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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tunday, Jiint 13, 1972 THE LETHWIIDGE HIRMD HENE LEVESQUE Qite unity near Ben Levesque, leader of the Parti Quebecois, said in Paris that Quebec could be an inde- pendent French-speaking coun- try two years from now. "A government having mandate to proclaim Quebec's political unity could spring out of the next Lcv- esque told reporters at a lun- cheon. An indepandent Quebec, be said, would maintain good rela- tions with the rest of Canada "our essential neighbor lo whom we offer our co-opera- tion, good neighborliness and an association through a rnon ctary and customs union." Quebec would need "an inti mate correspondence" with France, Levesque went on, add ing: "From a cultural point o view, it's our lung: France is our means of breathing." On the United States, lie said: "It will be necessary to es- tablish normal relations. It's out of the question to cut our- selves off from North Amer- ica." Publisher Jack McClelland says the Stephen Leacock med- al for humor, awarded annual- ly to a Canadian author, would increase in significance if it were accompanied by a cash award. Mr. McClelland was sneaking in Orillia, 'Ont. at the award's annual dinner honoring Max Brailhwaite, a u t h o r of The Night We Stole the Mounlie's Car. Mr. Braithwaite was ear- lier presented with the 1971 medal at Fern Resort outside Orillia. Mr. McCIellaad said the cash award should not be less than and preferably "The Canada Council should be forced to make this money he added. Henry .Kissinger, .United States President Nixon's for- eign affairs adviser, said in Tokyo thai the only condition the United States cannot ac- cept for ending the Vietnam war is to impose a Communist government is South Vietnam. He was speaking at a news conference just before he left by air for Washington after a visit to Japan aimed at easing strained relations be- tween the U.S. and Japan. Tho quintuplets born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Bean, an American couple living in West Germany, are doing well, a Frankfurt University Hospital spokesman said. The quintuplets four boys and a girl were bom Satur- day about one month prema- ture. Mrs. Bean conceived after an intensified hormone treat- ment at the hospital, t h e spokesman said. Albert Huget of Ottawa, as sistant RCMP commissioner in charge of organization and per sonnel, has been chosen as Re- gin a1 s new police chief. Mayor Harry Walker also an iiounced at a news conference that George Moore, an inspec lor with the Vancouver city po- lice force, will become deputy chief. Marcel Fepin, president the Confederation of Nation: Trade Unions, says judges with political connections should re sign or be dismissed. "The situation has deterior ated so much, the people hav< so little confidence In the integ rity of the courts, that it is time lo push urgently for a whole- sale cleanup the present ju dicial he said in an address to the CNTU conven lion in Quebec. "If these judges do not agn to submit their resignations, the two governments should take steps to dismiss them. Wholesale price index rises (CP) The whole- sale price index rose las month to 305.3 from 303.4 in April, Statistics Canada re- ported Monday. It was 288.3 in May, 1971. In percentage terms, tlie in crease last month was six tenths of one per cent, puttinj the index 5.9 per cent highei than a year ago. The strongest thrust las month was in animal product prices, up 2.2 per cent. Price of raw and partly manufac tured goods as a whole were up l.e per cent. HARRY PETERS AUCTION SALE Located 2 miles south on Highway 23, 2 miles east and mile south of VULCAN or 2 miles east and 1H north of KIRKCALDY (signs will be Thursday, June 15fh at 11 a.m. FARM MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT 1959 Massey Ferguson 95 With cab, good rubber, p.s., and Ram. hours, 528 hours on o complete motor overhoul. This outfil is in good shape. 1955 JD model 55 combine, complete with Hison cab. Northwest 10-ft. pickup, straw cutter, in real oood shape. 