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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press Oscar Grubert president of the Canadian restau rant association has gone on record As favouring the abolition of tipping. Or. Grubert whose food interests include champs Kamps h. Salt esq., and the Ontario franchise for pizza places was quoted As saying in Montreal recently that not Only is it a disservice to the restaurant Industry to have people tip when they re not Happy with the service but the Industry would like to see the Day when tipping is abolished. However or. Grubert adds that tip Ping has become such an established custom that people would continue to do so even if they were told not Wanna bet Oscar a reasonable tip makes sense to me for some very Good service or for some special request but the automatic tip Over and above the Bill does t encourage Good service because it has come to be an expected Reward for Ordinary performance of one s Job. It might be interesting to hear some of the conversations or. Grubert might have with a few of the members of the Manitoba Branch of his association who actually wanted tips consid ered As part of a restaurant employee s wages when it came to paying the increased minimum wage rates. The fast approaching Holiday season is a time when Many show their gratitude to service Industry personnel who give them Good service year round. Here again it should t be automatic just because someone has fulfilled tha duties for which they get paid. But if a House Holder appreciates Many of the Little things that various delivery people often do during the year Over and above Normal expectations then a Small Token of appreciation is certainly in order. But tips Are no substitute for adequate salaries. Paul Maley Soo Security motorways sales manager and Bob Waldon whose firm prints Soo s quarterly publication motorways Miler have sent me a copy of their latest Issue which is entirely devoted to Winnipeg. And for those of us West end children who remember that the Security storage building seems to have been at for vices Tage Avenue and Mcgee Street forever there s an inter Esting article which traces the move along Mcgee Street of the Union storage barns from Ellice Avenue to St. Mat thews Avenue beginning in 1911 before the Enterprise be came Security. Manitoban in the study world Wayne thursday december 3, 1970 2nd class Moil registration number 0286 Eaver moving storage 786-6081 i Allied Van lines Van for handicapped persons kept Busy by Stephen Riley the median is a Glossy White Hippo of a truck and Norm Renaud like one of those circus Mah outs guiding elephants is its Driver. The vehicle represents a needed convenience to the handicapped and a Hope for the future As far As the Independent Carrot Doc header. Order of foresters is concerned. Transportation and the idea came about to furnish a medi Van we had a contest to de Termine the name. We Felt that if we could make it work Here it could be adopted by the foresters As a huge project throughout much of the he added. If it works Here we can see the idea being adopted we had to train the parable j Here is an example of How it the foresters bought the Van in May. It has served since then to transport handicapped people to and from social and recreational activities. It All started Back in 1967 when we co sponsored the paraplegic pan am explained iof regional manager wednesday morning Norm More the merrier. They All like i hair dressing studio where the Renaud backed his wheeled to get in and nobody wants to wonder up to the rear of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind residence at 1031 Portage Avenue. Can get four across the Back he said gesturing into the Large space behind the Driver s cab. And four in the front just behind the seat Here and then two Back in there. See anyone miss their turn y he helped five elderly women out of the building and into the truck All of them laughing and talking. Easing its snout into the por Tage Avenue traffic the Van crunched Down the Street then w. Tennese a graduate student in mechanical engineering at the University of Manitoba has received the Best in class award at the 1970 materials engineering show in Cleveland. Ohio in a Competition open to All engineering students in North american universities. Dennis a. Collier 611 Jefferson Avenue West Kildonan is majoring in applied music at Berklee College of music Boston mass. And will be a featured trumpet player in that school s composers concert. He graduates in 1973 with qualifications As composer Arranger educator and instrumentalist. Names and notes mrs. Wilf Bardsley says the multiple sclerosis society will Host the annual Christ Mas party for patients and families saturday afternoon More information from her at 772-5285. It s Christmas festival time again Friday night and saturday at Pilot Mound according to h. W. Macdonald Norma Hickey miss Dominion of Canada will. Be there with Santa. Cactus Jack Wells and Lionel Frechette St. Boniface College Dean will face off the puck at Bertrand Arena to Morrow night. Abe Mallett. Vice president of the heart foundation says heart quickening hockey action follows Between