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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaYour insurance agent going to stay in rus Iniss in Manito iat we Are port Garry insurance fort Garry realty co. Ltd. 452.2132 1200 Pembina h Way Winnipeg free press saturday september 26, 1970 2nd class mail registration number 0286 moving packing storing Lorimer maps Way to enriched school life Centennial summer is Over but Centennial autumn and Winter Promise to be even More crowded with interesting Manitoba birthday events. It s already started with the Centennial air show which continues tomorrow at St. Andrew s Field North of the City. Here s Soine coming attractions that will continue our 100th birthday party right through the fall a country style fowl supper at the auditorium on monday oct. 5th, that will Appeal specially to Large families because of the one charge per family. A fall festival of the arts beginning with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet s new Ballet High performance with the Toronto Lighthouse Rock group which is already Selling tickets at a rate that makes a Start on oct. 7, one Day Early necessary. Helen Hayes the first lady of the american theatre and Joan Crawford movie Star of the 30s who s still most attractive in her 60s, both will be Here to Cele brate Manitoba s seventies As mom and pop festival month begins with the opening of the new Manitoba theatre Centre on nov. 2. The Mac has been overlooked in the season ticket comparison Between the Ballet and the bombers the theatre has sold for the coming season already. And another item of note when you re discussing the Cost of the Centennial Complex of the concert Hall Cost was raised by the sponsoring of seats at each by Public spirited citizens and by artists who have appeared in the Hall including Guy Lombardo who played there in the new theatre Centre has been raised the same Way. Arthur Fiedler of the Boston pops orchestra too Betti it in t moms and pops combines with Winnipeg conductor composer Bob Mcmullin on nov. 18 for a pop music and pop priced performance of the symphony Likely on the main floor of the Royal Alex hotel round which Many of the november events will Centre add to the possible events in the Royal Alex during november complimentary anniversary dinners for older couples selected at random Tea dances and supper dances Mart Kenny Rudy Vallee maybe Harry James members of the old Happy gang at noon hour the Best of the old silent films and not just in Winnipeg but All around the province tributes to those who worked on local Centennial projects. Messes Steinkopf Shore Stewart Decker and All the rest working on the fall and Winter program i Don t know How you la find the time but Good Luck in winding up our Centennial year with a shout instead of a whisper. Lesley Hughes instructor in red River College s English department warns me that graduates of the first two year nursing course now underway in that school will have a Little extra in feminine that s the name of a special English course at red River for the Nurs ing students that will teach them what the great mis a 12-month school year should not be ruled out As a possibility at the secondary level Mani Toba s Deputy minister of youth and education or. W. C. Lorimer says. This would not necessarily mean Normal activities would be carried on at All times Dur ing the year he says in an address scheduled for delivery saturday to the Saskatchewan Council of educational administration meeting in Saskatoon. It might be sufficient for a province to stipulate that a school year is to consist of hours. Local authorities could then decide How Many hours schools would operate each Day and what Days the schools would be open. They would also deter mine hours schools open and close and when vacations would be taken. Students then might be Able to learn other matters not nor Mally possible either because of insufficient time or a Lack of trained staff. The school Day could be shortened by entirely removing such subjects As Art music and phys ical education from the school curriculum or. Lorimer says. Let s have bigger and better programs carried on by recreational people specialists in these Fields outside of school hours in school provinces responsible for educational research could be aided in co operative projects with local authorities. Local authorities should also be afle to engage in experimental teaching programs and undertake research to evaluate their effectiveness he says. They would also be responsible for ensuring the Best and latest research is implemented in classrooms. Staff research should also be supported in addition to engaging outside consultants. A teacher of 100 years ago would not be lost in most pro Grams and procedures in to Day s schools. That is because we have not done enough research and have not put into practice enough of the Little we have an important link Between local and provincial authorities involves the area of continuing education he says. While there has been an encouraging development in the last 10 to 20 years there is still a Good Deal to be this might involve providing opportunities for Early dropouts to return to Complete their Edu cation or providing educational and recreational programs for adults. Increased Leisure time for children and adults will require provision of opportunities through cultural activities and these May be similar to or Dif Ferent from those offered by schools or. Lorimer says. Schools