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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, July 11, 1970 Ask Housing By STEVE IMC loan which the housing ap- Staff must pay off when 1 A man charged under the law by the crown later found not guilty by the court, should not be new homes and method of selection to d for legal fees he incurs by pleading not guilty unit row house is scheduled for completion on the which family gets t new homes is decided by t fighting the Indian Reserve this and council but the fam- Unfortunately, this is not so, and when the ending March 31, which shows the greates finds a man not guilty he is still confronted with of the reserve gets the first chance, 1 fees, which in many cases amount to more than fine imposed if he had pleaded Yellow Horn Jr., the homes will be basi- The crown should be responsible for the supervisor for the the same and all will be said five homes were bedroom with a floor debts in such by D. S. Greenfield of 956 square feet. There Ltd. of Edmonton a full basement besides the n n homes will be built by and dining area, with fa- I found two quite different views on the provided for a separate after talking with two southern Alberta houses are all the he said. In the first case, I was told a citizen is not floor plan which the homes in Brocket aip wronged by having to pay legal fees, and he should not squawk. The lawyer furthered his case by the construction by my crews who are building seven he up to the town pressure system and the h o m c s out on the reserve have wells. ing, the accused might have beat the charge have 12 men divided has been a good ar- of a legal technicality or through the sharp wits of crews, with one although two wells a house, one crew in the last few weeks The second lawyer and an official with the an old building turned up dry after dri berta Law Society, declined decision on the other crew building an past the 300 feet mark." saying he must give the pros and cons of such to the band administration Yellow Horn said the directly south of Brocl tion more Yellow Horn said the are situated above a gravity- from the demolished water system and can be be used to build up with very little trou- He did agree in part however, that an and the lot where the man should not be subjected to financial hardship once stood will soon said the six unit row hous- a result of a crime for which he was not new home on program has been contract- His other course of reasoning though hardly on the same plane; was, "should a man found guilty said the men work for an hourly wage and are paid by the by the same Edmonton firm and it will be built in Brocket "We wiil wait to sec how th a charge therefore be held responsible for fees order to finance a turns out and then bui the prosecuting lawyer and the defense the department of in the coming years i To some people, the added expense is affairs contributes are a good thing for the in keeping a clean record and clear name, but the band puts up he said. about the people who would like to do this but and work wages plan to use them for afford to from this total, which people so they will be Since the citizen is already paying the salaries of the police, judge and of the prosecuting lawyer by the band administration. He said the money from to medical help and for the employees at the administration office so they will be ready, does he not deserve some protection affairs is a grant but to work, especially in the the possibility of unfair from the band is a Teen Clefs At Japanese Food? It's Editor's Note: This is some Japanese dishes know exactly what Friday our day started o third of five reports had a problem using getting. After you've a "bang" when the flcal by senior members of We found that decision and got the stage blew up. To our relie: Lethbri d g e singing was much easier to relay it to the wasn't sabotage just too much The Teen Clefs, sent to roll them all the sit down and listen to air pressure. The show to The Herald from Expo the sticks and then of the pop-hits on as ususl despite this h') where the Clefs are at accident and the swelterin ing daily on Expo's the front of every too bad that (103 deg. restaurant are have the theme of Expo '70 is "Pro- plastic models of thfi savory Borsche and Harmony for Man- The Japanese food is truly an exotic highlight of anyone's on the menu. This way at the Russian These two propositions to present an incompatible t to but it is hopet In working up an appetite for [apanese foods remember that rour taste buds and stomach must be the judge. Don't this exposition will possibly be one step in the reconciliation of the two. The founders feel that the key rour eyes scare you away. Most it us don't exactly relish raw ish, but sashimi is a favorite Japanese For July this problem must lie in respect for life itself. Every human individual must be accorded consideration for his work Kabayaki, a dish a being possessed of life, anc roasted eels is considered a .Kainai Chieftainship of business and is also the basic ground for eacy. Of course SuMyaki Blood Indian Reserve into the organization and understanding o: Dtemational three Canadians from ceremonies July regardless of race, nation- Expo 70 is certainly the Michener, language, creed, and so- D find a variety of foods. General, standing. icrumptious Canadian hot dogs it the B.C. Pavilion to Lambert, chairman of the -board and president of impressive sympol area, the heart of Expo, is devoted to Russian soup. At our hotel they've done ev-srything in their power to Dominion Bank in Canada and T. C. (Todd) Haibeck, president of HaiCo central theme. Soaring high above the grand roof is the Tower of the Sun representing man- is feel at home by providing Western style breakfasts. Kergan, director of Ltd. in Lethbridge will be made honorary chiefs of challenging technology. Inside the tower is an exhibition ry morning the girls get up .arly and hungrily devour social services for the city, says the youth hostel Reserve by three medicine men selected by Chief the evaluation of man. On either sides stand two small- on, eggs, hot toast, yummy resh pineapple and fruit Lcthbridge that last month is operating at Both Sides and his council. Willy Eagle Plume, towers: one representing youth and the other motherhood. Jl for only 350 yen or about capacity Sr. and Bob hearts of the common ollar. When we first arrived 10 people are staying at the hostel each night, will present ceremonia head dresses to the Mr. can be understood in the estivals which have been held was starved, tired few more on the Mr. Lambert