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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Debate rages over CBC unifying role Saturday, March LETHBRIDOE HERALD-27 By DEREK HILL Herald Ottawa Bureau QUEBEC At a time when the CBC's production of The National Dream is providing Canadians with a vivid histori- cal appreciation of how a bold railway project linked their country together, Quebec and Ottawa have been sidetracked into a heated debate over the unifying role of the CBC itself. COUNTRY LIVING (approximately 8 miles north east of Lethbridge) IDEAL FOR HORSE LOVERS, CATTLE FEEDERS OR HOG PRODUCERS For You Can Own All This 32.5 acres irrigated farm with modern 3 year old 2 bedroom home. Double garage, natural gas, power, telephone, 23 x 40' Hog Barn Dug out. Landscaped with 1000 newly planted Spruce trees. _ CONTACT: Fred Burton Les or Roger Handley Phone 345-4177 Phone 345-3534 OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE LTD. COALDALE, ALBERTA ANDREW SHATZ AUCTION SALE Located 8 Miles South and 1% Miles East of BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA SATURDAY, MARCH 23 A.M. SHARP TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. SHATZ, WHO HAS SOLD HIS FARM WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOL- LOWING ITEMS: TRACTOR, TRUCKS ft CAR: Cocksuttt 1850 Diesel Tractor (only 1680 Minntoba cab, hydra- power drive. P.T.O. 18.4 x 34 tires with Led-Balast. Chevrolet, Model 50 three ton truck, two speed rear axle, 327 cu. in. V-8 engine, x 20 tires, 30 gallon aux. fuel tank, Stuber grain box with Renn hydraulic hoist, only miles. This truck has low mileage, has always been stored indoors and is in showroom condition throughout. Chev. two ton truck in good running order, grain box and hyd. x 20 Tow mileage on rebuilt en- gine. Meteor S33, two door, hard top, buck- et seats, power steering, power brakes, radio, 3 speed' automatic transmission, stick shift, 289 cu. in. V-8 motor. New tires. Good shape throughout. COMBINE ft SWATHER: 1-1966 Cockshutt 542 self propelled combine. Minntoba cab, 16 foot cutting bar, 10 foot McCoy Renn draper type pickup, straw spread- er and Hesston chopper. This combine is in excep- tionally good condition and has not harvested too many acres. Owatonna, model 29-16 foot self propelled swather, rubberized canvas, VG4D Wise, motor. FUEL ft WATER TANKS: gallon Woods port- able fuel tank; Big G fuel pump: gallon fuel tanks with hoses and nozzles; gal- lon galvanized water tank; Dog, B40 fanning mill, with elevator. FARM MACHINERY: model 100-14 foot press drill, sealed bearings, solid packer wheels. (Like model K-14 foot press drill, (2-7 foot duplexed) 6 inch spacing; Moline 14 foot wide level discer seeding attach.; Moline heavy duty One Way; Deere, 16 foot SurfleX tiller in good condition; 5 standard, 19 foot Blade complete with marker; 14 foot Rod Weeder, on rubber, with hyd. control; Jeoffroy, 14 foot chisel plow; foot Miller Rod Weeder; foot Spee Dee Rod Weeder attach.; foot J.H.C. Rod Weeder; Deere 14 inch, four bottom plow on rubber; 22 foot Rod Weeder, Packers, 4, 5, and 6 foot; 12 sections of Diamond Harrows with folding transport on rubber; of Diamond Harrows; 36 foot folding Harrow Draw Bar, on rubber; Pipe Wagon (like 27 foot, grain loader with 7 h.p. engine; 40 foot grain loader with 10 h.p. Kohler, electric start motor; hopper; drill filler with 12 volt electric motor; sprayer, approx. 48 foot booms, 200 gallon tank; garden tractor with lawn mower, cultivator and moldboard plow. SHOP ft MISC. EQUIPMENT: 180 amp. electric welder; portable air compressor, h.p. electric motor; bench grinder; leg vise, post drill, tap die set, anvil, forge, plus many tools, chains, shovels, forks, wrenches and many other useful items: and Stratton, 6 h.p. motor-and centrifugal water pump, approx. 