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   Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - November 10, 1966, Steinbach, Manitoba                                Here There CARILLO EWS Serving Southeastern Manitoba VOLUME XXI single copies 10 cents each pV l 1 966 24 PAGES Rash of Highlighting fills courts coffers NUMBER 45 Kenneth Martin Broefky Martin the genial proprietor of Hiway Groceteria in Little was mistaken for Kenneth when the latter walked out of his detention cell some two weeks and Martin together with passen gers and Abe were driving into James at the time Irishmans escape was first Minutes as the foursome proceeded after stop ping at a traffic a policeman flagged them Youll have to produce the policeman You sure resemble after taking another look at Martin the policeman laughed and waved them on There certainly is a strong he Later when the Broeskys were on their way the same policeman stopped at the same time cal ling another constable who was standing on the other See what I mean the first cop told his Broesky obliged further by taking off his showing the same bald pate Hows that for size Martin Everybody laughed and the Broeskys were on their way But he couldnt help commenting to the Caril lon Its nice to know that we have sharp fellows like that in our police Imagine him seeing any resemb lance when 1 was driving past the in the evening How does a matador feel when the big angry bull charges at him in the bull ring Gordon wellknown Manitoba Hydro repre sentative says he knows after undergoing a rather harrowing experience the other Gordon was on his way home to Grunthal on the old Pierre Just as he had made a sharp bend he coming at the a raging mad All I saw was this animal with its wideset head low and tongue hanging charging at me full My first impulse was to stay on the right to at least comply with the laws of the and hopiing that the bull would to the But seconds later when I realized that the beast wasnt deviating from his course by as much as an I veered sharply My instinct proved right I missed the bull or should I say the bull missed At any rate we avoided collision although his left horn touched my I had turned so sharply that I took the but kept right on going out As 1 looked into the mirror I noticed the bull losing his and after a hundred feet or so turned around to follow me after 400 feet he pre sumably to think things There was no damage to my but the thought of that 1400 of dynamite hurtling through my wind shield left me shaken for some In what other country on earth will you find a higher standard of living than right here in Canadaor demonstrations and boycotts Most of us have been in the predicament that we cant cash a personal cheque unless we have good iden Could it be that people in other lands are more trusting than we David Fast tells about his trip through Italy this where a merchant tried to sell an item that had caught Fasts However he saying that he would have to keep his money for the But youve got a bank Ill take your the Italian and Fast wrote out a Steinbach Credit Union which was duly processed through the local office some weeks Come to think of most business transactions are based mostly on trust of the other It is said that we give flowers to the but rarely hand out bouquets to the The Golden Boy Movement of Manitoba an or ganization devoted to promoting Manitoba as a place to live and grow is an exception to the old Every at the annual banquet of the ten outstanding Manitobans are honoured for their con tribution to Manitoba and and the event is one that moreManitobans should The seventh such banquet was held Saturday evening when outstanding judges and citizens were awarded the Golden Boy The Right Honourable Lieutenant Governor Bowles made the and his citations were to say the The Carillon extends congratulations to Mel McMullen on the entire Golden Boy and to his abibty to make the association grow and One of these we Mel him self will get this treasured award for his part in promot ing this fine Mickey and Bunny the talented couple which per forms in both English and Ukrainian all across will appear in Rosa on November Rosa residents are particularly proud of this fine couple that Bunny is a Senkiw daughter from the district upholds the tradition of Ukrainian ta lent and is a former citizen of The performance at Rosa is sponsored by the Ukrai nian Catholic Womens In Winnipeg Mayor Stephen Juba presented the couple with a public service award for their outstanding contribution in the field of music in Manitoba and Mantle of this district ran across a 1937 calendar at his showing King George V reviewing the Bri tish fleet At that time a nation could still be proud of its King people apologue for maintaining a monar because of its cost Times seem to change even more rapidly than we and not always for the Nightlighting the art of hunting after dark with the aid of powerful lights proved an expensive way of bringing home the bacon for several hunters at last weeks Magistrates UK night of October Ro nald WUman and Frank Baron of Richer were stopped on the TransCanada highway by con servation officers Stood was found on Barons He said resignedly to the conservation What you are looking for is in the Opening the the officer deer and a bloodstained hunting The offence took place in the Sandl lands Provincial For possession of the they were each fined For nightlighting they were fined Sentence was light since both were married with large The maximum penalty for nightlighting is a fine of or three months in Jail or In the crime calls for confiscation of any rifle or other equipment used In com mitting the Marcel Gerard and Aime Gagne were all charg Business pauses as Manitoba remembers retail stores and all maiiner of industry and commerce will be closed Fri November 11 as Manitoba pays tribute to those who gave their lives for their Obie labour min said Remembrance Day was a nonworking ex cept for certain activities listed in the Remembrance