Steinbach Carillon News, January 5, 1967

Steinbach Carillon News

January 05, 1967

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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - January 5, 1967, Steinbach, Manitoba Here There Saigon The ups and downs in the life of Nguyen Van Teo repairman employed by the military lave landed him in a Saigon He submitted this accident report to his superior When I arrived at the military aid command build ing to fix I found that the rains had dislodged a large number of tile from the So rigged up a beam with a pulley at the top of the building and hoisted up a couple of barrels full of When I fixed the there was a lot of tile left I hoisted the barrel back up again and secured the line at the and then went up and filled the barrel with the extra Then I went down to the bot tom and cast off the line the barrel of tile was heavier than I was and before I knew what was the barrel started jerking me off the I decided to hang on and half way up I met the barrel coming down and received a severe blow on the I then continued to the banging my head against the beam and getting my fingers jammed in the Whenthe barrel hit the it burst its allow ing all the tile to spill I was now heavier than the barrel and I started down again at high Halfway down I met the barrel coming and re ceived severe injuries to my When I hit the I landed on the getting several painful cuts from the sharp At this point I must have lost my presence of mind then came giving rne another heavy blow on the head and putting me in the I respectfully request sick Nguyen Van Teos request was Money is the Farmers Issue It is The Finanical Post that Canadas farmers are fed to the teeth with their slot in Canadas economic They get parti cularly bitter when critics suggest that more efficiency would solve their income The reason is that in the postwar agricultures productivity has on a year as against for all com mercial But the persistent gap between labor income per capita in agriculture and in the rest of the economy has not The in have been running faster than anyone else and managed only to stay in the same It is significant that the farmers of one have prodded their government into bankrolling a committee to canvass ideas for guaran teeing stable farm But the disenchantment may cost governments and taxpayers considerably more than mere committee Existing support pro grams have One official of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture has said We need a radical new pro k Do not be discouraged if your children seem to reject your It isnt Years later they will be offering it to their x Have you ever noticed how unimportant your job is yen ik for and how important it suddenly becomes when you ask for a day A local poultry producer phoned to say that he had had company at his home and he had never seen finer The guests were representatives of a poultry feed come to offer reimbursement for money lost when the producers flock suddenly went on strike and cut production to of The strange which this column first re ported on about two months that large flocks of layers in a heavy poultry producing area west of the Red suddenly stopped was finally found due to or lack of a certain ingredient in a modern poultry The manufacturer who also buys part of his powerful may still not know how the one ingredient got out of balance but nevertheless has decided to reimburse his clients for part of their These men certainly made us a most decent and fair said our Here we might quote from Poor Richards Almanac A good example is the best Thanks for the Christmas I can verify that the knife cuts Ill send the bill for the bandaids So says Elsie our Grunthal Its nice to have isnt it Us older fellows certainly find it difficult to keep up with the They were building the masonry on that new rink in 20 below and we wondered how long frozen mortar would hold the walls We were promptly told that masonry done in winter is far stronger than when done in But when two of the councillors blithely ordered paint for the in side of the I just looked in amazement and one of the councillors saw my Without waiting for my question he paint lasts much longer when put on a cold Such like 20 below cold Well Municipality Organizes For Year 1967 Reeve John Harms and his council were busy on Tuesday afternoon to organize the busi ness of council for the coming Three elected last fall and now taking their seat on council were asked to make the declaration or qualification and take the oath of Councillor Loewen made the declaration for his 8th followed closely by Bergen who took the oath for the 7th Novice John Frie sen was sworn in for the first Main business at this annual organization meeting is to ap point committee heads and re presentatives to the various