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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Devices for the blind Bill Rudkin, co-ordin- ato'r of rehabilitation for the Montreal As- sociation for the Blind, shows Moreen Cochrane various devices she can use to get the best use of her remaining vision. Techniques for daily liv- ing, orientation and mob- ility are the most im- portant things a blind person must learn says M-. r Wednesday, November 20, 1974-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-43 New Arctic history chapter open CALGARY (CP) An Arc- tic expedition by a University of Calgary archeologist has opened a new chapter in Arc- tic prehistory. The summer-1974 expedition by Peter Schledermann and Robert McGhee unearthed 000-year-old dwellings 700 miles north of the Arctic Circle The dwellings, built by the first people to inhabit Canada's Far North, contain- ed tiny bone needles that were used to sew ancient cgribou skins and the charred remains of prehistoric fires. The remains provided clues in identifying- the hitherto- unknown people as belonging to a culture identified as Inde- pendence I. Prior to the expedition, archeologists believed a later culture known as Pre-Dorset to be the earliest people to migrate from Siberia and Alaska to the Canadian Arc- tic. "Now there is no doubt that Independence I is older than Pre-Dorset. We're talking about two different migrations into the Arctic." Mr Schledermann said CONSULTED AUTHORITY The 33-year-old Danish-born Canadian is one of the few archeologists to work in the central and high Arctic since 1924. Before setting out on his trip. Mr. Schledermann spent several weeks in Denmark consulting with 72-year-old Arctic explorer Eigil Knuth During explorations in northern Greenland in the 1940s, Count Knuth discovered several early sites which he named Independence culture alter Greenland's Independence Fjord. The culture has been traced as far back as years Count Knuth's work led the Calgary archeologist to believe he might discover traces of Independence I culture on Ellesmere Island. Carrying food and a ham ra- dio, he and Mr McGhee set out from Resolute in the northern Arctic, journeying eight or nine miles each day in quest of prehistoric artifacts They found the further inland they looked, the more likely they were to find the oldest sites "Nobody had found this material before because just haven't looked far enough Schledermann The best to you from Palm. Sour Cream. PRLM PAl M DA'FilES LIMIT! 'j Canada Grade A1 or A2 Steer Beef PRI ERI ROAST STEW BEEP 409 Boneless Canada Grade A1 or A2 Steer Beef, Ib. SHORT RIBS 7Qt Canada Grade A1 or A2 Steer Beef, Ib....... jf 8P GROUND SHOULDER 9 CROSS RIB ROAST SMOKED HAMS Olympic, Whole or Shank, Ib. SAUSAGE Breakfast Delight, Ib............. WIENERS 95 0 Olympic, 12 wt. Cinidi Gridi A1 or A2 Stier Beif. Ib BEEF SAUSAGE Home Made Vans, Ib.............. SIDE BACON Olympic, 1 Ib. pkg. 59' 139 ALLEN'S APPLE JUICE 48fl. oz. tin EACH 39 OLD DUTCH POTATO CHIPS 8 oz. pkg. 59 89< CANNED POP fijQQo SNACKS ROc RedLe.fAMorted.10fl.oz.tin ...................11899 DO CLAMATO JUICE 109 PEANUTS 119 Choco" Planters Blanched, 24 oz. pkg............................. s. 2 It. tin 8 09 DETERGENT KING PUNCH 5 Ib. box 2 09 SMOKED OYSTERS CHOWMEIN 119 wm_ sea Haul, 4oz. tin MBR Chun King, 5 varieties, 40 oz. tin I Hair Spray f SuddinBwirtY.fUg 16 fl. oz. tin 4 CHEF BOY-R-D PIZZA QQc MCLAREN'S OLIVES QRo Cherries, Onions or Gherkins, Kent, 12 fl. oz. jar un ng, vaees, oz TINY SHRIMP 790 SLOPPY JOE 79< 09 69 BS 59 I ;