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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Sllurdiy, February 15, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Valentine dog Lady, a German shorthair owned by John Luna of Boise, Idaho, carries her own Valentine's Day message in a natural heart-shaped patch of hair on her back. U.S. assured Sask. plant won't pollute Montana air By PETER BUCKLEY WASHINGTON (CP) Ot- tawa assured the United States government late Fri- day that Saskatchewan will be 'required to comply with Canada's international obligations in its proposed Poplar River power plant and not cause downsteam damage to Montana. The Canadian government also agreed to-a U.S. proposal for joint meetings to discuss the project, once the Saskatchewan government completes its studies of poten- tial effects of the project on Montana. The Canadian assurances were included in a diplomatic note delivered to the U.S. state department by embassy officials. An informant sub- sequently made known the gist of the note. Washington had asked the Canadian government Mon- day for a meeting to discuss its fears that the coal-fired plant would pollute Montana's air and water and deplete the small Poplar River before it flows into Moritana cattle country. The affirmative Canadian response had been generally expected. Ottawa's note said that before the Saskatchewan power commission can proceed to the construction LESLIE L. BOTTYAN LAND AUCTION On the farm located 4 milel north, 2 milei wmt and 'A mile north of ENCHANT, ALBERTA -OB- 10 miles north of Vauihill then 16 rnilo wmt on Little Bow Park road or 49 mllea northuit of Lethbridge. SAT., MARCH 15-11A.M. SHARP 934 ACRES IRRIGATED LAND AND IMPROVEMENT Having received instruction from Mr. and Mrs. Lull. L. Bottyan wa will offer for sale at auction tin following Lands and Improvements: PARCEL 1 LAND Section 5 Township 15 RGE18 West of 4 622.69 deeded acres 400 acres of water rights with 100 acres applicable to each quarter serviced by the Bow Island Irrigation Dis- trict All the cultivated land was seeded to grain in 1974 and the stubble was chiseled In the fall.' Barley averaged 70 bushels Wheat averaged 35 bushels Land Is Quite level and rock free and would make good Row Crop or Forage Farming Entire farm can be irrigated with sprinkler Hal) ot this section was Fall Irrigated Drainage is .available through a drain ditch that runs through the property (B.R.I.D.) 160 acre supar beet contract is available for 1975 for entire farm Land taxes for 1974 are paid to Municipal District of Taber No. 14 The land is partially fenced. PARCEL IMPROVEMENTS 2 bedroom modern bungalow with developed basement 2 hired help houses Storage quonset 40x60. wired 220-110..' Several grainaries, 15.000 bushel capacity. Feedlot with water supply. Feedlot capacity 200 head. Ample water supply cistern drilled well and dugout. Homestead is serviced by Calgary Power and AQT. Buildings are 6% miles from school, churches, garage, elevator, etc. and only V4 mile from hardtop road. PARCEL 2 LAND South of Section Townahlp 311 deeded acres. 56 acres water rights serviced by the Bow River Irrigation District. Land Is all In stubble and was chiseled in the fall of 1974. Entire farm can be sprinkler irrigated. Drainage Is available through drain ditch that runs through the property. Land Is rock free and suitable for mixed or grain farming. Land taxes for 1974 are paid (S192.42) to Municipal District of Taber No. 14. This land adjoins Parcel No. 1 and would make a desirable eco- nomical unit. The land is ail fenced. Calgary Power Is under in- stallation. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Often will taken on Parcel No. 1 First. Parcel No. 2 will ba offertd 2nd. The owner reaerves right to accept or reject any or all offers. Terms of are CASH or CASH TO FARM. CREDIT CORPORATION Mortgage of tt tt Inlertst, 29-year loan, a 10% deposit ia required at of tale, balance to be paid within 15 days. Possession will be given after necessary payments have been made and legal work completed or as arranged by Ihe vendor and pur- chaser. Written bids will be accepted anytime prior to the sale. Any further conditions or changes will be announced at the sale and they will take precedence. Sale of farm equipment Irrigation system and miscellaneous Items is slated for Saturday. April 5 at 11 a.m. Potential buyers are invited to view farm anytime prior to sale. AND MRS. LESLIE BOTTYAN Phone Enchant, Alberta Box 1154 PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In the Hub of Southern Alberta's Livestock Industry 3 mike eaet of Lerhbridge on Highway 3 and 'A milt with 329-3101 Box 1057, COMPANY LICENSE NO. -AUCTIONEERS- JOE PERLICH Lie. OI02M BOB BALOQ Lie. M7454 TONY PERLICH