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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, July 28, 1972 THE LETHftRIDGI HERALD SHOWS HOW IT'S DONE Olympic champion Elaine Tanner gives advice and instruction lo Taber Swim Club members a1 the community pool. She is currently appear- ing of many Canadian centres on a Sporfs Canada lour. Miss Tanner receives a gift of appreciation from Don Dececco, chairman of the Crowsnest Pass recreation 'board, following an excellent demonslration of swimming in the 'Pass's new pool at Blairmore. More than 200 persons witnessed the fine display of swimming. Miss Tanner an- swered questions on swimming and signed many auto- graphs. Phoios Marching band welcomed by Mayor Filigree Tanner MAGHATH (HNS) The Magralh Cardston Marching Band with victories at Edmon- ton's Klondike Days, was wel- comed home with a midnight reception at the intersection of Highway 62. Fireworks blazed, sirens screamed and beacons flashed as two school buses of band members were kidnapped and transferred to a horse-drawn wagon for the leaders and pick- up trucks for marchers. The [ire engine and 100 honk- Ing vehicles escorted Hunter's Hundred to the Elementary School Gymnasium for a grand home-coming celebration. Reunion of '44 dancers re- linquished the floor to placard bearers and boosters of The Best All-Round Band and The Best Military Band at Edmon- ton. Band members were seated In a circle as Mayor Pingree Tanner welcomed them home and expressed appreciation for their accomplislimenl as the band in several competi- tions. MOBILE HOME PRICED TO CLEAR M'x68' 3 Bedroom MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-1986 Fairfield ball team plays Aug. MILK RIVER (HNS) The Can-Am baseball team played a double header against the Fairfield team at Shelby re- cently, winning the first game behind the pitching of Stickles by coming from behind in the seventh inning. The second game saw Fair- field win 7-5 in a game high- lighted by some wild occur- rences. Saga was the loser although pitching well. For a welcome change both players enjoyed summer wea- ther for the day. Fairfield will be playing in Milk River on Bonanza Day, Aug. 7, and spectators should be treated to some fine base- ball. Council stalls oil sewer lor iiorlh area COALDALE (HNS) Town council evidently had a good reason for delaying its decision on Ihe water and sewer pro- ject proposed for the north area of town. All members of council were not present recently, Iherefore it was felt the mailer should be deferred. The meeling of Aug. 23 could be Ihe earliest possi- ble date for a decision. George King, water and sew- er supervisor, will also be con- sulted before the final decision is made. He has indicated the town water and sewer department could undertake the project. When an earlier tender call was made the town did submit a bid. Another tender call may be made. The extension project is esti- mated to cost about About will be borne Irom Ihe general levy and the remaining by northside resi- dents only. The levy will be at least per frontage foot for 20 years on northside property-owners. Need chief TABER (HNS) The Town of Taber will be withoul a fire chief afler Monday, July 31. The position will be vacated by A. Jay Edwards whose res- ignation was accepted "with regret" by the town council. A letter of appreciation for his years of service as chief of Ihe volunteer fire brig- ade will be forwarded by the council. Bluff Mountain gets TV signal COU2MAN (CNP Allempls by Major John Hol- yk, councillor Ted Kryczka of Coleman, and Milan Balog of Frank lei locale a good recep- tion area for the installation of a CFCN-TV satellite for the 'Pass have been fruitful. Bluff mountain, reports Ron Nordquist C'FCN-TV engineer ras tested as a site and find- ings disclosed strong signals. Council ajid the television station have hopes the satellite will be installed this fall. Council has applied for a capital assistance grant of from the department of culture, youth and recreation for work on the Coleman arena. Charllon and Hill have been hired to do the repair work lo the arena roof at a cost of Balance of the cost above the grant will be paid1 out of the town general revenue. A letter has been sent to Wil- liam Yurko, minister of the de- partment of. environment, ad- vising him that council was met by a delegation of Coleman citi- zens complaining about the dust from the Coleman Collieries lipple. They would appreciate prompt attention on the matter. It was indicated that prior com- plaints en the matter had re- ceived no attention. Three bylaws were Introduc- ed for the purpose of making a grant to the Coleman Com- munity Library; lo increase garbage collection fees from Jl to SI .50 per month and to au- thorize the assessor to use the current year's assessment for the following year. Council came to the aid of brigade members who attend hose coupling competitions as entry fees and