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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Saturday, 9, 1973 Door-to-tlour cau cool and win rcf imd in 3 days HELENA, Mont. A Montana resident ho changes, his mind after having from a' door-to-door salesman will have an out, aftor .Hily 1, when a consumer protection law provid-1 ing a cooling-off period for such gales takes effect The law allows the consumer I to call off a purchase made from a door-to-door salesman within three days of the sale. It applies only to transactions on credit for more than when the goods may be returned in substantially the same condi- tion as when they were pur- chased. GEORGE EHNES AUCTION SALE TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Located 15 Miles South of ETZIKOM, Alberta or 8 Miles East of HOPING SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 1 P.M. SHARP Having received instructions from Mr. Ehnes, wt offer for tale at auction the following: TRACTORS 1 1971 I H C Model 1256 turbo diesel troctor with air con- ditioned cob, dual wheels and 950 hrs. Massey Harris Model 44 gas tractor. Horns Model 102 tractor with front end loader. TRUCKS 1 1966 Chevrolet Model 60 3 ton truck 3x15 wooden box, hoist, road tank, good tires, miles. 1 1955 CMC 3 tor truck with box, hoist, torp. COMBINES 18 ff SP combine with straw chopper, spreader and cab. This combine is in top condition. 10 ft. pickup. MISCELLANEOUS Wringer Battery redio; separators; and chair; Bed; Dresser; Gas tanks; Dishes; Propane cook stove. MACHINERY 1-1973 I.H.C. Model 55 chisel plow U ft. with rod weeder attachment; I.H.C. Model 100 14 ft. press drill with solid packers (top 24 ft. chisel plow wing type fully hyd., top condition; Deere 20 ft. 1200 Series, surflex tiller; 1-Victory 21 ft. 3 standard blade, fully hyd., etc.; rock picker, hyd.; Hoeme 16 ft. chisel plow, hyd.; sprayer, 33 ft. rear mount to fit light delivery truck; of diamond harrows; of flex harrows; Large harrow drawbar, dump carrier for J.D. drills; 1 SnoCo 16 A'1 auger end 27 ft. grain auger and motor; 41 ft. grain auger with elec- tric start motor; fillers, Jeffrey rodweeder attach- ment. description at condition or otherwise forth on item ii merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer Of the owner era responsible for any in description w con- dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridge Office Phono 328-3951 Company License 07! 465 JOE PERLICH Lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK RIVER ED TORSHER Lie, 012467 Phone 545-6452 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MEL SHEETS AUCTION SALE Located 8 Miles North of PICTURE BUTTE or 13 Miles East of BARONS, ALBERTA MONDAY, JUNE 18th A.M. SHARP TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from Mr. Sheets who has told farm, we offer for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS Cockshutt Diesel cob, jingle wheels. I.H.C. Tractor, good running order. 1 W30 I.H.C. Tractor on rubber, running order. TRUCKS Fargo 3 ton special, hoist end grain box, 5 speed transmission and 2 speed rear end. V-2 Ton Mercury 352 V-8 motor, A speed trans- mission, heavy duty. COMBINE 1-1959 Massey Harris 92, 14 ft. table, McCoy Renn pickup (like straw chopper. FUEL TANKS gal. Tank, double compartment. gal. Tank, single compartment. gal. Propane Tank, with regulator and filling hose. MACHINERY 1 1966 CCII. self propel swather, 15 ft. platform, good condition; ft. Graham hoe with winch, single wing type, rod weeder attachment ft." Victory blade, new 1-I.H.C. Model 100 disc drill (14 new pans, bearings, etc.; 37 I.H.C. baler; ft. I.H.C. rod weeder (spring hitch) new rod; Holland hay conditioner; 1 12 ft. Noble blade, hydraulic, 2 stan- dard; 1-I.H.C. 120 pull type 3-Sections Sections of diamond and flexible harrows. CAMPER ton mount, home made insulated camper outfit. GRAIN AUGERS ft x 7" grain auger with Wisconsin, gas motor, elec- tric start. 1 27 x 6" grain auger with 9 h.p. Briggs Stratton motor. ft. x 6" grain auger, A frame. 1-Drill filler 12 ft. x 4" with 12 volt electric moto-. MISCELLANEOUS 20' x 3" Wade Rain irrigation pipe; Electric lawn mowers and chords; acetylene generator; cream separators (West 1 Gas weldina outfit, 1 100 amp battery quick charger 6 and 12 volt; gal oil dispenser and pump. Hydraulic roms and Good assortment of shop New and used parts; Propane Chain hoist; Electric drills and saws; Grindstone and dump box 12' x 7', steel floor; on valve reseating and refacing outfit; fridges, bed and miscellaneous household items. The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is In no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner ore responsible for any errors in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridge Office Phone 328-3951 Company license 071465 JOE PERUCH Lie. Phone 328-9772 ISTHB-ICG A-B-RTA BOB BALOG lie. rh-ns 647-2201 Ml K f IVER ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phone 545-6452 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phone .