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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Unpaid ammunition allowances Indian bands sue EDMONTON (CP) Four Alberta Indians bands have in- itiated a claim against the In- dian affairs department for about million in unpaid ammunition allowances under a Ireaty signed in 1877. Tlic demand for accrued rev- enues plus interest, by loaders FRONTIER DINING GOURMET DINING Featuring I PRIME RIBS I CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS und LOBSTER EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Phono 327-5701 f the Blood, Teigan, Surccc and Ulackloot bands, is based a clause in the treaty which allocates annually for ammunition, H. Itagan of the local Indian affairs office said Friday. Mr. Uagan said the money has not heen paid since the dis- appearance of the buffalo herds mid the corresponding depend- ence of the Indians on hunting for Ihcir livelihood. The ammunition clause stip- ulates that the money may lie spent on other benefits for (lie four tribes if the Indians agree. Mr. Itagain said the issue seems to IKS that in formnl agreement has ever made to spend money on anything other than ammunition al though annual government ex- penditures on housing ant other benefits far exceed, the LABOR CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY "LINEMEN" Members and Invited Guests! ammunition agreement. of tlic (our bands ue scheduled to meet with Dr. liarbcr, Indian claims :ommissioner, in Calgary Sept, 5 to discuss the treaty. Americans are told hoard food WASHINGTON (AP) Thi U.S. agriculture department- al a time when consumers an paying high prices for grocer its says Americans shouU hoard food in case o( atom! attack. The recommendation was in eluded in a new edition of pamphlet issued here Ihc Earn c'rjy the department rcportcc food prices soared to rcpor heights. The pamphlet, title Family Food Stockpile for Su was first issued in WO when civil defence and fear o nuclear attack were prevalen "Every family should cithe build up and keep a two-wee supply of regular Jood in tl home at all times or assemb and maintain a special tw weeks stockpile of surviva foods in the fallout shelter home." Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY DSETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denied Mechanic Suilo 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-72-14 Inlnbr'd-" Aucjui! 16, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGB HERAID 7 Orchestras group receives grant DILEMMA OF HORNS Spanish bullfighter Francisco "Paco" Nunez has things lui cd around a little during his performance in the bullring in Guodarrama, Spam. Paco apparently lost his fcoling and fell to the mercy of the bull. It is not known if he was in- jurcd.______________________________ North America drifting closer to Asia 011 map OTTAWA (CP) The Associ- ion of Canadian Orchestras, rmcd last year to promote de- clopment ot orcliestras and or- hcstral musicians, is one of 19 usic organizatioas receiving totalling from le Canada Council tliis year. The council is awarding 00 to the association (or an in- erim secretariat provided by ic Ontario Federation of Sym- iy Orchestras. The organ- zation will also receive up to for travel expenses of epreser.tafives of several com' munity orchestras attending the irst annual meeting in Winni- peg in June. Grants have been awardec or the 1972-73 operations of the various groups or lor special projects. Orchestras receiving grants Include: Victoria Symphony Or- jliestra, Victoria, tlio tegina Symphony Orchestra, itegina, and Ihe Na- Jonal Youth Orchestra, Colleges obtaining grants in- clude: Lakehead University, Thuhder Bay, Out.. and Dalhou-sie University, Halifax, McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 2002 3rd AVE. S. "Tbe People Who Take Time to Build Best" Bring you ihe finejl in Stereo Compon- ent! now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 By PETER LLOYD MONTREAL (CP) Recent approaches by Canada and the United States towards China may have been a dramatic po- litical breakthrough hut North America has been inching closer to Asia geographically (or millions of years, a Cana- dian scientist says. EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Nos........... Gamo No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cards JjQp< Each Children Umlar 16 Nol Allowed Bingo will also be played in tho club room for members and Ihcir invited Muilc Friday and Saturday Banquet facllittei MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL 7th Ave., 13th St. N. SATURDAY FROM 9-1 P.M. Music THE WESTERNERS MEMBERS AND GUESTS CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, Aug. 26th-9 p.m. FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE, WE FEATURE "Music by Frankly Bros." MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Tickets For Our "BAVARIAN NIGHT" _ (Hj SEPT. 2nd FEATURING F.rtWIN'5 ALPINE BAND COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HOCKEY INSTRUCTION SCHOOL The Community Services Department be spon- lorim a Hcckoy Inslruclionol School for Pee-Weo boys (10-12 years) from September 11 to September 16, 1972, and for Bantam boys years) from lembcr 18 to September 23, 1972 at Ihe Henderson Park IcQ Centre. Tho regislraHon ICG will be per boy for nino hours of ico time. Kefjisfrcilions will be taken In Room No. 4 of the Civic Spcrts Centre from Tuesday, Augusl 29 lo Thursday, August 31, 1972, belwcen the hours of p.m. 4 00 p.m. and p.m. p.m. Aro On Sale Now At Q Modern Barber Shop 0 North Bridge Meuls Gel Your Tickcti Earlyl J. Tuzo Wilson, professor of geophysics at the University ol 'oronto and principal of the mivcrsity's Erindale College, aid Wednesday the Atlantic Ocean is expanding and North