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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - April 18, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon NEWS SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 Hanover All members of the Council were Reeve Barkman in the Chair and opened the meet ing at Minutes ol March meeting were read and confirmed and the following rei solutions were passed Schellenberg Klippenstein I That the minutes of March meet ing be adopted as I JanzenWachtendorf To j pass ByLaw 427 re speed limit through Village of Grun Schellenberg Klippenstein To pass ByLaw 428 to raise bicycle license fees from 50 cents to each in the village of Schellenberg Wachtendorf To ask the Provincial Govern ment to have survey made of part of Section and charge cost of same against lands concerned in Klippenstein Wachtendorf To pass ByLaw 343 to sell Wachtendorf Janzen The Council of this confirms that all of section 6East be included in the Town of Janzen Schellenberg To cancel resolution 8 of March 1946 and to substitute the following Thai we ask the De partment of Public Pro vincial for coope ration in snow plowing on a 5050 basis for the following roads South of 32 and 337 4 East South of and 27 74East and South of 30 75East West of 26 and 3575East West of 26 and and South oi 23 and West of South of 3466East and West of 22 and 2766East and South of j and i West of 22 and 27 and 3456East and South of 20 and South of 23 and 2455East and South of 29 and 3055East and West of 27 and 3446 j KlippensteinSchellenberg i Resolved to adopt the 1946 Gej neral Assessment Roll for Carried SchellenbergBarkman To grant permission to the Imperi al Oil Limited to a combi nation wholesale and retail oil plant on Lots 1 and 2 Block 1 Plan JanzenBarkman That the bills as listed on 9 sheets of pa per Nos 10 to 18 amounting to be accepted and Janzen Schellenberg To pay to Steinbach Village Niverville village and per teacher to the schools on the 1945 and to pay to Grunthal village on 1946 Wachtendorf Janzen To order a uniform for Constable Sobering cost of which to be paid on a 5050 basis by Hanover and Steinbach KlippensteinBarkman To purchase from Westeel Pro ducts 6 culverts 24 inches 20 feet long and one culvert 24 inch 24 feet SchellenbergUlasy That the Council adjourn till Mon day May April 1946 0 Cfjrfet fcfeen Pastor of the Manitoba The greatest event of all history occurred in a garden just outside of the city walls of old Jerusalem nineteen hundred yeals Nothing like it had happened and nothing like it has ever happened This race of ours is about six thousand years Millions upon millions ol people have died and died and their bodies have been buried or but not one of those bodies has been raised from the never to die except the crucified body of the Man of Jesus This is the most remarkable event of human But some may was not the widows son raised from the dead by Elijah Kings 171723 Did not Jesus raise a dead the only son of a widow at when they were carrying his body out of the city for burial Luke 7 1115 Was not the brother of Martha and brought out of the tomb after he had been buried for four days John 11 3338 this is all very but their bodies were only restor ed to the natural life which they had before they and that life was in the Afterwards they died and their bodies are still in their But the body of Jesus was raised from the never to die The Resurrection of the body of Jesus Christ is the best attested fact of all history The Gibraltar of the Christian faith and the Waterloo of Christianity stands or falls on the truth or fallacy of this miracle of all the resurrection of the living Head of the living and the living King of the coming King dom of One day Jesus voluntarily yieldet Himself into the hands of They crucified They thought they had ended and were rid of Him For His it was a day of leaving a sense of utter We had hoped was all the des cipTes Then came the glad news He is We have seen the In complete certification of the to them and to He showed Himself alive after His passion by many infallible being seen of them forty Acts Christ is risen These are lines of irrefutable evidences 1 Eye Witnesses It is thus that events of history are the credibility of testimony rests in A criminal or may tell the But these the the many others were of unimpeachable character They were iflbved by the highest That they should concert together to deceive is the element of surprise greatly enhances the value of their They did not expect the They were slow to accept what they JJ1 circuiated in denial of His but by whom By enemies these who hated and by Finding the tomb they went the length of bribing the soldiers to say His desciples came by and stole Him away while we dpnt What purile nonsense The testimony of bribers and with money behind i it no one It is a boomerang to all deniers of the bodily It is re fleeted 2 His Personal These are recorded in the New Seventeen annearances of Christ after His resurrection eleven of these were prior to His final ascen and six Over five hundred people saw Him after His resurrection at one time and place and became witnesses to the fact He showed Himself He was known to them by characteristic by familiar tones of He met their in credulity by Behold my hands and my that it is I myself handle and 866 m3 The Christian in which the the LordsTay supplanting the Seventh day the all are based upon the fact of Christs These are not only evidences that Christ rose from the but also that He lives on today in the power of an en a lrlumphaBt He died with a great He said He would rise He The purpose for which He died must have been He once suffered for the just for the that He might bring us to Surely He TOWN MEETING General Committee hold on April All j members were The opened the meeting at Minutes of March i meeting were read and confirm ed and the following resolutions were passed i That the minutes of March meeting be adopted as i To pay a i remuneration of 10 cents per plate to John Barkman for taking charge of selling bicycle licenses in j To pay i the bills as listed hereundcr and ead to the Committee amount ng to Steinbach Post Reimer Kenneth Friesen Giesbrecht Harold Sydney Loewen Garage F David Workmans Stencil Stamps FriesenKreutzer That Kerr operating under the name of Steinbach Creamery be given a franchise for two years the sole right as Vendor of milk and cream in the Town of KreutzerFriesen That this Committee confirms the reso lution of the Municipal Council that all of section 3566East be included in the Town of Stein KreutzerFriesen That the Committee adjourn till May Otferburne Donald Smith has returned from duty overseas withthe Donald and Smith plan a holiday in Chicago before sett down to civilian life Hilaire Robidoux is busy painting his buildings these A little fresh paint im i proves the appearance of our I village a How about some 1 more of j and Percy Cutting Douglas and and Jack Carter and Barbara all of Homewood spent the weekend with and Clayton Tol David Friesen was guest at Otterburne West Church on April GIROUX DONALD RAMSAY John Jacpbson returned to Giroux April 10th after being away this Miss Marjorie McDonald left on the 13th to seek her Miss Elva MacDonald retur ned to Giroux last Monday after a few days in George Marstad came out on the 16th Henry Wiebe and daughter also came to Church services will be held at 2 in the afternoon on Easter The Red Cross have announc ed a dance to be held on Easter
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