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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THIIITHMIDOI HERALD - Saturday, March 19. 1*71 Boyle's Column NEW YORK (AP) - One should not live in the past, we are told. But is there a better place In the world to go for a nice restful trip away from the perils of today? And what we, treasure in memory of all our yesterdays are those moments that still make us smile or inspire a tear no longer bitter. Your own armory of memories is well-stocked if you can look back and remember when- During the Depression an Head lice outbreak in town GRANDE CACHE (CP) - A large percentage of this town's 3,000 poeple are infected by head lice, Dr. Helmut Kohlepp, medical officer for Edson health unit, said today. A staff of 12 public health workers has been sent to the town, 220 miles west of Edmonton, to assist in the treatment. Dr. Kohlepp said he had no definite clues as to the source of the lice. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co, PHONE 321-2702 - 327-3610 apple a day did more than just keep the doctor away. It kept many a man from starving. It was the test of a gentleman to wear itchy longjohn underwear in winter without scratching in public. A member of the elite felt culturally deprived if any year went by in which he didn't see a vaudeville performer imitate bird calls by w h i s 11 i n g through cupped hands. ATE BIG MEALS A good trencherman ate not one but two orders of ham and eggs and biscuits for breakfast, and like as not topped it all with a huge alio* of apple pie and cheese. A girl entered matrimony with the forlorn foreboding that at least once in the first year of her marriage she was sure to catch a mouse in a kitchen trap and have to dispose of the creature all by herself. Dog food didn't come in cans. It was what was scraped off the family plates and, ironically, the larger the family the leaner the dog was. You were accepted in a small town as an expert on the theatre if you had seen Uncle Tom's Cabdn three times or once saw James O'Neill play his famous title role in The Count of Mont* Cristo. When the local doctor began charging $3 for a house call, people started complaining that only the rich could afford to get sick anymore. In a fight it was thought unfair to lock anybody while he was down. Most people felt it was a family disgrace if their father or mother died in an old folks' home- Those were the days-remember? J. I. CASE HAS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Available At MILK RIVER BOW ISLAND PINCHER CREEK J. I. Case Franchise Offers  Sale Potential Of $500,000  Most Aggressive and Growing Company In the Big Tractor Market  Interest Free Wholesale Financing up to 17 months on machines and parts  Rental, Leasing and Rental Financing Available For Details Contact R. O. MOORE, Sales Manager J. I. CASE CO. 351-10th Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberta Telephone 263-7140 ROSEWOOD HOMES LTD. SPECIAL &1E9I SB March 13th-26th Only For example: 4 BEDROOM 1160 SQ. FT. Complete list of materials abovo basement Framed On Site For Only $8988.00 Write or Phone Authorized Dealer _ ... . , R. L Jalbert Rosewood Homes tie). 