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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 7, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Farmer-hunter relations can be improved lly IIIC SH'IMAHT Staff IVrilcr A conipldlf-' knowing of life is cssenliiil if farmt'i'-hunl- ci- reliilion.s ;ifc to ixi improved, says I1'. A. Somcrvillc. ;il fish ami wildlife officer for southern Alberta. Most of the difficulties Ijc- Iwe.cii hunfors :md ffirmers or ranchers stems from a lack of iindiTslandinK of "occu p i e. flM iiiid "unoccupied" hind and the rights of individuals in regard In the tuo categories, he said. land is private land and land is public land. A hunter should have per- mission lo h u nl on occupied land. If he doesn't obtain per- mission. or not Ihe land Ls hi1 is liable In prosecution Ihe Wild- life Acl. Mr. Somervillc said the Pef- ly Trespass Acl is Ihe other Icg- i-.lation dealing hun'ers on occupied land. It is under llns act that "posting" of occupied bud is spelled out. Under the Petty Trespass Act occupied land must have a siKn posted al each corner of the properly and at all Rates or en- trances lo Ibat land. He said the end result of Ihe two acts is the same cn- foreemenl of the law but there are several points of ap- plicaiion which differ. UK; land owner is unable to prove that the people were hunting. Ihe Petty Trespass Act must be used, since thr Wildlife Act doesn't apply. Polly Trespass Acl provides for reimbursement lo the farmer of any property damage attributable to hunters, upon conviction. The Wildlife Ac! provides only for payment of a penalty as set by govern- ment. court action under (he Petty Trespass Act must be in- stigated by the individual farm- er or rancher and then com- pleted by the wildlife officer. The vVihilife Act can be enact- eel from start lo finish In' Hi'1 mimljer.s of the vehicles and wildlife olfittT. number of he said. Mr Soinerville said he wmilrt "H is t" like lo Ret neross to tlie land "Henders, ljul the that in a ease of Ires- musl gol the necessary Klentifi- pass whether the Wildlife I 'at prosecution. or the Peltv Trespass Ael huildinjis on occupied land i.s one o! Ihe mast common com- plaints from farmers. The law slaU'S that only the owner or lu'ni'jc octuptint of the1 land can shoot (lancer socialv officers The U'lhlji idge di.-lrirt unit of the Canadian Cancer Society i rrjcently elected. Named as pn.'Mtlent .John Gofio. replacing immediate j past president C. 11. Gordon. Rev. Lawrence llankin.son is (he pew vice president. Mrs.; Frances Miller the secretary-! treasurer; Dr. I. L. McFadzcn the mcflical advisor. Also on iiie board of di- rectors are: Mrs. A. Ander- son of l-'orl Maclcod. Bill Ker- gjui. Uick liroderick, George Peter Chuniik. Mrs. Myra McLean, .lack Downs. Clare Mane. Alice Jacobs on. Mrs. Violet Merriman, Mrs. S'ue Kado. of Magrath. Mrs. Dorothy Lin- den Kellicut 'of Grantim. F. Whitney, K. Jensen and Mrs. Louise lumber were also elect- ed. John (logo was also nomin- ated as llu- provincial delegate (o the CCS. within 'Mi yards of any omi- pied building. The law doe.s provide protec- tion for the hunter as well, A ean hunt on a grazing lease which is public land with- nut permission but for sjood farmer-hunter relations, it is advisable to ask, he sa'itl. Permission is required for [muling on cultivation lease land or land with a licence of occupation (roadways used for special purposes He said all hunters should as- sume more responsibility for Ihe actions of other hunters. Many hunter rights are being curtailed by the actions of a few poor hunters, t Mr. Somerville said all hunt- ers should think of hunting a.L; a game, and any violations of the hunting lav.s as violations of the rules of the game. "This would give more impe- tus for burners to report the actions of other hunters violat- ing the he said. Mr. Somervillc controls six districts in southern Alberta. THIS IS to attend the Lethbridge Area CONFERENCE THEME SETTER INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS THE KEY? Wednesday, Nov. 17th, 1971 a.m. Sven Ericksen's Restaurant 1715 Mayor Magrath Drive EACH COMPANY IN THE LETHBRIDGE AREA IS INVITED TO BE REPRESENTED BY AT LEAST ONE EM- PLOYER AND ONE EMPLOYEE DELEGATE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WORKSHOP GROUPS. UNIONS, MAN- AGEMENT, AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS INTERESTED IN LABOUR-MANAGEMENT CO-OPERATION ARE AL- SO INVITED. PROFESSOR GORDON CAMPBELL University of Lethbridge K. P. DcWITT, Banch Head labour-Management Con- sultation Branch, Canada Department of Labour, Ottawa. D. I. GARDNER, Deputy Minister, Alberta Department of Labour, Edmonton. MAYOR A. C. ANDERSON, City of Lethbridge. Chairman, W. J. COUSINS, University of Lethbridge. Please