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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada-U.S. economies made to order Jaturdoy, Oetsbir It, 1971 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD 13 This is (lie second of a two-part series by AP busi- ness analyst Jolm Cuniff giving the American view- point on Canada-U.S. trade relations. This article lists some suggestions for future trade relations between the two countries. By JOHN CUNNIFF AP Business Analyst NEW YORK (AP) "Our economies are made to order for each said Harold B. Scott, U.S- assistant secretary of commerce, as he spoke in an interview of future U.S.-Cana- dian trade relations. Each country has unique re- sources and abilities to offer the other, he said, adding: "If we sit down and talk we can plan complementary relaUonshi that will not antagonize eac other." Those relations now are some what strained as a result of th U.S. import surcharge of 10 pe cent on goods from all foreig countries, Canada included. Th U.S. market is Canada's lar gest. Many Canadians, and som Americans also, feel that Oan ada should be exempt from th surcharge because the econ omies of the two countries ar so inter-related. Scott disagrees Too many countries, he said are building the U.S. matke into their own economies. "W have too many house he said- He indicated there will be no exceptions. MRS. HELEN HANSEN FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE SOUTH, 1 MILE EAST AND V4 MILE SOUTH FOREMOST, ALBERTA TUESDAY, OCT. 26 9.30 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mrs. Helen Han sen, who has rented her form, we will offer for sale the following line of household items and farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS: CASH OR FEED GRAIN THE DAY OF THE SALE, with settlement in full before removal from the farm or Vs cash day of sale on items as announced at the sale and balance on or before March 1st, 1972 with possession only after payment has been made in full. Grain accepted on items of value or more as part payment or in full at: 90c on No. 1 Wheat and 70c on Barley. Samples to be shown at sale and grain must be delivered to the farm before possession of equipment is granted. 4 TRACTORS model TD14A cal wide track with bulldozer. Serial no. TDF30706; 1-Farmall model M tractor; model T-D9 wide track cat with new motor ond new pins and rollers in tracks; model 660 diesel tractor, 10 TRUCKS AND CARS Ford 3 ton truck wilh hoist and 250 bushel box; 1 1947 Ford 3 ton truck with gravel box and hoist; 1_4 wheel drive Ford army truck; Ford truck; 1 1952 Zephyr car sedan. 1 1949 Ford 1 ton truck with 33 ft. Golden Arrow sprayer; 1 1964 Mercury 4 wheel drive Vz ton truck; Ion truck; 1-1948 CMC IVi ton truck with box and hoist; 1 1956 Mercury model 700 3 ton truck with 350-400 bus. grain box and heist. COMBINE AND SWATHER tired No. 36 old style combine; Cockshutt self propelled No. 419 swather, 14 ft. 6 TRAILERS ft. High Boy semi-trailer with 900x20 tires and air brakes; wheel rubber tired wagon with grain box; trailer 14'x8'; 2 wheel trailer; wheel rub- ber tired with flat deck; wheel rubber tired wagon with rock box. MACHINERY Deere No. 1100 16 ft. surflex; 1-Noble 14 ft. straight blade; ft. wing style Graham plow; of harrows and draw bars; ft. 500 centre drive rod weeders; 1-Noble 14 ft. straight blade, lever lift, 1-32 ft. Robin grain loader; Deere paddle groin loader; 1 grain tank box; stone boat; box and hoist; 1 34 ft. Mayrath grain auger; ft. IHC model K press drills with grass seeder attachments; 1 14 ft. John Deere press drill; 1-Success 3 yard hyd. 1 14 ft. field cultiva- tor; Deere hammer mill; Deere No. 1200, 20 ft. surflex; ft. Golden Arrow weed sprayer; af non-plug packers; Harris no. 28 15 ft. djscer; power unit; snow plow, large unit; gravel boxes; box with stock 1 10 ft. double 1 10 ft. one way; Cat hammer mill No. 4A; ft. IHC rod weeder; pickup reel; 1 Massey Ferguson parallel bar rake, like new; sweep; take off Oliver manure hydro king front end loader; ft. seeder attachment for John surflex; 3 point hitch mower; 1 sprayer field marker; treater; Holland No. 78 baler with motor; buncher; draw bar; 1-Sam Mulkey bale elevator, 20 ft.; 1-14 ft. Noble V blade; rock picker; 3 point hitch harrow; hitch draw bar for ft. blades; hlcth draw bar for 3-14 ft. drills; 2-Massey Harris No. 55 pickups. FUEL TANKS gallon truck fuel tank; gallon fuel lank; gallon field fuel tank with custom built heavy duty 4 wheel trailer. FARM BUILDINGS, LUMBER AND FEEDERS hog feeders; 1 barn, aprox. 