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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Solurdny, Morch 31, 1970 THI UTHMIDOI HHAID It Morale Improves In Department suspects Four-Power Talks Start Next Week OTTAWA (CP) External Affairs Minister Milchell Sharp's recent remark that morale in his department "has not .been particularly good" merely confirmed what has been common knowledge tore for some time. But the cliief spokesman of working diplomats insists that morale is rot as bad as il was a few months ago. John Sharpc, president of the Professional Association of For- eign Service Officers, gives Ex ternal Affairs Undersecretary A. E. (Ed) Rilchie a good share ni credit for the improvement. Mr. Ritchie look over the top departmental job last month from Marcel Cadieux after sen1 ing as Canadian aiubassador in Washington since 19G6. He has embarked on a program to im prove communications between management and staff. One of his first acts was ti gel out a circular to all ranks ii the department giving details ol tte current retrenchment pro gram, made necessary by eminent austerity measures. BulIet-ProoC Cockpits Plan WASHINGTON (Reuters) Transportation Secretary Joh. Volpe said here the governmea plans to require hullet-proc cockpits and the installation devices to screen airline pa. sengers and luggage to im prove in-flight security ar combat hijackings. He did not say vhen I moves would go into effect. .The announcement ca: after a day-long meeting the Airline Pilots' Association Tlis helped to dispel-if not tirely disquiet A uncertainty generated by c government's announcement public service spending cuts ist August. The effect of that general an- Mincement, felt by most gov- rnment departments, was com- unded in the case of the ex- rnal affairs department by factors: fact that il has rela- vely few capital programs lo ul back on, making it more in a personnel sense an economy wave; fact that Prime Minis- Trudeau had publicly ques- Jamard Plans Jraiu Swaps PARIS (Reuters) Dr. Christiaan Barnard, the South vto pioneered heart ransplants, said today he is ilaming lo do transplants of the wain. ]n an interview with the news- raper Parisien Ubre, Dr. Bar- lard said: "Heart transplants >ave become a job for imnmnol- ogisls. My goal now is a brain transplant." Dr. Barnard is in Paris with iis wife to launch the French version of his autobiography. ADMITS HAD POT SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Louis Henry Jordan, 18, son of the French actor, was fined and given a one-year sus- pended sentence in Superior Court Thursday after pleading guilty to a charge of possession of marijuana. tioned the usefulness of some activities of Ihe foreign service, coupled with a feeling that some of Mr. Trudeau's closest advis- ors had il in for Ihe service. Late last month, the depart- ment disclosed that 63 employ- ees, including 38 diplomatic per- sonnel, had been declared sur- plus. Of these an undetermined number, unable to find jobs elsewhere in the public service, will be left without work. Tlis at least cleared the air, END OF RUMORS "There aren't rumors any says Mr. Sharpe. who works in the department's United Nations division. "The information is on the table. Ev erybody knows what is happen- ing." Both Mr. Sharp, the external; iiatag a real etion assassma iieale with people and nar.d Ma :hie are making a o communicate wit _ ell Ihem what's going on." One change recently inaugu- rated provides for a yearly sys- tem of proficiency ratings, de- signed to let employees know- how their work is judged lo be shaping up. This Innovation may have been given, a shove by Ihe case