fill in registration form below and mail with your fee of S3.00 per representatr THE FEE INCLUDES CONFERENCE KIT AND LUNCHEON. Cheques should be made payable to: MR. E. A. LAWRENCE, E n q i n c c i i n g Director, Cify of Lcinbi idc'c, City Hall, Lethbridge, Aha. Alhcilcr Dcpcntmcnl of Uibgui Alberta Federation of Labour Ctintictei Department of Labour Canadian Manufacturers' Association City of letlibriclgc LrllibritUjc Building Trndoj Council Lollibricltje Chamber of Commcice Let Abridge J, Disliict Lcibour Council Lcthbridcjc Construction Association LABOUR-MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE Svon Ericksen's Restaurant, 1715 Mayor Magrath Drive, lothbridge, Alberla. November 17, 1971. NAME REPRESENTING POSITION HELD (Please Print; will br provided Cheques should be made payable to: Mr. E. A. Lawrence, Conference Co-ordinatot, City Hall, Lethbridge, Alberta Conference Directors ngi E A Uiwicncn, Engineering Diieetor, City of Lctlibr iflge, ICTHBRIDGC. Alberta. W Goner ol Manager, Lclltbiidgc Chamber of Commerce, LETHBRIDGE, Alberta. G Litclifield, Ptoiident, Lcthbridgp X Distrki labour Council, IETHDRIDGE, Albprlci. C. D. Gaiclnrr, Western Regional Supervisor, Labour- Consultation Brant h, Canada Depart- EDMONTON, Alberta. Ray Marclitrnd, Conference liaison Officer, laboui-Mnn- ciriemoni Consultation Branch, Canada Dcnaitmcnt of labour, OTTAWA, Ontario. Man mirnient ment of Lciboui, Conference Co-ordinating Committee Co-ardinatoi, E. A. Lawrence, City of S, Coxon, letlibi idne Chamber of Commerce G. litclifield, Lcthbtidgc A District labour Council R. C. Tennant, Canadian Manufacturers' Association Mrs. S. Norton, Construction Trades Council T. Donaldson, Alberta Federation of labour R. G. Mclnlosli, labour-Management Community Council T. Lewis, labour-Management Community Council W. F, Scheurkogel, Letlibridgc District Labour Council C. D. Gardner, Labour-Management Consultation Branch, Canada De pail men I of Labour Elevator sale draws interest Announcement of the sale or lease of the Canadian govern- ment grain elevator in Leth- bridpc has aroused, on the sur- face at least, considerable in- terest from the ''big three" grain handling firms. A. Beattie. manager of public relations for Ihe Alberta Wheat Pool said his company has been studying the interior terminal in Lcth bridge for months. ''We see the terminal eleva- tor as a possible addition to our elevator system if the company continues lo fee! it can be in- corporated into the system to the benefit of the members of the he said. ''The purchase or lease of the elevator would be determined by a study of the costs of reno- vation and the possibility of a realistic stopover rate being ne- gotiated with the railway com- pany." He said he didn't feel the company would be able to use the terminal elevator as a pri- mary elevator, because the company is well equipped in the area with many other ele- vators. Cliff MacArlhur. general manager of the western region for Federal Grain, said Federal is considering the proposal, peeking ways [lie elevator could he advantageously used for farmers in southern Alberta and by the company. He said, although the com- pany has known of the proposal fur somo time, there are no def- inite plans formulated, Roger Olson, public relations officer for United Grain Grow- ers Limited, said his company considering the proposal. Tenders for the proposal close Nov. 2fi. Cattle breeders to meet The Southern Alberta Cattle breeders Association and the Southern Alberta Hereford Club will hold annual meetings Nov. in the exhibition Pavilion. The association members will meet on Ihe mezzanine floor, and the club in the board room, starting at p.m. and a.m. re.-poc'Uvely. All regular business pertain- ing '.o an annual meeting will be transacted by both groups. A notice of motion for the a.s- MK'iation lhat all members lo be eligible lo become a director of the group will have to have contributed three of the last five years al a Southern Alber- ta Cattle Breeders Association sale. carried. All members are requested In attend the La; OICIl The l.elhhridge Community is fl design for ;i sehoo! ria.c. A special committee will he ppoinled to handle n design iMiile-i fi-oni which Ihe school may hr chosen. The contest will he open to all groups as well as ama- teur ami professional artists. There will lie three prizes: MINI. SMI and There will lie another Sjtt added lo the if Ihe is deemed Dale.s for the eiMileM h.r- c I not been set. SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY Thriftway Drugs Listerine !C NOW ONLY USTERINE LOZENGES Reg. 98c 73' BRECK ONE DANDRUFF SHAMPOO 3-oz. LOTION Reg. 1.29 Now only........ 6-m. LOTION Recj. 2 29 Now only 1 .77 .44 3-oi. 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