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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 17, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 Manitoba judge gets promotion OTTAWA (CP) Mr. Jus- tice G. B. Dickson of the Mani- toba Court of Appeal has been named to the Supreme Court of Canada, Justice Minister Otto Lang announced Friday. Mr. Justice Dickson became the first Manitoba judge to sit on the high court since the re- tirement ot Mr. Justice A. B. Hudson in 1907. He succeeds Mr, Justice Em- mett Hall of Saskatoon who re- tired earlier this month. Under court practice, three of the nine judges are from Que- bec, three from Ontario, one from the Atlantic provinces and two from the West. Mr. Justice Ronald of Alberta is the other Western judge now on the bench: Controversial issue Lalonde defends QUAD Marijuana goes up ill smoke By JEFF CARRXJTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA QUAD, which, stands for the federal govern- ment's relatively new voluntary drug quality assessment pro- gram aimed at reducing drug costs for Canadians, will never become a household acronym. In fact, a few weeks ago it seemed obvious that even Health Minister Marc Lalonde did not know very much about one of his department's most important public programs. But that all changed a week ago outside the Commons when Mr. Lalonde, without perhaps realizing it, sparked a hurri- cane of controversy around his QUAD program with a few comments to the effect that drugs listed in the new QUAD drug quality and price index were "equivalents." Tuesday, Mr. Lalonde pro- duced a long-availed statement I that attempts to set the record straight once and for all about the truths and the myths about the QUAD program. In the minds of sorne health department officials, the state- ment is more importantly ah at- tempt tn salvage the QUAD pro- gram from the storm of con- troversy, before it is torn apart. First, Mr. Lalonde stales that as far as he or his officials are aware, "no other country has a national drug testing program comparable to the QUAD pro- gram." By the time the Canadian QUAD program is underway in another two years, Hie auto- mated laboralories of the heallh selection branch will be per- orming some analyses )er year. And the program wil' RODDEN MURRAY G. MAGYAR ESTATE AUCTION SALE LOCATED 2 MILES SOUTH and 2Vi MIUS EAST OF COALDALE, AITA. MONDAY, MARCH 26 P.M. SHARP TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received Instructions from Mr. Murray and Mr. Magyar, we will sell at public auction the following: TRACTORS tractor, hydraulics, p.t.o.; M row crop, hydraulics, p.t.o.; I.H.C. W6; L Case tractor. TRUCKS AND CARS 1 1967 Mercury Ranger half Ion, custom cab, V8 engine, radio, good condition. 1 1950 G.M.C. 3 ton, Renn hoist, combination box and racks, Bujck Super 4 door, radio, New motor. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Cabinet cupboards, itoves, lamps, other household furniture. LOADERS elevalor on IransporlS; Mayrolh loader aMachments, rnolor and transports. TANKS compartment storage tonic; gal. water lank on skids. MACHINERY ft. Masviy Harris wide levels; 2-14 ft. Victory blades; ft. Graham Hoemo cultivators wilh extension and Edwards rod weeder altaciimenfs; ft. Massey Fer- guson pull lype swathers with double swalh atlachments; Ferguson 10 ft. double discs; 1 10 ft. Cockshutt press drill; ft. Cockshutl double disc; wide level io ft. with seeder box and packers. ft. Oliver one way; ft Rock picker; Irail mower; diamond harrows; model 45 baler engine drive; 3 bottom' 14" plow; chener U diticher; fond level; dilch filler; 1 10 ft. J.D. double disc; 1 tired wagon and rock; wheeled flat deck wagon; O packer 3 1-I.H.C. K6. 