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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IfWBRIDGE KERAID Tuesday, April 25. 1971 'n, ammunition pact moiwv may yet be paid CAI.OAliY (C'1'1 S'Hltlieni Alberta Indian? WCIT told hi'iv that Ivim: nude on llK'ir holiiilf in LI claim from Ihc federal government for am- Si'. clep ty minion' ot nnriliern de- velopment and taiimi affairs, "a f.ivor.ib'.e >uin "I would say v.i' are in about round Ihrc-e of .1 the lawver said. 'The lelter Inn" Mr. Holviu- ton said in pai'i "1 lio wntit you to know that 100 Copies S3.30 plus tox CJ the government Is in the pro-] cess of formulating a median-1 ism by which ttic claim could be dealt No meddling in affairs of campus EDMONTON (CP> Jim Foster, minister o! advanced education, told the Alberta leg- islature lie has "no inlention" of meddling in the internal af- fairs of the University ot Cal- gary. was replying lo Tiny Speaker (SC Little Bowl who find asked whether Hie inini-ster intended to investigate a case in which the university apparent- ly refused to give .severance pay to several persons who were fired. "My department has no jur- isdiction over internal mutters of universities." Mr. Foster said. "I really don't feel I have anv business in that area at all." Mr. JIacDonald said (his was "about as strong a commit- ment as yon could ask. I inter- pret it lo mean tliey have nc- eepted their obligation and it is just a matter now of finding uul a mechanism to pay it.1' The Indian claim involves a treaty signed in 1877 on which the government promised to pay southern Alberta Indians ammunition money nually, but, he said, this was never done. Calculated at five per cent interest Ihis would amount to about million. Calculated the rate of per cent, which the department of Indian at- fairs normally pays, the claiir would amount lo about mil- lion. L'.S. GROWTH SLOWS WASHINGTON (AP) Tin U.S. rate of population growth fell below one per cent las year, the second time tins lias i happened since (he censu: j bureau said here. The nationa growth rate in 1971 was 0.93 per cent compared with LOEt perj cent in 1970. The rate also fell i below one per cent in i BACK IN CIVILIZATION Trans-Pacific oarsman John Fairfax tries on a sports jacket in Brisbane, Australia, after fhe end of bis row across Ibe Pacific from the United States. Ha and his companion, Sylvia Cook, landed their 35-foot boat "Britannia II" on Hayinan Island, culminating their trip at the island near Brisbane. 'turn credit car TORONTO (CI1) Imperial Oil Lid. shareholders were lold Monday that 281 of the com- s eretlit cards liavc been returned in protest against in- volvement in the Village Lako Louise project. H. S. Ritchie, senior vice-pres- ident, gave (he figures at Im- perial's animal shareholders meeting in answer to a ques- tion from the floor. He also noteci that pail of Hie campaign of those opposing the plan was to urge people to apply for cards so Ihcy could then return them. Mr. Ritchie said lie thought the project would be a "useful and attractive asset for Can- damage lo power mills EDMONTON (CP) Cal- gary P o vr e said today dam- age to its clcrtricjil distribution system as a result of Ihc week- end snow in tiorlhern Al- berta cnnkl exceed The major damage occurred near Heel IX-er where ifi power towers collapsed under the snow's weight. Calgary Power called out 225 men to work during the height cf tlic; storm while Edmonton Power had an additional ISO em- ployees working. ada" and the impact on tlio local environment would he very small." Imperial is a joint partner in the project lo establish resort facilitic.s ill Lake Louise iti Uauff National I'avk. Some have op- posed Hie project, tiKiinly on en- vironmental grounds. A public hearing was held earlier this year and the federal govern- ment is to decide whether lha project will proceed. J '4 PLIES OP POLYESTER for a smcoffi STRENGTH OF STEEL CORD BELTS, SMOOTHNESS OF POLYESTER CORD, IN A GREAT LONG-WEARING TIRE. This tire isrunningoverdozensof vicious hardened steel drill bits. A match of steel against steel And the tire ke eps o ngoing without loss of air. A brutally torturous way to demonstrate a tire? Granted. But that's the kind of punishment this Goodyear Polysteel tire took. We build it tough with two belts o f steel cord to resistimpactandpenetration in the tread area. And so you don't feel you're riding on steel, we add a flexible polyester cord body for smoothness. Chances are, you'll never run over drill bits tires. But if you're running on