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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. March 27, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 Rolls-Lockheed crisis unchanged LONDON (AP) - Defence Minister Lord Carrington returned from Washington talks on the Rolls-IxKkbeed crisis today with informed commentators reporting the issue near deadlock. Dispatches to British papers reported that Carrington had apparently failed to win American government guarantees of support for Lockheed's TriStar jet in return for increased British support for the Rolls-Royce RB-211 engine. Rolls-Royce, Britain's main aerospace firm, collapsed last month after inflation had forced it to back out from a fixed price contract to supply Lockheed with the RB-211 engines. The British government nationalized WE'VE MOVED! TEL-RAY ELECTRONICS Now Located At 1215 3rd Ave. S. JIRO "JERRY" MIYAGAWA Factory Service For FLEETWOOD-RCA PHONE 327 3503 the defence side of the Rolls operation but declined to pick up the Lockheed contract. A defence ministry spokesman, asked if the talks would be renewed, said: "We haven't broken off the talks. We are studying final negotiating positions and Lord Carrington has returned to explain the situation as it now stands to the prime minister." The spokesman said the two main outstanding problems were the price of the engine and the guarantee question. , The original contract was to supply the engine at $800,000 a unit. Britain now is asking $1,160,000 an engine in return for underwriting development costs. It further wants the U.S. treasury or banks to guarantee that Lockheed will have funds enough to go through with the TriStar program. The U.S'. administration, says the authoritative Financial Times, has said it is unable to commit itself on the future of a private company. Measure speed of light CAGED IN PROTEST - Four women stu dent* stand in a cage at entrance to Kensington Palace Gardens, London, where the soviet Embassy is located. They were taking part in a demonstration organized by the Universities'Committees for Soviet Jewry "to show solidarity with the four young female students who are now among those Jews held in Soviet prisons. ^__ Night committee sitting criticized OTTAWA (CP) - "Committee by exhaustion" was the description applied in the Commons today by Arnold Peters (NDP- Timiskaming) to the Commons agriculture committee. He was referring to an all-night sitting by the committee this week on the government's national marketing boards bill. Speaker Lucien Lamoureux disallowed the protest of Jack Horner (PC-Crowfoot) that Liberal MPs had abused parliamentary privilege by forcing the all-night sitting. A committee was master of its own proceedings. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker called for reform of the rules to avoid such "squalid caricatures of Parliament" in the future. Opposition MPs were being made serfs of the government. JAMES RUCKMAN FARM AUCTION SALE 4 Miles North And 3 Mile* East Of VAUXHAU, ALBERTA TUESDAY, APRIL 6th at TO a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. James Ruckman who has rented his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH THE DAY OF THE SALE, WITH SETTLEMENT IN FULL BEFORE REMOVAL FROM THE FARM. Any special arrangements on some of the larger equipment will be announced at the sale, with possession only after payment has been made in full. TRACTORS 1-IHC model 560 diesel, hydraulics and pulley and P.T.O. torque amplifier. Good tires - A very good unit. 1- Massey-Ferguson model 65 diesel Hi-arch model. Row crop Pulley 3-point hitch and external hydraulic outlets. Motor recently overhauled. Power steering. 1-Fordson Major-gas, with Kirchner Ranch King Loader, hay fork manure bucket and grapple fork. COMBINES AND SWATHERS .1-John Deere model 55 self-propelled with pick-up. 1-Alloway straw chopper, (to fit most models of combines). 1965 Versatile 12' model 103 self-propelled. Ideal for hay or grain. With new type reel. MACHINERY 1-10 ft. Jeoffrey chisel plow; 1-IHC 12' rod weeden 1-IHC 10' rubber tired drill with fertilizer attachment and grass seeder with additional clover or small grass seeder attachment; 1-Kirchner land leveller; 1-New Holland 7' power mower; 1-New Holland 56 side delivery rake; 1-50' Mini-Toba weed sprayer with 250 gal. tank; 6 sections diamond harrows (Like new); 4 sections flexible harrows; 1-IHC model 46 P.T.O. baler; 1-6 bale inland bale stooker; 1-IHC 4 bottom plow, hydraulic lift; 1-3 furrow 3 point hitch plow; 1-2 furrow Massey-Ferguson plow; 1-post driver, tractor mount; 1-30' weed sprayer or L-wheel trailer, (Interchangeable); 1 - 10' rod weeder; 1-8' M.H. cultivator, 3 point hitch; 1-Dirt slip for 3 point hitch; 1-terracing