12 ft. press drill; 1-10 ft. deep tillage cultivator; Crcfisman 10 ft. packer; 12 rod weeder; side delivery rake; 1-Cockshutl No. 2 15 ft., p.t.o. swather; Deere 12 ft. Spring toolh harrow; manure ipreader; wheel trailer; Quantity of aid equip- ment, 2 drill cultivator; sulky rake, beet plow. EQUIPMENT portable (P.T.O.) grain grinder; 1 ted air tank; Quantity of lumber 2x6 and 2x4 various leng- bundles of brand new roof shingles; dehorners; wheel barrel; topper 648 12 gauge; Badger and coyote traps; brooder; Saws; hammers, drill bits, other tools; Push type lawn mower; wind row for mower, pulley for W6 or W9, garden horse cultivator; 1 garden seeder; horse ham- ess, double trees and eveners, snow fence, scrap iron, quantity of beet plup 1 sprayer, swather canvas and knives, irrigation damps, hand scythes, vise, chickens 9 month old pullets. The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and it in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for errors in description or con- dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY. PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 COMPANY LICENSE 075465 JOE PERJ.ICH Lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA I BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 lave assessed the top 200 drugs along with their manufacturers marketed in Canada, in terms of quality and price. Mr. Lalonde says Canadian health department scientists are recognized world leaders in the area of determining "hioavaila is, how much ol drug's active ingredient ac tualLy gels into the human blooc stream. Mr, Lalonde noted that number of provinces are a readv using the data provide by Ottawa under QUAD, that other provinces are ex pressing interest in using th data in the future, such as fo determining drug brands to h suoplied to persons on welfare Specifically, Manitoba Ontario have received and user. QUAD data. Certain hospitals i Quebec and the Newfoundlar government have used the dat: to help decide on bulk drug pur chases. r. -Lalonde also tries to cla ify the government's position ;he scientific ally-controversi issue of "equivalence.11 While not admitting it in statement, he backtracks fro his initial statement outside t Commons that all listed bran of the same drug in the Index are automatically equiv lent. lUther, he suggests that brands of that same drug that have been tested for three things under QUAD "can ba ex- pected to be therapeutically equivalent." Those three things are: Chemical quality; bioavailabil- ily; and manufacturing plant quality. What the minister does not say, and what should be stated, is that none of the drugs listed in the QUAD '72 Index of drug quality and price meet this three-part criteria of clinical equivalence. By this fall, a few of the drugs which have already been tested for chemical quality an8 r bioavailability will also GREAT FALLS, Mont. cided to bum the mafijusiia, which had been held as evi- dence. ANTON ANDERSON AUCTION LOCATED 2 MILES NORTH OF THE N03LEFORD GRANOM JUNCTION ON HIGHWAY 23 THEN V4 MILE WEST. FRIDAY, MARCH 30 P.M. LLOYD BARROWS AUCTION SAL Located 2 miles north on Highway 4 and miles west and Vz mile north of MILK RIVER, ALTA. TERMS; CASH LUNCH SERVED TERMS: CASH IUNCH SERVED faeturers to keep actual sam- ples of tablets, pills, etc. on hand in the manufacturing plant for two years after a batch of a particular drug is produced. At present, manufac- turers are only required to keep on hand samples of the raw ma- terials used in maid ng drug products, discovered that a signifleant number of m atmf adurers did not have s amples available for testing under the QUAD program, even though such products were often believed to be still on the market. And Mr, Lalonde directed a nol-so-veiled threat at the large, 6 0-m ember Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association of anada. None of the PMAC members have to dale agreed to join the voluntary plant in- spection program under QUAD, which in turn threatens to skuttle the program. Mr. Lalonde said that in light of this "lack of the government is considering "other means" by which essen- tial information under QUAD can be obtained and made available to the provinces and bulk drug purchasers (such as Ottawa, for example, might use information gathered under its regultory activities- information that so far has been kept confidential. Having received" instructions fiom Ihc owner we will offer for idle at auction the following: TRACTOR 1 1969 Cose model 930 comforl king diesel tractor with cob, 885 original hrs. This trcclor is in new like con- dition. TRUCKS Fargo 2Vi ton truck with box ond hoist. 