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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedrmday, March 15, 197J-1HE IETH8RIDGE KERAID-3 WUTTUNEE ADVISES FELLOW INDIANS TO RELATE TO OTHERS Lunn Photo 'Depend on yourselves5 By MARGARET LUNN Special Correspondent PINCIIER Wuttunee, Calgary lawyer and outspoken critic of the ways of some Indians, spoke to a crowd at the recent Napi Friendship Association's Hot Seat pro- gram. In addressing the people present, Indian and white, he told them that in years to come the present outlook on Indians will just be history. "Forget treaties and past er- rors. "Depend on yourselves. "Leani to relate to others. "Lick some problems by sharing. "Acquire a unified oullook. "There must be many changes in attitudes between native and white. Responsibil- ity in what we say and do; un- derstanding; if ire deal equal- ly then headway will be he said. Mcnno Boklt, professor fi-om University of Lethbridge, acting as moderator, question- ed Mr. Wuttunee on the fact that people listened to him as an authority, but how did he feel that he could be one when he had been away from Ilia reservation for 20 years? In answering, Mr. Wuttuneo An Adventure for the Whole Family! RAINBOW ADVENTURE FILM Product KEEN STARTS TOMORROW DAY ONLY PARK MAGRATH p.m. COMING FRIDAY CINEMA PICTURE BUTTE p.m. Adults 1.75 12 and Under .75 said be still remembers diffi- cult times and happy limes. He visits the Red Pheasant Re- sei-ve at least twice a year, lie said he would refuse to have the kind of life they have hero now. Integration, to him, is free- dom for an individual to choose his way of life; the right to go anywhere in the world as an equal; free movement of peo- ple to live as they wish. He felt the real field to get into is business, not into In- dian Affairs. Tlie native people don't advance from Indian Af- fairs to other positions. Many pertinent questions were received from the floor and Mr. Wullunee answered them. One native gentleman ac- cused Mr. Wultunee of being one-sided. Mr. Wuttunee's book Ruffled Feathers, which was on sale, received attention. In Ruffled Feathers he says pouring money into the re- servcs doesn't make much sense. Indians are being drawn to the cities where they encoun- ter many problems and often get into trouble. The best help the govemmenl can give is in supporting Friendship Centres and coun scHors attached to the centres Integration is inevitable ar gues William Wultunee, so In dians in Canada arc wasting valuable time resisting tin kind of directions proposed b> (he government in its 1969 While Paper. The negative atti lude taken by Indian leaders is not serving the best interests o the native people, he says. Catholic women gather GRANUM (HNS) The regular meeting of the Granum Catholic Women's League was held recently at the home of Mrs. Art (Kay) Hossum with seven members in attendance. Tlie meeting was opened by Mrs. Fedelia Fitzpatrick, pres- ident, with the recitalion of the League Prayer. Discussions were held con- cerning the annual St. Pat- rick's turkey supper to be held in the Community Hall March 18. The following committees were appointed: tables, Mrs. Rossum and Mrs. E. Cesar; coffee, Mrs. Hossum; cashier, Mrs. P. Dorner; kitchen seer, Mrs. F. Fitzpatrick. All the members of the par- ish are asked to turn out and help at the supper. Tlie next meeting will he April 12 at the home of Mrs. Lillian Dunlop. Women gather NEW DAYTON (HNS) Four women met at the home of Mrs. Elton Duell for the March meeting of the United Church Women. Mrs. Stewart Skeith was elected treasurer to the South Alberta Presbyterial United Church Women at i ts annual meeting recently. Plans were made for the AOTS women's night to be held at New Dayton in April. The study on Africa will be introduced in April by Mrs. Slewart Skeilli. That meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jim Ross. DAYLES HAIR STYLES PICTURE BUTTE Present Wigs by KRIS I A Monday, March 20 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. .98 WIGS. ON SALE FOR COMPLETE LINE Of OTHER WIGS OFF THE FACE AS WEU AS BANGS Come have o cup of coffee and meet our wig consultant from Edmonton, ARLENE PEOERSON Ph. 732-4772 Our Wigs Are Guaranteed For Quality! WINS AWARD C. A. (Rocky) Wcekcs of Cowlcy received a 30-year long ser- vice pin at the recent annual meeting of the Southern Al- berta Region of the Bo. Scouts oE Canada. Mr. Wcckes wriles the Scouting column for The Herald. Creston bull tops sale at Craiibrook CKANBROOK (Special) First annual quality bull sal sponsored by tile new Koolena Beef Breeders Association Cranbrook Sales Point of Com munity Auction Sales turne over 20 bills, four yearlin bulls, registered or recordec and 19 quality heifers at a tola of Top bull was Randy Dor man's Hereford from Creston sold to St. Mary's Prairie Graz ing Association al His six enlered bulls avcrag ed sales price. Ray Va Steinburg's Pine Buttc Herefor was second at sold t Merle Dryer of Brisco and hi three entries averaged I tank Camps all, Fort Steele bought five bulls including a Sc mintal-Hcreford cross at from Fritz Maurcr of Inver mere, and a Charolais bred b Carl Jones, Invcrmcrc at S50C Mrs. J. W. Hcwston, ford Bay, bought the top Angu solri at lo Harry Kcnnell and her four yearling" bulls a eraged The 19 heifers sold af a lot: averaging a hca. Objective of liiis new liv stock association is to rajs standard