Day Act as Howeve the prohibition a gainst working on this day for gain or reward does not apply to those whose work Islnciden tal to the holding and conducting of commemorative Commemoration services are free from any such he Essential services are listed as those provided by res taurants and lunch pub lic the process ing and distribution of bread and sale of medicines and drugs but not miscellaneous operations in drug publication of perishable goods operations in packing e mergency repairs and Baizley said permits may be granted for the continuation of other work only In urgent cir continued on page 5 ea with nightLighting on October 21 in the of Force was additionally charged with carrying a loaded They were remanded for sentenc ing on November Nightlighting is on the upswing across the Gurney minister of mines and natural resources said 15 in eight different cases have been caught for nightlighting so far this In all of last year there were Just 11 said Conservation officers and RCMP will be on the lookout for night lighters for the rest of the sea Centennial anyone Lake southeastern Manitobas popular summer re would made a good centen nial project for some town or thinks Fred Wal Riviera The news that Lake Riviera was or sale came up at last weeks council when councillor George Loewen re Ported that Walker had of fered it to the town as a centen nial The asking price was But up to its ears in a new museum project and civic administration wasnt in a buying No con deration was given to the Dentist reprimanded for speeding charge Alexander Cot a Winnipeg dentist who pled not guilty to a speeding charge got off with a reprimand at Magistrates Court last Cot tick was charged with speeding near Falcon Lake on July Arresting Con stable Keith Thompson told the court that he had followed the accuseds 1964 Volkswagen for approximately of This took place on the Trans Special license plates for 67 The Manitoba Centennial Cor poration announces that Lic ense Plate Division has been or ganized as part of the Centenn ial Fund Raising A special Commemorative License Plate will be issued which may be mounted in place of the lic ense plate on the front of a The goal is to raise half a million dollars through the sale of these Names of all purchasers of the Centennial Plate will be Inscribed on the rolls and kept in perpetuity in the new Manitoba Centennial Con cert The plate sells for and may be pur chased from any mem ber of the Steinbach Branch of the Royal Canadian Or ders for these plates are now being taken at Walts Southeast Transfer and by Post master Neil Canada Thompson was on the highway and the accused was travelling on a gravel ser vice road parallel to the Cottick was clocked at 47 in a 30 Coun sel for the defence was Da vid Balfour of Micay and Defence counsel pointed out that there was a great deal of bush in the strip of land between the two Thompson as serted in his that the cars had emerged from the section of bush when the clocking I sighted the vehicle Just as it came out from behind the said Af ter clocking I sped up and crossed over to the service road where I pulled up as the Volkswagen Cottick testified that when he asked the constable how he had clocked the constable re plied You know your I know my busk Both Cottick and his who also took the testified that they had been going in third gear all the time and that it was impossible to go over Ms speed in third without making a loud Crown Prosecutor Howard Col lerraan pointed out that Volks wagens have a soundproof fire wall between the engine and tht rear seat Cottick denied that this was In defense coun sel painted a picture of an aver age family peacefully driving home when rudely accosted by a nasty police The Crown painted a slightly different picture of the After taking all evidence into Magistrate Dar ichuk found the accused He was reprimanded but no fine was woo Vita resident wins million miler award Jean De Gagne of was recently awarded a Master Driver Certificate and a membership in the Million Mi ler Club by his Grey Goose Bus Lines Gagne was one of five drivers who re ceived these honors in a cere mony November 3 in the Fort Garry HoteL In addition to com pany officials there were sev eral distinguished guests at the Assistant Commission Winnipeg Di vision Rupert Whitehead Director of the Greater Win nipeg Safety and Chairman of the Motor Carrier Board of Man De Gagne qualified for membership in the Million Mller Club by driving his buses over one million accidentfree miles in the sixteen years be has been with Grey The which has been owned by Thies sen Bus Lines since is currently promoting an ag gressive safety and the Master Driver Awards were set up to highlight their safety Grey Goose operates a fleet of over forty mostly on runs inside Company Pre sident and General Manager is Councillors discuss celebrations A regular meeting of Stein bach Council was held on Mon November 7 after three weeks of no The intervening holiday was caused by an accident in which Mayor Barkman hurt his leg to the extent that he had to be hospitalized for several All councillors were present and a great deal of routine bus iness was gone through before the men called it a There was considerable dis cussion about Halloween van Police Commissioner Reimer said he had received numerous complaints about da mage caused by vandals in Thiessen had attended a traffic and police convention in Winnipeg that when some one hurled a car mirror through the picture window of the Thies sen In another sequel to this sort of Frank Isaac was cleaning up the front of their home which had been plas tered with when she slip ped and breaking her She is still in hospital suffer ing excruciating Constable Ben Sobering in formed council that a Steinbach firm was prepared to offer a reward for Information leading to the arrest of the The police commissioner ad vised that the request had the blessing of It was agreed to list the for mer Town Office and Fire Hall with a real estate agency