On Committees of Pe ter Toews was appointed deputy Peter Funk was made finance Reeve John Harms will look after public works protection of persons and councillor Funk social councillor Toews community service councillor Bergen Canadian Reeve John Pete Katchur and Loewen will represent the municipality oc EMO Councillor Childrens Aid Society John on the Red River Health Unit Board John Harms reap pointed to the Hospital Board Diedrich Penner of Grunthal was appointed to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Levi Schel CARILL NEWS Serving Southeastern Manitoba I VOLUME XXII O iglo copies 10 cents each 196ff 20 PAGES NUMBER 1 Florze Girl Pies Following Car Accident Mother Of 4 Dies In Car Accident Christmas morning turned out to be tragic time for the Stout family of 15 Dundurn when mother of was struck and killed by a car while waiting for a bus on Annes Driver of the Murray Richard of 107Braemar Joyce Stout was the for mer Joyce daugh stepdaughter of the late who operated the Linden General Store at Lorette for many and Stout had gone on a tobogganing outing on Christ mas and Stout was returning home ahead of her husband when the accident occur Funeral services for Joyce Stout took place on at the Thompson Funeral Besides her husband and Stout is survived by two two Jo anne two now In and Wilmer in Relatives are assisting Stout with the care of the Fire Leaves Family Homeless A fire of unknown origin com pletely destroyed the farm home of and Norman located about 2 miles east of Anne on the Daw son The Proulx family were spend ing Christmas Eve between their inlaws and Midnight Mass when the fire They have five the eldest being between seven and Nothing was The family is presently staying with Oram a Proulx is employed with Lount Construction A 17 year old Florze girl died in Boniface hospital on Mon day after a car accident in which two young er sisters were also Dead Is Marielle aged Seriously injured and still in critical condition is her sister while a third sis ter Jocelyn aged is also in badly The occurred on Christmas eve at 3 oclock in the The girls were crossing Pro vencher Avenue via the east cross walk of Jean Baptiste Street when they were struck by an eastbound A fourth sister in the group escaped in a miraculous As the unseen oncoming car was just about upon 14 year Aline turned aside to pet the fa mily At that moment the deathdealing car ran onto the other The four girls are daughters mariene Koiron Madelaine Poiron Steinbach Celebrates On Eve Of Centennial Year Two youngsters heave their Christmas tree to feed the fire of symbolic of Canadas Steinbach citizens joined the rest of the nation in a Canadian Centennial birthday program on the eve of the New De spite nippy a fairly large number of persons both young and old turned out to heap their used Christmas trees on the friendship bonfire and re to listen to the speeches and Youngsters found the bonfire more intriguing than the speech es but they probably absorbed some of the significance of the which took place on the steps of the Civic Administra tion The ceremonies started with Fire Chief Ben Loewen lighting the Elbert Toews and his quartet led in the singing of O and Mayor Barkman addressed the He encouraged everyone to take part in projects for the Centen nial perhaps personal pro or projects undertaken by community It is not so important just as long as we can achieve the spirit of goodwill toward Barkman also urged the churches to combine their efforts for a closer unification of all church After Reeve John Harms short speech in which he welcomed the opportunities given to us in cele brating our countrys the mens quartet with Elbert Toews sang an anthem Blest arranged for the quar tet by Shirley The highlight of the program was the Anniversary Cake Cer A large birthday 26 by 56 inches had been baked by the Steinbach Bakery for the The hundred candles were lit and a number of young sters wore invited to help in blowing out the At this the Canadian weather exerted a strong influ and assisted with a gust of northwesterly wind in blow ing out the Frank Isaac represented the United Ministerial of Stein bach with a short He commended the local Centennial Projects Committee for allotting time for a message from Gods It was the freedom of reli incorporated in the Act of 1867 that attracted large numbers of pioneers toour coun In this he liken ed the Mennonite settlers who came to Manitoba to If we continue to keep Gods He will bless Isaac wished to conclude his remarks by reading the De claration by the Interfaith Con but the chilly weather and darkness made him change his The crowd dispersed after join ing in the singing This Land Is My of and Raymond Poi who moved to Boniface from Florze only three months Poiron had obtained work with Modern and young