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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 36-THE LETHBRIDGi HERALD Wednesday, October 2, 1OT4. Looking for votes A relaxed Conservative party leader Edward Heath drapes his arm across a chair as he carries his British election campaign to Luton. Warring Indians promised help BONNERS FERRY, Idaho (AP An interior depart- ment official has promised immediate government assistance for the peacefully warring Kootenai Indians nere, a tribal spokesman said Tuesday Douglas Wheaton said Roy Sampsel. special assistant to interior Secretary Rogers C B. Morton, pledged both long and short-term aid during a visit late Monday to the area. Wheaton. the tribe's com- munity field representative, said Sampsel's pledge is "the first ray ol light we've seen" since the Kootenais declared war on the United States Sept. 21 in search of lands lost 12C years ago and a treaty. The non-violent war has consisted of picketing by the tribe along two highways near here Motorists have been ask- ed to pay a 10-cent toll. Kootenais say they lost 1.6 million acres of land in Idaho and Montana in 1855. They seek a 128.000-acre reser- vation, new payments for the lost land and hunting, fishing, water and mineral rights. Wheaton said the tnbe was preparing documents, for delivery to Sampsel in two days, outlining the tribe's needs He said Sampsel promised to report to Morton Boy, 2, dies of exposure in B.C. pool VICTORIA