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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 9.2 THE IE1HBKIDGC HERAID Thursday, April 13, 1972 RIGHT IN STYLE Whether ii be 187-i or 1974 Mudem-- ai Ofdr, CoMcyc are right in i'yle. Above, right, AM si ML" mi McC ill lough moderates the fashion show held by the sxhool of fashion and design along with an open house Miss Saicfra-Lec Swihart, above, lefl, wears n igo'-vn of priher century. Shown in dresses of mini and knee-lemjMj an- Miss Donnn Po'-vlesland and Miss Marion Krioke. PraspL-tlive sludenlb from the Fort Macleod area oltc uied, Swiharl Photo jjooil lime TIAYMOND Ladies s'iiiht nt I he Knymond Lions Chit) brought most of Hie club nomhiM's out with tlicir wives ml friends. Held at the Legion Memorial lull, ii dinner of prime! Alberta ccf was sowed after which all lopctlier the popular songs rom Hie Linus honk. Bill Creep ill Ihc piano ,iid Allen Will son was comluc- 01'. Wall nee was master of icrcmoLiics. Douglas Senic.t. was so- oisl and Emma Datil was ttie accompanist. Afler Hie prop rain dancing i'us enjoyed hy ;iH. Lnle in Uic evening chilt members had n iurprisc visit [coin Frank Kops >f liig Fork, Monl Mr. Kops is district governor of District 37-B of which Hie Raymond club is a member. built FOUT MACLEOD (Special The liglil housing situation lie-re will be enroll I lie next few weeks ttiere is anollicr influx of new residunls. Twenty single-dwelling, pri- vately-owiic-cl homes, are under construction. There are five low-income houses being cons true led hy Van Tol Conslvnclion. To qual- ity for this scheme the family income Is to be between and per year. Central Housing and Mort- gage Corporation then loans 95 per cent of the total, leaving a down payment of approximate- ly S750. The monthly payments vary, fls does the interest rate. The latter is from 51- to 3ri per cent. Payments must, not exceed 2o per cent of the salary. More houses will be1 bniti under this system if the purchasers are found. There have been live other lots sold in the Fame vicinity of U'rth Si. Basements are com- plete and Kainai houses nre LiL'ing moved in. There are six homes being constructed on the north side of town, the area the old hospital was recently torn down. There are two families mov- ing mobile homos on to lown fols and making them into per- manent homes. Five such lots with large mo- bile homes are occupied on Hie south side of town. The town has supplied them with gas, water and sewage and has built a joint storage shed for each two mobile homes, A town official said there arc si ill a few1 suites in homes being rented. There are a few homes vacant where the own- ers are either in hospital or liv- ing away. The population of (he town about remains fairly con- stant, although there is tonliiv ual change. More older citizens are living in the Pioneer Lodge or elsewhere and more young people are coming lo the area. HEART SUHGKHY ENCHANT (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pcrrin's liitlc son Lenny underwent, licarL sur- gory in the Holy Cross Hos- pilal, Calgary. He made a re mai'knble recovery nml soon hornc again. gic Piper music promises to enthrall Pincher people HNCEI_GH CREEK The .Magic Piper, an operetta in acts will presented hy Cth year students from Canyon School in Pincher Creek Thurs- ffiCDLBCS, day and Kritlay, April 20 and 21 at 8 p.m. Ninety students will Lake part in the production. Admission is for adults, 50 cents for students, and children with parents will be admitted free. Coleman to repair arena COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Improvements to the Coleman ice arena are coming. Estimated cost of repairs to (he roof, rewiring and ppinting is now being sought hy council. Councilman Jerome Rejnian hroughl Llie maUer lo council in order that the lown can ap- ply for a recreational granL A bylaw prohibiting smoking in Ihe arena will be drawn up and presented at HID next g. Tlie budget from the Crows- nest Pass recreation board was apain presented and defeated. Insurance on the arena will lie increased. With regard lo developments the lown, a bylaw was in- troduced for tbe closing of sev- eral lanes where the new shop- ping centre is lo he built. Date of the sod-turning cere- mony for llii? shopping centre will he announced. Vice-presidcnL of Coleman Credit Union Boh Wood re- quested co-operation of the lown to relieve a drainage prchlem at Ibe rear of the lots where Ihe Credit Union is plan- ning to build. lie also requested the area be rezoned as a commercial rone Applications for placing a trailer on a lot, building a ga- rage and several other im- provements was given Ihe green light. The town is interested in pur- View 2 films. F'-I uire for lea COALDALE (HNS) Two films on cancer in women were viewed at a recent meeting of (lie Coaldale Community Hospi- tal Women's Auxiliary. The films Cancer of the Cer- vie and Self Examination of Breasts were shown. Ahout 51) persons attended. Answering questions regard- ing cancer was Dr. Ian McFad- zen of Lhe ancer Clinic, bridge. The auxiliary dcicdcd to pur- chase 12 hot water bottles and make covers for them lor the hospital. These are needed. Tlie annual spring tea and will be held Wednesday, May 10, in (he. hospilal hoard- room. Sunbeam Sewing Circle plans tea, bazaar, sale COALDALE fllNS) The Sunbeam Sewing Circle of Ihe Mcnnontte Conference Church hole] a Mother and Daugh- Icr Tea, Bazaar and Bake Sale frnm 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 15 in the former Low's Pharmacy premises. T li c Cnnldnic Girls' Clnh will assisl. Proceeds will go lo Uic Sun- rise Ranch for ailnlL relar- dnlc.s here. chasing a new loader. It was fell llml Mith the development. of the new subdivision sched- uled this summer the old equip- ment would be inadequate. Sev- eral (inns are to be contacted. Salary and wages (or town employees arc still under nego- iat ions. Two litter "hears" are to be ordered and placed at suitable locations in town. It was disclosed that, somo sidewalk and road work woulc be done this season. RcporLs indicate that 30 peo- ple attended the annual rate payers' meeting. Mayor Holyk had taken over duties of chair- man and lown secretary-trea .surer Jnlm Kapalka acted as secretary. The Town of Coleman, (lie Coleman Light and Water Com pany and the Coleman N'atura Gas Company financial stale ment was presented and adopt ctl. Reports of (he chairman o finance, police and fire, publi works, building, sports, healtl and welfare and parks ant cemetery were heard. The numicipnl inspector's re port showed Ihal with the ex ceplion of several minor de tails the lown has been well administered and was in a goo( financial position. A vote of confidence wa: piven lo the mayor and council men. USK COALDALi; (HNS) There is no bylaw lo outlaw burning fiarhage on Mondays in thi town. Nevertheless Lown official ask people lo use discretion i Ihe matter. iavuioud Lions show IVCS APPOINTED TO BOARD Paul Zubick, superhfencfenl of schools For ihe Crowi- nesl Pass school division, hos been appoinicd (o the board of teacher education and1 certification. The Wand's Leading Intfernatipngl Beej For Black Label we blend and brew only the finest ingredients.. .with patience.. .willi care... to bring out all tlieir llavoiir. Then we give the brew more in our cool, quiet cellars so that Black Label slowly matures lo perfection. If you like a beer with flavour, try n Black Label ...enjoy I lie full flavour that is conquering ihirsts nil over the world. C.irling Black Label sold .mil enjoyed in over to countries around the globe. THE CARIING BREWERIES (AlBERTA) UMI1CD Right now we need premium trades Beny boys are anxious to deal Come in now! 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