of Kootena beef. Next Cranbrook Sales Poi auction will he April 19, mix animals, manager directo Bill Bradford reports, V RounduD of District News per meal CLAKESIIOUI oarcl of Hie Willow Creek cliool division has agreed lo a csolution to allow members 2.SO per meal when away from ome on school business within ic division. This is in addition to the ley are allowed for meetings r supervision and administra- on work. The hoard also approved a leal allowance for two main- enanoe people of the division for lunch and for nner when they are away rom home. Steel fence CLARESHOLM Villow Creek school division o a r d has accepted a bid oi from McLellan Supply -ltd. to build a steel fence com- sound area for storage at the utomoiivc end ot the Willow Creek Composite High School t Clares holm. The board granted salary aises to the office staff: sec- etary, to from assistant secretary, from secretaries from o and from lo 360. Enjoy Bingo NEW DAYTON (HNS) Residents of Hidgevicw Lodge, Raymond, enjoyed an evening of bingo recently. Women of the Dayton United Church Women organiz- ed the event. Prizes were note-paper pac- kets and the evening concluded with lunch. Those helping were Mrs. Jim Ross, Mrs. Donald D u ncan, Mrs. Stewart Skeilli, Mrs. Cecil DcPralu, Mrs. Elton Ro- berta DePratu and J a n ice Duell. Bake sale set GRANUM UlNS) There was a good attendance at the March meeting of the Ladies' Aid of the Knox Prcsbvteriun Church o! Jumbo Valley, hold at (he home of Mrs. Dimcan (Rosemarie) MacLean. A report of the semi-annual meeting at Lellibridge was given. The group will IwM a bake sale in the library at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 23. The next meeting will be held at the liome of Mrs. Davo OEdna) Curie. Win badges NATAL (HNS) Writer's badges were awarded to mem- bers of the 1st Brownie Pack: Leslie Peterson, Jackie North- Suzanne Hall, Kareu Me- p'herson, Debbie Morgan anc Josie Driver. In the 2nd Brownie Pack, Katrin Brocket was enrolled and then was presented with icr Petkeeper award. Leslie N'yc was presented with tier Collector's badge. In the 3rd Brownie Pack, tho Housekeeper badge was pre- sented to Tammy Grocutt while Lana Cibulka was presented with her Collector's badge. Service stars were also pre- sented lo Tammy Grocutt, 'inriy Feragodi, Tern1 Hansen, Nora McCartney, Kim Peter- son, Pam Peterson, Cheryl Schebel and Penny Chatterson. 43rd anniversary NATAL (JINS) The Ladies Auxiliary to Michel Aerie No. IBM, Fraternal Order of Ea- gles, Sparwood, recently cel- ebrated its 43rd anniversary with a turkey supper followed by games of bingo. It was held at the home ol member Mrs. ,J. Fontana. Three charter members, Mrs. Anne Travis, Mrs. Yarmila Kotek and Mrs, Anne Maiuiion, were honored wilh gifts. The bake sale netted more than for (he fight against muscular dystrophy, cancer ajid heart disease. Curlers win NATAL (HNS) Sparwood Secondary School took second place in the "B" event of the C o'l e m a n Consolidated High School Bonspiel. It was skipped by Terry Lowe wilh members Pam Corny, Jim Blany, and Joanne Gris. Two other Spanvood rinks were skipped by Mark Podra- sky and Bob Parry. Competing in the Pincher Creek Men's Open Bonspiel, the Sid Wiwchar rink with Greg Prudcn, Edgar Friesen, and Paul Roberge won four straight games losing out in the A event. 'Are you TARER "Are You Marked For is a question to he answered during a free pub- lie discourse to be given at the Taber Recreation Centre at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 19, when more Ulan 600 Jehovah's Wit- nesses are expected lo gather for their convention. IN HOSPITAL NEW DAYTON' (HNS) Hospital patients are Mrs. OUo C r o n k h i t e and Mrs. Clet'jf Kaupp at St. Michael's Hos pital, Lelhbridge, and Jo- seph Schill at Border Counties General Hospital, Milk River. v. v' PKA1SKS MKMHKRS Gerald Edluml, president ot Foremost Fish ami Gamo Association, praised members at the roccnt loth annual banquet. He com- mended Hie chili foi1 its lur- key planting project along the. Milk River and other con- servation activities. More district, pages 5, 38, 39 Place third NEW DAYTON [IKS) The August Kaupp rink placed third in (he first event of tha recent Raymond Holy Name Bonspiel at Milk River. It included August and Charles Kaupp, Forest Greeao and Rev. Cassidy. CANVAS JOGGING SHOES Footcoirtforl with cushioned insoles and white vinyl "U" thrwt toe section] ARM EL PRINTED TUNIC TOP LONG SLEEVE BLOUSE Long sleevers win placket fronts, mock turtle collars or3-way collars with zippers! Gaily colored priiUs! Misses' 1008. Polyester crepeon roMer prints 21" long! 3 collar ityfes? Fashion colored prints! Misses'32-33, 9' x 12' 1OO% NYLON PANTY HOSE FASHION VIEW RUG Dress up styles lor Ihose new Spring shoes! The stockings are sea sheer with nurle fleets! "Ilie h shee; looJ Great new shades. One siic, Cover your floor wilh this Iwo-icnemgsphshed with a pattern and featuring pcercushion bacJdn for walking ease! Not serged. Capper, Gold Green, Flame, Ocean Spray colors. COLORING BOOK PACK PLASTIC; GARBAG BAGS JUMPSUIT Slurdy green plaslic bags come ]0in each package! Ties included. 5 coloring books atonR with 6 crayons in eac PHOTO ALBUM Bcdy is sleeves Arc sfnp erf! Zipper front neck opening Assorted colors. Covers frt STICKY PAGE assorted materials and designs. Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.-Thursday and Friday Until 9 p.m. ;