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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 1ETHORIDGE HtRAlD Monday. Anril 24, 1972 land bank legislation introduced :i sclu'in support LI sensible Innd ,s (is-i b ilk riuiriiin V.IHTL' you can uiy or iv nl the he IlimniLj; spivch by Ag- ultu e MimsUT ,Kii'k Messer second reading of Ihc "Bui ml one Hint is aimed al liill. Mr Me.sser outlined national xini; the lanil various aspects of ii. includinj; comimn miis the land. tin- I'asis on rental fees 's 'the ilifhvence umild In' ba-ccl licw ciim- twccn i socialist and a coin-: prtilivr renters would be ctios- j en. In moving second rending of' Purpose ot Die bill is to cn- Tuesday is the final day to obtain A beautiful COLOUR PORTRAIT OF YOUR CHILD 99 plus 50c handling Cap fu nly 99c per colour wilh Eastman Kodak Professional local our We're lure you'll your picture, Inol we'ir give you your money hack if this isn't one -Choose From iho actual finished porlra Is nol Fxira prints available 01 prices, but you're under no obligation lo buy. -Age limil of child from 5 to 12 years. Limit oF one porlj-ail per child fwn per family with your choice of pcics No appointmenf necessary, --Photographer's hoius: Tuesday a.m. to p.m. him in ihr Children's Shoe Department, Main Floor EATON'S II starts Thursday and continues Friday and Safurdtiyl It's Ihc biggciT Trnns-Canada Safe in Ihe entire history of Eaton's, took for Ihc Ilier delivered lo your home 20 birj pages wilh no less than 735 oulstanding buys. And yoj can rido the buses free Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 to 10 a.m. the bus fare is paid by us. And whafs more (here's night shopping Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 'til 9. Watch for It! Wait for hi Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to p.m. Buy Line 328-88T1 able rMidcnls of Saskatchewan to esliililish or nininlnin farms by incrcr.sinK to acquire huul, and lo increase opportunities lor those wanting lo retire lo get fair and Just prices for Iheir Intnl. basically, the bill would scl up n hank commission which would purchase land fol- lowing an evaluation process then lensc il brick to farmers. Yearly renlal rales, which Mr. Mcsscr said could be am- mortized in a year when there i was a crop failure or other such circumstance, would Iw calculated in November of each year and based oil (lie cost of money lo the government treasury. Where more than one farmer applies to rent (lie properly, the successful applicant will be judged on a point system de- termining his dc'siroahilily as a tCMlnnnt. Originally, il had been be- lieved the government cither sell or lease land from j tlie hank but Hie oul Ihal a tenant cannot buy the properly until he has rcnled it for al lefcbl five years. T h c purchase would be by cash only. XGMSSK _jai NEW IOOK METER For modern cily puking, a new-look molcr introduced in Porll delivers tickets stamped wilh arrival timo and allowed parking time, according to haw much money a driver pays in. The tkkel then goes on the car's windshield. Plan arena Fined for obscene materials CALGARY rCP) Henry Carly of Calgary lins been fined in district court for having obscene materials for distribution. Judge J. fi. Kidcl imposed HIP penally, or 90 da y s, on Mr. CarLy, who convicted last month in wliat is believed the first case of its kind in Can- ada. Judge Kidcl ruled last mouth that sexual appliances seized f r o ni Ciirly's home were obscene and reversed the man's earlier acquittal in pro- vincial court, Eleven cartons of the items 1 were seized from Carly in Jan- i nary, 1970. He was acquitted 1 before Provincial Judpe R. V. i Read a year ago and the crown j appealed. In a written judgment. Judge Kidd said lie was "satisfied beyond any doubt that no mat- ter which definition is used the articles arc obscene ac- cording lo contemporary com- munity standards." EDMONTON tCP) The Ed- monton Exhibition Association aniiouncwl today Hint it liopcs lo Iniilrf a million ;ucMia on its pvcaetit grounds years Tlie announcemenL came nflcr tlin lioard of directors de- cided to expand facilities al j the present east Edmonton site rather than relocate at n e site. Anotlier (op priority in a million, 23-year expansion plan is a race track ex- pansion. The directors said the need for a ncM- was deter- mined by I he ever-expanding activities of the association and is not dependent an the success of Kdmonlon's World Hockey Association entry. The race track expansion will extend tiio track from one-half lo five-eighths of a mile and will include lighting and addi- tional barns. Can't find work OTTAWA (CP) mately l.OflO of Canada's professional engineers arc un- employed or temporarily em- ployed in oilier fields because they cannot find work in their profession, the Canadian Coun- cil of Prolcssionnl Engineers reported today. I'OUCr KM) CLEANUP SEOUL (AP) South Korean national police dismissed 647 po- licemen, including five j tcmienls, and took other disci- j plinary action against another 315 in one month cleanup that ruled April 15, Police Director Chung Suk-nio announced Fri- day. The campaign was waged i corruption, abuse of piAver, disobedience and keep- ing a concubine, among other irrefjularities. Park Wardens Term (Approx. 6 months) Salary up lo psr hour Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development National ancf Historic Parks Wesiern Region Public Service FonctiOn publique Canada Canada DUTIES: Under supervision performs lolloping lasta: natural reiource management by cniorcemcnl of regulations, fire suppression, palroli, data collections, clc. Activities Include protection of the public and rescuc. QUALlfICATIONS: Extensive knowledge, experience or 'rain- ing fn natural resource management of all equip- ment for over-1 and, walor and snow travel; Foreil suppression, rescue and firil olc. Graduation from o technical ichoal spatial i zing in nalurot resource man age- man t or successful completion of I wo years lownrds a University degree in natural icience is desirable. Closing dole: May 1, 1972. FerwaiJ reiumt or applicalfon lo; Canada Centre, 510 12 Ave. 5.W., Calgary Albedo. Quota Competition No. 72-1AN-CAL-221. A new way to really get your mail moving: Postal Codes. If you haven't already received it, in the next few days you'll be getting your new Postal Code in the mail. It's not very exciting to look at. But it is very necessary. And it's really not ns complicated as it looks. After two years of studying the systems of most of the countries of the world, here's how we developed Postal Codes for Canada. The map sequence on the shows just how accurate Postal Codes really arc. To imcomplicatc your Postal Code, you will he receiving a Postal Code Pack- age. It contains your code, instructions on how to use it, a handy address book, .special t Postal Code stickers for your envelopes, and postage paid address I cards that you should j sent! to your friends. If you don't have enough, j you can get as many as you need at your nearest Post Office. Because, aftC' all, your Code doesn't move your mail unless your friends use it. And if you haven't received your Code by April 17th, please, call your Post Office. We'll mail it to you immediately. l-W furll.c I'alJ C IV.Ml Cn.lr mfor i- if'lofi.SO Get the habit. CODE KUTPL CODE FCBTTH. COCK PCEnaCOOE CODE Canada Posies Poll Canada -nr .1 i-onipAny thai of malt. -oran aparlnient huilJing with over JO ATCAI, a code ll the o-hol ;