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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Augusl 23, 1971 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 Cattle rustlers will face tougher time (JAI.UAKY tCP'i Hustlers of Alberta cattle arc going to have a tougher time after Sept. 1, when Hie main provisions of the Alberta Brands Inspection Act come into effect. The new legislation, approved ill the last, sitting of the legisla- ture, replaces the Stock Inspec- tion Act which cattlemen said riiil not give them adequate protection. Under the new .-K'l, I tic de- partment of agriculture lias set up a computerized system of recording cattle brands which makes it possible fur locul brand inspectors to achieve in- stant information when cattle are moved. 'Hie act stipulated anybody moving cattle or horses by truck 01- on foot to a commun- ity pasture, forest reserve, fecdlot or any type of sale or market must provide his local brand inspector with a mani- fest describing the aniinals. The operator of the vehicle or Uwso herding the livestock must deliver Ilic animals as con- signed on the manifest. One-cent coffee returns WAINWRIGHT (CP) The one cent cup of coffee return- ed to this east central Alberta town Friday after an absence of more than 60 years and rtie Grape growers gel more money KELOWNA, B.C. (CP) Bri- tish Columbia grape growers will get increases of up to a ton for this year's crop. An arbitration board s e t prices following hearings at which 130 growers were repre- sented by the B.C grape mar- keting board. The increase was award- ed for Riesling grapes, which this year will sell at a ton. Most other varieties went up S5 a ton. The Association of B.C. Win erics represented six firms at the hearings. instigator was a pclitical can- didate. Cliff Smallwood, Progressive Conservative candidLte in the Aug. 30. Alberta general elec- tion, promised free coffee and doughnuts during party leader Peler Lougheed's visit. Thursday night he got a call from Kent Brower, the return- ing officer, saying a complaint had been laid and that, strict- ly adhering to the Election Act, liie free food could invalidate the election. "f advised liinr of the act's previsions, adding that all the candidates were providing the free food and it was up to Mr. Smallwood as to what action he would Mr. Brower said Saturday. So, the PCs decided to charge for the coffee one cent a cup. Manifests, similar to bills of lading, will be supplied free to producers by the department of agriculture. Farmers moving cattle from one field to another or taking animals to a veterinarian are exempt. time A pel-ton wlio consistently lakes saddle horses around in L truck can get a permit good for a While privale investment in Ontario in was compared to tiic previous year, public investment increased million during (lie same VOH ABORTION' Forty-six per tent of all West Germans over the age of 1C be-lievcj abortion should be- legalized, says a survey published in VOII FKEEUO.M More than one-fourth ot West Germany's Homiin olic priests favor an end to Hit vow of chastity, a survey by a bishops' conference said. Druji cenIres gel graiils EDMONTON (CP) The Calgary and Edmonton drug crisis centres each will gel grants from the Alber- ta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission. Earlier Ihe Calgary Ding Crisis Centre received a grant from the commission and RUST m Edmonton received SIC BOO from the provincial gov- ernment. Liberals plan leadership meet RECilNA (CP) The CNBCU- (ivc council of the Saskatche- wan Liberal Association has called for a leadership conven- tion to be held ir. Saskatoon either in late November or early December. The council named former deputy premier D. G. Steuart party leader until the conven- tion. The Liberal caucus appoint- ed Mr. Steuart, member of the legislature for Prince A 1 b e r I West, interim leader last month following the death of former premier W. Ross That- cher, i HOW TO GET BIG MONEY OUT OF YOUR HOUSE WITHOUT SELLING IT Come to Avco Financial Services. If you own a home, paid for or not, you may borrow or more at Avco based on the equity in your home. And you can use the money any way you want to. For home remodelling or other improvements... to refurnish your home... for investments... you nameit. You'll be surprised how low your monthly payments may be. And.theycanbetailoredtofit yourbudget. So think about whatyou could do with big money. Then call us. 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