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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mortgage plan details ready for inspection NOBLEFORD tails for the special mortgage lending program assisting home ownership, sponsored by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, are now posted in the village office and may be inspected any time the office is open for business. Further information may be obtained by contacting CMHC Lethbridge office. the LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE -LTD.- (In co-operation with the Alberta Aviation Council) Offers Special One-Day Charter Flight ABBOTSFORD, B.C. International Air Show SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1971 Price Per Person Round Trip. Phone 327-1561 for further information Book Your Seat Nowl North America's Greatest Flying Show LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. -an lake you anywhere in North America at competitive prices! Sharp voices doubt U.S. can block Peking UN bid OTTAWA (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp Friday voiced doubt, in a dis- cussion with Chinese ambassa- dor Huang Hua, that the United States can block Peking's ad- mission to the United Nations this fall. He told the newly-arrived envoy that from their calcula- tions Canadian authorities are "not sure" the U.S. could obtain a majority for the so-called im- portant question resolution used in the past to help keep the Communist regime out. The resolution makes it neces- sary for Peking to get a two- thirds majority of UN members voting on whether the Chinese Nationalists should be replaced in the world organization by the Chinese Communists. At the General Assembly meeting last fall, Peking for the first time obtained a simple ma- jority but was denied admission because the important question device again was adopted. Canada voted for Peking's ad- mission but also for the two- thirds requirement. This year it has served notice that it will vote for Peking on both counts. However, Mr. Sharp told Mr. Huang in a one-hour courtesy call paid by the ambassador, Canada has received no indica- tion whether in fact the U.S. in- tends to put forward the impor- tant question resolution this year. Canadian sources, reporting on Friday's talk, said Mr. Huang gave no i n d i c a whether he expected Peking to gain admittance to the UN on the next vote. HUANG DODGES Asked by Mr. Sharp for his assessment of the situation Mr. Huang ducked, saying he couldn't pretend to have any "expertise" and adding that the MODERN FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. USED COMBINE, TRACTOR and SWATHER AUCTION SALE 1251 2nd AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA THURSDAY, AUGUST 5-1 P.M. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. J. Nor- He, manager of Modern Farm Equiment Ltd., we offer for the following line of farm machinery as lilted be- low subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement in full be- fore removal from the premises. SPECIAL TERMS: One third cash day of sate and balance in 30 days with possession only after payment has been made in full by cash or finance sealed advance bids with ten per cent or better deposit will .accepted prior to sale time to accommodate thoie unable to attend because of distance or time on the spot financing at the sale available on approved credit good used trade-ins will be considered as part payment providing arrangements have been made at least three days prior to sate time Any ether terms or conditions will be an. nounced at the sale. Extra Easy Financing Terms ONLY 40% DOWN DAY OF THE SALE Interest free note for 1 year from date of pur- chase on approved credit. COMBINE5-l-Massey Morris Model 92-14-ft. with chopper ond pick-up, serial No. 158582; Harris Model 92 with chopper and pick-up, serial No. 93000753; Harris Model 92 with chopper and pick-up, serial No. 93000774; Model ft. with pick-up, serial No. 60346; Model No. 8220960; 1-Minn. Moline Model 3490-14- ft. wih spreader and Sund pick-up, serial No. 59478; 1 Massey Model 90 with spreader and pick-up, serial No. 141415; 1-Cockshutt with pick-up seriol No. LN-977; 1-Cockshutt sp-428-12-ft. with spreoder and pick-up, serial No. LO-1089; ft. with spreader and pick-up, serial No. LM-407; 1-Cock- shutt sp-428-12-ft. with pick-up; serial No. LO-1030; Cockshutt sp-428-lO-ft. with spreader ond pickup, serial No. LP-933; 1-Cockshutt sp-428-15-ft. with spreader, seriol No. LP-995; 1-Cockshutl sp-431-12-ft. with cob and pick- up, seriol No. 47092. TRACTORS-l-Massay Harris Model 55 diesel troctor with hyd.; 1-Minn. Moline GBD tractor with hyd.; Model 1800 diesel troctor with cab, hyd. ond p.t.o.; 1-Minn Moline M-5 gas std. tractor; Model 1850 diese! tractor with cab, hyd. and p.t.o. TRUCK-1-1958 CMC three ton with 2-way beet box hoist 2 speed axle, 900x20 tires, 302 big 6 motor. P.S. Several farmers have requested permission to enter their farm trucks on this large sale and it is expected thot one or two more farm trucks will be available by sale time. Wotch for other advertisements for further information. SHOP TOOLS-Some used shop tools nnd motors, brand new open-end and box-end wrenches and hommers !elf P'opelled swath- er with 6-ft. header; 1-Versatile self propfllled 15-foot swather; Model 402 15-foot pull type swathe" 1-John Deere Model 190 16-foot pull-type swather. SPECIAL 1-Tondem axle, heavy duly, Noble factory-built mn. hinery flat bed trailer with 18-ft. deck. