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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JoturJoy, THI UWMIOOi 21 PM has record for strong language OTTAWA (CP) Mhv IcUr Trudeau's public conversa- tional Intercourse teems to be getting juwuef. He has gone from "heO" in is not exactly a secnt tM the prune minister UME blunt IMS to in 1970 to 1 in 1969 to "screw" "shit" and "fuddle- opposition MPs Hid Mr. Trudeau mouthed a snorter, laet-lii 1971. form of the Diefs brother on the mend SASKATOON (CP) The condition of Elmer Diefenba- fcer, 73, younger brother of for- mer prune minister John Die- fenbaker, is considerably im- proved, hospital officials said here. Mr. Diefenbaker, a residen of Saskatoon, suffered a hear attack Feb. 8 and was admit ted to hospital in satisfactor; condition. However, hospital of fieials said Ms condition has improved even more in the last two days. on manages to But be control BUBilJT mWMUjVD Mr vvuw pretty carefully any outbursts. His latest reported public ez- cursions into the of bad aoguage in toe Commons this week have coincided with trou- ble in Parliament and elsewhere on the issue of unemploymeot. Government spokesmen con- cede the governnwrt is being hurt by the issue though esti- mates vary on how much. SO WHAT'S NEW? In any event, Mr. Trudeau as a record for strong lan- OnNov. IS, 1968, in the Com- mons, Ray Perrautt, Liberal MP for Bumaby-Seymour, put a question to Mr. Trudeau. Searching his memory for the right name, Mr. Trudeau blurted out to a front-bench col- league: "Who the hell is the member for Burnaby-Sey- In July, 1969, during a Prairie visit, Mr. Trudeau was speaking in Regina and a small boy began pestering him by tossing bandfuls of wheat in his direc- tion. milesAShead at flmtone STORES DIME STOP CAR SERVICE COUPON SPECIALS MONDAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ONLY "Cut that out or I'll come down there and kick jour Mr. Trudeau said. In March, 1970, Mr. had a shouting match In a par- liamentary corridor with Mont- real union leader Michel Char- trand, later arrested under the War Measures Act. But Mr. Chartrand provided the colorful language then. CHARTRAND SAID IT Mr. Chartrand called the cabi- net prostitutes and officials around Mr. Trudeau goons. The Brime minister slid he didn't need uiy protection from the likes of Mr. Chartrand. '.There apparently was no curs- ing by the prime minister. But a few weeks later, Mr. Trudeau was in St. Thomas dur- ing a tour of southwestern On- tario and told a union represent- ative at a Ford of Canada plant: "If people keep on taking more out of the economy than they put in, somebody is goin) to get screwed and it won't be you guys." During the critical days in Quebec last fall, Mr. Trudeai described those who opposed use of the army as "weak-kneec bleeding hearts." On Feb. 2, he was reported to have told Montreal mail true drivers picketing on Parliamfii Hill "mangez de la merde which means, literally, "ea shit" but is about the equivalen of the English "go to bell." On Feb. 16 in the Commons when he was being tackled on subject of unemployment he I made a "gesture of own Bpe and bands toward two vefi. But Lincoln Alexander, Con- servative MP for Hamilton Test, said Mr. Trudeau had mouthed two words, one begin- ning with "i" and the other with o." Mr. Trudcau denied It. He aid he wouldn't say anything like that. John Lundrlgan, Conservative for Gander-Twillingate, said Ir. Trudeau's remark to the Tuck drivers waf mild corn- ered with the expression di- at Mm. Opposition mem- lers said the prime minister mouthed the same expression ggain Thursday during a vote. Mr. Trudeau never denied saying what the drivers said he said. But he added that he had jeen insulted and harassed by BRAKE ADJUSTMENT We'll adjust your brakes forfull drum contact, and add fluid if needed. FRONT WHEEL BEARING REPACK We'll repack outer bearings in your FRONT END ALIGNMENT AND BALANCE WE DO ALL THIS: Set caster, camber and toe-in, balance both front wheels, inspecttires, shocks and suspension. For most American cars and HsM trucks. Parts e Open a Firestone Budget Account or use your... Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 Open Daily 8 a.m. to p.m. Mounties overspend this year Kent. The prime minister told farm- ers in Saskatoon in the summer of 1969 that he didn't take on his job to be insulted. He wouldn't talk to people who carried plac- ards in front of him saying, among other things, "Hustle grain, not women." However, he hasn't shown any signs of backing away from a verbal fight, even if he has to use gestures instead of words. He mouthed and hand-sig- naJled his famous gesture at Mr Lundrigan after the latter referred to hjm as the occupant of the throne of Canada. OTTAWA (CP) Proposed spending by the KCMP in 1971- 72 will be million, close to million more than ap- proved spending for the cur- rent fiscal year. Actually the force will be spending J215 million but this will be offset by fa reve- nues, mainly from perform- ance of police duties for prov- inces and municipalities. The force's actual spending for 1969-70 was million More than ball this year's in crease will go to meet an ex panding payroll, estimated a gain of million for the Mounties themselvres. Their civilian pay roll will rise million to nearly million. The force plans to add aboi 700 members by -M a r c h 31 1972, bringing the total to 11 Cash for students away from home? 351. In capital spending, slated to start construction of million divisional headqua tens in Halifax. At Regina, th R C M P training headquarters more than mffiion will b spent on an academic trainin building, a physical trainin building and a heating plant INDIAN INFLUENCE The population of Peru about 42 per cent Indian. Bootleg story denied NEW YORK (AP) The for- er chainnan of Schenley la- ustnes has denied Congres- onal Investigator's allegatious at he consorted with criminal! uring Prohibition to bootleg quor into the United States om Canada. "They are utterly Rosenstiel said from his home in Miami, Fla., in re- nose to the charges. "Abso- utely false and completely without foundation." James P. Kelley, chief Inves- tigator for the House of Repre- sentatives Interstate and foreign committee, the barges in testimony Thursday lefore a state hearing on organ- zed crime. He said Rosenstiel and other members of what he called a 'consortium" smuggled the liq- uor in from Canada and sold it throughout the United States with members responsible for distribution in different parts of the country. The liquor was bought from Samuel Bronfman of Montreal who later founded Seagram Dis tillers, Keley said. Other men in the alleged COB- s o r 11 u m were Meyer Lao- organized crime leader, Joseph Fusco, in Al Cm- pone crony, and Joseph limey, a convicted bootlegger with ex- tensive business In Boson. Rosensiel retired u Scbenley chairman in 1968 after the distil- which he developed into one of North America's biggest producers after Prohibition, sold to the Glen Aldcn Corp. Kelley said Rosenstiel's asso- ciation with often to the early 1920s and auUnutd to the present. Hoaeaslel taA Us- were ptrtfcuUrty dote, ht MARITIMM OFFICE WINNIPEG (CP) Unlimited (Canada) announced here it will open its first re- gional office for the provinces at Amherst. NJS. March 1. award OTTAWA (CP) William R. Bird, 63, head of the agricul- ture department's crop insur- ance program since 1961, has been given a merit award by the public service. CALGARY (CP) Students who leave home to attend uni- versity should receive addi- tional grants, rather than loans, recommends a report from the students' advisory coincil. assistance BATTERY RECHARGE PM evasive on who'll pay for troops OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau replied "one or the other" recently when asked in the Commons whether Ot- tawa or Quebec would pay for