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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 31, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaThat off i to a pm fact Start 17 "8 room Hilda a flout make know nobody of k Bong worn anoatthe5tb3keofm1dn16ht, i ii he s spoken to nearly everyone in the room a Turkey a car an but tonu3ht he s circulating with All the will wonders never. Cease usually at daddy s parties jughead never. Leaves the or a but wow coup a you was the 48-Moua Plu in 84 hours i Hap tub 48-hour rip Kiriy Here s Var Wallet. A Asp i pinched it when 11returncp the 1 jostled yer. Favor wait i can t Prink until i Confes something. This Kmax reunchbtdn5lv. I and Lois 60wc5 dont Tell thbv1he fio Twa we Whf Good 6onna be a Futon twirler Sowe i m Gonna a drum Bailey cd Tot hos Naif hitch Winnipeg free press thursday december 31, 1970 coronary care unit for Portage Hospital planned by Vic Edwards Portage la Prairie Man. Special the medical staff of Portage general Hospi Tal has been asked to present a recommendation to the Hospital Board for a coronary care unit to be established. Board chair Man j. G. Omichinski tuesday asked the medical chief of staff or. Ken Collier to bring such a recommendation to the next Board meeting so that the mat Ter could be formally consid ered by the Board. Or. Collier said initially the coronary care unit could consist of a room with two Beds a respiratory unit along with a Moni Toring unit and be staffed 24 hours. He disagreed with Hospi Tal administrator w. W. Devine hat such a unit would Cost in the neighbourhood of he also said the medical staff has no reservations about the importance such a unit would Lave especially with doctors caring for More patients. A hand and foot paraffin Bath for use in the physiotherapy department of the Hospi Tal was approved by the Board. Purchasing committee chair Man a. R. Barrett recommended the Low tender from Camp Bell and Hyman Ltd. Be accepted. Or. Barrett also recommended the same company s tender for a one year Supply of surgeons gloves be accepted on an As required basis for the sum of questioned by or Barrett or. Devine said an average of 36 pairs of Glove Are used in the Hospital per a on a seven Day basis. House and Public relation committee chairman mrs. Shindleman told the Board tha Christmas Day was enlivened for the patients this year by the appearance of Santa Claus an two assistant elves who handed out Small gifts to each patient the role of Santa Claus a played by or. E. R. Ford with the assistance of two of his sons Christopher and Jonathan the Hospital auxiliary sail mrs. Shindleman presented each patient with a Flower and gave each child a toy. Mrs Shindleman expressed warm appreciation of the Board to or Ford and his sons and to the auxiliary for their kindness and consideration. Patient Days at the Hospital Are running 630 under budget but said or. The number of admissions is for the year to Date a figure which compares favourably with the budget estimates of or. Omichinski also noted that the percentage of occupancy 83 Beds rated for this year to the end of november was 84.3, slightly lower than the 84.5 for the same period last year. The percentage of occupancy 100 Beds set up this year has been 68.2 compared to 70.1 for the same period last year. Or. Omichinski also informed the Board that the Standard Ward rate per Day works out to the Board had budgeted Nesbitt retires As Thompson City manager mayor tribute by Bob Lowery Thompson Man. Staff Brian Campbell paid at wednesday night s City Council meeting to retiring City manager Carl a. Nesbitt whose work he said was the Keystone in the development of what we see around or. Campbell said is largely due to the and drive of this devoted Public the mayor expressed the View that Thompson As it i today simply would not exis Portage figure skaters i resume club contests Kenora Hostel in 71 plans Kenora ont. Special a youth Hostel committee set up n Kenora decided tuesday night that even though arrange ments for a Hostel site Are not Complete at this Date it was Felt he Hostel should be in opera Ion from Friday of the Victoria a weekend in May until sept 2. Tentative plans Call for free employees. The meeting was advised that a Northwestern Ontario work shop on transient youth is to be held in Schreiber Jan. 8, 9 and i. A Hostel was opened for the first time in Kenora last sum Mer. A request to the town Council was refused and the Hostel was set up and operated from Bethesda lutheran Church with the Aid of a Grant from the Federal government. 