Lie. stage on the project, it will be required to apply to the federal environment depart- ment for a formal licence un- der the International Waters Improvement Act. Ottawa intends to insert conditions in any licence it issues "to assure that the pro- meets Canada's obligations" under the act, the note said. The Saskatchewan govern- ment has already made public several studies of the project, but Ottawa said a provincial study of the cross-border im- plications has not been com- pleted. The plant would-be located about two miles north of the border with Montana. When the new study is fin- ished-the note said it should be done Cana- dian government said the meeting requested by Washington "can be arranged at a mutually convenient date." Assertions politely rejected REGINA (CP) Saskatchewan government of- ficials Friday politely re- jected assertions by Montana Lt.-Gov. William Christiansen that environmental effects of a Saskatchewan power pro- ject near the Montana border have not been fully weighed. Leo Kristjansen, chairman of the provincial board of in- quiry into the social and en- vironmental impact of the Poplar .River project, said plans for the plant have not been unduly rushed. He said the project, which involves a coal-burning plant and diversion of some water from the small river flowing into Montana, has been studied for a number of years by "a group of very socially- conscious decision-makers." Deputy Environment Minister Grant Mitchell said people should remember that any pollutants produced will first be released five years from now and he hopes signifi- cant technological advances will be available by then. If necessary, the provincial government is willing to con- sider adopting air pollution standards equivalent to Mon- tana's, he said. CALLED DIGGERS Because of gold discoveries, Australians are often called diggers. The nickname also was given Australian soldiers during the Second World. War. Beaver emblem battle looms WASHINGTON (CP) If Canada wants the beaver for an official emblem, it may have to wrestle Oregon to get it. "Bad enough when those effete New Yorkers tried to steal our state animal, but surely not the Canadians, Walt Evans, press spokes- man for Oregon Senator Mark Hatfield, said Friday. Told a private member's bill is before the Canadian Patlia- ment to give official status to the beaver-at least partly in ire over New York state's recent debate of a similar managed to comment despite the tongue stuck in his cheek. "I would think it a shame if, 100 years after losing the Pacific northwest to the United States, the Canadians should chose this means to retaliate. The beaver, he said, has been the state animal of Oregon for years. Oregon is called the Beaver State and its university team is the Beavers. The buck- toothed animal has long graced the reverse side of the state flag and was given official status by the Oregon legislature in 1969. Prison staff ruled negligent in death of ailing prisoner EDMONTON (CP) A cor- oner's jury ruled Friday that the staff at the Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Institute were negligent in dispensing medication to a prisoner who died last November following a servere epileptic seizure. The six member jury was critical of medical procedures at the provincial jail 20 miles Oilfield firms end withdrawl ESTEVAN, Sask. (CP) Oilfield service companies in southeastern Saskatchewan voted Friday to end a 3'A- week withdrawal of services which started Jan. 20 to protest government taxation policies on resources. Fred Priestley-Wright, president of the Southeast Oilfield Service and Supply Organization, said the deci- sion was made because many small independent oil com- panies in the area were being "severely hurt." However, Mr. Priestley- Wright warned that unless there are government moves Two barred SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The California Supreme Court ordered Friday that former presidential aide John Ehrlichman and Robert Mar- dian, former assistant United States attorney-general, be suspended from the practice of law in the state. The suspensions resulted from the Jan. 1 convictions of Ehrlichman and Mardian in the Watergate cover-up case. to encourage oil company ac- tivity within the next few months, withdrawal of ser- vices might start again. "The provincial govern- ment certainly realizes there is a serious problem here he said. "They didn't seem to be aware of it before our with- drawal." The service companies operate on contract to oil companies to service and maintain production equipment. During the withdrawal of services, organization spokesmen said they were able to close down hundreds of oil wells in the Estevan area by refusing to repair them. Oil company spokesmen ad- mitted the