513 10th St. N. F-O. Box 519 Box 763 Edmonton, Alta. lethbridge, Alta. Phone 429-0801 Phone 328-7546 Not limited to design To assure spring delivery order now I WE GUARANTEE TO SAVE YOU MONEYI STRIKING STUDY - The world's largest space research vessel, the Soviet Union's Kosmonaut Vladimir Komorov, makes a striking study moored at the Yalta shipyard. The 18,000-ton ship can conduct observations not only of earth satellites, but also of automatic interplanetary probes, relaying data obtained to ground stations many, miles away. Legislation to cover abuse of wire-tapping predicted New salmon regulations announced OTTAWA (CP) - Measures to preserve end increase the stock ofCanadian Atlantic salmon were announced here by Fisheries Minister Jack Davis. Mr. Davis said at a press conference that too many commercial fishermen now are chasing too few salmon. Beginning next year throughout the Atlantic region: -No new commercial fishing licences will be issued to individual fishermen; -Existing licences will be Police raid movies NEW YORK (AP) - Three Times Square motion picture theatres were raided by police here in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding i Maryland ban on the movie I Am Curious (Yellow). Police said the raided theatres were showing obscene films. They wrested seven persons on charges of promoting obscenity. TORONTO (CP) - Justice Minister John Turner predicted here early legislation to outlaw unauthorized wire - tapping and called for public debate on methods of dealing with threats of organized violence. Mr. Turner also told the Toronto Lawyers' Club forthcoming legislation will bring the law closer to contemporary attitudes and provide better protection for the innocent, first offenders and those whose only crime is being poor in public. The minister did not elaborate on his law-reform. proposals, devoting most of his address to the government's hart; dling of the crisis in Quebec last October. "During the next few months this country will have to debate, in Parliament and outside of Parliament, how we should respond in the future to threats of organized violence," he said. The country must seek answers to such questions as whether police should be given additional powers of arrest and detention in emergencies and bow to ensure "a response flexible enough to avoid over-kill." He said the government had been accused of over-kill in its measures against the Front de Liberation du Quebec but its critics had missed the extent of the danger. The threat had not been confined to kidnapping, murder and holding govern- AIRLINES COURSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN � Agent, Commun I �rations Agent, tion Agent, Tick tf you are between the ages of 17 and 34, and have completed grade -twelve, (or will soon), let us help you prepare for an exciting new career with the commercial I airlines. Train for Passenger ' Agent, Communicationist, Op-Hostess, Sta-ket Agent, etc. Preliminary instruction need not Interfere with present occupation. Get full information today. No obligation. Fill out coupon and mail this ad to: Dept. AB-051, Airlines Training Division, Atlantic School, Box 13, c/o Lethbridge Herald. � Name ..................1 | Address............ | |Ci,YI I Province....... . Age ... � | l^hone.....Education . . . . | ments to ransom. "The threat was far wider, involving an erosion of p u b 1 i c will, escalating calls to violence and the tension of a beleaguered city. "I am convinced that to have let matters run for more hours or days might have been disastrous." The government invoked the War Measures Act Oct. 16 and replaced it with the Public Order Temporary Measure's Act Dec. 12, QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture llda. � PHONE 328-76MM Fear trade ivar WASHINGTON (Reuter) -President Nixon risked worsening relations with Japan today and sparked fears of an inler-tional trade war as he pushed once again for mandatory import quotas to protect the U.S. textile industry. At the same time, he seemed to have provoked an open personal