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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wheat quotas to terminate WINNIPEG (CP) The Ca- nadian Wheat Board has an- nounced nine quotas will term- inate effective July 14th. They are the two-bushel D quota for all grades of hard spring wheat, the five-bushel C quota for durum wheat, the five-bushel C quota for her- cules durum wheat, the two- bushel C and t) quotas for Al- berta red winter wheat, the five- bushel B and C quotas for oats. The quotas now are in effect at all delivery points in the designated area. The termina- tion date gives producers five weeks to complete their deliv eries under the quotas. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 413 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 328-5447 Saturday, Juns 10, THE U1H6RIDGC HERAtD TOGETHER AGAIN, AFTER 30 YEARS Thirty years after they made a memorable movie, "Journey For Margaret" Robert Young and Margaret O'Brien are starring again, this time on Young's television series, "Marcus Welby, M.D." They ore pictured at left when Margaret, al five, played a homeless waif, and at right as they'll appear in the TV show, in which she portrays an overweight housewife. United again after 30 years New Saskatchewan community college system proposal unique REG1NA (CP) Education Minister Gordon MacMurchy says the proposed new commu- nity college system in Saskat- chewan will be unique in Can-, ada. "We have tended lo place a high value on strictly academic achievement in narrow terms and we have given less empha- sis to other kinds of Mr. MacMurchy told the an- nual meeting of the Canadian Home and School Association and Parent Teacher Federa- tion. "We have produced a highly academic group of young peo- ple only to find tliat so- ciety has no place for them." HOLLYWOOD (AP) They first met when he was 35 and an MGM star. She was five and on the brink of an amazing career as a child actress. Thirty years later, Robert Young and Margaret O'Brien are starring again. This time she isn't the homeless waif of Journey for Margaret, the 1942 fcdn.alana, {JrtUuranceJ INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBUXTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH IRRIGATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST Lethbridge, Alberta This Is a specialized position with the Irrigation Division, Department of Agriculture in Lethbridge. The successful candidate will complete, update and distribute information on gravity and sprinkler irrigation systems for surface and subsurface applications. Considerable liason with man- ufacturers, suppliers and researchers concerning various applictasons and the evaluation of specific irrigation equipment is also required. Qualifications: B. Sc. in Ag- riculture or Agricultural Engineering preferably supple- mented by post-graduate studies in irrigation, soil science soil and water relationships. Applicants should have five to eight years related experience and must be eligible for membership in the Alberta Institute of Agro- logists or the Alberta Association of Professional Engin- eers. Salary to per annum. Starting salary commensurate with qualifications. Please refer lo Compe- Itkm No. 4407-0-1. Closing dale: June at, 1972. Information and application forms from: Government of Alberta, Personnel Administration Office, Room 1101, John i. Bowlen Building, 620 7th Avenue S.W., Calgory 2, Alberto. Leads client through loophole CALGARY (CP) A second lawyer has taken advantage of a loophole in the Alberta High- way Traffic Act to get an ac- quittal for his client. The latest case, dismissed in provincial court this week, was a charge for leaving the scene of an accident. The argument was the same as one used May 26 involving an illegally-parked vehicle. In the second case, defence counsel Stan Brown said the crown failed lo prove his clicnl was the "owner" of Ihe vehicle which left the scene of a mi- nor accident. Under Section 197 of the Tat- tic Act, the owner is held liable in most traffic offences. However, the parking tickets name the registered owner anrl the proof of ownership cer titicate produced by the crown to back it up also cites the reg istered owner. The same certificate is usec to establish proof of ownership in most other driving cases. The issue is that there is difference in law between the registered owner and the actua owner of a vehicle. cused on persons up lo the age of 22, sadly neglecting adults who "need organized learning as much as anyone." Under the