Steinbach Carillon News, March 14, 1946

Steinbach Carillon News

March 14, 1946

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Issue date: Thursday, March 14, 1946

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Years available: 1946 - 1973

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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - March 14, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba 9F SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 March 1946 3 What the Town Board Did i iMverviue leam piayea an ex General Committee meeting hibition same aeainst Otter nth IQAK luun game against uiier Niverville Niverville team played an ex ibition game against Otter burne on Otterburne scoring a win Otterburne returned this game Minutes of February playing on Niverville ice Fdday meeting were read Snd C01nfirmMarch 1 when Niverville again ed and the following resolutions scored win of held March The chair in the chair and opened the meeting at Isaac Reimer is still keeping up with the younger fol lows at Loewen where he has been working for some We hear you can get your shoes shined again in Steinbach at Hieberts new Furniture Fred Barkman is back at work at Regehrs He was overseas about 2Vz passed FriesenKreutzer That the minutes of February be adopted as FriesenKreutzer That the following accounts be accepted and paid John Loewen Garage John Brandt John A number of carpenters are busy in the They are enlarging the choir loft to make room for the new sing This sudden burst of spring is greatly enjoyed by many of us when we think of the subzero weather in Sacl to say this is not because 1 water is beginning to seep into 1 It was Visiting Day in school this Many of the parents do not know what the teachers are doing with their except when something except ional This day has been set aside to break down this wall between the parents and class room and to draw the the teacher and the child closer Much has Veterans Affairs REESTABLISHMENT CREDIT This is the first in a series of articles written specially for the Manitoba Cana dian Weekly Newspaper Ass Regio nal Public Relations Department of Veterans Al For lurther in formation on specific prob write Pope o this Dueck John Loewen fire John Loewen John Loewen Goosesn FriesenKreutzer That a fee of be paid to John Barkman for taking charge of selling bicycle licenses in KreutzerFriesen To engage John Doerksen as Night Watch man from 1946 to April 1946 at a salary of per FriesenKreutzer To pur chase 300 bicycle licenses from Manitoba Stencil and Stamp KretitzerFriesen To ask that the Municipal Council amend ByLaw governing bi Spectators watching the game of the 23rd claimed Niverville displayed some beautiful hockey showing some of their old time assists and Speaking of our Mid get teams seem to be as enthusi astic as their older brothers and although Steinbach and Niver ville have claimed the limelight this we have seen some promising players among these boys and hope they are given a at more hockey next uuvrub cniiu closer uao The new coffee Shop had fceen accomplished through this customers on its opening day j cooperative but even last Of course there was more could be Why not free coffee j have a ParentTeacher Associ The luckiest girl in town last where parents week was Romelda Reimer who not the work of the won the pair of Nylons at the Steinbach Variety Lucky tickets were given with every Dollar Accidents do not seem to be influenced by the Sunday morning Frank his wife and sister were driving to church in their car when they had a collision with a car driven How about the rumor spreadby Henry The ing around Niverville to the cars was starting some curling next winbut Miss Lena Rempel got a cut with the and also the problems of their indi vidual This plan has work ed wonders in other communi so why could not Steinbach profit likewise chance ter This would be a good idea and we hope something definite is done about is very happy to nappj Niverville welcome to the and Ulderic who will take up residence on a farm of a mile from some time this Ulderic served overseas in the army for over four return ing with a good service record and a Army WO2 His wife served in the Wrens on the East coast for a period of 3 years earning herself a on the side of her The doc tor had to put in three though she was not detained in the BIRTHDAY GREETINGS to Derksen on her 58th birthday celebrated Saturday March Hiebert of Stein bach who celebrated her 50th birthday Tuesday March John Reimer on his 48th birthday celebrated Mon day March cycle raising same from 50 cents to per Car1 we are also pleased to have I with us Jack FriesenKreutzer To pay a wno has just returned from grant of to the Cemetery Jackie looks as good to us as ever and before too long FriesenKreutzer That the jour Community Club hope to committee adjourn till Monday jhave a celebration in the Corn April Sarto News Spring is just around the cor ner the true indication of this statement are the hornedlarks that made