-28-9672 LETHB-IDGE, ALBEHA Medical experiment Skylab science pilot Dr. Joseph P. Kervvin Wednesday takes a blood sample from Skylab commander Charles (Pete) Conrad, upper left, and right, puts sample in a vial. At lower left Kerwin puts vial of blood in centrifuge and right closing the centrifuge. has been no progress' SAIGON (CP) Despite a week-long attempt to resolve a major diplomatic deadlock within the problem-ridden inter- national truce force, officials say their efforts are producing no visible progress. Meanwhile, the four-country peace commission is officially paralysed, with all regular meetings of heads of delega- tions cancelled indefinitely. Ironically, the only formal conference likely to be held soon by the International Com- mission of Control and Super- vision (ICCS) will be a special session called to approve its hefty million budget, cov- ering the period from its Jan. 28 birth to March 31, 1974. "I think you can said one senior ICS source, "that there has been no movement, no progress of any kind." In fact, Hungarian Ambassa- dor Ferenc Esztergalyos is leaving Saigon to spend two weeks in Budapest. ICS sources are puzzled by the am- bassadors move but most be- lieve it is intended to give him a chance to discuss the current impasse with his government. The commission came to a standstill last week when the Hungarians, supported by the Poles, refused to permit the commission to forward reports by the Canadians and In- donesians alleging North Viet- namese infiltration of South Vietnam since the January ceasefire. The two East European dele- gations say they did not take part in the questioning of four North Vietnamese prisoners, on which the reports are based, and so the document are in- valid. Reports by two of the four countries have been forwarded in the past to the two-Daily Joint Military Commission (JMC) without objection from the Poles or Hungarians. The sudden change in their position surprised many officials. When it became clear that the matter could not be resolved by I continuing regular ICS meet-! ings, Canadian Ambassador Michel Gauvin, this month's commission chairman, called for an indefinite adiournment. A spokesman for the In- donesian delegation said today his country will not accept ar.y measure short of its irsistence that the reports be forwarded bv the commission as separate' views of two ICS members. Tlie Hungarians say there can be no compromise on their re- fusal to permit this. Sources I still hold out the possibility, however, of a surprise break- through. The deadlock does not prohi- bit ICS field teams from car- rying out investigations of ceasefire delegations when re- quested by either the Viet Cong or South Vietnamese govern- ment. It means, however, that any reports which result are meaningless since the commis- sion cannot deal with them until the dispute is resolved. Canadians in the field com- plain bitterly about what they describe as the obstructionism of the Poles and Hungarians. They say the East Europeans, in their desire to protect the in- terests of the Viet Cong, have made a farce of the principle of objectivity. At some teamsites there is open hostility, with the Poles and Hungarians either not asso- ciating at all with the Cana- dians and Indonesians or else agreeing to deal with them only on strictly formal terms. There appears to be a deepen- ing sense of frustration among many of the Canadians and while they insist they will con- tinue trying to operate ef- ficiently until Canada's July 31 xvithdrawal deadline, there is also a growing desire "to wash our hands of this whole as a veteran peacekeeper de- scribed it. One Canadian civilian com- mented: "It's all very well to argue that the military has gained im- portant practical experience here. "But what may be far more significant is that many of them will go home with a completely false picture of Eastern Eu- ropeans and their policies, based on their frustrating en- counter with a handful of ad- mittedly-difficult representa- tives in Vietnam." Others say there has been a marked decline in the con- fidence which South Vietnamese government supporters once had in the ICS. They say there is an increasing tendency for the South Vietnamese army and the people generally to dismiss the commission as an imootent body, incapable of doing any- thing to promote peace in the country. Among ICS officials, there is also mounting concern that the commissions current stalemate 1 may increase the difficulties of! finding a country to take Can-' ada's place. "It's bad enough when you have to ask some country to take on a job Canada says is impossible said an Indonesian delegate, "but when you have to add that the commission has, in effect, ceased to function, it becomes far worse." Zambian story on two deaths unconvincing LONDON (Reuter) Hie Guardian published a Zambian account of the shooting incident on May 15 when two Canadian girls were killed and an Ameri- can man was wounded by shots from the Zambian side of the Zambesi River border with Rhodesia. The newspaper says in an ac- companying editorial that the Zambian explanation "remains wholly unconvincing." The Daily, replying to a Zam- bian request that it publish Zambia's side of the case in full, runs the account b" VK cent Mijoni, editor-in-chief of :he government-owned uauy Wail in Lusaka. The account fills three columns on an inside page. Mijoni says the tourists would lave had to pass through Rhp- desian military camps on their way to the scene of the shoot- ngs and would have bee> seen security forces. "The question is: Why did they allow them to go unes- corted? Why did they not dis- courage them from going there? Why were the Rhodesian security forces so sure that .hese four (tourists) would mow their way through a for- eign country in thick forests to the The Canadian girls were Mar- an Drijber, 19, of Rockwood, )nt, and Christine Sinclair, 19, of Guelph, Ont. Wounded was John Crowther of Troy, Ohio. His wife. Carol, escaped Injury. In its editorial, The Guardian points out that Zambian Presi- dent Kenneth Kaunda has said that if Zambian forces had not reacted to "this incursion" then "the next visitors would have been commandos with the ob- jective of destroying the power station" on the Zambian side of the river. Says The Guardian: "It fa saddening to read such non- sense. Zambia and Rhodesia share a common electricity un- dertaking, the only survival