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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Association Seeks Vote For Tenants EDMONTON (CP) Tiie Edmonton Homing Association is urging the provincial govern- ment to change legislation to give tenants a vote on money bylaws. In letter to Fred Colborne, municipal affairs minister, the association said a. recent meet- ing of its landlord members, "strongly favored extending the right to vote on money bylaws to tenants." The association said that ten- ants indirectly contribute to taxes through the rent paid to landlords. Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. 327-1418 Hunters Threaten Survival Of Rare Trumpeter Swans CALGARY (CP) The sur- vival of Trumpeter Swans may be threatened by irrespon- sible hunters who say they "accidentally" shot them, a fish and wildlife officer said Wednesday. Chuck Gordon, Calgary re- gion enforcement officer, said the staff at Strathmore, 35 miles east of the city, were ad- vised that a party of five hunt- ers shot three Swans in the area recently. The usual defence give when hunters are caught wil' Swans in their possession that they were mistaken to Snow Geese, Mr. Gordon saic But Swans are larger bird with longer necks which ar outstretched in flight and an ''completely" white. are generally smalle have shorter necks and blac wing tips. Both Whistler Swans an Trumpeter Swans are protec ed in Canada under the M gratory Birds Convention Ac It B estimated that then are tranpeters left in th world, and about wbis tiers. He said fines for shootin Swans range from to but convictions are rare an PLAN TO ATTEND THE COALDALE REGULAR WEDNESDAY NIGHT AUCTION SALE FIRST SALE OCT. 28th--7.00 p.m. 1801 MAIN STREET COALDALE Hems for idle may be viewed any time daily 9 am. to 5 p.m. Items will include the following plus many more: TELEVISION GUNS FURNITURE BIKES SPORTING GOODS KITCHEN ITEMS HAND AND POWER TOOLS, ETC. NOTE: Turn your miscellaneous Items into quick caih by auction. Phone 345-3533 or 345-3534 Coaldale re- ceiving department. Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. These lalet are sponsored alternately by the Coaldale Rotary and the Coaldale Kinsmen Clubs with proceeds after expenses going, to community the new Coaldale Sportsplex. TERMS CASH SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION ENTERPRISES LTD. P.O. BOX 105 COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" HENRY PLETT COMPLETE DISPERSAL STOCK AND EQUIPMENT CHINCHILLA AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 1 p.m. 2015 22nd STREET, COALDALE, ALBERTA TERMS: CASH DAY OF THE SALE NO ANIMALS OR EQUIPMENT TO BE REMOVED UNTIL PAID FOR IN FULL The following list of equipment and stock for sale is offered as a guide only and is subject to errors, additions or deletions as you may find them at the sale. 34 MALES-lncluding 4M Mala Breeders. 49 FEMALES-lncluding 22 Female Breeders. TAG AND SEX TATTO _ SIRE DAM BIRTH DATS (The Following Is In The Above 29 M, BUS, BUS, NER, Mar. 20, '68 30 M BUS LEB LEB, April A, '68 U M BUS, NER, BUS, Mar. 21, '69 10 M, BUS, LEB, JBT, Mar. 22, '68 50 F BUS, BUS VRH April 29, '69 101 F BUS, NER, WEY, Sept. 16, 68 60 F BUS, JBT, BUS, June 9, '68. 26 F, BUS, NER, BUS, April 4. '68 184 F, BUS, VRH, VRH, Nov. 12, '67 36 F, BUS JBT, JBT, April 24, '68 109 F, TYM, VRH, VRH, Sept. 6, '67 24 F, BUS, NER, WEY, May 18, '68 84 F, BUS, LSH, VRH, July 26, '68 93 F, BUS, JBT, JBT, Aug 18 '68 97 F, BUS, JBT, JBT, June 18, '68 71 F, BUS, JBT BUS Sept. 14, '68 11 F, JBT, VRH, VRH, July 5, '67 2 F BUS, JBT, VRH, Feb. 5, '67 40 F, BUS, NER, WEY, Sept 14 '66 73 F, BUS, RAZ, RAZ, Mar. 18, '67 82 F, BUS, JBT, BUS, Nov. 23, '68 39 F, BUS, NMM, BUS, July 3 '68 113 F, BUS, WEY, WEY, Oct. 16, '68 7 F, BUS VRH VRH Mar. 7, '68 _ 87 F, BUS, NER, WEY, July 27, '68 _ 12 F ISH, ISH, LSH, Sept. 30, '66. 