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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEHTBRIDGE KERAID TliumJay, Auousl 31, 1972 BRINKMANSHIP The sweeping, spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Cast in Mounl Royal is built on the brink of the coulees. Seen here is one of ihe two recreation rooms fronting a verdant courtyard on the Inwer floor. A mural of a medieval knight on horseback reaches across one entire wall, a rough black stone fireplace covers an el her, the floor surrouoding ihc red pallerned carpet is of black flagstone. Walls and ceiling ore padded red, white and black vinyl. Beautiful Lethbridge homes... MEDITERRANEAN MOTIF The gracious off-white and gold living room of Mr. and Mrs. Pete fiorino is seen through ihe delicately styled falack wrought-iron gatet leading from Ihe front the right of Mrs. Fiorino, double glass sliding doors lead into the back garden. W JTOUR of lethbridge's hand- somest homes and tha new Holiday Inn were open- ed for public viewing yesler- day afternoon as a gesture to Ihe John Howard Society. Many people joined tha house and garden tour, tak- ing time oul during the rounds to visit the provincial [ail where tea served in the auditorium, c o u r t e s y Warden L. J. Fisher and the staff at Ihe instilute. Money raised by ihe pro- ject will provide much- needed services for inmates and ex-prisoners, including assistance from a profession- al counsellor. Kei-ber photos TRADITIONAL ELEGANCE-Mrs. R, A. Jacobscn standj ready lo greet guests in Ihe foyer of her lovely old family home. Careful remodelling has preserved the rich, dark fumed oak woodwork, which Mrs. Jacobson highliorill through her off-white color scheme. CONTEMPORARY GRACE Viewed from the adjoin- ing half-bathroom, the master bedroom in the house residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. K. is on at- tractive picture. The decor is off-while, Ihe hand- some French provincial furniture finished in antique sand. Choirs are upholstered in soft green brocade, matching the lamp bases. The four-apartment three-storey town house complex is the property of Hans Bohnert. SIMPLISTIC DECOR Sophhiicoted styling blmdnrj with colorful com- spacioui swimming pool on Iho sncr-nd flonr lookr, oul onto a largo sun- forf is keynote of tho sleek, modern decor of thn Holiday Inn, The dock on aftrachvo viow Mayer Magralh Drive. THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES Mrs. Gwnn McCaffrey, Ml, and Mrs, Helen Morgan take n tea hroak in Iho auditor ium at Iho provincial jail, offer nn exhaus- tive tour of (ho homes and gardens on display. Handing out strawberry aliorlcako is cor- rectional officer William Voih. ;