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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOI HBtALP Taos Indian Pueblo Some fiva north of Taos is of the Taos Indians. Mav sive five-story adobe struc- tures here served as both apartment houses and fort- resses. They are believed to have had a similar ap- pearance some 500 yeart ago except that af that time there were no doors or windows in the lower rooms and access was gained by ladders. ladders could be drawn up for protection in times of attack. 'Tall house' had 100 rooms Concluded from Page 38 been excavated while nearby s-tands a ceremonial amphi- theatre and a stone masonry balkourt used by The Indians for athletic contests. There uas ore nersiblenf crlemy at Wupatki thai these Ind'pns t'ci'ld I.OL v arci off the wind. Over (he years, the vital water re- taining cover of volcanic ash '.'.as bloun away by its re- lentless force. many other Pueblo Indian settlements of that day. too. fadad away for rea- sons lcqt in time, their great architectural triumphs re- main for today's vis- itor to the Southwest. Reed curtains An original curtain in the doorway of an ancient Indian dwelling at Aztec Ruins National Monument, Arizona, still can be seen by visitors. CHILDREN WHO AREN'T Although they represent one out every nine children born in this country, illegitimate children ore not reconnized by Canadian law. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Frances Porteous describes the stolus of illegitimate children today in Canada and explaini why our law muit be changed. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Savings as great as all outdoors on colourful, carefree Aloha' 8 pc. sun set Set if bought separately would cost 114.98 Save on combination Set: 7' push-up umbrella, 42" table, cover, 4 chairs, sheW Loungers delight! A gay set that helps put a new face on your patio or yard; brings relaxing comfort to a breeze- swept summer terrace. In colours as vibrant as an Hawaiian scene. Exclusive 'Aloha' floral-pattern covers in sup- ported vinyl for strength and long wear. And easy care. Just wipes ciean. Chairs have light aluminum rust-proof frames, fold quickly and easily for convenient carry- ing, compact storage. In a blend of White, Blue and Orange. Save your place in the Matching 'Aloha' 4-seater swing with 3" thick Serofoam seat and back, 2 loose cushions, adjustable back and rustproofed link steel springs. Reg. 119.98 Matching 'Aloha' lounge with 2" Serofoam mattress 19" patio table with baked enamel top, tubular legs and tripod "level surface" design. No-mar tips 11 STORE HOURS: Open daily from a.m. to p.m., and FrJ. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Moll Telephone 328-9231 ;