1-1953 I.H.C, ton 1ruck. COMBINE AND SWATHER model 137 SP combine wilh McCoy Renn pickup and straw chopper. model 103 18 ft. SP swalher FARM MACHINERY Deere 12 fl. model LZ hoe drills with fertilizer attachment and hitch; 24 ft. duplex rocf weeder 2 yrs. old; 1-Noble blade 14 ft. model 1-Massey Harris no. 26 dlscer with seeder box. Large pons end Lcwen bearings; 12 ft. rod weeder; 12 ft. press drill with ferlilizer attachment; Graham Hoeme 12 ft, chisel plow; 1-CCIL 30 ft. rotory 1-CCIL ]2 ft. rotary harrow; weed sprayer 56 ft. booms, lan- dem axle and 300 flat 1onk; grain loader, 33 ft. x 7' wilh Wisconsin molor; 15'4" groin loader; ft. rod weeder attachment. FUEL TANKS Gal. diesel tank. 1_300 gal. gas tank 1 100 gal. fuel lank ond pump. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 2 rcms, 1 gear volt baltery charger, anvil; acetylene welder and carl; electric W drill and press; compressors, chaTn hoisl, propane torch and 20 gal. propane tank, bench grinder. Many more misc. shop items too numerous to mention, llems of household furniture. Appliances. OWNER ANTON ANDERSON-Phone 824-3543 The description as to condition or ctherwtse as set forth en each item Is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors In description or con- dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLfCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, IETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 COMPANY LICENSE 071465 JOE PERUCH Lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 IETHBP.IDGE, ALBERTA ED TORSHER lie. 012467 Phone 545-6452 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK RIVER TONY PERL1CH lie. 010292 Phone 328-9B72 LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA MONDAY, MARCH 19th -1 p.m. Having received instruction! from Mr. Barrows, who haJ his farm, we offer for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS Case Comfort King tractor with cab, 6054 hours, dual hydraulics, 1965 model; Calerpillar, good con- dition, 6 fi. dozer type bucket, hydraulics, COMBINE 1 Deere 95 combine, 1965 model, Hinsen wealher cab, 19 ft. loblc with reel and Sund pickup. GRAIN AUGERS AND LOADERS grain loader, 45 ft. long, 8" diameter wilh 2 cylinder 18 h.p. Wisconsin air cooled molor. This Is a top notch like new outfit, end should be a sale 1 30 ft. Robin grain loader wilh gaj motor; 16 ft. auger (3" diameter) Yi H.P. motor; 31 ft, auger (3" diometer) Vj H.P. motor TRUCK model 1430 1951 1 Ion truck, side boards, MACHINERY 1-14 ft. I.H.C. hoe drill, model 150 {1968) with fertilizer box and 7" spacmgs, very good condition; 16 ft. Noble Blade model MN2; 20 ft. surflex tiller, 5 sections, like new. Ibis Fs a good mochlnc; 14 ft. cenlre drive rod weedej-; 14 ft. model 100 cultivator; I )6 ft. I.HC. pull type swalher wMh 16 ft pickup reel to fit; ]_10 ft. I.H.C. oneway, hydraulic; 1 12 ft I.H.C. field lever lift; rock picker, hydraulic 40" fork; 4 bo Mom plow, new shares; Bug, 42" bucket; John Deere flexible type diamond harrows; lype binder. STORAGE TANKS gal. fuel tanks, fuel stand, hoses, pump, ek.; gal. water tank. MISCELLANEOUS 1 fanning milf with screens, etc., Vt electric motor; 1 David Bradley sickle lawn mower with 5 H.P. Briggs and Slrgllon motor) 1 plaslic grain hopper) Assortment of shop looli, grease guns, oil cans, hydraulic rams. BOAT 14 ft. fibreglass boot with Johnson 30 H.P. out- board motor- 2 wheel boat trailer. Auctioneer's