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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba c ed ro Q o 00 fL V 87 31 CANADA Argyle Council meeting The Council of the of Argyle met in regular session on August 1986 at Those present were Reeve John Thomas and Councillors Roger Jack Harry Edward Wytinck and Jim BolackKippen Resolved that the Minutes of the regular meeting of Council held on July be adopted as LebeauWytinck Resolved that the following Building Permit Applications are hereby approved 886 Richard Kwast Building a garage on Lot Plan 258 at 996 Phil Klassen Addition of bedroom and garage to house on Lots 1086 Jake and Helen Peters Utility Shed for Pump House on Lot ParsonageKippen Resolved that we make office space available in the municipal office for another year for the Tiger Hills Arts a nonprofit for acceptance of deliveries for a re presentative to be in attendance up to two days per and that we value this gift in kind at WytinckBolack Resolved that ByLaw 131986 for destruction of certain records by fire as permitted under Section of The Municipal be given first ParsonageLebeau Resolved that ByLaw be given second BolackWytinck Resolved that we waive all regulations under Section of The Municipal KippenLebeau Resolved that Bylaw be given third reading and LebeauWytinck Resolved that we authorize the attendance by members of Council at meetings as follows Central Weed District Annual Tour July at attended by Harry Parsonage and Jim Conservation District Meeting July at Crystal attended by Jack BolackWytinck Resolved that each in his own and the if are hereby appointed Site Inspectors under the PelicanRock Lake District Planning Scheme 1971 as with remuneration for mileage only and that the services of Harold Parsonage as Site Inspector will not be ParsonageKippen Resolved that the of Argyle will accept donations for the Tiger Hills Bantam Baseball Team in order that receipts may be issued for Income Tax purposes as provided in of the Income Tax These funds will then be turned over to the Ball LebeauParsonage Resolved that the office staff is hereby authorized to attend the Election Seminar at on with reimbursement for outofpocket The office will be closed at 11 WytinckParsonage Resolved that accounts totalling be approved for This includes 20 of the 1986 Special School totalling BolackLebeau Resolved that we rent a Case 2290 Serial from Case Equipment of at per hour for use with the and that the municipality will carry insurance based on a value of to cover the tractor while in Lebeau That we to meet on September at 8 Delegations Donna Skardal and Lily representing the Hola School Cairn outlined their plans for a cairn on this school When they have obtained more information Council will review this with regard to making a grant for the Betty a member of the Baldur Village approached Council regarding the problem of controlling stray cats in the The possibility of these animals becoming rabid was Council agreed to look into the Correspondence From Alan regarding Group General Insurance and 2nd letter re public funding of private schools and other Report re water samples and analysis on water at Baldur plant from Letter and Safety pamphlet from Interprovmc ial Line Regals ousted by Portage The Baldur Regals dropped the final game against Portage by a score of 8 The Regals made errors at the wrong time which was the main cause of the Portage hit the ball well at the right time whereas Baldur Portage is now facing Carberry and Carberry is up 1 all in the Regals had a pretty good season losing only 3 league games and representing in B Next year hopefully everyone will return and the Regals will possibly be even They have the youngest ball team in the area and possibly in a couple of years or so will be gaining some of the excellent Baldur hopefully Just think hockey season is just around the Glimpse of History A glimpse of Canadas railway history will be offered to residents of southern Manitoba on the weekend of CP which marked the 100th anniversary of the start of transcontinental rail passenger service this will display its Community Centennial Train in La Riviere that Feature attractions will be a directors two former baggage cars converted into mobile and one of the first diesel locomotives to be used in CP Rail The directors car is named the Mount Stephen after the first president of Canadian George Stephen of One of the baggage cars will contain displays and artifacts representing key parts of the railway history from the centuryold Last Spike ceremony up to the The other car features work on the Rogers Pass the largest construction project undertaken by the railway since building the original transcontinental Diesel locomotive Number 8000 was hi active service for three decades starting in With its traction motors it is used only for display The displays will be open to the public from noon until on both the Saturday and Sunday of the 2324 Admission is The Tiger Hills Bantams made a most respectable showing in the Western Canadian Bantam finals held at Drayton on the weekend as they came away with a 2 win 2 loss They dropped their opener to Alberta 64 then came back to defeat 98 and defeated host Drayton Valley In Sunday morning action they lost a close 85 game to Saskatchewan in which Tiger Hills led most of the Saskatchewan then went on to win their final game against for the Full game reports next
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