the troops used in that province under measures taken last fal to deal with terrorism in Quebec. Hoch Lasalle (PC-Joliette) had asked whether a spokesman for the defence department ha( been correct in saying the troops had cost between mil lion and million. He also asked who would pay the bill. Mr. Trudeau said the figure are erroneous. As Defence Min ister Donald Macdonald had al ready said, the cost was les than million. As to paying the bill it would be met by one o the other of the governments. The council, appointed _last August by Education Minister Robert Clark, also recommend- ed changes in the repayment system for loans. A surcharge should be made on taxable income after a stu- ent's graduation, either through federal or provincial axes or the lending instltu- ions, to take care o{ repay- ment, the report said. "In addition, a time limit for oan repayment should be adopted. K the effect of the surcharge is that the student has not repaid his loan at the end of the time the loan should be written off. Students now receive in inancial assistance as a loan and the remainder as half loan and half grant up to a maxi- mum of grant. The government pays all in- jerest charges until six months after u student graduates or eaves the institutbn. The stu- dent then has to pay the inter- est and repay the loan. The advisory council report was used in preparing changes in the students assistance act which is to be reviewed at the current sitting of the legisla- ture. TEMPERATURE DROPS When the wood chuck or groundhog hibernates his brea- thing and heartbeat all but stop and his body temperature may drop below 40 degrees. DICK TICKLER FARM AUCTION SALE 3 MILES EAST AND 2 MILES S. OF ENCHANT, ALTA. Tuesday, Feb. 23rd -12 Noon LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favored with Instructions from Mr. R. Tichler of Enchant, who has sold his farm, we will offer the following, subject to additions, deletions or errors OS you find them at the sale. TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 1-1951 GMC 3 ton truck 1-1964 Minneapolis Moline model 705 diesel tractor with cab, duol wheels and double valve live hydraulics model 40 diesel Massey Harris model 55 gas 1-Case model D gas tractor LIVESTOCK year old heifer in calf year old steer MACHINERY 1-John Deere 10 ft. double disc; 1-Cockshuft 15 ft. swather, PTO, 1-IHC 12 ft. chisel plow; 1-Case 10 ft. onewoy, 1-Massey Horris 10 ft. hi-wheel drill; 1-John Deere 3 furrow plow; grain auger; 11 ft. blode, 1-Noble 10 ft. blode. FUEL TANK gal. fuel tank, double comp. 1 MISCELLANEOUS 3-Fuel pumps; 2-Hydroulic cylinders; 1-Suryey outf.t, 1_1H" Irrigation pump, l-Post drill and bits, 1-Hydrau- lic iack, 1-VS h.p. electric motor; 1-Electric fencer; 2-Prey sure weed sproyers; 5-Greose guns; 150 ft. electric cord; 3-Log chains- 1-Bench vise; 1-Brace and bit; Severol ham- mers, crow bors, shovels, forks and many more items too numerous to mention. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further Information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDIEY ROGER HANDLEY FRED BURTON lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 010121 lie. No. 005615 KEN HALVORSON and EUGENE FUUER FARM AUCTION SALE I'A MILES W. AND Vi MILE N. OF CRANFORD, ALTA. Tuesday, March 2nd-9 a.m. FREE RANCAKf BREAKFAST A.M. TERMS CASH with lettlement In full the day of the tale before removal from the farm. Having been favoured with Imtructioni from Mr. Havorson and Mr. Fuller who ore retiring from farming, we will offer for sol. the following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, erron or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS 1-1962 John Deere model 4010 diesel row crop, live PTO, live hyd., 3 point hitch, cab, good lires Case model 830 diesel 1-John Deere model 60 gos row crop 1-John model H gas row crop with beet cultivator 1-John Deere model 730 diesel. Live hyd., and PTO 1-Massey Harris 44 gas 1-1968 