withdrawal was having an effect on their production, but government representatives said many wells are closed down at this time of year anyway. The withdrawal began after service companies complain- ed that government taxation of the oil industry was reduc: ing the industry's activity and thus cutting down the maintenance and service work required. north of Edmonton. "We do not feel that any one certain member is at fault but the system needs it said in its verdict. The ruling Friday followed an adjourned 2Vi-hour sitting Feb. 7 into the death of Dennis Byron Gladue, 18, who entered the jail Oct. 30 and then was taken to court in Ed- monton Nov. 5 on a charge of robbery and assault. He died Nov. 7 in his cell following a seizure. The jury was told that ap- parently Mr. Gladue had received his daily medication only three of his nine days at the jail before his death. Arthur Hnatiuk, a lawyer Aussies negotiate fuel loan CANBERRA The Australian government is negotiating for a multi-billion dollar loan from Middle East oil funds, Minerals and Energy Minister Rex Connor acknowledged this week in the House of Representatives. He did not go into details. Reports in Melbourne Age newspaper said Connor was conducting negotiations for a loan of billion. Government officials said they expected the money to be used to build gas pipelines and petrochemical refineries on the northwest shelf of Western Australia. assisting the inquest, told the jury only one guard remembered giving Mr. Gladue his medication and that the medical records showing the distribution of medication by each guard were thrown out by the prison staff at the end of the year. Mr. Hnatiuk also said that Edmonton city police had not received any information about Mr. Gladue's medica- tion when he was transferred for trial. Asked if every prisoner received a medical examina- tion on admission to the jail, Mr. Hnatiuk said the only proof was a copy showing his date of birth, height, weight, the drugs he was taking for epilepsy and a few other minor details. "We feel every prisoner should be examined by a doc- tor on his arrival the jury said. "A closer check should be kept of medication given out to each prisoner and medica- tion should be issued to chronic patients by the male orderly or nurse helper." The jury also recommended that records-be kept of all medications handed out. MOTORS APPLIANCE MOTORS Available Best Prices All Types! Fairfield Appliance Services Ltd. 1244 3rd Ave. Phone 327-6684 THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. Gillespie Crossword DECALOGUE By A. J. Santora ACROSS 1 Served as 4 WWII weapon 10 Lupino and Cantor 14 Gem stone 19 Nemisisfor Nastase? 21 Sea lion genus 22 game it) 23 Beaver state 25 Linen fiber 26 They played musical beds 28 Tiny open- ing in Soho 29 Infield covering 30 Rind 31 Leap this to honor thy father 33 Turpitude 35 Judge in the news 36 Depend 37 Loss '38 Certain 1 Carried on a breeze 2 -tohabit 3 Omar, or Arab title 4 Steal for Paul 5 Siouans 6 in Tovland" 7 Spoken 8 60 sees. 9 Wanton ones 10 Persian 11 Conducts 39 Bridge holding 41 Dynamic 44 Sabbath statutes 48 Benisonoft disguised 50 Wine area 53 Laxly 54 Sheep talk 55 Milldam 56 Garlic's cousin 58 Explosive 59 Utah's lily 61 This girl in France 62 Inns 64 Umbrian tongue 67 Ilk 69 Stages 70 Betrayed; like smash hit? 72 Owns 74 Eelier 76 Imitates Carolyn and Cleonand Shirley and Spike DOWN 82 Sheds 83 Make do 84 Classifies 86 Barrack 89 Certainly! 91 Aware of 94 Dog shells: 95 Encourages 96 Electric force 98 Bullfight cheer 100 Rural steps 101 Knowledge 102 Comparing word 105 Tree swellings 109 Take warning 110 Breaker of divinelaw 112 With 26 A, covetous couple 114 Pigpen 115 Four, at casinos 117 The Crane 118 -about ill 12 Greek market- places 13 Room in acasa 14 Go- (break up) 15 Baseball birds 16 Pretty coin 17 Eager 18 "Nana" writer 20 Blasphemy censored? 24 Knots in cotton 27 Breakfast foods 32 Musical syllables 34 Opposite of yeah 35 Litigates 38 Ensembles 40 Celtics' assn. 41'Watches calories 42 Join 43 Monsters 122 Corrosion 123 Ex-GI group 125 Alarm 127 Maugham's sinning lady 131 Dravidian tongue 132 Sofr cheese 133 Merry in Madrid 134 False god for some? 136 Reclining one 137 Acting Ina 138 Scottish dolt 139 Continuing story 140 Roof part 141 Williams and Warhol 142 "Of Man River" composer 143 Stuck-up 144 Kind of impres- sionist 45 Wager 46 Between K andP 47 Sometime vowels 49 False wit- ness does this? 61 Edam and 50 Sad cries in Berlin 51 Trembled 52 Champ holds this 54 Carried 57 Runaways 60 Harness- racing town Swi! 63 Lazy girl? 65 Sculpt or cheat 66 Meal 68 Mahal 69 USSR city 71 Barrel 73 Female one 75 Hilotree 77 Harper Valley gr. 78 Fair sex 79 Ring result 80 Sgt. 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