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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 THI IFTHBRIDGS HERAID f couple tours Fiji, A'eu? Zaaldiid Jly I'EAHL I.IKHKI.T Hernia" Xeus Nervier- WAHXEK W.irncr cnu- pic, Phyllis and Recife Dick- son, recently returned from a farmer and mncher tour of tlie Fiji Islands. New .nul Australia, dais Tliry lofl ni "S fce.nher ill Ihc niglil When liv> l.n-'I- ;U eil in Fiji il ne.irly !M do- TOUR NEW ZEALAND Mr. cind Mrs Hedge Dickson of Warner nre among liirjsc couples on o recent Cana- dian Farmer Tour in RCMCHI'CI. Now Zealand. They arc gathered before a rVtaori meeting houie. Mr. Dickion ia seventh from left, top row. His wife Phyllis is third from left, seated. llliTUHNS HUME I 1 I i STIRLING (HNS) Mrs. Jo- liev l-rlass, liixby classy y I America, and New York City. WARNER HNS' 'Ibe .m- niijl ct lcv.il pin bowling asjix'i.ilion w.is held reci'ntly u-jtli more tluin 100 Nv.Urrs attending. Higli women's singles v. Mis. Uov witli WS pins and bich men's. H.ilsoy Ri.vhy, triple: Darvl Girls h 1 s li Stroman. Roy's Hiph KcW. Warner five-pin bowling Iro- to pliy: Mrs. Dorothy Soice, 2H jverupe, High women's aver- Terry i since it was opened in 1905, was i attained hv Erwin Hillmer. Ho' FOriT MACLEOD (Special) sendees nl Ihc Snl- vnllon Army Citadel here wcru preceded by a businessmen's breakfast. Capt. Barbara Williams of Edmonton, youth secretary, conducted the service. Two "junior Jay Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al I'ciirson and Bobby Cullen, son of Mr. arid Mrs. jack Cul- len, were enrolled. Following their vows Envoy Carole Pickering presented them with Bibles. Sfit. Darlene Colton gave the prayer of dedication. nnicn men s average went, to with -K I'itis. score attained p-ee.s ab their scores c n h o.cistorcd iisal. rolled a score ol 915 phis in tlircc games, [luring the. mixed- learfiie rolloffs. He is tlie only i member ol the 900 club. I Tlie BOO club members aro Halspy Bixby, Tony Allan 'Duncan, Tom Cronkhilc, ftlva IVlcrson, Malcolm Flcs- liniig. Bill Krys.ik, Haircy N'a- l.ouis Cur- by any bowler at Die Warner j gel, F.rnie Hied am I'lvic Centre Dowling alleys, irie. tile hills. Iliey s Nwii'S with and a cow. Joe Dies was named pres- ident. Hal Dean Peterson Is vice- Rack in ihe farme wooden pic oilier places, tractors are usen. president ai The- Wx'rini; nir.n gots a very Mrs. Phyllis HeriberE- small ivafc. I Hccognicion was given to the Then on lo Zealand the Hal Dcan pdcrson, dty or Auckland, a beautiful i calcm. MrSp Onda, city of 670.ro] people. pinsellers> scorehepcers, and i the past executive. They visited and toured all the way to Wellington. The towns and country are like parks. The city of Wellington is hullt In the mountain. They have a beautiful view of the sea. Wa- ter skiing, swimming and fish- tog are the main pasttimcs. From Wellington Ihey (lew to Invercargill and loured the oth- er part rif Tr.ey flew to Christ Church and then on to It was no'ed RiiFM'l Olsnn, n higli school bowler, rolled a 32J gime al Lcthbridgc to obtain a berth on the learn to represent southern Alberta tn rolloffs to be held at Red Deer later this month, Mrs. Louis Currie and Har- old Hedberg were perfecl at- tendance winners. Trophy and pin commillce Sydney. Australia where they, comprised Mr. and Mrs. Reg toured for 10 days. _ Red Cross set I Peterson, Joe Dies and Tom Crunkhite. Women's rolloff winners were The Positives, Mrs. Eva Ilains, Phyllis Hcdberg, Jris j Dies. Margaret Onda, Leone Clayton and Grace Men's rolloff winners Halsey Bixby, John Onda, John Heppler, Wilf Peterson, Reg Peterson, Bill Kiysak and Don Glynn, Mixed rolloffs and the