Steinbach Carillon News, March 28, 1946

Steinbach Carillon News

March 28, 1946

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Issue date: Thursday, March 28, 1946

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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - March 28, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon NEWS SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA MANMarch 5 Large Delegation visits Willis A large delegation of repre sentatives from the Municipali ties of LaBroque DeSalaberry and and representatives of the Stein bach Board of went in to see the Eric Willis on Wed nesday March asking the government to take over the Piney road as a trunk Willis suggested that drain age had to come before and they had no machinery for this He was and quite that there was no drainage question on the After some fencing which in time became Edmond who was with the put it this way This delega tion has not come to ask for new or it is simply this will the government take over the Piney Highway as a trunk highway and they ex pect an Misses Elsie and Agnes entertained with a piano I and Himey Bron 1 Spring showing much stone entertained friends in The Willis was also promise in their musical their home over the i musical reminded that delegations had been in to see him on the same At the business it matter for years and the answer was decided to award a music had alsways wait until case for some work of outstand after the That they ing merit at the coming spring was now j Willis promised to investj igate the and have engi neers check the road to estimate the cost of bringing the road up to Should this road be taken over IPonad Giroux Blanchette and son a days with 4 r by the government as a trunk If161 lster MfsF re the total cost of in Ste tenance is provided by the go This would mean a substantial saving to the Muni cipalities through which it as they now have to pay of the In the case of Han over this amounts to a little over per Local delegates were reasonably optomistic as to future FIREMEN HOLD ANNUAL SUPPER Sixteen members of the fire town board officials and several honorary guests attend ed the annual dinner of our lo cal fire held at the Tourist Wednesday who together with Penner has held the position of fire chief for the last fifteen years or re signed this and his position has been taken by John Loe assisted Alfred Not many words were wasted during the which con sisted of hot pork roast plus all the but an interest ing discussion on ways and means to improve the brigade j The Hanover Municipality the task seems enormous Womens Inslilute The guest speaker at the March meeting of the in the elementary school last Thursday night was our local public health Miss who told of the work that is being done by the health unit consisting of the health the sanitary Black and herself the public health working in conjunction with the local Whet ter and The aim of the unit is to have every school child examined and every preschool child vaccinated and the fact there are 20001 school child John Loewen brought up this question Supposing a firm locked up if a fire does the fire brigade have autho rity to break in if deemed ad After discussion it was agreed to write to the Fire Com missioner ior a A question that could not de finitely be answered by the town board how far out of town should the brigade The boys all appeared to be of the opinion that they should answer all reasonable with a mini mum of red Constable Sobering suggested that the town supply the fire men with badges or firemens hats with badges to give them authority in directing su pervising Alfred Penner advocated some changes in sounding the In case of Pen ner pointed so many people phone central that the operator is unable to call members of the It was agreed therefore to notify the operator to sound the sireen about five minutes af ter the call for help comes giving the Telephone operator time to call the brigade members before all the lines are Other matters such as build ing f taking care of the and the water wer2 There was plenty of evidence that the boys are tak ing their job j Members of the Steinbach Fire Brigade are John chief Alfred Alfred Rei Herman Benny Loewen Henry Pen Leonard Rei John Frie and will require much tact and courage to Miss Pen ners work is by no means con fined to the regular Wednesday afternoon baby clinic to which well babies are invited for a check up and sick ones for but includes also house visits for as well as post natal both in town and and school visits in every school in the Anne March Cuikals just back from overseas last spent the weekend here renewing old acquaintances as the guest of and Acres a few returned boys staged a social Art and Betty Brau of Rosen motored out with a Harold Giesbrecht of Saturday they left for Rosenfeld The roads are in pretty poor but at the rate they are drying they should soon be in better Niverville JOYCE CHURCH The Niverville Community Club held a Welcome Home in the Community hall on Friday evening March in honor of five boys having returned home recently from These included Lynn Eugene Delmar Frank Neufeld and Jack We were sorry that Eugene and Frank were unable to see them In spite of poor a good number of people were in cluding a visitor in Niverville Bernard Melman pfthe S whom Stott incluijed I from in honor of Bronstones Mrs Aaron Friedman of New riedman left for her home via TCA on March Bill Thorns and his sister Wary have left for a few weeks to visit their mother and in Otterburne March An ice carnival as held at the Otterburne RinkTuesdav March 5th at School childrens races were Then came the Pee Wee Hockey The Lions vs the the Lions winning Next was the ladies Broom Steinbach vs An overtime game no Alter this the Stein bach married men played Ot terburne married burne won in The Niverville teams were unable to come on account of snow blocked costume winners were fancy Miss Aline Genesf and Miss Yvoette Comic Genest and Claire Music was supplied by Turenne and operated by Eddie Many thanks to Niverville for their effort in trying to get here and also many thanks to Stein bach for helping to make our Carnival a This carnival was the winding up of a successful years activit During Otterburne did not operate a which was easy to seewhen our Junior hockey team met the boys from surrounding But we hope 16 Tceep our Senior team supplied with players to keep it in the enviable position of holding the Prefontaine This year A rink was built on in his on of a new site and operated on a the percentage which has pro jven satisfactory to The ma Born to and John i nagement was very anxious to Toews of in the young peoples out Bernard is brother of Concordia March a door boys giving the and girls healthy and Toews is the choirmaster wholesome sport their leisure in the Niverville Mennonite GOVERNOR GENERAL AT CANADIAN CEREMONY The above taken from a cuard of honor and huge crowds gathered at the n ceremony before their excellencies left The the Earl of princess Alice were greeted at the National War Memorial by Prime Minister Macketule Per forming hto official act in Canada aa the Kings excellency placed a wreath on 1M memorial honoring Canadas war Veterans Affairs REESTABLISHMENT CREDIT This is the third in a series of articles written specially for the Manitoba Cana dian Weekly Newspaper Ass by Regio nal Public Relations Department of Veterans Af For further in formation on specific prob write Pope this The phone rang and after a short the councel lor apologized for the interrup Stubbing out his cigarette in a nearby ash the veteran That provision for training seems fair but youd do better to take advantage of our training thats another branch of the department and I wont confuse you by talking about it just What about uses for my credits then They may be used to pay up to two thirds of the cash pay ment on a house Also in repairing or modernizing your Does it apply to mortgages also you can use it to help pay off a In the pur chase of furniture or household credits may also be The veteran need only pay one tenth of the cost in this All uses of of are limited by the amount of the grant available tor Regarding repairs tc furniture or household equip you pay The costs are taken care of by your cre That seems pretty Are there any other uses for credits They may be applied as work ing capital for business already But not in the purchase of such an enterprise Credits to the extent of two thirds of the amount re quired to assume control may ba This includes partnerships In this a vet eran might become a partner in his fathers All these authorizations are making me That just about covers everything I sup Not Your grants might also buy tools and equipment tor your profession or busi Veterans may use their credits in the purchase of Domi nion Government annuities and Also Just a Does that mean I could invest in any kind of insurance Only under government insurance You might al so use credits for minor educa tional purposes such as corres pondence or parttime I thought that came under another branch of this depart You are thinking of fulltime I In such a a veteran is advised to ig nore reestablishment credits and take advantage of fulltime training at university or techni cal And I pretty well finishes the purpose for which your credits may be Have I made myself clear ;

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