52 of 60 abortions approved Regina up re Gina general Hospital s abortion committee has approved 52 of go abortion applications since june the Hospital s Board of governors was told. Or. J. K. Murphy chairman i of the medical advisory com Mittee said most of those applications not approved contained incomplete Doc Amenta abortions were made Legal i certain cases through changes j in Federal Law with the general criteria for Sach approval being the Mother s physical and psychological condition. Kenora Home broken into Kenora out a Kemraj Howe was stunt time Htow Tom l . Taw Sjay Ami 3 . Wednesday j Kemraj police said Sowe j one Hai Rem we a Tow a 4mr from rest Ewe of y. t it f a hints Imit Portage la Prairie Man. Special after an absence of 15 years the return of club competitions for the por Tage figure skating club has been heralded As a tremendous Success by Bruce Miller and Competition chairman mrs. Mary Dillon. Tuesday 60 members of the club from preschoolers to senior women and men competed for the 11 different trophies along with runner up ribbons. Blake Miller Lone competitor in the senior men s class skated to a Standard set by the Competition chairman and passed. He was awarded the event trophy. Elizabeth Dillon aircraft curbs welcomed Kenora ont. Special John m. Reid my for Kenora Rainy River and Keith Penner my for Thunder Bay have welcomed the announcement of the air transport committee to re strict United states based com Mercial air carriers to make two landings in Canada one at customs Point of entry and the other at licensed base of a Canadian charter commercial air Carrier. In a joint members said statement they Felt the the decision will eliminate a Long standing grievance which the Canadian air charter companies and the people of Northwestern Ontario have had. The restriction now applies t All existing licenses issued t charter aircraft companies and it will be applied to All future licenses authorizing service to Canada. Wit am captured the senior women Competition. In the inter Media women s Brenda Irwin took to Marks from the judges c a r o 1 Bereza second Sharon Mooney third. First in the Junior men s com petition was David Henry with Ross Miller the runner up Trina fur Dievich was Winner o the Junior women s Competition with Margret Ratz second an Nancy Linden third. Lome Laseski took firs place in the Novice men s com petition with Patrick Childress second. Tracey Sanderson took top honors in the Novice women s event with Robin greens Lade second and Miranda third. The Novice b women s class was won by Susan Hetherington with Cathleen Collier runner up and Lana Hiebert third. The Novice a women s division win Ner was Lynn Brown. Shawn Mclennan was second ant april Hutchinson third. In the preschoolers Competition Barbara Dyck was first Annette Berard second and Barbara Mailey third. Competition judges were Cathy blight Dorothy Grant and mrs. Marie Alford from Oakville along with miss Eliza Beth Dillon mrs. Lynn Moore mrs. Dallas Hosier mrs. Beth Bisson and Charles sing or. Of Portage and District. Making the presentations at the conclusion of the competitions were club president Miller Ted Jones area supervisor for the Manitoba Section of the Canadian figure skating association and lome Carter one of the founders of the Portage figure skating club. Sharp Heads Hospital my staff Portage la Prairie Man special or. D. H. Sharp has been elected new president of the medical staff of Portage general Hospital succeeding or. Ken Collier. Or. Sharp will sit in on Hospital Board meetings As chief of the medical staff and present the medical staff views on Hospital matters during 1971. Elected vice president for the new term was or. I. Harsanyi with or. V. Rasmi Datta Secre tary. The retiring president in an a wincing the new slate of of ices to the tuesday meeting of us Board of directors of the Hospital thanked the Board for their indulgence and stressed the importance of the Liaison Between the medical staff and the Board which he said proved the morale of the Hospi Tal and the Board chairman j. G. Omi Chinski thanked or. Collier for his contributions to the Board and termed his representation on the Board As stimulating and very Only one Rural school remaining Elkhorn Man. Spe Cial the Little one room school of Wom Nife a Twat 12 Miles am timer of Eft. But for or. Nesbitt s Persis tence and keen Community in Terest. His retirement mayor Campbell said Marks the end of an the foundation was he said. The future rests with the Public spirited citizens of or. Nesbitt will continue As resident