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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Columnist, Newspaper Committed To Stand Trial On Libel Charge VANCOUVER (CP) - Columnist Allan Fotheringham and The Sun Publishing Co. Ltd. Friday were committed to stand trial before the British Columbia Supreme Court, charged with defamatory libel against Vancouver lawyer Arthur Fouks. Provincial court Judge David Moffett said he found enough prima facie evidence from a preliminary hearing to order a trial. No date was set. Fotheringham, whose column appears five times a week in the Evening Sun, was charged with libelling Mr. Fouks in col- boom, with pump and' LADDIE BORT ESTATE AUCTION SALE One mile north of Cowley, turn west Vi mile, north for seven miles, turn west at Y one mile, north Vi mile. (Follow signs). Sale to be held at the old MacMillan Place. FRIDAY, MAY 1 -11 am. Terms - Cash No Reserve Lunch served by Livingstone Ladies' Club TRACTORS 1 Case 830 Tractor with cab, only 623 hours 1 John Deere 710 Tractor, only 550 hours 1 Allis Chalmers Tractor with loader and blade FARM MACHINERY 1 Cockshutt Swather No. 502 (self propelled) 12' cut 1 Case Combine No. 600 with Melrose Pickup 1 John Deere 12' Press drill, like new 1 John Deere, only 2 years old 1 Allis Chalmers 10'Chisel Plow 1 Allis Chalmers 8' Chisel Plow 1 3-point hitch IVi Victory Blade 1 3-point hitch 2 bottom plow 1 Allis Chalmers 3 bottom plow 1 Golden Arrow Sprayer, 32' regulator 1 International Side Delivery Rake 1 John Deere No. 24T Baler 1 Allied Automatic Bale Stooker with motor, just one year old 1 10'Victory Blade 1 6' Moline One-way 2 Sets John Deere Harrows 1 Set Crazy Harrows 1 Rod Weeder attachment 1 Bale Elevator with motor 1 Bear Cat Hammermill combination hay and grain .1 Farmcrest Auger with motor 6" Auger, 27' long 1 Cockshutt 623 Manure Spreader 1 Allis Chalmers Mower 7' cut IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 1 Paramount Pump - 6" Intake with 4" outlet P.T.O. driven 1400' of four-Inch pipe with Bucknew Rain Bird Sprinklers MISCELLANEOUS FARM EQUIPMENT 300 gallon fuel tanks with hoses and nozzles Gas pump Zephyr Vi" electric drill Model 510 Air Compressor Battery Charger A number of anvils, vises, grinders, shovels, wrenches, bolt cutters, pliers, etc. Post Hole Drill with motor Hay wagon with rack Gas Lawn Mower Lawn Mower (push type) Cream Separator and Cream Cans Camper Trailer Jaek-AII Rolls cable, barb wire, telephone wire. A number of implement tiresi Quantity of plywoodi Galvanized water trough. Machinery and Equipment If all In top working condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET,, 'MIRNATIONAL SALES MANAGIMIN1 P h m p -10 i 1 - - . IL- I HURLBURTt > AUCTIONEERS: KENNETH E. HURLBURT  DAVID K. McNAB Licence No. 274 Licence No. 670 umns of Sept. 10 and Dec. 30 of last year. Sun Publishing Co. Ltd., represented by Publisher Stuart Keate, faced the same charges laid under the defamatory libel section of the mminal code. Both parties;pleaded not guilty. The first charge said the alleged libel imputed that Mr. Fouks "would accept the sum of $10,000 for the purpose of improperly influencing the liquor control board of British Columbia." The second charge said the December column implied that Mr. Fouks bad accepted $10,000 Food Strike Not Protest OTTAWA (CP) - A food strike at the Prince Albert, Sask., penitentiary last December was not a protest against the food but the removal of some of the kitchen staff to other duties, Solicitor-General George McITraith told the Commons. