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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD November 1973 5am Mitchell Baptists Ritchie CKarlie Mack MM Alpha has it all over the others for flavour Who would expect canned milk to behave like whipping You with Alpha Evaporated MilK because it's the real thing Fresh whole milk from prize herds grazing the Red Deer then concentrated for extra creamy texture and flavor. Just you try Alpha to top a praise-winning cream your coffee or whenever your recipe calls for milk So IT WHIPSl So we guarantee it Unconditionally. Try the Alpha family fine products from the Land of Milk and Honey. CHARGEX WELCOME Corner 3rd Ave. and 5th St. S. NATIONAL DEPT. STORES THE MEN'S WARM QUILT LINED DUCK. PARKAS PRICED AT A LOW SIZM S.M.L.XL. 50 RECLAIMED GREY ARMY BLANKETS In mm Condition size 60x80 50 IDEAL FOR BUSH CAMPS ROY'S AND GIRL'S DOWN FILLED S.E. WOODS SKI JACKETS FIRST QUALITY GARMENTS AT A FANTASTIC LOW LOW PRICE SIZM S.M.L. Navy color only. 2 Way Zipper Concealed Hood 50 A Special Purchase Us To Sell TlMse For Below Normal Market Value. Shop Eariyl HYDRO DUCK PARKAS Features detachable hood storm qultt lining. NotMMCHyM STANFIELD and WINDSOR BRAND UNDERWEAR Hlw ll tattft far Mi tilt rtttitti ALL STYUS MTBULS AVAILMLE AT LOW LOW PRICES MEN'S QLOVE8 Your Choice of Vinyl or Knitted 99- MEN'S WARM WORK SOX PAIR 1 ATTENTION 8NOWMOMLEIISI MMTwr ATLtwLwhlM SNOWMOBILE SUITS MITTS HELMET S11.8S BOOTS GOQQLES MEN'S GREEN INSULATED PILE LINED BOOTS Sizes 7-12 lOlyelet Lace Front C.C.M. HOCKEY STICKS ONLY UeS-7 TOUQUES ALL STYLIS All COLORS AH Low Pied Pipers9 spin adventure B.C. Baptiste Sam Mitchell and Charlie Mack are the modern versions of the Pied leading children of the Fraser Canyon area of British Columbia into a world of fairy adventure and myth. The three members of the Lillooet Indian tribe are visiting teachers in local spinning tales that would send the Brothers Grimm back to the drawing board. The stories of Mr. Mr. and Mr. are a link between prehistory and modern com- puter science. It isn't likely that children from the scrublands of the Fraser Canyon will ever join a pirate run away to the circus-or get kidnapped by but they are offered vicarious thrills by the three who get backup help from Slim and Francis 78. A small part of their total of 385 years of experience has been collected in book which the story tellers supplement in the classroom. STARTED BY BOARD Randy a linguist and coordinator of the B.C. Indian Language ex- plained the school course. the Lillooet district council asked whether some of these Lillooet stories could be plac- ed in the he said. got together and talked about it and decided it would be okay. By February of this we had run off about 800 stories by an 80- page selection of stories that was put into the school system here. the basic as they In the school about 30 to 50 per cent of the students are but the white children benefit as if not from this tale telling. is basically an out- growth of a program that is concerning analysis of mythology from all around the Mr. Bouchard said. BEGAN AT UBC an outgrowth of a pro- ject that started between the B.C. Indian Language Project and Pierre Maranda of the University of B.C.'s depart- ment of anthropology. is the first as far as we that the mythology and stories of one particular area have been introduced in that where the children can get to learn about the native people who are around them. I think we've shown that you can use a computer basically as a printing as quite an efficient and the idea of using the computer in this unique and very rele- vant way is another result of this Mr Mitchell said the non- Indian children nave shown most interest. stop 'me right on the he said. ask 'Sam what's this in your what's what's don't know but they know because I have been in the school. When you come down to it's the stories they're interested And the stories are a child's delight. The which means true and the which sometimes become so intertwined that no one can tell what's fact and what's fic- tion. Starting with the the stories move into How the Animals and Birds Got Their the Girl Who Became a the Boy Who Had Wild Cherry Bark as His Power some true-life history with a distressing the Smallpox Epidemic. Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Mack have never had a day of for- mal while Mr. Ritchie has had 2tt years. Would he have liked to have had more formal I don't know. Maybe I wouldn't know as much as I do in regard to my own people. My they are' but they don't know their NAME ORIGIN The Yukon Territory is named after the Indian name for the river It means West improves lot of disabled TORONTO The western provinces are doing things for their handicapped Wilfrid a director of the Canadian Rehabilitation Council for the said here. British Columbia's New Democratic government has raised the disability pension to a month. Saskatchewan is the first province to appoint a senior level deputy minister to co ordinate all the services to the disabled. But in Mr. in an said there is no one agency the disabled can turn to Ontario's pensions for the disabled vary depending on in- dividual circumstances. A single with no one to look will get monthly. Mr. Race took a dim view of comments made last week by Percy Wickman of a delegate to a conference of the that Alberta is the only province where han- dicapped are getting jobs and housing. The Handicapped Resource Centre in Vancouver is doing a more individual job of providing Mr. Race said. Calendar The RCMP Wives Scarlet and Gold will meet Thursday at the home of Donna 2101 10 Ave. A S Members are reminded to bring hobbies and home crafts Open Thurs. and Fri till 9 p.m. LADIES-SNORKEL PARKAS Nylon Satin Oirttr Plto I Hood. AMI. Colon SIZM S.M.L. First woman Raynelle a 29-year-old lawyer from Moose Jaw was elected as vice-president of the council of Canadian Young Christian Men's Association in Ont. She is the first wo- men to hold position on the council in 61 years and will automatically be- come president when the current YMCA president ends his term in June 1974. No. 9 PRIMROSE PLACE Feature Home Built By HOMES BEDROOM throughout level split contact NU-MODE REALTY GERRY NAGEL 328-8011 BOB SAPSFORD 327-0287 328-8841 Rtg.21.88 S17 50 GIRLS'NYLON SKI JACKETS ONCEALED HOODS AS8T. COLORS Slzn7-14 Yn Sin IN.8.68 s CLEARANCE OF LADIES' DRESSES A select group of Import and domestic styles to me modern woman designed for the cold winter months ahead. Shop early as J. UabkltAjJ CftMntnnvS are IfmflvQ. Reg. to 9.95 Reg.to 12.95.................. Reg. to LADIES'ASST. STYLE SWEATERS STYLES INCLUDE PULLOVER and CARDIGAN Reg. to NOWONLY 3 LADIES' GLOVES Vinyl aWecfc of Lvrown ONLY 1.99 NOWONLY THE SALE GOES AT LETHBRID06 ALMHTA. NOVEMBER 15th-16th-17th Ofcen Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. London and MCA Records present SAVINGS LP's TAPES LP'a Reg. 5.98 to 6.49 NOW 00 TAPES Reg. 7.49 NOW W NEW RELEASES Elton New York Rolling Uriah Nell Irish and others. All Other Labels Savings LP's Reg. 8.M to NOW 9.TRACK TAPIS NOW S5 75 Also A Sctoctlofi Of DttaMd LP's to 8 Trick T9PM ;