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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Concluded from Page 2 and backed up by a survey the farmer may dis- cover he threw in his farm down the road. may the fanner realize that he may pay more in taxes than he receives in revenue from the company. It is the farmer's right to strike deletion clauses from a says the ad- vocate. Under a com- pany can reduce its acreage as its re- quirements Once a deal is they should stick to it. I take ob- jection to a company purchasing 40 acres 20 years ago for their ex- clusive use on sheer speculation. the other there is a handy enlarge- ment clause. If a company wants more land 20 years. Complexions become lovelier with SOFT WATER Helps give your skin the smooth fresh look and feel of health and beauty can help eliminate red hands and itchy skin. ASK THf HUH WHO CAMS' SAY- 120 d-N. Miyor Migrcth Drlvt PhOM 327-7867 it just takes it at 20-year-old prices. while most companies are innocent of the some contracts state 18 inches as the minimum depth for pipelines when the govern- ment says 30 inches minimum. This considera- tion is particularly impor- tant in sugar beet areas where deep cultivation is practised. Mr. Entrup cites a case of what can happen with pipe laid at too shallow a depth. A fanner clearing land with a caterpillar snagged a line and the natural gas flowing out went into his carburetor. He couldn't turn the racing engine off so he headed for the woods. An ensuing ex- plosion destroyed the cat. But when he sued for the price of the the company sued him for for damage to the pipeline. panics have been known to sign a contract and then just change their mind about going on the land and pay the farmer nothing. And as they h ave no right of Mr. Entrup says they sneak in and out wrinkle that rankles the advocate is a clause allowing a company to leave its equipment on the land for six months after a contract is ter- minated. It's like leaving an apartment full of your furniture when you move he making it im- possible to rent. Owners of irrigated land are warned that if they allow equipment to be set they will have to dis- mantle their wheel-type irrigation rigs to get around it. And pipe lines can cause disastrous changes in land irrigated by flooding Another pet gripe of Mr. Hawaii Plan to Join This SPECIAL FUNSEEKERS Hawaiian Holiday 17 NIGHTS Spend New Years in Hawaii Depart Calgary December 31st EACH FROM '439 Including air etc. For complete Information and contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL WEST END OF CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Entrup's is the utility com- pany that pays the fanner per when it should be paying for a whole strip of land where the farmer has been inconvenienced. He says the department of highways has been very fair and to lay afi their cards on the He chuckles because Clarence who waged battles as a rancher with the government is now the biggest ei- propriator in the province. District agriculturists are pleased to have him on the he to deal with surface landmen's ex- propriation the Municipalities Act and Highways Act. And the Department of Agriculture has respected his wish to remain somewhat apart so that he is not 13.1173-THE LETHMMDQI HERALD-3 strung.'-' The reaction to his ap- pointment be and refers to himself as the hired man for the province's farmers. .He is prepared to fly to The sometimes when they have a problem. But he them to become more businesslike because he says the day of the handshake is past Of his relationship with the ombudsman be says there have been no conflicts and that both of- fices pass on complaints more in the other's field. should have the assurance that anything dealt with in this office is on a confidential otherwise they 'hesitate to go to the rf COLOR TV by MOTOROLA CM 3rd Annual Quasar OFFICIAL CFL POSTER WITH DEMONSTRATION OF Quasar GREY CUP SPECIAL. NKlUOEDmPRKE Quasar XT COLOUR TV Works in a drawer Solid state chassis Insta-Matic Color Tuning 4 Plug-in Circuit Modules Pushbutton UHF Tuning Instant Picture Sound Walnut gram finish SMITH'S COLOR TV AND APPLIANCES 239-13th St. N. Phono 328-5541 fniaanl fftnan FrlHaw Till fl ;