Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, March THE LeiHBRIDGe HERALD 2, Dateline Alberta Subsidy withdrawal urged EDMONTON (CP) Alberta's deputy minister of agriculture said Friday the federal government's seven cent a pound subsidy for top grades of beef should be withdrawn and replaced by a direct producer subsidy and an embargo on American beef exports to Canada. "It's unfortunate that the complicated policy has led to chaos and has tended to depress the market rather than assist it as it was intended to said Dr. Glen Purnell. He said packers are turning to American markets until the chaos in Canadian pricing is ironed out. He said as a result Canadian prices have dropped about two cents a pound. Man killed on road INNISFAIL (CP) Robert C Tarns, 56, died when he was struck by a truck near here. RCMP said the man was hit as he stood beside his car. ALWIN GALTS FARM SALE 12 miles east of Coutts on the Aden turn off road. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED FRIDAY, March Sale Time p.m. TRACTOR: I.H.C. 806 cab, dual hyd. 4200 hr., good rubber, excellent condition. HARVESTING: Massey Harris 92 combine 14 ft. cab, chopper and pickup, rebuilt motor, 'A' condition; 103 S.P. swather 15 ft.; Mayrath auger 6 ins. B.S. motor; straw chopper; tail auger seeding and tillage; 150 12 ft. hoe drill 10" spacing; 14 ft. cultivator with Noble dead rod; 22 H Plow 12 ft.; 15 ft. Diamond harrows with drawbar; Edwards rod weeder attachment 14 ft; 12 ft. rod weeder; drill filler 12 volt. TRUCKS: Chev. 1953 3V2 ton truck box and hoist; 2 speed axle 2000 mile on rebuilt motor; 1 Chev. 1939 ton truck with unloading auger. MISCELLANEOUS: gal. fuel tanks with stands 45 gal. barrels; cylinders; vise; compressor; amp Lincoln welder, 1 year old; gal. pressure tank; Ib. tractor wheel weight; bar for Vi ton truck; pickup guards; boomers; x 16' trap; antique tools; assortment of old wrenches; vise; chain wrench; drill; forge; Ib. anvil; jack; plainer; ladel. SHOP TOOLS: Log chains, boxes of nuts and V belts; ton jack; pump; gun filler; umbrella; saws; picks. HOUSEHOLD: mower; Coranado wringer washer; cubic ft. fridge; McLary stove propane; electric sewing machine; lamps. Owner: Alwin Gilts Phoni 647-3960 AUCTIONEERS NOTE: I am ptoncd to Be given tha opportunity to conduct for Mr. I thorough know- ledge of this machinery I would urge Mading farm machinery to attend this All machinery has bom kept in A1 condition. AUCTIONEER BOB LAACKMANN, MILK RIVER Lie. 010457 Phone 647-2141 JOHN DARRAGH DAVE HARVIE FARM AUCTION Location: from Milk miles East, 3 miles South on Writing-on-Stone park road, or follow signs. WED., APRIL 10th SALE TIME 11 A.M. SHARP. TERMS CASH LUNCH AVAILABLE I have btwi athad by Mr. Oarragh and Mr. Hanm) to offer at PuMte Auction tfM following list of nwdiiiwfy. Tho foHowhiQ lid n pfOCjpOCi I information. HARVESTING AND Deere 95 com- bine. 16 ft. header; 1-John Deere 55 combine, 14 ft. header, not used last yr.. needs minor repair; 1-Sund pick-up, 10 ft.; 1-Sund pick-up, 8 ft.; 1-Melroe pick-up, 8 ft.; 1-Otawonna S.P. swather, 16 ft., air cooled en- gine; 1-Speed King grain loader, 6" tube, 40 ft.; 1-B.S. 10 h..p. motor, new last fall; 1-Mayrath grain loader, 6" tube. 27 ft., 5 h.p. Kolar motor; 1-I.H.C. baler. Model 45 air cooled motor. Deere 820 Green Dash, cab, fair rubber, dual hyd.; 1-John Deere G front end loader, power take off. 3 pt. hitch. TILLAGE AND ftd. John Deere hoe drills, 10" spacing, fertilizer attachment, rubber pack- ers, hitch, to be sold as a unit; 1-14 ft. Case hoe drill. 8" spacing; 1-14 ft. I.H.C. Model 50 H.D. chisel plow; 1-14 ft. John Deere Centre Drive Rod Weeder; 2-10 ft John Deere Rod Weeders: 3-Speedy Rod Weeder attachments; 1-12 ft. Noble Blade; 1-16 ft. Chamholm Plow; t-disc plow 4 bottom; 10 sections Diamond Har- rows; 1 set Cast Packers; 1-32 ft. weed sprayer. Chev. 3 ton truck, box and hoist, 5 speed trans., 2 speed axle; 1-1942 Ford 1% ton truck, box needs minor repair. gal. fuel tank, 2 compart- ments; 1-300 gal. fuel tank; 1-2" water pump with 3% H.P. B.S. motor; 2-200 gal. galvanized stock tank; 1- Electric Fencer 110 V.; 1-fanning mill; 1-500 gal. water tank; 1-100 gal. pick-up, tank and pump; 1-transmis- sion oil pump; 1-large grease gun; 1-vise; Seed Grain- Treated: shop tools, nuts and bolts, fence posts, wire, scrap iron, barrels. Bonnet propane range; 1-Tap- pen electric range; 1-electric fridge; 1-ranch style chrome table: number of chairs: 1-bedroom suite: 1-rocking chair: 1 sofa and chair; 1-Spartan T.V.; 1- wardrobe: 1 T.V. antenna with U.F.A. box. drawn mower; 1-hand washing machine; 2-wash boards; 1-hand wringer; 2-coal oil lanterns; 3-falt irons; stone crocks: folding cot; iron crib: gas iron; gars; wagon wheels. For Mora Information 847-3974 Owner SALE CONDUCTED BY Bob Laackmann Uc, Wo. MILK RIVER, PHONE 647-2141 Rare causes of death I Catwalk As a kitten, Waddles was frisky but at 12 years of age he's living up to his name. Even so, Waddles, the pet of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schell of Bath, Ont, hates to admit it. Although he obeys his personal traffic warning, he'd prefer it didn't read "slow Interpreting the News Buckley break blow to battered Nixon By PETER MICHAELSON OTTAyVA (CP) Canadians die from about causes, from brawls, bronchitis and barbituates to the biggest killer of diseases. Heart disorders caused by blood-vessel obstructions topped all categories as a cause of death in 1972, killing