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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Claresholm team wins provincial C honor Whitecourt Midgets went down to defeat at the hands of these Claresholm hockey players in the provincial midget C champion ship tourney. The score was 16-4. Back row, from left, coach Bob McKee, Glen Weisensel, Gordon Atkins, John McKee, Rick Pen- ner, Kevin Pole, Doug Kemery and Bobby Lynn. Front. Grcr.t Kirkland, Darrel Norby, Brian Senft, Tommy Hansen, Bryan Massam and Miles Weatherhead. Missing, Larry MacDonald. Peace and Development Kathy Haz wins essay prize Monday, April 30, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 COALDALE (HNS) Kathy Baz of the Coaldafo district re- cently won first prize in the essay contest sponsored by the Catholic Women's League of the Calgary diocese. She received for her out- standing essay of 500 words on Peace and Development in Other Countries. It dealt particularly with un- derdeveloped countries. The presentation was made at the annual CWL convention of the Calgary diocese held at Banff recently. Kathy won the first place In the junior high division. There vrere a total of 74 entries. Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haz of Coal- dale. She is a Grade 8 student at St. Joseph's School. The essay was read by Kathy at the CWL convention in Banff. It will also be presented at the St. Ambrose Church CWL banquet to be held next month. Mrs. John Van Dyk, president of the local CWL, was also pres- ent at the convention. Members are very proud of the laurels received by Kathy. Sewer, ivater plebiscite Thursday COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cil learned rtcently the north Coaldale water and sewer ex- tension is proceeding well. Debenture borrowing for this Is about Water and sewer lines have also been extended in the Hand- foy subdivision on the west end of town. Trailer sites and .several oth- er subdivisions will also be ser- viced as soon as possible. Council noted tie cost of wa- ter installation from the prop- erty line to the house is from to per foot. The cost of plastic piping is less expensive than copper lines. m Scouting CA. Weekes Coaldale hall keys handed over COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hall, property and assets recently were turned over to the town. All money derived from these holdings will go towards the Sportsplex or another hall. The hall was officially closed, being unsafe fcr public gather- ings, July 1, 1972. The structure was built by a group of community minded pioneers of town and district in Scouting columnist C. A. (Rocky) Weeks is touring Europe. This dispatch comes from The Netherlands. We were picked up by a niece who took us to her home near Hummelo. It was a farm home converted to the needs of a family no longer connected with agriculture. It lies off from the village with sugar beet and bean fields around and is reached by a rather bumpy lane. The house is quite modernized with run- ning water, sewer and electric- ity. It is heated by gas and is equipped with telephone and television. Nearby is a more modem style of castle built in Italian style at about IMS. Apparently there was an older one of more traditional design but a heavy bombardment wiped this off in the Second World War. Only the cellars remain. All around are beautiful woods with early spring flowers dotting the for- est floor in profusion. We had the opportunity to visit a one-roomed kindergar- ten type of school. It was de- lightful with its huge picture windows and utilitarian furni- tare that stacked. Outdoors was a pood-sized play area with an all-weather hardtop surface. This school provided a noon meal for the little folk. The Barents coerate pies a place of honor at the) Canadian Park. In the evening we went with my brother-in-law and his wife to the Hotel De Graatsehap where we observed the usual Dutch amenities by having a few driuks together. One be- comes accustomed to hearing the Dutch language every- where. The radio and pro- grams are very good. Occasion- ally an English newscast is heard. Television programs have few or no commercials. Good music predominates al- though western songs in Eng- lish are popular. One notes that in the store windows there are no artificial blossoms, only j flowering bulbs or shrubs. Ev-1 eryone, from chi'dren up. are j pun ctiHously polite, especially to Canadians. The morning dawned early with overcast sky. We were up and breakfasted in time to be in church at The church was large and ccol. One did not remove outer clothing. The ser- mon, "in Dutch, was centred on a- Palm Sunday theme. The psalms and hynrns were sung to a rich organ accompaniment that served to enhance the feel- ing of worship. After lunch we were whisked back to ITummclo for their tra- ditional Easter Parade of the children. Each child had a small wand at the top of which featured evergreen branch- car pool to deliver the chil- es, wistaria v.nth blcs- dren to the surrounding farms soms