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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Brandon, Manitoba Western Manitoba s favorite daily Brandon Man monday february 19, 1962 conference ends dinner climaxes Lions meet Lions from As far North As Ture or. Whitten said while in Lynn Lake East from fort William Ontario and South from Barnesville Minnesota gathered in the Prince Edward hotel saturday and sunday for the midwinter conference of the Lions International District 5m3. The Field of Community service to their own neighbourhoods much j had been done in the name of i zionism in Community projects such As Parks Community centres and gymnasiums. Lastly world wide service Ful highlight of the two Day con filled by the Lions with then Ference was the dinner and outposts around the world Stool dance in the Prince Edward s. As a Strong Force for Unity and main dining room following a world peace he said. Reception by the Brandon chamber of Commerce which was attended by some 300 delegates a but a he concluded a service provided by us in these Fields must not be considered in terms stressing the importance of higher education today or. Robbins pointed to the views of economist Kenneth Galbraith author of a the affluent society Quot and now . Ambassador to India who held that investment in Man in the form of higher education was the key to the world s future and that All resources especially those of Young people s minds should be explored to meet the Challenge of the free world. Education had come close to and wives including International of dollars and cents but in terms becoming the Index of social director Ralph e. Whitten Des i of the Moines Iowa District governor bringing greetings from the George e. Fismen Moorhead City ceremony opens school for retarded new school opened j. A. Quinn president of the Brandon association Ifor retarded children left signs the 99-Vear lease and1 Minnesota and Many International councillors of the organization. Mein speaker at the banquet or. Whitten kept a noisily Good tempered gathering amused with a series of stories and turning to More serious matters outlined four Fields of service to which the Lions movement was dedicated. Person to person service was province. Minister of welfare Hon. John Christianson offered a a sincere Well done Quot for the part played by the Lions in the school for retarded children. Quot the Lions have made Manitoba a better place to live in Quot he said and presented International director Whitten with a Manitoba pin As indication of the government s appreciation. Progress. Or. Robbins said nor should the humanities necessary to the development of the whole Man. Be neglected in this education was a concern of the Lions he said As evinced the Brandon Banner stolen with the rest was sold to Hamel a for $16, to be reclaimed Only i through an official Brandon visit to Hamiota at the risk of further fund raising. During the morning s business the delegates heard talks on membership Public relations and on the business of the Board of directors. Brandon past president Joseph Haddad told the delegates that membership by invitation Only in the world s largest service organization involved the adoption of the club s High moral ideals and the expenditure of time and Money. Membership must be Active he emphasized and new Rem by their sponsorship of the new i. School or retarded children. Sot a Quot mgt Quot a a led. A dream came True saturday afternoon for the members and children of the Brandon association for retarded children As their spanking new Lions school of the provincial government lauding them for their solid achievement in Community service. A in ancient Greece the Sparer retarded children was offi tans would leave their ill or scially opened on Madison Gres mentally retarded children on a cent at a ceremony organized Hillside to die. The germans jointly by the association and treated theirs similarly in re the Lions club of Brandon Spon cent times. Sors for the school. In the school s basement Assembly packed with guests Lions and members of the association mrs. H. Stein principal of the new school Cut the tape to declare the school open and received the school s keys from Lions president Bill Smith while a smiling j. A. Quinn president of the local association for retarded children put pen to the 99-year lease from the Lions club and turned Over the nominal $1 rent. Consideration too. Should be give i in to the Field of higher education though it May Lack the emotional Appeal of other projects. A i leave you w Ith this thought a or. Whitten was also present he said. Quot consider the result if in snares to hand nver wel1 exemplified he said by the cd with a Lions trophy by bran higher education does not re j j. I r f a. To. Opening in Brandon of the Lions Don president Bill Smith. Chive this support and consider no Mai tee of Jias til la school for retarded children that the guests were welcomed by the Advance in International rela Burnith Centie president of afternoon sponsored by the mayor s. A. Magnacca Gover tons that can be achieved if. In it or in the heart of 0 ran it on Lions hands Brandon Lions club. A source nor Fismen or. Smith and f. 0. Fact it does receive the support Parl 0ver the new Lions school of great satisfaction to the doer Meighen on behalf of the bran it in the project he said or retarded children to he said Quot it takes a b s Man to Don chamber of Commerce. Also at the luncheon five its new owners following Bend Over backwards to help a the sexes split for luncheon Lions club banners stolen by the Virden club during the oblivion of the previous night s festivities were auctioned off to the highest bidder the proceeds some $50, going towards the financing of the new retarded children s school. Brandon citizens by their dior much moved by the proceed its now owners 0 ios mrs. Stain principal of Tho official opening Satur Quot