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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, March 23, 1974 Crash kills Canadian LONDON (CP) A London, Ont., been killed Canadian helicopter pilot, in an air crash in Britain, Capt. K.J.McDonald, 25, of defence ministry officials said. lo Boards of Governors The Honourable James L Foster. Minister of Advanced Education, in- vites nominations for the appointment of persons to serve on the boards of governors of Alberta Universities and Public Colleges Appointments are nor- mally for a three year period The following are the institutions, number of vacancies and the effective dates UNIVERSITIES Athabasca University 6 vacancies (effective July 1, 1974) COLLEGES (all effective July 1, 1974) Grande Prairie Regional College 1 vacancy Grant MacEwan Community College (Edmonton) 2 vacancies Medicine Hat College 2 vacancies Mount Royal College (Calgary) 2 vacancies Nominations should be accompanied by pertinent information such as nominee's background, qualifications and home address Nominators should include their address also All nomina- tions will remain confidential Nominations should be forwarded no later than April 22, 1974 to Department of Advanced Education Room 601 11160 Jasper Avenue Edmonton. Alberta T5K OL1 PALFREY and SALOMONSON AUCTION SALE TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Located 1 Mile East of Lethbridge on Highway No. 3, then 3 miles North on Sunnyside Road. Wed., March a.m. Sharp Having received from Mr. Salomonaon, who haa ceased farming we offer for aale at auction the following. TRACTORS 1Ford 5000 diesel standard tractor, dual wheels, cab, with New Idea 503 loader and bucket. Ford Commander 6000 tractor Fibro cab, power steering, 3 point hitch, new rubber. 9N tractor front end loader. TRUCKS Dodge ton truck, hoist (single wood box. MIXER MILL Deere 400 grinder-mixer mill, new- like condition, an excellent unit. COMBINE Harris 90 Special, combine, 16 ft. platform with pickup. self-propelled BUNK HOUSES bunk houses, varying dimension 10 x 12, 10 x 16. Wall constructed and easily moveable. THREE POINT HITCH EQUIPT. bottom Ford three point hitch plow; bottom plow; ft. mower; scraper; 7 ft. cultivators MACHINERY ft. Graham Hoeme rod weeder attachment; John Deere 10 ft. double disc; ft. One-Way, John Deere, Harris; Deere rub- ber tired flat deck wagons; ft Jorfn Deere double disc; ft. Case disc; hydraulic ditcher; ditch filler; Arrow field weed sprayer, 250 gal. tank; land lev- eller; ft. rod weeder; diamond har- rows; chain harrows; 31 ft. grain loader, gas engine; angle blade; ft. John Deere press drill; type rakes; Deere 3 bottom plow; row potato digger; row corn planter; wheeled road maintainer. 12 ft. packers; (Big Blue) manure spreader (late Deere fertil- izer spreader. HAYING EQUIPT. Holland model 282 baler. This is a like new large capacity baler. Holland 1030 Haylmer bale wagon very little use, good condition; 103 12 ft. self propelled swather (hay and parallel bar side delivery rake. MISCELLANEOUS ft TOOLS Oanuser PTO hole digger, two augers 4" x cattle oilers: river calf table; John Deere hammermtll with belt; water sys- tem. Jaccuzzi pump, pressurized tank lines; gallon water tank: bushel overhead hopper; roll barb wire, assortment of used page barbed wire: new baler twine: pane bottle and torch; electric welder; Air-O-Matic compressor, grind stone, bench vise; cast iron kettle fanning mill; Urge quantity canvas dams. Hydraulic jacks, drills, gear pullers, grease guns, ice long ice saw. Good assort- ment of horse harness. 