Glenboro Gazette in Glenboro, Manitoba
13 Aug 1980

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13 Aug 1980

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Glenboro Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Brandon, Manitoba Emergency phone numbers ramp a tre heme 723-2345 fire dept.-827-2222 Hospital -827-2438 doctor a 827-2633 ambulance 827-2480 a Wette volume 89 serving Glenboro Cypress River Stockton tree Bank and Wawanesa District. Number 31 Glenboro Manitoba wednesday August 13th, 1980 s Sig m cd a a o o a �3 o via a a it his do a cj1 <0 c p of m it it up c recreation director assumes duties in Gle Wawa it o o a o is a it Fogt Glenboro hosts Western Canada baseball this weekend the Gle Wawa recreation District has hired Jane Anne Mcgaw to serve the District As recreation director. The appointment was effective August 1st. Miss Mcgaw a native of London Ontario is a May 1980 graduate of can adore College in North Bay Ontario. She received a diploma in recreation leadership a 2 year course. Jane an Only child received her elementary and High school education in London and prior to two years at can adore College took two years at Fanshawe College in London one year of business and one year of general arts receiving a general arts amp science diploma. This Job in the Glenboro Wawanesa area is Jane a first experience with the Prairies and she is looking Forward to it. Jane will be responsible to the Gle Wawa recreation District Board serving the communities of Glenboro and Wawanesa the of South Cypress and Oakland and the school divisions of Tiger Hills and Souris Valley. She is looking Forward to meeting the people of the areas learning about their spare time activities and what she will be doing to introduce More and or new activities covering All age groups. When settled she will have offices in the schools at Glenboro and for the time being Jane can be reached through the Village office in Glenboro or by telephoning 827-2348. The Kinsmen club of Glenboro Are Busy finalizing preparation for the Western Canada intermediate baseball championships slated for August 15-17 in Glenboro. This years championship promises to be bigger than the 1976 championship also hosted by the Glenboro Kinsmen. The tournament which starts Friday and runs through sunday will include the provincial intermediate champs from All four Western provinces along with the Host club the Glenboro canucks. Carrying Manitoba a colours will be the Deloraine royals while Saskatchewan will be represented by the Vibanc a a. Albertan sentry will be the Edmonton cardinals and . Will Send the Enderby legionnaires. The draw for the tournament is As follows Friday August 15th 9 . . Is Host 11 45 . Alberta is Manitoba 2 30 . Saskatchewan is . 5 00 . Manitoba is Host saturday August 16th 9 00 . Sask. Is. Alberta 11 45 . . Is Manitoba 2 30 . Host is Saskatchewan 5 00 . Alberta is . Sunday August 17th 10 30 . Host is Alberta amp Manitoba is Saskatchewan 2 00 . Final for Gold and Silver medals -1st place team is 2nd place team. Should a playoff be necessary it will be held at 2 . Sunday with the final being scheduled for 5 30 . Tournament passes Are available for $7.00, and daily passes Are available for $3.00. Contract let for Baldur personal care Home Jane Anne Mcgaw Flower fruit amp vegetable show this saturday health minister Bud Sherman has announced Manitoba health services commission approval for the awarding of construction contracts for Hospital personal care Home projects in Baldur and Morden. A new 20-bed personal care Home will be built at Baldur attached to the Baldur District lowest of nine bids received. The $885,000 project is expected to be completed in april 1981. In Morden a new Laboratory building will be constructed at the Morden District general Hospital. The $415,000 project also includes upgrading of the fire alarm system and Hospital. Hie Baldur project also includes a fire rated separations in the building. Glenboro is hosting Central Manitoba horticultural society a annual Flower fruit and vegetable show in 1980. Public viewing is saturday August 16th from 2 30 to 8 30 . In the United Church . Building. Admission is $1.00 for adults 50c for children with lunch and door prizes. Presentation of awards is 8 . Saturday. Entries Are received Friday August 15th from 6 00 to 9 00 . Prize books Are available at Macleod and Foord Kelcey a menus Wear. Details regarding adult and Junior sections of the show Are enclosed in the prize Book. To avoid the last minute Rush exhibitors numbers and entry tags Are available from Lena Wayte Steve Foord Kelcey or Joyce Wilton. Plan now to exhibit and attend new Kitchen which will serve both the Home and the Hospital the Hospital renovations to upgrade fire safety standards. The general contractor is . Penner and sons ltd., of Blum Enort which submitted the construction is expected to begin in August and be completed in january 1981. The general contractor