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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1 Winnipeg free May telethon will show a Happy birthday that was not to be Gordon Sinclair late and again tomorrow the Miracle telethon will show a Hospital Happy birthday party for Niney Earold Shirley a cystic Fibre Sis victim from but Little Shirley wont be Able to me herself on she died last week and was buried her Susan has Given Csc Permison to show the tape of her in just hoping the telethon and everything is going to help Shirley mom maybe open some Peoples eyes to donate As they the telethon is to raise Money and awareness for the childrens Hospital research which funds doctors work into unravelling the mysteries of diseases such As cystic its an inherited disorder from the Mother and tap Vic who was part of the team of health care professionals who looked after Shirley for its very about i about one in children is in one of to people ate carriers of the the major problem area for those with As its is the they Are subject to infections and ultimately destruction because of the buildup of thick mucous that patients have difficulty when up was first identified Back in the most victims died in by the Early life expectancy had climbed to the teen years and now its into the what happened to then i Dent Chernick it was a because she deteriorated quickly 1 would suspect she had some sort of it knocked everybody for a that because Shirley had been in and out of childrens Hospital since birth and the social workers and others had grown close to her and the Lmh Talcum Chatt no knew Ner of escue Shirley As a feisty kid who loved to ride horses and dab on makeup when the doctors were coming to see Shes been going through a lot of her mom in the Shirley had a Chance to say goodbye to her she Susan Delorme she was saying that she was going Home and she just what Shirley death Demon Strates is How much More research is so the biggest breakthrough in up research has come from to Ronto where a chromosome has been identified As being the taped Story of Shirley birth Day party is scheduled to be shown at tomorrow and again at theres an irony to this it want Shirley birthday last month when the staged the party at childrens Hospital for the to cameras and someone told Shirley she could have her real birthday party 11 donations received this week included Audrey 279 is a 831 cont Ami 1100 308824 co my tto dmm vat 166 new Toft i Ceram tool rom do 120 go Tanto 31065 3wtn Don s25 3176 Flat our Dorothy 1859 Martha 1200200 Ron Ald Dorothy 317 f wan fwu Siwwi 503200 Ronam anon v in offload vehicle tour boat passengers get an extra attraction on their cruise As police recover a Fourshee drive truck from the red River near Disraeli Bridge the truck was apparently stolen and driven into the River at Rover Avenue and Annabella weather City Calendar Winnipeg area forecast sunny with occasional afternoon Cloudy periods winds Southeast at 20 and a High near Clear tonight with a Low near sunny and warm with a High near probability of precipitation 20 per cent less than 10 per cent tonight and extended Outlook Southern Manitoba mainly sunny with above Normal temperatures monday and Normal High is Normal Low is Northern Manitoba Cloudy with scattered showers mainly sunny temperatures above Normal both Normal High is Normal Low is Northwestern Ontario mainly sunny Cloudy periods with isolated showers above Normal temperatures both Normal High is Normal Low is National 24 11 21 13 13 5 33 13 32 12 Saskatoon 31 is 34 31 m 33 12 34 18 20 3 2 0 34 20 Thunder 35 13 29 17 24 25 Halifax 26 mean last his Mil 00 record in 1934 record in 1917 from Morll 1 to May 30 Rololl Nuli Normal v International 26 13 29 17 new 35 23 36 17 14 11 30 19 13 17 7 20 14 23 16 16 7 30 15 22 9 16 8 29 15 17 a Tel 25 15 26 13 resort spots los Clouds 20 16 Las Clouds 39 24 36 27 29 24 Clear 34 21 Clouds 30 24 fair 24 21 30 21 rain 29 22 31 25 36 22 16 17 Harold Redekopp lectures on the changing role of Csc radio in Canadian musical at monday in Eva Clare school of University of Manitoba the Royal scottish country dance Winnipeg performs from 7 to 9 mondays during june at the Duck Pond picnic shelter in vital Daylong bus Tours for seniors Are offered by the City recreation department during and includes trips to lower fort and Hecla Call the Tennis and Golf instruction for adults and teenagers is offered by the City recreation Call the summer creative Art classes including print and Kite Silkscreen ing will be offered by the City recreation department in july and to Call the death classified death Florence John of husband of Katie Una wife of Lloyd Thomas husband of Aurise de of 145 Powers Ledrich of husband of Elinor Joseph Joe husband of Anna of husband of Vera of Robert of Fereol husband of Frances Robert of husband of Joe Fern wife of Merle Christena of 555 marys Phyllis of wife of Sid widow of Jack of Charles of of Dogwood Manor per Sonal care widow of Cornelius William husband of Florence husband of Toots Helen wife of Joseph Sielaw formerly of sister of Portage la of Anita of Pilot Jil of just another foreign As far As police were concerned Alice Bergquist Matth news was willing to pay for her mistake when she recently ran afoul of City parking but Winnipeg police take her american i can laugh about it but at the time it was said the former teacher from North Dakota who moved to Manitoba this Spring after she married Winni Peg resident Fred Bergui list Matthews want familiar with our cites 4 to 6 parking restrictions on main thoroughfares when she went to select Eye As a she got a parking at first i didst know what the piece of paper under my wind shield wiper she then i Learned it was a parking ticket and that i should pay it Bergquist Matthews made a special trip to the Public safety building Only to find her payment not one to accent quietly the perplexing policies of bureaucracy or Barry Mullin Bergquist Matthews mailed a Cheque and a letter of explanation to Winnipeg mayor Bill copies of her letter also went to provincial judges court and the fret according to an executive Assis Tant in Norries the mayor sent the letter to police chief Herb Stephen for in her letter to Berg quis Matthews raised More than just the Money she described How a clerk advised her to talk with a police officer who would explain the tick while she Bergquist Matthews observed about 15 per sons standing around chitchat she a very pleasant looking Man with a Mous tache came up and asked if he could he explained they accept american the reason being they dont know the rate of her she explained in a Telephone was As much to question service at the Winnipeg police department As it was to pay the if you accept that kind of a Job you have to be aware of your responsibilities to the Public and the services you should she that what i was after Public servants and they must provide prompt service and make every Effort to satisfy the she should have had the initiative to accept american i knew what the Exchange rate was at the time and tried to explain that to she but they just didst want to be bothered with All on the basis of her first encounter with Winnipeg Berg quis Matthews Hopes her first parking ticket is her illegally held still detained a 14yearold boy will remain in custody at least Over the weekend despite a judges ruling he had been detained illegally for More than two court of Queens Bench judge Patrick Ferg on thursday ordered the gods Lake Narrows youth released and charges against him but the Crown repaid the charges and obtained an arrest warrant in order to continue holding the charged april 16 with several weapon related was one of seven youths arrested after shots were fired at school and Church buildings on the Ferg had quashed the original charges after ruling the Crown had lost jurisdiction because it had failed to transport him from Winnipeg to a scheduled court appearance May 13 in gods the youths had been brought to the 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