4 wheel lick tank. Electric motors. The description aoocondfflon or eel forth en each Hem i In no way warranty or guarantee, actual any In tfMcriptfon or SALE CONDUCTED BY POUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, LathbrMge Office Phona 329-3101 Company Ucanaa 071495 JOEKHUCH BOBBALOQ Lic JSSXSS. TOUT "WHICH Budget provides funds for irrigation systems Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Alberta will spend more than million in the coming year on agriculture and rural development, Provincial Treasurer Gordon Miniely said Friday in his budget address "Our 1974-1975 expenditure proposals for the department of agriculture represent a tripling of government support expenditures directed toward the agricultural industry since this government took he told the legislature. IRRIGATION FUNDS The budget provides million for the rehabilitation of irrigation headworks and secondary works to carry out an agreement with the federal government transferring responsibility for the Sf Mary and Bow River Irrigation Districts to Alberta. Funding was also provided to operate and maintain the systems. Expenditures highlighted by the treasurer were: for wild oats control. for a new livestock insurance program. in grants to assist livestock breeders and semen producers. to assist establishment of farmers' markets. to establish a horse industry branch. MORE LOANS MONEY The budget provided an advance of million to the Agricultural Development Corporation bringing total advances to million. "This will substantially increase the availability of loans for increasing agricultural production and encouraging the processing of agricultural products in he said. The Alberta Export Agency was to receive million to expand Alberta's markets for its industrial and agricultural output First drop in 7 years OTTAWA (CP) Canada's balance of international pay- ments from trade in merchan- dise and services and the movement of capital showed a total deficit of million in 1973, the first annual decline in seven years, Statistics Canada reported Friday. The deficit in the "current accounts" category, covering trade and services, improved over 1972 with a million total, about 45 per cent less than the 1972 deficit, the report said This improvement was due to a rise of million in the merchandise trade surplus, partly offset by a million deficit in non-merchandise or service transactions, it added. The biggest change, however, was in the other major category, capital GIGANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Periled Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Located 3 East and 'A Mile South of Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 5th A.M. SHARP LUNCH AVAILABLE TRUCKS: 1967 GMC series 1973 366 drop engine; short 4 trans, 2 speed axle, tag axle, 25 ton Renn hoist, 18 ft Westeel gram box, good rubber; 100 360 V8 engine, automatic trans., positrac rear end, radio (good, clean ton; 3 ton box; 3 ton box (has new 1 ton box and hoist; Vz ton, long wheel base, 304 V8 engine, 4 speed transmission, Positrac rear axle. 1956 GMC 9600 Series 6 cyl Renn Hoist and 2 way Beet Box. 1965 IHC 1700 Series 18 ft. Grain Box, Tag Axle. 1961 IHC B-100 Ton TRACTORS: R hyd.; MF Super 35 gas power steering, front end loader, manure fork' three point hitch. 2 bottom plow, beet plow, disc, one- way Disc Tiller, 3 pt. hitch cult. Case gasoline Tractor New Idea Loader. D Ford Trac- tor Cab, Hyd., 3 pt. Hitch, Selecto transmission. 9 IHC Tractor. TILLAGE AND SEEDING EQUIPMENT: 12 ft. grain drills, 1 single draw bar and duplex hitch- ft. Victory blade (3 ft. Graham Hoeme chisel plow; ft. Graham Hoeme chisel plow; ft. Jeffrey chisel plow; 16 ft. Surflex; ft set Noble packers; digger; 2 bottom Plow. John Deere Beet Drill Fer- tilizer attachments and corn plates. ft. Edwards Rodweeder. 4 botom plow, hyd. HAY AND FORAGE EQUIPMENT: 1-IHC mower stooker. HARVESTING EQUIPMENT: 1-2 Row rflrchner beet harvester; row top saver; 2 row Kirchner beet harvester; beet topping unit; satile pull type combine Chrysler; 6 cylinder engine, pick UD: No. 10 baler; No. 34 16 Ft. SP Swather. Digger MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT: gallon pressure water tank; x 27' grain auger motor. FEEDLOT AND LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: 1-Panuser 3 pt. hitch Post Driver. Hole Auger. Quantity of Railroad Ties. Quantity of Coral Poles. Several thousand board feet of lumber. RECREATION EQUIPMENT: 1-Tent camper for vj ton truck; 24 ft. Empress Motor Home on Dodge Chassis, 440 V8 engine, automatic transmission power steering, power brakes, unit is self contained. Has power plant, air conditioner, hot