and Mr. hundreds of years. To a vis- [Omesick so the ordinary Lethbridge health a festival is interesting not logs we found at the B.C. Pa-ilion sure hit the spot. Some set the capacity of the hostel at outdoor ceremony is because it is novel but also t lets them peek into a corner is have been brave enough of the for 2 p.m. just south of the original Indian grounds the heart of the people. Each being handled through Mr. Kergan'c office until the with band councillor Stephen Fox acting master in the Festival Plaza there s a mammoth Japanese folk Council of DISPENSING officially incorporated. chieftain names night we saw one that "Where service under the the men by the chief hundreds of elaborate- serving has been approved; only are being held in costumed Geisha girls. Their 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE technicality remains to x cleared up, Mr. Kergan until the ceremony which will make the men and grace so typical of Orientals really, impressed is. For the Finale two hun- NOTICE of the Blood men with shaved heads >alanced tall and beautiful 1 IWb which are the sym- GALT HOME of the country side festivals. 319A 8th STREET SOUTH, highlight of our visit o far has been the Mary Hop- T concert. Her clear, refresh- Is singing delighted us. We felt eally "cool" when we got to For Jones .has been appointed CNIB field secretary for in the same small exclusive coffee shop as she and the other Re-opening Monday, July 27th 8 Alberta district. He succeeds Bill Brown who all the "Sweethearts" at ome. XXOOH! RARE FOODS PART OF FARE Frank Kanrad, pro- rare goodies, such as silkworms, tiger meat and bees priefor of the delicatessen downtown, slices one of dozens even hippopotamus meat, of vorielies of cheese. In the upper right are some of the Exotic Foods Suggest Varied Menu TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely Iho monu- ment to honor your loved ones. We will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS "Wo Have Beon Satisfying CuMomsri For Over 60 Years" 32! 8lh Si. S., Lelhbridgo Phone 327-3920 y MARGARET LUCKHURST Herald Staff Writer It you're tired of routine sum ler meals and would lik .omelhing a little more exciting lan ham and potato salad, wh; ot try a whole new menu" Start off with a plateful o ore d'oeuvrcs made up o liced snails, baby bees and tidbits of octopus >ckels and mussels and some llied eel. Then follow this up with a owl of Tyrolean liver dumplini up, or freshwater crayfisl up. An entree of reindeer meal alls whale meat, marinatec ushrooms, tossed salad will earned dill dressing would obably not be too filling. This could be topped off with light dessert of pineapple erne de menthe and a cup of spresso coffee. Perhaps this sounds a little 10 exotic. Then settle for a wl of chilled vichyssoise, a ght fondue with sauce, baba rhum arid jasmine tea. [n case these menus sounc e something from an after- n with the Galloping Gour- et, be assured that the items en'tioned are only a few of the any delicacies wild, weird and mderful to be found on the elves of the Epicure Delica- ssen in Lcthbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Konrad ened their gourmet shop at 5-6 St. S., last December, ey are Hungarian refugees o came to Canada after the rotation in 195R In Calgary where they first tied, they opened small icatessen which specialized imported foods. However, as Konrad said, "to get ahead as caseworker and employment ifficer in Calgary. Mr. Jones recently graduated rom the National Vocational bourse held in CNIB Toronto. le will be responsible for ex- tending CNIB services to all "Cgistered blind of southern Al- icrta. He is also responsible for organizing campaigns for funds hrough groups to provide these services. Mr. Jones is visually handi- capped and will be accom- panied by Jim Myers, his driver ind guide. FOR SALE BY OWNER PROPERTY DAMAGE Total property damage re- nlting from car accident.1; in he city of Lethbridge for the irst five months of 1970 amounted to Spacious family home with fireplace, family room, 4 bedrooms, ground floor utility room, on green slrip. View by appointment. What efferi? Phone 328-3004 in Calgary where the competi- tion is so great, one needs a lot of capital. It seemed logical to move to a centre where the com- petition was less so that things could be done on a smaller scale." Mrs. Konrad pointed" to the extensive display of cheese. "We carry cheese from 12 dif- ferent she said, "probably several hundred var- ieties. The Dutch people in the area are the biggest cheese eat- ers. Scandinavians 'come next, and seem to go for the goat cheese. Canadians are rather conser- vative in their taste, preferring Cheddar or roquefort, but they are becoming interested in ex- perimenting a little with far- out flavors like cheddar with rum curd, wine curd or wal- nuts." The Konrads import their delicassies from all over the world. Former Resident Dies In B.C. A former Lethbridge resident, Mrs. Frances Irene Nieholls, died earlier1 this month in Cres- ton. B.C. She was the wife of the late Thomas H. Nieholls. He died in 1959. Mrs. Nieholls was first mar- ried to John William Watkin. The couple lived in Lethbridge from 1920 until Air. Watkin's death in 1935. Mrs. Watkin con- tinued to reside in Lethbridge until 19J2 when she moved to Nelson, B.C. She married Mr. Nieholls there in 1945. "Canadians used to be meat and potatoes Mrs. Kon- rad said, "and while they will likely always have this prefer- ence for plain food, the increase in travel to European and East- em countries has awakened an interest in cooking with wine and spices other than salt and pepper." BUSINESS JOTTINGS Dale Neslon, former produc- tion manager of CJLH-TV Lethbridge, has been named program director of CBC's TV Winnipeg. Mr. Nelson joined the CBC as a TV producer in He is a native of High River. M. C. (Malt) Slavich, CLU, of Lethbridge, has again received a National Quality Award this year from the Life Under- writers' Association of Canada. Mr. Slavich has been a life insurance representative for 13 years. The award is given for doing "good" business a minimum of 90 per cent of Ihe insurance policies written re- maining in effect. In time the Konrads hope to expand their cheese department to include several hundred more varieties. "We can't run to the wholesaler here, how- Mr. Konrad said, "our orders come through an import- er who sometimes takes months to take delivery of items. can't always be sure of shipping schedules when tilings are com- ing from the Orient or Aus- tralia. 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