Baldur Gazette News, January 14, 1997

Baldur Gazette News

January 14, 1997

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Issue date: Tuesday, January 14, 1997

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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - January 14, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba Common With daytime highs of only 17 F 25C the area has been engulfed in a long cold Most days also see strong winds which creates a high windchill Poor weather is being felt in many other parts of Canada including Vancouver and United States and Europe are also being hit hard by storms and cold Taxfax Debt At January 1997 the Net Federal Debt had grown to or per family of Draw winners Winners of the Tiger Hills Arts December Art Draw were Stained glass clock made and donated by George Mabon was Darryl Ludwig of Winnipeg and Bertha VanDenBussche of Swan Lake won the beeswax nativity The good Lord sometimes gives you the test before youve had a chance to study the HAVE YOU PAID YOUR SUBSCRIPTION O S ru r D S O CO p 3 OlQ r CT co O This week was relatively with accidents 5 and criminal record checks taking up most of our An Individual phoned and requested information on how to deal with harassing telephone was advised to subscribe to some of the latest technology available through MTS and her problems should be We have received a request for two office tours for the Killarney report Nursery School These will be done on the 5th of There was a false alarm reported at a local Over the weekend we received two calls from parents requesting we assist In locating the returning their We did one restricted weapons Permit to Transport and received an anonymous complaint from Belmont about a semi trailer being parked in the residential area overnight with the motor Our biggest concern for the week has been the threat that some of our local youths are getting into an ongoing battle with some youths from We had to deal with this Wednesday night and also on I would like to remind our local boys and girls that if they are involved in this type of incident that they will be arrested and will end up in There will be zero tolerance for this type of If you have any Information regarding these or any other unsolved please call the Killarney RCMP Detachment at or by calling Manitoba Crime Stoppers toll free at you will not have to give your name or go to and you may be eligible for an award of up to Serving the Towns of Ninette Surrounding Areas 100 2 January 1997 50c per copy Three New Ministers take on Provincial Cabinet duties Premier Gary Filmon has announced three new ministers will take on the challenge of provincial cabinet duties following a swearingin ceremony today conducted by the Chief Justice of Manitoba Richard The size of the provincial cabinet will remain unchanged at 18 and our priorities remain the same to continue to build a climate for economic growth and job while strengthening our education system and protecting social said the New ministers assuming portfolios are David Newman MLA Riel as minister of energy and minister of northern minister responsible for Native minister responsible for the Manitoba Hydro Act and deputy government house leader Franklin Pitura MLA Morris as minister of government services and Mike Radcliffe MLA River Heights as minister of consumer and corporate Current in order of assuming new responsibilities are Glen Cummlngs MLA Rose as minister of natural relinquishing minister of environment and the Manitoba Public Insurance Act James McCrae MLA BrandonWest as minister of minister responsible for the Manitoba Public Insurance and government house relinquishing minister of health Harold Gilieshammer MLA Minnedosa as minister of minister responsible for the Civil Service The Civil Service Superannuation The Civil Service Special Supplementary Severance Benefit The Public Servants Insurance Act and the Workers Compensation relinquishing minister of heritage and minister of multlculturallsm and minister responsible for the Liquor Control Act Darren Praznik MLA Lac du Bonnet as minister of retaining minister responsible for French Language relinquishing minister of energy and minister responsible for the Manitoba Hydro minister of northern minister responsible for Native affairs and deputy house leader Eric Stefanson MLA Kirkfield Park in addition to continuing his service as minister of chair of treasury board and minister responsible for the Manitoba Lotteries assumes responsibility for fitness and amateur sport Rosemary Vodrey MLA Fort Garry as minister of heritage and minister responsible for multiculturalism and minister responsible for the Liquor Control relinquishing minister of justice and attorney general but continuing as minister responsible for the status of women and continued on page 3 Snow removal a major task this winter Frequent snowfalls and high winds have kept road clearing equipment In this part of the province operating at a constant Top photo shows the large amount of snow which has been ridged Into the centre of Belmonts Main Hauling it away is very time consuming and The lower photo shows the playground equipment at Baldur School in the case of the teetertotter is nearly covered with ;

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