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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ft THE tfTHBftlDGE HERALD TwMtfay, Jkly 10, IfTS- idtje Gttilicial 'ANIMAL CLINIC' STOCKYARDS LETHBRID6E Phone Daily 8 a.m. la 10 a.m. 327-8822 MAINt-ANJOU CHIANINA COVWfO III S1O Semen Available From All Breeds Lake Koocanusti Looking from the dam site near tibby, Mont., north toward British Columbia. The name comes from the words Kootenay, Canada and the U.S.A. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 tween agriculture and wild- life was recognized about 20 years ago and adds the wild- life branch is doing the ranchers a favor by not let- ting them resettle on mar- ginal land. Hiey don't appreciate the favor. Lloyd Sharpe, a spokesman for tbe. Libby Reservoir Prop- erly Owners Association, and one of tbe ranchers who ctffl You wanna believe it, cause I missed out on Minute Muffler's muffler and shock absorber lifetime guarantee. MINUTE MUTfUR MSTAUAHONS 308 4Hi St S. HMM 3174MS hasnt come to terms with tbe government, questions Mr. Demarche's argument that tbe must go to save tbe wildlife. Disagrees "Game and livestock are be says, claim- ing that in parts of Idaho, wildlife died out as livestock were moved out. Mr. Sbarpe can see no rea- son why they shouldn't be al- lowed to relocate. Ranchers that settled and left the area vacated acres of grazing land and be suggests that fins land could thfBl nSMwi IBnl 177 imCDCIo UOOQGQ oat who want to stay, fa the "But flab and wildlife wants ft, and they also want nearly mOttoa to purchase other properties not affected by the Mr. Sharpe says. Be the government promised that if tbe dent appraiser, tbe govern- ment would pay the apprai- sal costs and would gotiate on tfae basis of that appraisal. "To my knowledge, the government never paid for the appraiser and the high- ways department never met with anyone to discuss the Mr., Sbarpe says. John Mintak, regional prop- erty negotiator for tbe high- ways department, said in an interview that Mr. Sharpe's claim is essentially correct. Tbe government never Ad pay the promised costs of ap- praisal, although with some of the ranchers ft did nego- tiate on the baste of the value set in tbe independent stud- ies. He also aays that at one time, tbe ranchers in tbe val- ley were promised that they would be aMe to relocate Cram land fa the area. Hie ranch Mr. Sharpe op- CONTINUED OH PAGE 5 ACORN POOLS NOW AVAUAUf in Letfcbridgo and Southern Alberta fun i ft if JvWIn way your Acorn Fool will give years of fun in the sun. fOR MOM MKMMATION CONTACT: STANLEY'S DISTRIBUTORS 665, COA1HURST, AUBTA PHONE 326-3402 ;