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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Roundup of District News t. tu- Bruins win COALDALE (HNS) Anoth- er season of floor and ice hock- ey for the pee wee hockey league in the south county of Lethbridge area is under way. The opening game at St. Jo- seph's School saw the Bruins take a hard-fought game from the Canucks 9-7. Red Wings edged Maple Leafs 8-7. Canucks defeated Black Hawks 16-5. Arts, crafts COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Arts and Crafts club will meet at p.m. Monday, Nov. SILVER Diane Karen Svoboda, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda of Frank, has won two silver medals in music. Miss Svoboda received lop marks in the province of Al- berta in Toronto Conserva- tory of Music grade two classical guitar and first class honors in Mount Royal College grade seven percus- sion. Miss Svoboda is now studying at the University of Calgary. 27, at the home of Mrs. GusUv Fiedler of Coaldale. The Christinas party is plan- ned for Thursday, Dec. 7, at the home of Mrs. Ida Wiens. A pot- luck lunch will be served. Quilt tickets are available from any member or at the Coaldale Robinson Stores where the quilt is on display. Wins degree NEW DAYTON (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cronkhite were in Edmonton recently when Mrs. Cronkhite received her degree of bachelor of education from the University of Alberta. Also attending were her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Deane R. Gundlock of Lethbridge and sis- ter, Mrs. James McAIb'ster of Edmonton. Honor couple NEW DAYTON (HNS) A wedding dance was held recent ly to honor Mr. and Mrs. John Kaupp (nee Roberta DePratu whose marriage took place re cently at Calgary. A crowd was on hand to wisl them happiness. Music was supplied by the Southern Playboys. Accepts. job IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Miss Pat Boras, RN, eldesl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wai ter V. Boras, a member of the 1972 graduating class of St. Mi- chael's Hospital, has acceptet a position on the staff of the Kingston General Hospital al Kingston, Out. UMWA local 7292 represented at parley SPARWOOD (HNS) Ezner DeAnna, Robert Swaney and Len Bourne were delegates to the 17th annual convention of the British Columbia Federa- tion of Labor at Vancouver. There were about 650 del- egates present. The Spanvood group was rep- resenting the UMWA local 7292. The convention dealt with 150 resolutions which embraced un- employment, workmen's com- pensation, international affairs, taxation, pollution, wildlife and c o n s e r v ation, human rights, women's rights, education, housing and health. Of particular interest to' this area were resolutions on work- men's compensation, asking for a change in the workmen's com- pensation act to permit a claim- ant to have full access to his file and also a revision of the act in order that black lung will be given the same treat- ment as in the United Kingdom and some states in the U.S. where claimants are given Workmen's Compensation if they have 15 or more years in the coal industry. Another resolution receiving vigorous debate was one asking the B.C. government .to set up i committee to investigate "inferior construction" ofr.-nete houses at Spanvood.: The resolution on wildlife anc conservation was dealt with at length. All resolutions submitted by the UMWA local 7292 were passed and will be included in the presentation's by the va- rious committees when they ap- pear b e f o r e the B.C. govern- ment in the spring of 1973. Dave Barrett, premier o! B.C., and W. King, minister ol labor for B.C., stressed the im portance of organized labor "il the economy of B.C. is to serve the needs of its people." This was the first time a min- ister of Later or premier have addressed a convention. Fire wipes out Vredegoor operation turkeys die in blaze SHAUGHNESSY Martin Vredegoor family of Shaughnessy suffered a severe loss recently when fire le- stroyed a 100 by 72 foot turkey coop and three-day-old baby turkeys. In addition, they lost two Second death at Cranbrook CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- Catherine Ellen Brown, 16, died recently at Cranbrook hospital where she was transferred about 2 a.m. the same day from Cranbrook St. near North 4th St. She was reported to have been involved in a collision with a northbound car when she was running across the street. The car was said to be op- erated by Randolph Everett Dewar, 20, also of Cranbrook. Miss Brown was the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown, 1513 Six A St. S., and she was a secondary school student. Dr. Laird Wyllie, coroner, has ordered an inquest. This is the second teenage car fatality in Cranbrook in the past 10 days. There is a Difference! I THE MICKEY ALLEN SUIT IS Different! The 'Mickey Allen" suit definitely enhance a man's image! Canadian sportsmen enjoy its dis- tinctive tailoring and comfort, es- pecially favoured by sports and news broadcasters. 