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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Hunters face court RED DEER (CP) Eight Albertans have been charged under the Provincial Wildlife Act following the seizure of 32 quarters of mid moat, mostly elk. The meat, from eight an- imals, was seized last Satur- day near Nordegg, about 100 miles west of here, Bob For- syth, regional wildlife officer, caid In an interview today. The hunters, from Calgary, Edmonton, Caroline, Rimbey and unspecified Alberta com- munities will appear in courl in Rocky Mountain House next Wednesday, he said. They have been chargec with removing evidence of an animal's sex and irregular tag- ging procedures, he said. Combined weight of the meat seized was about H4 tons. Baiik No. 10 OTTAWA (CP) Unity Bank of Canada became the coun try's 10th chartered bank yes- terday when the federal govern- ment granted its banking li- cence. Avoid last minute problems by applying early. You'll get better and faster service. Get passport applications at any post office, travel agency, airline or steam- ship company. DBWITMENr OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS P.S. Check your application care- fully 35 per cent of applications dfltiyed duo to errors I GENERATION GAP John Diefenbaker, at 77 Hit oldest member of parliament, and Sean O'Sullivan, 20, the youngMt MP who represent! the riding of Hamilton Mountain, speak to reporters at the post-election Progressive Conservative caucus. No plans yet for pensions EDMONTON (CP) The government of Alberta has no mmediate plans to follow Brit- sh Columbia's lead in propos- ng a basic old-age pension of a month, Health Minister Neil Crawford said here. He was replying to a legisla- ure question by Grant Notley, cader of the New Democratic Party. Mr. Oawford said "I want lo assure the bouse that we have done as much examination as is wssiblc o[ the proposals placed refore the B.C. legislature. Pepsi, comrade? PURCHASE, N.Y. (Reuter) The makers of Pepsi-Cola an- nounced the signing of the first contract to supply a United States consumer product to the Soviet Union. Pepsi-Cola said an agreement has been signed vilh Sozyuzplodoimport, a So- 'let food-product import 4ng agency, to- bottling and cfls- ribiiting (lie carbonafcd soft drink- in the Soviet Union. SPECIAL FURNITURE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, NOV. 20 P.M. TERMS CASH HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE 1920-2 Ave. S., Lethbridge NO RESERVE Having received Inilruclions from the owners who have sold Iheir large home and moved inlo a mobile home we will tell the following: New 4 sealer chesterfield and chair; Coffee table; 2 step tables; Dark brown leatherette recliner; R.C.A. Victor TV; Lounge; Corner table; Room divider; 9x11' riis; and underlay; 6x9' orange nig; 2 liall runners; Pictures; 2 new table lamps; Findlay 30" gas range with timer; RC.A. Whirlpool 12 cu. ft. fridge; II cu. ft. deepfreeze; Washing machine; Viking fridge; Chrome table and 4 chairs; Utility (able Small buffet; Table and 2 chairs. Dark wood bedroom suite with double dresser, chest of drawers and complete bookcase bed; New 54" bnx spring and; New SI" nwtlrrss; Complete 54" bed; Double dresser; Cliest of drawers; Large nil heater (for 6 rooms) like new; Small oil hcnlcr; Small gas healer; Small electric chord organ; Clocks; Radios; Steam iron; Broiler; Vacuum, Travel iron; Toaster, Coffee perc; Car- pet sweeper; Humidifier; Drapes; Dishes; Blnnkcls; Cush- ions; Bedspreads; 38 gal. gas tank; Propane bottle; Cement mixer; Chain saw; Work bench; Lawn table and umbrella. Many More Items Too Numerous To Mrnlion. Itcmi May Be Viewed SUNDAY, NOV. 19lh, 2 4 P.M. SALE DAY 8 A.M. SALE TIME FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACTi HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328. 