400 feet of one inch plastic pipe; quantity of Page Wire: quantity of used lumber; of good snow fence; quantity of harness: sleigh. HOUSEHOLD: wood and coal combination range heater; burner propane gas range; inch propane gas range; washing machines; Plus other appliances, chairs, beds, dishes, jars and many other items. AUCTlONEEirS NOTE: Mr. Shalt haa an whan not hi ma. We ftlk at in you maka a warranty or _ BwCffOfivvr "W vnt ownvr flrv in tfMcrtpfion or odntfffion. SALE CONDUCTED IT PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MMKET LTD. Box 1057, Office Phone 329-3101 Company License 071405 JOEPEKUCH EOTOBSMEB UC 010293 iLta 012467 AlbVfffl BOSSALOO He 087454 Sow Mand, Alberta TONVPEKUCH lie 010292 Phone 32S-SS72 The debate, which has been chugging along in low gear for several years, has gathered considerable momentum in recent weeks with an exchange of broadsides between Quebec and federal authorities. In his plan to establish "cul- tural sovereignty" in Quebec, Liberal Premier Robert Bou- rassa wants provincial jurisdiction over the development of radio and in- the province. These matters now fall under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission. Such control is necessary, argues Pemier Bourassa, be- cause the survival of the French culture is being threatened too much by outside influences to leave such control in the hands of Canada's Englishspeaking majority. Rubbish, replies federal Communications Minister Gerard Pelletier, a leading figure in Prime Minister Trudeau's so-called "French power" squad. "I believe there is a tendency in certain quarters to exaggerate the precariousness of our cultural he said in a recent speech to the Montreal district Chambre de Commerce. "I do not believe in the remedy called cultural sover- eignty as a cure for the anguish we suffer. To deal with the problem in these terms is in my opinion to head toward an impasse and a sterile debate." Mr. Pelletier said Quebec's plan "undermines healthy logic" and "flirts with the vo- cabulary of the Parti Que- becois." Without federal control over vehicles of culture such as the CBC, the very existence of Confederation would be. threatened by balkanization of Canada. The day after Mr. Pelletier's speech, Premier Bourassa took on an unusually aggressive character and accused Ottawa of maintaining a "narrow, rigid and obsolete" brand of feder- alism. "His denunciation of our cultural sovereignty is just as illogical as (PQ leader) Rene Levesque's ideas about, economic the premier said. Earlier this week, provincial Communication Minister Jean-Paul L'Allier had his turn to take a few swings at his federal counterpart. "Ottawa's inflexible attitude can only serve to weaken federal-provincial he said. "Are provincial governments to become simple chambers of consultation? Things are certainly heading that way." The provincial minister, a former card-carrying member of the Parti Quebecois, disagreed with Mr. Pelletier's contention that Quebec's plan would break up Canada through cultural bal- kanization. "It's not a question of balka- nization. Cultural reality in Canada is best reflected in Canada when each culture approves the means of spreading its own culture." Mr. L'Aiiier suggested that Ottawa is perhaps more inter- ested in using the CBC as a means of achieving cultural "uniformity" rather than na- tional "unity." He stressed that it is not Quebec's intention to gain control over communications for purposes of political propaganda, but rather to gain jurisdiction over communications develop- ment in the province. This could be done without the "dismantling" of the CBC JACOB KRAUSE AUCTION SALE 2 Miles West, 5 Miles South of Legend or 7 Miles East and 5 Miles South