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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHMIOCE HEftALD StKurday, Indian Baltic Park A 16-acre playground in the west coulee flats beside the Oldman River was the site of the last great Indian battle of 1870. A cairn in In- dian Batile Perk, above, describes the battle between the Crces and Assiniboines and the Bloods and the Blackfeet. The park, west of 6Mi Ave. S. in the coulees, also has a replica of Fort Whoop-Up, an early whiskey trading stockads. The replica was built for in 1967 through a joint effort of the provincial and federal governments. Artifacts in t're rooms of the fort replica include maps, photographs, utensils weapons and machines. An! presentation which depicts the history of Fort Whcop-Up, the Indians and West Mounted Police Is run for Fort Whoop-Up visitors. Sivimming in Lelhridge Swimming facilities in Lethbridge include one indoor and two out- door pools. The largest pool, the Henderson Pool located on Parkside Drive has a capacity of The other outdoor pool, the Lions Pool, 411 16th St. N. can accommodate 250 people. The indoor Fritz Sick Pool, 11th St, and 5th Ave. S-, also has a capacity of 250 people. There is public swimming at all the pools from 1 p.m. fo 5 p.m. in the afternoon. Even- ing swimming times vary but are usually from 6 to 9 p.m. (information on time changes is in the Herald) Admission is 60 cents for adults, 30 cents for students and 20 cents for children. ;