administrator of the mystery Lake local government District which surrounds Thompson. Both the mayor and Council wished him every Suc Cess in the a further resignation was received from the planning commission c h a i r m an or. Terence t. Quirke who has held this voluntary Post since 1967. He too was lauded for his service. Mayor Campbell said that with his wit and constructive criticisms or. Quirke had acted As the conscience of the in his report to Council or. Quirke reported a number of recommendations which the commission had formulated this week in consultation with the provincial planner Gerry ten Cha of Winnipeg. These included the location of the new Burntwood medical group build ing at the Corner of Selkirk Avenue and Cree Road a pro posed place for a convention and night club Complex and for a sheltered workshop for retarded and handicapped per sons. Or. Quirke spoke forcefully against the proposal to build a commercial outlet in an area near the new City Hall which has been designated for a Park. He also stressed that the coun cil in All its planning should remember that there is Noth ing so Lovely As a even a Northern Black Walt Gengerke Norman development corporation general manager presented his views on the inclusion of the Region North of 53 As a designated area under the regional incentive act. This program administered by the department of regional economic expansion he said would give the impetus needed to establish secondary Indus tries Many of which were seriously considering coming to the North. Norman is constantly trying to convince the government to consider All Manitoba under this act or. Gengerke concluded. Robert Bud Simpson my for Churchill also wrote Council expressing his conviction concerning Northern Manitoba s in Lusion in the Dree program and suggested that the Council make representation to premiered Schreyer. Won t Cash Coop cheques Thompson Man. Staff cheques issued by the Ilford co operative Are being refused by the Hudson s Bay company manager at Oxford House w. M. Kalinowsky. Provincial government chief supervisor of co operatives reported in a Tele phone interview Here wednes Day. At least six fishermen members of the Ilford Coop have tried to use their cheques to buy gear for their Winter operations at the Oxford House hic store. According to or. Kalinowsky the manager has told them that their cheques must be certified. This is next to impossible since it would mean sending the cheques to a Bank in Thompson. The Ilford Coop which was created this fall has been designated As the area agent for the Freshwater fish Market ing Board. Or. Kalinowsky said a j10joo Grant was Pat into the Coop s Bank account to grub stake fishermen. The cheques the men received Are a Short term loan for them to get stalled on. Such an Unco operative Alti tude on the part of the Hod Iii s Bay company or. Kalfe Towsky said was extremely costly for the fishermen who Are and Kos to get out on the information officer Allan Akes. Bready says. He said that if Sach an Atti a news report dec. 22 had tade cont Maes the cooperative correctly quoted him As increment a Fol have to Lennox s presence want hearings on rail cute suggested Kenora. Ont. Special the announcement by Canadian National railways of plans to Ancel trains 7 and s operating rom Montreal and Toronto to Winnipeg would decrease total n passenger service available Cross Northwestern Ontario by 50 per cent the railway trans port committee has been told y Northwestern Ontario maps Ohn Reid and Keith Penner. The members proposed that the railway transport commit tee conduct consultations in Northern Ontario to ascertain at first hand what the effect of this reduction in service would mean to the people and communities affected. It was suggested that a form of Public hearings be held in the three centres of Cap col Hornepayne and Sioux Lookout. Lennox incl Cross examined d. C. Lennox metro s coun Sel was t required to undergo Cross examination b e f o r e the supreme court of Canada in a Case involving a Elbrdge hold Ings Ltd. Of Montreal. Metro s Hare is the of of nral Schmoe to he a Nita the Rural Wallace Juba Tom Husn is the teacher avi4 the Trev. 23 of pm pets fee assistance of some Thor Irrwin Rahv _., tips to create alternative sup j required for a supreme ply outlets n the or then com hearing in Ottawa or. Bremy a writes. Says. j Iffla and is Jack there were newts j a right Many bowls Tawa that we to the City. A knife Momii in them wears Mark do panty air marshal j. S. I George v. 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