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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba fl ss ZJ 3 co 8j 00 OH o 87 9 CANADA Four Part Series Starts See page 10 This is a four part series by Bill Kennedy on a Pilgrimage to Asia to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the end of the war in the Pacific and the liberation of the Hong Kong prisoners of Kennedy is a community newspaper publisher and a past president of the Canadian Community Newspapers The Pilgrimage was lead by The George Minister of Veterans Affairs for Memorial services were held In six Commonwealth cemeteries in Hong Kong and Editors noteArt Diehi of Cypress River was among those veterans making this trip back to Hong Kong and Thfere is a need for more volunteer buiance drivers and attendants for the Baldur District Ambulance They are also coking for persons interested in taking a Red Cross First Aid These volunteers can be either men or ladies and must be 18 years of age If you can help contact Mike Blahy at Presented Sliver Cup jb Division News TIGER HILLS SCHOOL DIVISION 29 The minutes of the fourth regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tiger Hills School Division held at the Division on February 1986 at Present Gerald John Robert Wendy Lesley Cathy Stanley Evelyn Leo Stephen Chairman Gerald Rutherford in the RichmondSterling That the minutes of the meeting of February be adopted as RichmondDilworth That the proposal from the Glenboro Collegiate Travel Club for a bus trip to during the period March 31April be ChambersSterling That we authorize a leave of absence for Anne Hamilton for the school year SterlmgOdell That the mobile shops units to be taken out of service effective the fall term 1986 be the power and energy and the electronics SterlingOdell That we advise Pembiiia Valley School Division that we are prepared to attend a joint of the two boards re the Proactive survey report but without the necessity of Proactive representatives being in SteriingSkardal That the Chairman and the SecretaryTreasurer be authorized to sign a Memorandum of as re repair work for the Swan Lake Band school bus SkardalOdell That accounts totalling beauthorized for Rutherford That we authorize a travel expense allowance for Earl dimming for the calendar year The next regular meeting was set for March 11 at Wheat Board candidate Larry of will be a candidate for District of the advisory committee to the Canadian Wheat who says he takes a pocketbook approach to farm says he will campaign on the need to maintain support for the Canadian Wheat Board and enhance its marketing programs to provide the most effective return possible to as well providing accountability to District farmers by reporting regularly on Canadian Wheat Board advisory committee We must be prepared to assist the Canadian Wheat Board in obtaining more favorable prices for every aspect of grain from the farm gate to the export Larry a Diploma grad of the University of is a delegate to Manitoba Pool past president of the Manitoba Farm Business a member of Canadian Seed Growers and the Manitoba Canola He and his wife son Tom and daughter liveon the family In partnership with his they produce wheat and Maguire has a keen appreciation for the problems of producers on branch lines he delivers his grain to the western end of the MorrisElgin sub Jason Wade Gudnason is seen here along with his Mom and Benny and Brenda receiving a silver engraved cup from Jean Ramage on behalf of the BaMur Health District Governing Jason was the first baby born in Baldur 28 in Deaths Funeral service was held at Neepawa on March 3 for Phyillis Lockhart who passed away February 28 at the age of Funeral service was held March 3 at Christ for Jennie Pearl Pierson who passed away at Baldur Hospital on March I at the age of Interment will take place at Greenwood Pilot Shirley Conibear and her rink of Shirley Levreauit Melody Martens and Lauren Jones won the 1st Event of the ladles bonspie GO the There were 29 rinks taking part Winning second was the Heather Parsonage rink of Shelley Penny Johnson and Leatme Joyce Lockerby of Nesbitt was third and Susan Kentner and her rink of Pat Marlene Stevens and Maria Pellets were
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