and special Easter breads near the _ village. Incidentally a jn the shapes of wreaths and lit- tle chickens. Small bags of chocolate eggs __ vrere much in evidence tco. Led The usual spring weather i by the villaee band at least 109 prevails here cloud, sprink-1 children marched around ths village in Holland is much larger than its Canadian coun- terpart. les of rain, sunshine. We moved by swift motor car to the near- by town of Doetinhem to visit er.tire viDage in joyous proces-, sion. The route was often link-' ed with spectator. j Back in Boctinchrm we pass-' Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) with a brother-in-law. En route we stopped a while to watch a ed the evening in the comW boys' soccer tnafch in which a pf an old acouaintance of years nephew was playing. ago. now livirs in Zvin' This is a large town with That is where St. Philip Sidney beautiful homes, parks and an received his mortal wound impressive business section. This town was liberated in 1945 by the Manitoba Dragoons with their Staghoonds equipped with 17-poiaxiers. Ttoe resistance by the enemy was strong and much devastation resulted. This has all been erased but the me- mory Canadian liberation lingers. A Canadian tank occu- Good hunting, ali! against the Spanish in the time ot Eiizabtth 1 of England. Few people over here fcnewr of him until we made them aware of OJs incident in Iheir own his- tory. We fly to Edinburgh from Amsterdam tomorrow. You will hear from us again. MBWfe.1.. sssaBsa fS f fits, f ff' J i i V You've turned the clocks we've turned prices back, way back. So you'll see enough daylight to buy the car of your dreams! You only have to look at i these great savings to know 1 where generosity lives. i And lets the sunshine in. 1973 COURIER Gold in color, 1800 ce en- gine, 4 speed transmission, 70 amp battery, 600x14 tires, 3910 GVW, rear bum- per. Retail 2783.80 SALE Down Payment Monthly Payment 76.94 3116A 1973 COMET GT 302 V8 motor, auto, trans., radio, bucket seats. Dark green metallic with light green interior. 2183C 1972 DATSUN Red with black interior. 1200 cc motor, 4 speed trans., radio and tape player. 3236A 1972 PINTO SQUIRE STN. WAGON Ivy bronze metallic with beige houndstooth in- terior. 2000 cc motor, auto. trans., radio, low mileage C 2546A 1971 TOYOTA CORONA MARK I! STATION WAGON. 1900 cc motor, 4 speed, trans., radio. Red with black interior............. gjjj g Jf 3305A 1971 METEOR MONTCALM 351 V8 motor, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio, light green with green interior. 3002A 1971 MARQUIS BROUGHAM 4-DOOR PILLAR H.T. 429 V8, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio, auto, air cond., power windows. Medium ginger with ferown vinyl roof. 31 SOB 1966 MERCURY 4 door sedan, gold and white, with gold in- terior. V-8 motor, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio. 2277B 1965 MERCURY PARKLANE Black with red interior. V-8 motor, auto. trans., power steering and brakes, radio. 3269A 1969 PONTIAC 4 DOOR H.T- 2-DR. Electric blue, block In- terior, 2000 cc engine, 4 spd. transmission, electric rear dow defroster, 2 speed wip- ers, reclining bucket seats, bumper guards, lighter. Retail 2898.50 SALE Down Payment Monthly 80.04 3299A 1972 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. AAedium blue with dark V-8, auto, trans., power steering, power blue vinyl roof. 400 CID motor, auto, trans., brakes, radio, tape player, air cond. Black power steering and brakes, radio. One owner, with black vinyl rcof, bice interior. 5-DR. 2000 cc. Evergreen, ton interior. 4 speed manual transmission, p. brakes, elec- tric rear window defroster, frt. and rear bumper guards, bucket seals, lighter, styled steel wheels, woodtone in- strument Retail 3405 50 SAU...... FVB STORAGE TIME l FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP RESTYIING REUNING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING Down Payment Monthly 95.48 GP242 1969 FORD 2 DOOR HARDTOP, red with white roof, V-8 auto, trans., power steering, power brckss, radio, red vinyl interior. 2527B 1968 FORD CUSTOM 4 door sedan, V-8 motor, auto, trans., radio. Silver Blue with blue interior. 3165 A 1971 FIRENZA A door, red with red nylon f f 3170A 1967 METEOR RIDEAU 4 door sedan, V8 motor, auto, trons., power steering and brakes, radio. Aqua with light aqua interior. 3109A 1972 FORD F350 1 ton with box. 360 V8, 4 speed trans. 3278A 1970 CHEV TON V8 motor, 3 speed trans. White with beiga interior. 3361A 1970 FORD F600 Chassis and cab. 361 V8 motor. 5 speed trans. end 2 speed rear axle. Baby blue, 3141B INTERNATIONAL TON Brown with tarr interior, 6 cylinder standard........ e 2 1973 CORTINA _______ interior. 2000 cc. A speed transmission, electric rear defroster, 2 speed wip- i_ ers, recJining bucket seoSS, bumper guards, lighter. Retail SAIC Down Payment OO Monltty '80.04 The LETHBRID6E FURRIERS 514 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Phone 327-2209 ff I 5- 1718 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 ;