Marielle worked at the Canadian National They live at 315 Provencher There are eight other children in the The name of the driver was not released at the time of the preliminary inquest which was held on A report stated that Marielle was carried 150 feet by the other seriously injured was hurled 15 feet into the air by the She unde rgoTKseveraioperattons since the including brain Her condition on 31 was described as very Funeral services for Marielle were set for January and Raymond Poiron nee Yvetle Comeault lived in Florze since their marriage on for the exception of a few months in 1950 when they lived in At the beginning of of they moved to 315 Proven chcr Boniface with their 12 children ranging from 16 months to 17 years of Poiron is employed at Modern Dairies in Marielle was born July Attended school attheLar teau S hool in Florze up to her grade Then she attended two years at Woodridge High Teacher was Laurent La She completed her Grade XI and XII at Adolphe High School at the age of At present she had been em ployed at the Banque Canadienne Nationale In Died Monday morning at the Boniface Madeleine was born October Attended Larteau School in and Grade IX and X at Woodridge High At present attending Jo sephs Collegiate in Boniface for Grade Aline was born on the 17th of August in Also attended Larteau Took grade IX Aline Poiron Jocelyn Poiron at Woodridge High School and is now taking a commercial course at Joseph Names and ages of other chil dren in the family are Lorraine Claude Diane Michel Doris Colette Denise 16 The three older girls and Aline were mem bers of the Boniface Cathedral Choir and were to sing at Mid night Mass that They were on their way to church to attend confessional when the ac cident Courses For Unemployed Are Set For Steinbach Two Adult Education courses for the unemployed will be held in me Steinbach this Cue is an eight week course for In which applicants are instructed in the various types of About one third of the time is spent on estimating of a mounts of material and time needed for and on drawing and reading The re maining time will be spent in practical Carpenters in terested in taking this course have been invited to attend a meeting in the Civic Building in on Thursday at At this meeting Jack Redhead of the Apprentice ship and others will be answering questions pertaining to the The second course offered is an Upgrading Course which will allow the applicants to enter trade courses being offered at the Man itoba Institute of At present many of the people inter ested in taking this course donot hsve the required Grade How after taking the Upgrading those who pass are given a Level II Certificate which is acceptable in place of Grade This is a 14 week course in which applicants receive instruc tion in English and Persons whose applications are approved for training under this program may qualify for pro vincial They vary from per week for a single to per week for a married man with two child All people qualifying for assistance must be unemployed and registered with the Nation al Employment No date has been set for these This will be determined by the Department of Education who are responsible for hiring of instructors and renting the necessary For further information contact the Agricultural Representa tives Mayor Makes Appointments It was cotd and the breeze kept on snuffing out the candles before the youngsters got around to But it was an excitinq anyway for the several hundred youngsters who attended the New Years centennial celebration at Steinbach town council met briefly on Tuesday morning as is required by to administer oath of office where to set the dates for regular coun cil meetings and to make such appointments as are Councillor Councillor RESOLVED that the fol lowing committees and board ap pointments as drawn up by the Mayor be ratified for 1967 Committee Finance and Administration Councillor Vogt and Mayor Bark en and Sreet Lighting Baikman Health iirt Weliare coun cillors Vogt aixJ Community coun cillors Loewen Police and Traffic Control Councillors Reimer and Public Works Coun cillors Penner and Waterworks Council lors Unger and Building Permits Planning Councillors Reimer and Board Red Rher Health Unit Coun cillor Childrens Aid Society of Eastern Manitoba Councillor Hospital Board 19676869 commucu on page 5 Family Of 13 Loses Home By Fire A family with thirteen children lost their home and all belong ings except some kitchen furni in a fire at 3 Tuesday and Tony who five miles east of carried no insurance on their older type frame The fire is believed to have started in the heating The family was a at home when the fire broke At they are staying with has not been working for several due to Friends of the say that donations of clothing would be The childicn are school age and ;