4705 19JO 2nd AVE, S. LlTHBRIDOl TED NEWBY Lie. 41 AUCTIONEERS KEITH ERDMANN lie. 451 Farmers protest land tax sale PEACE RIVER (CP) Ag- riculture Minister Hugh Hom- er has been asked to postpone sale of acres of land in the Smokey River district, Fred Herzog, president of the Peace River Stock Growers' Associa- tion, said Friday. Mr. Herzog said a telegram has been sent protesting a land sale scheduled Nov. 29 under the Tax Recovery Act. It was unjustified in view of the finan- cial problems of farmers in the area. He asked that all those af- fected by the sale should be given a chance to redeem their land with funds provided by a government-promised aid pro- gram. The association is shocked that the government knows so little of the farmers' plight in the Peace River area, said Mr. Herzog. Saturday, NovtmWr II, 1971 THIICTH6RIDO! HERALD Cranbrook station hearing set OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio Television Com- mission opens hearings here Tuesday to determine whether Lakebead Broadcasting Co. Ltd., owners of Radio Station CJLX in Thunder Bay, sought to mislead the commission about the station's ownership. An associated thorny ques- tion la i move to have shares in the Ontario station transferr- ed to East Kootenay Broad- canting Co. Ltd., which owns Radio Station CKEK In Cran- brook, B.C. The focal point of the hearings will be an application by Lake- head Broadcasting for CRTC approval of a transfer of shares from one of its three owners to the other two. Lakehead Broadcasting Is also applying for a renewal of its licence for CJLX. Under the share transfer ap- plication, common shares, 85 per cent of the total, would be transferred from Robert MacCowan to Lawrence Polls and Walter Clemens. Mr. MacGowan is general manager of the station, while Mr. Clemens is sales mana- ger and Lawrence Potts, a Tor- onto resident, is advertising salesman. Documents filed by Lakehead Broadcasting says Mr. Mac- Gowan would be paid for his shares and would also be paid a year for con- sulting services after he ceases to be general manager. Complicating the >hare-own- ership picture is Hie fact that almost all the common rtwa are held Jn trust by Canada Trust Co. to secure a loan by Roynat Ltd. to Lakeheed Broadcasting. A formal intervention fiJed bf East Kootenay alleges ttot Mr. MacGowan agreed In Miy, 1970, to sell all Lakehead Broad- casting shares to East Kootamf Broadcasting for Wage dividend for employees ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Directors of Eastman Kodak Co. voted yesterday a wage dividend of million to be paid to 70.600 employees across the United Slates'March 16. El- igible employees will receive for each earned in the last five years. 1972 TOYOTA 4-WHEEL DRIVE LANDCRUISER STATION WAGON Milel Free Wheeling Hubi 155 H.P. Engine Radio Thit Is a company owned unit used for demonstrating only. SPECIALLY PRICED AT S4995 HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BUY A TRAILER AT BELOW WHOLESALE! 2 ONLY 1971 SKYLARK FACTORY REPOSSESSIONS These units hove never been Died and carry our factory new trailer guaranlee. SKYLARK 19W Complcloly equipped Including fibre glass (ronl, roof ond deck. Rubber-ride tandem oxle ond front bunk. Regular Retail SKYLARK 221 Including fibre glrm from, inof nurl drck. tnnriem axle. Compressor, blown1 for licnlcr, I batlcry nnd ehorger. Regular Detail 15806. NOW ONIY rULl PAYMENT ACCEPTER IN GRAIN BARLEY PER BUS. Jl.OO WHEAT PER BUS. TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE COUTTS HIGHWAY EAST OF THE DRIVE IN PHONE 327-3145 ks, SAFEWAY FIRST OF THE WEEK SUPER SAVERS PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Monday Tuesday, Nov. 20 21 only PEANUT BUTTER EMPRESS HOMO or CHUNK STYLE 48-oz. net wt. tin APPLE JUICE TOWN HOUSE PURE CANADA CHOICE, 48-fl. oz. tin for BABY FOOD HEINZ STRAINED or JUNIOR (Except Meat Dinners) tin for CHEESE SLICES LUCERNE CANADIAN PROCESS Mb. net wt. pkg. NAVEL ORANGES CALIFORNIA CHOICE Easy to Peel Cello Bag IBs. GROUND BEEF REGULAR QUALITY FRESH MADE Ib. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. 1960, CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;