Eedy of wild on sunday following a morning the school said that this would Day afternoon. Master o i serv., a a a hrs my Vedma a a of business the women to hear enable great strides to be ceremonies Joseph Haddad a la a Skuchas construction of Sun lash it tor Ray Rowe mad in the development of 0f the Lions supervises on of a a f b a und re a Quot the a Evolur Quot a Quot 01 the school s pupils right i it upor less on habilitation centres and the Lions men to hear guest speaker or. A we want to train them As a but one of the fundamental Good citizens socially accepted convictions of a civilized society and loved a she said. Is the Worth of the human in a and we do have graduates a he said. She said proudly. A two have the Lions school was one step passed into Public schools while Forward in the furtherance of one girl is now earning her own this aim and in the solution of living a so self sufficiency is a a social problem the minister reality for said. Congratulations were passed voluntary organizations and on to both organizations by churches were doing an Ivalu George e. Fismen. District gov and do Iedy on br7n�nvtreets wit i Able Job in meeting the needs error of the Lions District 5m3. In a f an hour o each other saturday night. Two men die in City suddenly two men collapsed suddenly had in the last year sponsored j. E Robbins president of bran Over 200,000 projects of this na-1 Don College. Them responsible tasks and by making meetings interesting and enjoyable. In their business session the delegates discussing a possible split in the District due to the governor s heavy work Load ruled that the governor be Given Powers of assigning duties to his deputies. A split in the District along the .-Canadian Border was deemed contrary to the Lions ideals. Winding up the conference District governor Fismen congratulated conference chairman Byron Doak and his committee on a most successful conference and outlined plans for the 1963 mid Winter conference to go to thief River Falls Minnesota the 1964 to Kenora ont. Of society or. Christianson said the school will begin function and he had noticed a great will ing almost immediately with ingress of communities to take further work still to be done on in More than was asked of them the exterior and on the grounds a one Storey Metal Frame con since he had assumed his duties in the Spring Striction. The building was ii while the government was at danced by the Brandon Lions tempting to share this Burden club at a Cost of Over $20,000 some tasks such As this Wen and gives accommodation for up Best carried out by voluntary to 30 students in Bright cheerful groups with government a classrooms fully furnished with is stance he Aid. Mrs. A Ilia Rasmussen chairman of the education commit tee of the Canadian association for retarded children told the gathering that it was Only in the last to years that the retarded child had begun to be accepted by society instead of being hidden shame fac edly. This was due to the toppling of the theory that heredity alone could account for retardation she said. A now we know thai Winnie of up a a a irl struck there Are Over 80 different cause downy an automobile near and Parent no longer need to Here saturday died in Hospital Ai 1 a a t eng of guilt of Atter being revived at the scene their retarded children she of the Accident. Emphasized. A a a a. Need still existed tor Adul police said Susan Berrard. Cuvien res and re scarce stopped breathing after the rns in a a Commux Vilics f Hap near her Home at grand Point to Miles Southeast of Here a nurse who came upon the scene applied artificial respiration and brought the girl around. Modern equipment. It will initially House 21 children under four teachers. Minister of welfare Hon. John Christianson brought thanks and congratulations to both organizations on behalf girl struck by automobile Dies in Hospital Alec Dunn. 67. Of Deloraine collapsed outside the Canadian legion eighth Street and was pronounced dead on arrival by ambulance at the Brandon general Hospital. Or. J. A. Findlay who examined the body said apparent i cause of death was a heart attack. Returning from the Hospital the ambulance was immediately called out to 22 seventh Street where i Joseph Mathieson. 74, retired had dropped while shovelling Snow outside the residence he occupied with his brother n. J. Mathieson. He was rushed to Hospital but was found dead on arrival at the Hospital. Cause of death was specified As coronary thrombosis at a postmortem sunday morning. But a a he died five hours later. Police said the girl was hit after she ran out onto a Street Hen a Bulldozer caring Snow loved any it Jno a he said mayor s. A. Magnacca As began backing towards her. Which the government must be repeatedly advised by local associations she pointed out. A but the outstanding need is for research into the cause prevention and amelioration of retardation so thai the mentally noted Brandon retarded of today need not have businessman wants Manitoba dept. For North a Lions in Brandon a attending the mid Winter conference of the Lions children Hurt in Accident International District 5m3j three children were taken to in the Prince Edward hotel Brandon general Hospital Sun Over the weekend amongst Day when the Toboggan on which some 300 delegates and their they were playing ran before the wives were pictured on the bees a a car on fourth Street left. International Council North the children Are being detained in Hospital for examination although reported to be not seriously injured. The youngest Hay Silvius suffered Chest injuries and is suffering from Shock. Larry Phillips. Dies in City Lor Lou Boroditsky bran the three children David and Winnipeg up a Provin compared to the costs of floods i a try District Sirius. To and 7 years old Cim a Elal department of Northern of j a a it a a Blue Chio i _ _ 1 inf Rry third Lenroot mirth Ann i Vitura Civile fairs and other