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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - July 8, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba The Weather Tuesday Low High Wednesday The JUL 1 4 1997 100 27 July 1997 50c per copy Serving the Comnfiunities of Elaldurj Ninette Surrounding Areas rsrr MV jLi f j J1 J Briefly Baldurs Bowl N Ball this Weekend The Canadian Belgian Bowling Championships take place this Friday to Sunday at the There is Mixed and Hat There will be a Mixed Linament Ball Tour nament held on Glenora Waste Site closed Effective immedi the of Argyle have been forced to close the Glenora Waste Disposal See the notice on 2 for further Holiday time is coming The GazetteNews holidays are ap proaching quickly as they will not be publishing the week of July 29th or August Is Your Subscription Due D Z ro Ct ii O CD o 3 ocq V C CQ y CD o More Vandalism by Knight Klllarney RCMP Detachment The week started off with a complaint of a stolen cattle fencer which was located near in the of Turtle The theft occurred sometime between the 25th and 29th of Police have received information regarding a description of a vehicle seen at the location of the fencer during the time it went investigation is There were several complaints of vandalism during this period as The chiropractor office on Broadway had the front window cracked by an unknown complaint was received on June On July 3rd a resident of Oakden Drive reported vandalism to a park bench and 2 picnic tables located at the Horticultural On July the K Ranch Service Station had the front door window the damage was done by the vandals using a medium sized rock and throwing same through the Last but not owners of Chapman Motors reported 5 vehicles being there were three vehicles that were keyed on the hoods and 2 vehicles had eggs thrown at Please contact the Killarney Detachment If you have any information regarding these senseless acts of There were three separate reports of motor vehicle accidents involving collisions with Remember if you are involved in an accident to complete a Traffic Accident Report In the early morning hours of July police attended a break and enter in progress at a residence in A male from was located inside and was The subject was charged with and released for court date in July in On July 2nd a report of a shed fire located behind the H R Block building was The fire was small and minimal damage was The cause appeared to be garbage started on Information was received of a couple of teenagers seen leaving that area around the same time as the fire was Also on this date a complaint was received from a resident of Belmont of a vehicle being driven in a reckless The license plate was recorded and the Registered Owner charges On July 4th a resident of Boissevain requested assistance in locating their foster child who had gone missing in Killarney that The young female subject was located the next day in Killarney and appropriate authorities On July 5th police were called to a disturbance in the 300 block of Williams Killarney of four males After these persons were spoken a charge of impaired over was laid against a male a resident of This subject was released and required to attend court in July at Darrick Jones to play in Canadian Youth Baseball Championships Quarry Park in MB will be the site of this years Blue Jays Cup National Youth The championship Is for Canadas best 18 at under hardball Darrick Jones of Baldur is the catcher for Team The tournament runs from July 10 From this players will be picked to represent Team Canada at the World Youth Here Is a schedule for Team Opening Ceremonies July 10th prior to Team Manitoba Game July 10th at Manitoba vs Nova Scotia July 1 1th at Manitoba vs Quebec July 12th at Manitoba vs Newfoundland July 12th at Darrick Jones Manitoba vs July 13th Good Luck Craig Ninette seen here preparing to load the special culverts which they manufactured for pumping water into the Ducks Unlimited artificial marshland in Belmont and District Museum open for the summer months Belmont and District Museum opened for the summer months on July The Museum has been awarded a 75 grant through the Canadian Heritage Association Youth Employment enabling us to hire a Devin McLean has again been Last year Devin proved himself to be a very capable staff and knowledgeable He is sure to make your tour interesting and Several changes have been made to the display The public is invited to visit and view the artifacts and memorabilia of our pioneer Regular hours are from 10 to 12 noon and 15 Tuesday through Saturday from July 2nd to August Visits at other times are also available through any Belmont Historical Society Executive Directors for 199798 are Dorothy President Dorothy Retta Secretary Margery Treasurer 537 Roy Museum Director Ed Bergman 5372515 and Jim Webster Directors at you so desire No More Junk Mail As of July mail carriers and sorters will stop delivering unaddressed junk mail to Canadians who wish not to receive any of The new policy is in response to a Canada Post mandate review last May that showed Canadians want to have a choice when it conies to receiving junk Exempt from the new policy is material from Elections Canada and provincial electoral House of Commons mailings as well as community Once consumers opt to choose a no flyers they cannot pick or choose which flyers they will free some government store catalogues and charity information will not be included in their daily Canada Post noted it would be impossible to keep track of notices of accepting some unsolitlclted mail and not
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