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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Tueidoy, Jonuory 30, 1973 Fish and game group wants end to Indian hunting rights The ai'd tism? of all terrain vehicles, p-ohi- Frn. "'2 lo 25 ai Ihe El 2 biiing ncn from Motor Hotel, says Paul Morck. .otiocs at ris Feb- hunting prized soec.es, limit- the association's secreisry- in Leihbridae ing the kill o? mountain sheep mrj.af.er. 'UT.'-ing ex-i-iciion iiiid grizzly bear, ard stopping A total of 27 resolutions will iilife species. hiintir.g of female pheasants. be debated at the conference. 5 include recor.i- More ihan 200 provincial which uiU elect new officers :re fishing and their wives are and rear speeches from Dr. txnected to attend 'he Allan the travelling nual meeting and conferer.ce and forests, and Bob RCMP holding 54 books -erncer of the RO.rP. BCK? .Anderson. cnvner o: 'he The Hera'J the books seized noi even CTI fie. He said he had looked at the books aid decided not to item. They were being stored in the back room before l-fir.g shipped back to General News in Leibridse. cbe Ajiderscn 5ajd r.e hadn't retUrilS ordered f-e bTOks. bin ihfy were ser.t cu: '.nth his KCM? are jrrey oeparTiren: v-fore dealing with 5-i books The nrsy be oi> ?elzed from ihe "ore earlier 'his "cr.ih by a order by General News. "General News just sends -vhat ihev rh-'nk you can sell.'1 he said. He had already paid for the becks, and claims that became o: the seizure, he is out about S1CO. i City police on Jan. 10 seiz- ed about 500 books from Gen- eral News, which -.vere inter when the distributor rid rot object to their foriei- president The ci ths Le-h- brldge provjiclai New critic association was re- njmed :'LT another one-year term Monday Tom MacLeod head; ar ecirive for ljT3 i-iich L-c'ude; Bessie .Anranc. urs: vice-oresi- cent: Jc-hr. Mactnis. secocc '.ice-president: Jean Poiie, se-c- Ted Bucnanan. treas- trsr and Hal irjorrr.a- officer. iecs. Nc-rr. UGrire. Johr. Karnilton. T5- McHcgn. Eoy Eerlarjdc. Al Br." Uoyc. Chariie Buijen. Ted Schejrko- gei. George Halt. Al Packard. Ccrir.e Hoj- and Greg Tr.e association also chcse celesates to the ann-jai zro- XDP m Calgary Feb. 9 to to be ar.ecded by the prerier n a cabinet minister from British Colvmbia sr.c the TiaticTs' leader. REJECT AMMUMTION DEAL Southern Alh-erta L-.dian? er. by Treaty No. luve 3. s'.tO.OX' of-'-rr to cover bac o: a--inuucn irorr. the federal government. Henry Potis. band manaK for the Peifan Irdian Reser-. ;0 rrJles ses; cf Lechrrid'e. the a i'-r.g vay frcra the CO} asked by the Pcizir.. S'.'r- ey tribes near Calgary arc Blood i located north of Cird- ston band councils. The tdians tecs initia- tive and cemaTided th-e money they felt o-ved to them. The made a er based on ?_.'XO year, said Mr. potts. "Tr.e cour.ier oiier had nc consiceradon of inierett or. the m.Lrey breach of contract or darr.r-res." Ke said The government has it a dec'7. :o Indians ar-d has been ied to give but not he-.', ruuch money. He said a rneeti-.g v.-hh Prime Mir.is'er Trjdeau. ir.ci-ir. Ai- and'lncian or Dr. Licyd Barber has beer, requested Feb. 23. NL-. Pots taid Mor.dav '.vas between Indians and civil servant and rothing accompiisfced. He said the civil servant were told 10 deal at SiSO.ooo anc to get the Lndisns dov-m U possible tu; r.ot to give a peaiy m-rre. HaiTifi0oji. a Briiish Columbia naturalis'.. Mr. Harrington will on man and resources, the confer- ence theme. One calls for a de- posit of at least five cents for a beverage container. It says; the current two-cent deposit does not provide enough incen- live ''to ensure the return of i these cr-nt-L-ers" and does not j solve the bottle littering proo- j !em. The building cf accomrnoda- j tion facilities outride park! areas, not inside them to ob- i struct "a natural lesslatiOT to orevert anv furth- i er outright sales of public land j to anyone: action tj reduce in- i tiustriHl air pollution; erd a i stop to new roads in natural i perks "without full studies on j all possible ecological effects'1 is urged in otbei resolutions to be vcted iircc. A background ed to members, listing the res-; olutions tc1 ccrr.e up at the con- ference, says "ion resident aliens" should be prohibited from hunting "such prized spe- cies as grizzly, sheep, caribou ard mountain goat." j Even for Albertans, it reguiatioas should be to permit one hunter to kill one mountain sheep and grizzly bear every f.ve years. And hinting of female uhessanvs should'be stopped immediately. Euridice and Orpheus Collten ond Michael Koufmann in the leading roles review Opera OUR GREAT MONEY-SAVING JANUARY SALE CONTINUES NOW THROUGH FEB. 3rd ASPENITE (CHIP BOARD) Can bt good one side Ideal for all types of finish work! VINYL ASBESTOS FLOOR Siie Smoolh and em boned pctfernv .080 gauge. 12 colon to chcoie from. Each Can be used ]r, any rocm of your horns over wood or concrclt. ARBORITE 4'xB1 SHEETS .98 8 of the most papular colon to choose frem. Per Sheet Ic'ecl fcr Gaunter tops. ccb'- 'urniturs end wslij. prc'ecT! c.id beautifies ixe Arbc-'-e. STAIN GRADE MAHOGANY DOORS Si7- 2'6" i 6'3' IV USED PAINTED DOORS v Vancus sires PLUS MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! Budget lermi May be Arranged on AH Remodelling Repairs Ir.cluding labor. ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th STREET S. CHARGEX PHONE 327-3663 Icy dip for Calsarv fishermen Two men driviag across the ice en Travers Res- e.--oir. north of Plcrirre Butle. an icy Sunday wren their car broke through the ice Er-.i sunk b Jj feet cf water. Ray Nystrom. araj a fishing conapanion whose name was oct released, were about feet from shore whea their 1970 car broke through the ice and started to sink. They got out of the car through Lhe window the coors would cot open and climbed on the rool. From there liey jumped to safety. The lake Bfll now be posted for thin ice. Ey PAT ORCHARD The Letfcbridge Symphony Chorus gave a concert per- formance of Cluck's opera Orfeo at the Yates Memorial Cer.vre last Hants been sorser.nat critical of amateur performarices in the past, I approached the concert wirh trepidation, ooiy to be sur- prised. The with its non- melodic ruSi style was prob- ably the worst piece of mu- sic Gluck ever wrote. How- ever, this was ro fau: of the organist, Wilfred Wool- bouse, yet his conr-ant grad- ations of loudness had a cer- tain clcying effect upon the ear. The opening choruses were sung with conviction, as they set the sombre tone which conveyed the grief of. Orpheus, for hi wife, Euri- dice. Orpheus, played DT Mich- AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. REGULAR WEEKLY SALE Regular Tuesday Evening Sale Tonight, Jan, 30th p.m. COPY WACHINE Gesfner Model 400 only 3 monthj eld m A-1 condition c-.d l j.-gs 2 G.c. cc-jble ever STOVB. c s-'i's A cHcirs. record pi aye.-, :'cc- wrircer wcsher, bcby fcz'-inerte, hcb tcri !e-. bcsksr cHcT, E'ecvlc cc-, c.-cir. ic-j-d-Y bcslcsfs. 'z'c'e, Z-TC--S ;'-z'r. e-( r_-Sr c'c' KJflBY UPRIGHT VACUUM, rnorr" o'- offering. PHILCO 21" COLOR TELEVISION in exceilerf working order. WILSON GOLF CLUBS full irf RH eompiefe with bag end club i. ss'.v CJ-CC'E c' i i s ie -g. icT.ss. cs .'ifzble c-e tc-o hc-s'es