clash with the most influential man in Congress, Representative Wilbur Mills, Democrat from Arkansas. Observers said the outcome of their struggle could have a major impact on the president's future domes-tie programs. Nixon formally rejected Thursday as unacceptable an offer by the Japanese textile in dustry to limit itself to a grad ual increase in exports to the United States during the next three years. Nevertheless, Japanese textile sources said they will go ahead with their plan. Nixon accused the Japanese of manoeuvring in such a way as to preclude further meaning ful inter-government negotiations on the issue and said he will strongly support congressional efforts to impose textile quotas by law. Molson buys storage firm TORONTO (CP) - Molson Industries Ltd. announced today it has purchased Midwest Storage and Distributing Co. Ltd. of Winnipeg. The company paid cash for all the outstanding shares but the price was not announced. Midwest Storage operates storage and distribution facilities in Moricton, N.B., Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver. The company also distributes pharmaceutical supplies through a subsidiary, Midwest Pharmaceuticals. Molson already owns Seaway Storaga Inc. which operates in Ontario and Quebec. CD CHISEL PUN ? STRENGTH OF A 3-ROW FRAME - TRASH CLEARANCE OF A 4-ROW FRAME f4 CHOICE OF RIGID OR SHOVEL-SAVER TRIP RELEASE SHANKS ? OIL-HARDENED AND TEMPERED SHOVELS ? HYDRAULIC WING LIFTS * OPERATED * FROM THE TRACTOR SEAT SEE OUR FULL LINE OF MACK THE SEED FAIR-MARCH 23 NERY AT 24 25 NOBLE SALES AND SERVICE NOBLEFORD - TABER OH For her safety and comfoi HARDLITE Lenses  OiwyhaHfhtwtigMon h#r pretty Rttio nom>  Shatterproof for nuudiMini prolocfiofia  $5,000.00 warranty flejojnsf ojyv Injury*  I Ini � AnSMBi* in wm jtHy^ Specializing in the fitting of Eye ^jjfj Doctor's prescriptions *" Prescription Sur|1�mi  Children'* Frames Magnifier!  Repair*  Reasonable Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 7th ST S II IHBR Dlil Plume 377 3609 W. B. BILL M0RDEN FARM AUCTION SALE MORDEN BUILDINGS - 4 miles N. W. of Fort Macleed en Highway 2 and 2 miles due N. en gravel read. WED., MARCH 17th -10:00 a.m. LUNCH SERVED by Jolly-Howe Ladiet' Club . TERMS - CASH or GRAIN WILL BE ACCEPTED as part payment providing arrangements have been made with sales management prior to sale. TRACTORS Mosjey Ferguson 165 Gas 176 cubic inch Gas engine, Power Steering, Differential lock, Floatomatic Seat, Lights, Swinging Drawbar and Ferguson Hydraulic System. Also Robin Front End Loader with Bucket. Notei This total of only 670 hours. Tractor has a John Deere 3020 Diesel complete with Deluxe Cab, which includes: Air Conditioner, Radio, Windshield Wipers, Seat Bets, Live PTO and Duel Hydraulic Couplers. Note: This tractor has a total of only 623 hours . Massey Ferguson No. 7 Lawn Tractor with 7 h.p. air cooled engine (Cuts 34" swath). TRUCK 1959 Ford 2 Ton - Grain Box, Stock Racks, Split Shift Trans-mission and 2-speed Axle. (This truck has only 21,000 original miles). GRAIN AUGERS Allied 35-ft. Grain Auger with Briggs and Stratton Motor, Model No. 23D. Snowco 27-ft. Grain Auger. Snowco 20-ft. Bala Loader HAY - HARVESTING and SPRAYING EQUIPMENT New Holland 1030 Stackliner - 69-Bale Capacity, Hydraulic Controlled, P.T.O. Driven; Massey Ferguson Model No. 34 Self-Propelled Swather, Rubberized canvas (cuts swath of 14-ft.), Pickup Reel Included; Anderson Chaff Saver, completa with augers. Kohler Motor (gas) has electric start; Massey Harris 92 Combine with Sund Pickup, Cab, Variable Speed Control and Heston Straw Cutter; John Deere Model No. 24T