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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 TNI HIUID Saturday, Jsmiwry II, Natives offered settlement for ouster from Jasper GRANDE CACHE (CP) Same 200 native people, some of them descendants of Indians who were driven out of Jasper National Park in 1910, say they have been offered about 20 seres each in settlement of their long dispute with the gov- ernment. Representatives of the In- dians and Metis In the group met here with their lawyer and decided further discussion was Power plant for Montana HELENA, Mont. (AP> The Montana Power Co. today an- nounced It will spend mil- lion em new plant and property in 1972. The firm said the first million would go toward con- struction of a million elec- tric generating station at Col- strip in eastern Montana. BUY TANK STANSTEAD, Que. (CP) A Sherman tank used by the Ca- nadian Army in Korea has been purchased as a war memorial to be situated in the north end of this village. It replaces an old First World War cannon that was scrapped during the Second World War. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldfl. M PHONE 328-76841 needed an a provincial govern- ment offer of acres as permanent settlement. One key issue still to be ne- gotiated concerns ownership o land i r o u n d Grande' Cache Lake near their homes in tlie foothills, 235 miles west of Ed monton, a spokesman said Another concern Is cash com pensation for travel already ta ken from Un land offered them top soil removal and discus- sions about payments for roads, railways and utilities. The native people involves are not Treaty Indians. Man are descendants of early Metis guides who came west with the fur trade. Others are descen- dants of Iroquois and Saulteaux Indians who were driven out a Jasper National Park when was formed in 1910. They lived in isolated tence until the development bj Mclntyre Porcupine of coa deposits in the area they tra dittonally held. Find all bodies at crash site PUCALLPA, Peru (Reuter) All 91 bodies of the victims of Christmas Eve jungle plan crash near this central Pen vian town have been recovered the Peruvian air force sai today. The announcement sai 56 bodies, including that of Ger man-born ornithologist Mari Anna Koepclte, whose 17-year old daughter Juliane was the sole survivor of the crash, hav< been identified. CO-OPERATIVE COUNTRY CLUB ARE YOU INTERESTED ARE YOU CONCERNED This Is o unique concept In fornily relationship to bat the trend af noncommunication of family members) while releasing tension! of home, work and ichoolj by working end playing together for a common goal and CreatB a lasting relationihip with ydur children, ipan the GENERATION GAP. As the maddening pece of modern icciery leers and wean you down and out; you and yours need a place to regain health and vigor and a icnse of peace of mind and unity In the family. My proposed project entails o CO-OPERATIVE COUNTRY CLUB which would include planning, working and playing together for common including golf, hunting, fishing, tkating, inowmobiling, horseback riding and maintenance of hones year round) oil of this on your own country club built by you for you. There are many more Interesting aspects of ihls typi of program, if you or your family would be interested in this project please write ta Box 13, Lethbridge Herald. give name, addreu and phone number so as I can arrange an appointment with you to further discusi this unique opportunity. "What Me Build a Why Not? Now'i the time to begin building camper, trailer, er con- verting a but for next summer. It'i easy when done care- fully and when and if a problem ariiee the itaff at PrebCa Recreation it ready to supply professional advice. PrebCo's 10% Builder's Discount Allowi You 10% Off All New Materials j ALSO AVAILABLE AS MUCH AS 50% OFF Slightly damaged material such at doors, windows, ____cabinet board hardware, aluminum siding, etc. REGISTER NOW AND PREPARE TO ENJOY 197fl SUMMER MONTHS (AT HALF THE COSH PREB.QO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. 600 4th AVENUE NORTH, LETHBRIDGE PROM 328-4421 OPEN WEEKDAYS AND SATURDAY MORNING ARCTIC GAS WEU Steam surrounds the rig of a Panorctic Oils Ltd. well at Kristoffer Bay on Ellef Ringnei Island in the Arctic. The company discovered gas during a drill-stem test but further information of the find has not been released. New vapor turbine engine developed by scientists DETROIT (AP) DuPon scientists have developed a new vapor turbine engine which hey say, is simpler and mon efficient than conventional steam engines. The engine, presented this week at the Society of Automo- tive Engineers congress here uses a fluid chemically o Freon. The fluid is vaporized in a ro- ating boiler and forced over whine blades. After passing over the blades, the gas passes through a spinning condenser where it turns back into a liq uid, then flows back into the niter. A company spokesman said the new power plant has major advantages over conventional team engines because it re- [uires neither a pump to move [uid from the condenser back to the boiler nor a blower to move air over the condenser. The engine can run on a vari- ety of fuels including kerosene oil. The fluid used has a boiling point of about 400 degrees Fah- enheit, nearly twice that of water. This allows the con- JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF STEVE TOMIE Brent togan. General Sales Manager. Beny Chevrolet Oldimobile is pleated to an- nounce that STEVE TOMIE hai ioined their sales staff. Steve was born in Taber and has ipenl all his life in Southern Alberta. He is a married man with 4 married children. He las been in the automobile sales field for over 20 years. Steve welcomes his many 'riends and former customer! hroughout the south to geft lim at Beny'i for their motor- ng needs. He will be most pleased to assist them. denser to operate at much higher temperatures than in a steam engine, making conden satioo easier at normal air tern peratures. DuPont currently has a work ing 20-horsepower version of the engine and sees expansion to 20G horsepower with existinj technology. The spokesman sale the company has no plans for advanced development or pro- duction of