Baldur Gazette News, December 23, 1997

Baldur Gazette News

December 23, 1997

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 23, 1997

Pages available: 11

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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba The Wednesdays Jackpot is Million 100 49 December 1997 50c per copy Serving the Communities of Ninette Surrounding Areas Briefly Next Edition The GazetteNews will not be publishing a paper the week of The next edition will be in the new year January Clarification In last weeks Cypress River Credit Union story it was stated they would be taking utility bills MTS and This was incorrect they will not be handling these bills at this time but maybe down the they will take MTS Mobil ity payments at the Baldur Crib Tourney Steak Fry Baldur Curling Club will be a holding their Annual Crib Tourna ment and Steak Fry on Crib tourna ment starts at 2 with supper begin ning around 5 Is Your Subscription Due D g ro i 0 O D O ID oT 5T CD d B O Health Information Network Manitobas first test site for its state of the art Health Information Network HIN was activated December 17 leading the way to improve health care delivery for announced Mervin MLA for Turtle Through this authorized health care professionals will be provided with a tool that allows them the ability to administer care with more certainty and said By providing our nurses and pharmacists with secure computer technology that allows them to immediately access a patients prescription drug we will be helping to eliminate the risk of drug This is especially valuable in instances where a patient is admitted to hospital who is unable to Once the system is fully rather than having to spend time searching for an individuals prescription drug health professionals will have that information available to them no matter where they are located in the The confidentiality of patients records is protected under the Filmon governments recently proclaimed Personal Health Information which prohibits the unauthorized disclosure of personal health The state of the art information system is being developed with extensive consultation with health professionals and consumers to ensure it meets with the access and confidentiality of Four other test sites will be activated in the coming weeks at the Brandon General Beausejour and District Thompson General Hospital and Boniface General Greeting Fund a success once again The Argyle Lodge sponsored Community Christmas Greeting Fund collected These funds will go to the Fire Ambulance Service and Drop In This buck and doe took a moment to pose for the camera before heading back into the bush where thev mav have been meeting up with The which was taken along on Saturday shows thaTtne top deer may be missing a front This area Is also snows that the Killarney report by Knight Sargeant Killarney Detachment Well start off with found property that was turned into the If you lost or misplaced your bike in the last there was one turned in this It appears to be a bike with some distinctive On 971216 police received a complaint of an assault which occurred at the Killarney School on the night of the Christmas Investigation is ongoing at this point with charges pending against both parties Also this night there was a complaint of a older model brown Mercury car being driven carelessly in the Country Club Estates vehicle gone before able to If you see someone driving Improperly report Incident to police and try and get a license plate in case the vehicle leaves before police can Charges can be laid against the registered owner of that vehicle even if you are unable to identify the On a resident of Killarney called to report a it seems one of their lawn ornaments went a large teddy On 971218 police received a report of kids trespassing on private property in as well this date there was a report of a small fire being set by the curling rink in no damage These incidents are being looked At around this police were called to a single vehicle rollover accident on between Ninga and Highway The lone occupant of the vehicle was killed as a result of the Accident is still under On a report of a break and enter to a business in Killarney was Police attended to the business along with the owner and found there was an unsecured door only and no entry There was a report of kids skating on the lake this Please be careful and aware of the Ice conditions especially with the fluctuating temperatures occurring this There were two accidents reported this one with a deer and one caused by hitting a fixed At approximately 5 police were called to an assault and vandalism As a result police arrested an adult male and lodged him overnight in Detachment Subject has been charged with mischief under and breach of an This subject was transported to Brandon Correctional Institution on the morning of 971220 and will be appearing in court on 97 Just a reminder to at this time of year please be on the look out for counterfeit money as we have had a report of a possible bogus If you have any information on these or any unsolved crime please contact Killarney RCMP at 204 5237255 or call Manitoba Crimestoppers at 1 Fatal accident At on 34 year old Timothy Gerald of was fatally Injured when the half ton pickup he was driving left the highway kms South of and rolled in the East LeForte was thrown out of the truck as it rolled and was found by a friend lying some 50 from the It does not appear that LeForte was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the Visibility was good and road and weather conditions were not a The medical examiner has ordered an autopsy and the police investigation is LeForte was travelling Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the ;