of Skiff TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED FRIDAY, MARCH 22 A.M. SHARP HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. JACOB KRAUSE, WE WILL SELL AT AUCTION THE FOLLOWING ITEMS. THIS EQUIP- MENT IS IN GOOD REPAIR. TRACTORS: 806-IHC diesel cab, 14-34 dual wheels, dual hydraulics, torque amplifier, live PTO; D6 Caterpillar Crawler 911 series, hydraulics, wide gauge, front dozer guard and support. Very good undercarriage. This unit has been an agri- cultural tractor. IHC TDA 18 Crawler tractor with cable dozer; IHC Cub tractor with mower and plow. TRUCKS: 1959 Chev Vt ton, 6 cyl., 4 speed trans- mission; 1953 GMC 9700 series, 3 ton, Renn hoist, 15 ft. grain box, 900 x 20 tires rear, 4 speed transmis- sion and 2 speed- axle; 1964 Ford 800 series 3 ton truck with new motor, transmission and rubber. Also good box and hoist. COMBINE A SWATHERS: Massey Harris 90 combine, 16 ft. header, pickup, straw chopper, now motor done one season; Massey Ferguson No. 34-18 ft. SP swath- er, water cooled engine, dual wheels; IHC No. 165 SP swather, 16 ft.; 1973 John Deere model 190-20 ft. PTO swather. TILLAGE SEEDING EQPT.: 2-IHC 150-14 ft. Pan type press drills, with solid packer wheels, sealed bearings, duplex hitch marker; 14 ft. Graham Hoeme chisel plow 2 ft. extensions and Rod Weeder attachment; 24 ft. Graham Hoeme wing type chisel plow and Rodweeder attachment; Crown No. 400 Rock Picker hydraulics; 36 ft. Morris Rodweeder with new change over; 32 ft. John Deere Tandem Surflex No. 1200 duplex hitch; 30 ft. Harrow drawbar; steel plate stone boat; 52 ft. Clark field spray- er; 300 gallon steel tank; 21 ftd. Noble Blade-K series with hitch and hydraulics. LIVESTOCK ft FEEDLOT EQPT.: Hydraulic post driver; calf squeeze and table; Letz No. 370 Hammermill bale feeder and mixer attachment and grinder, belt driven; large dehorners; 400 bus. self feeder for cattle; several feed bunks; straw bunch- ers. GRAIN AUGERS: 8" x 34' Koyker grain auger Wisconsin 2 cyl. THD 18 h.p. engine, electric start; 7" x 36 ft. Brandt grain auger Kohler electric start engine; Saver drill filler. HAYING EQUIPMENT: 1973 New Holland No. 276 Hayliner Baler. PTO drive, turn bale turner; 1973 New Holland No. 1033 Stackliner Bale Wagon. These two articles were new last summer and are in new like condition. TANKS: 600 gallon water tank; 500 gallon fuel tank pump and hose on 4 wheel trailer; gallon single compartment tanks; gallon two com- partment tank; 1500 gallon water tank. MISCELLANEOUS: 8 ft. Moline oneway tiller, old; 10 ft. double disc, old; old motor grader with Case trac- tor under carriage; quantity of old machinery and scrap iron; quantity of cement blocks; cement mixer; sev- eral gas engines; pump, with gas engine; pump with 1 h.p. electric motor; 8 bales baler twine. SHOP EQUIPMENT: Lincoln portable electric welder 4 cyl. Wisconsin engine on two wheel trailer; quan- tity of shop hand tools, grease guns, chains, shovels, several hydraulic rams and hoses. MOTOR BIKE: Yamaha 250. HOUSEHOLD: Beds. crib, high chair. t965 Massey Ferguson 97 dtesert cab. dual wheels, dual fl. IHC pan tjpe press drills duplex hBCh and marker: 88 ft. drffl transport on rubber; 26 B No. 125 Massey Ferguson Wing Type cWsel plow hy clearance, hydraulics pale 26 R. Noble Tine Harrows. Mas- sey Ferguson 36. 18 n. Disoer (iaie model? seeder box and HerflHzer aitachmeni packer Wteh; 1968-103 Versafite 18 Tt SP swather. large Wisconsin engine; VG. 4O. new condi- tion, cut approximately 1000 acres: 300 gallon Joel tank on landem trailer, hand pomp, nose, and nozzJe. ana gas TDolor driven pump and hose and nozzle and lool box. Snoco 6" x 31 ft grain auger engine. 10 ft drag auger MISCELLANEOUS: Tools, chains, shovels, oil pumps, grease guns, etc This epuipmem is atl