Wednesday, October 12, 1983

Baldur Gazette

Location: Baldur, Manitoba

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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba st The Gaze 84 38 Manitoba 1983 Appointments Will Be Necessary Both the of Argyle Council and the Baldur Village Committee will be required to make appointments to fill out the positions on the In Ward Robert Sigvaldason did not seek reelection and no one from this Ward was interested in seeking the On the Town Committee the resignation of Tryggvi Johnson also left a vacant Once again no one appears interested in the In Ward One there will be a change however as Roger Lebeau will replace a retiring Mert Dan Klassen and Andre DeRuyck had also filed nomination papers but later All other members of Council were returned by This includes Steini Johnson as John Thomas in Ward Germain Levreault in Ward Harry Parsonage in Ward 4 and Edward Wytinck in Ward Town Committee members Edith Hock r and John Martens were returned by Personal Care Home Charge To Increase Dally Residential Rate Up 15 Gents November Health Minister Desjardins has announced that effective November 1983 the daily residential charge for personal care homes will be increased from to This will apply to all residents of personal care homes in the province and also to patients in hospitals who have been panelled and are awaiting admission to personal care Desjardins said the increased charges are necessary and reasonable in view of the increased costs associated with the insured Personal Care Homes The increase of 15 cents per day per resident will become effective one month after increases in Old Age Security pensions and Guaranteed Income Supple Win Provincial Our congratulations to Norman and Loretta Campbell who held the winning Provincial Lottery ticket September The big win was promptly split among family Awarded Fowler Scholarship The winner of the Fowler Scholarship for this year was Teresa This award is presented annually in memory of George and Alexander Teresa is currently enrolled in the Child Care program at Red River Community