Civic Centre Trophy were won by Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hillmer, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Duce and Mr. anil Mrs. Reg Peterson. Second place and the Ranch MACLEOD (Speciall and Karm Trophy: Mr. and CARDSTON A Red Cross blood donors' clinic will be held from [o 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, in the Card- ston LDS Social Centre. Merit award FORT Fort Macleod Meat Procca- lors Ltd. has topped all Alberta plants in the Albcrla govern- ment's merit award competi- tion for cleanliness and effi- ciency of operation. The honors have come (o the plant for the past four consecu- tive years. Owner and manager Is Arie den Boon. j Commenting on the he said It would be impossible for any manager to win the award without the full co-opera- tion of: every member of the staff. He employs nine workers. Mrs. Arvel DusL.n, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dies, and Mr. and Mrs. George Morton. Second event winners ot the Daves Gulf Oil Trophy wero Mr. and Mrs. Don Warburton, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Castellani, Mrs. Elva Peterson and Mrs. Sherri Mandel. Second and Ariele's Beauty Shop Trophy went to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Soicc, Mr. and Mrs, Bryan Stringham and Mr. and Mrs. j Dale Lowry. School League: Holly Doenz, Carolynn Sipe, Gayle Morris, Mich el e Hiitchinson, Glenn Selk and Lonnie Rains. April 10 smorgasbord is Kinettes' project COALDALE (HNS) Coal- j The "friendship tree" was sign- dale Kinettes are sponsoring a "ladies right out" smorgasbord April 10 in St. Joseph's School. Tickets can be obtained from the Coaldale Pharmacy or any Kinetic. There v.ill be a supper, door ed hy Kinette guests from Vauxhall, Tincher Creek. Milk River, Lcthbridgc and Vulcan, Coaldale Kin-wives and IB Kin- ettes. Mrs. Hiclianl (Joyce) Colley was welcomed ns a new meni- pnze. refreshments and enter- i faer and received a Kinetic pin i tamment. frnm Ktl (jiarjivil) Rich-' Mrs. Ed (Jeane) Ov.cn is chairman. A raffle for a quilt is anolhcr Kinetic project. The quill is dis- played fll Die Conlclale Phar- macy. Ticket.1; for it are avail- able at (he store. Mrs. Marion Ober is in charge. Proceeds are for community projects. The third anniversary of the local group was held recently. Social chairman is Mrs. Doug- las (Shirley) Oher. The Kinetics decided lo do- rate 550 lo Ihe Knte Andrews High School for the Montreal student exchange program. The group also gave its sup- port lo the hake sale slaged raise funds for a stove in the Coaldale Sportsplcx kitchen. Mrs. Ben (Karcnj Rierner, rose bowl chairman, presented ards, president. Pedal pushers safely program set to start COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinettes vail sponsor a pedal pushers safely program Thursday, April conducted every Thursday from -1 to p.m in the Coaldale police ilation for six (I is nn Alberta Molor ASf.'j- ciation program supported by the Coaldale police department, commencing 13. IL will Ire rose to Mrs. Const. Tim Utas will bo in Dave Armstrong as a reward charge, assisted by Ralph Sine- for her may hours of service supervisor of the AMA, uni-k, [.ethltridge branch. Kinolte were handed in by j members will also assist. members. These l he given to Mrs, Jennie Emery for her There Grades one be to classes, j three and! jper-ial education cla.ss at John Grades four to six. Davidson School. i Ileqi.slration forms will be The recent meeting the available in Ihc .sciiool.s Mou- form of a "friendship night." I day, April 10. I CIEVE ROSS FARM AUCTION SALE 3 MILES NORTH OF CHIN, ALBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 