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker (PC - Prince Albert) raised the matter in referring to the visit of three NDP MPs to the prison last month. He asked about the criticisms the MPs made following their visit about the food and the lack of meat at meals. He said he visited the prison last September and came away impressed by the prison both as a training unit and penal institution. "for the purpose of improperly influencing the attorney - general of B.C. and oiher govern-ment officials to alter the provisions of the Insurance Act." Both of Fotheringham's columns were admitted as exhibits April 9. Defence lawyer Peter Butler told the preliminary hearing there was no evidence the accused published the alleged libellous material. "The crown has not proven publication of either article by either of the two accused," Mr. Butler said. Judge Moffett disagreed, saying there was prima facie evidence to indicate responsibility. Fotheringham and Keate were in the courtroom, but left without comment following the decision. Fotheringham took notes of the judgment. Judge Moffett said he had "difficulty in determining if there was evidence that the Sun Publishing Company is, in fact, the publisher." The newspaper's masthead, listing its name and Mr. Keate as publisher, he said, established that sufficiently. Another point, whether or not the Fouks mentioned in the columns and the one bringing the case were in fact the same persons, was established by the similarity in spelling, he said. Mr. Fouks was not called to the stand during the hearing. Mr. Butler's argument that Fotheringham had not. been identified as the originator of the colums "had some merit," Judge Moffett said, but there still was sufficient evidence to commit him for trial along with the company. Maximum penalty for defamatory libel is two years in prison. IT'S HERE NOW! BLACK & DECKER ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER The lightweight one you've been waiting for-only 31 lbs. 18" cutting" width. NOW ONLY TRADES ACCEPTED TERMS ARRANGED -Sofurdoy, April 18, 1970 -WORLD FIRST The first person to sail around the world alone was Joshua Slo-cum, a native of Nova Scotia, who made the trip between 1895 and 1898. EX-BROTHER IN POLITICS - Gerard Provencher, former member of a Roman Catholic religious order is running in Quebec's April 29 election as a candidate for the separatist Parti Quebecois. His riding is Chateauguay, near Montreal. NATO Fleet Has No Orders To Watch Soviet Exercise Accessories including grass catcher available SEE THEM TODAY AT MOTOR MOWER 817 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2669 OSLO (Reuters) - NATO's standing fleet in the North Atlantic has received no orders to watch the Soviet naval exercise now being held off the coast of Norway, the fleet's Canadian axmrnaoder, Commodore D. S. Boyle, said here Friday. He spoke to reporters aboard his flagship Restigouche, one of eight naval vessels which make up the standing fleet, after arriving here from a NATO exercise in the Arctic Ocean. Boyle said his fleet had spotted a Soviet intelligence collector Thursday. He added: "The Soviets have the advantage that they can keep an eye on our exercise as one country. NATO is made up of several nations and if we did the same, they could say that we, are ganging up on them." ' He said it is not the Canadian government's intention to follow up the reduction of Canadian forces in Western Europe witii a similar move in the naval field in the North Atlantic. After a week-long visit here, the NATO fleet will leave for Wilheimshafen, West Germany. SIK FINDS HOME BERN (Reuters)-The Swiss government announced here' it has granted political asylum to Prof. Ota Sik, 50, former Czechoslovak vice - premier under ousted Communist reform leader Alexander Dubcek He arrived in Switzerland in October, 1968. CHICK MaclNTOSH'S LAKEVIEW (TEXACOl 1001 Mayor Magrath Drive - Phone 327-5697 GIANT TIRE BONANZA Starts Monday, Continues Till Saturday, April 25 Stake your claim to these great Firestone Tire values next week and you'll strike it rich in savings . This big sale in effect 1 week only and promises to be the tire buying time of the year .. . don't miss itl CONVENIENT TERMS! Use Your Texaco Credit Cardl MANY, MANY OTHER GREAT TIRE BUYS -COME IN AND PICK UP A COUPLE AND SAVEI FIRESTONE PREMIUM 500 TIRES 2 48.88 2,.. 39.88 BLACKWALL-Size 6.50x13. BONANZA SALE ..............  WHITEWALLS....................... 