Steinbach Carillon News, March 7, 1946

Steinbach Carillon News

March 07, 1946

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Issue date: Thursday, March 7, 1946

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Location: Steinbach, Manitoba

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Years available: 1946 - 1973

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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - March 7, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba urn 1 THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA March 1946 Have You Joined Red Cross Branches in Manitoba are conducting the 194G Campaign essentially along the lines of previous and re ports received at Headquarters in Winnipeg indicate that rural Manitoba will once more accomplish a thoroughly successful The Manitoba Red Cross needs a strong vigorous member ship if it is to continue in peace as it did in This Province has an enviable record in war and the peacetime program is no less Funds received from the current membership drive will be used for the betterment of the health of our A new blood transfusion service will be set whereby every hospital in the Province will be supplied free of with blood and with the stipulation in trans fusions be given free to any woman or child in Although was spent for transfusions in this Province last in many instances blood was not and could not be bought for any This Red Cross service will there fore prove vitally important to our v 11 i 1V11 JLJ L IlfO t ctno w Another urgent Red Cross activity is the continuing care of A luscious dinner prepar ecj the presentations on behalf our disabled Lodges which have or are being ed by the helped spread the of the and put in a in connection with large military hospitals across good words for the must be As long as patients are confined at Deer Penner gave the Wei Ernest ex Lodge hospitai Winnipeg the Red Cross will provide com nofpS recreation for invitations to boys out of navy always had Ben 2 Welcome Home Bio Success March About 80 happy was the Steinbach Brass servicemen and their families Kornelsen present and friends crowded the cd the leather wallets on behalf giate Auditorium at the welcome of the Over half of the home dinner given in honor of veterans have been students of the boys by the Board of Town Board and Womens In Ernest Reimer answer Norman Friesen ex iilaxed thelast The dinner ended in a happy mood with a led by Avcrno the lights and the sluv was the boys gathered at another place to continue their sing The nutrition service is of special interest to rural navy always had quality Henry Brandt said grace j Unruh took the floor for the Air A V AVtli J AM 111 LI I 1 LUVJISi Lilt I IUWI VJ I II IU i With a program of better school lunches in rural this and delivered a short saying that they werent 1 1 tirltVl Jinfl i 1 1 T Vinr1 service must be And the Home Nursing which teach the rudiments of nursing to will continue to be held in every corner of The Red Cross has always been concerned with the relief of Eight and a half million funds already will go this year for relief in Europe and At home in the ambitious peacetime program of the Mani toba Red Cross needs the support of every The Hanover Branch of the Red Cross last year contributed a total of to this worthy Can we do better this year Saluting with gratitude and as Reimer had paint pride your heroism and sacri ed tnem to Ben proves A toast Adams ale was pro THANKS The Womens Institute thanks all those who helped with the baking of pies and all the waitress for their fice Following this was a vocal RESOURCEFUL The lumber shortage in Cana da would not be nearly so critic al if more firms followed the ex ample of our local lumber Not being satisfied to sit back and tell customers that they simply couldnt have any lum ber because none was these resourceful gentlemen took stock of the gathered what help they could and hied off into the woodlands to make their this modest be ginning these new industries have grown to considerable pro Steinbach Lumber Yards has purchased a beautiful tract of timber at and the plan is to make this a permanent allyear T Loewen Sons have operated a saw millat Hudsons Bay Junc for several but plan on moving further west next Plett of Giroux are located at Nor Sask They are the biggest operators of the three and will this year produce almost board feet of I GARAGES TAKE SIDELINES With no apparent alleviation of the farm implement it is of interest to note several firms taking on farm machinery as sidelines to their regular busi Regehr Sons have taken the AllisChalmers agen Penners Garage will sell Cockshutt and Friesen Son are concentrating on Ford Furgesonwheelless Im While prospects of early delivery are at present rather these firms are pre paring to be ready for a buying public when the ava lanche of new machinery finally Reimers formerly represented the Cockshutt Plow j but relinquished th line in order to concentrate more fully on their general HANDLE FACTORY AT PIERRE New so vital to the jroper development of our coun are continually cropping up icre in southeastern At Pierre we noticed a trim new and were inform ed that this is to be a handle selection by Whetter Irish accompanied by Also participating where axe and hammer handles are to be The shop was not yet in opera but we managed to get in contact with the who promised to send us details for some later The Knights of Columbus are also active at A large recreation some 76 feet is to be built this It will enclose a bow ling alley and several billiard posed to the services by i answered by Bark toasts still adams ale were the proposed to the and the wives Quite a number of the boys stood up to the last Two families were mentioned for excellence in service and Barkman 6 boys in the services and Reimer 5 boys in the services A two minutes silence was ob served for our f missing boys George Barkman Ronald Campbell Frank Gieabrecht Jake Klippenaieln Nick Otterburne Wins Cup RED CROSS WORK IS FINISHED Ottcrburne took home the co veted Prefontaine Trophy after winning easily three out of four games in the final three out of five The fourth game was played at Steinbach on when the local Huskies took a beating of The cup was presented to Ot terburne by Joe Caron of winners of the cup in the 4344 JOE YURKOWSKY OPENS RADIO SHOP Down Sarto way a radio which will service as well as has been started by Joe Joes 4 years ex perience with radios in theRCAF should come in real handy to him and assure his customers that they are getting experienc ed and welltrained service for their PEACE TIME PROGAMME includes Aid to Veterans Free Trans fusion Service Junior Red Cross Nursing and First Aid Disaster Relief This year your Red Cross faces a twofold task of great magnitude the relief of suf fering among peoples in warravaged Europe and Asia and the expansion of a great postwar programme of humanitarian service to meet the needs of our own Canadian in our first postwar the Mani toba Red Cross asks the people of who have given their their and their money to make Red Cross strong dur ing the past six most critical years to con tinue their support arid personal effort to keep Red Cross strong in as in The RED CROSS carries on Before the i 4 persons appeared before the Justice of i at Steinbach on for minor breaks in the highway traffic Leonard Goulet of was fined and costs for not having clearance i lights on his I Reimer of Kleefeld was fined plus costs for driving without and plus costs for not having drivers George Kroeker of Steinbach was fined and costs for driv ing without license and and for not having drivers i Bill Cahout of Sarto was also I fined and costs for driving 1 without 1946 OBITUARY The Manitoba Red Cross needs members Gustave formerly of and late of Broken died Saturday February 23rd at the Boniface Sana torium at the age of Suffer ing from Freund was admitted to the sanatorium 7 months Shortly after being he also lost his He is mourned by his wife and three Burial was held at Green Bay ;