12 F, NER, BUS, Jan. 18, '70 13 F, NER, BUS Jan 18, '70 20 F, JBT, BUS, Mar. 3, -70 15 f, BUS, Mar. 31, '70 29 F, BUS, BUS, Apr. 25, '70-31 F BUS May 4, '70 37 F, BUS, BUS, May 8, '70 _ 38 F, BUS, BUS May 8, '70 39 t. BUS, BUS, May 16, '70 40 F BUS BUS, May 16, '70 41 F, BUS, BUS, May 22, '70 -'45 F' BUS, BUS, June 1 '70 46 F, BUS, BUS, June 10 '70 49 F, BUS, BUS, July 2, '70 50 F, BUS, ISH, July 18 '70- 51 F, BUS, LSH, July 18, '70 55F, BUS, July 30 '70 61 F, BUS, TYM, Aug. 16, '70 62 F, BUS, BUS, Aug. 17 '70 -63 F, BUS, BUS, Aug. 17, '70 64 F, .BUS, BUS, Aug. 17, '70 70 f, BUS, BUS, Aug. 26, '70 73 F, BUS, BUS, Sept. 4, '70 76 F, BUS, BUS, Sept. 23, '70 77 F, BUS, BUS, Sept. 23, '70 _ 81 F, BUS, BUS, Oct 3, '70 _ 82 F BUS BUS, Oct. 11, '70 15 M, BUS, BUS, Feb 6 '70 16 M, NER, TYM, Feb. 28, '70 22 M, NER, BUS Mar 12, '70 23 M, BUS, BUS, Mar. 31, '70 26 M BUS _ April 8, '70 27 M, NER, JBT, April 10, '70 28 M, NER, JBT, April 10, '70 32 M, BUS, May 4, '70 33 M, BUS May 4, '70 35 M, BUS, BUS, May 8, '70 36 M BUS BUS, May 8, '70 44 M, BUS, BUS, June 1, '70 52 M' BUS, July 30, '70 53 M, BUS, July 30. '70 56 M BUS, BUS, Aug. 1 4, '70 57 BUS, BUS, Aug 15, '70 58 M, BUS, BUS, Aug. 15, '70 59 M, TYM, Auq 16 '70 60 M, BUS, TYM, Aug. 16, '70 _ 65 M, BUS BUS Aug. 17, '70 67 M, BUS, BUS, Aug. 24, '70 71 M BUS BUS, Sept. 4, '70 72 M, BUS, BUS, Sept. 4, '70 74 M' BUS; BUS, Sept. 8, '70 75 M, BUS, BUS, Sept 11 '70 78 M, BUS, Sept. 27, 70 79 M, BUS, BUS Sept 27 '70 80 M, BUS, BUS, Sept. 27, '70 83 M, BUS 'BUS' Oct. 11, '70. iii EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS 8 sots breeder cages, each holding 6 females and 1 -rUe, complete with feeding and watering equipmfjnl; 2 scu. peller cages, each holding 5 Chllchillas; 1 set peller cage, holding 2 Chinchillas; approximately 100 Ibs. of pellels. PLEASE NOTE: Bring your own shipping or carrying cages. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALBALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phone 345-3534 or the Owner IES HANDLEY ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 010121 probably represent only one per cent of the numbers of Swans being shot. Only 100 Seats TAEER (HNS) Attendance will be limited to 100 people at a chamber of commerce meet- ing here Oct. 28 with Highways Minister Taylor. Mr. Taylor will be in Leth- bridge earlier in the afternoon to address a highways meeting I a r r a n g e d by the Lethbridge Chamber on Ire half of the chambers of commerce and boards of trade in south Alber- ta. Prior to the p.m. dinner meeting, the Highways Minis- ter will meet with the councils of the town of Taber and the Taber MD at the civic admin- istration office to discuss mat- ters of local concern. FIRED TEACHER Ar- thur Norton Olsen, 30, t chemistry teacher for South Peace High School in Daw- son Creek, B.C., says lie has been fired because the school board claims he told Ms stu- dents it's too bad there aren't more Front de Libera- tion du Quebec supporters in Western Canada. Mr. Olseu has denied the charge. -ioturdtiy, October 24, It70 THI LITHMIDOI HMAIB Business Community Urged To Look To Quebec In 1971 MONTREAL (CP) Bryce Mackasey, federal minister of labor, says that never before in Canada's history has it been so necessary for the business com- munity to show confidence in the future of Quebec. The minister made the com- ment here during a day- long meeting of the Conference Board Inc., formerly known as the National Industrial Confer- ence Board. The board's Cana- dian council sponsored the meeting designed to Uke a look at business prospects in 1971. Mr. Mackasey departed