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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PM Trudeau explains delay in foreign ownership policy DOCTOR REMOVED FROM COURT Ahmad Alami, 32-year-old Jordanian doclor from Jerusalem, has his head covered by a blankel as he is escourted from Black- pool court in England Friday where he was charged wilh the murder of a four-year-old child in a Blackpool hospilal. Two other children were killed. Two nurses ond another child suffered serious knife wounds during the allack. Saturday 2-8 p.m. and Sunday 2-8 p.m. 2018 14th Avenue North iow, low down payment, low monthly payment' 880 sq. fl. to sq. ft. 19 plans lo choose from EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR 323 5th Phone WE CARE Bulk Plant Aaent PACIFIC PETROLEUMS LTD. has a suc- cessful hulk plant in the City of telh- bridge and is looking for an energelic and ambitious AGENT who desires to get into business for himself. Previous experience in this field would be an advantage. However, all appli- cations will be considered. Some capilal required. Truck financing available. Contacl: LLOYD COATES or LES TODD Telephone: Calgary 268-6479 Lethbridge 328-6466 or Write: P.O. Box 6666, Calgary, Alberta OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau Friday gave two different for delays in announcing the government's long-awaited pol- icy statement on foreign owner- ship. Tories demand inquiry OTTAWA (CP) The Con- sorvaLivcs Friday demanded a judicial inquiry into (he disap- pearance of convicted wife mur- derer Ives Geoffrey of Mont- real. Eldon Woolliams, Conserva- tive justice spokesman, said in tjie Commons there is apparent corruption in the case. But his motion (or an inquiry failed on procedural grounds. Geoffrey was allowed out of prison in Montreal to get mar- ried after serving less than two years of a life sentence for the murder of his first wife. Geoffrey vanished after the <7odding ceremony at which the best man was Raymond Denis, a main figure in influence-ped- i dlmg in high places in Ottawa I in 1964. In question period later, Solic- itor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer indicated he will make a state- ment to the Commons Monday on the case. In replies lo Mr. Woolliams, Mr. Goyer said he wanted to end rumors that he was a friend of Geoffrey, "I have never known Mr. Geoffrey." Tlie minister was apparently i referring to reports that he and IKCII contemporaries at the Uni- versity of Montreal. In reply to Commons ques- tions, the prime minister attrib- uted the delay both lo a desire to present accompanying legis- lation and (o conflicting advice from economisls. He had said late last year that the government wanted to hold back the policy statement until all the background mate- rial could be printed and presented with the statement. Friday, in reply to questions from New Democratic Leader David Lewis, the prime minis- I ter said the government wanted to wait until companion legisla- tion could be prepared so it would follow "as close as possi- ble." This would eliminate uncer- tanity regarding what the gov- ernment proposed lo do, ho said. NO NEW DEVELOPMENTS Later, David Macdonald (PC asked whether Ihe delay was due to new develop- ments or to the inability of the government to make up its mind. Neither, replied Mr. Trudeau. BRITONS SMOKE LESS LONDON (AP) Health warnings stout cigarette smok- ing are making inroads in sales, and Britons smoked 5% billion cigarettes fewer last year, the College of Physicians reported Wednesday. The college, in a report, said sales fell by 4W per cent from 1970. when 127.9 bil- lion cigarettes were smoked. Maple Leaf ball affair smash hit LONDON (CP) Despite a Mayfair district blackout, the annual Maple Leaf Ball turned cut to be a smash hit Friday, attracting a sell-out crowd at the London Hilton Hotel. As lights suddenly dimmed, (he hotel switched on auxil- iary power, providing a soft ballroom glow that didn't re- quire tire candles organ- izers had ordered in case of a compleLc fade-out. "The ballroom usually holds about 500 guests and we sold well over 600 one or- ganizer said. Canadian High Commis- s i o 11 e r J. H. Warren was guest of honor and Andre Jobin of Quebec City, star of the popular Showboat musi- cal, was chief entertainer. Sponsored by the Canadian Women's Club, the ball pro- vides funds for medical and charity aid as well as scholar- ships for Canadian students in England. Chairman of the ball com- mittee WPS Mrs. F. H. Lar- son, wife of the agent-general of Saskatchewan. What is needed, he said, aro more one-handed economists. He said they generally produce "on-thc-other-hand" arguments. Mr. MacDonald said Mr. Tru- deau had previously attributed the delay to translation prob- lems. The cabinet has been study- ing, since early last year, a re- port on foreign ownership pre- pared by Revenue Minister Herb Gray. The government's policy on foreign ownership is expected to evolve from this report which, according to published excerpts, recommends establishment of a screening-agency to oversee such investment. FEARS LIMITATIONS Mr. Lewis told the Commons Friday it was his information the government intended to limit the activities of the pro- posed agency so it would be