16x12; self feeder, 30x16 and 10 ft. high. Ideal chaff and ground hoy feedings; portable hopper on steel wagon; hog feeders; large quantity of lumber, ship lop and planks; insulated hog barn or chicken house, wired. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS welder with gas cow slcm- thions; folding garage doors; garage door; 1-Edbro truck hoist; 1- 16 ft. MF combine reel; 1-14 ft. MF combine reel; quantity of burning barrels; tool box for half ton truck; water trough; quantity of page wire; quantity of heavy wheel weights; of half ton stock rocks; tank heaters; press; smith forge; gas motor; tarp; greaser; jig saw; light plant, 1500 wattsi irrigation power unit, 3" pump; seed leaner; Henrich stock waterer; air compress- or; scale; water troughs; John Deere hyd. cylinder; Quantity of pipe pump unit; 12 hp gas motor; gas lie oiler; quantify of V belts; quantity of cedar shingles; top carrier; several Jerry cans; tire and wheel for 3 ton truck; 1-endless belt; heater; hydraulic jacks; quantity of electric wire; wheel unit; 1 Ford 3 ton truck motor; heater; Chorlyn hydraulic unit; furnace; approx. 200 ft. of 3" well casing; 100 ft. of 3" aluminum pipe and sprinkler; 200 ft. of alum- inum pipe and sprinkler; shovels forks crow bars log chains grease fillers hammers wrenches sows. etc. And many more shop tools too numerous to mention, SADDLE PONY saddle pony, gentle. HOUSEHOLD lawn mowor; volt car radio; gas lanterns; wringer washer; sink with left hand drain board with sink; ing machine vacuum cage and stand; lamp; screen doors and windows; fruit jars, 2 qt. size. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is a vVy large sale, so plan on coming early. The choice is very wide and of fair quality ond condition. This sale also affords many farmers the opportunity to unload surplus food grain for farm machinery. Plan to atlend. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further Information Phone 345-3534 Remember the weather Is no problem In our plastic lent AUCTIONEERS IES HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDIEY lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 lie. No, 010121 Mutually satisfactory objec- tives can be obtained by both countries, he said, if they agree to common planning in some in- dustrial sectors. Neither coun- try, he indicated, can ignore the unique needs and advantages of the other. "If they are going to depend on our market we should sit down and talk. And if we de- pend on their natural resources we should plan ahead." S'cott described the comple- mentary plans as "sectoral and said one al- ready exists in the automotive industry which permits duty free entry into the U.S. of dian-made vehicles. He termed the automotive agreement a "great success but noted that it contributed million to the U.S. trade deficit. "We should perhaps explore other areas in which the advan- tage is more to us than to he said. Many Canadians, in and out of government, fear that agree- ments involving the dominant American economy may be to Canada's disadvantage. Typi- Oddities in the News WASHINGTON (RepfCT) No one objected when the news got around that a body shop was being opened in northeast Washington, local residents reasoning that it was time they had a place in the area to repair battered auto bodies. But the body shop, when opened, turned out to be something bod- ies, female, and topless at that at a gogo restaurant. Now, residents have com- plained to the alcoholic bever- age board that the owner of the body shop, Harold Wil- liams, was less than candid about what services he in- tended to supply. SHE APOLOGIZED REICHTERSHOFEN (Reu- ter) A 20-year-old house- wife, stopped on a street in this north Bavarian town yesterday by two men de- manding "50 marks or we'll kill you" looked into her purse and found it empty. She apologized, agreed to meet them later, went home and borrowed the money from her husband, police said. Then, without