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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 iETHBtilDOf HERALD Thursday, December 9, 1971 MISSION FROM MADRID Isabel Peronr third of f liJta D wavfitoachfprmq rro cr i Purno1- A rcc Arq nl na A r1- Peroi r c be id living in f f J ic. ni n n lo unit; the i j lucl 01 in fni movement. Ambulance to be provided bv Befhirau and liis mates The half of which the pro- ject and half of which is award- ed a> a prize. FORT MACLKOD Speak- ing to the Centennial Singers iind an ecumenical congrega- tion in SI. Andrew's Presbyter- ian Church, Rev. Gordon Wil- liams, an Indian, asked: "What is it like to be like me? "This is a problem common lo me and to you; to my people and to your people. How do we, as individuals, look on a differ- ent Mr. Williams, moderator of Uie Calgary-Macleod Presby- tery for the Presbyterian I Church is minister of Riverside Church at Medicine Hat. lie is the only ordained Presbyterian minister who is an Indian. With his guitar singing hymns, he told his audience ibout some of the hardships he faced io gel. an education. When locking for a room while attending college he told he couldn't have it be- cause Hit; landlady's dog didn't like Indians. On another occa- sion he was informed the land- lady's children were allergic to Indians. "If you prls are broken out j in a rash in the morning, you'll knew you are allergic to me." In the early days Indians were accepted if they endorsed the faith of tho white mail, "but j for a hundred years my people have been pushed under the carpet." To help his people, he and his wife are going to be tra- velling across the country to study Indian problems. He plans to write a book on the identify of the Indian. "T hope my people can regain to Indians zen. One of (he objectives of my book will be to stimulate differences and j understanding and action both dignity, We must cul- "My people arc the accusing shadims in the hall of justice in inv cmmlry. Does this mean, we. ;h" Indians of Canada must haun! the fringes of Canadian SOCH.-IV in search of an ave- nue lhat will provide a source of identity? my people identify in (.he Canadian society will de- k'niiini.' the role we play in tho futiiiv. In order to be accepted, it v.ill require a posilive re- sponse by each Canadian citi- committee formed COALDALE (HNS) A Cot.ji'ale and district recreation committee was recently estab- lished by the Lethbridgc county southern regional recreation board. It will a ct as an advisory body to tin; regional recreation board. Appointed to serve were: Dean Cofoll and Henry Kroek- er, one-year terms; Doug Campbell and Mrs. Robert Harrison, two-year terms: Ar- nold Bodie and Mrs. Frank Lwwen. three-year terms; and Mrs. Abe (Elizabeth) Ens, board representative. A! EATON'S Christmas Comes To Life 'l vavemn Travelling Diamond Sale! Your chance to purchase a magnificent diamond right now for him or her contin- ues until Saturday, December 18th. Engagement Rinq: 14 let. yellow gold w'l" 13 Itt. hite oold ton or oil 18 kt. white aold set with .Otic: full eu! diamond. Special 75.0O Matching VYcdding Ring: Engagement Ring: 1 4 yellow gold with 18 kf. white gold top or aN 13 t-f. white gold set with .13cT full-cut centre riia- each shoulder. Matching Wedding Ring: Set wjlh threg diamonds. Special 48.75 Engagement Ring: 14 kt. yellow gold with IB Id. while lop or oil 18 kt. white gold set with J3ct centre diamond and 10 diamondt. Special 150.00 Matching Wedding Ring: Set wilh 8 diamonds. 75.00 Engagement Ring: 14 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white top solitaire set with an .18ct full-cut dia- mond. Special 150.00 Matching Wedding Ring: Special 18.75 Engagement Ring: 1-1 kt. yellow gold with 18 kt. white top or all 18 kt. white- gold .nlitaire 187.50 Matching Wedding Ringi S'jt witn icur dicinicnrir.. Spncia! .....50.64 Engagement Ring: Port of a "T r io" Set Wido beautifully engraved fjnqemont ring in 14 kt, yellow gold with 18 kl. white gold heed or all 1 8 ki. white gold set a ,24ct ctritre diamond. Special 225.00 Matching Wedding Ring: Special ......21.CO Matching Man's Wedding Band: Special 27.39 Engagement Ring: 18 kt. oil white or 14 kt. yeilow wilh 18 kt. white go'd lop set a ,33ct centre dia- mond and one marquise- shaped diamond on each shoulder. Special 375.00 Malehing Wedding Ring: Set with two full cul round diamonds and two marquise.1 shaped dia- monds. Special 140.64 Engaejomnnt Rinoj: 1 l-t. nil whim qolH or I kt. qrJrt with 18 wt'it.- vt W.IP, n 562.50 Matching Band: Set with four 71.25 225.0O Matching Wsdding Ring: Sot with one riinmond. Special 31.89 Thrco-stone diamond ring Threp-Slonn Diamond Ring Sapphire Diamond Din- In M kl. y.llow qold with in H kt. yellow gold with ner All IS kl. wliito 1.1 If. qold top or 18 kl. white qold 'lop or oil sold wilh a Dluo nil IB kt. 18 kt. qnlcl !O, with will, .Oin 1 l> r i-r. .Met diamonds diamond. 