Baler, P.T.O. Drive; Golden Arrow Sprayer - with 200 imp. gal. tank. Included is Regulator, Pump, Pressure Gauges. Has 44 ft. of Booms. CULTIVATORS - RODWEEDERS - DRILLS Grahame Hoeme 12-ft. Cultivator with Extension and Hydraulic Ram; Noble 13-ft. Blade and Hydraulic Rams; John Deere 12-ft. One way - with Seeder Attachment; John Deere No. 500 Rodweeder, 12-ft. with Rubber ires; One 12-ft. Cultivator; 3-Bottom John Deere Plow; Massey Ferguson 12-ft. Hoe Drill, 7-in. spacing, has 30-bushel capacity Grain Box with M. F. Fertilizer Attachment; 21-ft. John Deere Packers; Noble 11-ft. Straight Blade; 12-ft. John Deere Packers; John Deere 12-ft. Double Disc Drill. OTHER EQUIPMENT INCLUDED: Kirchner 3-Point Hitch Ditcher; Cobey Model 200R Shred-o-Caster Manure Spreader; John Deere Hammer Mill, Belt Drive; Pumper Buoy (floating water and sludge pump) with 6 h.p., 4 cycle Ezee start Tecumseh Engine; lawn Mowers; 40-gal. Cast Iron Kettle; Yardster Garden Roto-Tiller; Three-Point Hitch Post Hole Auger; 16-ft. Flat Deck on Rubber Tired Trailer; Wheelbarrow. Operator's Manuals available for majority of equipment. HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT Chesterfield and Chair; Rocker; 2 beds; Dresser; Wooden Chairs; Mantel Radio; Kitchen Table and Chair Set; Electric Cream Separator; 3 Sets of Encyclopedia; Water Trough; Assortment of Shop Tools and Miscellaneous Items NOTE: The above listed equipment is in A-l condition. Anyone considering purchasing used equipment would be well advised to attend this sale. FORT MACLEOD I AUCTION MARKET^ >N II KNAIIUNAI SAUS M A N A GI MI N 1 I \\HURLBURTY i 'jr-"j./' -z i w-rji/i Mi'i'M/. -M/jm* non-transferable, even from father to son; "-Commercial salmon fishermen must fish their gear every year to retain their licences; -Persons regularly employed in an. industry other than fishing will lose their licences; -Appeal committees will review cases of extenuating circumstances. Mr. Davis estimated these moves will reduce the number of commercial licences to 4,000 from 6,000. Most Horaces are held by Newfoundlanders. AUCTIONEERS KEN HURLBURT DAVE McNABB Lie. No. 274 lie. No. 670 RUSSIA and UKRAINE FIRST TIME EVER! INCLUSIVE TOUR CHARTERS To Th� U.S.S.R. TOURS FROM CAIOARY From Includes:  First claw hotel  Daily sightseeing  All first class meals  All transportation UKRAINIAN EASTER TOUR AND MAY DAY IN MOSCOW APRIL 13-MAY 13-$825.00 Available only en a first came baslsl CALL or write NOW tot INTER-NATION TRAVEL 1605 Centrt St. N.-Calgary 41 C. A. "CHUCK" W0CKNITZ FARM AUCTION SALE WOCKNITZ BUILDINGS 1 Mil* West Of Granum Junction And 2Vi Miles South SATURDAY, MAR. 27th 10 a.m. Terms: Cash or Grain will be accepted as part payment providing arrangements have been made with Mr. Wocknltz or with Sales Management prior to the sate. LUNCH SERVED BY WW CRIIK BEAVER LADIES' CLUB TRACTORS 1965 IHC 706 Diesel with Cab, Power Steering, Dual Hydraulics, live PTO. Good rubber all around. (This tractor is in good running condition.) 1961 Massey Ferguson No. 88 Gas, Front-end Loader, with two buckets, live PTO, Good Rubber. TRUCKS 1960 6-cyllnder IHC B 160 Truck plus Box and Hoist (12-ft. box). 1959 Ford %-ton with 6-eylinder reconditioned motor. 