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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1t74 Recreation area established in Kimberly-Nelson region VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia government lias set aside acres in the Kootenays between Nelson and Kimberley as a recreation wilderness to be known as the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy. ALL BREEDS EXOTIC SALE at Klltam Auction Mwktt, Kiltam TUESDAY, APRIL FEATURING 37 outstanding 'Slmmental open W. 'Stewart. Mannville. Reference sires Munter, Mark I, Harold, Thunder. Beno. 1 Sired by Parisien with Pure Heifer Calf at Foot. 1% Heifer Calf sired by Galant and FlorionDam. 12 Excellent quality, Semen tested 2 year old Purebred and Charolals bulls from Chester- ville Ranches Co. Ltd., Lafond. 22 Outstanding R W Maine Anjou Heifers from Anchor Bar Ranch, Hughendon. -PLU8- 1Vz Simmental Cow with heifer calf at foot; 17 open Simmental Heifers; 1 Bred Slmmental Heifer; 1 open Maine Anjou Heifer; 4 open Chianina Heifers; 9 open Charolais Heifers; 38 Commercial cattle bred Chianina, Tarentaise, Marchigrana, Normande, Pinz- gauer and Galloway; 3 Charolais Yearling Bulls; 11 Maine Anjou Yearling and 2 year old bulls; 4 Sim- mental Yearling Bulls; 6 Murray Grey Yearling Bulls; 1 Chianina Yearling Bull; 8 Blonde D'Aquitame Yearling Bulls; 1 Registered 3 Year Old Hereford Bull. For further information or contact: OTTO AND DENNIS STREBERG Box 1808, Camrose, Alberta Phone (403) 672-2114 Resources Minister Bob Williams and Recreation Minister Jack Radford also announced at a joint news conference Thursday the creation the Fry Creek Canyon recreation area a corridor between the conservancy and Kootenay Lake. Mr. Williams said the conservancy, is a "magnificent area" and (he first area in B.C. to be preserved for recreational wilderness purposes. He said the use of motorited vehicles will not be permitted in the area, which frustrates the plans of the government owned Kootenay Forest Products Ltd. to build a road through to Fry Creek Canyon, he said. A Letter To Charlie Don't miss Leslie McFarlane's typical rib-tickling letter from the Canadian colony in Florida, in Weekend Magazine this Saturday The Lethbridgc Herald Picture of Patty This is a copy of the picture received in San Francisco by radio station KSAN of Patricia Hearst, who was kidnapped on Feb. 4. It shows her in front of a Sym- bionese Liberation Army insignia and shows her holding what is described as an automatic weapon. In a tape also received by the radio station, a voice identified as that of Patricia said she was joining the SLA. 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'offered during contest Rules and Regulations 1 Printed on vinyl liners of specially marked Cost of Living' bottle crowns of PEPSI or DIET PEPSI you will find one let- ter of the alphabet Collect and spell the prize word m order to be eligible for the respective prizes 2 To be eligible for any of the following cash prizes collect liners to opell the ap- propriate prfze word Prize word Is MORTGAGE word is EMPRUNTS Prize word is GROCERIES word is EPICERIES To claim any of these cash prizes, write to the contest address below stating your name, address and telephone number DO NOT MAIL YOUR LINERS The contest judges will arrange for your entry to be examined and verified The holder of any of these 4 prize words, in order to win must first correctly answer a time-limited skill-testing question during a pre- arranged telephone interview 3 To be eligible for any of the following cash prizes, collect liners to spell the ap- propriate prize word SSOO.OO-Pnze word is GASOLINE word is GAZOtlNE S2SO.OO-Pnze word is HYDRO S 10.00-Pnze word is STEAK To claim any of these cash prizes com- plete the "Cost of Living" contest entry form together with the correct answer to the skill-testing question printed on the form Initial the blank side of each liner making up your entry with ball point pen Mail each entry separately, together with the completed entry form and the "Cost of Living' liners with adequate postage to BEAT THE COST OF LIVING CONTEST BOX 6390, MONTREAL, QUEBEC H3C3L2 Although not required, it is suggested that entries be mailed via REGISTERED MAIL 4 Mutilated, altered or forged vinyl liners or those that have been transferred from one party to another, will be disqualified All submissions are subject to verification by the contest judges, whose decisions are final Only vinyl liners found on specially "Contest of Living" PEPSI or DIET PEPSFproducts, distributed by Pepsi-Cola Canada Ltd or its bottlers are eligible This contest is subject to termination or withdrawal without prior notice at the dis- cretion of the sponsor, and unless termi- nated earlier will end