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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May JO, 1970 THE tcTHBRIDGE HERALD 3 RECEIVE AWARD Hugh Sturtevant, left, president of the Foremost branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, is shown above receiving the District 6 membership award from provincial third vice-president Rulon Hirsche of Fort Macleod. The award goes annually to the club showing the greatest percentage in membership. Foremost, one of 24 clubs in District 6, had an increase of 93 per cent in 1967. Cranbrook Seeks Library Estimate CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- The completed furnished cos estimate, increased to for the new public library, i: now obtaining firm estimate foi the square foot building the board plans to have operat ing this year. Board chairman John Connolly has confirme( this for the location on the for mer Bishop Doyle property close to Mount Baker School. Soil instability at depth alter- ed the plan from square Premier To At Foremost Speak FOREMOST (Special) Premier Harry Strom mil ad- dress a meeting at Foremosl Community Hall Monday, May 25 at 8 p.m. The meeting is sponsored by the Foremost Fish and Game Association. This is the pre- mier's second visit to. Foremost in recent months. Mr. Strom will be accom- panied by provincial minister of Lands and Forests, J. Dono- van Ross. Theme of the meeting will be farmer hunter relationships in southern Alberta. Such matters as grazing permits, leases and access roads will also be dis- cussed. This is an open meeting and there is no admission charge. SUSPECT KILLS SELF MPESBACH (AP) Police s a i d a 29-year-old West Ger- man Air Force captain with ac- cess to secret information leap- ed to his death from a bridge here. The police in this upper Bavarian town said Capt. Wulf- Dietrich Zilz was a photograph interpreter and that the mili- tary intelligence agency was working on the investigation. feet with basement to square feet on reinforced con Crete slab on grade, with square feet of this single floor building planned for lease. Th public library section will dupli cate the South Hill Branch o Vancouver Public Library in specter1 by Cranbrcok staff am found suitable for its 3.50C members whose book average of over 19 a year is highest in Canada. It will easily accom modatc present book stock am allow for expansion, including permanent reference shelves. Financing arrangements are not yet complete but a vigorous business area drive for fund by finance chairman Lloyd Hoole is advancing toward the neces- sary additional objective. The city has granted as re- turn from sale of the former 14th Avenue location, for books, and for opera- lions. The Provincial Library Development Commission has pledged help in furnishing, and other money sources include city organizations and busi- esses. Frank Basarab is library ward co-ordLnator toward firm pricing, and zuildihg frame will sheet metal. Enlarge Council NATAL, B.C. (HNS) With decisions and work to be ac- complished in the months ahead in regard to relocating St. Michael's Church and church property to Sparwood, t has been deemed necessary o nominate and elect addi- ional parishioners to act on the Parish Council. Members on the parish coun- cil are Carol Letasy, Dora TJn- jaro, Polly DeLuca, Marie Be- anek, Siro Cimolini, Charlie Anselmo and Andy Latka. It has not been decided yet vhether the church will be moved or built anew at the new Sparwood site. POT-LUCK pOT-LUCK received tlie fol- lowing story from Sirs. J. Daryl Slurrock of CariUton: 'Mrs. Joyce McGuffie and I were guests at a gathering on Mother's Day, honoring Mrs. Louise Healy, the Matriarch (grandmother) of a five-genera- tion family, and who is herself in her nineties. "This took the form of a pic- nic planned, organized and pro- vided for in every detail by one of the daughters Mrs. Jenny Healy, herself a cripple, assist- ed by her sister Mrs. Josephine Soop. "The picnic was held on the original Mission site of the St. Paul's Anglican Residential School on the Blood Reserve. 3ver 100 members of the fam- ily were invited; tents were pitched for the comfort of the elderly and the infants. The menu consisted of bar- becued steaks, tallow, southern fried chicken, salads, rolls, tea, shortcake with whipped cream; and for the younger ones they had a weiner roast and ice ci'eam. "Mrs. Wadsworth, a girlhood Mend of the Matriarch, opened :he picnic with Grace spoken in her own tongue of the Bloods. "Sports for all ages from two o 90, kept everyone laughing and active. These covered rac- ng, bubble-gum blowing, bal- on blowing, baseball, egg race, thread the needle r'ace, golf shots, baseball batting competi- ion, tug-of-war for both the adults, and for the children. There were prizes for every By D'ARCY RICKARD spnere which existed. It is dif ficult for them to believe tha such good fellowship could be maintained without liquor. "Babes in arms, little tod dling children, boys and girls 'teen-agers, y o u n g-marrieds parents, grandparents, grea grandparents, and the great grea t-grandparent Matriarch Mrs. Louise Healy all together on this beautiful day in this beautiful spot of yester-year al running, talking, am singing, made this day truly day of God. "There was no such thing as the "generation-gap" there was unity in its highest the Family." event. "This was tire area hi which he Matriarch grew up as a child and where she attended ichool under the Principleship if the Reverend gentlemen Trivett, Swainson, Owen, Gale, and