blade for 3 point hitch; 1-tractor cab for IHC tractor; 1 - 1964 garden cultivator roto-tiller; 1-Cockshutt 10' model 263 disc-hydraulic lift, rubber tired; 1-5' coil packer; 2-5' Noble packers; 1-Robin 32' grain auger, 7" tube with P.T.O. drive; 2-hay racks on rubber tired wagons; 2-4" electric augers; 1-ditch filler; 1-Kirchner 3 point hitch ditcher; 1-bob sleigh; 1 - Case 12' pull type swather; 1-Cockshutt 6 manure spreader; 1-fanning mill, all metal model; 1- Gehl hammer mill; 1-cement mixer; 1-Massey Harris 10 oneway. TRUCK 1 - 1970 GMC model 3500 with 350 cu. in. V-8 motor, 4 barrel carburetor, radio, power brakes, heavy duty rear axle, 18" dual wheels, stubber box and hoist and fold down stock racks. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS Air Compressor, chair hoist, town mower, water pump, (like new), electric power grinder, 2 bench vises, wrenches, hammers, saws, electric motor, electric Vi" drill, log chains, crow bars, hot water tank, hog waterer, chisels, electric power saw, irrigation dams, electric cream seperator, grass seeder. FUEL AND WATER TANKS 1-500 gal. double compartment on wooden stand. 1-500 gal. water tank. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 2-beds, complete. Rocking chair, chairs, pots and pans, and dishes. LIVESTOCK 32 choice mixed feeder cattle. Charolais-Hereford cross and Charolais-Angus cross. Approx. 700 to 800 lbs. 51 stock cows ranging in aqe from 2 to 12 years. Due to calf around sale time. These cows have run with registered Charolais Bull. 1- 5-year-old Registered Charolais Bull. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY ACTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Futher Information Phone 345-3534 or the Owner Privy Council President Allan MacEachen, government house leader, said one extreme has led to another in the agriculture committee. , The opposition had prevented the committee making a decision on the marketing bill after hearing about 300 witnesses at 140 meetings in the last year and taking more than 3,000 pages of evidence. Mr. MacEachen added that he would try to change the rules if Mr. Diefenbaker would try to change Mr. Horner's attitude. Mr. Horner has been leading the opposition fight against the bill. Clifford Downey (PC-Battle River) suggested that the com- Polisk dancer given asylum LES HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS FRED BURTON lie. Mo. 00561S ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010121 DETROIT (AP) - A member of Poland's famed Mazowsze dance troupe has been given temporary asylum in the United States after defecting in New York and travelling secretly to Michigan with relatives. State department officials are considering Ryszard Gabryel's application for permanent asylum. Meanwhile, the Detroit office of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service has granted the 21-year-old singer, dancer and violinist a work permit. The youth defected Monday morning, when he met secretly in New York with Anthoni and Mary Gabryelski of Southgate Mich., his only relatives outside the Iron Curtain, just before the 90-member troupe was to return to Poland via Italy. mittee's troubles were being caused by the marketing legislation itself. BOSTON (AP) - A Boston University physics professor and one of his students used borrowed parts and about $40 worth of transistors, batteries and photo cells to do something even Galileo couldn't do -measure the speed of light. Modern science has been able to measure light's speed quite accurately ever since Albert Michelson of the University of Chicago conducted definitive experiments in 1926. Light travels at 180,000 miles a second. "Galileo failed in the 1600s because he didn't, have proper equipment to do the job," said Dr. Dean S. Edmonds Jr.. associate professor of physics at Boston University. "What we were trying to do was not just to build another machine to measure the speed of light. We were out to put together a device that was inexpensive enough and easy enough to handle to be used in demonstrations in. a classroom or laboratory- "That's not been done before, in my experience, and I think it was needed." Edmonds and sophomore Raymond V. Smith of Quincy, Mass., began to build the device as an undergraduate physics project and ended up' taking it to a meeting of the American Institute of Physics in New York where it won a merit award worth $50 to each of them. They borrowed a laser, lenses, mirrors, a $200 highspeed motor and a $1,200 oscilloscope to build the machine. "These are pieces of equipment available in almost any college lab," Edmonds sakL The device shines the laser beam, a highly concentrated form of light, down a hallway 200 metres long where a mirror reflects it back. The device, with a photo cell, regis- ters on the oscilloscope when the beam leaves and, with another photo cell, when it returns. Departure and return appear as two blips on the oscilloscope screen a little more titan three-fifths of a millionth of a second apart. The oscilloscope's screen is divided into sections by vertical lines, each representing one-fifth of a millionth of a second in elapsed time. The blips appear slightly more than three lines apart. TAPE SALE Regular C AC $7.95........... MUSICLAND Cor. 13th St. and 3rd Ave. S. SHOE REPAIRS ? BEST if FAST ? CHEAP SHOE HOSPITAL 311 11th Street South "THE AGAPE' PLAYERS" from Miami, Fiordia will present a MUSICAL DRAMA Friday, April 2nd - 8:00 p.m. St. Augustine's Church Hall ALL ARE WELCOME..................OFFERING TABER FARM EQUIPMENT CLOSE-OUT AUCTION SALE AT THE PREMISES - 5431 48th AVENUE TABER, ALBERTA TUESDAY, MAR. 30-11 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Shearer who is retiring from the retail implement business, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery, shop tools and miscellaneous stock as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from premises. Any special arrangements on some of the larger equipment will be announced at the sale, with possession only after payment has been made in full. NEW EQUIPMENT l-Robin Triplex H.D. cultivator, 20 ft. basic, 24 ft. extensions, with tires; 1-Robin H.D. cultivator, 8 ft. basic, with tires; 1-New Idea mower, model 251, 7 ft. with tires; 1-New Idea parallel bar rake, model 400, with tires; 1 - New Idea wheel rake, model 404, with tires; 1-New Idea push-off stocker, less hyd. cylinder; 3-sections Superior 5 bar coil spring harrows; 3-pair gauge runners for above harrows; 2-sections 6 ft. Noble 3 bar coil spring harrows, with carrier arms; 1-section 7 ft. Noble 3 bar coil spring harrows, with carrier arms; 1-section 7Vi ft. Noble 3 bar coil spring harrows, with carrier arms; 1- Snowco Jr. 4x16 ft. grain auger; 1-Superior 4 wheel wagon 6 ton, auto, steering, with tires and 74" gauge; 1-Snowco bale elevator, 24 ft. with loader and truck stacker attachment; 1- Calsa Prairie land special 4 wheel field sprayer, 450 gal. 58 ft. booms; 12 - Flexible grain auger spouts, 6x6 fl.; 2 - Flexible grain auger spouts 7x6 ft; 1-large Snowco grain auger, steel hopper,- 2-large Rubber  Maid grain auger hoppers; 2-fiberglass grain auger hoppers; 4- Planet Jr. garden cultivators .model 119; 3-B. and S. engines with ball bearing shafts, model 243434 - 10 h.p. rope start; 1- B. and S. engine, with electric start, ball bearing shaft, model 243434 - 10 h.p.; 1-B. and S. engine, model 143301 - 6 h.p., rope start; 1-Wisconsin engine, model S-10-D, 10Vi h.p., rope start. USED EQUIPMENT 1-MM tractor. Model U, with Super Six front-end loader; 1-John Deere grain drill - 7x18 run; 1-John Deere spring tooth cultivator, 9 ft. on rubber; 1-John Deere pull type swather, 16 ft. on rubber, with transport; 1-Cockshutt stiff tooth cultivator on steel wheels, 10 ft.; 2-Jeoffroy rod weeder attachments for chisel plows, 14 ft.; 1-Golden Arrow field sprayer, with 200 gal. aluminum tank and 42 ft. booms; 1-Meyer ditcher, model 400, pull type, hydraulic and on rubber tires; 1-Kirchner ditcher, hydraulic or manual control and rubber tires; 1- Chatin ditcher on steel wheels with built-in hydaulic control; 1- C. M. and S. fertilizer attachment for 7x18 ft. drill; 1-Darf wheel rake on rubber tires with wind discs; 1-IHC hay baler, model 45 and PTO; 1-Allied Malco bale elevator, 20 ft.; 1-Snowco bale loader; 1_Aktiv semi-mount PTO mower, 7 ft. on rubber tires; 1- Allis Chalmers bean cutter; 2-Snowco grain augers, model chieftan, 6x27 ft.; 1-Robin grain auger, 6x26 ft.; 1-Cockshutt floating pick-up; 1-David Bradley garden tractor, with plow ond cultivator, with Continental engine; 1 - Choremoster roto-tiller, with B. ond S. engine; 1-Wisconsin model AEN, 814 h.p. engine; 1-B. and S. model 23, 8 h.p. engine (overhualed); 1-Jacobsen Archer 22" lawn mower, with bag and B. and S. motor. SHOP TOOLS 1-Benchgrinder, boll bearing, Delco Electric, Vi h.p.; 1-Speedway Vi" electric drill with full index of high speed drill bits; 1- Speedway M" electric drill with full index of high speed drill bits; 1-Rae 4" bench vise; 1-Rockwell 8" table saw with motor and stand; 1 - 1 ton chain hoist; 1-Walker h.d. hyd. floor jack; 1-Butterfield tap and die set; 1- Grey V*" drive socket set, with extra sockets; 1-large Taylor safe; 50-gal. oil dispenser with pump, log chain, wrenches, hammers, chisels, socket sets. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDAlLE, ALBERTA "Serving the South by Word of Mouth" For further information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 ;