other costs have increased. Council approved plans for the new Credit Union Building to be erected east of the Satel- lite Cafe on the north side ot Highway 3. The area is also to be rezoned from highway com- mercial to retail commercial. Further discussion was held on Calgary Power rates. Mayor John Holyk will bring the town's new counter proposal to the power company to get its views. Calgary Power was re- questing a 35 per cent increase in rates which council did not approve. In other council business il was learned thai 85 per cent of town taxes have already been collected. Council will advertise in loca papers for a name tor the town's subdivision. A prize will be awarded to the person submitting the winning name. Magratli High School class of '44 gathers MAGHATH (HNS) A re- union of Magratli High School students in the class of 1944 began with a turkey and ham banquet. It was held in the United Church Hall. Mrs. Leola Ben- nett Christensen of Calgary welcomed everyone. "Dearie, Do You Rembem- an original musical read- ing was performed by Mrs. Ruth Bingham Nalder o[ Ray- mond, accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy Tanner Neilson of Portland, Ore Mrs. Christen- sen sang a medley of old favor- ites. Many hilarious episodes were remembered and match- ed by teachers H. C. Poulsen, B. W. Dow. Walter Brown, Grant Woollcy, Victor Bohnct, J. Hamilton, Cal Merkley, Flo- rence Morris and Emily String- ham. The group then moved lo lire elementary school gymnasium for dancing. Decorated in a theme "Down Memory Lane" by Mrs. Lillian Karen Baldry. Mrs. Ruth Anderson Knight oi Lethbridge and Mrs. Maxine Dudley Bridge of Raymond, the hall resounded with gaiety as class pictures, sports events and individual photos were viwed. A section devoted to present families of former stu- denLs brought all up to date. Guests wore name tags bul the intervening years causec such comments as: "Who's thai in the gay pant or "Wei if it "Isn't this the or "Imagine seeing you here." The public was invited to join in dancing lo the Raymond Ca- nadians Orchestra and a home- coming celebration for the Ma- grath-Cardston Marching Band. PLAYGROUND DEVELOPING The creative playground area being built in Blair- more, adjacent lo the west side of ihe swimming pool, is making good progress. It is sponsored by the federal government under the Opportunilies for Youth program. Four more creative playgrounds ore scheduled for construction this year, at Frank, Bellevue, Hillcrest and east Coleman and 18 young people working under the supervision of Maureen Longworlh and Monica Ullman are involved. Decoux Pholo Home of fine Brazier foodr DELUXE BRAZIER BURGER AND MILK SHAKE tw NORTH STORE ONLY! NORTH STORE LOCATION ONLY! Taxes paid in advance at Nobleford NOBLEFOflD (Special) To date a lolal of has been received on prepaid property taxes. There is still a three per cent. discount to be earned on prop- erty taxes paid prior Aug. 31. Council granted two more building permits. H. Bennink reported on pro- p-ess of the curb, gutter and driveway program. He staled everything is completed with the exception of one driveway and this would be finished as soon as Alberta Government Telephones had completed ca- ble in that area. The use of water conumics lo climb with gallons u.-Hil during June against 1 7M gallons used riurinp .lunc, Iflil. The village slandpipc col- lerlprl during I ho nionlh. Chillis No. I and No. 2 lor (he homeowner's las discount havn been mailed lo Edmonton in I he nmounts ot and The council has sel aside 000 tor recreation. The tennis club has asked for npsislancc for the ropavinp of Ihe playing surface. Council has offered Mini for every dollar Iho Icnnis club puts up, council will match it with MONTH-END n CLEARANCE LADIES' PERMA PRESS BLOUSES SHORTS COTTON SLACKS HOT PANTS DENIM SHORTS BABY DOLL COTTON PYJAMAS WESTERN SLACKS DRESSES SANDALS COTTON HOT PANT BIKINI PYJAMAS PONCHOS NYLON PANT-TOPS COTTON KNIT DRESSES COTTON COTTON SLACKS ARNEL DRESSES HOT PANT SUITS 100% POLYESTER PANT SUIT CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SHIFT DRESSES SIZES 4-6X. INFANTS' STRAW HATS .50 NYLON JACKETS CHILDREN'S T-SHIRTS. S, 4-6x BOYS' NYLON SLACKS CHILDREN'S BIBBED HOT PANTS GIRLS' DRESSES. Sizes 4-6x. GIRLS' 100% POLYESTER KNIT SLACKS FLAIR BLOUSES CHILDREN'S PANT NYLON JACKETS GIRLS' PANT TOP PANT TOP GIRLS' PANT TOP GIRLS' 100% POLYESTER GIRLS' 100% COTTON DRESS SHIRTS, CLEARANCE MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS PLASTIC DECANTER .37 AIR MATTRESS ___ VINYL WADING POOL STYROFOAM COOLERS_______ 3-PIECE BAR-B-Q SET WOODEN COOKIE or FLOUR BOX 1-07. SKEIN WOOL 4 for BABY AND CHILD CARE ENCYCLOPEDIA 4 for NORTH-RITE BALL POINT PENS PACKAGE of 2 for .88 USE YOUR WOOLWORTH, WOOLCO OR CHARGEX CARDS Glass Tumblers 3 .88 SHORT SLEEVE MEN'S SHIRTS 4 PLAYER BADMINTON SET WOODEN BREAD BOX CERAMIC CUPS 4 for SILVERWARE ASSORTMENT..... J9 CLEARANCE JEWELLERY 4 for ;