with entries re- ceived by July 31, 1974 No responsibility is assumed for entries lost, misdirected or delayed 5 All entries become the property of Pepsi-Cola Canada Ltd its fran- chised bottlers who reserve the right to communication with contestants By en- tering, contestants agree to abide by the decisions of the judges and in the event of being declared a winner, consent to the use of their name and address photograph in any forthcoming publicity Contest is open to all residents of Canada, except employees and members of their immediate families of Pepsi-Cola Canada Ltd, its franchised bottlers, their adver- tising agencies and the independent judg- ing organization This contest is subject to all Federal, Provincial and Local Laws and Regulations I want Pepsi to help me Beat the Cost of Living! Name Area No Address Apt No. City- Prov .Postal Code. (PC 1002) QUESTION MULTIPLY 326 x 34 ADD DIVIDE BY 23 SUBTRACT 389 My answer to the skill testing question is________________ I do solemnly declare that I have calcuiatedjhis answer by myself, without assistance, and that I am in all respects eligible for this contest Signature Contest closes July 31, 1974 Mall your entry to: BEATTHECOSTOFLIVINGCONTEST, Box 6390, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3L2 PLEASE KEEP THIS HANDY TO CHECK OFF THE LETTERS YOU COLLECT I I I I I I J Pepsi-Cola and Pepsi are registered trade marks of PepsiCo ]nc Takeover deals not monitored OTTAWA (CP) Trade Minister Aiastair Gillespie said in the Commons Thursday that the government largely depends on foreign firms to volunteer infor- mation about proposed take- overs of companies "They're not legally obligated to tell he told Stuart Leggatt a large number, it may be as high as 20, have volunteered." Mr. Leggatt had asked whether the government is monitoring takeovers since the Foreign Investment Review Act, not yet proclaimed law, was passed during the first session of the current Parliament. The government has said it wants a period of adjustment before proclaiming the act. Mr Gillespie said there is no legal monitoring process The government had to rely "on sources of information rather similar to the honorable member's." Mr. Leggatt had said news- paper reports show there have been up to 14 takeovers since the bill was passed. The trade minister said two cases of particular interest are the proposal by Reynolds Tobacco of Winston-Salem, N.C., to take over Macdonald Tobacco of Montreal and the planned purchase of Ontario's Emco plumbing supply com- pany by Masco Inc of Taylor, Mich Information provided by Reynolds, an American firm, showed that takeover might be approved by .the government Masco would be required to provide more information because the government was not satisfied with its proposal. The government has said takeovers will be permitted only when these are of domestic benefit. Hard times in prospect for Montanans HELENA, Mont. (AP) Budget officials for the Montana highway department report there may be hard times ahead for some employees of the state agency. Officials anticipate Montana will lose 96 5 million in highway use taxes in the fiscal year that begins July 1. Highway department accounting chief John Prebil said that unless the outlook improves, the department with more than employees will have to institute belt tightening, including some layoffs. VALUE INCREASED The value of mineral production in the Yukon and Northwest Territories has increased from more than 133 8 million in 1964 to 1226.5 million in 1972. FuNy equipped, miles. A car you can't TRUCKS 1972 Chfv4x4ttTon 1973 Chev V2 Ton Cheyenne Super Air, 454 VB, auto., p.s., p.b., fully equipped. 1973 Chev Deluxe V8, automatic, p.s., p.b., radio, rear bumper. 1972 Chev Ton Deluxe V8, auto., p s good unit 1971 Chev 4x4, V8, auto., p.s p b., good unit 1970 Chev 4 x 4 1969 Chev 4 x 4 1971 T-Bird Completely equipped 19712 Door HT Lamons T 37 A real nice unit 1971 Kingswood 9 Passenger Wagon (well 1970 Plymouth Grande Coupe Air, V8, auto, p.s., p.b., reclining hood lights, special roof, a real good car 1970 Delta Custom Olds 4 Door Hardtop. Fully equipped. An excellent car for the family that wants Quality and Econo- my both in one package 1970 Pontiac Convertible LOW Mileage, VS, auto., p s p b good equip- ment. 1972 Impala Custom Coupe Fully equipped. Excellent Unit 1972 Impala 4 Door Hardtop Fully equipped Mint. 1972 Impala Custom Coupe Well equipped. 1972 Impala 4 Door Hardtop Well equipped. 1973 Impala 2 Door Hardtop Air, V8, auto, p.s., p b., excellent unit. 1973 Pontiac Ventura 2 Door 6 cylinder, hardtop, p.s. p b., some good value 1973 4 Door Hardtop Caprice Air, excellent equipment, miles. Here is value plus. CENTRAL SERVICE (Cardston) Ltd. Ctrdtton, AnMrta But, M3-3371 ;