Steinbach Carillon, September 21, 1983

Steinbach Carillon

September 21, 1983

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Steinbach Carillon (Newspaper) - September 21, 1983, Steinbach, Manitoba Thiessen new Appeal head Former Hanover School Division superintendent Thiessen will be president of the Steinbach and Area United Appeal campaign for Thiessen told The Carillon he was confident about the campaigns pro spects of raising the 1983 campaign goal of Ive looked at the campaign com mittee and its enthusiasm has inspired enthusiasm in he He was asked to take the position and felt there was a Thiessen Out going president Charles Hor vath said he was looking forward to this years A previous article in the in which he said the campaign would fold unless someone stepped forward as stirred a lot of en Horvath With this type of response 1 feel the community is eager to support the United Were going ahead In Seine River Marching brass Members of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers brass band led off the parade Saturday morning highlighting official opening of the new nine at the Steinbach Golf See additional stories on page In October election 35 school board seats School board elections this fall will see 35 board seats up for All seats in Seine River and Red River school which have adopted threeyear terms for their will be up for There will be elections in half the wards in Boundary and MorrisMacdonald school In Hanover elections are slated in Ward 1 Landmark presently held by Art Rempel Ward 3 Blumenort Mitchell presently held by Abe Penner Ward 5 Steinbach which has two seats presently held by Burton Loewen and George Penner Ward 7 New Bothwell presently held by Boundary School Division has elec tions slated in Ward 1 Emerson presently held by Ken Kreitz Ward 3 Arnaud presently held by Jake Janzen Ward 5 Ridgeville present ly held by Bryce Chubaty Ward 7 Tolstoi presently held by Frank Gaetz and Ward 9 The seat had been held by the late Walter In MorrisMacdonald elections are slated in Ward 1 Morris presently held by Les who will not be seeking reelection Ward 3 Rosenort presently held by Art Cornelson and Ward 5 SanfordOak Bluff presently heldbyiSarbara There will be nine seats up for elec tion in Seine Present trustees are Roland Lavallee in Ward 1 La Ken Hildebrand and Shirley Loewen in Ward 2 Gilles Roch and Hugh Hamilton in Ward 3 LoretteIles des Gilles Saindon and Gerard Archam bault in Ward 4 Ste AnneRicher and Jean Gauthier in Ward 5 La One trustee hs been added to the board because of a change in ward boundaries recently approved in coun ty All 10 seats on the Red River school board are up for The present trustee in Ward 1 St JosephLetellier is Denis Barnabe trustees in Ward 2 St Jean are Louis Germaine Vermette trustee in Ward 3 Carey Dufrost is Jean Goulet trustee in Ward 4 St Malo is Marc Hamonic trustees in Ward 5 St Pierre are Edouard Robidoux and Gilbert Rioux trustee in Ward 6 Otterburne is Paul Dupuis trustee in Ward 7 Aubigny is Rene Vermette and trustee in Ward 8 Ste Agathe is Emile There will also be a byelection in Ward 4 of Sprague School District where present trustee Ted Bennett and Lucien Lamy have both The next full election in the district will be held in The election will be held 26 in conjunction with the general municipal Most councillors seek reelection Over 100 council seats will expire All but two members of Steinbach town colmcil Monday indicated they will seek reelection to another term in next months municipal Councilor Bob Frey will not try for a second term while Councillor Henry Dueck would not comment on whether he will seek Mayor Helmut Pankratz and Coun cillors Frank Ernie Les Magnusson and Harold Linger stated they will let their names stand for Veteran on council is Unger except for a oneyear has been a councillor since Councillor Frey told The Carillon commitments to his business and family do not give him enough time to serve on He encouraged younger people to consider running for He was elected to council at age To date no candidates for council have announced their Nomination day is Voters in Steinbach in addition to electing a mayor and six will also be asked their opinion on a proposal to permit the sale of beer and wine in local More than 100 seats on 18 southeastern Manitoba councils will be at stake in the general municipal election scheduled for Up for elections will be the position of reeves and councillors of the Rural Municipalities of De La Ste Anne and and the Local Government Districts of Piney and Also facing election will be the mayors and councillors of the Towns of Morris and Emerson and the Village of Ste Niver ville and St Nominations for all positions close Whats inside Church Family Farm IB Neighborly A Peler Tillys Upcoming Managing your Golf course celebration of u Takes on Filmon Manness enters PC race Morris MLA Clayton Manness has officially entered the race for the leadership of the provincial Pro gressive Conservative I feel I have the qualities and talents to do the Manness told The Carillon I think Im the right person to lead the party and ultimately the pro he at 36 the youngest member of the Conservative was encouraged to enter the race by La Verendrye MLA Bob Banman and Sturgeon Creek MLA Frank While conceding he may have left the starting gate a little Man ness expressed confidence about his chances in the race to succeed present party leader Sterling The key issue in the leadership cam paign will be the question of who will best be able to leader the party back to power policy issues will be secon he His campaign will be centred around a call for fiscal responsibility and firm controls on government spending while meeting social obliga Manness told a Winnipeg press Issues such as economic develop ment and job creation in an environ ment which makes Manitoba a pro vince of attractive new opportunities will be top priorities with he While he may be unknown to the people in the party know he The announcement of his candidacy was deliberately timed as part of a wellplanned threemonth campaign that will be built upon personal con tact with people in all parts of he Manness has a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture and a Master of Science degree with a specialty in agricultural He operates a grain farm in the Domain He and his wife Cheryl have four The leadership convention will be held 8 to Previously declared candidates are Turtle Mountain MLA Brian Ransom and Tuxedo MLA Gary Thiessen with a very positive Hor vath Last year the campaign goal was The campaign drive raised Court upholds ward changes Ward boundary changes in Seine River School Division have been upheld in county In a decision released last Wednes Judge Armand Dureault ruled the Seine River school board acted properly in changing ward boundaries and adding a The provincial board of reference had earlier denied the bylaw calling for changes following a hearing in Ju ly in which a number of residents of the division had objected to the bpard chairman Roland Lavallee safdlie Vas tiappyrwitfrltittlge Dureaults decision but its not a matter of winning or In upholding the bylaw the court has recognized the boards The court considered all the issues the school board had to deal with in making the boundary Lavallee The court has recognized the board did everything properly and at tempted to do the right thing for the majority of people in the he They also recognized the fact it would be impossible for the board to satisfy all residents of the he In handing down the J udgeDureault said Lavellee and Norbert trustee Ken who headed the ad hoc committee which See Upholds on page 2A French language hearing Tuesday A public hearing dealing with the proposed provincial French language services program will be held in the Ste Anne Legion Community Centre Tuesday beginning at 10 At the hearing the Manitoba Legislatures standing committee on privileges and elections will hear views on the amendments to The Manitoba Act regarding translation of certain statutes as well as French language The meeting will run from 10 to and continue in the if from 2 to 5 The session coudl resume again at Copies of the proposal are available from the clerks office in the Written briefs may be mailed to the clerk or delivered at the Chairman of the committee is Springfield MLA Andy Morris MLA Clayton Manness with wife Cheryl announces his candidacy in the provincial Conservative leadership V ;