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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 29, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaYouth scene Brand Mellen despite the Canadian radio and television commission s 30 per cent Canadian Content ruling for radio stations which should ensure Home grown acts at least a fair Chance of receiving airplay a lot of Good music is still going unheard. There Are several reasons for this although one Sticks out most predominantly. Under the crts set up a record is considered Canadian Content if it meets with Only one of three criteria it s performed by a Canadian written of a Canadian or recorded in Canada. Thus for the time being it would appear that the Rul ing is virtually useless. For instance Alice Cooper s new 45 under my wheels qualified As Canadian since it was written by Bob Ezrin a producer at Nimbus nine studios m what we have in effect is1 an american group picking up airtime under the Guise of Canadian con tent while in the meantime Many deserving local groups keep waiting for a break which might never come. Future looks brighter. Starting in Jan uary a record must meet two of the qualifications i mentioned to be considered Canadian a song would have to be both written and performed by a Canadian. By 1973, All three criteria must be met which Means any record labelled Canadian Content indeed will be. Perhaps by that time a few disc jockeys across the country will be willing to take a Chance on an unknown Canadian group with a Good record rather than trying to pass off Frank Sinatra singing a Gordon Lightfoot song As the real thing. I have my doubts. Short stuff thanks to the efforts of people like Levi Klady and Chris Jones Winnipeg movie goers have recently been offered an alternative to the Standard film fare offered throughout the City. Len does most of the booking for the University of Manitoba and has presented things such As Ulysses All quiet on the Western front and countless others in the past few months. Chris of course is the rime of the Guy attached to that Friendly face you see in the ticket office at-Cinema-3 to saturday where a lot Good flicks have been revived. Well a couple of Guys going under the collective name of amazing Grace visions Hope to keep things going with a festival dec. 7. To 10. Different films will be shown each night including roman Polanski s fearless Vampire killers husbands the learning Ireland the damned. The festival will utilize Cinema 3 s facilities and admission each night will be More on this later. If you happen to be literary a minded it might pay you to look into the University of Winnipeg alumni association s Centennial essay contest. The contest is open to the Public and essays must concentrate on an aspect of Winnipeg s history such As education journalism sports or religion. The deadline Isi Jan. 31, and first prize is for further information regarding length and for mat write the Centennial essay contest a of Ivy 515 Portage Avenue. It seems rather absurd that in an age where Equality is preached everywhere Many people still tend to categorize others according to their race or ethnic Back ground. More so than most countries Canada is a virtual melting pot of different cultural which have blended to Gether into a workable Multi cultural society. People Are people and should be accepted on their individual characteristics not stereotyped. Wed All be better off that Way. Winnipeg free press Canada Usa local of users moving 786-6081 monday november 29, 1971 2nd class mail registration number 0286 Lores o. Brochure malt ii Van unit robbery suspect sought a Roadblock was set up by police throughout greater Winnipeg Early monday after a one robber stole about from a service station attendant who was taking the night depos it to a Bank the night attendant at the Imperial Esso service Centre River Avenue and Osborne Street was taking the Deposit to a Bank across the Street when he was accosted by the Lone Man who came up from behind. I have a gun this is a the attendant was told. The attendant was struck on the Back of the neck and he fell to the., ground after he tried to wrestle with the robber. The assailant then Raa to a taking the night Canvas Deposit bag containing about the Man was described As being about 22, six feet one Inch tall with Long Blond hair and wearing a dark jacket and Blue jeans this is the gutted Interior of a fort carry Safeway store which burned Friday night. The food store was to have opened within the Pernina Highway and Killaney Avenue. Freezers Werp in and shelves were being installed. The fire started at about . And was under control by the cause of the Blaze and amount of the damage a not yet known. At least something can be said for my latest contest i got my wish. I was hoping to attract a lot of response with my three wishes contest and the results were Gratifying. Although a few be Rifle asked for frivolous things a great majority of the entries seemed More concerned with things like ending Wax finding cures to major illnesses and creating a More liveable world for All of us. A trifle idealistic perhaps but still very commend Able. Moving right along the Winner is Eva Kratochuil of 484 Toronto St., Apt. 24. She wrote