Hole; There Is very I till a miscellaneous to sell at this sale so it would be advisable to come en time so as not to miss any of the bigger Hems. The description as to condition or otherwise as forth an each item is merely a guide and Ts In no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or Implied. Neither triB auctioneer or the owner art responsible for any errors In description or condition. SALE SONDUCTED BY PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridge Office Phone 328-3951 Company Lhenie 071465 JOE PERUCH TONY PERUCH Lie. 010293 Lie. 010292 Phone 328-9772 328-9872 Lethbridge, Alberta lethbridge, Alberta BOB BALOC ED TORSHER Lie. 067454 lie. 012467 Phone 647-2201 Phone 545-6452 Milk River Bow Island, Alberta TAK TAKAHASHI AUCTION SALE LOCATED 2 MILES NORTH AND 'A MILE EAST OF RAYMOND, ALBERTA Ottawa is site for NATO meet TUESDAY, MARCH 20 LUNCH SERVED P.M. SHARP TERMS CASH MILK RIVER ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phono 545-6452 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERUCH lie. 010292 Phona 328-9872 LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA BRUSSELS (CP) Secre- tary-General Joseph Jjtins and ,other top men of the North At- lantic Treaty Organization will be in Canada next month for a NATO meeting devoted to civil- ian rather than military issues. The meeting in Ottawa April 10-11 will consider air and wa- ter pollution and the general state of man's immediate sur- roundings. Officials at NATO headquar- ters in Brussels deny that the o.'ganization's Committee on the Gigantic Equipment SATURDAY, APRIL 7th 10 A.M. PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. IOCATED 3 MILES EAST AND MILE SO. OF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. EXPECTING LISTINGS OF ALL TYPES OF TILLAGE MACHINERY HAYING EQUIPMENT Tractors -jjf Swathers Trucks Drills Combines Etc., Etc., Etc. EARLY LISTINGS INVITED WE ARE EXPECTING LOCAL AND OUT-OF-AREA BUYERS For further information contact TONY VIRGINILLO af 345-4291 or PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057 or Phone 328-3951 Lethbridge Challenges of Modern Society a group that works on nvinmment problems, is an at- empt to revive public interest n the alliance. They maintain NATO has ma- ll inery that can promote action ather than talk about fighting And they recall that the late jester Pearson, former Cana- lian prime minister, sponsored an artic'e in the NATO charter which member states o promote the well-being of -heir peoples. CCMS was established in IE The gathering next month hi Ottawa will bs the first plenary less'on held outside NATO headquarters here. PLAN OPENING SPEECHES Opening speeches will be made by External Affairs Min- ister Mitchell Si.arp and Envi- ronment Minister Jack Davis as well as by Luns. When the idea of anti-polhi- tian work was first broached, there was hesitation hy some European NATO members who saw no role for the alliance out- side the military field. But, said a NATO spokesman, they've since decided they can learn much through tte organ- ization's activities in anti-pollu- because the United States is grappling with problems still new to Europe. The members of NATO are amsng the world's most highly developed type which suffer most from the toxic and possibly disastrous side effects of modern tech- nology. In all this, NATO functions as an agency for the exchange of information and for the organ- ization of meetings on pollution. The action is left Io the coun- tries themselves. Having received Instructions from Mr. Takashashi, we offer for sals at auction the following: TRACTORS John Deere row crop trader (1957) PTO, hydraulics "1 Deere 60 trader (gas) row crop, PTO, hydraulics. 