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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba21 Winnipeg free miss thursday oct Iii 29, 1970 by Wally Den son Canadian schools should be Radical education changes proposed disestablished by educational and replaced passports or credit cards says or. Ivan 11 Lien one of the most controversial figures in the roman Cath Olic Church. The passports he claimed would equalize educational opportunities and permit All canadians to be educated As they pleased. This was one of the major Points or. Illich made at a news conference and dialogue ses Sions with the 550 delegates at tending the Milieu 70 conference in the hotel fort Garry. Or. Jullich founder of the enjoy those pacing around titling on the amongst ballroom floor and who could and did just As easily take off his socks climb on to a table and sit Buddha like while continuing to expound on the absurdities of. The educational system. As he explained at one Point he wanted to convey his gut ten per cent of the wealthiest consume 35 per cent of the educational resources in Canada under the present system or. A a second network of learning resources would be a skill w change Pool everybody using educational passports would be compelled to teach others in his particular kill As the privilege for having a passport or. Illich said. A peer Matching system would be a network. A Illich said. Needed was guarantee Centre for intercultural Docu mentation in Cuernavaca mex Ico said the educational system is a major Roadblock to learning because it limits the availability of learning materials and discriminates against the poor. Learning materials he planned Are locked up in sex the educational system thus reducing their availability by restrict ing their use. No educational system had yet been developed where the Rich Don t have disproportionately More Money spent on their education than the a former Catholic priest who against regressive exploitation by the moreover can Ada in t even Rich enough to support eight years of school for everyone under the present graded system and the regressive taxation which supports that system he argued. Educational passports o r credit cards would remedy this. Governments instead of person desiring to learn a cer Tain topic for example would simply advertise in some Way his wish to gain such knowl Edge in turn those desiring to impart particular knowledge could publicize their availability. A fourth network x would be made up of educational advisors and highly specialized thinkers or. Illich said. Such a person would pay an initial registration fee for the Opportunity to Dis tribute his knowledge and the amount of his earnings would depend upon the number of Stu dents he attracts. Supporting schools would pour i what to do with school build rocked his Church refusing to accept in 1960 by the Church line against birth control or. Illich was the keynote speaker at Hie conference sponsored by the Vanier Institute of the fam ily and the Canadian Council on children and youth. Delegates soon realized that the tall gaunt figure in rumpled trousers dark sweater and open necked shirt was a free thinker who won t Bend to orthodoxy if that orthodoxy is considered by him to be irrational. The crowd saw an intensely expressive Man who would their Money into the passports which would carry equal Mone tary credit entitlements for All canadians. And or. Illich suggested a set annual interest could accrue on the card so that if the bearer was t motivated to use it when it became applicable he could choose to do so later. At the news conference he suggested four Independent net works of learning resources to replace schools and into which the passports would Purchase entry. First the cards would be used to gain Access to those objects in which the memories of humanity Are deposited books films museums and so Forth. Present educational monies could also be diverted to the development of storefront Bio logical laboratories and other such imaginative ventures in disadvantaged areas. Ings or. Illich said they could be used As Public teaching a person could inquire at the main desk at any time if he wants instruction in a cer Tain area. Criticizing the present Tern he called the selection of an education curriculum the pretentious manipulation of canadians he said Are be coming aware of he psychological damage the educational system inflicts on