about 30 per cent of the persons who died, says the latest Statistics Canad.a report. In contrast, the 170-page re- port lists hundreds of rare causes of death, some from which only a single person died. For instance, a Quebec woman with a sex chromosome abnormality, an Ontario woman who ate poisoned mushrooms and a New Brunswick man with bacterial non-tubercular spread of body fluid, were the only deaths from these causes throughout the country. Individual Canadians are their own worst enemies, judging by the report's figures showing they are five times more likely to kill themselves than to be killed by others. Homicide and injury pur- posely inflicted by others took the lives of 321 men and 184 women. Newfoundland, with two murders, was relatively peaceful compared with Que- bec, where 157 died at the hands of others. Among this total, 30 men died in fights and brawls. Per capita, Manitoba was the rowdiest province with six deaths from brawling and British Columbia the best behaved with none. Two women died by rape, in Ontario and Quebec. In contrast with homicide figures, persons committed suicide and chose at least 21 different ways to do 15 cases of poisoning by either stychnine, lye, potash, arsenic or fluorides. Nearly three men committed suicide for every woman-, but women were twice as likely as men to use drug overdoses to kill themselves, while men were 10 times more likely to use firearms or explosives. Barbiturates was the biggest single drug killer. accounting for'326 deaths by adverse reactions in medical treatment, 64 deaths from accidental poisoning and 200 or more suicides. True to the realities of a northern climate, 111 persons died from excessive cold while only four died from excessive heat. Nineteen people died in J4 varieties of "surgical and medical complications and misadventures" while died from adverse effects of 40 different medicinal agent- WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of Ironl IRON Truck Crana National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" WASHINGTON (CP) Senator James Buckley's call for the resignation of President Nixon comes as a stunning vote of non- confidence from an area of traditional Republican strength. Buckley is the arch- conservative from New York who supported Nixon's decisions to bomb Hanoi, blockade Haiphong harbor and send troops into Cambodia. With Nixon again striving to restore public confidence in the presidency, Buckley's move amounted to a heavy blow against the battered president. In addition, some observers see it as opening another rift in Republican ranks as leading members of the party line up behind either Buckley or Nixon. It adds one more burden to Republican candidates preparing for this fall's congressional elections. There are those who agree with Buckley's contention that Nixon's support among the conservative faction of the Republican party has eroded. LOSES FRIENDS They point to the early loss of support from Senator Barry Goldwater. who said there is a "large, large number" of Republicans in Congress who would welcome Nixon's resignation. Goldwater is regarded as the most influential voice among Republican conservatives. A congressional veteran, Goldwater is seen as more influential than Buckley although Buckley is farther to the right than the Arizona senator. Conservatives generally have been trying to avoid the appearance of aligning themselves with the political and philosophical foes of the president. But while they have generally supported Nixon on many Vietnam war issues, their support has been less forthcoming on the president's overtures toward Moscow and Peking. Ironically, these are the very issues on which Nixon has based his claim to world leadership. Support for Nixon's stand that by clinging to office he is serving the best interests of the presidency has come from such allies as Gov. Ronald Reagon of California, but even the depth of that support is being questioned. CONSIDERS FUTURE Political observers say Reagan's own chances for the presidency, should he take a run at that office, might hinge on keeping Nixon in the White House. Resignation or impeachment would push Vice-President Gerald Ford into the Oval Office and possibly would make Ford the favorite for the Republican nomination in 1976. If it has done nothing else, however. Buckley's move has focussed attention on the impeachment issue. Some observers argue that a Nixon resignation would amount to a cover-up. Impeachment would be the only way to clear the air, they say Others disagree, saying it really doesn't matter how Nixon is removed. Impeachment, followed by a successful prosecution in the Senate, might raise suspicion of political motives on the part of Democrats and anti- Nixon Republicans. BRING COUPON TO VOUfl PILOT CENTER Lethbridge Air Service Ltd.' Hangar No. 7 Phone 327-1561 Learn from the Leader Your Cessna Pilot Center. This coupon and buys your introductory flight lesson. It's our way of introducing you to a brand new flight training program developed by Cessna, world leader in personal flying A new system that brings flight training down to its simplest form, makes it easy for everyone to learn to fly. With the best instructors, the best airplanes (Cessna and the best curriculum. Also Inquire for Charter Service to Anywhere in North America Cessna1 PILOT RENTER Oiscovep Flyi THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. 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