2 for 54.88 Similar Savings On All Sizes_ FIRESTONE SAFETY CHAMPION TIRES BLACKWALl- Six* 6.50x13. BONANZA SALE .............  WHITEWALLS ........ .............. 2 for 45.88 Similar Savings On All Sizes FIRESTONE CHAMPIONS BLACKWALL- Six* 6.50x13. BONANZA SALE each ........  WHITEWALLS, each ................ HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS Kiehl cupboards; 32 volt washing machine; 32 volt vacuum cleaner; 32 volt radio; Aladdin lamp; White sewing machine; 25-35 Winchester rifle; 12 gauge, double barrel, hammer type shotgun; single shot Ace 1 .22 calibre; suitcase full of doilies, tablecloths; 2 beds; 7 chairs; clothes closet; life jacket; chesterfield and chair; magazine rack; � dresser; coal oil lamps; Woods deep freeze 17 ft.; ironing board; dishes (complete set); 2 burner electric stove; Coro-nado electric heater, thermostatic control; butter dowel, mixer, churn; old time foot warmer; Kolster radio. HAY AND STRAW 1000 bales oats and barley stravy; 400 bales green feed (approx.); 3 to 4 ton hay,, alfalfa, brome and timothy. LIVESTOCK 3 Guinea fowl; 50 bantam Cornish cross hens. SALE CONDUCTED BY FORT MACLEOD I UnPT UWDTl^i AUCTION MARKET^ XlU�l"�W�ll$* r/ar-^'/giMM THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 21 MANY SLAVES The majority of St. Hetena's population �rf 4,800 are descendants of slaves from Asia and Africa and settlers from Great Britain. at tm� OBOSSeOADB -ofpanadas INTERNATIONAL SALES MANAGEMENT fORI MACUOO ' A L BE HIA � CANADA t OBDI G90 Phbne�DJ 734 )31i MlLNEdO AUCTIONEERS Kenneth E. Hurlburt David K. McNab Lie. No. 274 Lie. No. 670 MRS. A. E. DeMAN FARM AUCTION SALE Two miles south and one mile east of Granum Junction or IT miles north and one mile east of Fort Macleod on Highway 2 TERMS: CASH NO RESERVE SATURDAY, MAY 2nd - 1 p.m. TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 1-Massey Harris No. 44 gas tractor; 1-McCormick W6 gas tractor with frorff end loader; 1-Ford 9N gas tractor - overhauled 2 years ago; 1 - 1961 Chevrolet 3 ton truck - 12 ton hoist, stock racks, good condition; 1 - 1942 Dodge 1 ton truck. FARM MACHINERY 1-Cockshutt S.P. 112 combine; 1-John Deere manure spreader Model LM, rubber tired; 1-Case 3 bottom plow; 1-Graham Hoeme plow 11'; 1-rod weeder attachment for above; 1-two wheel hydraulic dump trailer, rubber tired; 1-Massey Harris one-way with seed box, 8' with hydraulics; 1-IHC Model K7 12' seed drill with fertilizer attachment and grass seed attachment; 1-21' Mayrath grain loader Model 14, Briggs and Stratton motor; 1-4" auger 16 ft. long; 1-Macleod feed grinder with endless belt; 1-National weed sprayer with 30' boom; 1-Black and Decker Vi" drill press and stand; 1-Case hammer mill; 1-4 wheel rubber tired trailer with rack; 1-4 wheel trailer, plain running gear; 1-4 wheel rubber tired trailer with box; 1-Noble Blade Model M 8'; 1-MH No. 4 PTO 12 ft. swather. MISCELLANEOUS FARM EQUIPMENT 1-Electric stock tank heater - 1000 waft; 1- sump pump; 1-garden roto tiller with 3 h.p. motor; 1-Briggs and Stratton Model 14 engiqe; 1-h.p. electric motor; 1 - wqter tank, gas heated; I-tumble bug; 1-feed spreader; 200' plastic pipe %"; Nego cream separator; exhaust fan; coal brooder stove-1000 chick capacity; Centrafugal pump -1 Vi" capacity-like new; spray can; galvanized water trough; tractor umbrella; 12' rod weeders; Coleman gas iron; 10 gal. and 20 gal. crocks; gasoline camp stove; 500 gallon fuel tank stand, hose and nozzle; log chain and load binders; 20 gal. propane tank; air compressor; copper coated septic tank; water hydrant. SHOP EQUIPMENT Bolt cutters, saws, hand tools, shop tools. Lunch served by the Royal Purple. SALE CONDUCTED BY FORT MACLEOD I ITirRf RlIRTrm AUCTION MARKET*! nUHLPUKICP *r -rur /spnsseoADS OF OA* INTERNATIONAL SALES MANAGEMENT FORT MACifDO  tltURlfi ' C&NAOfl P 0 BOX 6911 Phone 403'?J� 311b AUCTIONEERS KENNETH E- HURLBURT DAVID K. McNAB Licence No. 274 Licence No. 670 J. ARNOLL MOOREY Farm Auction Sale 21 miles South of Fort Macleod Govt, weigh scales (Blue Trail) then 2 miles West and 1 mile South, or 1 mile south and 20 miles East of Pincher Creek (follow signs) FRI. APRIL 24th-ll:00 A.M. TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 3-ton 1965 Chev. truck with grain box and 12-ton Renn hoist, spare tire and heavy duty trailer hitch, top condition-only 12,000 miles; 1032 Case Tractor (1969), dual hydraulics, dual tires, pressurized cab, wheel weights, power steering and brakes, fluid in tires, extra oil, temperature, generator gauges. Only 353 hours. 