Baldur Gazette, May 11, 1983

Baldur Gazette

May 11, 1983

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Issue date: Wednesday, May 11, 1983

Pages available: 32

Previous edition: Wednesday, May 4, 1983

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Publication name: Baldur Gazette

Location: Baldur, Manitoba

Pages available: 49,333

Years available: 1898 - 2014

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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Ubrary 200 Vaughan R3C OPS x i ie Gazet 84 18 Manitoba May 1983 Office Reopens For The Summer Hi My name is Shelley Ehnes and I am returning for the sec ond consecutive year as the HireaStudent manager for Glenboro and the surrounding The HireA Student office is locat ed at Glenboro and is sponsored by the Vill age of Glenboro and the of Labour and The communities that the office serves are Bal Cypress continued on page 6 Seat Belt Requirements Spelled Out In Measure Includes Child Restraint Motorbike Helmets Highways and Transportation Minister Samuel Uskiw has introduced into the Legislature a bill setting out requirements for the use of seat child restraint devices and helmets for operators and passengers of a variety of motor The proposed amendments to the Highway Traffic Act would require that Operators of motor vehicles ensure that all passengers under five years of age be properly secured in a childrestraining device while other five years of age or including the be restrained by seat All operators and passengers on mopeds and motorassisted bicycles would be required to wear The only exception would be vehicles possessing a cab that encloses and protects the operator and The proposed which also defines seat belt assembly and advises on how seat belts are to be would bring Manitobas Highway Traffic Act into line with the Canada Motor Vehicle Safety continued on page 4 Glenora Goes Broadway A Great Success Three months of practise came to an end this past May when fifteen actors and actresses took their final curtain The many hours of work needed to present the three stage Mountain New Wives For and Wilbur Takes His seemed wellappreciat ed as packed houses each night gave the performers a standing The amateur most of whom had never acted in any theatrical production excelled in their and deserve to be Because of their was raised and donated towards Hall The actors and actresses would like to thank all those who with special thanks to those people from outside the from from Pilot from and from many other Thanks also to Jack Thomas who capably handled duties as master of Next we plan to present some more amateur theatre While some of the audience didnt think they could ever laugh as much as they in Glenora Goes we can only May May be The Weather May 2nd to 9th 20C 68F 8C 18F Precipitation of snow and 1 mm rain Deaths Funeral service was held May 9 at Elgin United Church for Orrin John McLennan who passed away in Winnipeg on May He was Interment in Elgin Funeral services were held May 10 at Glenboro United Church for Duncan McKay who passed away May 6 at Glenboro He was Interment in Glenboro ;