 1945, after being wounded i action and brought Home to he Deer Lodge Hospital he wrote a letter to c. D. Howe minister of mines and resources criticizing the treatment Given to paraplegics. We have to be retrained for i a civilian occupation and now is the time for this to be he wrote. I we have heard so much i about what is being done for us people and by Damn if this is a Sample. 1 have had or. Lyle is Dow a Semi re tired Marina operator. He and his wife live in London ont during the Winter and operate a Marina near Dryden in the summer months. Or. Mann executive director of the Central Western division of the spa was honoured for his work in persuading architects planners and contractors to think of the paraplegics in the planning and construction on buildings and landscaping projects. I he has been instrumental in j convincing Many designers to install ramps rather than stairs in buildings to make them accessible to wheelchairs. As he explained Friday night Steinkopf satisfactory Maitland Steinkopf chair Man of the Manitoba Cen Tennial corporation is in satisfactory condition at Vancouver general Hospital after collapsing at Empire stadium wednesday night or. Stem roof 58, who led a Manitoba delegation for Manitoba night at the stadum collapsed faring of Tibai game Between of Winnipeg Bate bombers and the British of Imbia Lrons. He apparently it takes so Little but it Means so much to so Many j. Andre Ouellette Deputy minister of social development and acting Deputy minister of health was guest speaker at the meeting and made the presenta Tion to or. Lyle. Vote first when residents of the Federal Riding of Lisgar go to the polls nov. 16, it will Mark the first time that canadians under the age of 21 will have the right to vote federally. Under recent Federal Legisla Tion 18-year-Olds Are eligible to vote in Federal elections. Figures released Friday by Jim treble the returning officer for Lisgar showed that voters will be eligible to cast ballots in the by election. This is More voters than there were in the 1968 general election. Or. Treble said the majority of this increase is the result of the newly eligible voters. This influx of Young voters is in keeping with the generally Young picture of the Lisgar by election where the Liberal progressive conservative and new democratic party candidates Are All under 30 years old. The by election was called Fol lowing the death of conserva Tive my George Muir in sep tember. The candidates Are Ken Hanssen 25, a lawyer Liberal representative. Jack Murta 27, a Fanner progressive conservative representative. Gary Enns. 23, a student new democratic party repro i tentative. Opening nights have always generated their own special kind of excitement and his sparkle will be car ried Over into an entire weekend when Manitoba theatre Centre begins its new season in a week s time. After All Mac has some thing to celebrate a new theatre building and the re turn of Many of the people who helped build Mac. Among those who have accepted invitations to at tend the opening festivities Are Canadian actress Toby bobbins Jean Carson wife of Biff Mcguire Darren Mcgavin Leslie Neilson and Anne Miller who has just finished playing mame on Broadway. Events for the weekend program Are to be Many and varied. Featured will be a breakfast with the stars at ., oct. 31, at the Centennial concert Hall to meet the guest stars the official turning Over of the theatre building to Mac president Albert Cohen and Board a Sod turning Cere Mony for the new cultural Centre to be built in St. Boniface and Tours of the Mac building. There will also be a presentation of a program outlining the his tory of theatre in Manitoba. The whole shebang will culminate with this season s first performance a Man a Man written by Bertolt Brecht and directed by John Hirsch one of the founders of Mac. Anyone requesting More information on these activities can Call the Manitoba theatre Centre for details. Mrs. I. C. Mcrea left and Gloria Shapiro discuss details of next week s opening of the new Manitoba theatre Centre with Gerry Eldred administrative director of the Centre. Many varied events Are planned for the opening including the return to Winnipeg of Many people who have Over the years helped develop the Mac. Added time detrimental to system says teacher agent the business agent of the Winnipeg teachers association Howard Loewen said Friday that the Winnipeg school Divi Sion s proposal to add a Manda tory one hour and forty minutes to teachers work Day would be detrimental to the school sys tem. Or. Loewen said that the 30 minutes per Day lesson preparation Day time during the teaching for elementary teachers was requested on the grounds i that it would improve lessons. I we Are representing the teachers and they Are the ones i who knows what s happening in i the said or. Loe Wen. Or. Loewn s submission was before the arbitration Board on the contract dispute Between the Winnipeg school division and the teachers association. The division has proposed that on the evidence that some teachers arrive at 8.30 And stay until 5 . And spend part of the lunch period preparing lessons that the time should be brought into the con tract As mandatory time spent on duty. Arbitration Board member lawyer Roy Gallagher asked the school Board committee if in fact by instituting the Manda tory hours that the teachers were being turned into "9 to ing to the taxpayer that teach ers did spend extra time at school and that teachers did not come and go with the students. Or. Loewen asked or. Rit Chie if the school Board bad tried but the question went unanswered. Or. Ritchie said that because the teachers get a Holiday taxpayers two month probably were of the opinion that they fivers and not As professionals j should work hours to jus. Who would voluntarily spend the i Ify wages preparing for at present it is up to the Tea taxi probe commission named non fiction deadline nears j but the school division and the teachers association Are a i Guing Foyut preparation time 1 for elementary school teachers. On the other hand the proposal i by the division for the extra time spent at school to involve i All teachers in the Winnipeg school divison. The hearings begin again next tuesday and there is a possibility that both parties will conv mrs. Joyce Cox Krc draws the Winner Glenboro woman wins prize the first wekly Winner As vember. Of or. Pfar Jessra s a rfcs. Or. Graham writes or. Terms few wifi toe x. Fjiran turf v. Vast if ref

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