Steinbach Carillon News, March 21, 1946

Steinbach Carillon News

March 21, 1946

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Issue date: Thursday, March 21, 1946

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Years available: 1946 - 1973

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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon NEWS 1 SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA March 1946 4 Our Health Unit What is this health unit What Qn the other she also do the members of the staff do frequently visits the homes How can I benefit by it These questions have been asked over and over as citizens discuss problems that may If a child is sick she will take its temperature and maybe give a and taxpayers you have a right sponge she may to urge the need of prenatal The aim of the unit is to serve or teach the communities thatr comprise j when Sally Ann 1nnl I of isolation has scarlet me iwuuiumiica wnen bally Ann nas scarlet Manitoba is in the lead in the In some instances she will Vt ivrtl Vi vsl 1 1 modern health plan and ours is one of the first rural health units in It is headed by a medical director and has a staff of public health sanitary inspector and clerical The medical director is the health officer for all five muni cipalities within its The responsibility of a health service is prevention of Naturally we are much more aware of the dramatic cures brought about by penicil lin and modern there is also an urgent need for In the Hanover mu nicipality there have been thir teen infant deaths due to pneu monia registered since Others liave died of of of and complications following scarlet Then one begins to won could some of these diseas es not have been prevented Could some of these lives not have been saved We want these babies to to grow up into happy on the other is claiming over 6000 lives every year in These are no strange stories from a strange These things are happening right next The following are some of the activities carried Inoculation against whooping cough and smallpox is an outstanding part of the pub lic health It is said that if every infant were im munized against diphtheria the disease could be wiped out com The facilities are avail able to all and not only we beg the people to have their children Well baby clinics are held where mothers can bring their infants and pre school children to be and where their progress is watched and an eye is kept open for the first signs of there are any problems in gene ral cure the doctor or nurse are only too glad to discuss these with the All school children are to have physical examinations by the doctor for detection of de For Johnny may still appear to be quite but a heart condition may be dis covered before serious damage has been Health education is carried out including tu maternal and child nutrition and communic able disease The sanitary inspector visits all dairies to look after matters pertaining to sanitary milk pro and also has samples of drinking water tested to make sure it is From quarantine to house he is interested in your welfare and will do his part to prevent the spread of dis The public health nurse is a link between the doctor and the the school being the Focus around which much of her work is She aoes classroom inspections to observe ftegeneral health of the She also works with the teachers and pupils to develop healthful ways of organize home nursing This through the interest of girls and young a ripple is started and ideas of health and the care of the sick are carried on in the communi I hear someone Why all this We used to stay alive with out We are marching for Your father used to plow with oxen and did quite but does that method satisfy you Hanover i General Council meeting held on Monday March 1946 at the Council i All members of the Council j were Reeve Barkman in the chair and opened the i meeting at Minutes of February meeting were read and confirmed and the follow ing resolutions were passed KlippensteinJanzen That the minutes of February meet ing be adopted as JanzenSchellenberg That we approve of a plan of subdi vision containing 25 lots and be ing part of Section 3566 East made by and sworn to on November Schetyenberg Klippenstein That we do the snow plowing for 3 miles to Giroux in Anne Municipality at the rate of per hour for the Patrol and per hour for the That ByLaw 426 re 1946 Tax Levy be Schellenberg JanzenBarkman To ap point George Fast of Kleefoid as Dragline to take over these duties as soon as our Dragline arrives at 75 cents per SchellenbergBarkman To recommend that penalties on overdue taxes be raised from onehalf of one percent per Veterans Affairs This is the second in a series of Articles written for veterans The councellor passed a cigar ette to the veteran and when both had lighted he Is everything clear so far But how do I get month to six percent on Novemthe credit Does the government ber 1st and onehalf of one pergive me r for the full month from Decem now Today it is considered quite old fashioned to suffer from a disease that could have been The health unit is ready to serve you in any To give Maron one Muni problem coming under its juriscipal aid order of for cloth raffioA cent each ber KlippensteinBarkman To ask the Department of Public Provincial or cooperation in snow plow ing on a 5050 basis on all roads kept open during this BarkmanJanzen That the bills as listed on 3 sheets of pa per and 9 amounting to be accepted and UlasyKlippenstein That we recommend old age pension for Frosina Nowak and Anna UlasySchellenberg To pay to Steinbach Village on 1945 levy and per teacher to the School WachtendorfKlippenstein That the Municipal Office be closed Saturdayafternoons dur ing August and Sep YOU CANT BEAT THE amount The government pays it on your account for any author ized purpose you And note the word authorized plea Some veterans sign a contract or pay money on a deal and then come to us seeking the use of their Sometimes we find they have agreed to something we cannot authorize and we are unable to help If every veteran came to us or wrote for less money would go down the Ill remember A friend of mine got caught recently by paying too much for second hand He told me the Department of Veterans Affairs was unable to grant him the use of his credits for the purchase because the cost price was out of line with the value of the Unfortunately that can hap Had he priced the furniture and applied to we would AL have appraised it for him to en KlippensteinJanzen That sure tne coat price was the Council adjourn till Monday Tnen our authorization or other April iwise wouid have followed to Note A reeve never guide moves or seconds a whenever the name Barkman appears in this column moving or seconding a autnorized Barkman of Ward 5 is referr use No human is more yearly 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 Weekly 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 The CARILLON NEWS We enclose for a years subscription to the Carillon ed Sarto News A sudden thaw week turned field and meadows into miniature and roads in low places into If the warm spell continues for a time roads will become an im i passable mass of Joe the pre jident of the Ukrainian Peoples and his executive are to e congratulated for their plan to renovate the local Community Th6 work has been the local carpent has been engaged to make some alterations on the Marie and his two of the Crescent Wood De corating of have a contract to paint the hall in The village of Sarto will have another new Rekrut intends to build a garage where all kinds of repair work on trucks and cars will be A new general store has been opened by Boitson at The Carillon News and the reporter wish the owner good in his new PrivateJoe Lischynski celebrated his 21st birthday on March He will join his unit at Shilo on April Chornoboy bought a new three ton Ford truck which will be operated under Chorno boys Miss Rosalia Senkiw left for Red to visit her sist ers Lovli and Miss Iris IN MEMORIAM William Smuk Of the boys who volunteered for the overseas William Smuk will never return to his He died in action in Bel gium on February He left behind his wife with two children residing at Port Arthur For what purpose can I my Smith There are numerous purposes first I should tell you these credits are available only if you decide not to undergo vocation al or technical training or re ceive benefits under the Vete rans Land That a farm or small holding under certain of snow this Do you mean training pro vided by the government makes me inelegible for my credits Not altogether only to the extent of the training costsaAny balance left may be used as P8M Suisoddng sjipaja in credits available and used to pay for technical train You would then have remaining as reestablishment VETERANS SEE PAGE 4 for an IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS and his and Smuk of as he was called by his was born and brou at attended the loc it up pub lic school and completed his high school education in Winni When the war broke volunteered for military peg he His numerous friends express deep sympthy to the and to his Expenses ire deductible FROM INCOME IN RETURNS Easy to easy to farm and business ac count help you keep records of all ex STEINBACH BOOK STORE Steinbach ;