ought to provide Rich opportunities for children and adults in Art music physical recreation and Community action. At present we manage to occupy a Good Deal of the time of our student with a kind of medi Eval hangover called Home work. Most teachers know How in effective Homework is in a Good Deal of the educational pro if Homework were seriously reduced children would have More time on their hands and in that Case we should continue to expand bands and orchestras carry on All kinds of physical education activities provide the necessary Community action which is Neces sary for the development and maintenance of a Good society. We should recognize that this last one will produce a considerable rocking of the boat with consequent demands for better the Only competent authority to act As judge for these Peculiar and special needs would be the local authority. It is my View that there Are definite recognizable and essential services which our society needs in education which argue for a two tier system provincial and local. Educa Tion and society would suffer if either were flexibility will be required to adapt intelligently to meet changing problems or. Lorimer says. Ill gotten gains one year Trei ims mothers mates lady geniuses and spinsters were like in English novels and plays from 1857 to 1970. I be Only got one question do male nursing students have to take the Courser people and places and one place i want to be is the Centennial concert Hall on tuesday night when the great Ella Fitzgerald sings it like it was. And is. Kerb Capozzi British Columbia legislator former Calgary Stampede and Montreal Louette will Tell it like it is to the men s Canadian club at tuesday at the hotel fort Garry. Never a Man to hide his modesty former . Lion general manager Capozzi will Likely have cures for All our local ills including the bombers Lack of winning football. Eddie Mazur gives last minute notice that Manitoba knights of Columbus hold their Columbus Oty dance in St Norbert Parish Hall tonight. And thanks to the writer from c.f.s., Sioux look out Sam Lake ont., for the added information on Buzz Beurling John Mcmanus agrees with your version. A 23-year-old Winnipeg Man has been sent to jail for one year for using stolen identification and credit cards to acquire More than in Cash and merchandise from various greater Winnipeg merchants. David a Peters of 464 Spruce Street appeared in provincial magistrate s court earlier this month to plead guilty to two charges and was remanded pending preparation of a pre sentence report. Peters appeared again i court Friday to face a list o charges that had swelled to 1 All forgery and uttering ant false pretences. Crown counsel William w Morton told court that on aug 29, a watch and a Wallet con Taining personal identification and credit cards were stolen from a Man after he fell asleep in his car. Or. Morton said Peters gave a statement to police saying he had found the Wallet later that Day on the grounds of the legislative building and had used its contents to acquire More than in Cash and merchandise from various businesses Over the next three Days. Court was told Peters was arrested sept. 1 when he tried to Cash a forged Cheque. In passing sentence Magis trate John j. Enns noted the pre sentence report on Peten listed him As a drifter with s doubtful potential for rehabilitation at the present time. The magistrate told Peters that he Felt a lesson must be uhf it and Viand the Rouag Man that the parsing of bad cheques often seems to become an incurable disease with peo ple. Poor people want civic housing Aid by Esther Tennenhouse the welfare tenants and Low income centers of North Winnipeg Are demanding Bette housing. The tenants committee mount Carmel clinic will present a Brief on housing conditions in the North Point Doug Las area to Winnipeg Civi authorities tuesday afternoon. The Brief is signed by 45 Point Douglas tenants and ask the City to secure government financing to subsidize rents for Low income families and to buy renovate and rent older Homes in the area. Residents Are also demanding tax exemptions and renovation Grants for Low income Home owners and better accommodations for single individuals particularly old people. Mrs. Samia Friesen a Community development officer in the Point Douglas area will present a Brief illustrated with slides to prove the intolerable conditions of accommodations for welfare recipients. She said tenants Felt the possibility of government take Over of old Homes might Force the Hind of Absentee owners who Don t give a the document is signed by 450 tenants people scared to come because they Are afraid of being Cut off she said about 100 tenants All clients of mount Carmel clinic Are personally involved in the committee. The delegation tuesday will represent two thirds of the tenants in North Point Douglas area which has a population of in a Telephone interview Fri Day she said the City fathers will be shown the bad stairs holes in Walls poor electrical systems and Leaky roofs ignored by negligent landlords. Mrs. Anne Ross director of mount Carmel clinic will present clinic records of health conditions in the area. Mrs. Friesen said the delegation will present cases in which extravagant rents Cut into family food budgets and Are respond s i b 1 e for malnutrition and illness. Some pay for a one bed room apartment on the High incidence of clinic patients suffering from respire Ory conditions caused by rats cases of babies badly bitten