children and teachers. Canadians Are just now at the Point where they see the schools Are taking Money from the poor to give to the referring to the spiralling costs of education he said the More Money you spend on treatment the More sense of a Lack of treatment you he noted that the United states government had recently admitted uittvs3 billion it had spent Between 1965 and 1968 on compensatory education for disadvantaged children had re suited in no significant improve Niento in the performance of the six million children the Money was intended to Benefit. In fact studies had shown the Gap Between the disadvantaged and the Normal students had widened during that four year period and furthermore an other 10 million More education ally handicapped children had been discovered. In Short Money can t remedy a crazy institutional setup. As More teachers Are produced the More learning de pends on teachers and the More unresponsive the population be the Vienna born social re or. Illich said he was impressed by the style of prime minister Trudeau when he heard the War measures act had been invoked i Canada. Asked about the implications of the legislation for canadians he said i know too Little about Canada to make a reasonable statement on i come from a continent where the rhetoric about Vio Lence is so commonplace As to become announcement former and educationist said the War measures act is giving canadians a Small taste of he repression brazilians have Een experiencing for Many years. The repressions of the War measures act Aren t As severe As the limitations placed on persons who have not yet reached 18 someone has decided a 16 year old can t vote does t know How to use Money and can t be trusted to live and these restrictions Are harder to live with than the War measures act he said. Police capture second Escapee the second of two men who escaped from heading Ley jail it. 21 has been recaptured at Portage la Prairie. Murray Pratt 22, will appear in court to face a charge of escaping custody. He and another inmate allegedly sawed through steel bars in a cell window after placing dummies in their Beds. John Edward Kubara was remanded one week when he geared in magistrate s court monday on a charge of being unlawfully at Large. Salt Content Salt Lake City four barrels of water from great Salt Lake in Utah will produce after evaporation about one Standard barrel of Salt. Three die in fire rep Deer Anta. Up a father and his two step children died tuesday night in a House fire in the City s North end. Police said Reginald Gray 25, died while attempting to save his two Stepsons Michael 2, and Allan 4, from the upper floor of the family s two Storey Wood Frame dwelling. A 10-months-old baby was res cued by her Mother Susan who was visiting a neighbor across the Street when the fire started. Neighbor Paul Hartwig said he noticed thick Black smoke coming from a second floor win Dow arid the Chimney of the Gray Home. His wife telephoned the fire department and he rushed into the burning build ing. Or. Hartwig tried to get up the stairs but smoke and heat forced him Back. I saw Reg coming from the ground he said. I told him too late late go Baek. But he kept coming. "1 tried to Stop him but Heel bowed me aside. My kids Are up he or. Hartwig said he and James Tangjerd principal of the North Hill e 1 e m e n t a r y school tried to get to the Burn ing second floor but again were forced Back by flames heat and smoke. Cause of the fire had not been determined. Smith govt. Quits Halifax up Premier g. I. Smith and his progressive conservative government re signed today paving the Way for Liberal Leader Gerald Regan to form a new government tonight. Or. Regan and he new Cabi net we 1 be sworn into office by Lieut gov. Victor gland in the red chamber of province House. 