Cockshutt 80 H.P. model 17SO diesel with cab. Approximately 500 hrs. Used very little like new condition TRUCKS 1-1966 CMC 910 Ji ton. 4 speed transmission. Mercury 3 ton with beet box 1-1952 GMC V4 ton truck SWATHERS 1-16 ft. Cockshutt 402 swather Deere swather 1-Cose 10 ft. swather PTO 16 ft. Owafona self propelled swather. Ideal tor hay or grain pick up BEET MACHINERY 1-1966 6 row John Deere flexl planter with fertilizer attach, and corn attach, for 4 rows 2-Blockwelder thinners Farmhand Model ISO 2 row harvester with topper unit MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 1_H ft. Victory Blade wing style 4 itandardj 1- John Deere 14 P.T.O. Hammermill with carriage; 1-John Deere 3 furrow plow model 55 ABH Hi clearance hyd. lift Rubber tired; 1-Robin front end loader Hyd. bucket; i-30 ft. weed sprayer; 1-16 ft. tine harrow; 1-horse dump rake- 1-steel harrow drow bar; 1-6 ft. coil packer Sealed bras.; 2-I.H.C. 10 ft. press drills; 1-John Deere 14 ft. ferti- lizer spreader Model 896A; 1-1965 side de'ivery rake; Cobey manure spreaderi 6-sections diamond hor- rows. Harris 10 ft. one way; 3-sections Crowfoot packers; 1-10 ft. John Deere LZA press drill; 1-John Deere 4 furrow 55ABH plow with hyd. lift and rubber tires; 1- Case 15 ft chisel plow with rod weeder ottachment; Cos, 14 ft double disc, hyd.; 1-John 3-14 ft. balloon plow 55A H; 1-K7 I.H.C. press drill; 1-4 ft. Crowfoot packer; 1-Versatile tondem axle sprayer 50 ft. boom; 1-flat deck 8x16; 6-sectian diamond harrows; ft. gram auger with Kroeler electric start 9 H.P. motor 1- 12 ft. Crowfoot packer; 1-Cockshutt 12 ft. rod weeder; I.H.C. 14 ft. model 100 press drill, like new; Cockshutt heovy duty model 450 4-5 bottom plow. Hyd., rubber tired, like new. SPRINKLER EQUIPMENT 14 Ml. Major Wheel move sprinkler; sprinkler pump, PTO drive, HD; Cholmers power unit FB model C110 4 cylinder with Fairbanks-Morse 4x5 pump; centre riser pipe; main line; 20-5x40 lateral with end risers; 15-6x20 main line; trailer. HAY EQUIPMENT 1-John Deere Model 37-7 ft. PTO mower; 1-Darf 5 wheel rake; 1-Case 200 baler; 1-bale elevator 20 ft., gas motor. MISCELLANEOUS 1-truck fuel delivery tank; 1-150 gal. fuel tonk; 2- 300 gal. water troughs; 2-tons fertilizer 33-5-00 and 11-48-0. SHOP TOOLS amp. Comet electric welder with battery charger; 1 air compressor; 1-Rockwell electric press drill; electric drills; S" electric heovy duty drill; Craftsman electric saw- 1-leg vise; 1-top onl die set; set; 5-hand saws; Numerous wrenches Crow bars _ Log chains Shovels Forks and many more items too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD beds; table and chairs; some dishes and cooking utensils. ANTIQUES organ. Approx. 160 years old or more. Made by Beckwith Organ Company, Chicago U.S.A. Several antique chairs and other items. LUNCH Will BE SERVED AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: This will likely be the largest farm auction sale we will have the opportunity to conduct this Spring and one well worth attending. The quality as wel, as the selection of equipment Is good to plan to attend. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE LTD. BOX 105, COAIDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further Information Phone 345-3534 Remember the Wather is No Probelm In Our Plastic Tent AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDIEY ROGER HANDLEY FRED BURTON Lie. No. 0101JO tic. No. 010121 Lie. No. 005615 SMITH'S COLOR TV APPLIANCE AUCTION SALE 229 13th STREET N., IETHBRIDGI MOK., FEB. 22nd p.m. Having been favourtd with Instruction, from Smllh't Color TV we will offer for the following lltmt lutid below lubieet to additions, errori or minor changei as you may find them the day of the sale. All the used merchandis. listed here i> lubjeet to prior lale and more trade-ins may be added. TERMS CASH or CONTRACT WITH SETTLEMENT IN FULL BEFORE REMOVAL FROM THI APPROX. 