tire engine, which i has patented. He said, however, that the chemical firm would be inter- ested in licensing arrangements for production and also in sales of the fluid. Oil nations resume talks on losses (GENEVA (Renter) Minis- ters of oil-producing countries decided Friday to resume nego- tiations with the major Western oil companies after talks aimed at compensating the countries for losses incurred by devalua- tion of the U.S. dollar had bro- ken off Thursday night. Officials of the Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Coun- tries announced the new talks after a meeting Friday. "We simply want an 8.5-per- cent price increase, the amount the dollar was devalued against said Iranian Finance Minister Jamshid Amouzegar in announcing that negotiations would resume. The four days of talks with a ive main oil companies team beaded by George Piercy, direc- tor of Standard Oil of New Jer- sey, were taken off Thursday and OPEC Secretary-General Nadim Pachachi said: "The ne- gotiations are broken off as far as we are concerned." There had been some specula- tion the OPEC states might de- cida TS unilaterally raise the price of cnVe oil from the Per- sian Gilf irea, on which the alks have centered, or even threaten to stop or stow.down supplies. Most Persian gulf crude oil goes to Western Eu- rope and Japan. I HAVE MOVED ANDY'S BARBER SHOP 526 6th St. S. (WEST OF HAIG CLINIC) We) our many friends and customers, to our new location for: RAZOR CUTS SHAG CUTS RICHARD HJRUKAWA MODERN STYLES SHAMPOOS OPEN Ml DAY SATURDAY REGULAR A.I.A. PRICES 2-HOUR FREE PARKING SERVICES WITH OR WITHOUT APPOINTMENTS ANDY VAN DOORN Phone 328-7215 I: The end of a Newfoundland era ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) JoKph Robert! Snullwood, almost 13 yon after leading Newfoundland into Confedera- tion, la finally ready to itep down if the tint only premier of Newfoundland to date. On Feb. 5, a party con- vention will name his succes- sor u leader of the in Canada's 10th province. When the 71-year-old pre- mier announced Thursday that hit Liberal government will resign next week, it marked the end of an era in Newfoundland history shaped by his personal dominance of virtually every important as- pect of provincial life. He got a start in politics in 1928 as fjimpnign manager for Sir Richard Squires' Lib- eral government In the then self-governing British domin- ion. Four years later, he tried his band before the people, only to be defeated as a Lib- eral candidate in Bonavista South. In 1934, the United Kingdom appointed a seven-man com- mission to govern a bankrupt Newfoundland asd it was not1 until 1947 that a national con- vention was chosen to chart Newfoundland's constitutional future. During that period, Mr. Smallwood began broadcast- ing a nightly radio program called The Barrel- man, a term applied to look- out men on sealing ships. By 1M3, Mr. Smallwood's voice wu one of the best known In Newfoundland. He established a pig farm In 1943 to supply pork to flyers ferrying war planes across the Atlantic. But when the na- tional convention wu an- nounced for 1946, he sold the farm and headed for politics with a dream of Confederation in his head. Elected a Confederate in Bonavista Centre, he gathered the biggest majority of any politician ever received there. He travelled by boats, oars and a small plane to press his cause, and it was said he came to know by name of Newfoundland's res- idents at that time. JOSEPH SMALLWOOD exploit! legendary halted Ruler Gerald Johnton of th. Picture P.O. Elks No, 561 prtHnti cor keys to EMI Euckman, wlnntr of car raffled at thi annual Elki Carnival In Picture Confederation finally wno by majority of lew than tin per cent. Newfoundland be- came a Canadian province and Mr. Smalhnnd's Uberal party victory in the 1M6 pro- vincial election confirmed him as premier. Early failures set upon the new premier during a drive for quick Industrialization; then iron mines were opened up in western Labrador, where two towns were carved from the wilderness with a combined population of Newfoundland got a paved Trans-Canada Highway com- pleted in 1966, with the federal government paying 90 per cent of the cost. In 1977, development began on the Churchill Falls hydroe- lectric project, long v Small- wood objective, and he has since made known his Inten- tion to persuade me British Newfoundland Corp. to build a uranium enrichment plant on the site. The exploits of the New- foundland premier, Canada's only living "Father of Confed- became-legend as he fought to bring the newest province up to the economic level of other parts of the country. He was born la Gunbo on Bonavista Bay CtrMmM Eve, 1900, one of Charlea W. Smallwood'f 13 children. An uncle paid for his educa- tion, but his flnWied quit school to wot as a printer's deviL Two yean later he started on a reporting career with the St. John's Tel- egram, He later worked for newspapers in Halifax, Bos- ton, New York and London. In 1925, be returned to New- foundland and three yean later got his political start. When bis government wait to the polls last October for 'Jie seventh time, his plan wai In win again and retire to triumph. But fate and the electorate decided otherwise. ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP Construction Co. lid. SAND and GRAVEL PHONE r 328-2702 REGION 14 UNIFARM BONSPIEL JAN. 31st, FEB. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Lethbridge Civk Ice Centre OPEN TO ALL UNIFARM MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATED MEMBERS 4 EVENTS 520 PER RINK Deadline Monday, January 17th ENTRIES TO: MISS MOLLY COUPIAND 721 9th St. South, or Phone 327-0495 FRANK WALKER'S UNNECESSARY SALE! THE STORE WITH THE COMPLETE NEW STOCK! 20% Off on all Winter Outer Wear OVERCOATS-CAR COATS-LEATHERS and DOWN JACKETS SPORT JACKETS 50% DOUBLE KNITS, BELTED BACKS PRICE i FAKE FUR COATS 1-38, 1-40, 1-44 .50 Value Now For..... 62 SUITS VALUE TO Sizes 36 to 48 Short, Tall, Regular All 65 Suits in Latest Styles 2 PRICE Any Shirt in the Store at Regular Price Select any or Tie FREE! ALL UNADVERTISED MERCHANDISE NOT SPECIALLY MARKED 10% Discount On Our Entire Stock! Welcome! MEN'S CLOTHES 321 7th St. S. ;