of Allan Millard, a career offi- cer win) successfully appealed in the courts against a depart-j mental decision to deny him a I promotion and release him from service. As t gesture of support, PAFSO gave to Mr. Mil- lard. MAM LA i neuters) rouce loday questioned eight suspects reported to save infiltrated into Manila to assassinate President Fredi-nar.d Marcos of the Philippines. The eight armed men, from a dissident Huk Communist organization, were arrested near hero. Press reports said Ihey had confessed to police thai they were heading for Manila to kill (AP) Four-power talks on Berlin. Involving the United Stales, Britain, France and the Soviet Union, will begin in West Berlin next Thursday, spokesmen announced Friday. A brief statement said onl> that the four powers agreed to meet in a series of talks. It will be the first time four-power Berlin talks have since 1554. It is understood Ihe Western allies will aim al taking up the matter of sensitive Berlin ways that for than two decades have been Uw cause of East-West crisis and friction. SPRINKLE AUCTION SALE loccted 3 mltw MONARCH, AUCTTA end W mill South, 3 fast ond let forth Ml each Item il merely a guide and is in no way a warranty M guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the Auctioneer er owner are for any errors in description of con- dition. SAIE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, lethbridga Office Phone 318-3951 JOE PERLICH License 285 Phone 732-4375 AUCTIONEERS ED TORSHER license 793 Phone 545-0452 Picture Butte, Alia. Bow Island. Alto. TONY PERIICH license 13B lethbridcje, Alia. Phone 328-3951 MRS. ANNIE YALOWEGA AUCTION SALE Hi Miles North of IRON SPRINGS, ALBERTA TERMS: CASH IUNCK SERVED WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 1 p.m. Sharp Having received instructions from Annie Yalowega, we will otter for el auction tSe following: TRACTORS- 1 1967 John Deere Model 4020 row crop tractor with Hinson Weather cab, lop condition) 1-IHC Model M gas trac- tor hos hyds.; Deere Model A trcclor with Farmhand loader, has manure and hay fork. COMBINE- 1-Massey HorrU Model 92 14.fl, SP combing wiifi pickup, SWATHER- 1-1966 Masiey Ferguson No, 34 14-ff, SP swolher In 1cp condilion. TRUCKS- CMC li-ton Irt-ck with V-8 molor and standard shiflj 1 1949 Chevrolet 3-tcn Iruck wilh good tirei and beet box with 3-way dump, MACHINERY- IHC No, 470 14-ft. double disc on transports, hoi hyd- lifl (new Ferguson No. 10 PTO baler; 1-10-bafe bunther; 1-1969 Scoop-A-Second 35-ff. grain auger wilh a Kohler engine; l-32-ft. Nolionol weed spiayej; Hoema 10-fl. chisel plow, hyd-; 1 Victory rod weeder ellachmenlj Eveisman tand leveHorj beet harveslerj 1-Case 7-ft. mower; xhult 3-botfom U" hyd. plow; 1-John Deere No- 64 beet drill, shoe type; Decrs 10-ft. preis drill; 1 John Deere 10-ft, double disc; 10 sections of Diamond harrows; Deere 6-row beet cullivalor; Deere 4-row beet cultivator; ditch filler; dilcher; traifer wilh 8x10 deck; 1-Wcleodi grinder or.d belt. SPRINKLER SYSTEM- Oliver sprinkler tyilcni wilh 66 lenglhj of 40-ff. 4" wilh centra men, 44 lengths of 30 ft, 6" main pipe plus leei, plugi, elbows, etc.; lired pipe wagon; 1 1963 M. Mollne pumping unit high capacity pump, STORAGE TANKS- gal. water tankj gal. 2-comporlment fuel ionic; gal, fuel fcnk aritf itand, FEED- Qyantily of baled hay ond 1'raw, MISCELLANEOUS- Posli, lumber, wire, viie, tarp elecfric healer, weed sprayer, chair.s, lories, infra red healer ond propane bellies, forks, shovels, tooli, etc. The deKnpt.cn as condition or at let forth on each ilem is merely a and ii in no way a w cm only or guarantee, actual or Implied. Ncilrier