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Waterloo Region Record from Kitchener, Ontario, Canada • 13

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
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I 1 i I 4 rescuers By Joel Rubinoff Record staff Blanchard BARBARA DAVIDSON RECORD STA CAMBRIDGE 7 EYE ON BIRDIE 1 OPEN 7 DAYS! Mon Sat 9 6 ri nights till Sundays 115 IN THE HEART DOWNTOWN ARTHUR (519) 8483919 WD 'J HERECORot Slxty year old Joan Herzog of Kitchener returns the birdie during a recreational game of badminton Tuesday Herzog who has been playing the sot close to 30 years plays once a week at the Breithaupt Centre on Margaret Avenue in Kitchener with other women badminton players Incredible fabrics colours and styling By Hilary Radley London og Utex Apropos 'Adorable Juniors Pizzazz and more In Reg and Petite sizes To go ahead the plan must still get approval from Waterloo regional coun About $800 00Q of thfe $16 miUion fi irst choice for women yn 'the way up Suitablesby i Simon Chang Jones New York Louben Bogato Clichy Daumois Petes Nygard and more Sizes 6 18 Reg $72 to $435 pledge rape B2 potest Worries merchants B3 charge In killing B6 An outbreak of the flu has forced the administrators of a Cam bridge retirement home to tem porarily close the home to visitors A note on the door of Riverbend Place at 650 Coronation Blvd on Tuesday said it will remain closed to outsiders until riday Riverbend Place is a for profit fa cility next td Cambridge Memorial Hospital that houses 40 seniors in a retirement lodge and another S3in an extended care facility No res ident ha? died from the outbreak Meeting tonight on fate Members of the public are beingasked to talk about the future of the former St high school at a meeting tonight The first phase of a study into the rehabilitation of the heritage designed buildings at Col lege and Duke streets is done said a release from riends of the St Centre for the Arts The meeting is from 7 pm to 9 pm in Kitchener council chambers People will a market analy sis and a review of development op tions The school closed in 1990 The owners the Congregation of the Resurrection waht to demolish it lu closes home to outsiders KITCHENER Pitbull representatives and others applauded after Coun Berry Vrbanovic became the sixth politician during a three atlon which supported the plan am nour aiscussion to enaorse a pian to tum Duke rancis and Chartes streets into two way streets At midnight after hearing more than 10 delegations and talking at Save 1 grabspet bites 5 KITCHENER VocW MW WM seaivh KITCHENER 2nd man faces murder charge A second person has been charged with first degree murder in con nection with the 1993 slaying of Dennis Weppler in Kitchener Charged is Donald rame 61 of Waterloo He is scheduled to ap pear for a bail hearing today Last month Bert McCaw 57 was charged with first degree murder in the same slaying McCaw is serving a life sentence in connec tion with a different slaying Weppler 48 was killed eb 18 1993 at his business at 30 Howard PL in tin industrial section of the Bridgeport area of Kitchener Hd was found bound withduct tape and with a gunshot wound to his Lipns give another $25000 The Kitchener Lions Club made its third annual donation of $25000 to the city Tuesday as part of its com mitment to give $800000 to help cov er cots and upkeep of the skating nnk and fountain outside city hall The club made its commitment just before city hall was built when the city was for money to pay for more amenities said club president Rudy Kruppa I iltA DUbliC WOrkS andtransnortatistn Cnm HBa rnnvpvafrtri 4QAfi AAA Id ia a mittee recommendation to Rive the 'co toward unerarimrfraff'M vtAntro ln Snnam one 1 project the grteen light which seeded anyway Jtoa for by SH vML he saick 'Measures HOMpwve safety and 7 rfr' 1 i IJIUV9VU VliailCLOa Voting iff favor of the project This is wftat council is supporting: Mayor Richard Chr isty councillors L' Changing Duke Street from Mark Yantzi Christina Street so rancis Street rancis Street i Weylie Kafen Redman and Vrbanovic from Duke Street to Charles Sfreet and Opposed were councillors Jake Smo Charles Street from rancis Street tola J6hn Snlola Jim'Zie'gler Tom Gal i Stirling Avenue intotwo way Streets loway and Gtzoff Loreytz 1 i the kind of close vote that kitrh 78 ener councils appear to relish Wagner fr i ClnAfiir CASUAL So many sensational looks for every mood and every" adventure Susan Bristol LB Diffusion Spanner i hl Vj 3v JIVUdJU 111 Claiborne Mr Leonard Simon Chang Stcilmann Local news: aV can 81)4 2231 ext 602 Wednesday April 10 ISYS' Agency goes after emergency MDs By Prttl Ybteja Record staff Tr 1 Kitchene hospital officials were meeting with headhunting agency today as part of an aggressiverecruitment campaign for emergency doctors St Hospital and Grand River