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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta --------the lethbridge Thursday, March 14, 1972 THE CHINOOK _ 13 Fish and game panel wants landowners compensated for hunting Panelists discussing the is- sue of paid luiiiling in Alberta have agreed landowners should be co mponsaled for f cedin g game, but disagreed sharply on use of public land leased to cattlemen. Members of the panel, organ- ized by the Alberta Fish and Game Association, also agreed there is notiiing in provincial legislation to prevent landown- ers from selling hunters the right to use their land. Dr. Gordon Burton, a Clares- holm rancher and a past presi- dent of the Western Stock Growers' Association, said land- owners need financial incen- tives to provide wildlife habi- tats. Ho claimed the ranchers "have their backs up against the wall" and mnsl consider leased lands part of the over- all ranch Tlic main concern Is to gain some control over activities of hunters. Each fall ranchers face the difficulty of an invasion of hunt- ers driving across grasslands, damaging fences and some- limes injuring cattle. Trespass legislation Is mean- ingless and landowners should be compensated to t he extent of being able to hire men to police the hunters, panelists said. Eike Schcffter, of Edmonton, elrief provinci ai biologist, said landowners should get some form of compensation for pro- viding habitat, but said public laixls must remain accessible to the public. He said ranchers lease only grazing rights, land rights, and multiple use policy must apply to public lands. Ron Jakimchuk of Edmonton, president of a firm of biologi- cal consultnnts, said hunting on private land must be consider- associated with public land He said a system of paid ed a privilege, jiot a right, However on public 1 anris limiting should be considered a right, noL a privilege. Problems mcnl to ranchers. could be eased through heller hating best conic altfut enforcement of laws rather through supply and demand ra- than by transferring manage- lhaii through legislative Elmer Kure, an Innisfail far- mer and a former AFGA presi- dent, noted he had lout! argued for compensation to landowners who provide habitat tor game. S (A T WEDDING IN THE FUTURE! Talk Your Plans Over With the EXPERTS at HOYT'S and SOLVE the PROBLEM of GIFT GIVING for EVERYONE! Simply Enter Your Name In Our Gifr Registry! When a bride visiU our Gift Registry, Et'j the beginning of many hoppy As she selects [he palferns ond colort for her household she graciously pro- vides a guide for gift giving which will serve for years to Fornily and friends may consult those records at they shop for gifls and lotcr at anniversary and holiday times, recommend rc-gTslering 2 month; tarlyl forget Hcyt's Provide a Complimentary Gift for every Bride and Groom who registers their name. BAKING YOUR OWN "WEDDING We have a complete stock of WILTON CAKE DECORATING SUPPLIES ihmg to make your cake a creation of be duly and professional appearing In every respect. DOWNTOWN 606 -608 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5767 LETHBRIDGE IF IT'S A DEAL YOU WANT CHECK WITH US (HIGH VOLUME IS OUR BUSINESS) LOW OVERHEAD IS OUR FACTOR GOOD DEALS GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE ON ALL TRACTORS 1-MASSEY 97 Real Good.......... 1-I.H.C. 4100 1968 4 Wheel Drive. Nice 1-MASSEY 5 INDUSTRIAL Davis Loader........ 1-MASSEY 97 CAB New tires. Complete rear-end overlioul. 1900 Cab, air cond................. 1-MASSEY FERGUSON 95 Good condition................... D.C. 4 KIRCHENER loader................ 1966 Cab, Large tires, New condition- I.H.C. 806. large new lires, late model. Excellent condition..... Cob, new dunU, 200 hours on complete engine overhaul..... 5010 Cab, new 1950T. Cab, complete engine overhaul, warranty........ 1-AC-D21 Cab........................... Cab, new tires, real good. 1-CASE 630 Caseomolic, Comfort King cab 1-M.F. 1130 Good condition. 1030 Complete overhaul....... ARE OUR PLEASURE UNITS SEEDING EQUIPMENT 1-J.D. 14' HOE DRILL with grass leeder 4l3rtft and fertilizer box............... I TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 2-H.C. 21' NOBLE BLADES Good. Each 2- 20' J.D. 1200 SURFLEX With Foremost Hitch. Each 2-T6' J.D. 1200 SURFLEX wear on pans. Ecich 2 MODEL M NOBLE BIADES Each MISCELLANEOUS tires, 7 1967 CHEV TON. 6 TV overloads. 4 l.w.b. ROLLER MILL 22" on Irons with discharge auger, recon rollers, DATSUN 1600 Sedan, clean 1-102 I.H.C, G. Whh snow blower and mower. QUANTITY OF IRON AT A REASONABLE PRICE 1-J.D. 14' HOE DRILL Real good 1-J.D. 1800 SURFLEX With seeder box, real good...... 1-I.H.C. 150 14' DRILL Ferllliier box mkr.............. 12' HOE DRILL late model, square shaft, OS new. Hitch mkr. SNOWMOBILES 1-1972 640 TNT Dual carb., cnrome skt 1 197) 640 NORDIC Excellent............ 634 SCORPIONS Ench 1-1970 399 NORDIC 1-1970 399 TNT 10OO mites, speedometer, lac, good. 1-T970 SNOW CRUISER Electric start. Reverse.........., ANDERSON SUPPLIES LTD WARNER, ALBERTA For Sales Phone GORDON, REG and KEITH at 642-3845 and 642-3944 ;