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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba i C 00 i GAZET 87 15 CANADA April Hey this is easy Jennifer daughter of Joyce and Lawrence was one of many young people who participated in the Jump Rope For heart held at the school on The Weather April7tol4 trace 17 cm 7 inches Awards Night The Baldur Barons Awards Night will be held on April 25 in the Baldur Foresters Supper will be and will follow by the presentation of player For an evening of good fun and entertainment plan to Tickets are available from Frank Roeges at Weekend Hockey Two Killarney teams will be playing in the Brandon Hockey Tournament Champions this weekend and they both have Baldur players on The Pee Wees Jason Seaman and Travis Johnson play Winnipeg South Monarchs on Friday at at the Sportsplex and then play The Pas Huskies at at The Midgets Shawn Jeff Bannerman and Brad Januska play the Dundurn Wheat Kings at on Friday at Saturday they play Brandon at at the Gardening Evening An Information Evening on Gardening will be held April 22 at hi the Dropin Verhelsts Greenhouses of Belmont will be a slide presentation and commentary on trees and annuals and The presentation will help the gardener make correct choices and give helpful ideas on caring for The presentation will also include the proper use of fertilizers and the correct application of The evening is sponsored by the Baldur Recreation Bowlers look forward to using new allies Council Notes The Council of the of Argyle met in special Members of the local bowling are seen working on the new sand allies located at the west end of the session on March at as agreed upon at the March Those present were Reeve John Thomas and Councillors Roger Jack Germain Levreault and Jim Harry Parsonage and Wytinck were KippenLevreault Resolved that Bylaw to 3rd amend Bylaw to provide for the issue of debentures to cover costs of works completed thereunder for water and sewer utility improvements up to December be given second Carried BolackLebeau Resolved that Bylaw 41986 be given third reading and Carried The remainder of the meeting was spent in reviewing the 1986 Budget Lebeau That we The Council of the of Argyle met in regular session on April Present were Reeve John Thomas and councillors Roger Jack Germain Harry Ed Wytinck and Jim LebeauLevreault Resolved that Minutes of the March 11 and March 26th meetings be adopted as Carried KippenWytinck Be it resolved that Bylaw to amend Bylaw 11986 with respect to Building changing the job title to Site with duties to be the inspection of the location of buildings on the site be given first Carried ParsonageBolack Resolved that Bylaw be given second Carried LebeauBolack Resolved that we waive all regulations under Section of The Municipal Carried WytinckLevreault Resolved that Bylaw be given third reading and Carried LebeauKippen Resolved that Bylaw to borrow up to from The Royal Bank of Canada for current expenses if be given first Carried BolackKippen Resolved that Bylaw be given second Carried ParsonageLevreault Resolved that we waive all regulations under Section of The Municipal Carried WytinckParsonage Resolved that Bylaw be given third reading and Carried WytinckParsonage Resolved that Bylaw for the purpose of levying a special rate of mills on the dollar on the assessed value of all rateable property in the of Argyle in each of the years 1987 and for the purpose of creating a Building Reserve be given first Carried continued on page 2 Canada Cup bound Curtis son of and Lome Bateman and a member of the Notre Dame Hounds will be taking part in the Air Canada Cup at Moncton this Should they make it to the finals the game most likely will be carried on Check your
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