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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba cq 87 27 CANADA My I Storm slams area 14 unders play this Weekend at Pilot Mound 4 Baldur 14 Under will definitely play in the Provincials this weekend weather permitting despite some wrong information we carried last This weekends hosts will be Pilot Mound and the tournament will feature 8 teams and they are broken down into two groups of four in roundrobin Baldur will play their first game Friday night at when they play Their next game will be Saturday night at 7 when they take on Warren and then on Sunday their final game in the roundrobin they will play Brandon at 10 on the The other side of the draw will feature Pilot Mound as the host team along with Balmoral and Surpass goal Residents were busy repairing roof tops and here we also see a motor home destroyed by the A severe wind and rain storm ripped across a portion of Southern Manitoba running from GlenoraGreenway area through to Mariapolis and on to Swan Lake and Somerset and caused well in excess of million dollars in damage last Thursday The storm struck the GlenoraGreenway area shortly after four causing damage to several barns in the steel and wooden grain bins and From there it moved on to Mariapolis where it knocked the steeple off the Catholic tore out tore part of the unused elevator down and bent From here it travelled on down to Swan Lake where the southern portion of the town received extreme damage to camping trees and everything and anything in its From there it went on to Somerset where once again it caused extensive Roofs were ripped off sheds and garages extensively damaged one the school and the hockey arena as well as uprooted trees and tore shingles off roofs and toppled TV Many farm sites also received extensive damage to buildings and ganaries and debris littered the Large power lines were also no one was killed or Several photos are carried through this New service for area The Manitoba Heart Foundation success fully surpassed its 1986 Heart Fund raising a total of This represents an increase 8 per cent over last years Campaign Chairman Audrey Vandewater credited the successful campaign to the heartwarming efforts of over volunteers in more than 250 including We really do have to thank our canvassers for braving the cold and especially acknowledge the generosity of which will ensure heart research and education will continue in this Last per cent of the funds raised were allocated towards heart and stroke research and The Manitoba Heart Foundation has set its 1987 Heart Fund Campaign goal at Richard accountant will be holding a regular office at The Gazette Building each Tuesday morning starting July See advertisement else The steeple from the Mariapolis Roman Catholic Church lays in a broken heap after being blown from the The Church minus its steeple which was a land mark in that area and could be seen for
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