y lice and insects will also be discussed. Six or seven delegates have prepared individual presenta ions. Mrs. Friesen said the infer Nal organization was initiated by mount Carmel patients. She Aid the housing committee exsted about a year ago but no Way had the guts for confronts. the committee s rebirth ver the past year was brought bout by the tenants growing Nger about housing conditions she Uki. Weather report writers contest announced morning Turpin Mai Cut be weft to vhf my i Cvar no Fly a Row Xvi Tim to of my Swifty. Atwo Toby if fam new a tuft an Mir Immy forecast 55 the Winnipeg writers society Friday announced its ninth an Nual writing Competition to residents of Manitoba ii years of age and Over. There Are three categories fiction non fat fast Aid poetry. Fiction entries most not exceed words and a tries deadline for entries is dec. 1.1170. Adjudicators will be prof. E. E. Reiner English department j University of Winnipeg for lie j Tina Peter Crossley of the i sure Magazine staff. Winnipeg free press for non fiction and prof. Chester Duncan. English department University of Mani j Toba. For poetry. First and second prizes and i two honorable mention awards be in each category. Winners will be announced i at the february meeting of the society. J for full particulars Prospect live entrants should write Toj mrs. A. M. Moore. Annual writ ers contest 240 Harard ave nue. Winnipeg 9. Pat Gregory and Friend arrows Mark he. Must s to Capo Hatch Snake s flushed with Success totted9 plants Cost photographer a 26-year-old Winnipeg photographer has narrowly escaped imprisonment after being caught growing marijuana in a Darkroom in his apartment. Donald Charles Rawsthorne of 461 Kennedy Street suite 12, appeared in provincial Magis pit Gregory s Anaconda k alive and Well after a 41 boor ordeal in a sewer pipe. The six Tot Anaconda a Noo pois Nooi Saake mysteriously disappeared from or. Gregory s East Kil d o n a n Home bathroom wednesday morning where he bad been left soaking in the Bathtub overnight. Or. Gregory a Post graduate student at the University of Manitoba said Friday in in interview he left the Snake in the bathroom so his other two pets a King Snake and a Buie Snake would have a Chance to eat their monthly meal in peace. Or. Gregory said the Ana Conda much larger than its two Cage mates has a habit of eating All the food and the others Don t get a Chance to eat anything. The snakes Only eat about once a month. The Anaconda however apparently objected to being shut up in the bathroom and tried to get out. The Only escape route bras though the toilet or. Gregory the Snake probably crawled out of the tub worked its Way across the bathroom floor then managed to get into the toilet bowl and followed the Drain downwards. By tapping the pipes and dropping stones Down them the owner was Able to find out exactly where his Snake was. A plumber was called in Friday to cot the pipe open and the two men called and tugged Unta the Anaconda finally came Loose. Or. Gregory working on his master s degree m Snake ecology said the Ana Conda did t appear to be injured by its ordeal Al though the usually mild mannered reptile did take a nip out of his master s hand during the Rescue attempt. He got a Little angry i the owner said. To feed the snakes. Or. Gre gory raises chickens in his basement. Be the Anaconda can Swallow a medium sized Chicken whole and that lasts about four weeks. A that is left Are the feathers and claws when the meal is Over. He said Anacondas can grew to a in Glt of 30 feet and weigh As much As 330 pounds when full grown. Or. Gregory said he got his Anaconda at a Winnipeg department store earlier this year for but after paying Friday s plumber Bill us Snake has Cost him maximum penalty for growing marijuana is seven Yean imprisonment and told raws borne that he had bypassed imposing a prison term Only be cause he accepted the Man s claim that he had been raising the plants for his own personal use and not for the purpose of trafficking. Trate i court Friday and pleaded guilty to charges of both cultivating and possessing Mari Juana. Federal Crown counsel David Margii told court that Early on the morning of feb. 20 Winnipeg police and members of the ramp drug squad raided Peters apartment and seized a Quantity of marijuana plants they found growing under a heart minister Rinc Toupin fluorescent Light planter in a j Friday announced the creation Darkroom and a bag and of ,4 my jobs in the province s two bags of marijuana j correctional institutions. They discovered in a drawer. The minister said the new new jobs created court was told Rawsthorne claimed be bad been growing the marijuana for his own use because be did t like the Type of people he bad to Deal with locally in buying the drug on the illicit Market. After bearing the evidence. Magistrate John j. Enns fined raw Strome and costs or 50j Days imprisonment on the Cul a positions have been opened As part of his department s plans for upgrading and intensifying existing adult correctional pro Grams. The most senior positions opened Are five supervisory Tevel posts which Bave been advertised and till be filed soon. Or. Toupin said in the near to vation charge and and i future eight additional people costs or 3d Days on the posses i a Fol be employed to add Imp Sion charge. The magistrate Tus to expansion programs at gave Rawsthorne two months to heading Ley jail and Vaughan pay the fines. 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