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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Free press May 1990 weve got the Best buys in town Perm special Fig includes style with Luisa color plus set 373 Henderson 8689811 Coupon i need a slush super slush Hicks Ige Cream 379 Henderson 8679888 we do window screen repairs Mither exteriors 6610182 to advertise Call Brad at 9439331 301 Herway b0urs motor coach packages Canada air packages Hawaii South Pacific for detailed information on feh Way Tours Colour brochure see your local travel agent can 338701 1050 Henderson Rulff 1133 bid Edison 3387278 Spring bicycle tuneup minor wheel i straightening adjustment of i Brake system i adjustment of i Seq gear system inf Lac exterior i z4 lubrication i Coupon buy one get one free buy one soft ice Cream get one offer expires May Jofe Estop Mcivor mall Henderson 3384697 795 to advertise Call Brad at 9439331 301 seniors step out Wal Kathon becomes care Homes main fundraiser whats this Charlie Chaplin and a Pink Flamingo walking along Redonda Street the legendary silent screen comedian and Transcona most famous Bird Are just two of the characters scheduled to take part in the Park Manor personal care Home 12 Kilometre Wal Kathon this administrator Charles Toop said that Over the past three years the Wal Kathon has evolved into Park Manors main fundraising a lot of these people dont believe in a said Anne an 89 year old Park Manor but Hrynchuk adds she likes the Wal Kathon because i had two Lovely Fellows pushing me last with Park Manors designated wheelchair Pusher Bill behind Hrynchuk certainly has a Good shot at being the first person to Cross the finish More important than finishing is the spirit behind wanting to participate in the Walka Thon in the first Toop expects five to ten residents to take part in the while that number May not be High for a 100unit it has to be remembered the residents Are not former we wanted to develop the attitude that the government will help those who help weve got to do this to help Toop a reduction in Federal Transfer payments to Manitoba and a tight provincial Treasury is going to making it More difficult to Access funds for special for those reasons Toop feels the Effort is even if it makes no More than a scratch on the million in provincial funds the Home needs to operate each the Wal Athons fundraising goal of by far exceeds the pessimistic estimate of to Toop said he expects to be raised through the event maybe were a Little unrealistic in our he the Money will pay for a trip to Lakeside Camp near the Shore of Lake Winnipeg in the As Well As a new hearing impaired sound system and other there May be enough Money left Over to buy new Patio because the sponsor of the Home does not condone gambling of any some avenues James Sunset James Sunset wheelchair Pusher Bill Ross and Ann plan to Complete the full 12kilometre bingos and Raffles Are closed to Park Toop that Means Park Manor has to be More creative in devising methods to raise Money for special possibly in the future the Energy of an Anne Hrynchuk and the attitude expressed by Charles Toop could be harnessed in a fundraiser that could include a majority of the residents in the Home who Are unable to tackle a 12 Kilometre interested in finding out what your life expectancy is compared to an average person during the Park Manor personal care Home open to be held May 24 at 301 Redonda a computerized health age appraisal system will be used to examine a persons the appraisal will include personal details such As blood weight and age to determine life d n n Transcona collegiate Institute drama instructor Dave Normandale said Hes been receiving inquiries from people who read last sundays Story about this latest theatre class dismissed runs from May 15 to 17 at Radisson elementary Showtime

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