the National hockey league old timers and the St. Boniface College voyageurs. Rates Here won t increase Telephone charges in Mani utilities Board of Manitoba and player injunction continued an injunction permitting 16 year old Ronald James Chipper Field to play hockey with the Brandon wheat Kings has been continued to dec. 21. Granting the continuance or. Justice Israel Nitikman of Manitoba court of Queen s Bench set that Date wednesday for trial of a squabble Between the Brandon club and the Dau Phin Kings Over the boy s ser Ces. The wheat Kings of the Western Canada hockey league signed Chipperfield and the Dauphin Kings of the Mani Toba Junior hockey league claim this was done without a proper release. A suspension was then issued against Chipperfield on nov. 13 a the Manitoba Amateur hoc key association whose 10-Man Appeal Board upheld this sus pension in a decision released to Days later. On nov. 16, however the Manitoba court of Appeal granted an injunction against the suspension permitting Chip Perfield to play that night against the flin flon bombers and the injunction has been in Force Ever since. Lawyers for both sides agreed wednesday on the adjournment to dec. 21 to give themselves time to prepare for possible Cross examination on each other s affidavits. Gics to compete so we needed1 works i about eight or 10, but South to the dirty Broadway the Snow moving faster now to a Moi Vii passengers Are picked up by foresters Van tenants plan recruiting Campaign the Winnipeg tenants Assoc j Dally in these High Rise apart the support being Given to the i action will launch a major Cam ments where you have 200 or Winnipeg tenants association. Toba will not be increased despite the recent hike in rates in Ontario Quebec Labrador and the Northwest territories. A Manitoba Telephone system spokesman said wednesday the company has no plans at present to revise its rates. 11 is completely separate from Bell Canada which regu lates the rates in the areas in which the increase will take place. Must make application to the Board if it wants rates to be revised. Theft probed police in St. James Assiniboia Are investigating a report of the theft of from a service Sta Tion at 614 St. James Street Early thursday. A Lone employee was shovel Ling Snow on the lot at about the Manitoba Telephone sys-1 . When the loss was Tern is regulated by the Public discovered. Weather report morning bulletin for the Prairie aft Amft Vari ctr from near five m him Mac is after to. Few mra Tarn m Wear five to few in Man Iroka anti to Between Toto to fire w Saskatchewan. In after a. If was Fin Nefew in he tar h Kemp m in peace twi Fri. A Ermine Cem and Ever Mast Saskatchewan. Tech wih Movit into manitto tint Ontario today into Muf Iceni for another Char Cem n Farmr Lawf rat Cemil in the Wake hit . Tote expected Hirt temp nines mar May probe 4liking for knives Ralph Gordon Klyne "20. Of 1664 Logan Avenue was sentenced to two months in jail after he pleaded guilty wednes Day in Winnipeg magistrate s court to a charge of possessing a dangerous weapon. A guilty plea to a further charge of As Sault brought him a seven Day sentence to run concurrently with the first term. Klyne appeared before Magis trate Mike Baryluk who suggested he be Given psychiatric examination. Maybe the psychiatrist can figure out this Lik ing you have for court was told Klynn assaulted his sister and when police responded to a complaint he i Drew a knife and told them to leave him alone or he would j kill them. Klyne. Unemployed since april had been living with his sister court was told. She sup ports you and you pay her Back by beating her up. You threw that knife with enough strength pain next week to initiate Indi 300 apartments there could be visual tenant groups in every j a great amount of pressure put greater Winnipeg apartment Block. Mrs. Louise Rossiter Sta president said the move would be the first step in a program to expand tube organization into a major Force to Deal with landlord tenant problems. In an interview wednesday mrs. Rossiter said the Campaign to introduce individual associations would Start with a brochure being slipped under the door of every apartment unit in greater Winnipeg. We won t be Able to get them All in at she said but eventually every apart ment tenant will be approached this Way and get a Bro Chure. We will Start with the ones tenants who have called in Toj complain about something i Well put the brochures in these j places j mrs. Rossiter said the Bro Chures would outline what Steps apartment renters could take to establish an association. She said Active members of the Winnipeg organization would also be prepared to go out and speak to any groups interested in organizing. There could be some Virv real benefits if they did get i she added. Esp a on mrs. Rossiter said the Campaign will be launched next week and will see University students handed the Volunteer Job of distributing the Bro Chures. We can run some of them off Here people s Opportunity offices at 600 main she said. And there s groups in Winnipeg that will finance them the Sta president said the main reason for the Campaign would be an attempt to beef up bakery theft the