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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IFTHBRIDOI HERAVD SalurdoY, April 27, 1972 board in offin Enrolments Guards replace corps a rural is is oxptx'lcii t Hie proviuci SCt'OIld Doan (PC 1 Mr, Doan (rict of I'ni tleil nn hy l.v tho diKiK-d sniti here. ni arimwl Deer s- propusi'ii wmilil lirinc nil liuluslry anct iiiul tclt'ijliones undor iLs direction. Tlir commission would "OUT- see the oE ulility rates aiul the iivailahility of utility lie said. An example would bi? :i study of the tlis- L'lL'inincy between rules for ru- farms. Mr. Doan said tlic commis- sion would have a representa- tive of (lie agriculture depart- ment and one from each of tlic three utility services. He also said the fiovcnimenl is contemplating a Disaster Act wliidi would outline provincial 'to assistance to rural areas hit by disasters such as liail storms. Tlio act would include provi- sion for such things as livestock feed lo farmers and necessities such as fowl, clothing and shel- ter for residents in a designated disaster area. K I'O AlOINb For Two Days Only! MONDAY, APRIL 24, TUESDAY, APRIL 25lh A beautiful COLOUR PORTRAIT OF YOUR CHILD plus 50c handling Capture that pixies smile forever In full, realistic colour with Eciitman Kodak Professional Ektacolour :ilm. We're so sura you'H like your picture, that we'll give you your money back if this Isn't one of tha most lifelike portraits you've ever seen. Choose from the actual finished portraits no! tha proofs, prinli available at reasonable prices, bul you're under no obligation to buy. -Ago limit of child from 5 weeks 1o 12 yeorj. portraits can be taken for only 99c per child. of one portrait per child two per family with your choice of two poses. No appointment necessary. Photographer's hours: Monday and Tuesday a.m. to p.m. hfm in (Vie Shoe Department, Main Floor EATON'S TRAINS VHi CANADA Ifj Coming Soon! The blggoit Troni-Cnnada Sale In the entire history of Enlon'f. Watth for the Eaton Trnnt-Canadn inlo flier to na delivered to your home Monday and Tuesday with no than 725 outstanding buys. Ifs a biggiel Watch for It! Wait for It! Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to p.m. Buy Line 328-8811 watched closely EDMONTON' enrolments at Alberla universi- ties anil Ict'hmca! schools v.'ill lie v.'ntctitxl closely with a view to switching capital building priorities to technical insti- tutes, says Advanced Educa- tion Minister Jim Footer. University enrolments have sKnnped badly tielow forecasts in Hie last years anil n similar trend next [all "means have to be concerned.1' lie said in an interview. "I think what niny he hap- pening is that students arc demonstrating a preference for shorter-term, more j o b-oricnt- ed training. ''If this trend is definite and are not prepared with a capital program thai will meet demands three or four years from now. we could lie in real trouble with The minister said the rising interest in technical schools combined with a decline in uni- versity attendance can't he de- scribed as a long-term trend yet, but "tiie enrolment pattern this fall should lei! us a lot." OTTAWA (CP) Private sc- i cm-it y guards will replace mom- jhcrs'of Hit1 Canadian Corps v( at some fed- oral government buildings here, officials confirmed Friday. Former prime minister Jolm raised Hie matter In tlie Commons Tluirsriay, say- ing Ihc commissionaries arc 'old soldiers" who had formed their own organization and arc concerned about being replaced. Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer and Public Works Minis- .er Jcan-Eudes Dube told Mr. Diefenbakcr Ihcy knew nothirg of any move lo replace the com- missionaires. But a spokesman for the de- partment of supply and services said tenders closed Thursday for provision pi security serv- ices at the National Museums of Canada, previously guarded the corps. A number of private agencies were invited to submit bids. The spokesman said the rea- son for (he move was thai the corps is short-handed. Frank Wait, commandant of the corps' Ottawa division, said the decision to withdraw from Ihc museum buildings was "en- lirelv ourr." "We can'l recniit enough men to keep up with the security jobs available." Some of the commissionaries at Ihc museums are unhappy about moving to oilier jobs, added. About 90 per cent of Ottawa- area commissionaries are em- ployed by the federal govern- ment. They are all war veterans and receive 52.20 an hour. Opposes Trudeciu MONTREAL W. Bricliant, 41. was nom- inated as Progressive Conser- vative candidate in Mount Royal. Prime Minister Tru- dean's home riding, in the next federal election. Mr. Brichant, n director and manager of Kippen and Co., a Montreal investment house, is the author of Option Canada, published in 1868. I.KAVES FOLD Tile rain tree is a large leg- i uminous tropical American tree I which has leaves that fold lo- gcther in cloudy weather and in darkness. Railways lease U.S. equipment I OTTAWA (CP) Canadian National Railways have leased boxcars from the U.S. to help deal with a glut of grain waiting at Western terminals for trans- portation to Canadian ports, Transport Minister Don Jamie- son said Friday. Replying to a Commons ques- tion by William Knight the transport minis- ter said he has been assured by the CNR that the boxcars have ordered and are on the way. He said he had not yet been able to discuss the question with the Canadian Pacific Railway but hoped to do so next week. The question of building addi- tional hopper cars for carrying grain is "under active consider- he said. A CPR spokesman in Mont- real said Friday his company has leased 85 locomotives from U.S. lines lo help move grain. ESTIMATOR-DRAFTSMAN REQUIRED By Local Steel Building Firm REPLY IN PERSON WITH RESUME to BEHIEN BUILDING SYSTEMS Offices located COUTT5 HIGHWAY General Farm Supplies Main Building Tins WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER HEIMO BIELENSTEIN 2419 Chicoutinfi Dr. N.W. CALGARY, AlBERTA A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK 'TIL AUG. 25TH GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 16 THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES Frank, Hilda. Edward V. Ffaherly, Vcra P. Lethbridge T. Red Deer E, 'JValXot, Calgary r rank Unser, Calgary Anne SmeUXi, Dauphin, Man. Mrs. Joyce Carlson, Kamioops. B.C. C-irmine Marelli, Edmcnloo Richard Scarborough. Ont. Keith Corny n. Half moon Bay, BX. f- Toronfo A. Thomas, Scarborough, Ont. _ Laura Hayes, Calgary [Joseph Easlcrua, Hamilltn, Alice Mrs. I. Greatrex, Calgary Donna Sherrnaek, Calgary Chirs Ellitill, Calgary iV-arJDris S, V.orash, Halifax, N.S. Mrs. R. Pcfienroth, Calgary K. A. Camic. Cafgary Lcrne W. SaunrJers, Calqary J. H. Hat Grnlon Grown, Toronto Rise Tcole, Lake, Calqary d-.ruk, VcgrevJIJc Peter Scpel, Van Mrs. Margaret City, U.C ouver B.C. oolhby, Mission Geo. Slrnrr.etski, Edmcnlc Anna Van Hal, Calgary R. Kaufrv.anrv, Calgary Morris Stone, Vancouver, Enid Murdcch, Eckvilla B.C. F. Williar Simpson, Halk'rX Allan Kiinball, Calgary r-inley Jchn DunlDp, Cndcmln Mrs. O. V. Dafce, Ednicnlorv Mr. Wrn. J. Fcrtl, Mrs Lee Duurinck, B.C. Wiiync Miller, Calgary D, SmiJh, Calgary Mrs. James Therms, Calgary Brian Lucas, Victoria, B.C. Lean ox, Vancouver, B.C. Halaski, Sssfcafoon, Fergus, Ont. ams, Pert Hardy, B-C. A, R. Y. Coteloutin, Duncan, I f.'.ri. R. Ray Olle i, B.C. iptcll, CalflAry hare Id RoWrlscn, Calgary Jim Slack, Calgary Olga Cavanaugh, Calgary A. O. Ctark. Edmtnltn Bea1 rice Beckclt, Kinley, Elernice Becker. Calgary Alfred Strasbourg, H. M. Garden, Calgary Lcn A. YflnVe, Calgary V. R, Tortnfo, Or.t. "THE UNICORN" (FORMERLY JOHN'S ANTIQUE SHOP) STOCK REDUCTION Auction Sale of ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS ITEMS Monday, May 1st at 7.00 p.m. at the HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Avonua South, Lcthbridyo Items may be viewed Sunday, April 30-2 to 4 p.m. and All Day Monday fOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Hurlburt Auction Service Ltd. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S., AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Licence 41 License 458 tl i Csl'i .'MAIl OROIB M- COUPON M- IUM TO ttutt mmmmi CALGARY STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE 1 P.O. BOX 2900 CALGARY. ALBERTA 12? 2M1 Enclosed U my nrrlcr, madfl to thR SrAmrwtte SwBcp'.ia' DOT ticur wiu-ic 10 icu HMO' Name: No................. (Re mil lance must aecompafiy coupon) INTM WTEKLt IXCdlkU TOUK OF WINNIN THOMAS H. KAMBEITZ Farm Auction Sale Al the Form 7 Miles Soulh (On Pavement) 1 Miles East ond 1 Mile South of GRASSY LAKE, AlBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 24TH TERMS CASH P.M. NO RE5ERVI Having received in SITU cl ions from Mr. Kambeiti, who hai hii farm, we will Ihe following (arm TRACTOR TRUCKS COMBINE John Deere R Diosel with Hydrculics, lighli and" PTO; Maisey-Harris Super 26 lelf-propelled combine wilh pick- up and 12-ft. tabler 1548 Ford 3-ton truck wilh groin box; and1 Malco hoislj 1957 Chevrolel truck, MACHINERY- John 10-ft. Van Brunt Press drill; John Deere 10- ft. landem disc; John Deere 3-boltom plow; Grahom HoertiB 10-ff. rodweeder attachment; CocVihutt 15- ft. pull-type swalher; 10-ft. AH Noble Blade; Golden field sprayer witfi 32-ft. booms and 166-gallon 27- ft. loader with B and S 5-7 h.p. engine; Klrchener dilcher; 5 sections diamond harrows ond drawbar. MISCEUANEOUS- 500 gallon singie comparlmenl fuo! rank; Sreel tool box for Vs-ton IrucV; Syphon hoses; tires; tool bojt. NOTE: As there am very few imall items, urgt every- one lo be on time. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phono 328-4705 1920 2 Ave. S. Lelhbridge, Alln AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMAN license No. 41 license No. 458 JOE IRENE ANDERSON FARM AUCTION SALE Six miles south of Fort Macleod Auction Market on No. 2 'Cardslon Vi mile west, then mile south. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3rd TERMS CASH P-M, LUNCH AVAILABLE TRACTOR-TRUCK Massey Ferguson 95 Super Diesel cab, new rear tires, camshaft, clutch, rear axle ond bearings. Over has been spent on this tractor in the last year to pur II in A-l condition, to go in the field. 1950 Chev rwo-ton truck. original miles. Com- plele wllb grain box, slock racks and hoisf. Excellent rubber all around. HAYING, HARVESTING AND SPRAYING EQUIPMENT 16 fl. M.F. No. 30 with two con- voscs; transport; IHC No. 403 self propelled com- bine, power steering V fl. Sund pickup; 10 ft. IHC 12 ft. AC side delivery rake, robber tires; JD No. 5 PTO mower; 28 0. Mayrath grain auger wilh Briggs and Straiten motor; Moyrolh sprayer, 160 gal. fank, 40 ft. boom, regulator and pump. TILLAGE AND SEEDING EQUIPMENT 13 ft. Graham Hocme cultivator; 12 ft. MM level disc with hydraulic rani; 12 fl. JD 500 series with c en I re drive and rubber tire 5; 10 ft. Oliver tandom disc; 12 fl. JD Model L7B hoe drill with fertllirer attachment, inch spacing; 5 sections of diamond har- rows; 2 sections of flex MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT JO R manure spreader, 95 bus. capacity; onf. Air-O- Malic air compressor. Model Senior h.p. mo lor, two tire chucks and blow gun; two 500 gal. fuel tanVi, two compartment 400 gal, and 100 gnl. with hosei, nozzles and stand; one stoclc saddle bridle and rialler; post drill; 175 Ib. Peter Wright anvil; Vega electric cream separator; electric miflc pasteurlier; propane hot wafer lank; forge with blower and cfuelc nesr; 4 creosoted 6x6 16 ft. plants plus quantity of iwikli ties; wheelbarrow, storm windows, old doors, Monarch pump jack, Bealty pres- sure head pump; h.p. electnc molors; eledric chirk brooder; 10 inch IHC grinder; log chains, shovels, bori, Forks. Quantity of scrap iron, fence poits. Many more mia- cellancaus items. CROSSROADS Of-CANADA'S CATTLE COUNTRY KEN HURLBURT 274 DAVE McNAB 670 ;