Hospital have hired Medfall Inc to help them find five new emergency physi cians to ensure the continuation of 24 hour emergency service Temporary service The hospitals also plan to use MedE merg Associates a London based tem porary placement agency to help fill gaps In emergency service the new doctors are in place And a consultant will be hired to study how the two emergency depart ments can hold on to their emergency physicians unique in that a big hospital in a large community but we have the resources of big hospi said Dr Brian Kelly chief of staff atSt and an emergency doctor Because hospitals are not teaching facilities they have a supply of residents andmterns to help emergency physicians in a job that has high burnout rate Kelly saich siThe hospital's quest for new doctors is helped by the recent expiration ofthe NDP social contract legislation which prevented doctors coming from outside the province to access OHIP billing numbers said Dr JohfJ Maxted Grand River Hospital's chief of staff I window of( op portuni ty for physicians to come into the province andprovide Will travel east 'Maxted said Wmay go as far afield as Quebec and the Maritimes where some hospitals are to close think we're going to be successful but it be easy "Kelly said "There'll be a lean speU in Emergency room resources are al ready strained At least 18 emergency doctors shouldfbe serving Kitchener two emergency depart ments but only 13 doctors are now do ling the job Another three are expected to leave before July Emergency services in are pro vided by Emergency Associates a group of doctors who staff the emer gency departments at Health Cen tre (part of Grand River Hospital) and at St About 20 doctors have test the group in the last five years Kelly SAid Sever al have gone to more lucrative jobs in Another week another pit bull at tack on Cedar Street After an unrelated attack last week on a four year old girl farther up the road three people were bitten Tues day trying to dis engage the jaws of an attacking pit bull terrier from the 'midsection of a small Maltese spaniel even see him he moved so recounted a dis traught Irene Blanchard who was tak ing her tiny Maltese for a walk when the pit bull's owners opened the door of their 129 Cedar St residence police said to take in some boxes Ran from house lady opened the door and it just made a mad dash and grabbed my Clenching the pint sized canine in its iron jaw grip the pit bull got no fur ther whep Blanchard and four passers by set about diserigaging itt with little effect' guy'hit him with a1 wheel wrench and it still let says Blanchard whose dog was on a leash at the time of the attack else was kick mg it anoth er guy stuck his fingers in the inally after a threC minute struggle two passersby succeeded in disengag uUV9lpS9 I i 1 1 iviercnanu aowniown neign Dornooa i nanK uoa' said a relieved Nancy orawwy executive director or the Kitchener bowntown Business Assoc i si nt Il Jirnwi1 Jeans campaign helps liospital A Jeans for Kids campaign was to be launched today at a Bank of No va Scotia branch in Kitchener The $5 buttons lead up to a Moth Day telethon for Hamilton's Che doke McMaster Hospital on May 11 and 12 They are available at branch es of the Bank of Nova Scotia and the'1 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Bootlegger stores Jeans Day will be riday May 3 when sponsors hope businesses will promote the wearing of casual clothes and buttons by employees Around the Region "IT' 3 5 Iy 1 i KITCHENER Building no longer seniors only Change In designation reflects housing needs of single adults 7 A subsidized apartment building at 65 Paulander Dr in Kitchen dized bousing ler has lost its seniors only designation and will immediately be open to all adults the North Waterloo Housing Authority decid ed Tuesday 3 1 Ian Smith chairman of a as sociptiojl at 65 Paulander Dr which Since 1973 the apartment has been re This is the fifth seniors only bufiding was formed after residents learned of stneted to people 60 and over officials have converted in the past few the proposed change happy The change means adults under 60 years with the decision wiU now be chosen to move into apart nffl A just pibiyrfg our building ments as they become vacant with the Difficult decision i 'Uier than dpmg alltoe he entire building eventually becoming Jim Thompson the manager of the' k' adults only housing authority said the decision J' But thompson said toe authority de The housing authority still has 12 Tuesday was difficult to make but it cided to keep many of its seniors only otoer buildings hi Waterloo Region was necessary because of the growing buildings pecduso it toey'U be that house lust seniors waiting list among singles for subsiJ needed hv the end of the derarie DJ iX' 1 Jr vAU? 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