Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sulunloy, April 1, 1972 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERAID MARK ANNIVERSARY Colemon Order of the Royal Purpie Lodge marked its 25lh anniversary at a recent social evening. Charier, 25-year and 1 5-year members were pre- sented with pins. Seated, from left: 25-year charier mem- bers Caroline Holyk, Mildred Zak, Violet Wavrecan, Nora Firefigliting pact? Goulding, Catherine Cornett, Isabel Spievak and Edie Nelson. Standing, from lefh Anne Bodisch, honored royal lady; 15-year member Celine Ford; 25-year charter mem- bers Mildred Killoran and Helene Shields; 25-year member Rose Moore; 25-year charter members Balbina Malan- chuk, Pauline Vosek, Irene Co roe; 15-year members Marie Skinner end Pauline Lukacik; 25-year member Josephine Kulig; and Jean LeGrondeur, Connie Michel- sky and Bill Gate. Decoux Photo COALDALE (UN'S) Tha Town of Coaldale recently re- ceived from IViO IiClhbridgo Comity 2G a proposed agree- ment for fire services between the two municipalities. Councillor William Martens of the fire department was as- signed to have the department study the proposed agreement and return to council wilSi rec- ommendations. oounly wished tri provide fire protection services for its residents. The Coaldale volun- teer fire brigade Is lo provide Ibis service. The county proposed It would pay year for the vol- unteer lire department from 1972 to as a five-year agreement; and another per year a.s honorarium for the fire chief for the five-year pe- riod. For storage of fire equipment and aneillinry services the pro- posed amounts were: 1972, Ofifl; 1973. 1971, and (a SCO annual W MOVING LTD, Phone 327-3911 For oil your moving and storage needs, call the experts at L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" University of Lethbridge Requires For the 1972 Summer Sessions Summer Session I May 8th June 9th Summer Session I! 3rd July Summer Session III July 26 Aug. 18 If you have any type of accomodation available during these periods, please call the housing office at 329-2584 or 329-2585 between a.m. and p.m. Monday through Friday. District doings Acquitted CRANBROOK Charged at Golden with rape July 17, 1971, of a 16-year-old Golden girl, Golden brothers Eugene Ernest Kostiuk and Ciarcnce Harry Kostiuk were accjii-Ucd by a at Spring A.SSIZC session of (lie B.C. Su- preme Court here. Defending lawyer was Pal- rick Dohm of Kamioops, and crown case was conducted by ,K. C. Hislop. Mr. Justice Victor Dryer pre- sided at ilio hearing. Watches money FORT M A C LEOD (Special) the town's annual meet- ing Mayor George Bvtzunlfi promised to keep close watch over the money. Councillor Philip Hodnett ex- plained advantages of n re- gional recreation area. Fort Macleod is the only town in the Willow Creek MD not in a larger area. Recreation costs the taxpay- er MHi mills. The regional area would bring in another rural people, their tax increase would be ore mill, but added provincial grants would benefit everyone. Poverty lunch FORT MACLEOD (Special) Ths poverty luncheon orig- inally slated for March 28 will now be held in Uie Knights of Columbus Hall here at a later dale. Donations are lo go to world emergency relief. Not this year COALDALE (HNS) Water and sewer lines to north Coal- dale residences will not be in- stalled in 1972. Tile reason: high costs. It was estimated frontage rates would be from ?2 to and possibly even more. Councillor Earl Foxall said (here are enough building sites in the other sections of town to last for the next two or three years, The cost estimated to the pro- ject is about Music, drama, painting kepi alive at Raymond By maw WOOLF Herald Service RAYMOND Senior citizens here were entertained at a program for men and women who have built the town. A full course dinner was serv- ed at noon. The guests were seated at long tables arranged through the main hall of the Culture Centre. Mrs. Alan Hcggie was master of ceremonies for a variety pro- gram. Mrs. TIcggie pleased her au- dience of more than 300 people by recalling events from the past when the town was young. She brought back memories of town personalities and events; some with a note of humor; and many which told o! people who gave their ser- vice willingly for community growth. Mrs. Hcggie traced (lie cul- ture of the town by telling of music, drama and will of pioneer people to keep the fine arts of life ever with them. Afternoon dancing involved oldtime dances as well as mod- ern steps. Meets Tuesday COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, in the Mrs. Hattie Hciiinger, 92 years young, and her brother, Denny Walton, 90, were the old- est. Murray Holt, chairman of the semor citizens committee, pre- sented the couple with a box ot candy. Mayor Robert Graham made a presentation to Raymond's oldest resident, George Szpen- dyk, 105, of a leather chair from tlie business people of Raymond and other friends. I MANY PASSENGERS j Cairo's international airport I receives about 1.5-million pas- j sengers a year. STRESS- YOUR HERRI'S DEADLIEST ENEMY? Fatty foods, smoking, lack of can cause heart disease. But tliere'.s a far greater enemy: body's involuntary reactions to today's demanding life. 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