the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any erron In desciiption or condition, SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS ED TORSHER LicenM 793 Phon. 545.6452 JOE PERUCH License 285 732-4373 Ptcturi Butle ,Alla. low lilcmd, Alto. TONY milCH 138 Phont 321-3951 Uthbrldgt, Alia, JOE PERIICH license 2B5 Phone 732-4375 Picture Btirte, Alia. AUCTIONEERS ED TORSHER license 793 Phone 545-6452 Bow Island. Alta. TONY PERUCH license 138 Phone 321-3951 Lethbridge, MR. MRS. WM. WESER AUCTION SALE located 6 Miles Soulfi of CloresMm, Alia., to Creek RoarJ, then 3'A Milei West er !4 Miie South and 3Vi West of Woodhoute, Alberta. Cash Lunch S.nrwl MONDAY, MARCH 23-12 Noon Having received from Mr. and Wm. WB will offer for al auction Ihi following] COMBINE SWATHER 1-1968 Vetialile Model 42 10-Fl. PTO Combine with McCoy Renn Pickup. Iriis Combine hos only done 200 ocrei. 1-1969 Masiey Ferguson Model 36 14-FI. SP Swathtr. Hoi dual wheels ond hoi only done 380 ocrej. TRACTOR 1 1959 John Deere Mode! 830 Diesel Troclor wilh New Tires. This Troclor is in lop condition. LIVESTOCK to Calf ttm Spring; 1-7-Year-Old Hol- stcin Cross Milk Cow lo Coif Ihis Spring; 1-4-Yeor.Old Rej, Quarler Horse More, BroVej Reg. Ouorler Filly. STORAGE TANKS Wolsr Tank. 3-500.Gal. Fuel Tanks with nonles and Slond. MACHINERY 1-JoV.n Deere U-Fl. Heavy Duly Double Disc with Hyd. lift, Notched Front Pans and Transport; I-I.H.C. 12-FI. Chiiel Cvltivator wilh 2-Ft, Exlensioni) 1-Diamor.d Choff Sover 1-John Deere Model 14T PTO Boler, 1-10-Bale Buncher; 1-I.H.C. 12-Fl. Model K6 Press Drill wilh low Packers onrf New Discs in 1968; I-C.C.U. 12-Fl. Rolory Harrow; 1-Oliver 40-Fl. Weed Sproyer wilh ISO-Gal. Tank; 1-Allis Chalmers 7-Fl. PTO Mower on Transporls; 1-Sel of Noble Blades 14-Ft. Duplex with V Blades; 6- Wheel Side Delivery Ratte; 1-Arrow Sprayer, 32-Ft.i 1-Mayrath 16-Fr. Bale Elevator wilh Gas Engine; 1-Mayrath 27-Fl. Grain Auger wilh Gas Engine; Rod Attachment I-M. Moline 9-Fl. Onewoy; 1-I.H.C. 12-Ft. Rod Made 10x36 Flal Deck on 3 Axles, Suilabli for Bales, Lumber, Machinery, etc.) 1-32-Fl. Bale Grain F-levalor; Lowboy Traifer. RIDING EQUIPMENT ladies' Saddle; l-lfsed Stcck Saddle; Bridles, Hollers, etc. MISCELLANEOUS t HOUSEHOLD 1-Small Eleclric Cream Ssparalor; Brass 1-Enterprise Fuel Oil Kitchen Range; ol New Poultry Wire; 1 Propane Fuel Tank ond Reg.) 1-Johmon Calf Table; Quonlily of Gross Seed; 1-liveslock Spraying Gun; Quantity of New lumber; 1-Home Made Stock Squeeze) Several Feed Drums) 1-Moyrolr. 12-Fl. i" Groin Avgjrj Ouanlity of Scrap Iron) 1-larga Sleel Trough; 1-Troctor Umbrello; 1-New 10x16 Truck Tarp; 1-Propane Brandirtj Unit; 1-FirB Extinguisher) 1-Auto Head Gale for Cattlt Chule; 1-Thompson Eleclric Welderi Fridge; 1 Electric Skil and Electric Drills) 1-Woods Roller wilh 1 h.p. Eleclric Molor; 1-Salt i Mineral Dispcnieo Shovels) Grease Guns) Pipd Cullers; Fuel Cans; Boler Twinti 1-Tap Die Sel; 1-Pipe Vile; 1-Ug Vise) Vet Supplies; 1- Anvil) 1-Cobinel) Forks; 1-Sow and Mandril; 1-Painl Sproyer; 300 Cedar Posts; Hyd. 1-Pump Jack) 1 Cement Mixer) l-Co.-rpreilor) 1-Extension ladder; 1-Pro- pane Range) 1-Wriling Desk) 1-Kilchen Cupboard; 1-Sink. Ihe description as to condilion or otherwise as set forth on each llem Is merely a sMi and is In no way a warranty w guarantee, actual or implied. Neither thl auctioneer or owner art for any errort In description condilion. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, IETHBRIDCE Offies Phone 358-39J1 AUCTIONEERS ED TORSHER license 793 Phone 545-6452 Bow Alberto JOE PERUCH License 732-4375 Picture Bulle, Alberta TONY PERUCK License 138 Phone 328-3951 lilhbridgt, Alberta ;