proposed Saskat- chewan system, Mr. MacMur- chy said, more use be made of existing facilities in communlues such as schools, church basements and town halls.. There would be' no for- mal faculty but rather local people with specialized know- ledge they can impart to the public. Permanent courses would be replaced by ad hoc programs which would be discontinued if they become outmoded. Perma- nent courses also have tended The education system has fo-ilo force people to adapt to the structure of a class rather than the class adapling to the peo- ples' needs. The education minister added thai the colleges would be es- tablished on a regional basis wilh about 10 or 15 regions throughout Ihe province. ilm thai can still draw tears on he late-night movie audiences. Miss O'Drien is guest star on Young's television series, Mar- cus Welby, M.D. she is playing he overweight wife of a busi- ness executive, and Dr. Welby reals her for obesity. Margaret O'Brien wilh a weight problem? "it's she admitted, 'I've been having some emo- ional problems over a lawsuit nvolving misuse of funds I earned as a child. When I get upset, I eat." DfET MUST WAIT "I was starting to diet when had an interview for the role in Marcus Welby. The produc- David Victor, said he want- ed me just as I was. So now I've got to wait until the role is. over before I can start to re- duce." The reunion of Miss O'Brien and Young brought back memo- ries for both of them. Despile her tender age, she has a clear recollection of the 1942 film. "I remember the scene In which I had to the actress said. Young recalled that he and his wife invited Margaret to their ranch to play with the four I insisted that she had to come alone, no governess, no teachers; I want- ed her to enjoy herself just as a girl, not a movie star." They rarely saw each other after he left MGM. She re- mained to star in such films as Lost Angel, and Little Women. With the onset of the awkward age. she departed MGM to free-lance. In 1959, she married advertising man Robert Allen. After 10 years and no children, Ihey were divorced. Gas firms back U.S. 011 Alaska pipeline case WASHiNGTON (AP) ty-eight- natural-gas companies have asked to join the trans-A- laska pipeline case on the side of the United States government and the oil companies. The gas firms, which said they represent 22 per cent of all natural-gas distribution in the United States, made their re- quest Wednesday to Judge George L. Hart of U.S. District Court. Oil firms seek to construct the pipeline, which would carry oil and natural gas from Alaska's North Slope to the port of Val- dez. From there the oil would be transported by tanker. Three environmental groups have successfully blocked the line's construction by court in- junction. Natural-gas industry spokes- Firemen cool off CINCINNATI (Ap) On a mild day in June, firemen had to battle a fire in temperatures about 40 degrees below zero. The blaze erupted here in a freezer at the French Bauer Co., a diary products manufac- turer, when an acetylene torch being used to thaw a conveyor belt ignited a set of plastic ice cream containers. lien said it is expensive and difficult to liquefy natural gas and transport it by ship. In- stead, the Alaskan natural gas would have to get to the United States by another pipeline. But a lawyer for the natural- jas group said the firms sup- jorts the trans-Alaska pipeline Because it will promote the pro- duction of natural gas in Alaska. "When the oil starts flowing, the gas will start law- yer Tilford A. Jones said. MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE to or more AMOUNT PAYMENTS RATE J 2000 26.75 14.5% 50OO 63.71 13.5% 12.5% Above exomples based on a 15 year amortization TERMS Up to 20 year amorlizatilon wilh o guaranteed renewable term No hidden charges Available far home purchase, renovations, debt consoli- dation, vocation or any other reasonable purpose phone or visit us at College Shopping Alia. Tel. 328-2381. YOU DO BETTER WITH EXPERIENCED MONEY FROM C.A.C. REALTY ITD., A Subsidiary of For dela Mall, lelhbridge CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED RENT-A-BOBCAT Available Ijy The Day, Week or Month (wilh or wilhout opirDior) BocK Filling Landscaping Driveway Excavating Hag Pen' Cleaning Corfal Cleaning Phone 3284765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1.110 Ind Avemx S. MIKE LUKUCS FARM AUCTION SALE 3 miles east of Monarch at Junction of Hwys. 3 and 23 MONARCH, ALBERTA TUESDAY, JUNE 13-1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED