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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon News SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 May 1946 13 Hanover General Council Meeting held on Monday May 1946 at the Council Chambers All members of the Council were Reeve Barkman in from the upper levels o7 the chair and opened the meettershed ing at Minutes of investment of the ratepayers as an individual AND because of the frequently recurring da it is necessary to incur further heavy expenditures for the better control and removal of this water as precipitated Sarto singers to give concert PLENTY OF MiAT HtRl and solutions were passed WachtendorfJanzen A group of music young men and women are AND WHEREAS there are so practicing choral singing for a be given That many demands for an increased production from agricultural if the owners of tn lands are to meet this in the minutes of April meeting be and at the same time benefit adopted as which will the hall on June 8 in under the auspices of the Ukrai nian Peoples Home The following people take part in SchellenbergUlasy To hold the they MUST Court of Revision of the Electors HAVE adequate protection from from the fair return available to practice Sopranos Ko Roli on June Mis Joan Miss Helen Sen Miss Jane Yurkowsky and this watershed runoff AND WHEREAS this requirj Miss Martha Altos WachtendorfKlippenstein ed protection has been made Paul That we pay onehalf up to necessary by a condition over j total cost of constructing ditch which this Municipality has no I Slotiuk and Miss Savella Ro between sections 24 and 2573 control and represents a liability I Tenors Paul Dech East of of Carried beyond the financial ability Paul Joe JanzenBarkman To sell to of this Municipality Yurkowsky and Taras Chor Peter Wiens the SVa of THEREFORE the Council of John Dech V4 846 East for cash plus the Rural Municipality of Hantiar MrWm deferred title over representing the ratepayers Frank Harry Lado JanzenBarkman To sell the affected respectfully petition as j bruk and Joe NVa of of 846 East to follows j George Wiens for cash THAT the Provincial and Fo plus deferred title deral authorities take immediate UlasyWachtendorf To re ftePs to inaugurate a FOREIGN WATER CONTROL SYSTEM for the protection of these lands land their Capital commend old age pesion for Otterburne BarkmanKlippenstein recommend old age pension for and that th cost ot thls Protec Katharina Carried tlve work be equitably dislri SchellenbergUlasy To pay to Steinbach Village and per teacher to the schools on 1945 JanzenKlippenstein To pay gopher bounty of 1 cent per tail and 3 cents per tail for each Carried KlippensteinWachtendorf tive work SchellenbergKlippenstein That the Council adjourn till Monday June Music Festival The South Eastern Manitoba To pay the bills as read to the Musical Festival is back after Council and listed on 10 sheets an absence of 6 Officials of paper 19 to bothJnj are well satisfied with the ent ries for this first there be ing 60 in the musical and WachtendorfJanzen 90 entries consisting of the SecretaryTreasurer spoken choral Municipal SecretaryTreasurers Convention June 24th and 25th and to allow cost of hotel and SchellenbergKlippenstein Resolved that part of Block 42 amounting to Because of the poor in the Collegiate Auditorium the musical entries will be held in the new Hanover Motors build while spoken on dnk Poetry dashes wili be held the be exempt from UlasyBarkman To pass resolution as outlined by the Drainage Maintenance Board re Foreign Water Control System as follows Resolution as passed by the Municipality of Hanover on May AND WHEREAS the Rural Municipality of Hanover is sit uated in the lower levels of a natural watershed and for years has been required to accept full responsibility for the control and removal of the water or run off from the upper levels of the j watershed as located in adjoin ing organized or unorganized territory AND WHEREAS this Munici pality for years has accepted this responsibilty without pro test until developments on the upper levels of the watershed accelerated the velocity and in creased the volume of the run off to a point where provision as made for the control and re moval of this water through the lower levels were entirely in resulting in heavy los ses of increasing frequency j AND WHEREAS the accelej rated velocity and the increased volume of this runoff is causing annual and increasing damage to endangering the capital investment in the drain age system as a whole and the Collegiate Adjudi cators for music will be and Roberto A meeting of the Otterburne West Womens Auxilliary was held in the Community Hall on Wednesday May Children under five years of age and their mothers were special This meeting was the initiation of a baby band which has been organized under the auspices of j the Each child will be re membered with a card on his or her birthday bringing the best wishes of that The childrens short programme was followed by races and Born to and Rig by at the Misericordia Hospital on May twin Mark Raymond and Ross Wallace Tolton was rush ed to Deer Lodge Hospital for an appendectomy last We hear he is doing well and wish him the and John Loewen and family with and Frank Thiessen and family of Giroux There is no beef shortage in on the shores of Groat Slnve where Mike Mitto cuts steak from a quarter of caribou meat they are plentiful and cheaper than which must bt 1 wn 600 miles from or brought In over the snow in wlntav v caterpillar tractor were in Saskatoon for the week end visiting friends and rela Loewen and daugh from Steinbach were in Carberry for the and Bacon of The Pas are in Winnipeg for a two weeks holiday they will vi sit friends and relatives in Jean and Miss Bertha and Stella Val court were in Otterburne for the NIYERVILLE CHURCH THi ftff IS NO WAST I IN ITALY like this are duplicated daily at garbage dumps military camps when trucks ar rive ah the camp The drivers get no time 10 dump their women aad obildrea looking for scraps of cigarette articles of discarded thing that will help sustain Even the old card board bavt market and ace The marriage of daugh ter of and John to only son of and Peter also of will take place on May 25 in the Ni vei ville Mennonite Fol lowing the service a reception will be held in the Community Dedication services were held for the Niverville Mennonite Church on May Re gular services were held at 10 and in the afternoon a special prpgramme was render A number of ministers with the Eweetas guest The choir and Sunday School offered choral Lunch was served bv the Ladies Pierre Cote and Belerive are enlarging their Leonal Tessier is home on Leonal was stationed in Camp He is expecting his discharge Lucien Gagne of the is home on The show in Pierre next I week will be Man from Oklaho Prefontaine bought a 1946 Prefontaine has sold his other car to and Leonal Gagne have moved into their new home last
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