and South America moving teadily westward. Such drifting is a matter o[ inly inches annually, he said. One ol the world's leading proponents ol the continental drift theory, Prof. Wilson is ex- )laining his ideas at the 21th ntcrnational Geological Con- fess here. He said in an Interview the dea that continents drift was irst proposed in the 19th cen- ury but it was not until recently that the theory re- ceived widespread acceptance among scientists. SOME DIDN'T FIT "There appeared to be an ob- vious fit across the South Atlan- ic but many other continents didn't fit. It was difficult to un derstand how continents can move and a mere observation of similarities doesn't explain it." The breakthrough in explain- ing the mechanisms of conti- mcntal drift came in 1950 "with the discovery that the mid ocean ridges are continuous around the world, that they are active and form the larges1 mountain range on earth." "ilarry Hess of Princeton said the ocean floor was spreading and new materia swelling up from the mantle a (he crack spread. At Ihc sami time, improvements in scismi SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES V-! CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BUCK AND TMK PREACHER" In color. Starring Sid- ney Pettier, Harry Helafonte, linby Dec nnd Cameron Mi'lclicll. Saturday, August 2G. Shows nt and p.m. Adult. Registrations served basis, as accepted. vill be tciken on a first come first only a limited number be Instructors for tbo school will bo: MR. HECTOR NEGREUO MR. STAN MAXWELL MR. LES COLWILL MR. GARRY CANADINE Each boy is requested to provide Viis own skates, itick and protective equipment. kFor further information, contact tbe Community irvicoi Department ot 328-2341, local 234. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MANY RIVKHS TO CROSS" In color. Sta.ring Robert Taylor. Saturday, August 20. Shows at ai.d p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "IIII.I.Y JACK" In Technicolor. Starring Tom I.nugMin and Derives Taylor. Saturday, August 26. Sliow at p.m. suitable (or children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SOMETHING HKI" In color. Starring Dean Martin. Shows al ami p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln "THE RAILWAY CHILDREN" In Technicolor. Saturday, August C.irtoon starts p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "SUNDAY, TH.OODY SUNDAY" Tn color. Saturday, Monday nnd Tuc.sday, August M, 2fl and 20. Snturd.iy shows at and p.m. .'tillable for children. aturday hort Last Picture Show" Last Complete Show n ml ay hort Subjects Last Picture Show" )ne Complete Show 'ARAMOUNT CINEMA iatnnlay ihort Subjects 'What's Up Doc" ,ast Complete Siiow innilay Short Subjects Up One Complete Show COI.LKCK CINEMA Short Subjects :Joc Kidd" ,.nst Complete Show Sunilav Short "Subjects "Jm Kidd" Last Complete Show GKKEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Hired Hand" "Andromeda Strain" One Complete Sunday "Blood of Dracula's Castle'1 "Nigljtmarc in Wax" 1 One Complete Show chnology showed material Is pptng downwards under con- icntal mountain ranges. "This meant there was a cir- ilar movement of material om (he ocean ridges to the ntinenUl mountain and cx- ained how continents can ift while the earth's size re- ains the same." Prof. Wilson said the move- ent takes place in solid rock, t doesn't mean the inside o! e earth is liquid." The continental drift theory is iceiving widespread attention the geological congress but a similar gathering in 1960 it as accepted by lew people, lie aid- OING SIMILAR WORK Another Canadian working on intinenUl drift is Prof. Ernie anasewick of t n e University Alberta. "He has recognized earth- uake waves from the Tonga slands near New Zealand pass under Hawaii and [low up in Alberta. Prof. Wilson said the conll cntal drift theory may aid sci- ntists in predicting earth- uakes as well as helping geol- gists in their explorations. He believes that big changes i the direction of drift occur rom lime to time. "Thus, 400 million years ago iiere existed a proto-Atlantic fhich closed then split .part 100 million years ago but n a slightly different place." Tiiis explained certain thco ries that Nova Scotia was origi ally part of North Africa whili other areas in eastern Nortl Ameiica seem to have more in common geologically with parts of Europe. The proto-Atlanti ay vest of Newfoundland an the Maritime provinces befor ,t closed, but when it reformec it lay further east in its prcsen Dosition. WOMAN TAKES OVER NEW YORK (AP) Zohi Kalil, a secretary from Dear Mich., was elected Sun day as the first woman pres' :lent of the Federation of L lamic Associations in United States and Canada, rep- resenting two million Muslims T251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. BONUS JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. If no bingo called after 58 not., we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALIOWED1 PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT SATURDAY, AUGUST 26-4 HITS AND A MISS GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. LAST TIME TONIGHT "THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN" tn Color DAVID WAYNE-ARTHUR Hill "HIRED HAND" IN COIOR PETER FONDA 2 BIG HORROR FEATURES 2 SHOWING SUNDAY AND MONDAY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT RESTRICTED ADUU NOW SHOWING ot and p.m. THE LAST P1LTUHE SHOW "A -PAUL 0. ZIMMERMAN, SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. TONIGHT thru TUES. at and p.m. AUDIT-NOT SUITABLE CHILDREN COLLEGE CLIMT EASTWOOD JOE KIDD NOW SHOWING Al end p.m. NOTE 2 SHOWS SUNDAY AT AND P.M. KCWMXGSBPA MUSIC LESSONS ENROLL NOW ACCORDION GUITAR PIANO DRUMS CHORD ORGAN ORGAN PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. Phone 327-7524 ;