Having favoured with rnitructions from Mr. Mike LuVucs, who hat retired from farming, we will offer ior sale the following ilems ai listed below, which merely a guide and in no way a as to description or condition at the ilems listed are subject to additions, dele. tlons, or erron you may find them at the sale. Terms: Caih the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS 1-Cockshulr Model No. 40 diesef tractor with Farm- hand front end loader. (To be sold as o unit or separately, as decided at sole Harris Model 555 diesel tractor wilh hydraulics, P.T.O. cub tractor with mower. COMBINE Massey-Harris Model 27 self propelled combine with 16 ft. pfatform and Sound pick-up. SWATHER 1-Cockshult 12 ft. P.T.O. pull-type swarher. MACHINERY I Case Model 133 rnolor drive baler; 1 12 ft. hyd. Graham Hoeme pfow; 1-12 it. Model AH 3 Noble bloefe; 1_5 fl. iectlon of Crowfoot packers; 1 dilchcrj 1 7 ft, power mower; lion 5 of Diamond har- rows with sfeel draw bar; ft. sec lion of heavy pack- ers; ft. weed sproyor, trail lypc wilh tank; 1 Massey-Ferguson 16 fl, wide level; 12 ft, press drill; 1 10" hammer mill; ft. I.H.C. oneway; set of 8 ft. packers; 1-10 ft, I.H.C. double disc; ,1 10 ft John Deere press drill; fl. I.H.C. rod weeder; 1 I.H.C. 2-14" plow; 36 ft. grain auger with motor; wheel trailer; 1 12Vi ff. groin box; 1 tractor tire and rim. BEET EQUIPMENT Deere beet topper (good No. 40 beet drill; 1-John Peere beet topper TRUCKS 1-1945 Modef KS5 I.H.C, Iruck 2 way beet box; T- 1954 Dodge ton truck with hoist and beet and groin boxes. MISCELLANEOUS Quantity of wrenches, socket sots, and other mil- cell an coui Items loo numerous to mention. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX A1BERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further information Phone 345-3534, or the owner. AUCTIONEERS Les Hundley Fred Burton Roger Handley Lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 lie. No. 010111 WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck loads Carloads Truck Scalej Magnet Crone National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW 1OCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our BusTnest" lake it easy. Phone instead of driving. Low Sunday-50 you call long distance to anywhere in Alberta for just when you dial direct. IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGISTS TECHNOLOGIST II Brooke, Alberta Salary: Required to produce land forming designs based on the method of irrigation, soil water application rate and slope relationship. Final designs will show irrigation field boun- daries, length of irrigation run, rate of irrigation, time of water application; cut and fill quantities, and location of water control structures. The successful candidate will also complete topographical and construction surveys for various projects as required. Considerable experience jn surveying and drafting is required, Preference will be given to graduates of a technical or vocational college with specialization in soil and water or irrigation. Please refer to Competition No. 1310-C-l. Closing dale: June 20, 1972. Apply CALGARY (see address TECHNOLOGIST III Hat, Alberta Salary: Responsible for the production and quality of land de- velopment plans and designs for land forming, water dis- tribution systems, and surface drain layouts, by organ- izing and reviewing completed topographic and construc- tion surveys and drafting completed by technical staff. Qualifications: Graduation from a recognized technical or vocational school in drafting, soils or civil technology. A minimum of three years related experience is required, preferably supplemented by some supervisory experience. Please refer to Competition No. 1311-C-l. Closing dote: June 20, 1972. Information and application forms from: Government of Alberta, Personnel Administration Office, Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building, 620 7lh Avenue S.W., Calgary 2, Alberta. --ATI i Take it easy this Sunday, with easy to take Sunday-50 long distance rates. You can dial almost anyone in AiDerla Irom anywhere in Alberta, and talk tor three great minutes for just half a buck. 9ut you must use Direct Distance Dianng. (It ODD isn't in your area you call sta- tion-to-station at the same low rate) So do your visiting by phone Or phone ahead, Setose you visit Save time and money with S-50 ODD rates Sunday-50 rates do not apply to person-to- person, collect, third party, time and charge, pay phone or credit card calls. 'AG-T.; part of Trans Canada Telephone System ;