Goodyear Custom Power Cushion Polysteel tires, think of some of the nasty things you could ran and come away as though it never happened. Steel for protection. Polyester for smooth ride. Both in one long-wearing tire. The new Custom Power Cushion Polysteel tire. A sk for it by n ame. It's only from Goodyear. THE GOODYEAR TIRE RUBBER COMPANY OF CANADA, IIMITED, TOHOMTQ 14, ONT. TUESDAY SPOUT: Stanley Cup Srnii-finnls, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Tlie fourth game of the scries between the Boston Bruins and the Blues will be lelecasl trora St. Louis. MOVIE DRAMA: "Munlcr Once Kcmovcil" 6 p.m., Cli. 7. B arbara Bain, former female star of "Mission: Impos- is a partner in a deadly romantic triangle. REPEAT I'KOGltAMS: Mary Tyler Moore, Mr.rcus by, MD, Carol Burnett, Telescope, Ian Tyson, The Persuad- ers. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 13 Ch. a. An nc- tor, ventriloquist, Mel baritone, and oullior ere David's spe- cial guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Cry 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A chil- dren's suspense talc about a plot to kidnap Britian's Prime Minister. MOVIE COMEDY: "Kimlierlcy 1 p.m., Ch. lit. guitar-strumming gamblers win the deed lo a South African diamond mine in a poker game. WILDLIFE: One Northern Siiiiniirr, p.m., Ch. 7. A glimpse of Arctic life shows a traditional Eskimo teal hunt. ANGLO'S Programs Cre lilted by radio and Any variation In program to last- chjKigei by the stations end It not reipon- slbillry of the Herald or Anglo Olltrlbirtofl Sttreo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary SportA Morley McGLll with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Ncwfcld Checllne Dave King Dov; STiO'.Y WEDNESDAY TUESDAY MIGHT World at jix Jchn Walker Jchn Charles Dcug Antler ion WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliof Bury! Clark. CJOC Phone Bill Show svayne Garry Prohe 1220 Ifoan Tarrn News, Weather and Sports Oliver ing 1 :CO icts Jack Thyi Parly Lini Jchn World Si Sin MOM. THRU SAT. Den AAacMAircr Ccncerls (Bcb CHEC FM Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Den Consle) Den Ma Sign TUESDAY NIGHT World Six As It Happens Tuesday ic CBR -Ar Radio 1010 Calgary Pcint Counler- Eye Opc ncinf This Co n-OO News Hatnns Land Rock Provinci Slide Radio N News, Sporls, V.'EDNHSDAY Frcn-v the Capitals j-05 opener Nig Ms a World .il a Max Hotr SONY FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE STEREO CENTRE Solid >lata circuitry provides 20 waits of puro ileroo muiic cr, utilizing speakers housed in detachable lid. Other feature j include 2 proft-'ssionol VU meters, relractomatic pinch-roller for easy theadmg, 3 head, 3 speed and Ua Sound-on-sound, sc-paralo switches far power amplifier and pro-amplifier, speaker switch for ex fern a I speaker, echo effect, slide volume con- trols, lape counter. Complete with 2 SONY dynarric micro- phones, connccflng cord and reel caps. Suggested Price See complete Sony lino at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS d Centet Sm st. s. Phono CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevisfon Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT ;CO Let i- 11MJ Cnanging World a Das! Tcleprotc 7 V.c-vio: Murder Fdrrri and Cily Onco Removed 1 relay Mary Tyler Moore Romper Rccm Carol Burneir Mr. Telescope Western Schools Tuesday Wight Friendly Nesvs re] Chci Helcne Alreef TOVJ Movio: Cry We If fci Navy Toho 33 Edge r-f TJight Family CciuT One Hcrthorn Summrr If) Lcl's a D-ial CFCN-TV lethbridgo Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Dick Van Dyka Nft'.vs WML Boslon al St. Louis Eddie's Father Nevis Diivitl Frosf WEDNESDAf Thcughl Icr M '00 Fd Alien (c) l3iRrrr Rc-rton Bewitched Beal 1h? Clcck Program HI Llijhis 'Wtiiil'i the Gccd Fashions in Sewinq V.'nrd Parloni Francais c You Can In Ccnvcrsalisn All About Faces l.ucy KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today in M ConcEntrstlon TUESDAY NIGHT News 6.00 Adam 17 Hawafl Five 0 GurvsmcXe Movls News Tooighf Show 6-.15 Our World S-iltjfc Agriculture fe) Today Show CO The Doctors 1 ;GO Anofhur FtfrjG Cf riiriM Sale cf the Century style (c) HollyA'OCd Sriuares Farr.ilv Affair Jeopardy fc) L.ucy Show fc> Game to Love (c) Ncv.s My Three Sons tc) Ne.vs 11-33 World Tumi Nicihtly Hew ,0 Carol Surnelt KFBB-TV Greor Falls Channel 5 (Cablcvislon Ch. Til TUESDAY NIGHT Uev.s (c) A: 30 Mod Squad Wovie: Thief tcl gar NcAi CapL Kan Dinah's E'30 Jack Audrey tcl o Nt-ws (c) Secret Slorrn One Lifp lo Llvi Our Lives (C) ;