actions to Foster Northern development were org t. L. Burnett general insurance rentals fire insurance and Allied lines 726 fifteenth Street phone Parkway 6-5a34 serrated with the project from its Early Days said that Here an important Public service had been performed for the City of Brandon and a Fine example set for other associations to follow. The Lions had cd in the legislature Friday by j. E. Ingebrigtson pc Churchill As he seconded the address in reply to the speech from the throne. He also recommended that i. A Trade school be establish Dies suddenly the death of David Lawrence i Larry Phillips Well known businessman of this City occurred j Eden Northern Ontario to help foe a partnership Between gov its a Blue Chip investment. Or. Ingebrigtson said a provincial department of Northern affairs could work with the Federal department to Quot help form the proper technological social and Community environment Quot for the developing of the North. A Northern development Calls reached attention Sun mail subscribers re blackout game because of postal regulations we Are not Able to carry our Urayo contest in mail subscriptions to the Brandon Sun. . Brandon Branch 2. Manitoba and the other Prairie provinces do All they can suddenly saturday morning. Born at Esterhazy Saska Chc j mets. An. Wan. O2 years ago the late or. Phillips has been a resident of 12 Brandon for the past 27 years. Larry As he was known to his Host of friends achieved some degree of Fame As a photograph. A for and left this to open shop atl1 e 5 or17�? the rear of his studio where he taught and worked with physically handicapped of surrounding districts in the Art of ceramics pottery Etc. He will be sorely missed in this group of people As he will in every organization in which he took part. I a member of St. Paul s United Church he is survived by one solve unemployment among internment and private or. Ingebrigtson praised the Roblin governments record in the North but was sharply critic a r Tri a i of 838 third Street North and error George a Smen Roger Chicoine 10i 841 Fourtly Quebe c up Emery be Moorhead Minnesota and Street North were tobogganing Blanc of la Evangeline Mone Host Bill Smith president on fourth Street North at 2 15 j ton n.b., saturday was to of the Brandon Lions club.1 . Sunday when their Toboggan elected president of the Canadian Down the Hill and onto Rosslian managing editors Assoc a Avenue in the path of an on Hon. Coming car. P Preston of the Brant the Driver w02 j s. Rich Jford ont., expositor was re mond 124 Madison Crescent told elected first vice president and. Police that he braked but was c. M. Fellman of the North ii1 a inc Manti unable to Stop in time although Bay ont., Nugget was elected travelling slowly sur Duff s surplus is $9 million Winnipeg Toba government entered 1961-62 fiscal year with a plus of More than $9,000,000 from 1 second vice president. To have Churchill become a free j?1 of previous previous year s operations port. This would Quot offset much a a the concern about Britain join As far As Western Canada is the1 the 3. Consideration be Given to the possibilities of fish farming in Northern lakes. If it proved successful the fish would never be depleted and eventually All would be first Grade. Successful have been in the Fields of health education and Public works. Quot some 12 years ago. Indian babies were brought into Churchill in egg crates marked Grade a Large and left at the Mission door to be buried in the Spring. Now he said Northern school districts Are Able to provide ,. Adequate education through Trout farms arc operated else Are her Grans for Remote areas Elt introduced in 1958 and since the w. O. Baizley pc Osborne establishment of the Northern sister mrs. Ivan Graham. At moved the address in reply to health service in 1959 not one Sun want ads the cheapest Salesman you Oan hire it my a v t v 8 amp pm. Parkway 9-2451 the time of his death he was working in his photographic studio preparatory to its reopening. He was predeceased by his parents and his wife. Funeral service will be held at the Brookie Donovan Chapel tuesday at 2 . Interment the throne speech. Or. Baizley dubbing the government s platform a a planned program for Progress Quot hailed the administration s Quot continuing bold Forward he reviewed the accomplish baby had died of Gastro enteritis. Gerald r. Dressler optometrist eyes examined Contact lenses 23 tenth Street. Phone a 9-2020, Brandon Tennant photography 431 16th portraits cars. Ii it color weddings commercial Anco Industrial Black and White family pictures taken in your Home phone a 8 6067 for appointment use Sun want ads will be in West Awn memorial ments of some of the govern gardens. Mentus departments citing As examples such items As $5,000,000 in Loans made by the Manitoba development fund the increase in tourism in Manitoba of 10.8 per cent in 1960, $90,000,000 spent on highways in three years with 700 Miles of Black Topping and the new Manitoba Home for girls. He noted it was hoped a Start would be made on the red River flood Way in the Early summer and that the Federal government would be paying 60 per cent of i its Cost. A the Cost of the flood control considerable a he said but Harry Trump optometrist new office now at 929 Rosser Avenue phone a 6-2807 now showing continuous shows daily from 2 15 sat. From i . Strand a famous players the at i Brandon College literary Board presents the diary of Anne Frank wed., thins., fri., feb. 21-22-23 City Hall auditorium 8 00 . Tickets end seating plan a Stuart s news adults $1.00 students 50c Winner of 2 Academy awards Best actor a Burt Lancaster Best supporting actress a Shirley Jones Awa Eimer Ganti web Mil Bobbt Laiuste Ruthh so Hooks a Eimer Gumnor the screen has Niver known Aman Uke Mimi mom i Prue Unwe eclair Lewis with Elst Kib co lob Shirley Jones Arthur Kenn Auy Patti Page

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