for quick In connection with the towns ownership of real Council seems to be end ing up with more property than it can dispose A most recent acquirement is six acres of land just north of town by virtue of the annual tax Councillor Penner re ported that the snow plow or dered some time ago Is now Judginc by were having we may soon need i Councillor Harold linger sug gested that this is a good time to start thinking about next years waterworks He suggested that the follow ing streets be given considera First Home Ellice Wilson St Hanover Townline Ave and Pine Crescent Councillor Loewen reported on a meeting with the Manitoba Men nonite Historical re the which he was com ing along It was also reported that re presentatives of the provincial centennial commission will be In Steinbach oo 10 to meet the centennial committee At council is the only local group to have appointed men to the centennial The two are John Vogt and George Unless other such as the Chamber of begin moving in this our centennial efforts may be puny No single group will be able to sponsor the type of celebration our provincial go vernment is appealing It will have to be an all out community wide Bothwell Coop is dissolved The final meeting of the Both well Coop Produce was held on October At this the board of directors wound up the affairs of the Coop which was organized in Reason for the dissolution was that the Coop no longer serv ed the purpose for which it was Back in 1954 the Coopwas or ganized for the sole purpose of grading and marketing In the short span of only 12 years the method of marketing has changed so much that this service is no longer Some of the changes cited by a director of the are that eggs are usually bought un graded by firms who grade them In many other the pro ducers are so large that they find it profitable to grade their During the peak year of its the Bothwell Coop Produce graded and market ed up to 500 of The last board of directors con MAGISTRATES COURT Loses license after motorbike experiment Dennis a motorcycle was fined and had his licence suspended for one month last Thursday at Magis trates after pleading not guilty to a charge of careless The offence in question oc curred September 4 near Key stone Dragways on the Trans Canada Constables Bingham and Cowans had stop ped two other motorbikes to speeding and were writing out a ticket for them when the accused drove Walde was lying flat on the likehis stomach on the gas tank and his feet our over the rear The officers followed speeds of between 50 and The officers testified that the accused had weaved back and forth on the road and that there was quite a strong who was not repre sented by said be was in this prone position because it was the only way he could cut down the wind resistance and keep up with the rest of the I conducted tests on two pre vious occasions in this testified One was at a speed of 60 The prosecution contended that since Walde was in a prone po sition he could not possibly have had complete control over the since the rear brake pedal is Before Magistrate Darlchuk commented AU I can say about those previous tests is that you were very fortunate to have survived continued on page 5 Dominion City beaten unconscious Bert Justice of the Peace for Dominion City was brutally beaten unconscious last Friday night by two as yet un known The incident occurred shortly after in front of the Queens Hotel oo Dominion Citys main Barsby was fast getting into his truck to go home when he was attacked from He suffered severe lacerations to the head and face requiring several stitches to the CPR station and for Reward is by the Carillon News for information leading to the conviction of person or persons re sponsible for acts of vandalism on Halloween Editor agent in Dominion City was ap pointed Justice of the Peace a few months In piecing together the inci dent Skip Kee ley told this reporter that three Indians bad caused i disturbance in the hotel prior to the They then came out of the hotel and two of them attacked Although there were wit nesses to the it was dark and no one got close enough to Identify At press the investiga tion is still sisted of vice Henry Hiebert and John In the Society was able to pay all shares at par and meet all other obli gations of the Centennial meet held at Ridgeville Reeve John Hunter announces that a Centennial meeting will be held in Ridgeville on Thurs The meeting starts at 8 Pat member of the Centennial Corporation of Manitoba will be the guest speak Hunter is urging all Inter ested parties to attend this meet Triple under new management Rumour is rife here that the controlling Interest in Friendly Family Farms has been acquir ed by Max a share holder in Custom Win Freed said he would make a public statement next New headquarters for Steinbach RCMP Construction has started on a new RCMP headquarters build ing at The location is on 12 Highway next door to Funks The successful bidder on this tender is Loewen and The building will contain a three bedroom ac commodation for a single officer and Completion date is set for Cost of the project Henry Borkowsky Is in charge of Barkman Hard ware has contracted to install plumbing and while Pen ner Electric will do the A contract for a similar build ing at Falcon Lake is With this kind of want to line things up here first before going mana ger Ralph Guenther told the Car Loewen firm is also building four which will be ready for occupancy in mid At their woodwork plant west of another 50x80 foot addi tion Is being added to the aU of which seems to dispel any notions that things aresUeken ing down in the building Charged with noncapital murder Rayaoad a rtddent o Roseau fndian Reserve at charnd with la Tbe charge apparently the ftSthaThis wife bufeBoaed to death ia tht day death ia their T Part toad wai smashed victim wu aged Haydn vac taken la oo Monday by Skip A preliminary iaqutstwucoB by Boucher of St tht day at the Fnaeral   

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