and cold water pressure system, shower, 50 gallon sewage holding tank, 3 way refrigerator, gas stove, TV antenna stereo unit, radio, sleeps 8 people. TRAILERS: wheel horse trailer; wheel trailer flat deck; ft. Gooseneck triple axle trailer hydraulic, tilt deck, stock racks, electric brakes. FUEL TANKS: gallon fuel tanks. Special one owner consignment GMC 3 ton Renn hoist, steel box, ftfld down stock racks, 5 speed trans., 2 speed axle, power stearing. like new condition original 1550 Cockshutt gas tractor 1050 hours, power stearing, new idea.front end loader, allied cab; TD-5 IHC crawler heavy duty loader; Deere No. 112 lawn and garden tractor hydraulic lift mower and roto-tiller; buster hay and grain chopper 20' auger; 170 cu. ft. Little Auggie feed wagon electronic scale; hydraulic chute (like Massey Ferguson No. 12 baler; Holland No. 1030 bale wagon; Deere PTO 6 ft. rotary mower; ft. CC11 sprayer; ft. bale elevator; ft. CC11 rotary harrows: ft. Mayrath loader B S engine; ft. Mayrath loader 3 hp. electric 220 motor and cords: 12 ft. cult, rod weeder attachment; ft. Kirchner ditcher; of airoplane axles with 14 ply tires; scaffolds. your eqwpmenl earty tor better advertlsmg coverage. We are exoectmg local buyers Far further infonnaUen contact TONY V1RQIM1U.O at MUCH MORE EQUIPMENT EXPECTED SALE DATE M to condition or ofheratoe M MI forth on each Item la a guide and to In no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or Implied. Neither the auctioneer or Ihe owner are reeponaiMe for in description condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY POUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lwthbridgt Office Phone 329-3101 Company Licanga JOEFERUCH tK 010293 Phone 32H772 Lethbrtdge. Alberta SOBBALOO Lie 067454 Phone EOTORSHER lie 012467 Phone S4S-MS2 Sow Wand, Alberta TONYPERUCH lie 010292 Phone AVDVrtt Les Toth and Clarence Schmitt AUCTION SALE To be held at Clarence Schmitt Farm 22 miles East of Warner or 14 Miles South, 12 Miles West of Foremost TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED SAT., MARCH 30th 11 :OO A.M. SHARP HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. LES TOTH AND MR. CLARENCE SCHMITT, WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING ITEMS. TRACTORS 1968 4020 John Deere Egging cab, dual hydrau- lics, Byncrorange transmission, new rubber last season, good clean condition. COMBINES ft SWATHERS 1969 Allis Chalmers Gleaner CM straw chopper, cab, 14 ft. header, reels, AC gas motor, good condition; Massey Harris 92 Combine Sund pickup, Reels, 16 ft header, new adjustable sieve; 15 ft. IHC PTO Swather; 10 ft. Melrose Pickup TRUCKS 1967 GMC 950 Series 292 6 cyl. engine, 4 speed transmission, 2 speed axle, Renn hoist, 12 ft. Stuber gram box. West Coast mirrors, original miles. This-unit is a one owner vehicle and is in excellent condition; 1969 GMC Vz Ton. Fleetside, standard trans., 307, 8 cyl. rear bumper, extra gas tank. This unit is a one owner vehicle in good condition. TILLAGE EQUIPMENT No. 1200 20 ft. John Deere Surflex hillside rear wheel, late model, good condition; 18 ft. Wing Type Noble Blade, No. HC-12-200, new blades; Deere No. 400 14 ft. Rod Weeders and Duplex Hitch; 13 ft. Graham Hoeme Chisel Plow; 20 ft. CCI Rotary Harrows; Massey Harris No. 36 18 ft. Discer; 60 ft. Versatile Low Profile Field Sprayer. 200 gal. Tank, pump, controls, new in 1970 (good Tine Harrows; 5 ft. Noble Packers; Flex Harrows; Diamond Harrows Draw Bar. GRAIN LOADERS 6" x 31 ft Grain Loader B S Motor; 6" x 27 ft. Mayrath Loader: 10 ft. Drag Auger. TANKS Gallon Single Compartment Tanks on steel stands, hose and nozzles; Ib. Propane Tanks; Regulator; 350 Gallon Water Tank Trailer. MISC. EQUIPMENT Stationary Engine: Old Wagon; Steel Stone Boat: Barrels: Rotary Fuel Pumps: Cultivator Shovels- Implement Rims. SHOP TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT Post Drill: Bench Leg Vise: Pipe Wrenches; Hand Grind Stone: Saws; Level: Scythe, Scoop Shovels: Spades; Bolts; Chains; Hand Tools: Grease Guns; Nails; etc. HOUSEHOLD Propane Refrigerators; Small Electric Range: Old Dresser; Wash Stand; Rack Cloths