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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASHl WATCH FOR NEW REDUCED AIR FARES WITHIN CANADA "COMING SOON" ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The LctWmdge Herald SECOND SECTION Allieila, .Saturday, August 5, Wi f'AGKS 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLOG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 'Do you hovo a spare pair of glaisel for SoNday Tuesday Westbridge is council subject Final recommendations from sjgns for l'J show home.s In the the Wcstlmdge project team "t-W area, for development west of the _, li.e city a commitment, in the city manager's opinion, la the bridge in Hit: next years. Council lias accepted the Tuesday. Willi approval of the rccorn- ler.dations, the will be el for (he initial sale of bc- vecn 5'( and 100 lots in the ew subdivision in September, j namc which lias been applied to tho sulxlivision by the project team. The will begin at 7 HOME SWEET HOME And as sun slowly sinks bcliind iho hills cind mountains, the pnopie know lhal darkness soon cover ihe earth. But ihcn their homes, IIS S which are silhouelled against ihe sunset sky, are clob at hand. The teepees ore not year-round homes, ho ever. They art sot up on the Blood reserve on sacre own -Bill Groenen Photo land, east of Standoff. The canvas len.s are the homes for iho Indiana as Jliey prepare for celebralions of (lie Sun Donee during ihe coming ire, retii My CATHir: ItHTI llcrrjlrl Sluff Writer Tho Indians of southern Alberta nri1 trying lo retain (he Indum religion which in the past heen very pow- erful, says Hlood reserve resi- dent i i a r r y 1'lumc, a nu'rnbor of the Horn Socinly, the most secret ,-ilf confed- eracy The most important religions CLIFF BLACK, Certified Donlol Machnnh BLACK DENTAL LAB Lownr Laval MEDICAL DENIAL BLDG. PHONE 1 Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lh Street Soulh Phono 328-666! NOW OPEN Govern licensed Repairs lo Rariioi, Tdevision and Tnoo Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO ceremony of tho Horn Kocricly is Ihc; Sun Dr.ncc, whuse cere- monies will be taking place durinr; most of next The dance loday is nioix- tr.v dilional than spiritual. And the religion itself is dyintf wit slow- ly. The old chiefs art; afraid that in a few generations Urn lilarkfoot wmi'l even ho .spoken longer. H (j o v c i, (lie ceremony means something .special, par- ticularly lo tlic older Indians, Included in the cei'cnionies are chants, the use of the medicine whistles, fasting ;ind .Some of the religious back- ground involves UK: three rules in the heavens: Hit: Morning Slar, Ihe Moon, and the Cre- ator, by the sun. Once, far back in history, ihn Morning Star took u young girl frcrn the card] into the heavens tn he his wife. He gave her the freedom of the heavens ns her hcune, and forbade only one PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6lh SI. S and 15HA 9ih Avo.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour snrvico -Expcrl loilorino blockinc) -SuctJo arid Iccillicr processing -Perfect drapery tiding: to np ihe turnip Hint war, in the garden. The girl, however, dup up the ono dsy. She used a dig- ging sliek, which is still u.sccl a symbol at the cer- emonies. The, turnip had n large liolo through the middle, t h r o u g h which stie could see her pco- pfti on earth a Sun IJrinee. Kho extremely sad, ant! longed to go back tn her 0 v; n tribe, so the Creator 1 nl Air Condiliomntj Phone 327-5816 REGULAR TUESDAY AUCTION SALE Aug. 8 p.m. Watch Tuesday's Herald For Complete Listing of Items AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. n at fi p.m. Included will bo junior pecu'ee classes, and ;i junior novice trimming com- pel itinn. In the second event, hoys up to Ihe age of Hi will he shearing a sheep. Cater, there will ho a novelty class, Ihe Indies' hnlter leading class. Ladies will he in outfits iind lending n sheep, and will he judged on Ihe appearance of the outfit they Eire ;as well us Ihe sheep they are A special prize of a wnol sheep rug has been donated by Iric Magrnth Woollen Mills for this event. On Aug. 12 the snlc starts :it 10 with commercial ewes selling first. In the nClminnii, registered rain.s will be sold. Lunch will be available ;it I h e exhibition grounds, spe- cializing in lamb dishes. Tho event is being put on by (lie livestock division of Ibt- Lc'.hbridge Kxhibilion H o n r d Animals will be coining from all purls of Alberta awl Brit- ish Columbia. Break-down There are if> cilie.s, NX! (owns, Hi? villages, 110 conn- ties, ]fl municipal districts, 2-S improvement (list rids, (hreo .special areas and -15 Indian re- serves iti A Iberia. When they did this, .she said, tlit: Creator would hear every they asked of t'.'