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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Ubrary The G 39 Manitoba 1983 Argyle Council Notes Council of the of Argyle met in regular session on October with aU members The minutes of our regular meeting held September 1983 were adopted as on motion of WytmckLevreault Resolved that we place an order with Manco Industrial Supplies 1976 for the following 7foot and Eighty 80 8foot Stelco 20 Grader Blades with delivery to be made between now and Spring of Baldur at todays prices and billed to us in Liquor Stolen From Variety Store For the second time within a year the Baldur Variety Store was broken into and most of the liquor stock The thieves apparently entered the store early last Wednesday morning by removing a window in the They then proceeded to place the liquor in sacks and then loaded them into a waiting The stolen liquor along with cigarettes and some cash amounted to approximately In the last breakin over was Only a small portion of the stock was Ken Theule To Head Health Services Ken Theule has been appointed to the position of Team Manager for the Killarney Service His responsibilities are for the coordination of Public Health and Social Services in this a Masters Graduate in Social has resided and served the Kiilarney area since 1981 as a Social and will continue in this capacity as well as provide leadership to other members of the Health and Social Services Theule replaces William Marshall who retired in mid summer and has since moved to SigyaldasonWytinck Resolved that the following Building Permit Applications be approved 1983 Honor Homes Building House on Lots 1 to 6 Block Plan 2083 George Van Damme Building a Garage on Lot 2183 Elwood Buchanan Enlarging back porch on house on Lot Wolfgang Damm Addition to Dwelling on NelsonThomas Resolved that Bylaw 2183 to amend Bylaw 183 with respect to annual vacation with be given First ThomasWytinck Resolved that Bylaw 2183 be given Second continued on page 6 Taste of Winter its not a local curler coming home from the late draw Actually it is a snowman made from the heavy snow we received last Tuesday Fortunately the ground was bare by Wednesday
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