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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba 87 11 CANADA March Rock Lake Oil Seeds meeting Wednesday Rock Lake Oil Seeds will hold a meeting here in Sakhalin March 19 at 9 in the Baldur All interested persons are urged to attend and see how they can become involved in this worthwhile wait in line Baldur Pool Elevator was extremely busy last March 11 when they handled bushels of Grain trucks can be seen lined up waiting to dump their This particular picture shows the trucks along Government Road and back out Highway The elevator has already gone over the million bushel mark with the year end not until Council Happenings The Council of the of Argyle met in Special Session on February Present were John and Councillors Roger Jack Germain Edward Wytinck and Jim Harry Parsonage was LebeauLevreault Resolved that Bylaw to amend Bylaw to provide for issue of debentures to cover costs of works completed thereunder up to December be given first reading and forwarded for approval to The Municipal BolackLebeau Resolved that the office shall be closed on March 4 and 1986 while the staff attends the annual Municipal Officials Seminar in Brandon and that outofpocket expenses shall be LebeauKippen Resolved that the con Barons Lose Game Report Next Week Baking bread Eight ladies from the Argyle municipality spent a knowledgeable and fun evening learning the basics of bread As well as many helpful handouts the ladies each made two loaves of Lois home gave step by step instruction in the preparation of This course was sponsored by the Baldur District Recreation If you would like to see a course offered please let a member of the Association know and we will do the ground work for the Watch for upcoming courses on Annual and Perennials and a two month cpurse in Martial Can it be Spring Can spring really be far away We have had reports of people seemg robins and a bluebird along the A gopher was also spotted highway east of Some creeks were also running on Monday Explorers collect towards wages of Town be raised from to per month for The remainder of the meeting was spent in discussing the 1986 Bolack That we adjourn to meet March i A Council met in regular session on March 11 Present were John Roger Jack Germain Edward Wytinck and Jim Harry Parsonage was KippenLebeau resolved that the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of February 11 and the The Explorers wish to announce that the 1986 Canvas for the Manitoba Heart Found ation in Baldur has drawn to a very success ful We are very pleased to report that we collect ed This breaks down in the following way Town Country 00 and from the jars in the stores We would like to thank the local business es for having the jars in their stores and for putting our posters All funds raised in Baldur have been for warded to the Manitoba Heart Foundation where will be allocated to heart and stroke research and education In Although heart dis ease and stroke continue as the main cause of we can all be proud of advances made Amber Loretta Kathy JenniferDeKezel Melisa Dearsley by Canadian the death rate is down dramatically over 31 since literally thousands of Canadians are alive and well thanks to discover ies such as the pace heart monitoring drugs to control high blood coronary care units and surgical tech niques for open heart and arterial by pass The Manitoba Heart Foundation is deeply indebted to every in dividual for so generous ly giving from the Each contribution can make a world of differ ence and a world without heart disease and stroke is what were all striving ;