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: This Harvest Sal. offers a rar. op. portunity to pick and choose o Combine of y.jur choice iust prior to the Big Harvest ahead. Now it the to buy a second Combine or use your smaller unit as purt payment on a larger one at the Auction Sole. Why not drop in at Modern Farm Equipment Ld. prior to the Sale and look over tht fine stock and leave your sealed, advance bid if you are unable to attend. The roaton for this Auction Sale is the Large Inventory of used Harvest Equipment must go to reduce overhead and Comany Chattel Mortgages carried on some of the larger items. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information 345-3534 Remember the weather Is no problem In our plastic tent. AUCTIONEERS IES HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDIEY Lit. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 Canadian minister probably was better informed on the subject. The two men discussed at some length President Nixon's planned visit to China, and the sources said Mr. Huang gave Mr. Sharp "some of the back- ground" of the announcement by Mr. Nixon two weeks ago The ambassador's a r r i v a here was delayed several weeks because of his involvement with the visit to Peking of presiden- tial aide Henry Kissinger, when the Nixon trip was arranged. Mr. Huang was understood to have traced efforts to normalize relations between Washington and Peking back to the begin- ning of occasional ambassa- dorial meetings that took place over a period of years in War- saw. The ambassador elaborated on what the Chinese govern- ment expected from Mr. Nix- on's visit, the source said, but they refused to go into detail. Asked whether the Chinese expectations as outlined by Mr. Huang included a new regime of understanding between China and the U.S., the sources said this was implicit in the an- nouncement of the president's visit. Mr. Sharp said Canada wel- comed the planned journey and hoped for its success. -------------------------------------Sotutday, July 31, 1971 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 19 todays FUNNY meeting point at a siding near Bowden, and the two trains collided at a point four miles north. The two men killed were on the northbound freight and "the crewmen on the northbound reight were cited for the hu- man the spokesman laid. The collision ruptured a pro- sane tank car which ignited, spewing flames and engulfing he two men in the fire. The spokesman did not elab- rate on how the accident oc- cured. Human error responsible RED DEER (CP) Human error was responsible for the collision of two freight trains in April which killed two Cal- gary men, a spokesman for CP Rail said. The spokesman northbound freight said the passed Volunteers are ordered to quit jobs NEW DELHI (AP) The In- dian government has started or- dering foreign volunteers to quit their work among East Paki- stani refugees within 48 hours, official sources said here. "The least possible number of foreign volunteers should be permitted for a variety of rea- sa'i one high-ranking In- dian official familiar with the relief program. "If none at all are there, that would be the best possible alternative." The first foreign volunteers from Britain and one from those working for War on Want, a British social service organiza- tion operating a hospital that treats 300 refugees a day near Calcutta's airport. Jon Moynihan of London said in Calcutta the local state gov- ernment had given the organiza- tion a 48-hour notice Wednesday to withdraw its foreign person- nel and turn over their work to Indians. "We are already doing this and there is not much conflict on he said. Official sources in Calcutta said other foreign agencies which were not immediately identified, would be given simi- lar notices in the next few days. Barley also shows considerable increase WARNED BATHERS During a lifeguard strike at Jones Beach, N.Y., helicopters motor launches and uniformet police warned bathers not to swim in deep water. S. J. (Jim) STARNER FARM AUCTION SALE 4 MILES NORTH OF FOREMOST, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, AUG. 4th 1 p.m. Having been favored with instructions from Mr Jim Starrer who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. Any other special arrangements will be announced at the auction sale with possession only after payment has been made in full. Feed grain will be accepted as payment In full or part on swather and I.H.C. chisel plow, in full or part payment at 75c for barley and 90c for No. 2 wheat. Sample must represent grain to be delivered. All grain to be delivered prior to possession of equipment purchased. COMBINE 1-1968 Massey-Ferguson model 510 self pro. pelled with cab, 18 ft. platform and 10 ft. Melroe Pickup. Like new condition. MACHINERY 1-16 ft. Noble Blade with V blade and straight blade; 1-1968 Allis-Cholmers 2200 series 14 ft. double disc on rubber. Like new. Has done approx. 400 acres; Mayrath 27 it. auger with gas motor, recently overhauled; diamond harrows; Hydarulic rock Massey-Harris 4-wheel rubber-tired trailer; 1 1966 Massey-Ferguson No. 36 wide level seeder, like new; 1 1967 I.H.C. model 55 Duplex 20 ft. chisel plow with rod weeder 1-10-ft. Oliver double disc; 2-wheel flat deck trailer; 1-1968 8" Snowco 38 ft. grain auger, P.T.O. drive TRUCK 7-1959 Chev. 2 ton truck. Model 40 with 200 bushel box and hoist. Approx. actual miles. TRACTOR 1-1968 Massey-Ferguson model 1100 dlesel with cab and dual wheels. Like new condition. SWATHER Versatile self-propelled 18 ft. swather. Model 103 in excellent condition. FUEL TANKS gal. heavy gauge fuel tank with wooden stand; gal. fuel tank and steel stand. SHOP TOOLS 1-Fourney 180 omp. electric welder; box end and open end wrenches; 1 vise; taps and dies; 1-Jack-AII jack; 1-Air compressor; Quantity of shovels, forks, log chains, grease guns, 36" pipe wrenches and smaller ones, MISCELLANEOUS 1-Weed sprayer; 1-Briggs and Straiten 9 h.p gas motor; Brond new Grohc.n chisel Brand new I.H.C. chisel points; Quantity of oil ond grease; Ib. propane bottles; Quantity of cedar posts ond barbed wire; Quantity of scrap iron. SPECIAL Approximately to 'i.500 Ibs. of good used and new bolts, nuts and washers. A fair selection of household items. