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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 30, 1973 THI LETHBRIDGl HERALD 3 Macleod RCMP museum claims world-wide fame FORT MACLEOD (Special A group of far sighted Fnrt Macleod citizens formed the Fort Macleod Historical Asso- ciation in 1957. Their object was to build a museum to honor the RCMP, the pioneers and the native people. Now, 1973, the ICOth anniver- Government invests in credit union CASTLEGAR, B.C. (CP) The British Columbia govern- ment has begun investing some of its money in credit unions for the first time, Premier Dave Barrett says. Mr. Barrett mentioned the Investments while stopping at a credit union here and ela- borated later for newsmen. The premier said the govern- ment last month invested be- tween and million with credit unions so they can ex- pand their money lending capabilities. The money came from the government's surplus cash reserve, which totals close to million. Mr. Barrett, on a tour of the province, said some of the money the government has in- vested with credit unions will be used to finance a project in Vancouver's east end. He did not elaborate. He said the investing was a change in policy" from the course followed by the previous Social Credit governm e n t, which did not have any deal- ings with credit unions, restrict- ing its business to the bank of B.C. and other federally-chart- j ered banks. sary of the founding of the North West Mounted Polios, the museum, a replica of the first fort in the west, has assets of over a quarter of a million dol- lars. The directors met recently for their annual meeting and were told that over guests toured the Museum in six months during 1972. It has won world-wide fame. PROGRESSIVE The reoort. given by retiring officer, Mrs. Muriel Ragan, indicated a colorful and progressive year. Each season since its inception, attendance has increased with the excep- tion if ?J70 when road construc- tion interfered. Events taking place in the museum last summer included church services and citizen's day. Both tourists and local peopls of all faiths attended tlie early morning church conduct- ed by the Rev. Ron Hunt. The inauguraul inspection of the newly-formed patrol drew people from across Southern Alberta. Inspecting officer was Lt. Col. Reed Ainscough of The patrol, eight youths I dressed in the NWMP uniform I of 1878, rode matched horses each morning and acted as guides in the compound. They were a great tourist attraction. The patrol will be used again during the 1973 season. The historical association hosted visitors at a reception before the Garrison Ball. The Macleod Cade' Corps held their annual inspection within the walls of the fort. FILMS Eastman Kodak spent two days filming the Museum and CBC tool; in'erior shot.; that were seen on a recent Tele- scope program, depicting the trek west in 1874. The association assisted the Centennial Socktv and the Town of Fort Maclsod with the float. The mounted patrol ac- companied the float to district paiades. The Alberta govern m e n t chose the bastian background for tha ca'endar picture. It shows a member of the RCMP and one of the Mounted Patrol with his horse. The Museum, built to honor the founders of the community has grown into Ihe town's most progressive and fruitful busi- ness venture. Miss Leong feted by friends at shower in Camiangay hall Museum aiming Historical officers appointed FORT MACLEOD Tha Fort Macleod Historical As- sociation elected a new slate of officers at their annual meet- ing held in the Anglican church hall. Heading the group, which owns and operates, the Fort Museum is Dr. John Walker. Other executive members are vice presidents John Davis, fi- nance; John Stevens, building; Muriel Ragan, museum, ar- chives and patrol; Charlie Reach, advertising; The directors are for one year: Andy Mackay, John Davis, Ted Larson and Karl Friesen. For two years; Albert Swinarton, A. A. Neddow, Arnold Moorey and John Walk- er. Elected to serve threa years sre Charlie Reach, Muriel Ra- gan, John Stevens, Paul Dersch, George Brown. Leighton Buck- well, MLA is government liai- son officer and director. Representatives; Andy Mac- kay, Chamber of Commerce; Sgt. Wilf Becker. RCMP; John Iowa of Fort Macleod; Mrs. Helen McDougall, native people; Tommy Band, RCMP Veterans Association. Larry CARMANGAY (HNS) A shower honoring Miss Sharon Leong, bride-elect of David Lee of'Calgary, was held recently in the United Church Hall. Seated at the bridal table with Sharon were her grand- mother, her mother, her sister iFaye, two of her University classmates and the groom's mother and sister from Cal- gary. A short program was enjoy- ed with Mrs. Lorraine Teskey as master ceremonies. Mrs. Emma Smith conduct- ed a