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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba CANADA June 1986 Service ends BUI Bolack is seen sorting and loading the mail for delivery to the Baldur Rural Route for the last time on May Bill has operated this route for the past 5 years without missing a days Canada Post have closed this along with several other rural routes throughout the MYSTERY SOLVED we finally have the official word on who were hi the Yesteryears hockey photo of We received a phone call from Sandy MacDonald who resides in According to Sandy this picture was taken hi and the people in the photo were Geft to right Gordon Thomson of Killarney and now of Prince Albert Ragnar Johnson of Peterborough and Sandy MacDonald formerly of Ninette and now of These three players were hired to play with the Bontineau team with Sandy being the playing The team they were on won the North Dakota State They played Grand Forks in the Sandy Grund Church Performance Come and enjoy an evening of traditional Scandinavian music and poetry at on June The old and historic Grund Lutheran Church will be the scene of just such an evening when the Tiger Hills Arts Association and the CBC will bring Al Thorleifson and the American Swedish Spelmans Trio together for an interesting presentation of traditional Swedish fiddling and original Grund built by the Icelandic pioneers in has been declared an historic site by the Government of As this church should be a suitable place to come and atune yourself to the sound of a Swedish folk tradition a bit of Sweden has been preserved here which long ago disappeared in the mother The American Swedish Spelmans Trio consists of Bruce Johnson and Paul Dahlin on the fiddles and Nancy Dahlin on the Al formerly of will be reading selections of his own original His Icelandic heritage is a strong influence in his Tickets will be available at the For further information call the Tiger Hills Arts Association at The 1986 Budget for the Unincorporated Village District of Baldur was adopted as follows Total Expenditures Sundry Revenues with the balance of to be raised by a levy of Mills in Ball tournament The 14 and under ball club will host a fourteam tournament at the local park this June Teams from Wawanesa and Baldur will Betty Maxwell elected Betty Maxwell has been duly declared a member of the Baldur Town Committee following nominations on June She replaces Bill who has and joins John Martens and Hunter the Village of Street Repair planned for to be done by the of Highways on a cost sharing basis with the will include patching and sealcoating on 1 Fourth from 23 for 800 2 Second from 23 to Centennial A program for sidewalk building and repair is included in the IMPORTANT MEETING There will be a DashDay Meeting at the rink on June 4th at 7 It is extremely important that you attend this Time is running Workers are seen pouring the cement base for the new Hair Force shop which is located between Collins Carpets and Lees Food
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