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This it an exceptionally good sale of quality farm equipment. Mr. Starnor is well-known for the good condition he has kept his farm equipment in and anyone looking for good equipment is well advised to toke the day off to attend this sale. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. "Servino the South by Word of Mouth" For further Information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner US HANDIEY Lit. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS FRED BURTON Lie. No. 005615 ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010121 Big boost in wheat acreage OTTAWA (CP) Canadiani farmers have planted 19.2 mil-1 lion acres to wheat this year, M per cent more than the 12.5 mil- lion acres seeded in 1970, Ihe Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported today. In the Prairie provinces, where the bulk of Canada's wheat is grown, 18.7 million acres have been planted to the crop, 56 per cent above a gov- ernment-sponsored reduction last year to 12 million acres. The preliminary estimates, based on a June survey by the bureau, firm up spring inten- tions by grain farmers to plant more wheat and a record amoi'rt of barley. Barley acreage is estimated to be 15.2 million acres, 51 per cent more than 1970's 10 million. Rapeseed plantings are up 35 per cent to a record 5.4 million acres, from four million in 1970. But flax, the other major oil- seed, has been seeded on only two million acres, a decrease of 40 per cent from the 1970 level of 3.4 million acres. The area seeded to oats dropped four per cent to 8.1 mil- lion seres, but (hat seeded to rye increased eight per cent to 1.1 million. The bureau said the increase in wheat acreage reverses the downward trend during the last three years, but that the 1971 acreage is still much below the 25 million sown in 1969 ami the 1960-G9 average of 27.6 million. It is the second smallest wheat acreage since 1941 Much of the land shifted back into wheat was taken out of summerfallow. The amount of land summerfallowed this year is estimated to be 25 million acres, 30 per cent less than the 1970 total of 36.9 million. Last year wheat acreage was sloshed under a government program called LIFT, for Low Inventory for Tomorrow, under which farmers were oaid an acre to a maximum of for taking land out of wheat produc- tion in the face of a world wtu'ai glut and depressed A similar three-year, million program begun this year pays faimers an acre to switch wheat land into forage crops. Praii'ie Province acreage to- tals with last year's figures in brackets: Manitoba: >Vheat 2.40 million (l.i oats 1.55 million (1.35 barley 2.2 mil- ion (1.5 rye flax (1.2 mil- rapeseed tame hay 12 million (1.10 summerlallow 2.7 million (four Saskatchewan: Wheat 11.5 million (eight oats 2.4 million (2.55 barley 6.3 million (3.3 rye flax 1.03 mil- lion (1.5 rapeseed 2.5 million (2 tame hay 1.65 million (1.6 sum- merfallow 16.6 million 24 mil- Alberta: Wheat 3.5 million (2.6 oats 2.3 million (2.6 barley 6.1 million (4.7 rye flax rapeseed 2.3 million (1.6 mil- tame hay 3.6 million (3.4 summerfallow G.V mil- lion (8.9 For Canada, the total area seeded to the 10 spring-planted ci'ops is estimated lo be 54 7 million acres compared with 42.9 million acres in 1970. Total acreage of Ihe !B plan'.ed crops together winter wheat, fa1! rye, lame hay and summerfallow amour.t to 95.9 million acres com- pared with 64.7 million acres last year. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION (2JMAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 328-5447 Newsprint price jumps VANCOUVER (CP) Crown Zellerbach Canada Ltd. today announced an increase of a ton in the price of its standard newsprint, effective on ship- ments after Oct. 31. President Robert G. Rogers said: "We feel this pricu im- provement in a vital step to ease our present cost-price squeeze" arising from in- creased labor and production costs. The new price for standard newsprint rolls will be per ton for Vancouver Island and lower mainland markets, and for the interior of British Columbia and Alberta. A similar increase was an- nounced by MacMillan Blosdel Ua. Reject request NOBLEFORD City of Lethbridge has request- ed the village to share the cost of servicing the Hard senior citizens home now under con- struction at Lothbridge. The council of tire Village of Noble- ford has replied it does not feel obligated in any way to meet this request. ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL 4 Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE SUMMER HOURS EFFECTIVE TILL SEPT. 19 LAUNDRY SECTION A.M. TO P.M. EVERY DAY 12 INGLIS WASHERS 6 INGLIS DRYERS DRY CLEAN SECTION A.M. TO P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD SHOP ATTENDED DURING DRY CLEANING HOURS Phone 327-0811 his style old style A mighty man was he -with a mighty thirst to match. His style? Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner! The beer big enough to quench a thirst that was hammered out of heat and fired in the forge. Beer slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest old-time flavour. Old Style Pilsner: you can't beat it! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE ;