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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta jjg _ THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, March 21, 1973 District News In Bri Shopping centre question to be faced at meeting COLEMAN {CNP Bureau) or not the Town of will give the green light to the develop- ment of a shopping centre will be up to ratepayers at the annual meeting. If council is given the go- ahead from citizens, council will go ahead with a survey and other plans necessary for the centre. LDS players take show on road MAGRATH (HNS) Improvement Association of the Taylor Stake of the LDS Church presented a lively eve- ning of plays here and at Ray- mond and Stirling recently. More than 200 young people were involved in the produc- tions. Beauties and the Beast fea- tured actors from the Raymond Third Ward. Of lime and Clocks was the Raymond First Ward's presen- tation. Raymond Second Ward en acted The Saga of Rip Van Winkle. Stirling's contribution was an original play by Nita Hogen son, Happiness Is Bern' Thank ful for Whatcha' Got. Raymond Fourth Ward show ed a home evening with Pres ident Brigham Young's family Magrath a r U s depicted comedy, Hairsville. It interest Is not "shown at the annual meeting a special meeting will lie called. Councillor William Skura questioned the feasibility of getting a developer to build apartments north of the Cred- it Union BuiMing complex. This matter will receive council's consideration. Correspon dence from member of Parliament Joe Clarke, regarding assistance grants for the Town of Coleman, advised council to contact R. Pushkarenko, manager of Central Mort- gage and Housing Corp., Lcthbridge, and also W. D. Isbister, assistant deputy minister of municipal affairs. Ace Foundation of Calgary advised the local school board has approved the Al- berta Caravan Exhibits to be set up at the Horace Allen School grounds March 29 and 30. Exhibits will be open from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3 p.m. and from to p.m. Nets will be installed at the tennis court by April 1. May was designated as "Clean-up Month" and ejti- zens are urged to take ad- vantage of services provided by the town in (his program. Crib hand is perfect MAGRATH (HNS) Er- vin Harris held a perfect crib hand recently. While playing with his brother, Rollo, he dealt him three fives and the Jack of hearts. Rollo cut the cards and turned up the five of hearts, giving him a perfect hand. The brothers have enjoyed crib nearly every day for 20 years but this is the first perfect hand they've achieved. Eight women open meeting with a mass NEW DAYTON (HNS) The March meeting of the Catholic Women's League was held at the home of Mrs. August Kaupp with eight members present. Rev. O'Reilly opened the meeting with a mass. Mrs. Clara Kaupp and Mrs. Cletus Kaupp reported they at- tended the recent regional workshop at Warner. Formerly the priest attended meetings as a consultant; he will now be termed chaplain. Mrs. Clara Kaupp was ap- pointed delegate to the dioce- san convention to be held at Banff, April 13 to 15. Everyone is invited to view the film on abortion at 8 p.m. April 1 at Raymond. There will be no meeting in April. The May meeting will be at Mrs. Clara Kaupp's res- idence. Drama workshops held by Pocket Lane Players BLAIRMORB (CNP Bit reau) Teachers of the Crowsnest Pass school divi- sion, sponsored, via their pro- fessional development com- mittee, a number of student- teacher creative drama ses- sions at the Isabelle Sellon School here recently. Conducting the workshops was the seven-member Pock- et Lane Players of Calgary. They worked with the stu- dents from Grade 4 through 10, with students participat- ing in drama productions. Interested teachers devoted the evening to a three-hour session of spontaneous, cre- ative speech, and movement activities. The workshop was made possible through the financial assistance of the board oE trustees. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bu- reau) The Blainnore Cath- olic Women's League has an- nounced the group will again plans lied Cross drive canvass the town during March for funds in aid of the Red Cross. The CWL has set the figure of tor this year's quota. Wbye-bye high priced ELECTROmONIC total z f T And the price coversv all this: V Stereo tape, phono, sound at a phenomenal price. The 4-speed BSR record changer comes with tinted dust cover. The radio plays mono and FM stereo. And the twin speakers mounted in matching enclosures sound pure and sweet. Plus special bonus valuer one 8-track stereo tape, L one stereoLPrecord, one set stereo headphones, ;TA I Hurry! Limited P _ !GOLOR, SAVE Our OKU Qiinfflv COLOR CONSOLE TVs teller's Own Bradford 19" COLOR TABLE MODEL J< O MONTHLY FOR 35 MONTHS Plus Final Payment of MONTHLY FOR MONTHS JL'lf Plus Final Payment of 3.33 Proud father Mike Reno shares the fun of winning with his son Steven Reno, of the Coteman Fish and Game Association's moose honors. Mr. Reno holds the Celkis Building and Supplies trophy. nfa Located in Zeller's Shopping Centre on Mayor Magroth Drive Open daily 9 a.m. 6 p.m.j Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;