my three wishes Are probably not interesting or fanciful but they Are sincere and Wistful. My wishes Are to bring my parents Here from Eastern Europe and give them happiness in life with us they Are almost 70, and Many obstacles Are before us. I d also wish for an interesting and useful Job and to have a better mind to learn mrs. Kratochuil s entry seemed the most sincere and for that she receives a pair of tickets to see Manitoba theatre Centre s production of Alice through the looking Glass. As i promised a couple of runners up will receive los. Guy Minsky of 633 Westminster ave. Sent along Sev eral ideas including i wish that the tooth fairy was better to me that Raquel Welch would accept my marriage proposal and that i could be another Tom Ward Ketcheson 477 Gertrude Avenue says throughout my years i have been amazed at How Story Book characters have completely wasted the wishes they were granted. Such characters made three Basic wishes and made no consideration about the future. In time would they not regret their decisions i think so and i be Lieve i have the ultimate and most sensible wish of All time. My wish is to wish for More wishes. Thanks to everyone who took the time to enter. See wednesday s column for More of the Best entries. The Bob Seger system and Teegarden and Vanwinkle will be in town a week from today so Here s your Chance to win a couple of freebies. Just Tell me one thing you d want to have with you if you were stranded on a deserted is clinic at Concordia Hospital should be under Way by fall Schreyer by Esther Tennenhouse construction on a Community health and social development clinic to be integrated with the new Ebu Cordia Hospital should be started next summer or fall premiered. Schreyer said sat the Premier was speaking Ai a Sod turning ceremony for the 132-bed Concordia Hospital at Corcordia Road and Kimberly Avenue near Highway 59. Cost of both the Hospital and the Centre is estimated to be at least million he said. Or. Schreyer acknowledged that there has been consider Able controversy Over the government s initial plans for a Community clinic in the area. Is no Point in being he said refer ring to the fact that there has been much Adverse reaction to Community clinic idea in the past few months. Opposition he said was expected and healthy As Long As disagreements Don t degenerate into about 150 people watched labor minister a. R. Russ Paulley turn the first Sod for the Hospital which will have 132 Active and. Extended care treatment Beds. Hospital representatives and municipal government officials addressing the gathering Satur Day remained outspoken about their opposition to a govern ment decision to reduce the Hospital size from 200 Beds originally planned since 1962 to 132 Beds. We regret the loss of 68 said j. J. Redekop the Hospital s administrator. Mayor Harry Fuller of Transcona re minded the government plan ners of their theory that the optimum size for a Small Hospital is 200 acute care Beds. Twenty of the Beds Are reportedly designated for extended care. Inclusion of a Community health and social development Centre will bring in medical dental treatment facilities of Tometic dispensing mental health services Public health nursing and some Home care services or. Schreyer said sat urday. Reliable sources said Satur Day that Hospital and municipal officials Are still fighting for the additional Beds which would mean an eighth Storey for the planned seven Storey building. May investigate Merit rating plan by David Lee Manitoba s roman Catholic hospitals May ask that a pro Vince wide study be undertaken to examine the feasibility of a Merit rating system for All hos Pital employees. A Resolution calling for such a study is to be debated tues Lay afternoon at the closing session of the 29th annual Cath Lic Hospital conference of land for the rest of your life. Contest deadline closes this saturday so get hopping right now. Mail your entries to me at the free press 300 Carlton Street Here and there an egg approximately two feet tall and 20 inches wide answering to the name humpty dumpty has been lost. Finder please return to Mac which needs him for tonight s opening of Alice. This week is officially key club week in Manitoba which is one Way of bringing recognition to the youth work done by the club. If you re interested in joining and helping out with activities key clubs Are currently operating at St James Silver Heights Vincent Massey and Miles Macdonell Collegia ties As Well As St Paul s High school. Free classical music concert wednesday pjn., in the Eva Clare Hall u of Ai. Alice Enns will appear in a piano recital playing works of Haydn Chopin and Faure. Tonight species Hawk Heads out to the fireplace while spice moves Over to vibrations in upcoming dances Mojo and the night Hawks will play at an open dance at West Kildonan collegiate this Friday. Admission is also. Five bursary winners named tenders for Centre called saturday tenders for the initial excavation work for the downtown convention Centre were Calle saturday and the contract will be awarded wednesday by metro Council it is understood. Sources at metro said Mon Day the contract for the first phase of excavation will be awarded wednesday at a Spe Cial meeting of Council. It