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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tuesday, October 31, 1972 THE Knowledge of tlie law essential Hunter landoivner relations can be improved By IllC SWIIIAHT of The Herald A complete knowledge of Elia law is essential if farmer-hunt- er relations are to be improved, according to Frank Somerville, regional fish and wildlife officer for southern Alberla. Every fall the hunter-land- owner relation problem comes to the forefront, said Mr. Som- erville. "The problems can generally be attributed to a lack of un- derstanding of the privileges conferred upon them by a hunt- Ing licence by a large number of hunters and a total disre- gard for the rights of tlie land- owner by a few lie saic'r. He said the problem is also fed by tendancy of the land- owner to identify all hunters with a few inconsiderate ones. Mr. .Somerville stressed that the jurisdiction of a hunting li- cence is truly a privilege and not a right. That privilege is basically entitlement to hunt for species of wildlife designat- ed by the licence on land lo which the hunter has right of access. The land to which a hunter can legally gain entry includes privately owned lands on which he has permission. Tliis takea in land held under a certificate of title, agreement for sale, homestead sale, miscellaneous lease or cultivation lease. Aslo, any unoccupied public lands, except those where pub- lic land is leased for grazing, are open lo trespass by hunt- ers. Mr. Somerville said it is the policy of the fish and wild- life division to insist that the hunter notify the lease holder of his intention to trespass for his name and address and the times and dates if the expect- ed hunt. One tiling not all hunters re- alize, said Mr. Eomerville, is that all of them have a respon- sibility lo their fellow hunters and to the landowners alike to report people abusing UK rights of everyone involved. Anyone found abusing the rights of the hunters or the landowners should be reported to a wildlife officer. The vcliielo licence number and a general description of the person involv- ed is essential. The landowner can assist the hunter by determining who owns the land on which ho wishes to hunt by posting signs that name the owner ami de- scribe the location of the land. Such signs are available free of charge from all fish and game associations in the prov- ince. "These signs stale Hunting Bv Permission said Mr. Puzzled with your wedding plans? Question and Answer CIRCULAR I Every bride wishes her wecJding to be just perfect. To i help you prepare for that wonderful day, we have I compiled a list of questions most commonly asked by L the bride-to-be. The answers are taken from authori- f tative sources on etiquette. to aear lo a brfttc 'a ficarf .1 The Bouquet Invitation Line Good tosto needn't be expensive. Our beautiful Souqust Invitation Line proves ihis with the most exquisite papers, typo faces and workmanship you could wisn for! It features Thermo- Engraving rich raised fe tic-ring elegant as tho finest craftsmanship yet coiling so 1 1 tile! 100 our unusual selection. to two weefta fta e HRSNT1NG DIVSSION COR. 7th ST. and 5th AVE. S., LETHBR1DGE NORTH ENTRANCE In The Crowsnest Pass See Vern Decoux in Blairmore or call 562-2149 Somerville. "It Is a fact that rarely are these signs shot up or torn clown as in the case oi No Trespassing or Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted signs. "It's only human nature to resent directions given without qualifying reasons." Aerial spraying of chemicals information Industry, government agen- cies and private concerns now have additional information available to them on aerial spraying of chemicals and oth- er materials in Canada. A report prepared jointly by L. E. Pliilpotts of the economics branch and Robert Fapillon o[ the Canadian Transport Com- mission, deals wish the number of aircraft operators, acres, chemicals and other materials, custom rates per acre to tho c'j.-tomer, aircraft and hours flown in aerial applications dur- ing 1971. Agriculture accounted for only about 10 per cent of the total aerial spraying, including applications for insect and weed control, fertilizing and seeding. Most of the agricultural spray ing 8G per cent of tho total was in the Prairie Prov- inces where the Bertha army- worm program claimed tho most flying time for insect con- trol. Forestry, brush control, mos- quito control and the mainte- nance of utility right-of-way and road allowances were eluded in the aerial operations which covered a total of acres in flying using 112 commercial and pri- vate flying farmer aircraft op- erators, 47 of them from UM United States. fircstonc STORES HEADQUARTERS Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 DISC BRAKES SPECIAL Got disc brakes? Congratulations. You've got the best slopping going. But if you've got disc brakes, you should remember just one thing. They're very, very, different from drum brakes. Instead of a drum, the disc brake has a rotating disc (or And a catiper equipped with two disc pad assemblies and hydraulic pistons. When you need to stop, the caliper assembly grips the rotor. And incidentally, there arc five basic of disc brakes on North American cars. Maybe you're not all that concerned about how your disc brakes work. As long as they do. And that's why you should be concerned about who works on your disc brakes. You need help from people who are thoroughly familiar with the disc brake difference. so you need the disc brake specialists Our disc brake technicians hava taken special training courses on disc brake opera- lion and service. They're familiar with all tho different types found on nil makes of cars. And they liavo tho right equipment to do the job right. And do it efficiently, with no waste motions. Thai's why you get tha best in disc brake service at a pretty remark- able price. Hero's what wo do for only S29.B8. Wo install 4 new front disc pads. Inspect calipers, rotors, rear brakes, brake fluid level, and parking brako. As a littlo exUa at.no extra cost, also clean, inspect and repack your front wheel outer bearings. Then wo road your car to make, sure it measures up to your needs. To our standards. And (a our guarantee; iniles or 24 morUhs, whichever comes first, DISC BRAKE SERVICE 88 ;