100% pure wool or wool and fortrel blend. '120.. '150 ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL 331 5th STREET S. PHONE 327-2620 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. automatic feeders, 11 brooders, five automatic fans, numerous water drinkers and other small- er equipment. The cause of the fire was un- determined. The Vredegoors are grateful to the Picture Butte Fire De- partment for its prompt arrival on the scene as firefighters pre- vented the fire from spreading to other buildings and feed stacks. They also appreciate the help given by neighbors. A special "thank you" to all, says Martin Vredegoor. 'House Talk' shows how to live n RAYMOND (HNS) "House a drama produced by the Taylor Stake Mutual Improve- ment Association of the LDS Church with John Low of the young men and Beth Zemp, president of the young women, was held here recently. Stake Gibb directed the "large cast'iiv the two evening presentation. The production had a lesson for today's living, to create a bond between parents and youth. The character Voice from the House was taken by John Wol- ;cy. His voice, with almost per- fect articulation, was a delight to the large audience both eve- nings. Stake board members assist- ing with tlie production were music director Velma Redd and Kay Williams; lighting and set director Robert Brandlcy and Russell N i 1 s s o n; costumes, Irene Miller and June Fawns; and prompter Mary Jane Cop- pietcrs. Make-up was handled by Eva Pcngilly, Philippa Mecks, Ha- zel Fearn, Zclda Woolley and Eldora Jensen. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABtlSHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th t. Mwiw 317-1I41 Minor hockey iii full COALDALE (HNS) Minor hockey teams and leagues for the 1972-73 in the south county of Lethbridge area have been organized by the southern re- gional recreation board. Only enough boys to form one team have registered in the midget division, 15 and 16 years of age. It is the Blades. Coach is Doug Gossen. Assistant is John Braun. Two teams will play in the Bantam division, 13 and 14 years. The Bruins will be coached by E. P. (Sonny) Mil- ler. Maple Leafs need a coach. Milgets and bantams in-this, area will probably play itiva: league outside the south county: area. Pee wees have Gli boys ages 10, 11 and 12. Coaches Bruins, Doug Blac'k1 Hawks, Roy Gage; Canucks, Frank Tracer; Maple Leafs, Elwin Miller and Red Wings, Gary Seebeck. Ice is available at the Coal- dale outdoor rink. Pee Wee league is floor hock- ey, to be played at tlje schb'ols7; games have ulgiL. for the StNJoseph's, SuttByW side and Readymade Thurwloy, November 23, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 BACK SPORTPLEX Kichard Colley, left, pres- ident of the Coaldale Kins, men Club, presents to Mayor A. F. Blakie for the Coaldale Sportsplex building fund. Kinsmen, through va- rious club and community fund-raising events, have a fine record of donations to the Sportsplex fund. This nt o t recent contribution brings the total amount given by the club lo They first gave then committed them- selves lo give another They gave of this about a year ago and the present The plan is to donate an additional Martha Krampl honored by 35 women SBAUGHNESSY (HNS) About 35 women from Sha'ugh- hessy and surrounding districts- attended a bridal shower held on behalf of. Miss Martha Krampl of Diamond City at the Shaughncssy school auditorium recently. The head table was decorated with pink and white streamers. An .hour. of. bingo was enjoyed Miss in Opening her gifts by her three; sisters, Mr. Mary Brau, Mrs. Linda Fleishauer and Vicky. many useful ar- Lunch was provided by rela- tives and friends and served by her friends, Cornelia and Helen 'Jannie Wolak, Marion and "LifidcL. Vredegoor, Debbie and Sandra Mrazek, Monica Kerber, Ingrid Weiss, Pat Hud- son, Rosemary Kipnik and Deb- bie Piro. A special "thank you" was ex- tended to everyone who attend- ed and who helped in any way. Canadian Western opens "'new office (HNS) Cana- dian recently opened a hr'Cardston. The new office, located at 86 2nd Ave. West, was renovated under the direction of Jim Jempsoiv'.ipf -the' Calgary car- Customers in the Cardston area will be able to conduct most of their gas company busi- ness from the new premises. Jesse Smith is agent and Curt Garner, assistant. Christmas Is Colors Enjoy the Splendor of a colorful Christmas Season give your home this magnificent Westinghouse Color TV set. WESTINGHOUSE 26 INCH ROCKWOOD MODEL COLOR TV Our lowest priced big screen 26 Inch Console with: High brightness picture tube Full console cabinet in walnut finish will blend wiih any furniture style and decor. Automatic color system Auto fine tuning Instant on Astrogard Solid State Circuit Transformer powered chassis delivers volts picture power Deep etched copper circuits 5 year warranty Plan with all parts, labour, trans- portation at no cost first year. Manu. Sugg. List Price CAPITOL'S CHRISTMAS BUYER'S- SPECIAL, ONLY............... 599 is the time to splurge on gifts for the home! Give Mom the Gift of Time P Westinghouse Dishwasher e She'll cherish this time and labor saving appliance for years to cornel DELUXE 600 SERIES-2 SPEED WESTINGHOUSE DISHWASHER Offers you a wide range of cycles, true 2 speed opera- tion, big 15-place selling capacity, tho ease of front loading and random load racks. 6 push button-operated cycles. Cook mixed load cycles. 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