is now expected work on the project will begin no later than the Middle of in order to qualify for a special Federal Loans Winter works pro Gram. The tender notice appeared in saturday s Winnipeg free press. Late last week it was thought the special meeting wednesday would Only appoint the project manager and officially can for tenders. With tenders coded for a deadline at noon wednesday officials now say the special meeting wednesday afternoon j win actually award the first contract i the tenders were coded with sink missing. Being expropriated and a Public Lane has t been removed. The Centre will be in the Block bounded by Edmonton Street York Avenue Carlton Street and St Mary Avenue. Manitoba which opened Mon Day at the Northstar inn the Resolution drafted by sister Cecile Gauthier assistant executive director nursing of St. Boniface Hospital asks the conference to petition the Mani Toba Hospital association for the establishment of a commit tee to develop an objective Merit rating system for use in Manitoba in an interview monday sister Gauthier said such a sys tem is needed to end the present situation which allows Hospital employees to receive salary increments related to length of service rather than Merit. Under the system we now have for the most part the increments Are sort of automatic. I feel that such a Merit rating system on an objective basis would certainly improve the Quality of performance of pm she said. Sister Gauthier said some Falcon Lake break ins reported Falcon Lake Man. Staff the ramp is continuing an investigation into a rash of break ins in late october in the trailer court Here. An ramp spokesman said about a drawn trailers most of which Are used As summer tomes were broken into and Hospital officials have previously described the proposed new Concordia As a general Hospital with integrated ser vices and not a so called Community a Community clinic As de fined by provincial officials in recent months will incorporate health care facilities and social development services under one roof and a single administrative body. Last month doctors associated with Concordia Hospital threatened to Boycott the new facilities because they said they were getting a 132-bed Community clinic instead of the 200-bed Hospital. However the Manitoba health services commission has since granted approval for construction of an acute care Hospital which government officials de scribe As the first phase of the new Concordia Hospital. The second phase will be the development of the clinic. One West Kildonan official described the government s agreement to proceed first with the acute care facility As a Triumph for municipal Hospital planners. Mayor Abe Yanofsky of West Kildonan said Concordia now represents a test Case for West Kildonan which has Long stand ing plans for a general Hospital but has also recently been de Signa Tefora Community health clinic. In his remarks saturday or. Schreyer said in Manitoba hos Pital costs Are estimated at per patient Day for 1971 and Are expected to double in the next six years. The Community clinic concept has been developed to provide better health care and control rising costs he said. Three Hurt in two car collision a two car collision late Satur Day at Kenaston Boulevard and Corydon Avenue sent two pie to Hospital. A police spokesman said James Toews 19, of 1477 Avenue was driving South on Kenaston when his Auto was in collision with a car driven Archie Sherbo 20, of 1w Tor Avenue who was making a left turn on to Corydon. Or. Sherbo was reported to Good condition at the Misericord Dia Hospital with multiple to the face and possible Sion. Alexandra Turkalo 19, of the Misericordia Hospital nurses residence a passenger in the Toews vehicle was treated for bruises to the Knees Andi released police said. Biologist to speak or. Richard Liversage a Dev i Elo mental biologist from the University of Toronto will speak at ., dec. 14, air room z201 in the Duff Roblier building at the University of Manitoba on studies of Ian limb and Tail regeneration. Cono Coj new Conoho Polar Start lubricating fluid a imitates f it i new Cut a Uther Riff Elwirt Oil. C. N. Andison equipment limited Winnipeg Thompson thunk tit Bay 774-1828 778-7004 345-5426 weather report 8 firemen burned by chemicals eight firemen were taken to Hospital and treated for Burns to the hands following a minor fire Early sunday at a Mcphil morning bulletin Fri the pair it provinces feh pres turf Lyster Cistern Manitoba will maintain skirt Alberta will see Cloudy skies Light Snow today. Temperatures will Range from near 30 at some Alberta Points to Ako tit 10 above in Southeastern Manitoba. The Cloud cover and slightly higher temperatures will move eastward to cover most Manitoba by tuesday evening. Little change is expected elsewhere. Figures on the map indicate expected High temperatures today the thieves confined their of to household effects and owner reported a Kitchen metro s approval. Officials that the chaffing of tenders is to tree interim a project manager since it has been decided to use these quentian Send Eris Toetz xxx free std Este at fee a Versi Tjas year s wishers arc wac hereby teasers Are cared for to

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