dough s five cents a thief broke into a Winnipeg bakery Early wednes Day but he got no dough to speak of. Police said the Man escaped with Only five cents in pennies taken from the Cash Register after breaking into the Golden wheat bakery 85 Euclid Avenue. Entry was gained by smashing a window in the front door. At present she said the organization can boast of 500 sup porting members but Only about 25 of them i could Call Active within the she said in addition to the smaller groups in actual apart ment dwellings District associations should also be formed to handle specific problems in their areas. These groups could concen trate on their own problems in their own areas. They know what conditions Are like and can get to the problem area easier than we can. As for the1 individual groups they can get More in v o 1 v e d in the Community around them As Well As act As a voice with some Power when dealing with the mrs. Rossiter said if the brochures fail to stir up enough interest in the tenant association scheme the Sta would begin calling on apartment dwellers personally. When somebody Calls us Here at the poc people s Opportunity we will go out and talk to them and try to get them to Start the Organiza Tion if the Overall Campaign is effective she said the Sta could become a major Force to pressure on landlords As Well As provide invaluable assistance to the province s still to be appointed rentals Man. Right now we have the 25 or so Active members but most of the membership just comes to our meetings every once in a while with a complaint then for gets about the association once that problem is solved. It s really beyond me Why people Here Don t support us like they do the associations in Toronto and in spite of the general Lack of support however mrs. Rossiter said she was hopeful the new Campaign would give a shot in the to the association s activities. Winds of Rumor Flap at Gwen by Douglas Mackay i three of the City s six major i standing committees at coun men to set up a civic party that May replace the greater win n p e g election committee. Scheduled for spell for it Wall trailer overflow can t use site metro s zoning Board of Adf Mobile Home owners to Park i l i unit in non North indication of the Content of the an ladies would spend the morn ing. Later he drove Back to the iof office at 1000 notre Dame talking on the Way about the Job. Eight hours a lie was saying. Sometimes 10-12 hours but like on thursday night 1 usually Don t get in til a Quarter to twelve. We be had the median All Over the place parades senior citizens Homes the crib going around showing pm Wiat we can he said. Of yes it s All free. Like some of those handicapped peo ple they can t afford those Handicap vans that come around y know it s just too much for he did t speak about that again until later in the morn ing at the office of a. T. Mann who brought the matter up. Or. Mann is executive director of the Canadian paraplegic association. Transportation for people in wheelchairs is a problem it always has said or. Mann who should know. He uses one. For cab Drivers delivery of wheelchair patients is often an inconvenience helping the person Down the stairs storing the wheel chair helping the person in and out of the car. It All takes valuable time. So that was one reason Why the commercial wheelchair patient transportation firms got into the business. I Don t think any Volunteer service can replace the com Mercial firms these Are required for handicapped people who can afford to he explained. The Volunteer services such As iof with its median can better serve in taking the handicapped to and from social and recreational activities he said. And he advised that Only those who cannot afford to pay the commercial Van companies should be allowed to use the median. I Don t know where the dividing line is in that he added. In any Case you can never underrate the service provided by Volunteer transportation getting these peo ple out to social activities is most help the needy not the said or. Renaud. That s the Mervin Thompson who directs the paraplegics sports programs was also at that morning meeting. Prior to the foresters Van Well people on welfare for example were entitled to one trip a week. But this Way. With the Van it provides an Opportunity for More people to get out on a regular he said. The median under its present operation carries about 150 people a week. We re considering putting on a half time Driver As Well As Norm and we could then operate it 12 hours a or. Meador said. He thought that any commit of a Simi the 1971 inaugural meeting. Lar operation. Justement has turned Down a j their units on his property on Aon o e Conen o i 4____i._j it i when Irais Nark i ounce mint except to say Tuiai As far As the iof is con ii 1 if u Elitt Llam 1 t to r i Al d mayor Steve Juba said we docs. For the election commit cd Rcd. He said we feel that Dav he will have a major Tec if caucus meetings prior to j going into if ave have a announcement to make at the that Date break Down because Good response and the Mcivan of next week of feuding. J keeps going the Way it is. The Nauin t h c greater Winnipeg elec whole scheme will embody s2 e expected