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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba CANADA January its Council met on January 1986 in regular session at All members LevreaultKippen Resolved that the Minutes of the regular meeting held December 1985 be adopted as BolackLebeau Resolved that we approve the following Building Permit Application Daniel Klassen Addition of Garage to cottage on Lot 222058 at Rock WytinckParsonage Resolved in accordance with we adopt the Provisional Estimates of all operating and capital expenditures for the period January until adoption of the Annual WytinckBolack Resolved that Bylaw to provide for setting salaries for officers and employees for 1986 and for the appointment of Pouridkeepers for be given first ParsonageLevreault Resolved that Bylaw be given second LevreaultBolack Resolved that we waive all regulations under Section of The Municipal LebeauKippen Resolved that Bylaw be given third reading and ParsonageKippen Resolved that Bylaw 286 authorizing the sale of Lot Plan to Bryan Mark Richard mimmews Notice to all directors and interested persons there will be a fair meeting January 20 at at the We will be discussing the possibility of giving prizes for floats in the as well as other questions and concerns regarding next years Please Each chairman will be phoned prior to the We ask each chairman in tern phone the rest of their For all those who have donated in the past if you do NOT wish to donate the same trophy this please call Val at If there is anyone in the community who would like to donate a trophy or prize money please contact Yal or Gordoni Of to the light horse we have added a hack pairs and a western pairs Get together with a friend and practice riding Try to match horses as closely as possible in regards to size and More fair news Look for details of the parade with the possibility of prize money for the most imerestina aMffl 1 7 198 Germain Levreault and be given first WytinckBolack Resolved that Bylaw 286 be given second LevreaultLebeau Resolved that all regulations under Act be BolackLebeau Resolved that Bylaw 286 be given third reading and LebeauBolack Resolved that Bylaw authorizing the sale of certain portions of roads closed on 18312 to Roy Marten McLaren be given first ParsonageLebeau Resolved that Bylaw be given second KippenLevreault Resolved all regulations under be BolackWytinck Resolved that Bylaw 386 be read a third time and BolackLebeau Resolved that Germain Levreault and Jean Ramage are hereby reappointed to the Governing Board of the Baldur Health District for a 3year term ending December ParsonageLevreault Resolved that Adolph Water Plant is authorized to attend a Seminar dealing with taste and odour control in water a new program sponsored by the Manitoba Water Services Board on March 20 and 1986 in continued on page 2 It was announced today by the Hinton Election Committee that Ed Hinton will be running for the Pro gressive Conservative nomination in Turtle Mountain Con Taking his early education in Eastern Ed is a graduate of the Tele vision Electronics In Assiniboine Brandon and National Radio Washington Eds association with the Turtle Mountain Constituency began on 1957 when he was a mail truck contractor for Canada Post Royal Mail along Following 13 years of trucking Ed decided to settle his family at Ninette to allow his children to be raised in a small In 1970 he started Ninette assisted by his Sam is still in Some of you may have heard Ed in church as he is a lay minister in Anglican Church of Ed has been very progressive in the education For the past 14 years he has been a member of the Turtle Mountain School Division 13 years of which he has been Ed has been married to Marge for the past 25 years and they ftave three A married daughter who with her husband have given dad and mom great joy with their lovely A single daughter presently employed as a bookkeeper in Winnipeg and Tim in Grade 10 at Killarney Democracy means Freedom of Choice and Ed has experienced enough political style campaigns to realize that choice is important and for that reason he is Norman Ward speaks to school children Inspector Norman Ward of ihe Brandon Fire nf was a Bcklur along heir safety to talk on fire The young student thoroughly enjoyed Normals
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