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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba The minutes of the fourteenth regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tiger Hills School Division 29 held at August at the Division Gerald John Stephen Robert Wendy Lesley Cathy Stanley Evelyn Leo Chairman Gerald Rutherford in the Dilworth Rutherford That the minutes of the regular meeting of July and the minutes of the special meeting of August 1986 be adopted as Sterling Chambers That the following tenders be accepted for the supply of school bus gasoline for the 198687 school year Baldur Canada litre Canada litre Cypress tender Canada litre Coop litre Holland Coop litre bulk Pilot Mound Louise Coop gas litre Pilot Mound Louise Coop diesel litre Rathwell tender Carman Coop per litre Sterling Bjornson That we authorize payment to Glen as per schedule in lieu of transportation for Judy Deamel to attend school at THE GAZETTE CANADA 87 32 tJ sT Westman Team Jason Seaman and Travis Johnson were picked to play on a team of Bantam age baseball players at recent tryouts at Deloraine and Teams from Central Manitoba and two teams from Winnipeg have been formed with a long range program by the Manitoba Baseball Association to groom a number of players for upcoming provincial and Canadian From these four one team will be Steven Ball of Glenboro and Curtis Folkett of Killarney who were members of the local Bantam championship were also Their first following tryout has been held at Virden and they played a doubleheader against the Central team on Saturday winning both Their final action for this year will take place in Winnipeg on 6 and 7 at a 4team The Weather August 18 to 25 hottest day of the year on 19 Low mm Yz inch Local teaching staff The 198687 Baldur School teaching staff will see Ramage teaching Miss Hiebert will have Grades 12 Miss Fitzpatrick grades 34 Miss Semonick grades Kentner will have grade 7 Yaremchuk grade 8 Richmond grade 9 Thiessen grade 10 Smith grade 11 and grade 12 will be handled by Hanks will handle the French teaching Secretary and principal relief will be handled by Rankmore and Coleen Deschouwer will be a teachers A second aide and a librarian will be hired Smith is also the principal with Yaremchuk vice Custodian duties will be done by Hanna and Students will start back to class on September la j C 1 cd o cd o for the Skardal BjqrrtsjDALjThjat the resignation from Joan Warrener as be accepted effective August Bjornson Richmond That we advise the people of the Rathwell Community and the Minister of Education of our intention to close the Rathwell effective June Sterling Dilworth That we authorize the children of Florence Cearns to attend Treherne Elementary School effective the fall term continued on page 2 Open Monday The Gazette will be open on September CD o CRIME STOPPERS A COMMUNITY PROGRAM Of THE MANITOBA CHAMBER Of COMMERCE Flatcar loads of pipeline pips are seen sitting on ike rail siding at The new pipeline passes through the northern part Manitoba Crime Stoppers this month is seeking the assistance of the general public in solving the identity and murder of a man near July 1986 was a warm summer evening in approximately 74 east of near a body of an unidentified male was found with several stab The body was located in the south ditch of the eastbound lane of the Trans Canada It is believed that the man may have been hitchhiking from west to along the Trans Canada Highway in western The victim is described as a male approximately 510 in weighing 165 with blue grey hair and between the ages of 45 55 He was wearing a blue coloured Tshirt with white grey shorts and tan coloured If you were in this area on July 2nd and may have seen please call Crime Crime Stoppers will pay up to in cash for information leading to the identity of the victim or to the arrest of any person or persons responsible for this or any unsolved crime in When you call you do not have to identify You also will not have to appear in Call toll free Thats
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