group sing song, then played the piano while Cindy and Nancy Johnson sang a medley of songs. Mrs. Judy Hildreth conduct- ed a fun contest. Sandra Kryzanowski and Jackie Fraser presented the gifts to Sharon and the hostess- es served a tasty lunch. She had written her final exam that morning to complete her course as a computer scientist. D'ARCY RICKARD photo. A spring ride Lethbridge horsewoman Lana Eisenbarth rides her three year oid palomino Tinker in s field just south of the city to get in shape for a busy round of sum- mer horse shows. It costs Miss Eisenbnrth a month in winter and month during the summer to pasture her mount. extension KOKT MACLEOD (SpcclaH- Karl Macleod llisionca Association members were tok of plans for extended facilities when they met here recently. During the past season nit conditioning had been installer i in the RCMP Mu.'.eum, a fence i WPS constructed around the east lawn and the patro was initiated. Further improvements in- clude a new entrance. The pre- sent system of registering in the Kamouse House presents r traffic hazard. The entrance of- fice will be just inside the gate and the guests will be able t: tour the facilities at their lei- sure. New washrooms will be in- stalled and later in the season a new vehicle shed is contem- plated. This move will free the north wall of the compound for extended office and storage space. SCHOLARSHIP The Association has been giving a S200 scholarship to native student each year. The money will now bi given to the schools for extended lib- rary facilities. Membership is per year The card entitles the bearer to enter the Museum at no cost and gives them a vote at the annual mee'ing. Last year the memberships were slightly over 100. Officials feel the town resi- dents are interested in the mu- seum and are glad to identify with it, but give no reason for law memberships. MANY CABS There are more than million motor vehicles tered in Canada. seven regis- 50th wedding anniversary marked by Calgary couple CALGARY Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Oczkowski of Calgary celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary recently with a re- ception at the Glenbrook Com- munity Hall. They were married at Belle- More district vue, moving to Lundbreck in 1923 where they farmed until retiring to Calgary in 1957. They have six children. Mrs. John (Anna) Leskcsky of Lund- breck, Charlie of Duncan. B.C., Mrs. Anthony (Wanda) Sumin- ski, Stan, Mrs. Jack (Mary) Chalmers and Frank of Cal- gary. They have 24 grandchil- dren and three great grandchil- dren. King 5s secretary-manager. j QJJ page 15 In acceDtine the leadership. I 1- O In accepting the leadership. Dr. Walker admonished the! executive to get on with the expansion of facilities. FINAL DAY I DEADLINE HERE! STAY OUT OF TROUBLE SAVE TIME AND WORRY let ftOCIC Prepare Your Petitions received for paving COALDALE (HNS) Res- idents in two areas of town are anxious to have paved streets. Two Detitions were received at a recent meeting of council. Councillor Abe Ens. chair- man of the public works de- partment, noted the pavement priority program includes Ihe area of the 21st Avc. petition but not the Ave. petition. Fight erosion on Willoiv Creek banks Chunks cf old concrete sidewolks and torn up building foundations ore being used to fight erosion near the Claresholm town water FOR ANHYDROUS AMMONIA NITROGEN 0 FERTILIZER CALL LUCO YOUR ESSO AGENT LETHBWDGE PH. 327-3535 INCOME TAX H R BLOCK'S service eccuraJe and dependable... lETIMS the cost is low. Save yourself needlra time end worry. See BIOCK today. '-J..T euMAHTtts____ ______ i we guerontce eccurete wepmtion cf everjr UK return. If we nuke any errore fto cost rou peneHi or m- CO. 815 3rd AVC. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M. 9 PAH. WEEKDAYS, 9-5 SAT. PH. 337-3712 OffN SATUftOAT MO APPOINTMfHT NfCESSART Taxpayers meet May 1 at Coalhurst OOALJfURST Th" Ovafliwrjl Taxpayers" will fooW a general Tuesday. May" 3. a' S p TTI in the Coatirom Hiph audiloriioi. from Uw govem- mcnt, Coraty 26, Ihc JWCTS associalkm and an engineer of the office of J. C. NoufcW and Associates Dd. will he present lo answer any qncjtions to the Dial a trip If you want to head for places like Hawaii or Inc. Swiss ski our Phonc-a- Loan Service Jo arranec for a life HiMired loan to pay for your holiday, JuM call wd we can take care of the details the phone. Jf. on thr other hand, you've col other plans rn mind, lilc a new car or a down payment OH a home or coiJacc. make you call us about ihenj. too. We want lo help you in every can. In fact, Canada Trust has been hcJpinp Canadians over 1OO "We hccan "way back in 3S64, three bcfoie Confederation! RcrncmHrr, jou phurxr, "we foan. that com emenU is cm the question