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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - August 26, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba The Weather Tuesday Low High Wednesday The Early Copy please Due to the Labour Day the Gazette will go to press on Friday so our deadline for the 2nd will be Friday at The Gazette will be mailed Tuesday as Town Wide Garage Sales The Baldur Commu nity Development Association is spon soring Town Wide Garage Sales in conjunction with Johnsons Show n Swine on Book your tables as soon as Harvest now underway Swathers and combines have hit the fields in full force in the First reports are the crops look to be yielding about Is Your Subscription Due 0 O 0 n D w aT 5T IT D cf o 100 32 August 1997 50c per copy Canada Games sailing a success The sailing events hosted by the Pelican Yacht Club has been described as very successful and it has left Pelican Lake with the added facilities of a great cement boat launching pad and breakwater plus a completely remodelled yacht No doubt these facilities will attract other major events in the years to i Vjw For Belmont and Hutterian students Summer Is Over by Maria Berry Gazette staff The summer that students in this area were so looking forward to has come and gone as area schools reopen this The following is a list of staff members for the school year at Belmont and Shamrock Schools Baldur School William Principal Grade 7 at 8 Susan Kindergarten Marlene Stevens and Resource Carla Grades 1 at 2 Susan Grades 3 6C 4 Gordon Grades 5 sc 6 Randy Grades 7 8 Phil Anne Hanks and Susan Johnston will be teaching the high school Belmont School Barry Principal and Grades 5 6C 6 Velma Kindergarten and Resource and Carol Langan will be teaching Grades 2 H Shamrock School Georgina Veima Karen Administration Teacher Art The one big change occurring this is the change in bus pick up time for Belmont area students attending Glenboro Glenboro now has a 9 start time because of the new IITV instruction Therefore parents can look forward to earlier bus pickups because of this Home arrival will be the same as in previous Killamey report Sheila Dearsley nominated to District Health Advisory Council Marlene Stevens and Sheila Dearsley have been nominated to represent this community on the South Westman District Health Advisory The Advisory Committee will be responsible for helping to shape the future of the health care stystem in the South Westman The appointment date to this committee was scheduled for September 1st but has been delayed due to the fact that several areas have not had any possible nominees come We commend Marlene and Sheila for showing an Interest in this very Important by Knight Killarney Detachment On the Killarney and District Community Centre reported that the Centre had been broken into over the The suspects broke a window on the east side and gained entry to the Three youths have been identified as being responsible and charges are There was also another window broken on the west side of the building but no access gained from this The KDCC also had some vandalism done to the games room on or about the 25th of The persons responsible had thrown several pool balls through the east and south walls of the games room causing extensive over 1000 in Investigation revealed one adult and one youth from Killamey involved as well as a youth from Crystal These three individuals are currently facing charges of Mischief Under On the 19th there was a report of 2 town banners that had been stolen from out front of the Coop and the Erin Inn as well as the frames the banners were mounted The banners were white and This occurred between the 4th and the 18th of Also this date a resident of the 300 of Railway complaining of vehicles speeding on this complainants main concern was for children that play in this On the 21st there was a report of a non injury motor vehicle accident with a deer on Hilton which had occurred the evening There was a complaint received from a resident of the Mather area about youths that are driving while not of age to do The matter is being looked A request for a criminal records check was also received this On the 23rd a resident of Young Street requested police assistance in removing a male subject from the Matter dealt without any further On the 24th police responded to a intrusion alarm at the Killarney Credit alarm turned out to be SEPTEMBER 1ST ZTT a a
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