Baldur Gazette News, December 16, 1997

Baldur Gazette News

December 16, 1997

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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - December 16, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba THE DECEMBER 1997 Baldur Curling Club hosts Centennial Bonspiel Submitted by Janet Fowler Those who think that small prairie towns are and that nothing ever might be well advised to attend the Baldur Centennial Bonspiel January 28 to February Months of New Super Former Jerry will become the superintendent of the Turtle Mountain School Division in August of Shares The Pioneer Grain hope to sell million worth of shares to farmers and local investors to enable that company to build a grain terminal at The company plan to put million into the Break Enter A large amount of cash was stolen from the Notre Dame Arena on December 6th and also on that same evening Als Service Bake Shop at the junction of 2 and 34 was broken Damage to the front door was estimated at Increase indemnity The of Morton will pay its Reeve and Council 7 The Reeve will now get and each councillor will get per Big payout Leon Coop will make a cash repayment to members of The over members will receive cheques ranging from to Car vandalized ARCMPcarfromthe Shoal Lake Detachment was vandalized while the officer was in side the Birtle Four youths have been charged resigns David McDougall has resigned from the Rossburn Health and countless hours of volunteer time are being devoted to this particular onceinacentury and the event though six weeks is starting to take THE DRAW Bob Conibear is both pleased and amazed by the response he has received from teams both far and near to compete in Baldurs Centennial With a December 31 st deadline drawing Conibear now has a slate of 59 mens 47 womens teams and 9 At present he is accepting new applications in groups of so they could take 1 more mens1 team to make a full complement of 1 ladies team for a full complement of and 3 masters for a complement of To supplement the regular 3 sheets of the adjacent arena will be converted to curling ice for this big With these additional 5 sheets of each draw will consist of 8 The Masters are scheduled to play their games on Wednesday and Thursday during the day and ending at 5 Mens and Ladles curling gets underway Thursday evening with the first two one Mens and one The opening ceremonies will be held on the arena between the first two With 25 draws to be played over the entire Conibear plans for 8 draws 8 draws Saturday and 7 draws All curling will commence each morning at with the last draw Friday and Saturday beginning at 11 As Manitoba is experiencing such unusually mild preChristmas I asked Bob if he was beginning to become concerned about the natural ice in the Manitoba winters usually guarantee good curling weather in late but El Nino has certainly shown us a new side to winter Well cross that bridge when we come to Conibear adding that he has been pleased with the excellent response he has and feels Baldurs reputation for putting on a great bonspiel is alive and For those prairie folk with an insatiable thirst for Baldur will be a spectators paradise that the end of With walltowall curling i 6 hours a good good sportsmanship and great Baldur hospitality will be in generous FEEDING THE HUNGRY One hundred plus curling teams and all those spectators can eat a lot of soup and hamburgers over 3 so 1 asked Pat Dearsley of the lady curlers how plans were going to feed the Since the Baldur Arena has an active kitchen open regular hours all there Is already a structure In place to provide light hot meals and Since the lady curlers also work in the they are waiting to see the which will be made in before they schedule the work In the there will be a couple of work nights when large lots of hamburger will be portioned and frozen for quick snacks throughout the Local people will also provide steaming pots of homemade soup and pies for the big Aside from the lunch bar at the the town boasts 3 eating Vemos Country Diner has a widespread reputation for good food and a welcoming The local pizza parlour is about to change hands and the new Kristlne Janz will be planning to open the doors in the New Year with her own ideas on The Baldur Motor Hotel also provides meals in the restaurant and in the beverage The Curling Club Is hosting a banquet for the curlers on Friday evening In the Memorial There will be 2 one for the men and one for the The banquet will be catered by Verna owneroperator of Vemos Country For those with a there will be 2 bars In the as well as at the local and the new pizza place may be licensed by THE WELL DRESSED CURLER A big shipment of souvenir Baldur C C and 2 piece athletic suits arrived last just in time for Christmas Mark who is spearheading this part of the sold 100 of the 300 shirts on Friday These shirts come in mock goIfshSrt and sweatshirt each sporting a Baldur C C Mark figures a large percentage of these shirts will be designated as Christmas presents for the family curler or for curling Styles and colours are smart and would make a great souvenir gift of Baldurs Centennial The 2 piece athletic outfits consist of a jacket and pants of light polyester fabric in a rich forest green with a white They are fully and adorned with an embroidered club with or without are being supplied on a preorder basis and the first shipment of 57 have been shipped and More orders are being and will be sent in lots of 12 to Collins said he is very pleased with the response to the souvenir and in there will be souvenir club crest pins for all participating When the club decided to go with the bigger ticket items like rather than people discouraged Collins saying the orders got confused and were usually On the Collins said he has experienced great service and He reported that a lot of the credit goes to Mike at Tri Star Screenprinting in who has coordinated the whole returning the initial order 5 days early with all the right numbers and sizes as THE TV DRAW Greg and Gail Wanless of WawanesaBelmont Transfer has graciously donated a 27 colour TV to help promote the Centennial The TV will be raffled off as a and tickets are now on CENTENNIAL MEMORABILIA The rock handle Is unlike the ones used today and Is In the form of a Age of the handle Is It comes from Fred Macklln and can be seen In the front window of The HISTORY at MEMORABILIA Lome Dearsley and Earl Johnson have received a great assortment of rocks and brooms depicting the history of curling in Photos will be displayed behind plexiglas shields on walls around the while 2 display cabinets have been earmarked to show the larger MORE TO COME Three other club Rob Mike Johnson and Doug Roeges were unavailable for interviews on the status of plans for the Opening and They were curling in Crystal City for a berth into the Provincial Championships which will be held in Virden in I guess they can be forgiven they won 1 can say for sure that many volunteers will be needed to help host this and everyone who has a few hours to spare is encouraged to call Doug To be kept informed on new developments as we approach the Baldur Centennial watch this paper for We look forward to seeing you in Baldur the last weekend of Six and NOTICE OF PAYMENT DUE RELATING TO COMMON SHARES OF MANITOBA TELECOM SERVICES The Final Instalment of per share of common shares in the capital of Manitoba Telecom Services is due for payment not later than local time January Pursuant to the Instalment Receipt Agreement and the Pledge Agreement entered into among Manitoba Telecom Services the Her Majesty the Queen in right of the Province of Manitoba the Selling Montreal Trust Company of Canada the and the voting common shares of the Company evidenced by Instalment Receipts have been pledged as security for the payment of the Final The Instalment Receipt Agreement and the Pledge Agreement provide that if payment of the Final Instalments is not duly received by the Custodian from a Registered Owner of Instalment Receipts by local time on January the Custodian shall sell the Common Shares and any securities or property substituted therefor or in addition thereto in respect of which payment of the Final Instalments were not duly in accordance with the requirements of applicable law and of the Instalment Receipt Agreement and the Pledge and shall remit to the Registered Owner of the Instalment Receipt the Registered Owners pro rata portion of the net proceeds of such after deducting therefrom i the amount of the remaining unpaid Final Instalment and ii the Liquidation Cost Amount of per Common subject to a minimum of per defaulting Registered Proud Partnai o tho 1909 Pan Am Games ;

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