is Hansen construction company ltd., of Winnipeg which submitted the lowest of four tenders received. Peggy Clark is top lady golfer Hay incentive program gets Active response As Many As 5,000 Manitoba producers could be registered for the provinces Hay crop incentive program designed to turn annual crops into Hay silage or pasture said agriculture minister Jim Downey. Or. Downey expressed pleasure with the positive Way in which Farmers in the province have responded to the program. Figures up to july 25 indicate that 4,340 producers throughout Manitoba have registered their crops. However the total number of producers registered was expected to reach the 5,000 Mark before the july 31 registration deadline. Up to july 25 producers had registered 7,706 Fields for a total of 334,395.5 acres. A breakdown by Region indicates that 1,224 producers registered 88,198 acres in the Central Region 1,156 producers registered 102,274 acres in the Northwest Region 933 producers registered 91,674 acres in the Southwest Region 415 producers registered 22,816.5 acres in the Eastern Region and 612 producers registered 39,433 acres in the Interlake. The Hay crop incentive also known As the a Green feed program was announced by the government on june 23, along with a number of other drought assistance plans. Under the terms of the program producers could Register crops planted prior to june 20 or crops planted Between june 20 and july 30. Crops eligible under the program include wheat Oats Barley critical a Rye Millet sorghum and sorghum Sudan hybrids. For those crops planted before june 20, producers will be paid $15 per ton for any crop harvested As Hay or silage or $15 per acre for crops used As pasture provided there is at least a half ton per acre yield. For those crops planted Between june 20 Peggy Clark of Brandon turned in an eighteen Hole score of 90 to win the championship flight in the annual ladies Golf tournament at Glenboro on monday August 11th. Brandon golfers dominated the championship flight with second going to Isabel Ferguson and third to june Clark both of Brandon. Both were declared their respective wins on a count Back. Following is a list of the flight winners first flight 1. Everyne Curry Manitou 98 Marge Cleland Brandon Thelma Lee Carberry. Second flight 1. Florence Manning Pilot Mound 111 Betty Howell Killavey Florence Graetz Hansboro North Dakota. Third flight 1. Stella Tolmie sunny Side bin. 116 Val Ford Glenboro Ann Dickinson Killarney. Fourth flight 1. Ruth Mccallum Manitou 128 Phyllis Rogers Sunnyside bin. Dolores Ehnes Glenboro. The lady winning the prize for the oldest golfer was perennial competitor Myrtle Young of Holland. Susan Mauthe of Killarney was the youngest. Several Novelty prizes were also presented. A total of eighty six part in weather that was less than Ideal being Cloudy Cool and Damp with the Odd Shower of rain. Club president Kathie Taft welcomed the golfers and the prize distribution was taken care of by Rowena Anderson representing the prize committee. The ladies came from Many surrounding communities in Manitoba As Well As a few visitors from North Dakota and . All enjoyed the cold plate luncheon served by the club House attendants Enid Johnson and Beth Graham. 76 wins senior tourney Golf news web to mrs. D. Duffer Glenboro a senior menus Golf tourney was and july 30, producers can be guaranteed a held on july 28th and hosted one Hundred and payment of $15 per acre or receive the $15 per eleven golfers with Steve Swazuk of Portage ton to Harvest crops for Hay or silage that is la Prairie posting a Low score of 76 to win his sold or stored in Manitoba or $15 an acre for flight and be lowest Overall annual crops utilized As pasture. Participation by producers has been better than expected and will do a lot to increase locally grown Hay and feed supplies. A this should help to reduce our dependence on outside sources of Hay and feed the minister said. The a a kids flight 50 54 years was won by a Mccullogh of Manitou and second went to Dale Mcdonald of Portage. A1 Frederickson and Herman Arason of Glenboro took the 55 -59 flight while the 60 64 flight was won by Steve Swazuk of Portage and dub Mundell of Brandon. Clarence Mcfadden of Brandon and Jack Mudge of Morden won the 65 69 flight Jack Russell of Manitou and John Rowlands of Brandon took the 70 74 flight while Elmer Franklin of Manitou and Birkett Mitchell of Brandon took the honours in the 75 and Over flight. As you can see an extra flight of 75 and Over was added this year and had 12 golfers entered. Believe it or not had there been an 80 and Over flight there would have been 3 golfers qualify with three More at the door step at 79. A number of Glenboro golfers took part in the International tournament a couple of weeks ago with Roy Wallis the Only one winning a prize. The Low local golfer was Don Barr with a 36 Hole score of 163. Continued on Page 2

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