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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba elevator to be discussed at informational meeting An Important informational meeting will be held in Belmont Hall on January 28th at to discuss such items as the future of this rail line and the future of the local Both the United Grain Growers and Canadian National Railway will have speakers at this The meeting is open to all producers and the general public and everyone is urged to Nominations wanted for Volunteer Service Awards Important meetings Meetings of importance to all area residents are scheduled in this The first is Wednesday January 22 when the Tiger Hills School Division will hold a public meeting to discuss the budget and other issues facing Tiger Hills at at Baldur The second is at Belmont on Tuesday January 28 at 2 in the Hall to discuss the future of the rail line and That same at an informational meeting will be held in Baldur Hall regarding future financial institution Please plan to Team Canada Did you ever notice how the trade mission from headed by Jean seem to have better luck selling our goods in countries in warmer climates when its 30C and snowing in Canada Things may come to those who but only things by those who HOW IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION D S fo r m S O CD O oT oT CD O Q S o H 01 The Volunteer Center of Winnipeg requests your assistance In identifying nominees for the 1997 Volunteer Service The four categories are The Premiers Volunteer Service Awards for including a youth leadership category The Mayors Volunteer Service Awards for community groups the Volunteer Service Award for Manitoba Business and the Golden Hand Award for the and the Manitoba Community Newspaper These awards will be presented at the Volunteer Awards luncheon on April For the third the Manitoba Lotteries Corporation is the major sponsor of this For further contact the Volunteer Centre of Winnipeg at Deadline for nominations Is March Serving the Towns of Ninette Surrounding Areas 100 3 January 1997 50c per copy Rebels win The Belmont Rebels liniment team defeated the Baldur Panthers In overtime in the final of the Panthers 8team tournament in Baldur on the The Rebels also won their own tournament in Belmont on January 10th Winners of the Panthers draws were William Belmont aluminum Ron Pilot Mound wooden Brenda Johnson Czech Duane Klllarney Czech Panther Pucks Duane Ray Pilot Mound and Tracey Ken Pratt one ride home donated by Snipe RCMP Check Stop nets only one impaired driver in 200 stops H by Crystal City Detachment The Years period was relatively quiet for As previously indicated there was a provincial check stop program We checked over 200 vehicles with only one Impaired driver being that being Terry Follis of Pilot It Is quite obvious to us the designated driving program Is alive and We had numerous fender benders and wildlife related accidents but no We are aware of three snowmobile accidents in which persons were We are concerned about snowmobile safety and Intend on visiting all of our schools to promote snowmobile We have also Increased our snowmobile MANITOBA CRIME STOPPERS anonymity cash awards Solve a crime 18007828477 j on the subject of we are receiving complaints about the failure of persons stopping at the four way stops at the Kinsmen Hall in Pilot In a previous report we spoke about a serious assault outside the Mariapolis In addition to Robert we have also charged Keith Cameron and Kevin Roulette for this A warrant for the arrest of Roulette Is Anyone knowing of his whereabouts can contact anonymously or There have been two significant break and enters Into residences In and around the Pilot Mound Connor Beechs house was entered on the 8th of December with some windows broken and damage done inside the Theft was not the motivating factor of the persons police investigation As on the 21st of Marc Robertsons house was entered and numerous household articles including firearms were Recently there are a number of nuisance phone call complaints which are under Residents are encouraged to use Star 57 where We have had three spousal assaults this past month which were police Two of the assaults resulted in charges against male A pickup left running near a 711 store in Portage la was stolen and recovered on the Swan Lake First Three young females were apprehended and turned over to Child and Family charges are as you may have noticed In the Free Press there is an increase In fraudulent schemes involving the 1900 telephone Please be aware that when calling 1900 you are being billed at staggering We wish you a safe Quote Ail work and no is Dads version of his Community Information Meeting set for 28th The Baldur Economic Development Committee met to formalize an agenda and presentation for an Informational which will be held on January 28th at at the Baldur Memorial This meeting will be held to highlight relevant factors in the process of developing a business case or feasibility study for an alternative financial and answer questions concerning various options which may be Points that the Committee must deal with include the future status of the present financial the setvlce level required by our whether a feasibility study should be done to determine If another financial Institution is and If how to cover the cost of preparing the feasibility Please plan on attending this
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