concerned only with enterprises above a certain size. He said he also was informed the government would take some action between the presen- tation of its policy statement and the enactment of legisla- tion. The prime minister said Mr. Lewis would have to await the policy announcement. He said he is shying away from precise i dates, but the statement would be made as soon as possible, followed as close as possible by legislation. J-HE'UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY-, 1972 SUMMER SESSION PROGRAM The Univeriity of Calgary In addition to regular courses on the Calgary campus the following special programs are being offered: Institute on Canadian Society (Calgary) Archaeology Summer Field School (Calgary) O Summer Phyticnl Education Program in Greece Environmental Studies integrated with Phy- sical Education courses (Calgary) Contemporary Processei of Education through "Mon: A Course of Study" (Calgary) DEADLINES: Applicalion for Admission (new undergraduate students) March 31, 1972 Registration April 30, 1972 For information on special programs ond Summer 5cf- sion calendars, contact: Summer Seision Program Division of Continuing Education The University of Calgary Calgary 44, Alberla (Phone 234-5431 or 284-5436) Acupuncture spurs probe by scientists WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. government scientists have teen gathering information from around the world the last few months on the Chinese medical art of acupunc- ture The project is so hush-hush that officials in the office of Dr. Merlin K. DuVal, assistant sec- retary ot health and scientific affairs, said they were not nware of it. They did know, however, of two government re- searchers of Chinese ancestry n-lio are gathering information on acupuncture to satisfy their own curiosity. The Associated Press first learned of the inquiry through an official of the British Acu- puncture Association, who said his organization had received correspondence from Dr. J. David Miller, U.S. chief of men tal heallli-care development. Miller's assistant, Mark Kress, said government officials hecame interested in the an- cient Chinese practice after four American physicians, among them heart specialist Paul Dud- ley White, observed acupunc- ture during a visit to China last year. "They all said acupuncture vi- olated what they knew about Western medicine but it ap- peared to Krass said. Acupuncture involves insert- ing long, metal needles into the body at various specific points to cure diseases, relieve pain and. more recently, to anesthe- tize. "The Chinese don't feel it has anything to do with the nervous system, but no one knows why it Krass said "They say when you have 760 million people and it has been working for 5.000 years, there must be something to it." NEW PRESIDENT Don Wilson, vice president of Engineered Homes Ltd., Cal- gary, was elected president of the Housing and Urban De- velopment A s s o c i a t ion ol Canada at the association's annual conference in Mon- treal. estimated for projects CLARESHOLM _ The fol- lowing estimated 1972 capital requirements, to be financed by sale of debenture to Alberta Municipal Financing Corpora- tion, will be submitted for consideration: Storm sewer, S7.700; water works system, sewer system, road equip- ment, ambulance, 800; fire truck, paving curb and gutter, 200. PANCAKE SUPPER NOBLEFORD (HNS) The United Church Wom- en held a successful pancake supper and bake sale in the church on Shrove Tuesday. Menial health act changes are expected EDMONTON (CP) The Journal says sweeping revi- sions in Alberta's mental health act will be presented to the next session of the legisla- ture, which starts March 2. The newspaper says the changes will probably include: of existing hospi- tals at Ponofra and Oliver, with Ponoka becoming a centre for treatment and rehabilitation of the aged and Oliver a custodial centre. of psychia- tric wings at many general hospitals to handle both in- patient and out-patient de- mands. nf about 10 cottage type in-ps'lient and out- patient mental health clinics in rural centres. to meet the shortage of psychiatrists in the prov- ince by using more special nurses, psychotherapists, coun- sellors and psychologists. 40TH ANNIVERSARY GRASSY LAKE- The Grassy Lake Catholic Women's League recently marked its 40th an- niversary, beginning the day with a mass to Our Lady of Good Council with the CWL dir- ector, Rev. Hoschka of Taber, assisted by Rev.Lynn of Vaux- Kill, officiating. ATTENTION WE CAN NOW OFFER YOU WAIVER OF FINANCE ON ALL NEW AND USED MOTOR TRUCKS UNTIL JUNE 1st, 1972 MOTOR TRUCKS INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS 304 STAFFORD DRIVE _ NORTH LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3125 Joturdoy, February 1972 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 29 Election expenses curJ) won't come until later OTTAWA (CP) H h too late now to enact laws to limit political party election expenses in the next genera] election, Prime Minister Trudeau in- formed the House of Commons. He was asked in the question period by Les Benjamin (NDP Centre) to intro- duce legislation to control politi- cal spending in the coming cam- paign. Mr. Trudeau said il would be impossible lo have the legisla- tion take effect lor the next el- ection, even if it were paesed now, "unless we are going to have the election very late or, indeed, beyond the constitu- tional time limit." The next election must bo held by about mid-1973, and H is generally believed the mont wil] call Lhe election for this spring or summer. HENRY P. REGEHR Farm Auction Sale 3 Mile, West t Miles North COALDALE, ALBERTA FLIES., FEBRUARY 22 11 KM. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Henry Regehr, who has sold his farm, we will offer for jale ihe following line oF machinery on lisied below subject to addi- tions, deletions, errors or minor changes ns you may find them the day of the tale. TRACTORS Massey Harris No. 44 high arch row crop I Oliver Super 88 slandard goj troclor, COMBINE SWATHER Deere No. 55 self propelled combine wilh cab and straw chopper. Good condition, Molor oil overhauled las I fall; 1 12 ft. Massey Harris swaiher. BUILDINGS shed 24' x 40' and large corral fenco B fl. high; 1-12' x 16' bunk house on slcids; 3-12' X 16' X 8' gran- aries on stidsj J x 16' lool shed on skids. FUEL TANKS gallon double comparlment fuel lank ond stand. SHOP TOOLS MISCELLANEOUS Several rolli of barb 1" rubber Impel I or garden pump; 100 ft. of 1" plaslic hose; Quantify of uied lumber end fencing material; weed sprayer; 1 x garden Dump; l-5el booiter cables; Several irrjgalion dams; Quantily oil in 5 gal. Several grease guns; buck sew; 1 crescent wrenchj 1 ballpean hammer; Cow pokes; barrels; strelcher; Several cow hollers; Some velerinarlan supplier ond Ib. propane cylinders; and die set; hammer; Rolory oil pump; endlcsi belt) socket set; gal. gas can; Ib. hammerj can; can; jock; Boxj l_Vise; barrels. MACHINERY auger hopper; Harris No. 4 PTO balerp marker; 1 10 ft, Graham Plow wilh 2 fl. Short shanks; 1-10 ft. John Deero double disc; 1-10 ft. John Deere rubber tired groin drill wilh fertilizer attach- ment; 1-10 fl. Neufeldl lond leveller; 1-3 furrow 14" I.H.C. plow; 1-Ferris wheel bale weed sprayer 40 ft. booms; fl. packer; flexible harrowi wilh draw bars. heavy duty diamond harrows; stan- dard diamond harrows; 1 horse mower; 1 10 ft. I.H.C. rod weeder; ft. Rohin grain auger wilh gai motor; boat; ditch filler; ditcher. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phone 345-3534 Remember Weolher ii No Problem in Our Plaslic Tent AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 005615 Lie No 010120 Lie. No. 010121 FRED BURTON MRS. NETA PENNER FARM AUCTION SALE 1 Mile West 3 Miles South COALDALE, ALBERTA WED., FEB. 23 11 A.M. LUNCH SERVED Having bsen favoured wilh inslructionj from Mn. Nela Penner, who hai sold her form, we ofFer for laic the following line of farm machinery as listed below lubiecl to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes at you may Find them tho'day of sale. TRACTORS 1-1967 Ford Commander 6000 Troclor wilh cab, hydraulics and PTO. Only 600 hours. Like new condition.; 1-1962 Ford- son super major traclor wilh live PTO ond hydraulics. Ex- ceptionally good uniti model M Iraclor wilh fron! end looderj 1-1.H.C. super A traclor; 1-1.H.C, model A traclor. COMBINE SWATHER I.H.C. McCormick No 91 combine, self propelled; 1 1963 12 ft versatile self propelled swalher. TRUCK 1 1955 GW.C. 4 ton (ruck wilh bed box and Renn hoist. MACHINERY Ford model 530 baler; GFHL feed wilh 14" hammer 1-Flat deck; 1-Co-op 30 ft. scoop-a-sec- ond grain auger, PTO dr.vcri; 1-18 ft. 1-20 fl. elevator; bottom Ford plow to fit Fordson Mojor tractor; 13__Seclions of Diamond harrows; 3 of beet land 1 1969 Massey Ferguson 12 fi. landem disc; 1-Succeis land scraper 1-9 fl. JcoFfroy chisel plow; 1- Cockshutl grain drill Doere becl drill pop-up bale liider; 1 I.H.C. 3 bottom plow wilh 16" bol- toms; 4 sect ion i ol spring looth harrows; 2 Rolls of snow fence; 1 8 fl. disc; tprayur with 30 fl. booms) wecder; 1-John Deere fertilizer spreader; side delivery rake; Massey Harris manure spread- er- 25 ft Mclroe 1-MoMin dilchcr; 1-Ncufcldt land lovelier, 10 ft; 1-1.H C. beel harvrsirr; 1-3 point hilch dilch catlle squeeze; 1-Fce-d 1- I.H.C. belly type mower; 1-Complrle srt cf hcrl cultJVTilor equipment; 2 4" x 16 h ounors: 1 Mcirscv Morris combing harvester (Scrap1; Quantity of scrap jrcn. FUEL TANKS gallon s inn IB cornea rim en I tanks wilh slands. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 38 mile of Major 4" lateral pipe; 'i mile of 5" main line; J Ford indusfrfal mofor ivilli Berkley pump SHOP EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS 1 grinder; guns; 1 Jnclr-nll jack; 1 can; of entile racks for 'i 1on Iruck; jpvurol Ford jacks; Several plow Shovels, docs, log chains, wrenches, saws, hammers, sotkcl sets tinrJ ninny more items too num- AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mnko plans lo otlend this good quality, early spring solo. Tho lino of machinery has been kept very waif. Since therft ore only o few fooli and mis cell aneovt Ittmi to tell, bo iure to come early. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLFY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES UD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Plione 3-15-3S3'1 or tho Owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLEY ROGER HANDLEY FRED BURTON lie. No, 010130 Lie, No. S19SOO ;