1-140 I.H.C, Formal row crop tractor, PTO. Deere model B row crop tractor, PTO, hydraulics. TRUCKS 1 1951 Chev. 3 Ion truck, beet box. Ford 2 ton truck, beet box and good rubber, TANKS gal. gas tank and hose. stands, wooden. gal, propone tank. MACHINERY 2 row beet harvester (1964) Viner beet hopper cart; row John Deere beet drill (No. box (wooden) and hoist for 2 ion truck; 4 row beet drill; 2 row beet topper; 2 row beet whip and rake; Mayralh grain loader wilh Brfggs and Strolton motor; 8-Sections diamond har- rows and eveners; Deere No. 8 7 ft. mower; (rear Deere IF10 10 ft. fertilizer spreader; 1 ft. one way; wagon on rubber; 1 8 ft. Oliver side deleivery rakej 1-8 ft. I.H.C. field cullivalor; row pull type silver beet thinner; 1 8 fl. I.HC. double disc; T 8 ft Graham hoe me chisel plow with 2 ft. exl ens ions, hydrouljc- Deere 10 ft. grain drill; Minneapolis; Mollne 16 ft. pull swather; J.D. 8 fl. side delivery rake; Harrii 6 fl. one way; 1 10 ft. home mods land feveller; 1 4 row beet cullivolor with tooli. MISCELLANEOUS 1 electric welder; 1 Deere PTO pump; fin Wood propone water hecter; 1 Coleman wol! heater; Peerless heater; pump Small assortment of tools; Number of gas barrels; chicken house, sleel wheels, old IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT irrigalion pump (pulley of main line 30 feel in lenglh, 6" cTrameter; 46 of foleral pipe (major 40 ft, lunglh, 4" diameler, end risorsj Assortment of connectors, elbows, etc. The description as to condition or otherwise as sel forth on each ifem is merely o guide ar.d In no way c warranty or guarantee, acluol or implied. Neirher ihe auctioneer or the owner are 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 PERICH Lie. 010793 Phone 328-9772 Lclhbrirlge, Afberta BOB BALOC lie. 067454 Phone C47-M01 Milk River TONY PERUCH Lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 Lcfhbrjrfge, Alberta ED TORSHER Lit. O1S467 Phone 545-6452 Bow Algeria JOE POLCZER AUCTION SALE LOCATED 1 MILE EAST AND 1 MILES SOUTH OF NOBLEFORD, ALTA.. FRIDAY, MARCH 23 P.M. SHARP TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received Instructions from Mr. Palczer who hai sold hit farm we offer for sale a) auction the following: TRACTORS Harris 55 Gas tractor, p.t.o. McCormick Farmall tractor, row crop ana1 p.l.o. Chalmers B tractor, row crop. TRUCKS 1952 ton truck with side boards. 1947 2 Ion truck with beat box. STORAGE TANKS 1 300 gal. heavy duty oil Ionic. 1 500 gal, water lank gal. gas tank with steel stand MACHINERY ft. double disc; 12 II. rod weeder; l-Cockshult 12 ft. pull type swather; ditcher; Deere 10 ft. fertilizer spreader; 240 cultivator plow, 9 ft.; 1-Cockshutt 10 ft. disc drillj 30 ft. field sproyeri steel wheel manure spreader; diamond harrow; Horris 10 ft. low wheel cultivator; 1 J.D. 4 row beet drill; 1-J.D. 55 A-EH 3 bottom plow Chalmers 2 bottom plow one row beet harvester; Deering horse mower; 10 fr. side delivery rake; Harris 8 fl. disc; 1 Cockshutt 8 ft. one way; 1-J.D. beet loader; dump type roke; 1-J.D. 2 row beet lifter; Deere binder; groin auger 22 ft.) wilS gos molar; Chal- mers four row cultivator; wheeled [ruber) Irailer. P.T.O. driven irrigation pump. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT of 30 fl. (6" diameter) main fine with valves. of 40 ft. (4" diameter) sprinkler pipe, end risers. MISCELLANEOUS ram; fencer; of booster coblesi pump regulalor gauge. Quantity cf nails ond bolts, forks and shovels, belts and chains, good shop tools, assorlmenl of beds; cultivator, scrap irorrond parls. The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth ort each item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neiltier the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors in description or con- dition. SAIE CONDUCTED BY PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 COMPANY LICENSE 071465 JOE PERUCH Lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 ALBERTA BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK RIVER ED TORSHER lie. 012467 Phone 545.6452 8OW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERUCH lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;