Glenboro Gazette in Glenboro, Manitoba
12 Sep 1995

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12 Sep 1995

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Glenboro Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1995, Brandon, Manitoba Tuesday september 12,1995 m i r Kyj the Gazette Glenboro Manitoba preventative Medicine kidney disease a. try Hetry it in Canada. 13.000 have kidney failure severe enough to require dialysis or transplantation. An additional 2000 patients enter dialysis program Sauld Days continued from Page 5 1955-40 years ago-1955 arrangements Are being worked out to accommodate the Large Grade 3 and 4 class at Glenboro school. Or. R. Nielsen is the principal. A the Owen clan held a family reunion at Oak Park of the Starbuck school. Among family members attending from Cypress River were or. And mrs. H. Benny who were celebrating their 12 the wedding anniversary. From the tree Bank news e. Griddle and h. Clark took part in the Killavey Golf tournament last sunday while s. Criddle and h. Vane played at Shilo. 1965-30 years ago-1965 a Faye Ruston and Kathleen Chewings of Cypress River received their . Degrees from the Misericordia Hospital in Winnipeg. A Curling club members in Holland have been renovating their Curling club inside and out. A Ken Malyon was the recipient of the Glenboro collegiate memorial scholarship. He was one of fifteen students considered for the award. 1975-20 years ago-1975 a Glenboro Panther football team easily Defeated the Carberry team 66-0 keeping their undefeated string alive. A the canucks baseball team awarded trophies to Don Hurton batting Champ and Charles Hilhorst most valuable player at their season Windup. A James Street in Glenboro was extended North through the former school Yard and is now continuous from railway to Murray and Warwick lost its curve it is now straight through from Cochrane to Miles. 1985-10 years ago-1985 a Trevor Mowat delivered the first Load of Grain to the new Pool elevator facility in Glenboro. A Kelly Skinner of Brandon topped 170 golfers in the fall tournament at Glenboro. His 18 Hole score was 75. �?~24 Junior golfers wound up the summer season with a tournament. Winners were chosen in five age categories. A Glenboro Lions club assisted with the staging of the annual Terry Fox when 80 adults and children took part. Every year in this country. Kidneys Are Small but vital organs. They Are damaged by Many different diseases. When they have been damaged past a critical Point patients Are said to have chronic renal failure. Such patients have difficulty controlling the fluid and Salt balance within their bodies. They also develop High blood pressure anaemia and Calcium abnormalities. Fatigue is probably the most debilitating symptom. Dialysis costs Between 50 and 58.000 dollars per our letter Box dear editor another author and myself art4 writing a Book entitled ghost stories of the West. We Are looking for any tales from Western Canada and wonder if your readers know any spooky stories past or present which they would be willing to share with us for the project. We will respond to any Story we receive. If the contributor wishes his or her identity concealed or altered we would be Happy to oblige otherwise a line of credit will be Given in the Book. Thank you for allowing us the Opportunity to Contact the members of your Community through your newspaper. Sincerely. Barbara Smith Box 68099 #70, Bonnie Doon mall Edmonton a t6c 4n6stomping in the mind Field continued from Page 4 anyway i could make similar arguments for the mentally and physically handicapped but the choices Are overwhelming. I think those nazi doctors i read about in College would feel mighty comfortable in our society of Quot choices a they never gave their victims any choices in the Camps but our right to choose Quot is like a cattle Call to those bespectacled executioners of the past. In an age when we Are ready to raid the bodies of unborn children for needed Quot parts Quot those nazi doctors would be drooling on their scalpels. Not by Choice of course. Because they help it. Patients urine to detect protein in an Effort to protect those that will develop chronic renal failure is not recommended. The exception to this involves patients with diabetes. Diabetes can damage kidneys to the Point that they Progress to renal failure. However if this is detected Early changes in diet and drug therapy can slow the progression of renal failure. Therefore patients with diabetes should have their urine checked at least every year. Photocopies patient per year. Testing patient s urine for the presence of protein is a simple and inexpensive Way to detect kidney disease that May go on to produce chronic renal failure. It costs about 30 cents per test. To screen the entire adult population of Canada would be equivalent to the Cost of earing for 15 dialysis patients for 1 year. So this sounds like a very attractive idea. However there is no treatment for most diseases that cause chronic renal failure. So Here we come to an interesting Point in preventative Medicine. Why would i want to detect the patients in my practice who May go on to develop chronic renal failure when there is nothing 1 can to Stop this happening there is no Point screening for a disease if we have no Way of changing the course of that disease. Therefore testing dear. Crisp copies reduction amp enlargements see the Glenboro Gazette for your copying done by people who understand the print business nominations Tiger Hills school division no. 29 province of Manitoba take notice that nominations in writing for the following divisional positions of trustees will be received in the office of the Tiger Hills school division no 29 at Glenboro Manitoba. During business hours from 8 30 a m 4 30 . September 27, 28, 29, october 2 8 3, 1995 nominations for the following positions Ward #1 one trustee incumbent Stephen Bromson two year terms Ward #2 one trustee incumbent Marvin Anderson two year term Ward u one trustee a incumbent Ann Marie Johnson. Two year term Ward #6 one trustee incumbent Robert Conibear. Two year term Ward til a one trustee incumbent Larry Cruikshank two year term nominations shall be submitted on forms available from any town or municipal office within the division or from the division office and should a vote be required to elect said trustee the said vote shall be taken Between the hours of 8 00 a m 8 00 . On wednesday october 25. 1995 nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents and not properly filed shall be rejected. Dated at the Village of Glenboro in the province of Manitoba this 1st Day of september a d., 1995. Shirley hath Euf ret omits office m a a a Oftle a a Sam Meta Tai no. To Rural land owners fall is cleanup time. Uncontrolled burning of ditches and stubble Fields can be effective but also dangerous every year Utility poles Are burned and electricity service interrupted by fires set by land owners. Hazard and remember the parties responsible for damage to Utility poles Are liable for any costs Mon obo Sydro Servie a safety a savings solutions z

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