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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ff THJ UTN1MWH HBAID Joturdtry, August Blackfoot Indians Seek Land Money CALGARY (CD Blackfoot those people south of the bor- tndians east of Calgary are seeking compensation from the United States government, far lands that were taken the tilth cenury. Adam Sohvav. chief of during "It was cm- land as much as theirs and we want to be com- pensated for it. tribe near Gle'ichen, said the Canada-U.S. border split the Blackfoot nation with the U.S. making scttlcnien only to We plan to negotiate with the i the U.S. government for Create New Park ST. JEAN DE PILES, Que. (CP) Representatives of'the federal and provincial govern- ments signed an agreement here creating Mauricie Na- tional Park in the St. Maurice Valley, 100 miles northeast of Montreal. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 claim well up in tlie millions of name Bull Treaty of 1885, also known as the Yellow River Treaty, was signed by cheifs frcm as far north as thp Red Deer River, Chief Sclwaj said, but compensation was never given to those in Qan ada. Calgary lawyer A. Webster llacDonald said he is seeking an international tribunal to settle the dispute. Unlisted Phone Number Story PENASCOLA, Fla. (P) Bill Parsons got the unlist- ed telephone number he asked for. but the company didn't tell Parons or his wife what it was. When Parsons called information he was told, "That is an unpublished number at the customer's re- quest and it is not given out." ALBERTA PIPELINE HALF FINISHED Workmen lower a section of the 193-mile Ed- monton-to-Calgary refined product, pipeline. More than 90 miles of the multi-mil .on dollar project nWe been completed and work is expected to end in November. The pp- line built by Gulf Oil Canada, will transport motor gasolines and fuel oils from tns company's new barrel-a-day refinery under construction in Edmonton, to ter- minal facilities at Calgary.________________________________________ Million For West Farmer SASKATOON (CP) About million will be distributed to farmers through Operation Lift this year, Otto Lang, minis- ter in charge of the Canadian wheat board, said here. Of that total, from to NOTE Because of expanded facilities, rapeseed grown over and above existing contracts may now be contracted through a Supply Contract with Western Canadian Seed Processors Ltd. THIS NEW SUPPLY CONTRACT Insures delivery of all stock between January 1st ond July 21st, 1971 Choice of selling date with price f.o.b. Lethbridge on date of sale selected by the grower Farm storage paid at the rate of le per bushel per man h from contract dote to delivery date a possible lie per bushel Cash advances available based on 50% of current price upon delivery ENQUIRE WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. P.O. Box 99 LETHERIDGE Phone 327-5731 million will be injected required correction, a Ca- Saskatchewan under the wheat board spokesman :hrough which farmers are here. not to grow wheat he said, was responding to criti- another to million to from the National Farm- iistributed in Union complaining produc- Operation LIFT will be could sell no grain without continued next year, he permit books. but some aspects such as the discontinuation of the spokesman said the board realized the situation quota and seeded grassland provision that allowed resulted in many farmers being unable to take ad- to sell wheat in of markets for rape- with the amount of grassland on their farm, might be and rye and was striving to forward permits to farmers with1 the least possible delay. BOOKS WITHHELD Between 23 and 33 per wheat board also said the LIFT program had placed a of farmers' permit books administrative loan on been withheld because capabilities. Device Warns Patients WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (AP) Three scientists have created a computer about the size of a deck of cards that they say may save thousands of lives by warning heart-care patients of possible trouble. The device, called VIDA- Ventricular Impulse Detector and off a loud .time to buy M ski-cloo thjnineteen-seventy-mie Seven different series...27 models that's also the lowest priced Ski-Doo ever. Elan TOI ins first time snowmobiler or the family that wants more than me. And it s fast one of 27 new Ski-Doo snowmobiles for seventy-one. 27 exciting ways to enjoy winter. Each built better and backed by beSeVvice. See them now. Deals have never been sweeter, prfces have never been lower and trade-in allowances so generous. next winter's fun this summer. Buzz in to your Ski-Doo Dealer's now and buzz off with a new Ski-Dooi RAYMOND MOTORS CO. LTD RAYMOND, Alto. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD 913 3r'J Avonue SoulH IETH6RIDGE, Alia. beep when a patient's heart produces "ectopic" beats, a sure sign of usually fatal heart filbrillation that causes the heart to stop pumping. Once the alarm sounds, pa- tients have about three days to seek medical attention, the inventors say. Creators of the shirt-pocket computer are Dr. John W. Gofman of San Francisco, and two California electronics spe- cialists, Robert L. Chapman of Danville and Richard D. Lawhorn of Castro Valley, who have set up offices in this San Francisco-Oakland sub- urb. A prototype model has been developed, and a dozen more are being built for testing be- fore marketing, possibly in 1971, the men say. The normal number of a pa- tienfs heart beats is set in the computer beforehand, and as long as the heart functions normally no sound is made. U.S. Killer Proclaims Innocence ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) John Norman Collins publicly jroclaimed his innocence for he first time before he was sentenced to life impris- onment on a conviction of kill- ing an Eastern Michigan Uni- versity co-ed. The 23-year-old Collins de- clared his innocence when Cir- cuit Court Judge John W. Conlin asked whether he had anything to say before the mandatory life sentence was imposed. Collins stood up and said: "There are two tilings. First, I honestly feel that this com- munity tried to give me a fair trial but I think that it was a travesty of justice which took place in this court over the past six or seven weeks. I hope some day that error will be corrected. "Second, I never knew a girl by the name of Karen Sue Beineman. I never held a con- versation with Karen Sue Beine- man. I never took her to a wig shop. I never took her to my un- cle's home. I did not take the life of Karen Sue Beine- man." BODY MJDE WHEN FOUND Collins was convicted Aug. 19 of killing Miss Beineman, an I iS-y ear-old Grand Rapids, j Mich., girl. She was last seen I alive July and her nude land battered body was found three days later. I Judge Conlin told Collins that i "If by chance they (the jurors) were wrong, I. am sure it will be corrected." Collins' story is far from over. His lawyers have announced plans for an process which may well take years. Collins was born in Windsor, Ont., but moved with his family to the United States at an early ajo. Woofoo This Merchandise On Sals Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantities limited. reserve ths right to limit quantities. TOWELS Good IE srns. 1.86 INFLATABLE CHAIRS outdoor uss. Idt 's TV chairs. 1.98 For indoor or outdoor use. Ideal to us as children's TV chairs. EACH ----HBHL---------------- Discontinued Line of IP RECORDS Choose from Paul Anka, Dion, Al Hirt, Glen Miller ond many more. EACH 1.33 STUDY LAMPS Metal and wood construction. 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