102 Senior Massey Harris tractor (1944) with Chrysler industrial power unit. This tractor In fop mechanical condition. MISCELLANEOUS FARM EQUIPMENT 300-Gal. fuel tank with hose and metal stand; 500 Gal. (300 plus 200 compartment) with metal stand, hoses and lock set up. 150-Gal. field tank with McNaught pump and hose, mounted on H.D. two-wheel trailer with tool box; 100-Gal. propane tank and regulator; 24 cast pickup fingers; Hydraulic jack; 825x20. truck chains; Waymaster for grain auger; 3-burner propane stove; Offset land marker. FARM MACHINERY 1965 Model 1010 Case combine, pickup-power steering-reel and knife-straw chopper-air conditioned cab-V-8 Chrysler power unit. Used for 2500 acres. In top condition; 1966 20-ft. Case cultivator, Powerlift Wings-hydraulic lift, new condition; 14-ft. I.H.C. cultivator (old), power lift; Self-propelled Versatile 18-ft. swather in good condition; 1964 21 -ft. (3-7 ft.) Noble Hoe drill with hitch, all hydraulic fertilizer boxes (top cond); 1969 36-ft. Morris Rod Weeder, powerlift wings. Cultivator shovel attachment mounted on centre section to dig up tire tracks. New condition; 1968 Sprayer, Versatile with flat tank, 300-gal., tandem wheels, 68-ft frame support booms with Caster wheels. New condition; 1969 20-ft. Set chain Harrows (2-10's), new condition, 30-ft. hitch, folding type with old Diamond Harrows; 20-ft. Edwards Rod Weeder 'attachment; 16-ft. Speedy Rod weeder attachment; good condition; 1965 29-ft. Malco grain auger. 11 h.p. motor. In top 'condition; 10-ft. Drill box filler auger, 12-volt motor, new. condition; 6-ft. Cockshutt One-way (old). HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS Bathtub (leg style); Double sink laundry tub; Electric refrigerator, good condition; Coleman camp stove; Natural Gas Radiant; Vacuum cleaner; Lawn mower; Misscellaneous items. SHOP EQUIPMENT Air compressor; 8-in. table saw; Drill press, wall mounted Vi-in. to 1-in. size; Double wheel heavy duty grinder; Electric Welder-Heavy duty for continuous welding; Heavy duty Bearing pullers; 10-in. Gear puller; Set %-in. drive sockets; 2-Heavy duty bench vises; Set metal bits for post Power Takeoff tire pump; Tow cables and logging chains; drill; Vi-in. Electric drill; 2-% h.p. heavy duty electric motors; Gas or Oil pumps; %-in. to T/i-in. box end, open end wrenches; Brass pipe flare tool; Stud extractor; Surveyor's Level; 1-ton chain block; 3-Chain boomers; Paint sprayer; Spray gun to clean motors; Tap and Die set; Many other shop items and repair parts; Jackall Jack; R.P.M. gauges; Anvil on metal stand; 3-Tool boxes; Centre punches; Files; Hammers; Motor Mechanics tools; Feeler Gauges; Chisels; File brushes; Brooms; Grease guns; Fire extinguisher; Copper tubing; Valve Lifter; Ring compressor; Pick; Crow bars; Gas cans; Grease gun filler; Funnels; Oil cans; Pipe; Wrench, 24"; 4-24" Squares; Saws; Jumper cables; 300-lbs. Bolts; Washers; New and Used complete kit of repairs for Swather; New Cylinder Chain for 27-ft. Massey combine; Grain shovels; Garden tools; Complete repair kits for high speed chains, etc; 24-ff. Overhead door track (new). GRAIN 600 Bus. Fall Wheat-cleaned and treated. 100 Bus. Thatcher Spring Wheat. 100 Bus. Palliser Barley. LUNCH SERVED BY MAYBELLES LADIES' CLUB FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKETS at r#� CBosseoADS of oanadas PArn.� eoc/wrer// INTERNATIONAL SALES MANAGEMENT fOBI UACIIOD ' ALBERTA ' CANADA P 0.80X 690 Phone 403/234 HIS AUCTIONEERS KENNETH A. HURLBURT D. K. McNAB Lie. No.274 Lie. No. 670 ;