Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
J4 THE IETHURIDGE HERALD Tiidoy, Auguit 11, 1972 Who is responsible for wi WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF FRESH FISH AND SEAFOOD! Will Be Held At FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Friday, August llth From a.m. !o p.m. FRESH WHOLE SALMON NOW TO BARBECUE LAKKV bolh tho government remain nml feed in that Conservationist, author Hie fiimuM1-; will have Mr. Andy Kusscll sold deer raid Maff to achieve the change arc only a very elk do cause damage to ttd tui ni strut ion of the who coase a lot hay, and It docs Wildlife Damage 1'iuul feels the farmer and the problem for tho farmer wlm under steps to protect his a bad only cnoufih for his stock's is felt by many fanners, sh and wildlife officers nml oHticians that the fund is must not post his land to unters to be eligible to re-'ivc provincial money for am Drain. Laws governing the shooting stock nro administered by le under the lie suiwsted precautions vhich could reduce hay losses bailing, rather than caiLsed hy ijnine animals. The most glaring dcficicnc) )tcd by those who wish also believes the provin-al government should take cps to help the farmer lo of Canada, as arc amagcs to private property. lie provincial government bay, covering stored say wilh wooden slobs (which re placing (lie stor- to be broadened is its cov-rage involving damage nml eslniction of slacked liny to Mfonl tho expenses of ic protection lo his stacks. The aid could be in the form f grants for stack slabbing up to 80 nor cent of the uarkct value of stock killed by luntcrs once it has been e.s-ablLshed the death was hay in an urea not frequcnt-d hy the animals and allow-IIR restricted hunting. Mr. Husscll .said hunting Is a fund currently slacked or hailed by hunter of conservation. If ani- r 4 r form or reparation to rough cut wooden providing workers to unchecked tlicre will be too f f who lose stacked hay the of them and then "llio of winter feeding deer Mr. Drain and will swing the other f f a Lclhbridge fish and large numbers will payment of 87 cents on Hie ollar of tho adjusted biologist, agree the armer who prohibits off because Ihcy can'l gel enough lo cat." grain crops while his lands is only adding over any likely in swathes is currently pro-ided by tho problem, "Animals can sense in the administration of Iho Wildlife Damage Fund is believed money will not he hunted and Ihis lime would be impossi- to farmers who power dcnnntid in the to their crops up 14 per cent Ihis oonie coijiijjcs revenues from power sales care was first intended not affect user rales, an insurance program started tliis Oliver Erdos student nurses from and will continue Erdos said the LcthbridgG Community Col- for the fund evening wi th j unior the result of normal have initiated an Op' acquired by classes at G and a a greater use In air for Youth project in and was set aside leading competition this cily enlitled the Extra-care form of a trust fund. "The insurance program Included in the pecwee The project, worth h work in 1955 there wer only about three policies is a sheep-shearing compel Lion for boys up to Hie age of L with long-term invalid, aged, and other hospital the entire AND THE STACKS CAME TUMBUNG DOWN Campbell. The at) mJnistra I ion of th money was converted to a ladles' novelty class at p.m. involves the lady leadin a sheep with a halter as service has been allowt cd lo operate within St. Michael's General Hospital, South- least one rancher in the vicinity of Chief Mountain, south of Cardston reported hay loss to a roving hord of a program was instilutct to gain money for it hy th sales of wildlife herself wearing a wool on fit. She will lie judged on Hi leading ns well as the Nursing Home and tlio Lethbrldfie Auxiliary Hospital. Theoretically, s a 1 tl Mary deer las! winter. Pictured hay slack must be purchased h all hunters before they of the outfit she is wea University of LcthbridRC faculty of education will one of (he nurses in the group, [he extra-care ser- both showing Chief the background. licence. The cost special prize for this special workshop for teac offers patients the extra lop picture shows an lot. The lower but is now The question of is a wool rut; by Magrath Woollen of Indian students Aufj. H to care and nid lhat Is not included within tho context ture shows the remains of of hay to farmers who lost sale starts at 10 a.m. workshop will be a strict nursing function. or elk was raised in with ewes .selling in by Morgan Otis, practical terms, project by a hard of deer during the winter. Hay remaining this spring hy and rams selling in of Native American include planning and stacks in the Tower yard Is value because 1V1LA for Tincher Crec nest The main judge for the Sacramento State College Kdiool of Education and in recreational activity, feeding, walking, commu- urine on U rendered if catllo Drain favors an Tom Hudson of for socio- psychological in the funding to and the more information teaching purposes, end any- Kerber of the expense Ls B. A. Mouscr of should apply at (he that will aid or comfort hay loss to farmers, but b holm. Irar's office at the U of hospitalized patient. and SATURDAY ONLY! THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE OLYMPIC VARIETIES COMBINATION CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF "WESTERN" CROSS RIB CUT WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, AUGUST ORANGE CRYSTALS SUNGOtD BOX OF 2 3 for POTATO HOSTESS TWIN PAK each COFFEE BLUE RIBBON REGULAR GRIND I Ib. pka.