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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutwlay, Apiil 7, 1970 IKE 1ETHWIDOE MRAID 3 Tymburtki Pholo. GOOD CITIZENS Coaldole Rotory Club Adventure in Citizenship participants, Uft lo right, Patricia Oshiro, Phil Molkas, Donna Murray, Ed Media and Gayle Tsu'iiura, gave a talk on Ihe subject Communication. Also taken into consideration were the standings of the competitors. This information was compiled by Harold Huht- rods, school principal. Miss receive a trip to Ottawa to attend the annual Adventure in Citizenship conducted by Rotary Club of Ottawa from May 11 to 14. Water Capacity Increase Is Planned At Stirling STIRLING (HNS) Decision was made at the annual village meeting that.the Stirling filter plant's capacity will be in- creased. The cost will be met by an increase in water rates. Mayor C. M. Hirsche con- ducted the meeting with -33 ratepayers in attendance. Various reports were beard, intruding a report hy councillor Lorenzo Herget on the RJdge- view Lodge.- Secretary Neil Webster presented the auditor's fimncul statement and the sec- retary's report. Councillor L. J. Btaelerts dis- cussed weed control measures for the area with discussion on dogs and the problems they are presenting in the village. Other reports included the li- brary board report by Alfred Zaugg, the hospital report by Clinton Hardy and the health unit and mayor's report by Mayor Hirsche. In other business, members discussed the water system and roads, and consideration being given to the possibility of oiling the main streets. Finan- cial costs will have to studied. 130 Attend STIRLING (HNS) The nual honored guests' party va held here. Guests were up and brought to the ball by members of the conveyance committee. Over 130 gues were served supper with man former residents returning tor the occasion. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well-baby :linic during April. PINCHER CKEEK: Wed nesday, April 8, 'health unit of- ice, to a.m. smd :30 to p.m. BLAIR MORE: Thursday, April 9, health unit office, o a.m. and to p.m. H1LLCREST: Friday, .April 10, credit union office to a.m. BELUiVUE: Friday, April 10, town hall, to p.m STAVELY: Monday, April 13 home economics room, to p.m. COLEMAN: .Tuesday, April 14, Miner's hall, to a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wedoes- nesday, April 13, health unit of fice, to a.m. and p.m. CLARESHOLM: T h u r s day April 16, elementary school to p.m PINCHER CREEK: Friday April 17, health unit office, to a.m. to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday April 21, health unit office, to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, April M high school lunchroom, to p.m. INVEST SCOUTS Joining the world-wide brother- Raymond H. Sheen, group commitleD chairman; Seoul- hood of scouting are Third Tobcr Troop beginners, left master David Bennell; Assistant Scoutmaster Derek Jen- 10 right, Ronald Jensen, David Russell, Tage Hansen, Brian sen and Hollands assistant district commissioner Chris Valgardwn, Michael Hansen, George Bisselt, Jay Haslom, Rodgers. -Ross Gibb Photo Keith Jensen and Douglas Foulkes. Back row, from Ml: Indian Art Exhibition Scheduled For Pinchcr PINCHER CREEK (Special) Gerald Tailfeathers, a well- known srtist from the Bleed Indian Reserve, and Everell Scop, cartoonist for the Kainai News and The Native People publications will display a large array of their works at the All Indian Art Exhibition to be held in Pincher Creek's MD building Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Categories of displays include paintings, drawings and sketch- es, cartoons, photography of Indian subjects, 'beadwqrk, leather work, wood caning, and needlework. There will be a bead work demonstration by some of the women of the Peigan Reserve. Some of the displays and art work may be purchased. Mrs. Rosalyn Crowshoe and Peter Cresswell arc ia charge of the entries. This exlEbiGon is open to all native people and it is hoped that they will submit their entries early. The public is welcome to at- tend this ir.leresitcg and in- formative cveiit on Indian cul- ture. HAS MANY USES In the Orient bamboo provides food, shelter, medicine, fumi- lurc, farm implements, musical instruments, baskets, buckets, rafts, nets and paper. For The Finest Form or Commercial Buildings Curling Rinks Arenas Roof Trusses and laminated Beams For FREE ESTIMATES Phon. 327-8022. or Write P.O. Box 113, IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Out today; the most unusual magazine ever published. It's about the supernatural About you and the great web of beliefs, ideas, superstitions, hopes, and terrors which has gathered round this elusive subject. It's called Man, Myth Magic. Week by week it builds into the most authoritative documentation of the supernatural you have ever seen. Don't miss the first issue. Out today at newsstands everywhere. 75C each. ;