from his text to deal briefly with the events in Quebec since the kid- napping of. British diplomat James Richard Cross and the kidnap-murder of Pierre La- porte, Quebec's labor minister. tie appealed to the industrial- ists, financial and business lead- ers attending the Conference Board session to show .confi- dence in the future of Quebec. "Invest your capital in Quebec despite this troubled time. Quebec will be part of Canada long after we are gone." Mr. Mackasey spoke of the current wave of terrorism sweeping Quebec and said that against the background of the past couple of weeks "it is diffi- cult for me, difficult perhaps for you, to focus on the subject of this conference." He referred to the Front de Liberation du Quebec and "the threat to our society posed by a group whose demonstrated in- tention is to dismantle and de- stroy the foundations of our freedom." "It would only serve the FLQ interests to allow ourselves to be diverted from our everyday pursuits" by concentrating en- tirely on the happenings of the last couple of weeks, the minis- ter added. Furthermore, the subject of the conference had a vital bear- ing on the strength of the soci- ety "we must now all be espe- cially determined to preserve and improve." EXPORTS UP Formosa exported mil- lion in goods during the first five months of 1970, up 38.9 per cent from the same period in 1969, the government an- nounced. Travel Director OTTAWA (CP) Donald C. Bythell of Ottawa has been named director of the travel in- dustry branch of the tourism office, the Canadian Govern- ment Travel Bureau announced Thursday. Mr. Bythell replaces F. B. Clark, who now is Cana- dian consul-general to the Phil- ippines. SHOE REPAIR Fast at reoionablt pricti Alio repair and pi act all typei of zippers Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Avt. S. (Next to Lelhbrldgt Locklr and Seafoods) HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare' Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Efftctj. CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. ANNUAL KCINOVISION SPONSORED BY THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1490 CAR BINGO MAJOR PRIZE Wednesday, Nov. 4th TO P.M. DONATION CARDS EACH CJLH-TV Channel 7 KCINOVISION PHONE 328-8801 EXTRA CARDS EACH on S 2 O -3 UJI o u Z to X ui O D O O o Cards are available at following placet In Southern Alberta end Southeastern B.C. Reservn your number K3 Ed's Recreation M John's Billiards Cigar LUNDBRECK Lundbreck Trading Paul's Billiards and Son Cigar !l9A "3 co o in m" Cowley Motors i. Sikora Confectionery For delivery M. McNeil PINCHER ABC Confectionery 627-3239 Pincher Creek Grocery General Store Sundries Esso Claresholm Pharmacy or phone Maple Leaf Service Sin. Stanko delivery ifcfc. m 5rt? Service Garage inni fcrt z FORT Moon o Fort Macleod Animal Barber Shop JE M and S Lumber or phone Miller Excavating Jewellery 562-2565 Catonio Grocery Auto MAGRATH John Brunner 758-3029 George Gruninger Wolosuk 654-2959 Joe Nadoroiny 654-2226 Joe Tivador 654-2936 Peler Nest Pass Motors 562-2188 Twilight Confectionery Miners Z Tyler's Gulf ArndtMolor Ltd. delivery Eric DEL or John Lloyd Secretan's Farm Hoist Mon'J Del Bonita General S DIAMOND CITY F. Danielson Palko Owen Clothing Ltd. Hour Marlinizing-Westmlnifer 0 1 Finn Pharmacy Ltd. 1 General Store General JJC _. m R; Thompson and Motors (Raymond) Ltd. ?O Q General Store Brown jerry Rezman Spra Car FOR TOWNS NOT LISTED INQUIRE s s O 3 g m Q 51 N9L TO QUALIFY FOR THE EXTRA BONUS PRIZES MAIL YOUR ENTRIES TOGETHER WITH YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS TO P.O. BOX 1133, LETHBRIDGE, BE RECEIVED NOT LATER THAN 6 P.M., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1970. ALBERTA. ENTRIES MUST ;