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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Monday, September 20, 1971 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 5 Boy, 8, fount after being k BANFF (CP) Tim Adams, 8, of Calgary was found safe Sunday night after being lost in the Sundance Canyon area of Banff National Park for 5V4 hours. Tim wandered away from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Adams, during a- rain and snow storm in the resort area 80 miles west of Calgary. The Adams notified park superintendent S'teve Kun, who at Banff >st 5 hours ganized a search party of park wardens and RCMP officers. Warden Randy Chisholm. on horseback, and equipped with a two-way radio, found Tim. Mr. Chisholm said the boy had a sore leg and was hungry and cold, but ollierwise in good condition. Tim was found six miles away from where he had become separated from his COLD LAKE (CP) Indian parent in Alberta are threatening to keep children out o: school unless Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien docs something about conditions on five reserves. The parents, after a meeting Friday, Voiced support for parents on 'uic Cold Lake reserve who are keeping 170 students up to Grade 6 out of school to back demands for better facilities. On the Kehewin reserve, said snokesrnyn Teresa Godwa, protest s kindergarten is a 22 year-old building which "leaks when it rains." in the winter, you can't close the doors. If you slam them, the glass in tie doors shatters." The reserve wants a school with gymnasium and other facilities capable of handling up U> Grade 12. TRAVEL BY BUS Students in grades 7 to 12 at the Cold Lake reserve travel by bus to Cold Lake, St. Paul, Bonnyville and Granik com Representatives from the St. Paul and Alberta regional offices of the Indian affairs department attended the ireeling Friday but parents from the Cold Lake, Kchewiii, Frog Lake Beaver Lake and Saddle Lake reserves dismissed them as "ineffective." Harold Cardinal, president o[ the Indian Association of Alberta told the parents ho supported the strike. "We've spent three years just reaching the point of being able to talk to Mr. Cardinal said. "Now we lalk and that seems to be the end or it. No action has been taken." AT MASS SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -Chile celebrated its 161sl anniversary of independence Saturday with a mass in the capital's Roman Catholic cathedral. Among those attending was Marxist President Salvador Al-Icnde. i V v W l" 1 LIKE FATHER, ETC. Tho old alia appllei to byll families. The Duke of Edinburgh, top, hai been a loud polo enthusiast for yean. Charlei, now 21, lordles o pony with timilar royal ityle. Caouette: Canada lids too much W EEER (CP) The meeting Cteent o[ Canada must withdraw a resolution to Hsiiizing production and a provincial leader PigBms to encourage of the federal F-csl Caouette, withdrawal was titii leader of the on the motion party said raised at the party's llr. Caouette, during a convention next tieetiflg o[ the party, J. Hooke, former problem is not just Credit cabinet %lion o[ French or he will seek tet of having too much for the party in riding in the next don't know what to our textiles, our Hooke did not seek 'Unto and our wheat in Uie Aug. 30 ctisllo election in 'ft have too much of federal riding now by Robert Thompson, Caouette also said leader of the national v'lcil) leaders of the Credit sitting as syi remain at Uiat level because it "more confusion else." lesaid he felt a tjce presidents and zone could do a better job "eKb Illicit FRANCISCO CAP) proves Air West has a layoff of 200 of its lOIBBAY (AP) Five because of "the ffbo drank illicit poor economy of the French polish died and airline 40 miles from Litchfield, Silirday. Indian poh'ce any publicity The incident was here the airline On Thursday, 72 31 is cutting back (he same stuff in Its winter Kljplli, near Bombay. reducing the number a product based on of flights where >ai, fe added by volume makes Diggers to their illegal br a greater kick and duress, when its the 5.9 per cent layoff and planned service hgh, consumers become blddrnd sometimes Hughes will continue to fly to. all 72 cities it serves eight western states, Mexico and Canada, he Of serves Alrzona, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah and Awl plus Calgary, Alta., and ffiur resort cities in western jffl publisher fn ihert ja a aimple of rapid reading which enable you to rending speed nnd yet rruch more. Most people (CP) how much they in federal labor 1heir pleasure, are detrimental to Dni by reading industry and general anf Kre? economy, a member Itcifding 10 this Calgary Chamber of regardless of Prtler) reading skill, can use technique ID improve lending obilily )o a degree. Whelher N. Demco, chairman of Hie chamber's management and labor committee, told bioks, technical mailer, passage of (he 1o read received first OT a glance and mean more seconds wilh this and radical changes law economic Jj Ocquoint iho readers proposals restrict rtwspaper wilh tho right to make rules of innovations and skill, ihc company full doloih of Us solf-lrnining method to strike while a collec-ive agreement was still in hooltlet, to he RoTC'n Calgary nnd Edmon t o It anyone who requests of commerce Send your name, and zip codo to: a Joint brief oppos-ng the Wundcloin. HI. the Calgary meeting, loi'tard will do. Alger was named 1971-72, succeeding oil W. E. "The Quality Goes In Before The Name Goes On" Ths Eddinglon Beautiful Contemporary ilyled compact console in genuine oil finished Walnut veneeri, or in genuine Pecan veneeri with the look of fine distressing 5" x 3" Twin Cone Speaker. Zenilh Aulomatic VHP and UHF Concentric Tuning Controli with Illuminated channel numbers. 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