40 TV SETS SPECIAL Dumont Color TV. 2 years old 1-25" Clairtone Color TV. 2% years old 1-New RCA Vista Model 23" Set, 5-23" RCA Sell, 1-23" Westinghouie Set; 1-23" Westmghouie Set; 3-23 Viking Sets; 1-23" Rogers-Majestic Set; 1-21" Spartan Set, 2-21" GE Madison Model Sets, 4-21" Rogers-Maleslc Sets- 1-21" Philco Set; 1-21" Custom Fleetwood Set; 1-21 Westinghouse Set; 3-21" Admiral Sets; 1-21" CBS Set, 1-23" Admiral Set; 1-21" Viking Set) 2-Emerson 21" 19" Portable. And Many More Trnde-ini Yel To Come In By Sale Date 2_Record Player HI-FI Sets REFRIGERATORS cu. ft. Leonard Imperial Refrigerator cu. ft. McClary Refrigerator STOVES 1-Gurney Electric Range, 1-Frigldalre Electric Range, 1-Westinghouse Electric Range; 1-lnglis Gas Range, 1- Viking Gas Range; 1-General Electric Gas Range, 1-Cut- lom Imperial Electric Range (like new 1-lnglls Automatic Washer, 1-Frlgldalre Custom Im- perial Automatic Washer; 1-Viking Automatic Washer) 2-Frigidaire Automatic Washers; 1-Wringer Washer. SPECIAL 1-Motched Set Frlgidalre Automatic Washer and Dryw DRYERS Dryer VACUUM CLEANERS 10-Hoover Machines of various colors, S-Lewt Shet- land Models, 5-Electrolux Models, 3-Coronado Models, 3-Eureka Models, 3-Viking Models. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phone 345-3534 or th. Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDIEY ROGER HANDL6Y FRED BURTON Lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 010121 lie. No. 005615 FRED GUSTUM FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE N. AND 2 MILES W. OF MONARCH, ALTA. Thursday, Mar. 4th-11 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Hnving been favoured with Instructionl from Mr. Fred Gustum who ha. .old his farm, we will offer for sal. the following line of farm maehinery as listed below lubieet to additions, deletions, error, or minor change, a. you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH th. day of the sale, with lettl.ment In full befor. removal from th. farm. TRACTORS John Deere Model D tractor 1-1957 Minneapolis Moline Model GBV diesel tractor 1-1948 John Deer. Model D tractor 1-1952 Chevrolet 2 ton truck with 225 bushel grain box- good shope 8.25x20 tires COMBINES SWATHER 1-16 ft. super 27 self propelled combine with pick-up new ring job in 1969) 1-10 ft. Super 26 self propeled combine with pick-up. Good running order swather MISCELLANEOUS Hammer Mill with Cyclone blower McLeod'l grinder 1-Hart Fanning Mill with elevator and ample screens. Has been stored Inside since new MACHINERY 1-10 ft. John Deere chisel plow with rod weeder at- tachment; 1- 10 ft. Graham Hoeme plow, 1-I.H.C. 12 ft. rod weeder; 1-I.H.C. 10 ft. rod flexible horrow with steel draw bar, 1-10 ft. Case double disc with power lift; 1-7 ft. Case power mower, good shape; 1-7 ft. hay or pea windrower attachment; 1-Robin 24 ft. gram auger with gas motor, 1-Kitchner ditcher, 1-Case side delivery ralce, good shape, 1-Massey Harris 11 ft. field cultivator, good shape, 1-I.H.C. 14 ft. Hi wheel drill; 1-- I.H.C. 10' press drill, 1-10 ft. John Deere rubber tired one way, 1-wagon, 1-weed sprayer with 50 ft booms, tank heater, Deere 4 bottom plow, 1 John Deere 3 bottom plow STORAGE TANKS gallon single compartment fuel tacks; 1 135 gallon single compartment delivery fuel tank with Quort-a- Stroks pump, 1-500 gallon water tank, 1-300 gallon stock water trough SHOP EQUIPMENT H.P. water cooled motor 1-Bnggs i Stratton IM" pump unit, ideal garden unit: 1-set of sur- veying instruments; Quantity of 6" cedar siding, 1-garden cultivator; 7-John Deere 14" breaker bottoms, Quantity of scrap iron. TOOLS Blacksmith forge, Blacksmith anvil, 100 Ib., Hammers, Saws, Pliers; Wrenches; log chans; Crow bars, Forks, Shovels, Grease guns, Post drill, Sockets. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phone 345-3534 or the Owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLEY ROGER HANDIEY FRED BURTON lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 016121 Lie. No. 005615 ;