1957 Dodge 400 2-ton, complete with box, double Ram hoisr, real good rubber, 8-cyf., 4-spd. witn only miles. Massey Harris 28 pull-type swalher, 16 ft., complete wilh transport hitch. Versatile ]03 15-ft. self- propelled swalher. MH 10-fl. discer, with seeder attach- ment. MH 12-ft. discer, wilh seeder oltcchment and hyd Rams. John Deere 12-11. hoe drill. Cockshcm 246 12-ft! cultivator. Victory 16-ft. blade with marker; 10-ft. JD double disc- 12-fl rod weeder atlach.; 15-fl. set of Westfield tine harrows, on rubber draw bar, T year old; 35-ft. sprayer c-w 100-gal. lank, pump and B and S 3 h.p. motor- 35-ft A led grain loader wilh Wise, motor; drag auger for Allied loader; 10'xM" grain auger wilh gas molor- 27-ft Hutchmson loader, less molor; 20-ft. paddle loaded steel gram hopper; of flex c-w sleel wheeled draw bar; 8 sections of harrows, 12-fl. tiller; sprayer and lank; dump rake; 12-ft. cultivator; 15-fr. of flex harrows c-w draw bar; Oliver stiff loolh 12-ft. an steel- n r? k T M ranks; 2 old wagons; horse drawn cullivolor; walking plow; one set of harness c-w brass top hames, old wooden 2 wagon selection of wooder, eveners; wooden 1968 TRAVELAIRE 17-FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER Self-conlained including toilet, heoter, slove, oven fridge, 3-way lighls and eouolizcr hitch. This Iraile? has only been used two years and is as new HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Old drop leof tablo; iron bed; electric fry pan; clcc- RR selection o! odd MISCELLANEOUS AND SHOP TOOLS lOO.gol. sliL lank; 10'xl6' truck tarp, new; 3 hp 8 and S engine, like new; block and tackle; wire stretcher; 2 log chains; weed sprayer; Ford 15" rims; pickup fingers; 50-fl roll of snow fence; real heavy blacksmith anvil; fanning mill; 750x16" liuck chains; 15" co, chains; hag crate, chute; 2-wheeled trailer wilh real old tires and wheels; grease guns and cartridges; small amount of oil and greaie; hoi) wire; quantity of used cedar posts OLD CAR LICENCE PLATES 1930-1948 inclusive wilh exception of 1931 and 1937 AUOIONEER'S NOTE; Having received instruction. Harry P.lers, w. will lell Ihe abov. listed items on Ih. time and dale staled. Harry', equipment is mostly older but is m exceptionally good shape. The misc. items contain a number of old and collector Hems. Please plan to attend LUNCH SERVED BY IOCAI LADIES Owner: HARRY PETERS Vulcan Phone 485-2370 Sale conducted by Frank Mclnenly, AUCTIONEER "SELLING FOR YOU BY AUCTION" ARROWWOOD lie. No. 672 Photi. 584-3110 NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES 1 MEN'S RUNNERS 9 A.M. SPECIALS Heavy Canvas 9, 10, 11, 12 only 4.00 Value WEDNESDAY 9 A.M. 4 PIECE PLACE SETTING 1 6W B and B plals, lea laucer, teacup, diameter dinner plate, limited quantity, 2 per cuilomer. Reo. 2.95. TOURIST STYLE TENTS Outakb frame for eoty 44 44 MEN'S SHIRTS THURSDAY 9 A.M. Brand Nome Perma Press Long Sleeves LADIES' DRESSES OPEN TILL 9 P.M. g TO 12.00 i4 1 INFANTS' WEAR Assorted lummer styles. WED. -THURS. FRI. Lr FREE DRAW Unbelievable buy in in- fants' wear ipftcia for our anniversary Including 2 piece sets, jumpsuili, overalls, etc. 1st Prize TRIP TO US VEGAS FOR 2-lntluding return air fare, or two rooms, meals, etc. 2nd Prize FILTER QUEEN DELUXE VACUUM CLEANER, complete with attachments (300.00 Valje) 3rd Prize MAN'S OR LADY S WATCH to nexl (I contestant! drawn. LIMITED QUANTITIES OF SOME ITEMS LISTED NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. ENTRIES END JUNE 24, 1972 FRIDAY 9 A.M. CHILDREN'S SOCKS Stretchy, all colon, fjtt all siiei dubf.) MEN'S NYLON JACKETS g GIRLS' NYLON COATS Club ilyTe. with contrast racer stripe. 100% weatherixed ny- Ion belted wind and wafer rtpeFlenf. Sizes 8-16. Handy travelling for adults. SATURDAY 9 A.M. GIRLS' JACKETS Largest s e I e c H o n of suedine and vinyl jack- els smartly styled. Sizes 7-14. LADIES' TEENS' TERRY CLOTH SHORTS Manager JOHN HETESY LADIES' SHOES Discontinued styles. SELECTION LARGEST of CAMPING EQUIPMENT f J WALLETS Lalest styles, limited1 quantiliei. p STRAW HATS PttCOtATOW NATIONAL DEPT. STORE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND Slh STREET SOUTH WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO 1IMIT OUAMIHIE'. M -v -ev x Open Werf _ fr. fi p m ;