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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library R3C OP8 31 me Gazett 32 Manitoba 1983 A Seeks Leadership Brian for Turtle has announced his candidacy for the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of During his announce Ransom said that if chosen as he would begin immed iately to broaden the base of the party by develop ing through the party contemporary policies geared to improv ing the quality of life in He expresses particular concern that policies be developed that reflect Manitobas rich and diverse ethnic and cultural He also pointed out that policies will only work if they accommodate the realities of Manitoba economic life such as the fact that half the province lives in one Ranson warned that rising government a ballooning rising taxes and falling revenues coupled with a loss in consumer and investor confidence under the Pawley are threatening the governments capacity to maintain basic health care and educational He said it is probable that in the next provincial election the people of Manitoba will turn to the Progressive Conservatives to rebuild the economy and preserve essential In accomplishing that task he said it will be essential to preserve equality of access to services and prevent an unfair burden from falling on any sector of Ransom made special reference to municipal governments in his statement when he said that he would reinforce the partys longstanding policy of allowing municipal including the city of the greatest possible control over their own He stated further he would replace the NDP policy of interference with one of cooperation and Gerry for Norbert and former Minister of Urban Affairs and Minister of Municipal Affairs will be Ransoms campaign Computer Camp Tiger Hills Computer Camp 83 finished its week in Baldur on August Fourteen students completed the required Eleven students received Level I certificates for their first year in the They were Cathy Lana Jason Leah Diane Dori Ricky Kathy Ronald Trevor Cramer and Coreena Cory Chris Stephenson and Shawn Lockhart received Level II certificates for their second year in the We would like to thank the parents who came to our Open We appreciate the Chuck and Shelly Boissevain Win Captains Greg Workman Kevin Wood receive Championship Trophy from League Ivan Boissevain Centennials won the South Central Baseball League Trophy last Thursday night when they downed Baldur Regals in a close 32 The Centennials scored two runs in the first inning off continued on page 4
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