112.50 Special 262.50 1S7.50 Other Diamond and Dinner Rings to........3750 00 Men's Diamond Rings 12.50 225 00 Jcwollory, Main floor BUY UNE 328-8811 SHOP EATON'S TONIGHT UNTIL 9 AND FRIDAY 9 'TIL 9. from the Indian people and also Canadian society as a whole." During the evening the Cen- tennial Singers sang the mod- ern hymn "Joy is tike the They joined Mr. Wil- liams in several other modern hymns. Mrs. rail- heads auxiliary COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. James Farr was recently elect- ed president of the Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary. Others elected: Mrs. Mike Ratycky. vice-president; Mrs. David Boschman, secretary; Mrs. David Goertzen, trea- surer. Committees: tuck cart Mrs. Abram Pauls, Mre. David Gocrtzen and Mrs. Voelskc; tray favors Mrs. Batycky, assisted by Mrs. Jake Neu- feldt; scrapbock, Mrs. Henry Unrau; sewing and showcase, Mrs. Peter Ttegier. Fog halts shipping in seaway MONTKKAL (CP) Dense fog has virtually halted shipping in the St. Lawrence .seaway at a time when vessels arc trying to escape winter ice in the chan- nel. In areas along the system where there are large expanses of water, fog has extremely dense since the be- ginning of (he week. .More than 50 vessel.1; have been forced to drop anchor as a result of Ihc slow movement of I traffic, most of them near bet's Point where the seaway enters Lake Ontario. Thiriy-nine vessels "Wednes- day were reported still above the Canal, on the west- ern side of Lake Ontario. Only six vessels have entered tiic seaway since the beginning of December. Town office busy at noon WINTER WORK HEGINA (CP) A special winter works progranr for recreational development of semi-wilderness or previously undeveloped areas is under way in Saskatchewan. The program designed to diversify out- door facilities available to the public, particularly for those in- dividuals who want only a mini- mum of development while ex- periencing the natural environ- ment. PINCI1KR CREEK (Special) a month's trial period of office hours of a.rr. to p.m. at the town office, council approved carrying the .schedule on a permanent ba- sis. Terry Lyon, secretary-treas- urer, the new hours ac- commodated 20 to 25 people each week d u r i n a the noon hour, A letter from the municipal district council, approved areas of land for annexation, but not area one, (the Charclte sub- division K Council was unan- imous in iis decision to go [or annexation of the said proper- ties. A letter from the JUPE No. 927 was read. Contract negotia- tions will be opened. The pre- vious contract was for one year. Correspondence from the kin- dergarten was received regard- ing the lleadslart program. Considerable discussion ensued. As Headstart is only one as- pect of preventive social ser- vices, the councillors opposed a motion by Councillor Haigh on Ibe basis cf it stipulating the number of children allowed to lake part in the program. A new motion for the Town of Pincher Creek to take part in the preventative social ser- vices was passed. Councillor Haigh opposed. In a letter, G. Stewart asked to have Charlotte St. made a through street. As it is already a through street, council will erect yield signs on all ave- nues going into Charlotte St. The grants to the library have been increased from 35 to 75 cents and the municipal district has contributed thus put- ting it in a firmer financial po- siljon. Marvin Bates attended coun- cil a letter and plan from the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission for tho proposed sub division of his property on the north hill. Mr. Bates wishes to sell sites for permanent trailer homes and also establish an over-night trailer park. The cemetery committee will look into the purchasing of addi- tional property for the enlarg- ing of the cemetery. Mayor Ames brought up the introduction of a special front- age charge for next year. This would be started to establish a reserve for the replacement water mains and would work out to about per year for a CO-foot lot. 'Hie council wi 11 give some thought to this and it will be brought up in the new year. The municipal inspector's re- port was read. NEW SUBWAY LINE PARIS (Renter) A new ex- press underground railway line has gone into operation in Paris, linking the Arc de Triomphe and the opera in cen- tral Paris with a non-stop serv- ice. The service complements the old Metro and is part of an express network that will event- ually bring most of the outer suburbs within a few travel of the city. -EATON'S comes to life Slumber by Cozy Carefree Pyjamas Personalized With Your Child's Initials Without Charge! That's right! You can monogram your child's Initials without charge on these Buster Brown sleepers of 100% premium cotton. Night after night they'll keep their comfort- able fit around wrists, neck and ankles. Wash after wash em they'll keep their neat shape and crisp colours. Solid colours Jfm if 3 of Pink, Blue, Red, Yellow wilh matching stripes. Sizes 2 to 8, each Monograming Initials Without Charge. Children's Wear, Main Floor BUY LINE 328-3811 Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9. and Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m. USE YOUR EATON BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT ;