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|'AGE 4 - PHILLIPS COUNTY NEWS- WEDNESDAY MARCH 14, 2001 ink relations between Artaerican and Canadian Kiwanians will be getting a new lease of life this summer. Malta and S)ift Current, Sask., Callda, Kiwani International mem- bert"are worRipl;o restore a historic border plaquross from Port of Morgarn ilrs Canadian Border The MCaim was erected innd was the 29_dPeace'Caim dedicated 'BY Kwanis Clfbs in the US and Canal]! !'+ ..,Accord to Malta Kiwanis Presidertt Laurel Enyeart, the restoration of 'the Cairn is expected to cost approximately j;500 US. "We were budgeted for 5250 for the project, but our share ftims out to be $500," she said. "We'll' be looking for some ways to raise the additional money before the monument is rebuilt this ..spring.".  , A brochure of club ac- tiyiUes,published by the Swift Current Kiwanis Club noted materials for the Cairn Wb''uplied b), a Swift Cerrent club member, Malta, Swift Current Kiwanians garbageCitylkingfrcoilection ' ' J |H]']!Jtl n,l, TourPl restoring historic border plaque truck driver . .ww--m, & Calct By John Degel Charlie Warren. and attached the plaque. The City of Malta is looking tbr a Friday, March 16 at 7 p.m. PCN Staff Writer He provided 3,000 pounds of The Saskatchewan Department of new garbage truck collection opera- $10.00 Entry French Lisk (sandstone) for the tlighwayspavedasmallareaarotmd tor. Tom Lal:ond has submitted his Flaee To 2, Double A sandstone cairn commemorat- monument and the granite plaque theCaim to control grass and weeds. commemorating international good will. Kiwanians from Malta laid the concrete base with help from Swift Current club members Les McKenzie and Maurice Jeffrey. Stonemason George Belle, one of Weaver's employees, built the Cairn DOMINION OF AND THE UNITED STATES OF SHouto Qutc=[ TNt R:tmtNBJ OF TH[ Mot T,AH A CtM'ul/Uta FettNnsme 8rvwtt, Tntst [OUNTItlt$ ' A LESSON OF PEACE TO ALL NAT!ONS 1 t,ct. .Y THE KIWANIS CLUB 0F: I MALTA AND SWIIT CURR.E KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL i OCTOBER 13, t9t' i ! ....... ,,,,,,, +,. 1 The Monchy Cairn, a US-Canadian KiWanis project, is being rebuilt this spring. ?; Scott Ost, a senior in Mr. Scott King's shop class, made a decora- tive corner table stand for the Malta Jr/Sr High School Library Media Center. =================================================================== :: ::,  : ; 3-11-01 2:59 p.m.-Sheriff's Office- Deputy responded to report of fight between two females. One later taken to dentist for damage to teeth. 12:14 a.m.-Sheriff's Office- Individual with equipment parked near Missouri River reported theft and damage to property. Under in- vestigation. 3:40 p.m.-Fire Dept.-Local firemen responded to report of grass fire out of control 1/2 mile east of Malta. Incident handled. 5:14 p.m.-Sheriff's Office- Dispatch gave public assistance to one male of gas and food.  8:29 p.m.-Sheriff's Office-Of- ricers arrested two individuals for .,: family member assault, incarcerated  in local jail. 3-12-01 , 12:37 a.m.-Sheriff's Office- Deputy responded to Zortman on re-  port of male in bar drunk and threat- ening he had a gun Incident handled. 1:10 p.m.-Sheriff's Office-Lo- cal male reported his ex-wife threat- ening him. Incident under investiga- tion. 8:20 p.m.-Sheriff's Office- Deputy responded to local residence to check out report of someone look- ing in the window. 9:30 p.m.-MHP-Responded to a one-vehicle accident on the Bear Gulch road. No injuries. 3-13-01 ', 6:29 a.m.-Fire Dept.-Firemen ", responded to report of fire in alley, /, fire spread to nearby storage build- : ink, was put out before too much damage was done. il [ II III 3-7-01 3:26 p.m.-Sheriff's Office- Coroner call made for elderly lady who had passed away at her home during the night. 3-8-01 6:38 a.m.-Ambulance-EMTs transported female to hospital with a diabetic problem. 2:01 p.m.-Sheriff's Office- Deputy eJled to train depot to assist in removing an inebriated male from the train,, 7:27 p.m.-Sheriff's Office- Deputies called to local business due to a possible fight in progress. Situa- tion taken care of. 3-9-01 8:23 p.m.-Sheriff's Office- Deputies investigated a two-vehicle noon-injury accident in downtown area. 8:29 p.m.-Ambulance/Sheriff- EMTs transported pregnant lady to hospital. Saco EMTs later trans- ported her to Glasgow hospital. 8:44 p.m.-Ambulance-Saco Ambulance called to Sleeping Buf- falo for male who had fallen on ice. Brought to the Malta hospital. 11:36 p.m.-Highway Patrol- Local HP investigated car that had slid into the ditch 35 miles south of Malta. Situation taken care of. 3-10-01 1:27 a.m.-Sheriff's Office-Of- ficer responded to report of vehicle hitting a power pole. Under investi- gation. 1:29 a.m.-Sheriff/Fire/Amb.- Deputies, Fire Dept. and Ambulance responded to a vehicle fire in down- town area. Cause of fire under inves- tigation. I ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS ,, Pick up your 'Marguerite Doucette Memorial Scholar- hip" forms at the Malta High School Counselor's office, r Loy Pekovitch at St. Mary's Church. This is a $500.00 award and some restrictions do apply. Scholarship applications are due by April 15, 2001. I When it was built, the Monchy Cairn was judged by Kiwanis Inter- national as the most beautifid of the 29 dedicated. Over the years, both clubs met tbr Kiwanis Picnics at the site. Enyeart said she hopes the cus- tom can be restored, as the Cairn will be, to develop stronger ties between the two clubs. The two clubs have an- other historic tie developed when Swift Current and Malta were the first two clubs in Kiwanis to host foreign exchange students. Four students from Swift Current visit Malta, staying with a host Kiwanis family, attending Malta schools and visiting area sites of interest during a four-day stay. Then four Malta stu- dents visit Swift Current for the rest of that week, undergoing similar activi- ties. "Renewing this Cairn will renew our relations with our Canadian broth- ers," Enyeart said. resignation in order to accept a new position with Big Flat Electric Co- operative. The city plans to seek applicants through Job Service. Closing date for submitting applications is March 22 at 1 p.m. Thank you to everyone who Wagon Train Feed, and Clean-up MALTA V.F.W. 654-2232 On Wednesday, Feb. 28, Janet Higgins and Keith Stine ranked first. 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