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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thumfoy, Morch 6, 1973 THE UTHBMDGE HEXAID OTOI Co. Ltd. FREE DRAWS1 FOR FURNITURE DISPLAYS At The SHOW "Serving Southern Alberta for over a quarter of a century" AMC Buyer Protection Plan and what It _ means to you. If anything goes wrong with your new '73, in ihe first miles or 12 months, whichever occurs first, and it's our fix It. free. Yes, anything. Including air conditioning. Battery. Radio. Front-end alignment. Wiper blades, light bulbs. Anything but ,p _ tires (lire manufacturer backs them.) You don't pay one red cent for labor. Or parts. We pay. 1973 AMBASSADORS Loitering to keep busy Biharis women and children loiterin a refugee camp in Mohommedpur, Bangladesh, for want of anything to do, recently. The Biharis Moslems, who number about in the camp, have been isolated socially from their Bengali Moslem brothers, but since the birth of the new nation Bangladesh, they are beginning to adopt 1he nation'! official language, "the first step towards inte- according to a Swiss Red Cross representative living there.___________________ 1973 JEEP COMMANDO PLUS FULL JEEP LINE SCAMPER RECREATION VEHICLES V-8 mglm. O Tinted glatt. B Radio. GSidt whltewnll tires. SPtiwer front dltc brakes. "Visibility group. O All standard. B.C. to combat cattle rustling VICTORIA (CP) It will' soon be harder to rustle cattle and other livestock in British Columbia, Agriculture Minister Dave Stupich said after intro- ducing amendments to the Stock Brands Act. further protection against stock rustling and said Mr. Stupich in an interview. The amended act will cover sheep and swine previously only cattle were in- clvfcd. .Duplication of Inspection is eliminated. In Uie past, cattle were inspected at the time of slaughter, and later their hides checked by government officials. The second inspection has been dropped. yha bond required of a stock dealer, one who buys livestock, has been doubled to In book Business prosperous FRANCfSCO (AP) A pfein storefront sliop that start eel selling Chinese books am magazines a few years ago is- a booming business wiU in New York City anc Cffcago. ''Business has doubled in In past said Henry Noyes S2, owner of China Books an Periodicals. He says his firm Is "the largest distributor the Western world" of main land Chinese writings. "I'd say wo have about 10 000 customers on our lists, Noyes said. They include in dividuals, museums, nearly al college and university libraries journalists, authors, govern msnt agencies and China watchers, ho said. In his headquarles here, th shop he started 12 years age the shelves are loaded wit every English-language lion produced in the People's R> public oi China. One table is pile high wil party Chairman Mao Tsc lung's "little red books" of qu taticns at GO cents each. Noye, has them in 35 languages. Tiro highly political Pekin Review is available for cents. Nearby is a shelf with selection of children's books, I eluding "revolutionary com! books" for older children, _, e case of an operation where ere is only one buyer, the aid is doubled to A statement explaining the .1 said the previous bond "did at give adequate protection to e rancher" if a stock dealer ent out of business or reneged a a deal. Another amendment makes it egal for slaughterhouse oper- ors or auction sale or feedlot to accept stock un- it has been inspected by a inspector. In the case of Derations in the lower main- fid, stock may not be accept- d unless accompanied by roof of ownership. Additionally, anyone who re- loves an car tag, brisket tag r rump tag from stock pur- hased by him will be guiHy of an offence. Previously, it was iot a breach of the act. Also, it will be an offence to purchase stock under a fictitous .ame. And the annual fee for a lealer in horsemeat has been if ted from the act. New fees we to be set by the cabinet. Mr. Stupich said meat is be- Doming higher and higher pric d and ranchers are worria about theft. He said he hoped he amendments will "dissuade from picking up live- ilock for own "It's more of what we prom sed to make farming easier.' Double modular from 950-1300 sq. ft. Many fea- tures from 3 bedroom, 1 baths, patio doors, fam- ily room, formal dining, utility Come see it. Full Sine of trailers, tamp- ers and motor all new fifth wheel unit. 5" A RST A FANTASTIC AT c the spot financing. N.H.A.-A.H.C. mortgage available. up to 25 years. Porches on display by Mod-U-Fab. TOTAL Home Living for 1973 Business failures on increase TORONTO (CP) Business failures in Canada during the first month of Ihe year were up 23 per cent from the same montK last year, according to Dun and Bradstreet, a credit reporting agency. A tolal of 217 businesses failed in January, up from 177 during the first minth of 1972, but down from the 244 failures reported in December. It was the highest January total since 1965. Dollar liability of the failures in January amounted to million, a three-month low and down from million during the same month last year. Wholesalers and retailers re- ported the sharpest increase in failures while failures in most sectors of the economy were up over a year earlier. you have the ittaas, wo have the lf93HS." FANTASTIC PRICES OF NEW AND USED f AT ONd H% AYIAR m. SAVINGS ONE MONTH'S FREE RENT IF YOU'RE LIVING IN LETHBRIDGE ;