1966 IHC %-ton 4 x 4 (43,000 miles). Excellent condition with new rubber. CULTIVATORS - ROD VVEEDER BLADES Graham Heeme 13-ft. Cultivator with Hydraulics. Graham Hoeme 13-ft. Cultivator with Levers. John Deere 16-ft. Wide lever Discer. Noble 12-ft. Straight Blade; Noble 15-ft. V Blade. IHC 14-ft. Rod Weeder, Rubber Tires. CCIL 15-ft. Wide level Discer; CCIlJ2-ft. Circular Harrows. IHC 30-ft. Flexible Harrows, Complete with Hitches. John Deere 4-bottom Mold-board Plow. 2 John Deere 5-bpttom plows with 2 7-ft. J.D. Pony Drills. HAYING EQUIPMENT John Deere No. 5 Caster Wheel Power Mower with extra Knives. IHC No. 45 Baler. John Deere 10-ft. Side-Delivery Rake (Rubber Tires). John Deere 214T Baler, Heavy Duty Type, PTO Drive. SWATHERS 1964 Versatile No. 103 Self-Propelled Swather, 15-ft. Cut, Rubberized Canvas, Alr-Cooled Wisconsin Engine. John Deere 16-ft. Pull-type Swather. COMBINE 1965 Massey Ferguson No. 405 Pull-type Combine, PTO Drive with Heston Straw Chopper, 12-ft. McCoy Renn Pickup. (This machine Is in excellent condition). SPRAYERS Golden Arrow 32-ft. Boom Sprayer vVth 200 gallon Tank, Complete with Pump and Regulator. MISCELLANEOUS 1967 Arctic Cat 20-h.p. Snowmobile In good condition. Diamond "D" Coach Truck Camper, 10-ft. (cab over). Turquoise and White, with Propane Fridge, Stove, Water Tank, Dual Wiring, Sleeps 4. 8' x 16' Truck Box (wooden). Complete with Stock Racks and McCoy Renn Hoist. Green Fields liquid Manure Wagon, 750-gallon. Two Belt Driven Irrigation Pumps. IHC B 160 6-eylinder Motor, Complete with Starter, Generator, Carburetor, Water Pump, Recent Valve Job. HARMON OATS 2000 Bushels, Cleaned, 2nd Generation, 98% Germination. WELDERS Forney Electric 180 amp., Complete with Extra Cable, Carbon Arc Torch and Soldering Iron. Acetylene Welder with Cutting Torch, Brazing Tips, Carts and Assortment of Welding Supplies. LIVESTOCK A number* of Feeder Hogs. LIVESTOCK FEED 30-40 tons of Brome Alfalfa Hay. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS G.E. Automatic Dishwasher, Power Shower. Good Condition. Maytag Wringer Type Washer. Antique Treadle Sewing .Machine; Oil Stove Heater. 2 Double Bed Mattresses; 2 Double Bed Slat Springs. Round Plywood Table; MH Cream Separator, 900-lb. cap. CHILDREN'S ITEMS large Baby Crib and Mattress; Eldon Road Race Set. CCM Cobra 3-speed Bicycle; Miscellaneous Toys. Child's Metal Table and Chairs Set. GRAIN AUGERS - BALE ELEVATORS GRAIN GRINDERS Mayrath 34' 6" Grain Auger, 8 h.p. B & S Motor. 20' Grain Auger with B 81 S Motor. 16' 4" Grain Auger (with electric Motor. 166' Bale Elevator with Gas Motor. Woods Electric 3-h.p. 8" Feed Grinder. One Drill Fill Auger and 12 Volt Electric Motor. Heavy Duty Grinder with %-h.p. Electric Motor. OTHER EQUIPMENT INCLUDED Beatty Deep Well Pump System with 85 Feet of Pipe (good condition); 1-h.p. Heavy Duty Electric Motor. Air Compressor with Hose, Regulators and Tank (good condition). 36" Wood lathe, Complete with Equipment. Heavy duty Post Driller; 50' Wooden Extension Ladder. Eaton's 5 h.p. 3arden Tractor, Cuts 30" Swath. 8" Table Saw with Tilting Arbor, Extra Blades, %-h.p. Electric Motor; Electric Chick Brooder and Equipment. 8' x 12' Brooder House on Skids, Fully Insulated and Wired. Galvanized 45-bushei Hog Self-Feeder; 2 Feed Bunks. 4 12-ft. Heavy Duty Hog Troughs; 2 Stock Trough Heaters. 2 100-lb. Propane Bottles; 10' x 18' Tarp, Hold Down Straps. 500 Gallon Water Tank on Rubber Tire Chassis. 500 Gallon Propane Tank, Complete with Valve and Regulator. 500 Gallon Diesel Fuel Tank, Complete with Stand. Sunbeam Elec. lawn Mower; 50-ft. Endless Belt. Quantity of Shop Benches, Bolt Racks, Small Tools, Electric Wiring, Propane Fittings, Regulators, Tubing, Chains, Quantity of lumber. Paint, Tele|�J)one Poles, Barbed Wire, Scrap Iron, Various Sizes ef Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Quantity of Maple Flooring.__ N| Mi AUCTIO^MARKE^A HWRLBURTc0 INHHNAIIDNM SAIIS MANAl.HYIINI I TJUB? J fj fiffiH AUCTIONEERS Ken Hurlburt Dave McNab License 274 License 670 ;