1 or Smith presented the writ ten resignation of his govern ment to or. Oland at govern ment House. The liberals won 23 of the 46 legislature seats in the oct. 13 election while the progressive conservatives won 21 and the new democrats two. Public invited to use Parks Kenora ont. Public hat been invited to use the provincial Parks in the Ken Ora District for snowshoeing picnics snowmobiling or ice fishing. A. A. Gordon Ontario department of lands and forests spokesman pointed out however that Hunting and Possession of firearms Are not allowed in the Parks. A set of rules has been posted in the Parks per Taining to Protection of the frag Ile environment injury to Trees and disposition of garbage. Long history a form of Bowling was played in Egypt As Early As 5000 by. The clean environment commission notice is hereby Given that applications have been nude or the Issue of an Ordinary licence in respect of the following applicant of lilt hoc barn Opha Tion location 9-6-61, . Of Ham Var pursuant to the provisions of the clean environment act the clean environment commission will consider the above application and May an Ordinary licence to the applicant unless it receives objection to the Issue of a licence to the applicant. Any person who has an interest or is Likely to be affected by and wishes to object to. The Issue of in Ordinary licence to the applicant May prior to the 19th Day of november 1970, submit his objection in writing to the commission at room 304 Norquay Eui Ding 401 York Avenue. Winnipeg 1, Manitoba setting out the ground of his objection. Where the commission receives an objection to the Issue of an Ordinary licence prior to the 19th Day of novem ber 1970, a Public hearing will be held to consider the application and the objection at a place and time of which the applicant and the objector will be informed. Proctor citation blender Sale 17.99 56 to. Container. . Motor. Disco Mfd pyx and Cor High Warl after 35 years catering to the retail fur Trade in Winnipeg Cohen Katz fur co., Alaska fur co. Ltd., 266 Edmonton Street Are delighted to announce that they have merged with Reiss furs ltd., 281 Mcdermot Avenue and As of january 1st, 1971 they will operate from the Reiss fur location. As a first step in preparation for our merger we have planned Iona blender Muhm 7 loved pm Batten blander 41 of. Container Chrome Beta. Sale Philips elec knife Lack handle. Sau . Portable hand mixer Saie Mary Proctor Iron Sale Sunbeam 2 it. Elec. Kettle Sale 9.99 Rubbermaid Bath Mats Sale 2.19 b thermos bottle Sale pyrex rape m it. Cei mrele writ Candle warmer. Pyrex Ware pyrex Ware i. Coloured Meta lift bowl. Pyrex Ware Sau Freezer wrap ii i. Wide. 30 Roll. Sale Bon Ami powder 4 a Sale up Sale car inc Ware not pyrex Ware Jet Spray Fen Ami is m. Sale Dii Hei. Sale Borg bathroom scale Sale 11.79 Johnson squeeze mop Sale maplex35pce.setmelmac sale12.99 Rubbermaid Drainer tray Sale 1.85 oem. Close Ott Sale 266 Edmonton Street All our furs will be sold Al Hie lowest Price thermos bottle j Muskrat Coats dyed full length 5 Mouton lamp Coats 2 Hudson Seal Coats 1 Cret persian Lami coat 1 Kitova Alaska Seal coat 1 Lack persian Lami coat Sapphire Mink trim 1 Slack persian lamp coat. Lutetia Mink trim 1 Hack persian lamp coat. Ranch Mink trim i Slack persian lamp coat. Ranch Mink trim i Lack persian lamp fitted coot. Pearl Mink trim pastel dropped Mink coat t pull length dropped Mink coat i full length horizon Tal Pearl Mink coat i full length wild Mink coat 1 re acid Raccoon coat i Sapphire dropped Mink jacket i Orchid dropped Mink jacket i wild dropped Mink jacket i pastel full skin Mink jacket i Pastil horizontal Mink jacket close out Rig. Sale w 169 i 245 s95 59s 9s s9s s9s lion 375 259 895 375 550 445 495 445 895 1095 895 1095 375 995 495 375 495 i ranch Mink stole 1 Pastil Mink stole i wild Mink stole i ranch Mink Cah i Sapphire Mink Cape Marl and Aleutian Mink stoles Orchid pastel Mink jacket Lun Araine Mink jacket pastel Mink Mink Coats combined with leather pastel Mink Paw Coats ranch Mink Coats. Horizontal Cut ranch Mink coat. Fully dropped i Muskrat flank jacket dyed jackets Mink trim i Tlack of Tolan last jacket. Black Mink trim i Mack persian Paw jacket Purn 1 Hack i asian last jacket. Pain natural Muskrat Coats coat cellar close out tic. Sau 400 Sale 3.49 this Sale continues thru Christmas. We have to re Duce our inventory drastically shop for Christ Mas gifts now and save up to 50% thru out the entire store. Iona Ham dryers gym ttafym0 tvs to it Tami to full Eek Eureka Cordaway vacuum Sale 89.95 64. Electric floor polisher Sale 24.95 Yearance Sau 25% off on All fishing tackle Mono Mefs ugh mat mrs Curling Broom Indyck la duh polka Dot 3.88 Disston n Uno jaw Sau Reg. 11.97 Sale Stanley hand tools clearance prices Sherwood hockey stick wet Cuatro skin Power tools at com ranch prices in. O to. I Cohen Katz fur co. Alaska fur co. Ltd. Towia All Purs Art off til f fam. Thursday Wiota 410 main savings up to 50% in every dept

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