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Glenboro Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Brandon, Manitoba Serving Glenboro Cypress River Stockton tree Bank and Wawanesa districts. Quot volume 92 number 1 Glenboro Manitoba wednesday january 5th, 1983 a wealth new year messages of of in s May All your Joys be multiplied Many times Over in the new year message from the honourable Pearl Mcgonigal lieutenant governor of Manitoba As the old year slides into history and the world welcomes 1983, we All pause to review the past take Stock and look to the future with new resolve. For me 1982 was an especially memorable year and one that leaves behind a warm glow. It provided an Opportunity to meet and talk with thousands of fellow Manitoban As Well As to make new friendships and learn a great Deal about the Complex society we live in. In our first year at government House my husband and i found an abundance of warmth support friendliness and caring. We met hundreds of volunteers the people a behind the scenes who quietly go about the business of sharing and caring every Day of their lives. It has been a privilege to meet so Many committed people and their dedication clearly bodes Well for the future. A new year provides exciting opportunities for All of us to expand our horizons increase understanding and do our Small part to improve the world in which we live. May 1983 be filled with warm memories personal growth and Well earned achievements for All of you. From our House to a Happy rewarding and fulfilling 1983 Pearl Mcgonigal weather views month of december High temperature 3.5 on dec. 17 Low temperature -32 on dec. 30 average daytime temperature -5.05 average nighttime temperature -14.4 Overall average temperature -9.72 precipitation 5.3 pm. Rain 10.6 my. Snow december 27th, 1982 to january 3rd, 1983 High temperature -3.5 on dec. 31 Low temperature -32 on dec. 30 average daytime temperature -10 average nighttime temperature -21 Overall average temperature -15.5 precipitation 2.8 pm. Snow temperatures Are about average a new years message from the honourable Sterling Lyon Only a year ago the prospects for the 80�?Ts were much More hopeful and vital than now. Economic slowdown and lost opportunities have resulted in trying times for Many of our Neighbours and friends throughout the province. My Hope and prayer for the new year is that All Manitoban will face the challenges of 1983 with the same fortitude concern and compassion for one another that our forefathers showed when they settled and built this land. We can draw strength from the knowledge that we remain among the worlds most favoured people despite economic setbacks. Let us then rekindle our Hope for the future As we enter a new year which i Pray will be one of Good health and Contentment for All. Happy new year Sterling Lyon agricultural society officers re elected the Glenboro agricultural society held its annual meeting on december 15th, 1982 in the Curling rink club room with eighteen people present. President Jim Diehl heard reports from the Secretary treasurer cattle director horse director display director fair manager and turf club. Warren Sigurdson the District i j a. -n2 cd co o representative gave a report on the Brandon conference. The officers of 1982 will carry on for 1983. Another meeting is planned for january 12th, 1983 with the turf club to discuss Grants for the purpose of building and renovating at the fair grounds rabies reported in District new years message honourable Howard Pawley Premier of Man. The coming year-1983-will be one of the most difficult and challenging to Manitoban and canadians in nearly half a Century. Together we must meet the issues head on to build a better future for ourselves and generations to come. We have the tools to meet the Challenge successfully a Broad based economic foundation Rich agricultural and National resources and skilled hard working people. This is a sound basis for our shared goal of a stable economic and social future. Through common Effort and common will the Type of common will so positively shown at a recent economic Summit meeting of business labour and gov emment we can do so much to ensure the new year will be one of Success and achievement. It is with Faith in our province and Hope in the future that i wish each of you happiness and Success in the Days that lie ahead. Howard Pawley rabies has been reported in the area by veterinarian or. , Coates. A Rabid Skunk and Rabid cow have been found about five Miles South of Glenboro. An individual in the Baldur area is receiving rabies shots after being bitten by a Rabid Kitten. There were about seven people in an education highlights area South of Glenboro receiving shots during the past month. Persons Are reminded of the importance of rabies immunization for their pets and also to be wary of animals exhibiting strange behaviour. By Garth Mcintyre the year 1983 is underway and on behalf of All the staff of the Glenboro school i would like to wish everyone Good health happiness and Prosperity throughout the year. Kindergarten will be operating on a full Day basis from now until june with classes running on tuesday and thursdays Only for Patricia trophy winners the months of january and february. I would like to remind All parents of senior High school students that there Are Only three cycles remaining until final course examinations. Exams Are scheduled for january 26th and 27th. There will be no school january 28th. Which will be an administration Day for finalizing reports. Glenboro menus Curling club fail club champions and recipients of the Patricia Ball gub trophy 1. To r. Darwin Richmond Wayne Richmond Greg Truelove and Allan Van Damme of Cypress River. They Defeated Allan Greer in the final game of the playoff. Club play resumed for the second half of the season on monday january 3rd. Play for the mixed league with eight rinks taking part resumes on Friday january 7th. Ladies club fall champions Glenboro ladies Curling gub fall champions 1. To r. Rona Barr Eileen Jackson Frances Otto and Margaret grift. The championship is based on the percentage of wins in the first half of the season. The ladies gub play resumes for both the afternoon and evening clubs this week

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