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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 23, 1074 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Police open station A Greenwich, Conn., service station, which had been closed to protest federal sales regulation as part of a two-day strike by gasoline dealers, is guarded by police after it reopened temporarily to serve cars which the police deemed essential. The shutdown affecting two Connecticut towns began at noon Thursday. Health minister puts stop to intoxication centre study EDMONTON (CP) An ex- perimental research program which denied some people ad- mission to the provincial in- toxication recovery centre here has been cancelled. Health Minister Neil Crawford said Friday. The minister said in an interview the decision to cancel the program was effective Thursday and was MAURICE ERDMANN FARM AUCTION SALE At the farm 6 miles south, 1 mile west Vz mile south of ETZIKOM, Alberta 6th SALE STARTS A.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Having received instructions from Maurice Erdmann, who hat farm, we will offer for sale his complete line of farm machinery. The following list and description is to be used as a guide and is by no means a guarantee either actual or implied. TRACTORS COMBINE Deere 830 Diesel Tractor with Cab, Lights, Hydraulics, Power Steering and Good Tires; John Deere 830 Diesel Tractor with Power Steering, PTO, Lights, hydraulics and Good Tires; John Deere Model D Tractor with Starter; Massey-Ferguson Model T.E.A. Tractor; 3-pt. Hitch, PTO, Belt Pulley; Minneapolis-Moline 4290 Combine with Cab; 16' Tabble Hesston Straw Chopper, Good Tires. Mechanically A1. TRUCKS CAR IHC Loadstar 1600 Series Truck with.900x20 Tires, Grain Box, Hoist, Spare Fuel Tank and Stock Racks. Very good condition, less than 7000 miles. 1951 Ford 3-Ton Truck with Grain Box and. Hoist. Mechanically Good. 1965 IHC Vfe-Ton Truck (Good 1957 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan. MACHINERY John Deere LZA Hoe Drills with Marker and Duplex Hitch; 20-ft. Graham Hoerne Cultivator; 21-ft. Victory Blade and Marker; 14-ft. Noble Blade and Marker; Deere Model 500 Rodweeders with 2-ft. Extensions; Massey-Ferguson 16-ft. Pull Type Swather with Double Swath Attachment; New Holland Baler; 20-ft. Rodweeder Attach.; John Deere 20-ft. Oneway; John Deere 16-ft. Oneway; John Deere 14-ft. Cultivator; Minn-Toba Field Sprayer with 60-ft. Booms and HeavyDuty Pump; Side Delivery Rake; 10-ft. Double Disc; 34-ft. Grain Auger; Briggs Stratton 9 h.p. Self-Starting Engine; 28-ft. Grain Auger with B S Engine; Drag Auger; 16-ft. Bale Loader; John Deere Grain Loader with 3-5 h.p. Stationary Engine; Allied Front End Loader; 3-Point Hitch Gin Poles; 3-Point Hitch; 3-Bottom Plow; 3-Point Hitch Scraper; Shaver Post Driver; PTO Post Hole Auger; 3 Sections Spring Harrows: 10 Sections Flexible Harrows; 12 Sections Diamond Harrows. SHOP D Valve Grinder Refacer; Acetylene Welder; Forney 180 amp. Welder; B D V Drill Press Vises: Bench Grinder; Battery Chargers; Post Drill; 1- Ton Chain Hoist; Air Compressor Tank; Forge Floor Jack; Hyd. Jacks; Chains; Tools; Small Air Conditioner. HOUSEHOLD Woods Deepfreeze; Leonard Fridge Bedroom Suite; Tappan 40" Propane Range Deepfreeze Freezer; Propane Fridges: Chesterfield Chair; Stockholm Table Mode: Separator: Dresser; Coal Wood Range; Ping Pong Table: Lounge Chair; Hand Adding Machine; Radio- Record Player. MISCELLANEOUS Single Compartment Fuel Tanks; 300-GaL Single Compartment Fuel Tank Stand; 90-Gal. Fuel Slip Tank; Markee Camper Shell; Garden Tractor witft Mower Cultivator; RototiHer; Outboard Motor; 8 S Engine Pump; Macleod's 12" Grinder; Link Fanning Mill; 2-Wheel Utility Trailer; 4-Wheel Deck Trailer; Edbro Truck Pressure Pump Tank; 15x34 Tractor Tire; Tanks; Harness; 50-ft. Endless Belt; 27-ft. 1" Gas Hose; Ford 16" Tires Wheels; Field Marker; Hydraulic Rams; Propane Bottle; Tower for Wind Charger; Gas Pumps; Ladders; Gas Engines; Coa' Furnaces; Buzz Saw; Running Gear; Tumble Bog; Snow Fence; Hog Wire; Barb Wire; Wooden Loading Chute; Hose; Lumber; Plywood; Posts; Scrap iron. Many More Hems Too Numerous To Mention. LUNCH SERVED BY ETZIKOM SUNSHINE CLUB SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PIWM3ZM705 Mtam AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN UCHIM No. 012118 "based on the incident being brought to my attention." The program, which had been operating for about two weeks, saw every 10th person who applied for admission to the turned away. Such people were told they did not qualify but that they could get for allowing themselves to be interviewed in a week at the offices of the Alberta alcohol and drug abuse commission, which runs the centre. Every ninth person who