Middleton. Here she was married at the age of 18 and in the near vicinity she and her Msband established their own lome where their children were jorn and reared. "It is difficult fof people who [o not know Indians personally, o realize the fun and merri- ment, and the rapport from the nfant to the aged which is ex- ressed in such good fellow- hip. It is difficult for them to ealize the wholesome atmo- Riding Classes Organized PINCHEK CREEK (Special) Pincher creek Parks and recreation department has an- nounced that riding classes are being now organized. Tne present intention is to lead up to the Summer Games. Beginner classes are being offered in English and Western pleasure riding, with some equitation instructions. Age ca- tegories are eight and under, nine to 11, 12 to 16, 17 to 21, 22 and over. Jumping classes are also of- fered and age categories are to mined by the number of enrol- ment. There will be a minimum charge to enroll, for offsetting expenses. This will be deter- mined by the number of enroll- ment in each class. Any adults interested in mounting a drill team are also requested to contact the Rec- reation Office. Further information and. reg- strations are being taken at the Pincher Creek Park and Recreation Office at 627-4322 or P.O. Box Pincher Creek and persons are requested to contact the recreation office prior to May 25. Vapi Association Group Tours Lethbridge Jail PINCHER CREEK (Specia In conjunction with the ne ole in court work, The Nap r i e n d ship Association ar anged for a recent visit to th jethbridge Provincial Jail Association Board mem ers, a few members at larj md Miss Rose Yellow Feet, c ector of the Lethbridge Frien hip Centre. .The group consis d of young representatives, na ve people and white. For those who have neve >een inside a penal institute be re, it was an enlightening an and now from Herb's Western Wear Setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests ORIGINAL LEVI'S 14 oz. BLUE DENIMS I Shrink To Fit Levi's With button fly. I Bell Bottom Levi's With zipper fly. Pre-Shrunk Levi's Slim fit waiit, 20" flare bottom. STA-PREST LEVI'S I Saddleman Boot Jeans Colon Brown, Pine Green, Olive-Gold. Reg- ular cut with stovepipe leg. I Corduroy Flqres In Carmel or Olive with ilim fit waist. I Levi's Casuals New perma-preu stripes with itovepipe legs. Remember If If. WKSTERN or RUGGSD and if it'l NEW you'll find it FIRST at "IISTEJK GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 3th STREET S. PHONE 328-4726 Open as usual during major renovationl. Sorry inconvenience. unusual experience. Many per- sons had visualized a rather de- pressing and gloomy atmo- sphere; this was far from the truth. If anything, the organiza- tion and administration was reminiscent of the armed ser- vices, and the moral of the in- mates appeared very good. The visitors toured the infirmary, classroom, laundry, cell block, kitchen, and barbershop. The barbershop has an in- structor who teaches the art of hairdressing on a 10 month course. Those availing them- selves of this course have trade when released. The visitors were treated to coffee break in the jail durin room after inspecting the kiteh en and bakery units. Mr. Kaskiw conducted th iour and at the conclusion th warden, Mr. Fisher conducte a question and answer period ii :he auditorium. In concludin tfr. Fisher expressed his plea sure at having such a grou show irierest. He said it was he first time that native peo- >le had availed themselves c a tour. Both native and white of Ih association would like to thank ilr. Fisher and Mr. Kaskiw fo heir hospitality and co-opera ion. Warner County Bands Win Out n Medicine Hal MASns'ASIN (HNS) Two jands from the County of War- er won first place in their res- >ective classes in the Canadian !and Directors Festival helc ecently in Medicine Hat. The Erie Rivers High School 'oncert Band was awarded irst place in the B class com- aetition. The combined Milk iyer, Warner Coutts Junior :igh School Concert Band laced first in the D class, oth bands -were chosen from K 16 bands attending, to play n tlie evening concert. I'olh bands are directed by aarles Hendrickson, music di- eclor for the County of War- er. More District On Pae 9 Admiral Custom Dual-Temp 13 Cubic Foot Two-Door REFRIGERATOR FEATURING: Refrigerator Freezer Seamless Liners Door Seals Butter Keeper Meat Keeper -Full-Width Crisper Tray -Glide-Out Shelves Available in White Copper Avocado or Gold. Manufacturer's Suggested List 349.95. Capitol Furniture's Price (Colors slightly extro) ADMIRAL 30" Clean-A-Mafic Range FEATURING: Self-Cleaning Catalytic Oven Elements Chrome Drip Bowls Large Elements Automatic Oven Light Window Appliance Outlet Also Available in Decorator Colors at a Slight Additional Charge. CAPITOL FURNITURE'S PRICE 7-PIECE Living Room Group FEATURING: Sealer Chesterfield chair Lamp tables 1 Coffee tabla Lamps A good selection of fabrics CAPITOL FURNITURE'S PRICE '279 7 PIECE Bedroom Group FEATURING: Panel Bed Drawer Triple Dresser Drawer Chiffonier Mattress and Box Spring Boudoir. Lamps 7 Pieces. CAPITOl FURNITURE'S PRICE '279 Nof exactly as illustrated OUTDOOR LIVING Starts Right Here At CAPITOL! Believe us Folks We are featuring a very fine selection of Qualify Patio and Lawn Furniture this year If you want something different and good you're ture to find it here! CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! Open Till 9 Thursday and Fri. Nights for your shopping convenience! 326 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 ;