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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE HERAIO Friday, Auguil -1, 1972 History NORTH HAY, Onl. Plans are to propose to North llay city council resto- ration ami pivservulum of some of tin; landmarks oii Hie route tin1 famed French voyn- geurs of the ITtli cenUiry used to open up iVorlh America. The Fort T.iiHomlt: Kiwlora- tion Committee ami the liislur- ira) committee of I he North Bay and DLsrict Chamber of f'onimerco plan to its'; t'oulie11 for Hie restoration of Fort LaHosule. a fnr-lradim; at the mouth of the La Vase River. The plans include con- structing a honorim; Ilio voyage UTS und a re created of lhe issing Indians enmmlercd by Sanu'el do CiKunjilam and the Hecollet mission lines mure tlirn 300 Also, the city's director of and ashed caiu'.cU to a r> mrl i'i I'-; city. The r'.'ccUvcly prclci't the en'1're cily Iw contrnllim pit quarry crjsx-ntiflit hut it by removal of fill from a U'e to be ere c( the portages used hy A 1 r e a tl y some further moves are be in1: annderal hy ctx'jicil to ive.eiTe the his- torical Oily a QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH M ;ha ic Capitol FUM'IUEO mm PHONE 323-7 muster for development of Park at (he iiioulli of the Vusp, on the clinics of Luke Nipissintf. IKHTi: OF KXIM.OUCKS The; plan calls for a tent and trailer park nn the south side of UK; river, a access the river. Mime marine facilities atui a of the moulli of the. river for a short distance. The significance, of all Ihfi plans is thut tlvjy cover part of route traced by the 1 rcncli explorer Kticnnc: Jlrnle in lino. lie prohnbly the first white, man to sets J.nlu1 The lie follinvcil to be for the next 2W viv.rs the most mine for lite exploration of North America. Me travelled, like the voyjiycurs who fol- lowed him, from what now is M i) i) t r c a 1 up ilic Ottawa hiver, the MatUnva Kiver, through Lake Talon, Trout Lake and down the La Vase to Lake The route then crossed Lake Nipissiiij; and followed (be French lUver to Georgian Bay. Over these portages and waterways travelled such men Champhiin, Nicolct, luiilisson [ind Groseilliers, Jo- llet, Cadillac, Frascr and MacKenzie. Ilislovian George Rumney tlic route formed Hie most important canoe route to the west in the jind 18th centuries, IJuL much of (his liisloric Two prison escapees n MIAMI, Fla. fCP) Two cs- iwd p'.isov.ers, one convicted cf were among a gang cf bi'acl'ers who comimm'eiT- ed a Delta jet flight to Algiers, the FBI said here. The FIJI cliarged five Detroit, Mieii., persons aircraft piracy and reeommc'tded tliat eacli, if captured, be placed uric'cr SI million bail the same amount of ransom ob- taircd in the Helta lujncking. five were George Brown, 28; Melvin McNp.ir, Jean Card McXair. Ceorge ICd- v.'nrd 2H, and Joyce Till- crson 23, .said special iting agent Kenneth Whit taker, in charge of tae Miami FBI office. He said Wright, convicted of murder, and Browii, serving time for armed robbery, broke atlenclant, the FBI said. Brown was convicted of armed robbery in HlizubcMi, N.J., in and renienccd to three lo five years. The penalty for aircraft pir- acy includes a mandatory mini- mum sentence of 20 years in prison. SKINLESS CAMPFIRE SAUSAGE Sole (g Ibs. Ijjljj CENTRE VILLAGE BAGS 10 per pkg. QQd Rog. 2 for 96c. SALE for QQ" MACLEODS TOP VALU ViMEGAR 128-01 Sale JIGSAWS Reg. 14.88 SALE H CENTRE VILLAGE SQUIRREL PEANUT BUTTER SALE GAS LAWN MOWERS ,35 Reg. 71.88 SALE M CENTRE VILLAGE CANTALOUPE Jumbo SALE J, for "f SKES Rog. 18.38 SALE Jj CENTRE VILLAGE DUiicnrLi DUNi SALE per dor 3 IULUKEU DniCFi e Reg 1 35 SAIE CENTRE VILLAGE PlfRiTAN STEWS ejj remain visible. Hut the North Bay pluns, if I hey come lo fruition, preserve part of Ilio lust link in the vtiyamours' La poitago.s. Winnipeg clown (lies at age 88 WINNIPEG (CP) Brad the Clown, known fo Ihousaruls of j Winnipeg ymingsLcrs as llic CiOWJi the free bnlhibns, huB died. Ho Horn AJherl lie Enunclied n circus career when he ran away from home in Bristol, Knghmd to join a cir- cus troupe. In Manitoba, he was a regu- lar pcrfornKT al chnrily uv- ctits, using one of his props a cicjnr tluit tlroopct) he smoked it. Jlrad's pockets were always full of halJoons. "I give a bnlloca lo every child I meet, on Iniscs, oj) llic street, he .said in a 19G7 interview, "Their smiles arc the most important thing to me." Mr. Uradshaw's wife died in Fchruary. He is survived by a daughter, five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, A funeral is to he lielu Saturday. Canada's first Indian credit union set to go LIVE IN CITIES Eighty-four per cent of South African whites live in urban areas. HAPPY WITH INEXPENSIVE KIT Ea.-ry Greenfield a singing commercial for a stcre lo pay iho recording costs for his first More; lhan half of ihe S'ISO sludio budget spenf on the 'A' Siuf i) I he 'B' scngj York's Closed To- nighl, lhat picked up a if p'ay across Canada and i1 is lookfng like a Top 10 smasli more and more every clay. Lwngliced wants CTC licad to he iiam-cd from West VANCOUVKK (CD Cim- ada's [irsL Ijufian cvtdit untun, the Credit Union, is rculv to move into tlie .saviiifjs- ovote is a ven- ture Iminclied by Ilu; DrLlLslt Cokimbiii Association of N'un- Sttilns Indians. The union ic uvL'd its formal oii-nUT in July anil will start loans as as assel.s each Since the inilial deposits tnatie by the W- signing mem- hers over SIJKIO, arc optimistic that this mount S'iill has hopes AMMAN, Jordan (IleLilcsr) Piclnch Dombio, CU'mKiivljinn' hirer, says he to Saturday fn in on a voyage I'.iat end in Ajnerica. f Jcinbi'fi, iiccompaiiiecl liy wife ;ind two sons, hit Cor a Jfji't'astiiin itcd S'ja a'tyr telling a conference I'LL- thinks he has a l.'fJ-Iid chartce rompM- ing two-ycai'j voya; e. The Hombro family, from Sask., v.il] in a 30-foot cahinvoofl (lie Piicenicia, in an effort lo prove that ancient Phoenicirms could have pimrjorcd a toule to North Aiuoricn by