their appearance a long the roads in bare places on February These early her alds of spring are on time this Their usual return date is around Frebruary The Ukrainian Peoples Home Society of Sarto staged a delight ful Ukrainian Comedy in the evening of March at their The cast consisted of the following persons Harry Paul John Tom Joe Peter Miss Jean Miss Tillie Miss Rose Sen kiw and Alice The performance was well at In spite of low priced the box office collections amounted to Proceeds will be used for improvements in the Another play is in prepara tion to be staged by local talents during the Easter Government to Review Farm Labour Supply Labour Department officials annouce that the farm labour supply situation and its relation to prisonersofwar will be re viewed April If it is con si dered steps may then be taken to retain prisonersof war to assist particularly in con nection with work In sugar beet munity to welcome home a number of the boys who have re entry Winding up a brilliant hockey a banquet was held in lonor of the local Huskies and club on March at the local president of the officiated at the opening jy proposing a toast to the play ers for their cooperation and un tiring efforts throughout the Thanks were also given to the referees and the girls who prepared the The remainder of the evening was spent in a social gathering of players and Miss Wilma of Winni spent the weekend at the home of her and Miss Rei mer is at present employed at Bryces and Penner cej lebrated their golden wedding March Many friends and neighbours congra tulated them on the and of were visiting for a couple of days at the home of and Edgar Past returned home Monday after spending two and a half months at the mines at Red Edgar received a discharge last after I havin served with the I for a number of human characteristic is more nearly few human desires than peoples hunger for local As the Con tinuing Study of Newspaper proves again and however compelling the headlines carried by cable and wireless people always look for news of local events and read it No matter what may be happening in the rest of the John his wife and his children are most interested in events in their own local Only in HOMETOWN WEEKLY newspapers can people satisfy their deep and abiding curios ity about what goes on close to home and among people they This perhaps more than anything explains why newspapers continue to year after the most inter eager and loyal of all audiences and why advertising in those newspapers is so Chelton head of the Stanford University Division of Order YOUR Local Paper Today CARILLON NEWS We enclose for a years subscription to the Carillon Name Address YOU CANT BEAT THE Walking into the reception room of the Winnipeg Rehabili tation Centre in the Commercial the veteran leaned on the counter as a pretty recep tionist Smiling at he I want to enquire about reestablishment Can you help me Yer The Reestablishment Credit Division is upstairs one Just tell a receptionist what you On stating his requirements on the next he was led into a counsellors The al so wearing a veterans stood Shaking hands he Good My name is I hope I can be of Thanks very Im Fred living about 20 miles from here at Stoney I was discharged from the Army three months Prior to various officers lectured my troop about reestablishment credits and other benefits for veterans but Im pretty mixed I have a vague idea of buying some furniture but would like the whole setup explained to me think I can help Ill start at the begin ning and please dont hesitate to question me as I I the reestablishment credit is a grant available to all exscrvtee personnel jrith curable are eligible for credits accruing from their enlistment to dis while ser vice personnel receives this grant only served in theatres of I spent five years overseas as a volunteer with three mopfts in Canada so I guess I qualify all How much will 1 have to repay the governmeotr Not one red The grant is not a loan but entirely an a mouht set up to your credit on account of your service to the that sounds pretty How is it calculated You get for each 30day period o qualifying service plus 25 cents for every one of those days served Huskies hold Cirnlvil Saturday night the town rink was bristling with activity and The Ice Carnival was the cause of this outburst of Due to the efforts of the Steinbach Hockey this special event had been made During the afternoon there were a number of in cluding speed Worth while prizes were given to the In the evening a group of judges decided on the best skating Some of these were a dignified looking gentle a Red Cross and a horse whose front and hind legs moved Maybe the boys had not perfectly timed their After this exhibition there were two games of The first game was played by the ladies from the Hash Sllngers against the Ui Crust who were the School The HaihSlin gers The second gaMe was played by a married mens team against the mens The latter appeared on the Ice dressed In underwear The Continued on page 5 ;