Thanks to a ladies Bible study group from the Crossville United Methodist church, we have enough to order the filter replacement parts that we need to distribute to our Embrace families who are due for a change out at our July meetings. We also were able to buy 12 filters for children who are on a waiting list and have not received their water filters yet. I cannot stress enough the importance of these filters. A huge percentage of chronic sicknesses in this area are due to having poor water to drink.
Today the first hour of the Gawai morning June lst is to be used up blogging.
Poor students did not have two cents to rub together. There was no Sarawak Idol, or any reality TV to watch.
At best a radio could entertain a lot of students from a cook's quarters. Or a rich Chinese boy could bring his transistor radio around and allow some friends to listen to the pop songs.
Who would the students worship as idols? Our TLS heroes were our teachers who were revered and much respected. I believe the every Principal topped the list,followed by particular teachers who identified themselves with students. Cikgu Yusof Hanifah was in particular well liked.
He was an English teacher and was much sought after Master of Ceremony or Announcer in most occasions in Miri as he spoke such good English English. We as students admired his voice, his articulation, fluency and pronunciation.
Like our children who become fans of modern DJs, we were no different then. We loved his voice. To the smaller boys he was not only a teacher but a friend.
To this day, all his stuents still remember him and he is fondly known as DOC, for his doctorate which he acquired in later years. Ruthe A particular principal from New Zealand, was well liked just because it was rumoured he liked belacan.
Whether that was a fact, it was never established. Would Zainal now verify it?
To the girls she was a perfect role model. She was extremely pretty. And of course, she was very artistic. Then we also had another type of heroes. To most of the students as a whole, our role models were the senior students, out of whom school prefects were chosen.
Please note that I was never made a prefect Joni Mustapha Our sports men were also the heroes and role models. Foremost was the late Joni Mustapha who was a Sarawak hurdler in the 50's.
He dominated the event in 58 and I thought he was an Iban when I first heard him singing, during one of the school concertssometime in January ,when I first arrived. Alfred Jabu Alfred Jabu was an outstanding footballer. His style of playing reminds me of the Argentinian International Adilas.
Not only was he good but he never seemed to offend the opposing teams from the Police, Field Force, Transport Department. I have always wondered what he had that made him so good and smooth in the field.Casuarina cunninghamiana is a tall, nitrogen fixing tree suitable for cultivation across a wide range of climates, extending from cool temperate areas to the seasonally dry tropics.
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