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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 19, 1874-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Young Canadian Indian chief learns to play by white rules Concluded from Page 10 calf operation and grain farming. The fanning and cow- calf operations will take worth of work, equipment, materials aid professional advice, he estimates. But after deducting the expected grants and free consultation, he says the band may only have to raise in loans. "There's grants all over the bloody he from a provincial program for pasture development to the federal Local Initiatives Program With economic develop- ment, he says, the reserve will no longer need subsidies and the taxpayers' money will be saved. Chief Starblanket has al- ready achieved virtual independence from the much-criticized federal department of Indian affairs, which other Indian spokesmen have accused of being patronizing and in ef- fect trying to keep Indians dependent on Ottawa. Asked whether the department has hampered his efforts, he said "they used to but they don't any more because I have enough political clout to go to someone higher up if I get any static from some petty bureaucrat." And he says that the suc- cess story of the Starblanket reserve will be repeated on many other reserves. Okotoks family entertain, geese DO YOU NEED PARTS? FOR Stoves-Washers-Dryers-Vacuums We can supply almost any part you need from out stock at below competitive prices Elements Burners Elements Toggles We are a authorized dealer for CHROMALOX and APCOM Original Parts FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244-3rd Ave.S. Phoite 327-4070 OKOTOKS (CP) Every spring, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Willumsen entertain 100 to 150 guests and a wild lot they are, too Mrs Willumsen knows almost all of them by name and although the Canada geese are wild birds, they will eat out of her hand. The flock stops in Okotoks, about 15 miles south of Calgary, every year to nest The geese wait until their young are old enough to fly; then they leave the Willumsen ranch to spend the summer in northern Canada They return for a while in the fall, but when a cold spell comes they are off for winter quarters in the south The geese began stopping at the ranch in 1940, shortly after Mr. and Mrs. Willumsen bought the land. "At first it was just a few that built their nests here in the Mrs. WillumseH said. "We fed them, and year by year more of them came to the ranch Now the whole flock stops by. cJLta. P.O. BOX 357 COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE PHONE 32S-M71 Southern Sires Ltd. have full Quarantine facilities for your new European imports, male or female. The females will be bred to the sire of your choice while in quarantine. Call 328-9671 for further information and reserva- tions. Southern Sires also conducts A.I. Courses for the Farmer Rancher during the Fall and Winter. These courses are held either in the evening for 10 evenings or a full 5 days. A full lint of... ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION EQUIPMENT at reasonable prices Trailers move food VANCOUVER (CP) Canadian National Railways says it now is carrying the largest refrigerator equipped highway trailer units in Western Canada to transport frozen foods and vegetables from Vancouver to markets in eastern and central Canada. The units are transported on special flat cars. The trailers, which late last year began moving packaged meat from Alberta to eastern Canada, are 45 feet long and 102 inches wide. Color AccuTouch electronic pushbutton tuning Super AccuColor Picture Tube 100% Solid State, volt chassis AccuMahc 4: automatic regulation of brightness, contrast, color and tint Automatic Fine Tuning (AFT) Lighted Channel Indicators 5" Oval Duocone Speaker Remote Control all VHF UHF channels Model CTO 575 Suggested List 695 RCA brings you the XL100 color portable rated No. 1 in North Amer- ica with electronic push button tuning. Van's Introductory Price Only VAN'S TV SALES and SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. S. Open Thurs. A Fri. till 9 p.m. Phone 327-5020 No longer will Indians live in the past and be content with the image of the "noble red he says. "There are up-and- coming, ambitious, energetic young chiefs now and they want part of the action." SIMMENTAL BULLS Prairie Boy and Pacific 10 months old DAVE RUARK Phone 485-6529 Vulcan, Alberta Used Farm Equipment MISCELLANEOUS 2-J.D. 100 Chisel Plows 24" weeder attachments, ea. Krause 298 Chisel Plow 9' extentions, 3 pt. hitch J.D. 301 Fertilizer Distributor wheels................ J.D. 400 Grinder Mixer.................... 700 750 '1650 USED HAY EQUIPMENT N.H.2M Bale Wagon 36 Bales N.H. 1010 Bale Wagon 55 Bales '2000 '4000 I.H.C. No2AHay Conditioner Balers Case 330 P.T.O. Baler overhauled.......... N.H. 273 P.T.O. Baler only has done 3000 bales....... N.H.269P.T.O. Overhauled.............. N.H. 268 P.T.O. Overhauled N.H. 277 P.T.O. Overhauled N.H.78P.T.O. Overhauled 525 750 '2550 '1850 '1450 '3750 '1000 SWATHERSS.P. Versatile 103- 15'S.P........... Versatile 103 -12' S.P. M.F.34- M.F.36- irs.p........... I.H.C. 175- 16'S.P........... '1200 '1700 '1700 '2900 '2300 WE HAVE MANY MORE USED ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LISTI Milliken Farm Supplies Ltd Phone 223-4437 Taber and Island Implements Phone 545-2121 Bow Island ;