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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Albert Lea, Minnesota Community asset Albert Lea Tribune so do a. Lenoi Btu i if Kiester Rescue squad has support Kiester air ver enhance the image of Cha greasing insurance rates and finn Ani i Toukan to in the Community and a Lviv changing requirements for Trai will expressed the Hope that the neg of ambulance personnel Terr Etc i it Kies chapter Wuh do a repeat at the Are continuing problems. But a casual vie us 31 4 10 barbeque. During a recent if the attitude of the Community visitor. Interview mrs Cory seemed in the worst that could be Terestea. J dredged up during a recent vis r. It was some caucus ribbing of to Upp Ftfe a the Leroy Dahle. Treasurer of the squads bread if we had t0 organization and one of Tho a la it a doctor or us res ringleaders of what is due squad said Ken Birds in a spirited and a a. A ice pics Dent be first Asp a cd and ated Trenal Bank in Kic Stef is any indication the Kiester Rescue squad will be a necessary and valuable asset to the Kiester area for Many years to come. Group. Rather do without the doctor. The Kiester Rescue squad is pm t a a w s. A Volunteer or,.�?zlmlto�?z no it. It with Thorn to provide ambulance services to the Village of Kiester and the w a a surrounding Community it was Mam a passer president of organized in 1960 and has about top Bank Pra spa he Dedica-20 Volunteer members along Tsoyau it and Ici ency of with a registered nurse who is e squad Quot we know that in an emergency help is a mat ter of minutes one Man who has used the on Call if needed. Averaging about 60 Calls per year the squad is separate Zzz Quot a Quot we urdu from the Kiester Volunteer Mcce is ukr pfc Haas of fire department. Rescue squad a Quot of hot is a a be farm members take a great Deal of apply no Pstir a a Thuv haul Pride in the fact that no tax cd me t0 we set hop Tal it. Ltd it Money is used for their sup and a it sure and thy re in port. Town. Haase said recalling the two groups do work w 0ccasion when he Fred closely together the Rescue at was h the time be in cd squad resend to All fires and ,0 a a Cal Alt to water s fire truck accompanies the pr0ved t0 a Fase alarm ambulance on All Accident Calls costs Are growing each year according to Dahle. Who in real life operates a Fleet of school buses. But the squad has been Able to operate with income from fees to customers a fund raising dance and its annual hog barbeque. The hog barbeque held annually in Early summer is a major event As far As total Community involvement. Members of the Community donate time food and other ingredients to the squad to conduct the barbeque. A a a i Jimmu for a town without a doctor automobile it the Rescue squad is almost a must Quot he said. Don Olson who with his wife i is operator of the Mansfield store in the Southwest Corner of Freeborn county says Quot they re a wonderful Bunch of Fellows. They re so enthusiastic about their work you can to help but be enthusiastic with Mansfield is considered within the squad s service area and the store has provided financial and other support to the squad according to Davie. Although Dahle is a prominent drum beater for the even the f future Homeak squad the other officers of the ers of America Cha Chap group include Alvin Scherb Tor at Kiester High school got into the act this past year. Mrs. Charles Cory Home economics teacher and Cha advisor said the group was looking for a Community project and when Dahle approached her about helping with the affair the girls decided to give it a try. So about 50 Cha and Junior Cha members worked two shifts cutting the meat preparing tables and serving meals for More than 600 persons. Dahle said the project certain president Jim Engebretson vice president and Dale Mut Schler Secretary. Not above trying to get in a plug for individuals and businesses that contributed to the hog barbeque Dahle included Ralph thiner of Mansfield Max Adix a Mansfield area Farmer the Kiester Coop elevator the Mansfield store and g. W. Dahl a Bricelyn Farmer. Like any other Active concern the Rescue squad is concerned about rising costs. In Community supporters Kent Bird left and Manville passer parents give gift of life through injured songs death r Lando Fla. A tors said there was no Hope 20-year-old Paul Wojcik Scally injured in a traffic ident. 0 his parents asked that he allowed to die and that his Neys be used to help some else live. 1 think it would help to be e to think there is someone j probably be re without Paul a kidneys i the father Lester Wojcik. Of Paul could have decided to a what he would have need a said the Mother Deline. Tie youth an a a student at Irida state University was ared sunday when struck by automobile. Police said the ver of the stolen car escaped foot. Kiter talking with five sur ans and a priest tuesday flit the Wojciki told doctors remove breathing tubes from sir son. His brain was damaged so merely the machines Regis red no activity a mrs Wojcik said. A five specialists told us he was not really living the tubes simply forced his breath in and a spokesman at Florida Hospital Bob Wade said Quot this is the first instance we be had where a person was inevitably terminal and taken off life sustaining facilities. The individuals involved had the right to decide and could have Hung on and Hope for a miracle., there was no Hope from the the youth died shortly after the breathing tubes were removed. Surgeons immediately removed his kidneys and prepared them for transplanting into patients whose own were not functioning. Quot Paul had a lot going a said Wojcik a High school guidance Counselor. Mrs. Wojcik a former teacher said her son Quot was the most Happy person. He made straight a a without worrying or cramming. He had a million interests mrs. 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