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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Februery 13, 1975 Bills affecting provincial workers to be reviewed EDMONTON (CP) The formation of a study group to review legislation concerning provincial employees was an- nounced in the Alberta legislature Wednesday by Labor Minister Bert Hohol. The group, consisting of two government representatives and two members of the Civil Service Association of Alber- ta, will also make recommen- dations regarding "a system of labor relations which is in the best interest of provincial employees and the citizens of Alberta." Dr. Hohol told the legislature the government "realizes that the legislation has been developed piecemeal and we agree that a com- prehensive review is necessary." Bil Broad, president of the CSA, said in an interview Wednesday he hoped the recommendations could be brought before the legislature by next spring. He said the group would ex- amine the Alberta Labor Act. Never a dull mome TERMS 1975MONTEGO V8, power steering, power brakes, vinyl roof, radio, deluxe wheel covers, block healer, and opera windows. STOCK NO. 5364 138 par month Free Miles] Not including maintenance and insurance. Two year lease plan tnulrillluw .likes Hi tu LEASING SALES LTD. 1718 3rd Avenue South Phone 329-0333 Macleod family homeless following night fire A family of six, south of Fort Macleod, was left homeless Wednesday night when the house they were renting burned to the ground after a hot water heater burst into flames. Gerald Van Gool, 45, his wife Joan, and their four sons, Stanley, 6, Michael, 11, Ed- mund, 17, and John, 19, were living in a home owned by Robert Welsh, Mr. Van Cool's employer. Fort Macleod volunteer firemen received the call about 8 p.m. and by the time they arrived at the scene, 20 miles south of Fort Macleod on the Blue Trail, the house was engulfed in flames. Len Tilbe, captain of the volunteer fire department, OLDEST RESIDENT MOSCOW. (AP) Mejid Agayev, oldest citizen in an Azerbaijan village that numbers among its inhabitants 54 persons more than 100 years old, recently celebrated his 140th birthday, the Soviet news agency Tass reported. said there wasn't much the firemen could do except keep the fire from spreading. "When we got there flames were coming through most of the Mr. Tilbe said, "the truck carried only 800 gallons of water and the dug-out at the home was frozen." He added that no one was in- jured in the fire, but all that is left of the cinder brick house is "four walls." The house was insured but apparently the contents were not. One es- timate of damage was put at more than Firemen were at the scene until p.m. when the fire finally was put out. Robert Welsh, owner of Black Acre Farms, said the Van Gool family is staying at- the Welsh home. BIRDIE SCHMITT SALES HEP Birdie was very active in solving real estate problems in January, She and her team mates at the Action Agency ask you to support your community Rehabilitation Society by contributing to "Ability Fund" to aide the disabled. We support the community and we act to solve all insurance, mortgage and real estate problems. Call Bir- die or any member of the action team at 329-3331. Petition signed in blood After cutting his finger with a razor blade, Deputy Nguyen Van Binh, left, lets blood drip into a bowl with the help of another opposition member. The blood was used to sign a petition calling on the U.S. government to end all support for South Viet- nam President Nguyen Van Thieu. Deputy Iran Van Tuyen, centre, head of the Social People's bloc, holds his finger after signing the petition. Sears Off bracelets and charms! What a beautiful way to remember your special valentine. Glowing 10K gold and sterling silver charms and bracelets make lasting gifts she'll be proud to wear. And right now you can save V3 and still surprise her in time for Valentine's Day. Sterling silver bracelets, Reg. to now to gold bracelets, Reg. to now to Sterling silver charms, Reg. to now to gold'charms, Reg. to how to -Simpsons-Sears Ltd- Enjoy it now! your All Purpow Account. At Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee. Sotlefectlon or money refunded. Store Hours; Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 Blink saves 'dead' patient MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Doctors said William Wino- grond showed no brain activ- ity and was clinically dead after being rushed to the hos- pital after a heart attack. But hours later, a blink of an eye showed he was living. Winogrond, 46, an adminis- trator at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, suf- fered a heart attack Monday and when he reached hospital he was not breathing. Doctors and nurses restored his heart and breathing with mechanical assistance, but a test of his brain showed no ac- tivity. Iris Winogrond was told that her husband was clinical- ly dead. Mrs. Winogrond signed pa- pers authorizing donation of her husband's kidneys and eyes and went home. More than 12 hours after the attack, the doctor tell her that her husband was alive. Bridge results Ladles Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. Feb. 5 I. Gladys Redfern, Muriel Barrow 2. Peg McCann, Nellie McNabb; 3. Mary Wobick, Audrey Ruddell. llamiltun Wed. Evening D.B.C. Feb. 5 N.S. I. M. J. Grant, Willa Waters; 2 David Miron, Dan Jurisich; 3. Del and Jean Lowenberg. E.W. l. Eileen Lynagh. Pat Monaghan; 2. J. E. Anderson, Ross Miron; 3. Mary Wobick. Bill Daniel. Novice Game Feb. 5 I. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ward; 2. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McllrOy; 3. Neil McDonald, Mabel Harris. Thursday Night D.B.C. Feb. 6 N.S. 1. Muriel Barrow, Pauline McLean: 2. MikeGrisak, George San- ta; George and Charlie Roberts. E.W. 1. 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