.m. Today, t h e medicine pine Is still an important, symbol for t fie cere ni onie.s, L ml t h is is in eluded in a bundle each society has e o ti t n i n i n g traditional items used Tor the Sun Dance. Mr. Plume said unfortunate incidents have happened to the Indians on account of mis- using the and tran.slei ring it tn non-Indians. Government bodies and mu- seums have been trying to col- lect some of the material ob- jects that are a part of the In- dian heritage, said Mr. Plume and when they have been suc- cessful, unpleasant fate awaiLs both I n d i a n s and non-In- dians involved, lie said that one particular medicine pipe had been in Lhc Bkickfoot tribe for more years antl it had very much religious significance. However, government offi citil.s had asked the man v.'hi it to sell it to them, am allcr much persuasion, he du: and for a considerable atnoun of money. After ho hntJ sold the pipe he stricken with an illnes apt1 he could no longer speak if he Iricd lo, he'd only be abl to make a muttering noise, A bit Infer, one of his leg WES cul off in an accident. Am shortly after, he died, Two Indian men who had wi' his selling of the pipe and told him they thought was all right, also died withi a short period of time. Mr. Plume said tin's is ev rteiice that the Indian religio has a powerful an will continue to be if only can be preserved. City Manager Tom Nutting aid in a letter to council this umber of tots is more finan- ially feasible to market than :ie 3SO lots recommended by n Alberta Housing Corpora- ion study. The initial devclop- nent will also serve to test the narket, Mr. Nulling said. One recommendation of the iroject team deals with an esti- naled cily expenditure. I claries for the rest of this for two new staff mem- icrs, a landscape architect and le-sign draftsman, would ac- count (or about if the positions arc filled. Council will make that decision. The remaininf! money a toward arcliitcctural de- p.m. in council chambers and is open to the public. damage in Agenda released Friday A rare thing happened Fri- day. The city council agenda for Tuesday's meeLing available to the press. It was unusual because for the past several years, Ihe press and thus the public were not allowed lo look at what business council had planned until the day of the meeting. An amendment to council's procedural bylaw has changed all thai. You now know Saturday what city council will doing Monday. Bus passes out Tuesday City liall will Ijcgin renewing bus passes for senior citizens [or ihe next year on Tuesday. The passes uill be available to pensioners in the city clerk's office, main floor, city hall. Last year, passes were issued. City police report one ear ac- cident and tv.'o early morning b r e a k-ins are being inves- tigated. No injuries and about damage resulted from a colli- sion of a car srith a parked car in the 1800 htock of 8th Ave. N. shortly after midnight i Friday. t Police identified the driver i as Robert Legge, 337 16th St. .V The parked car was report- ed owned by Fred Uwazny of 1828 9th Ave. N. City police constables walk- ing their beats discovered break-ins to Allied Equipment. Ltd., 1200 2nd Ave. B N. and Aneca Construction Ltd., 249 I2lh St. N. early this morning. Nothing was reported missing at either business. gilt. If you thought July's weather a hit hideous, you were prnbaMy ritfbt. Figures released by Ilic Leth- brkfRc weather station show Ihe cily's for ,fuly (in.i! (ipftrees, with n reading of fljl antl a low of I IMit cornpnroci with oilier Al- poinl.s, didn't do loo badly: Calvary's aver- v.-jis Kdrnonlon's 59 j and Urd Deer's M.S. The j Hal, of course, averaged i llu- wasn't nice The es of Tho there city iinri honr.s o[ inc in .July, ami inch- rain. summary docs contain good n c w s, however: completely no .snow- LESSONS (By The Hour) Phone 327-1241 ABC DRIVING ACADEMY PLANNING There arc seven regional planning commissions in Al- berta, covering lift <-eni of (lie area ant! cent of Ihe populalirm nf I ho province. WINDOW COOLERS BTU BTU BTU LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE AIR CONDITIONING CENTRE OF THE SOUTH 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 DR. D. J. STEED, DR. R. SELK, and DR. J. G. STRONG announco DR L. M. EVANS, DENTIST will join their proclice til Ihcir new localion at Family Medical Dental Centre 2931 20lh Avo. S. Phcne 328-2316 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLfNIC DENIAL MECHANIC Schwartz Blrfg. 222 Slh SI. 5. Phone 328-4095 NIGHT CRAWLERS DEW WORMS EARTHWORMS IN YOUR LAWN? Get CHLORDANE SPRAY CONCENTRATE Available In 8 ox. and 40 01, bottles. KEEP THEM UNDER CONTROL Calf Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN WENDY WEENSTRA Bride of PAUL GRAVELAND Saturday, August 1972 Watch for the two ch for the FT ATVMv MO Big Ones! LA I U N O AUGUST COAT SALE and TRAVELLING FUR PROMOTION Coming Next Week ;