ap- plied for admission and re- ceived it also was being inter- viewed. The two were then compared with a view to determining how effective the centre is in treatment. Published reports, based on a confidential the program Thursday. AGREEMENT TO STOP "I spoke with the chairman of the commission Wednesday night and we agreed to end the Mr. Crawford said, adding he did not learn of the program until Wednesday. The minister said he is not going to discipline persons in- volved. "I consider what hap- pened to have been an error in judgment. "I think it would be useful to get the data (which the pro- gram was trying to collect) but it can't be done that way. "We'll just have to find an- other way." Mr. Crawford expressed hope that the incident would not destroy confidence in the centre, adding that the prompt action taken in cancelling the program should indicate efforts are being made to maintain the centre's effectiveness. The cancellation "will have a good effect on the treatment program at the centre, not a harmful effect." "I think people will have more confidence in the program if this type of experimentation or evaluation is not done." Richard Anthony, commission chairman, had confirmed he knew of the program but said "it is my understanding that people who really need help from the centre are being admitted and getting it." "If these people are not being admitted, it's not my understanding of the way the evaluation program is to be run." Immigration changes patching up old act OTTAWA (CP) Immigra- tion changes announced this week by Immigration Minister Robert Andras are described as one of the last in a series of measures aimed at patching up the time-worn 1952 Immigration Act and its regulations. Effective immediately, prospective immigrants seeking work will have to prove their occupational skills are needed or have a definite steady job offer before they will be allowed entry. Mr. Andras has said he has one more house-cleaning measure in mind. A one-line amendment to the Immigration Act would be brought before Parliament as part of a group of changes to the Criminal Code. The amendment would provide fines and jail terms for deported individuals who return without special permission. Deportees now are forbidden to return but there is no penalty if they are caught. Some are deported as many as eight or nine times, immigration officials say. Some have arrived back in the country before their official escorts have. The clean-up was begun by Mr. Andras' predecessor, Bryce Mackasey, in Nov., 1972. Mr. Mackasey revoked a section of the immigration regulations which since 1967 has permitted visitors to apply for permanent residence from within the country. If refused and ordered deported, they could go to the Immigration Appeal 1967 innovation. Under Mr. Andras, who took over in late 1972, visitors plan- ning io stay longer than three months were directed to register with an immigration officer, effective Jan. Those seeking temporary work had to get work permits. Last summer, Parliament approved a bill increasing the membership of the appeal board, whose backlog had climbed to more than cases. It also approved a 60- day registration period which by Oct. 15 brought nearly illegal immigrants out of hiding to apply for landed status without penalty. Mr. Andras says he now is ready to look at long-term im- migration policy. That examination will include preparation of a gcvcrnmsnt green paper on population and scheduled for completion by early summer. There may be a federal-provincial conference on population policy as part of public discussion culminating in a new Immigration Act, expected to be laid before Parliament early in 1975. Preparation of the document and the discussions which will follow will be held coincidentally during World Population Year. MONDAY and TUESDAY February 25 and 26 Prices effective Monday and Tuesday, February 25 and 26 only. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 13th Street and 2nd Avenue North MARTEN'S IGA Coaldale We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. Tablerite Lite Loin PORK CHOPS Family Pack Ib. SPARERIBS Tablerite Pork Side........................ 79 o KRAFT DINNERS Macaroni with Cheese, Tk oz. pkg. AYLMERSOUP 10 fl. oz. tin. vegetable beef or cream of chicken................... R CREAM PIES Sunshine Frozen ...__.... SOUP MIX Heinz Chicken Noodle, 2 per carton Squirrel Peanut Butter 48fl.oz.tin POTATO CHIPS 2s Mr. Crisp Tri Pack (nidi W W KETCHUP Aylmor Tomato. 32 bottle..............................WW Fresh from our In-Store Bakery Centre Vullage Mall Phone 327-0353 CINNAMON TWIST BUN Doztn TURNIPS OR CABBAGE If) Local................................................ IB. W o California CELERY Canada No. 1..............................Ib. ;