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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3COP8 31 The 40 Manitoba 1983 Move Clocks Back One Hour 30 Manitoba clocks move back one hour in the early morning of October when standard time returns to the Under the Official Time enacted in Manitoba in uniform daylight saving time is in effect in all parts of the province for a sixmonth period beginning the last Sunday in April and changing back again the last Sunday in This year the official reversion to standard time occurs precisely at 3 October at which time clocks are turned back to 2 Death Memorial service will be held today 26 at 2 in James Catholic for Henry Guy Joseph Desrochers who passed away in Winnipeg on He was Annual Christmas Dinner and Concert The Tiger Hills Arts will hold its 2nd annual Christmas Dinner and Concert on December 4 at the Holland Community Last year this event was a real highlight for the Christmas and it promises to be just as exciting this The Dinner and Concert is a fundraising held in support of the Tiger Hills Arts and its regular area The Dinner and Concent will be held on the evening of December and a variety of activities will surround that portion of the Since this is the same weekend as the Tiger Hills Drama Societys production some activities will be planned for the day of December and exhibits will be on display for the Saturday evening performance of the The and exhibitors for the event will be announced at a later Baldur Project Dedicated On October 16th a large number of Duck Unlimited workers along with several Amer ican supporters and other guests gathered at the new Ducks Unlimited Project at Wrays just to the southwest of John one of the land owners involved is at the left of the See page 7 for story
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