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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 20, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wayside Chapel desecrated The little Wayside chapel at Burmis has been extensively damaged by vandals. Blairmore detachment RCMP say a truck stolen from Craig Con- struction at Bellevue Nov. 15 was used to damage the church. The truck, was found Nov. 16 abandoned near Bellevue and was extensively damaged. The chapel was built by the Dutch Reformed Church more than 10 years ago. It has been a tourist attraction. Over a million persons from all over the world signed the guest register. The Church provided a roadside rest stop where persons could meditate for a while and visit the nearby Bible Museum. VERN DECOUX pnoto Neighbors South In short credited for help GRANUM K. C. Fields. owner of the Granum Cafe, credits the actions of her neighbors in saving the cafe during a fire Monday evening at 7. Mrs Fields, who operates the cafe herself, said she was at a loss when a grease trap caught fire in the kitchen and flames began spreading across the walls Carl Wolkowyck, 14. Granum. a customer, showed her how to use the fire ex- tinguisher, which was used to control the fire until firemen of the Granum Volunteer Fire Department arrived minutes later, Mrs Fields said. Firemen turned off the gas for the kitchen, which had been supporting the kitchen fire despite Mrs. Fields' effort with the fire extinguisher She credited the department's promptness and Mr. Wolkowyck's help with saving the establishment, although an estimated to damage was done to the kitchen. The cafe was open Tuesday. but could serve only coffee and food prepared elsewhere. MD fieldman to attend classes CLARESHOLM (Staff) Willow Creek Municipal District agricultural fieldman Richard Bernnger Wednes- day was authorized by the council to attend an in ser- vice training course. Nov 17 to 22. at the Banff School of Fine Arts. The agriculture service board has approved a grant to the agricultural fieldmen's convention to be held Frb 24 to 27 at Lethbridge. Council approved a policy of renting the jack hammer "from the time it leaves until the time it gets back" with the proviso renters pa> for all repairs Council will hold its next lax recovery sale Feb 18 with 12 parcels to be offered Council approved the sale of four lots to Mrs Karl Bilmsky of Parkland Grir ..1 m K! P.IM. Peterson tilti council the higiwa-. will pa> the end of