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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta I Chile, Soviets may exchange prisoners Saturday, October THE LETHMIDOE HERALD-27 From AP-Reuter SANTIAGO (CP) The So- viet Union has agreed to dis- cuss a reciprocal release of political prisoners with Chile, the Chilean foreign ministry says. Capt. Claudio Collados, un- dersecretary at the Chilean foreign ministry, told a news conference Friday that a Soviet reply to Chile's challenge for mutual release of prisoners had been received through the International Red Cross The announcement followed the arrival here two days ago of an International Red Cross envoy, Denis Feldmeyer. Informed sources said he brought a list of 100 top left- wing prisoners in Chilean jails, for whom the Soviet Union would be prepared to free a similar number of detainees. The list was headed by for- mer Chilean senator Luis Cor- valan, jailed former secretary general of the now- banned Chilean Communist party, the sources said. At Friday's news conference, Capt. Collados said the Red Cross delivered the Chilean challenge to the ago." Cuban and Soviet governments "some time This was after the Sept. 11 speech in which Gen. Augusto Pinochet, the Chilean head-of- state, announced that political prisoners would be freed and challenged Cuba and the Soviet Union to follow suit. There was no immediate comment from Moscow on Collados' statement, but the Soviet government on Thurs- day denounced an earlier Chilean newspaper report along the same lines. The of- ficial Soviet news agency Tass said the story published by La Segunda was a "forgery concocted by fascist- minded generals" to divert world attention from atrocities and arbitrariness in Chile. La Segunda had said the So- viet Union was apparently willing to release some of its prisoners in return for the release of leftists in Chile. Gen. Pincohet later an- nounced that his government will release and deport seven Chilean political prisoners of French women and four an act of deference to French Presi- SPCA alleges puppies stolen, trained to fight VANCOUVER (CP) Purebred puppies are being stolen in British Columbia's lower mainland and taken to an illegal training school for fighting dogs, an official of the Vancouver branch of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said Friday "The puppies are being trained to fight to the death in illegal battles with other dogs." said SPCA secretary- manager Jack Holmes. He said the stolen puppies are all Staffordshire bull terriers or Rhodesian ndgebacks. both noted for their tenacity and indomitable courage. There is evidence to in- dicate that puppies have been taken across the Canadian border into the United States and sold to people who train dogs to take part in illegal battles to the death, he said The purebred puppies are worth around and up in Canada, but in the U S a full- grown trained fighting dog can bring upwards of Mr. Holmes said. He said while thefts of rare- breed and purebred puppies are reported to lower mainland SPCA almost every day, the scale of thefts of Staf- fordshire bull terriers and Rhodesian ridgebacks has suddenly soared in the last month. Sixteen thefts of these breeds have been reported in the last five weeks. In addition, an increasing number of classified adver- tisements have been appear- ing in local newspapers for puppies of these two breeds. There are no regulations to prevent puppies being taken across the border. RAY ADAMS FARM SALE 7 Bills sratt. 2 ml. 1 Bill sutk if GRASSY UKE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26 Sate Time: 1 a.m. Terms Cash Lunch served by local women's group. 1974 Case Agri King 1070 108-h.p. dtod tractor. Deluxe cab with. air conditioner, radio. 360 hours, block heaters 3-pL hitch, adjustable front and rear axle, power steering. 20.8 x 38 rear tires. 1100 x 16 front tires MACHINERY: wing-type 20-ft Ford tandem disc. 230 series, front serated blades 1 J D 5-bottom 15-inch 3-pt. hitch plow (trip 1 CC1L 20-ft Crazy harrows. 1 Massey Ferguson 16-ft. S.P. swather. water cooled engine. 2 J D LLA 12-ft. press drills (top 21- ft. wing-type Noble blade model NBA70. complete with hydraulic cylinders and colters: 1 24-ft. wing type Graham Hoeme plow with rod weeder attachment and cylinders. 14 x 52 Rainbow land leveller, like new. 3-pt. hitch Eversman ditcher; 1 Eversman model 2SO hydraulic scraper: Golden Arrow weed sprayer, complete. 250 gal. tank. 60-ft boom: 32-fL 6-m. Robin grain auger 10 h.p. Kohter electric start motor 1 J D tool bar 3-pt- hitch ditch filler: 4-ft Crowfoot Packers. 15-it i H C spring tooth harrows. 8 section Diamond harrows and draw bar several old high wheel wagons Cockshutt S.P. Combine Chrysler va motor, extended cab Hesston straw chopper. McCoy Renn 10-ft. rubber tooth pick-up Top condition Lanjv Fail ii AudiifMfy wtt appfoxifiisMly 240 o'clock. SHOP TOOLS A EQUIPMENT: 1 Lincoln 180 amp electric welder: 1 electric air compressor '4-h p motor, complete. 1 double bench grinder; 1 leg vise. 1 Ace tap and die set S to men. i pipe threader 'ft to 1 inch. 1 rigid pipe cutter: 1 Speed Master bearing puller: platform scale, aluminum extension ladder; large assortment of shop and misc. farming supplies too numerous to hst TRUCK: 1966 CMC 960 V8 4-speed with Eaton axle. Roadcrafl 14-a. wooden gram box and Unden twin cySnder hoist, 900 x 20 rubber. MISCELLANEOUS: gal water J D nammermOl (belt 1 Kert P T.O. JetWiier spreader. 1500 Ib. capacity: 4-ft. sectors J D tandem packers. 1 Massey Harris take on steW: 1 cement mixer. Z7-n Mayrath grain auger BS motor: 21-fl 6-3n Mayralrt grata auger BS motor; gtf stock water lank: 300 syphons in. up to 1 in 300 gal fuel tanks: 1 wooden SSde-m stock rack. IBS 9m.p moton numerous barrels: quantity of dams.