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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _____Wednesday, July 14, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Attic treasures could be museum pieces By FRED H. PHILLIPS FREDERICTON (CP) "The things from your grandmoth- er's attic may stop a party for two hours, and this can mean another meal or even another night in your town." This is the way Stuart Allen Smith sees a local museum as an attraction for visitors in a community tourist program. A lecturer in art at the Uni- versity of New Brunswick, he is also the youthful president of the York Sunbury Histori- cal Society here. His opinion is based on good source material. The home of the society's-mil- seum is a period piece in itself. The old officers' barracks, facing a pleasant square in the centre of the city, recalls the days before Confederation when Fredericton still was a garri- son town for British troops. Its stone arches, iron handrails and staircases, are typical of the architecture used by the Royal Engineers in the colonial period. There is a collection of swords and uniforms dating from the American revolution down to First World War. There are various types of powder horns and slings and of early bullet moulds. One aspect of military ser- vice gleams from a sterling sil- cers' mess of the 104tb New Brunswick Regiment, famous in runs military annals for its march jsented by from Fredericton to Quebec j stone age City on snowshoes during the sils. The Micmac and Maliseet In- dians of the region are repre- a collection of their weapons ?n'J uten- winter of 1813 to head off a A 4 Vis-foot iron pillar in the museum once marked the inter- national boundary between New Brunswick and the state of Maine. After the Ashburton Treaty of 1842 had ended the 'Well, I earned another six square sleeve on your new fall coat." bloodless Aroostook War, the newly defined boundary was marked by a line of such pil- lars. Focal point, in a restored parlor furnished from acquisi- tions is a maho g a n y lowboy with fan carving, in Queen Anne style. It once belonged to Rev. Walter Price, sent from Eng- land to Newfoundland by the So- ciety for the Propagation of the CARE EXTENSIVE MONTREAL (CP) Care of heart patients is extremely cx- in 1790. A high-backed pensive, says the Montreal wmasor chair of early origin I Heart Institute in iW annual was brought from Massaclm-j report, because wmle J, local aienac '.ar a WaS DIUUglll I 1 U HI i setts bv Col. Edward Window onary artery disease is bens u) ,i nfi nn during the Loyalist immigration of 1783. One of the basement rooms is a p e r i o d kitchen, centred up- on a large fireplace and equipped with the iron utensils of pioneer days. _____ cipient in childhood, it only be- comes evident in adults. Thus, observation of a considerable numoer of esses must continue The original Pensioners and cor- i S e n i o r Citizens Society will hold its picnic at Kcho Lako Wednesday, July 28. There will be a pot-luck lunch and enter- tainment will be provided. Those wishing transportation for periods of eight to 10 years i Ere asked to call 328-3659, or and be carried out by various j 328-4280. Buses will leave tho disc'plines i Civic Sports Centre at 10 a.m. FLYING HOME Mrs. Jessie Elves of 620 19th St. S. arrives in lethbridge after one of her flvinq trips to Medicine Hat to vis it relatives. The pilot is her son-in-law, Don Moore oTdiZ Hat. Flying has been Mrs. Elves' method of 'ransportation to the for "many years" now. At the age of 94 (she celebrated her b.rthday Mon- day) she is one of Southern Alberta's airborne senior citizens Unlike many younger plane passengers, Mrs. Elves has no qualms whatever about fly.ng. She every trip and says each one has been "nice and safe." WIGS BY ARISTOCRAT CLOSE-OUT All Wigs Drastically Reduced CANADIAN WOMENS WASH and WEAR WIGS Reg. .I J 5Q CLOSE OUT I COME EARLY FOR BEST COLOR SELECTION SALE STARTS SHARP 9 A.M. THURSDAY MINI-SHAG WIGS Reg. 39.95. SWINGER CLOSE OUT 22 Reg. 29.95. CLOSE OUT WIGS 12M 3 oz. HAIR HUMAN HAIR. Regular 22.00. CLOSE OUT 9b TABLE ODDS AND ENDS Volues to 30 OUT THEY GO 441 Holiday Village PHONI 328-2566 LET US HELP YOU TO ENJOY YOUR WIGS CHARGES FOR OUR WIG SERVICES ARE: Cutting Setting Cleaning or Washing 1-00 Styling or Comb Out................. 1-00 We invite you to bring your wigs In (or our courleout staf to service them. A Qualified Hairdresser Is at our WIG BAR every Thursday, Friday and Saturday to personally help you with all your wig problems._______________ betty shop SEMI ANNUAL The Betty Shops proudly present their Semi-Annual 25c Sale Days of Dresses, Pant Suits, Pant Dresses and Maternity Wear Clearance. Spring and Summer Stylus. Wool, Tweeds, Checks. 8 to 20. Single and Double JACKETS Leather and Suede Regular DUSTERS Cotton MATERNITY Summer styles and fab- rics including SUN SUITS SHORTS SKIRTS BATHING SUITS A SUMMER CLEARANCE DATlllMfi SPORTSWEAR HOT PANTS JACKETS PANTY HOSE Name Brands: Tivani, Jant- zen, White Stag, Paris Star, Ton Jay. Tops, Pants, Shorls. Asst'd Colours and sizes. Name Brands. Bikini and Regular One and Two Pee. Styles. Nylon Stretch and Terry Fabrics. Good Colour Selections. 32 to 38. Navy denim with bib 7 to 15. Poplin. Asst'd. styles. With or without hood. Zipper or button front. S.M.I. or 3 'or Others: lillydaclie', Crest- monl and Caprillon. Reg. to S.f I betty shop AND BETTY SHOP CREDIT Centre Village Mall Phone 328-5025 WIG WHOOPEE JULY 15th 16th 17th SPECIAL ON 35 WIGS SALE PRICE 12.95 EXTRA (toexr FRfflC 100% Human Hair valued at 39.95. Free cutting, setting and styling to suit you. Decide on one of the 10 different styles, designed by our wig stylist. For each purchase of a human hair wig, your name will be entered in a Free Draw for a synihetic "Jeromo Alexander" wig of your choice and color, valued at 39.95. DRAW WILL BE HELD SATURD AY, JULY 17th AT P.M. IMPORT SPECIALTY STORE1! "A BROWSER'S PARADISE" 1001 Items from around the World CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phono 328-6980 ;