from their federal days. Both countries are short of power. Rhodesia could have no interest in destroying part of its own generating system." The Guardian also rejects the Zambian claim that the tourists would have had to pass through Rhodesian military camps, re- ferring to a map which it repr- ints from the Zambian news- paper. The paper continues: "The Zambian account re- mains wholly unconvincing, and it is regrettable that President Kaunda, whose stated aim for Zambia is the improvement of race relations, and who person- ally has done much in that cause, should attempt to defend the indefensible conduct of his soldieis." CAREER OPPORTUNITIES HERALD WANT ADS PHONE 328-4411 Office Manager Accountant Wanted by PROGRESSIVE LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET in Southern Alberta town Apply stating experience and salary expected to BOX 132, HERALD ACCOUNTANT-ASSISTANT TO MANAGER FOR PROFESSIONAL OFFICE MUST BE CAPABLE OF HANDLING COMPLETE ACCOUNTING RECORDS. SALARY RANGE OPEN MALE OR FEMALE APPLICATIONS WELCOME. Apply to Box 141, Herald Giving complete details and calory expected. ALL REPLIES WILL BE ANSWERED I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A new Alberta Snack Foods Company requires a1 product distributor for the City of Edmonton. An ex- cellent business prospect for an experienced sales- man who wishes to establish his own business or ex- isting distributorship interested In expansion. A capital investment is required. Our employees are aware of this advertisement. Please reply to> "Business 2107 Palliser Drive, S.W, _ Calgary, Alberta. I I I I I I I I I TREASURY BRANCHES OF ALBERTA CAREERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADS DEVELOPMENT A comprehensive program provides training through Branch Administration to Management. SELECTION A good academic record supported by an interest In people and o desire to be involved in a rapidly ex- panding financial organization. BENEFITS Include full Provincial Civil Servant benefits. Com- mencement salaries are reviewed annually with addi- tional consideration provided for demonstrated ability and advancement. If you are interested In such an opportunity and feel that you have the necessary qualifications, contact the Manager of your nearest Treasury Branch. Crop insurance programs equalized by Commons bill OTTAWA, (CP) Legislaton designed to equalize crop insur- ance programs across the coun- try was passed yesterday by the Commons agriculture com- mittee and referred back to the Commons for final passage. The committee dealt with the which amends the Crop In- surance Act to make the cost of premiums equal for all farm- ers, in two sessions. No amendments were made to the bill, but the committee agreed to recommendations by Conservatives and New Demo- crats that the government con- sider further extending crop in- surance provisions in the fu- ture. All parties agreed to a Con- servative recommendation by Gordon Towers (Red Deer) that I he government look into the possibility of extending cov- erage to farmers who lose only part of (heir crops. The act now stipulates that farmers must lose up to 80 per cent of their crops before they qualify for insurance. Under the proposed changes, the federal government would assume all the cost of all crop insurance taken out by farmers. YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. IRRIGATION ENGINEERS Division Requires a Planning and Field Engineer, and a Planning Engineer. Typical duties may include professional and administrative work specializing in planning, design, quality control, supervision of conttruc- tion on irrigation projects within irrigated areas of Alberta, evaluation of irrigation and drainage systems and projects B.Sc. in Civil, Agricultural or Irrigation Engineering with related experience. Specific duties and appointment salary range to per month. Competition number 1003-C-l. Closes June 23, 1973. Apply CALGARY (see address below) SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, CALGARY, ALBERTA MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR A temporary appointment for ono academic year (Augjtt 1, 1973 to June 30, Presents laboratory'exercises in Hernatoiogy, Histology and Blood Bank. Applicants should have a degree, A.R.T. or equivalent with recent experience in a large modern hospital. C.S.L.T. membership is expected. Experience in Hematology, Histology and Blopd Bank Is essential. Please refer to Competition Numben Closing date: June 21, 1973. Information and application from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA. T2P OY8 XEROX TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE IF YOU POSSESS Initiative and an inquiring mind we offer chal- lenge and problem solving. Creativity we offer the atmosphere and tools to innovate fresh ideas. Ambition we offer advancement and excellent salary. Qualifications include a good understanding of mech- anics and a thorough knowledge of electrical and electronic principles. The successful applicants will have a High School and Technical .School diploma. Entire training program full pay. Upon completion of training, you will bo assigned a territory in the CaU gary or Lethbridge area, servicing Xerox electron- mechanical office copying and duplicating equipment. In addition, Xerox offers a comprehensive benefit pro- gram, including fully paid profit sharing, health and life insurance and tuition aid. Isn't it time you started a career with a company that's going places at the same time you are? Positions avail- able for both present and future employment. PLEASE SEND DETAILS OF YOUR BACKGROUND TO. MR. D. NORTHCOTT XEROX OF CANADA LIMITED SUITE 844, 700 6th AVENUE S.W., CALGARY, ALBERTA. T2P OT8 ;