telling him or the police what it was for, honored her pledge. I----- MESSAGE IN BOTTLE WESTPORT, N.Z. (Reuter) A champagne bottle with a message inside has been washed up on a beach four years and miles after it was tossed from the Cunard liner Queen Mary on its last voyage. The note the finder to write to the liner's U.S. owners who have turned it into a hotel and tourist at- traction off Long Beach Cali- fornia. The message was dated 6 p.m., Nov. 17, and the latitude and longitude notation indicate a position about miles north of South Amer- ica's Cape Horn. The bottle's finder, local tavern manager Zane Doug- las, sent the bottle and a copy of Die message to the Queen Mary's new owners. SWALLOWS NECKLACE JAKARTA, Indonesia (Reu- ter) Police did not believe a jeweler when he said a x-rayed her anyway and found woman stole a gold necklace from his shop, swallowing it to avoid detection. But they Proposed labor bill ill-timed EDMONTON (CP) Bill C- 253, proposed federal labor re- form legislation, is far-reaching and ill-timed, A. K. Aldridge, chairman of the labor relations committee of the Edmonton lhamber of Commerce says. The committee lias asked Federal Labor Minister Bryce Mackasey to withdraw the bill, which would make the mosl significant changes to Canada's labor legislation since 1946. "The bill would have a sub- stantial impact on labor rela- tions and the economy gener- Mr Aldridge said. It would slow down the in production of technologi- cal change, and would make strikes legal during the lifetime of a labor contract. He said the legislation changes the definition of an imployee and would bring sup- ervisory and professional peo- )le into unions. The result would be more bar- gaining units, the need for more negotiation, and probably more strikes, Mr. Aldridge said. SMITH'S COLOR TV AND APPLIANCES LTD. TELEVISION AND APPLIANCE AUCTION SALE SCANDINAVIAN HALL, 229 12 St. C. N. totaled at the rear of Smith'i Color TV ilom LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MONDAY, OCT. 18-7 p.m. Having been favoured with instruction! from Smith's Color TV, we will offer for sale the following items as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes at you may find them the day of the sale, as all the used merchandise listed here is subject to prior sale and more trade-ins may be added. TERMS CASH OR CONTRACT, with settlement in full before removal from the premises WASHING MACHINES AND CLOTHES DRYERS 2-Hoover spin woshers ond dryers; 1-Frigidoire fab- ric master automolie washer; ?-Viking automatic 6 cycle ivcsners; 1-Vildng automatic 10 cycle washer; 2 speed, 5 cycle automatic washer; 1-Frigidaire ultra-clean automatic agitator wosher; 1-lnglij automatic washer; 1 RCA Sovereign automatic washer; 1-Frigidoire jet action au- tomatic washer; 1-Westinghouse automatic washer; 1-Frigi- daire matched set 3 ring agitator automatic washer ond wrinkle away dryer; 1-Frigidaire 3 ring agitator automatic washer; 1-Frigidaire automatic washer; 1-Simplicity wringer DISHWASHERS kitchen dish washer custom imperial dish washer TELEVISIONS 1-RCA 15" color television. Summer of 1971 slock; 1-Woslinghouse 25" color television, like new condition- 1-Sylvonio 25" black and while TV; 1-Emerson combina- tion radio and TV set; 1-Marconi radio and phonograph set; 1-Phillips phonograph and radio set; 1-Viking phono- graph and radio set; 1-RCA 17" portable set; 1-12" General Electric portable set; 1-Admiral 20" portable set; 4-RCA Victor 23" TV sets; 1-Westinghouse 19" television set- 1- Viking 21" set; 1-Viking 53" B and W set, like new cond 1-Dumont 23" TV set, 1-Philco 21" TV, like new cond.i 1-Admiral 23" TV; 2-Westinghouse 23" TV sets; 1-Spar- lon 23" sel; 1-Philco 25" set; 1-Phillips Monitron 23" set, phonograph, radio and 23" television com- bination. GAS AND ELECTRIC RANGES 4 burner gas range; 1-Moffat aparlment Si7e gas range; 1-Eslate gas range; 1-Admiral electric range; 4 burner gas range; qas ranae REFRIGERATORS refrigerator 1-Philco refrigerator refrigerator AIR CONDITIONER 1-RCA summer 1971 slock BIU air conditioner AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Plan to attend this Appliance Sale. This is a semi-annual auction to rtduce trade-'n slock Smith's sales have will attended in Ih. past with many satisfied customers. Plan to attend for some real bargains.. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, CO AID ALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information phone 34S-3S34 or the owner Auctioneer: LES HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 cally, they say, Americans wish them to become hewers of wood and drawers of water, insinuat- ing that Canada would be a mere supplier rather than a processor of natural resources for American cities, farms anc factories. NEEDN'T BE CASE Scott maintains that this need not be the case. "Instead of just sending us raw materials, they could proc- ess he said, thus adding to the value before export and simultaneously developing Ca- nadian industry and employ- ment. But Scott suggested also that rather than have Canada de- velop industries competitive with those existing in the United States, the two countries should plan a complementary relation- ship' As an example of one co-oper- ativ.e plan, he asked: "Shouldn't they be supplying the Northeast with power." The U.S. has the capital and Canada the water supplies to plan a mutually-ben- eficial arrangement. FULL BALANCE NOT AIM The U.S. goal in retaining the extra lax levy on most Cana- dian goods is not lo seek a com- plete balance of trade with Can- ada, he said. That relationship now tilts in favor of Canada by billion a year. Scott said the U.S. intention is not to reduce this to zero. He suggested that an "equilibrium" in which the U.S. still had a million deficit might be accept- able, made up of a billion trade deficit, reduced by a billion return on investments. Speaking of the over-all goal of American trade policy, not just in regard to Canada but to all nations, Scott said there are "Things we will settle for now, and things we are willing to work toward." The latter, be said, would involve agreements on future action. "I think then we would ask for removal of the he said- THREE FOR THE MOON Astronauts John W. Young, left; Thomas K. Mattingly, centre, and Charles M. Duke Jr. are already in intensive training for the Apollo 16 mission scheduled for March, 1972, launch. Young, 40, a navy captain and mission commander, will be making his fourth space Geminis 3 and 10 and Apollo 10-but first lunar landing. Mattingly, 34, a navy lieutenant commander, and Duke, 35, an air force lisutenant colonel, are making their first flights. removes U.S. surcharge on textile imports WASHINGTON (AP) The White House announced today that the United States is lifting the 10-per-cent surcharge on non-cotton textile imports. It said agreement has been reached with Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong to restrain the flow of textiles sent to the U.S. All of the agreements go into effect retroactively as of Oct. 1. The agreement with Japan will run for three years with consult- ations for renewing for an addi- tional two years and the other countries will be under re- straints for five years. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Carloads Truck Scales Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" T1RESA1E F78-14 FOR ONLY rwn UIVLI EACH Dunlop tires are gnat value they're the bargain of the season at this price and quality. CW44 FEATURES 'Silent' Traction-advanced tread design reduces road hum, handles all weather conditions, Low Profile-flatter tread means better road-holding ability, Improved Stability-with more and larger elements in the tread design and more rigid con- struction-tire sway is eliminated. Full 4-ply nylon construction. OFFER GOOD FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY xl WE NOW HAVE A RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP IN PINCHER CREEK GREAT WEST TIRE isyourlocalDunlopcertified tire specialist. He really knows tires. He recom- mends Dunlop for safety, performance and value, ONIY TIRE SPECIAL! TIRES STUDDED 3.50 PICK UP YOUR "SNOW CHECK" THIS ENTITIES THE HOLDER TO PICK UP TIRES AFTER THE SALE, RUT AT 2nd ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES nwrniw CERTIFIED >MJUJNJLiUr SPECIALISTS GREAT WEST TIRE LTD. 1203 2nd AVE. LETHBRIDGE AL JENSEN, Manager Phone 328-2443 HIGHWAY NO. 6, PINCHER CREEK RUDY BOIDT Phone 627-4042 ;