Steinbach Carillon News, May 30, 1946

Steinbach Carillon News

May 30, 1946

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Issue date: Thursday, May 30, 1946

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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon News SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 Sprague Unveiling of the Honor Roll at Sprague Quite a large congregation in May 1946 14 Piney Highway Boosters meet in Warroads will be an auction sale in the Collegiate Auditorium under the auspices of the Year Book 1 The pictures which were taken by the photographpi jfrom Winnipeg will be sold to the highest bidder among the A delegation from Staff and eluding visitors from Piney at consisting of Jones John The grade XII classroom tended the service held in Sprague Sunday evening May 19 for the purpose of dedicating the Honor roll of men and wo men in the services of th country during the late Ben Penner and being brightened The attended a meeting coat of paint was applied to the re the Piney Highway at War ceiling during the last 30 coming The lighter color will brighten from Thief UP the subjects for the Badger and We Last Week In Brief We understand the work on It was un On May 28th the travelling Molotov NO1 The Paris conference has bogged Only three things have been settled so far 1 Preliminary Italian peace treaty 2 Revised armistice giving Italy more control over her own affairs 3 Formal settlement of some Balkan boundries that were informally settled last The Canadian efforts to de liver wheat to Great Britain are simply he went The Canadian system control makes the problem of ways and means less Gardiner warned Cana dian farmers last week that food production could be seriously curtailed by the predicted He went further to Isay that whilst we could do litt lle about there the Honor roll has been done by Miss Anne Olson of Gordon Rivers the student in charge of the United Church conducted the Miss Helen Hooper the student pastor during the summer of read the names on the Honor The McLoed of Win nipeg who served overseas as chaplain in the offered the prayer of and based his address on the closing verses of Romans and Ro mans Among other things the speaker stressed the need of animously agreed by the dele BClinic took Xrays of people j Molotov absolutely refused to j could be a nation wide campaign gates across the line that they who have been under medical put Austria on the with to prevent waste of would help boost the proposed road in every way It was also decided that these towns send another delegation to see the Eric Willis on June The Local Health Unit offered a free Medical Examination to the students of grade XII and those of grade XI who are leav ing Some of the students took advantage of this oppoi tu I COLLEGIATE HIGHLIGHTS By and Sarfo A small henhouse burned lo The grade X class had a pariv jthe and chick disciplined and cooperaon May Their Cooking Class Perished in the blaze early in tion in solving our tremendous j prepared the post war using took place in their The party classroom strations from military He concluded by saying that the leadership of Jesus Christ is the only solution of our prob lems too great for our present statesmen and appealed for a that Victoria Day was rather the May 22 on the farm 1 of Tom The 1 stove probably caused the i There was no wind to endanger an nearby exciting day for He went to Whitemouth with and William Petra schuk motored from Saskatche rededication tasks of lives for the the hopes of catching a fish but i wan to Sarto to visit their William Petrasehuk he did not know what excite ment lay in store for While The hymn Take my life and in the boat and pulling wan let it be was then sung by the the anchor he lost his left Sarto thirty years ago and settled on a farm in Saskatche Bierworth Lone At Last Cheese Factory to be operated at Manitoba by the Kraft Cheese Much water has gone under the bridge since the residents of Woodridge and district first visualized a cheese factory of their very if not all the shareholders of The Wood ridge Cooperative Cheese Fac tory had thought until just re that their money and ef forts had been It can be now said without contradiction that their dreams will soon be For all the plans have been and accepted by The Woodridge Cheese Factory and The Kraft Company to open for business on or about June 1st of this Kalichuk was elected Secretary Treasurer of the Woodridge Cheese Factory to fill the place vacated by the re signation of Gendron at a recent Walter balance and fell Fortunately the Public School Inspector officially visit the water was not very deep so ed Slawnaf Sarto and Willow he waded schools on May On June there nothing at all though much more important said about Ger Trieste is apparently still an unsolvable The only thing the Big Four could agree to unanimously was to ad journ to the Foreign minister Byrnes said in a radio address that if the Big Four could not agree after their recess the would the matter before the UNO General lit said We must take the offensive for Although calculate t to show Russia that the western powers will not tolerate Red ex it is doubtful whether this will have the desired The Americans are having enough trouble at Canadian Wheat During the last week two very noteable figures in world affairs made some rather unusu al suggestions in regards to our Canadian wheat The first was foreign secretary Ernest Bevin who suggested that Canadian farmers sell their STRIKES The rail which THE FACE OF would have seriously effected was halted for five days for negotiations by Trumans ultimatum that he would call in the Alexander Fell president of the Rail road Brothers Union said that his union had pledged him to defeat Trumans elec tion in According to Canadian union members Whitney talked out of turn the unions funds are tied up in insurance policies for members and cannot be touched for political Further congress antistrike legislation was being held up with quibbling Truman was charged with ham The coal strike in the now governmentowned mines seem ed near settled although miners are not working now that the 12 day truce is Lakehead Lakehead seamen went on v strike on May Their chief Fort This statement jdemand is an 8 hour watch in expmeloni at quiet await tbeir tarn for food at a dfek trlbtttton centre to The haunted expression in the eyei oft the young children it more revealing than any baby heleu bean vUitte evidence was the subject of keen interest I among attendants of the London international agricultural pro ducers It was greet ed by a small wave of protest from various but most Canadian officials considered it ExMayor LaGuardia of New now head of UNNRA said If Canadian farmers got three dollars for a bushel of wheat UNNRA would have less diffi culty in meeting its LaGuardia failed to explain why American far mers were not delivering wheat at much more attractive Why LaGuardia should try and advise us as to what our prices should be is not The Winnipeg Free quote Why must other people try to upset our price control system We have enough trouble as it Herbert Lord Pre sident of the council tdld the House of Commons that the British decision to cut down their wheat imports had made it possible for the to concentrate solely on supplying India and the British Zone in tead of the 12 hour shift they mve been working until At this time stocks at Fort William and Port Arthur are very low and would have been cleared in two or three The immediate effect will not be disastrous to starving but lakehead shipping would be seriously impaired if new stoppages took place in the American coal Union officials have made Toronto heir headquarters and are pro testing the arrest of 48 The sailors for deserting Earl ostrasized for mer communist leader of the is in Moscow apparent ly in good grace again he has a suite in the Moscow Worried mother If you dont Ill call the Spoiled Brat If you Ill tell him we have no radio license I wonder what it would be like to read a newspaper that has been printed by a guy who ;

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