Dryer; Garden Hose; Small Oi! Heater; Propane Range: Propane Heater 12000 8TU with auto shutofi, Tables; Chairs; Beds: Dressers The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each Hem tt meretjr a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee. actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner ere responsible tor any errors In dead IpUon or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MIRKET LTD. Boi 1057, Lethbridge Office Phone 329-3101 Company 071465 Split hairs It may have been spring fever but Larry Lahay of Cambridge, Ont. prom- ised his co-workers he would have his locks shorn on the first day of spring. It was no ordinary haircut for Larry who ordered barber Joe Tudi- sco to give him a cossack cut in the finest tradition. Ted Kennedy plans trip to Russia WASHINGTON Senator Edward Kennedy (Dem. Mass is planning a fact-finding trip to the Soviet Union next month, his office has announced. A spokesman for Kennedy said the plans include informal talks with Soviet officials. The two-week journey, scheduled to start April 6, also is to include stops in West Germany, Romania and Poland. NOT RECOMMENDED Homesteading is not author- ized in the Yukon and North- west Territories due to climate extremes, transportation costs and difficulties in obtaining suitable loans. Posties battle scheme OTTAWA (CP) Leaders of about inside postal workers say they will ensure a automation program in the post office will fail unless the government makes concessions on working conditions The declaration is included in a paper presented to the Canadian Labor Congress (CLC) executive council earlier this week by Jim McCall, president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, on behalf of the union executive. Mr. McCall said Friday in an interview that the statement is "a declaration of principles rather than one of tactics The union was not advocating revolutionary acts, he added. Several union officials have predicted wildcat strikes this year as the post office extends its postal-coding and mechani- cal letter-sorting program into cities other than Ottawa. Their current contract runs until Dec 31, 1974 Ottawa was the first city to have the machines, but Toronto and several Prairie cities including Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Calgary are due to get new letter-sorting equipment this year The paper says the govern- ment must give higher classi- fications to all workers involved in mechanization, shorter work hours and earlier retirement, make full disclosure of government plans, do research into the effects of mechanization on people, make no reorganization of jobs that removes work from the bargaining unit and give a guarantee of no electronic su- pervision of workers. The union is seeking support for these positions from the CLC. If the post office does not make those guarantees the union promises problems. "We declare that unless the above reasonable and just conditions are met by our em- ployer, we will ensure that the enormously expensive and compJex mechanization program in the post office will not the paper says. Mr. McCall said the union would fight mechanization through industrial action, strikes. or through negotiation. "They (the post office) need our co-operation badly if they want this plan to succeed and we will withhold it if neces- sary." Mr. McCall said when the United States turned to auto- matic mechanical sortation of' letters, employees involved in automation got a pay bonus. "Mechanical sorters get 30 cents an hour more than hand- sorters." he said CITIZENSHIP COURT from Calgary will boat the JOEPERUCH Lie OW93 Phone 38M772 Lethbridge, BOBBALOG 067454 Phone M7-2201 EOTORSHER tic Phone S4S-94S2 Bow Mend, Alberta TOUTPERUCH lie Phona 32S-W72 Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Court House MONDAY, MARCH 25M. 1974 from to p.m. Persons having business witti the Citizenship court may attend at that time. Presentations of Certificates will be held at 10 30 a m., Tuesday, March 26th CITIZENSHIP COURT 355 Sth Avenue S.W., Calgary Phona 262-7737 Department of The Secretary of State ;