j million All Over North America of Alder-1 i think this is the most to stick into the request to use land near the St. Occasion when the trailer Park it would have stuck i into a person the Magis trate said Mack Ling guest attorney general Ai Mackling of Manitoba will be guest of the citizens committee on corrections at a meeting at 8 . Thursday in the Winnipeg Church for the deaf. 285 bal vital trailer Park for temporary was full. Mobile Home parking. However he said residents the decision announced Don t want Mobile Homes wednesday prohibits the estate parked on the South Side of a it would be of National inter to offer men it wants elected to each s c r i o w s and biggest project j committee including proposed j we be Ever involved ourselves i chairmen at Council s first 1971 the iof committed in it is known that he has been meeting holding lengthy private Confer civic party in Winnipeg j its budget this year for Pur of John sword Uliak from Usi Sijohn Bruce Road across from with Winnipeg aldermen perhaps along the lines of the j Chase and operation of the Van. Land on John Bruce Road in so the trailer Park. I during the past two Days. P a r t y established by mayor j premiered Schreyer has vital for temporary parking for 1 George Putien. The lawyer at a City Council meeting Jean Drapeau in Montreal been Only be executors of monday night the mayor said i backed by mayor Juba might j have Given High Praise to the told the Board the he is working on what he called i serve to unify several of the iof for the median Prog be in con i new system for getting re j warring factions on Council. Or. Schreyer. M a parking Trail j elected. He did not elaborate j he said monday night How cd the. Ore if Anni Irain was i aside from denying what Hejcl. That he May Only which theirs if the application was minor con timing to uphold the Trade Mobile Home when the St. Speaking for vital trailer Park is full but the would have room in a period of time. Short property 1 tenuous use moral Street. Or. Macki Hig will j the application answer questions on Justice and Board heard monday was of i approved. In to i iof. Said toe organization s take i scheme shows that the iof is corrections in Manitoba. I posed by All five residents of but. He said the leaving civic politics a Way at Council s inaugural i tons of compassion and in free press meetings the Winnipeg Amateur movie makers will meet at . Friday in the club room of the free press building. Neil Lavailey of forecast Miller bristles with Hostel hostility posed of an live in due. Ire in. F that portion of John Bruce Homes would be there Only until i which few Road which runs from St. I there was space in the trailer i a Ermen had heard. Anne s Road Over the Seine Park. This might mean the two the greater Winnipeg elec River at the Southern extent of spaces would be used All the lion committee a Loose Affili building Hist. Vital. Time he said. Ion of liberals and progressive 12 John the application came before conservatives has been re for the i because Mobile Home Mored to be in dire political allowed facilities Are allowed in the a j Straits since the death of Alder zoned suburban District j. Gurzon Harvey. As Tiki rally subject to the approval in p commit of the Board. Tee s caucus. A. Harvey was j metro has received a compre-1 regarded As the groups sole Benarve report on Mobile Homes unifying Factor from a consulting firm which j Only and. Paul Para Shin recommends strict controls in com now hold us committee s Northern Manitoba the location and facilities of canons together sources at City he Rescue Squadron flies successful missions the search and Rescue squad j where she is reported in Good Ron from Canadian forces base i condition. Winnipeg had a Busy Day in another Call the search wednesday responding to two and Rescue Squadron sent a from Points i helicopter to the overflowing River area where Wayne Smith. 27. Of soars. Man., had been student Carollees education minister Sani Mil i least two months before the fed Mobile borne Parks Ler of Manitoba said wednesday j government made any at that Canada s health minister tempt to provide facilities any Fihn Monro should practise. Where in he said the what be preaches. Federal government swot be an or. Ali fir was Gover went to top e n t i n 2 Osi what or. Prime Iff t3ic bad said Here earlier hostess. Aad wednesday Abst in Steis fat Lar we fee made across pm retry. My to Raof tows to to to acc. In Laww Wirrer. Jew War part Kitiuk a Mwry had Ikamas a w9" twp Rtse two wow a. M my. Of. Vhf i Whf offs Hall say. He is regarded As the Only Man Aboc to Bridge the Gap eme Wicy medical missing since Abmont 2 . Settlement on Island Lake to As for flue styx Tif Kay Wal inf Tymy by from Winn Puj. Sci cans. Dec. 12 and Der 23. The Motif aft Nifte Reform faction. The latter group is said to Mctere am. Robert am. Jew West wry. A. E. A. Brotman awl am. Ards one notate Fea Twe of Reform faction of to Wei few party Stu them issus. Jerf Caps if a cup the helicopter Crew spotted or. Smith following a River and having ascertained that be was no longer lost the Crew re was to Flourn Man said. 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