17-9 A.M. FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST A.M. TO 10 A.M. Terms Cnsh with setllcmenl in full (he dny of tho sale bofore removal frorn lha farm. Any special arrongemerfs on seme of the larger equipment will bs announced ct iho sale, with possession only after payment hai been made in full, Having been favoured wilh inilruellons from Mr. Ron, who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale the fat- lowing ol farm machinery as listed below subject lo ad- difjoni, deletions, errors or minor ehongej ai you may find them the day o( the sale. LUNCH WIU BE SERVED TRACTORS 1-1.H.C. Model 854 diesel Iractor wilh cab, lilee condi- 1-1.H.C. Model Super M wilh live pump and 1969 Model 323 Du-AH front end loader, to be so'd separatly. Model B56 diesel tractor with cab, in excellent con- dition. COMBINE 1 1969 John Deere Model 105 self propelled combine wilh cob and straw chopper, like new condilion, has done less lhan acrei per year, SWATHERS 1 Masiey Ferguson 15 fl. Model 28 pull type PTO iwulher wilh rubberized canvas. 1 Ferguson 15 ft. pull type iwalher wi'h rubberized canvas. TRUCKS Ford Model F600 3 Ion Iruck 350 bus. grain box ond hoi si. l--195i Ford Model F600 3 Ion with 350 bus. grain box ond hoist. 1-1956 Ford Model 350 1 Ion, box and hoist and caltla racks. Ideal rancheri outfit. FUEL TANKS gal. double comparlmenf. 1 000 gal. double comportment with 3land 1-1000 gal. single cornparlmenr wiili slarid gal. single tompartmenl wilh s lands MACHINERY 2-1963 John Deere IZA 14 ft hoe drills, 7" spacing and ferliliior altachmenls; wing slylo 3 slanriord 21 fl. t'fcbre Blade, like new; 1-1967 Mossey Ferguson Model 12 pro bnler; Jolin Deere wheel sryle aide delivery 1 1968 John Deere No. 8 trail type semi inounl power 1 1971 Noble to fit 3 point hilch Jrnclnr, idcol for Irecs; 2r-3 yard soil mover; 1-12 ft. Noble Blade 3 D Modclj 1-36 fl. Edwards rod wceder; 2- Grohom 16' chisel plowj; 2-10 ft. one ways, 9" spacing; 2- John Deere 1200 Series 16 ft. Surflex discers; 6 sections of A ff. Noblg Icmd lo fif abovo Surffexei; 1 --field sprayer, 36 fl. booms; 1 10 ft. John Deere power hinder; 1 bole, bale buncner; in son B" 40 fl. pic groin auger, Targe capacity; grain auger with motor; 1 Eversman 10 ft. land leveller; 1 ft. groin ougor (no drill transporli; I ions flexiblo har- rows; 1 -snow plow to fit front end loader. SHOP EQUIPMENT 1 1 BO amp On on porlobte electric welder; Purox welder with carf; 1 air compressor; 1 bench vise; black? milh anvil; end Decker h" eleclric drillr 1-pcrfable electric drill press; 1 Walker floor fack; grinder; largo sclc-clion of wrenches including socket sels, trow bars, log chains, forks and shovels. MISCELLANEOUS 15 -lengths of 2" galvanized 60 ft. pipe; calf slock )anksr fertilizer; post hole digger; gas mower; rolcl'tller; l--gardnn irrigalion pump with rnnlor; Monarch irriga- tion pump; and Slralton molor; large of uscrf )irns; fargc seledion of bolls, nails, spikes, etc.; several heat haussers; of ot-jpiinum siding-, 1- laige plnilic shcr-t far g.rain; an- proxirnotely 500 jute sacks; quantity of copper tubing; quan- tity of new of cultivator shovels. FENCE SUPPLIES of round of -virc Severn I rolli of liog rr HOUSEHOLD 1 Chesterfield artd cliair; 1 Davenporh and 2 chniri; cupboards; 2 -china cabinels; several tnd tables; of drawers; 1- bed; 1 com- plere bed, spring; 1 1969 natural gas range; 3 piece chcslbrfield 2 bed; desk con rj it oner (water I 1 nice occasional chairj floor polisher; 1 table; 1-11" portabla TV; 1-iel of encyclopedias; 1-21 cj. fl. deep cu. ft. refrigrator; china cabinet. SPECfAL 1-3 piece Pearl Grey Bedroom Suile. Like new condition. AUCTIONHR'S NOTE: very pleased lo have been in- vited to conduct Ihit very largo farm audion jolo oncl WB urge OMB in iculhern Alberla to attend this sulo ai lha (orni equiprnenp ii of good quolily and the sck good, Coma early and lha pancahei from 900 lo n.m. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ABERTA "Serving lha Soulh by Word of Mouth" for further tnformotion phone 345-3534 Ramember trio wealher il no problem in our plastic lent Auslioncers IES HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROG5R HANDIEY lie. No. 010120 lit No. 005ft 15 Lie. No. 010121 i very coffee STUART FALCONER FARM AUCTION SALE 1 mild wesl of University Road at Top of ihe hill ond 1' i mite soulh IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FRIDAY, APRIL 21 -1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: Caih ihe day of ine lale, wilH setflemenl in full before removal from I he farm. Having bren favoured wilh instruction! from Mr. Sluart Fal- coner, who has retired from farming, wo will offer for safe Ihe following lina of Farm machinery as lislcd below mb- jecl lo additions, deletions, errors or minor changes ai you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTOR Ferguson model 88 gas Iroclor, good eondilion. COMBINE model 423 jell propelled combine wiih Sund pick-up, f'. fable. Hoin'l done any work for lail 3 years. SWATHER John Deera 16 fl. pull rype swother. TRUCK Ford 1 Ion Iruck with box and hois I. Good eondilion, MACHINERY ft. Graham Uoeme with nxlensions, Hi mode I j 2 12 ff. John Deere rod wecrJersj 6 -sections o( John Deere 1-10 ft. Victory blade; 15 fl, wide lev el fertilizer attainment; 1 SMOWCO 35 (t. grain auger. LIVESTOCK cows wilh some calves ol loot (5 a I nil Al bred lo ShorlViorn bull. monlh Ayrshire- heifer calf. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1 electne drill; 1 warmer coal healer; qunn- lity of wrenches, pliers, socket and many more items loo numerous lo mention. ADDITIONAL LISTINGS ol consigned farm equipment and trutks expected in by sale day SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving trie South by Word of Moulh" far further information PHeme 345-3534, or the Owner LES HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS FRED BURTON Lie. No. 005615 ROGER HANDIEY Lie. No. 010171 MRS. LORA COX MILE NORTH OF IRON SPRINGS, ALBERTA 20-1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: CASH lha day of lha solo, with settlement In full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured wilh from Mn. Lora Cox, who has retired from farming, we will offer for iale the following tine of farm machinery as listed below subject lo additions, delelionj, errors or minor changei at you may find Ihcm tho day of Ihe sale. MACHINERY 1 _Massey Ferguson Mo. 10 PTO baler; 1 Fer- guson 7 ft. power mower, Irail lype, model 23B, new style dynn-drive, like new condition; 1 10 ft. Gandy fertilizer l--flobin 21 fl. o" grnln auger wilh motorj hcmmer mill; Inland 32 ft. weed sprayer; .10 ft. press drill; 2-IHC 12 ft. prcsi drills; 1 15 fl. wide level discer? f f. one way; 1 -Musscy Ferguson 10 It. chisel cultivator with rod weedcr a Hoc n men I; 1 11 II. double V hlade; ft. grain auger, Briggi and 51 rat- ten molor; wheel flat deck; McCoy-Runn pick-up. TRACTORS John Dei-TG model 70 gns Iractor 1-Money Ha COMBINES 1-Maisey Hn rr-nl I odcl gai Irncfor r i o. Sund pick-up bme and 5WATKER I Cccl-shulf no. 2 15 (t. TRUCKS AND CAR 1 1956 Dodgo 1 Ion Iruck wilh groin box ond hoiil 1-1956 GMC holt ton truck 1-1951 Chcvrolel model 1700 Iruck 1--1959 Rambler station FUEL TANK 1--500 Gallon Doublo Comportment Fuel Tank wilh Sleel Slnnd nnd Hoses SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1 Torp to fit 2 ton trutt; 1 -Small garden self prim- ing pump wilh gns omtor; Qunnlily of plailic liosc; T Charlyn hyd, (jump; 2 Hydraulic Drum and oil P'jmp; 1 ilove; 1 1 --Smnlf con I healer; 1 Smalf il healer; Set of for holf Fon 1 -Bearn sralc; lacki, fruil jcrJ, gur snuorci, ihovcli, hydraulic focki; pock OF jeri, plicri nn'J man f mo choini, garden gnle, s mi Ion numeroui to SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving the South hy Word of Moulh" For further Information phone 345-3534, or owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLE? FRED BURTON ROGER HANDIEY Lit No. 010120 lie. No. OO5615 lie. No. 010121 ANNE POOLE FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE WEST OF BURDETT, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19-12 noon LUNCH SERVED Terms: Cash lha day of sale, wilh leltlemonl In full before remaval from ihe farm. Having been favoured with instructions from Mrl. Anne Poolo, who retired from farming, we will offer for sale the followinn line of fnrm machinery ni lilted below lub- icet to deletions, errors or minor thangei ns you may find them Ihe day of Ihe laic. Terms on Tfoctor and Combme-'.i Cash day of Sale. Balance in lull on Trader 30 Days. On Combine 90 Dayi. session only upon payment in full. MACHINERY 1 1948 CotVshutl Hi.Beam 4 Bollom Mouldbaard Plow. 1-1949 John Deere LIA 14 Fl. Ptesl Drill wilh Fctliliior Attachment, Disc. 1 1968 3 Standard. 1 1967 I.H.C. 16 Ft. DiJtoll Wide tevel. 1-16 F'. I.H.C. Wide, tevol Discer. 1-1.H.C. U fl. Chisel Plow 1-Miller M Fl. Rod Wcodcr Allach. Depre 1? Fl Centre Drive Model 500 Rod Weedi-ci. 1-I.K.C. Model 47 Baler. 1-Farmhand Wheel Side Delivery. 1-Snowco Fjo'e-londcr. 1-John Deere 7 Fl. Power Mower. 1 1968 Gelil Forage Harvester. Deere 6 Ft. 3 Poiol Hitch Double Disc. 1-Jahn Deere 6 Fl. 3 Paint Hitch Cultivalor. 1-1967 Molco H Fl. Weed Sprayer Several Srclions Oiarr.ond Harrows. 2 10 Fl. One-ways, targe Pons. 1-1963 Brnrxjl 35 Fl. Groin Loader wilh like new hp Eleclrk Slort Molor. 1-Hydraulk Eversinan Buclel. 1-Evenman Dilchei. 1-1965 I.H.C. 14 Fl, Ferlili.er Sprnod- er Elevator. Hole Auger. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1-Dolla Model 900 Rockwell Overhead Power Saw wilh Table. 180 Aoip. Model 225, Cobles and Hdrnel. Quantity of Welding Red. 2-I.M.C. Hydraulic Rams. 1-Jolin Dcvre llydtoulic Rom. 1 3d Stock PocVs for Ford i, Tor. 1-7" Bind Saw, Stand. of Plaslic Hose. Tool Box for Vi Ton Truck. Wisconsin Motors. 1-Elcclric Drill. 1-Paint Sproyer. 1-Wood tnthe. Auger. 3 -Hand Grease Guns. 1-Bulk Grease Gun. l-Trucl< Tarp. 1-Jack-All Jack. SPECIAL 1 -Surveying Inslrumpnl with Tri.Pod A: Rod. FUEL TANKS 2-300 Gallon Fuel TanVs wilh Sleet Stands Hossl, TRACTORS J.D. 4020 Tractor-Diesel wilh J.D. Cat. 1 1968 J D 3020 Tractor, Diesel with J.D. Front-End loader. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-1967 Massey Ferguson X10 Combine, Self Propelled with Chopper, Spreader, Reel and McCoy Pick-Up. 1-1967 I.H.C. Swolher-Model 200, 16' Pull New Canvas. TRUCK AND CAMPER 1-1968 Ton Mercury Ranger, 390 Cu. In. V-8, Automallc Transmission. 1-1968 Bell Coach Camper wilh Jacks (Sleeps tike new. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: The quality os well as selection of Ihli laic model equipment and shop tools is very good. We aro pleased to have been invited lo conduct Ihis sale and we would like lo remind everyone to plan lo aHend early ai there Is a limited amount of small miscellaneous items. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX T05, COAIDALE, ALBERTA Serving tlie Saulh hy Word oF Moulh" Fo Information Phono 345-3534, or the Owner Auctioneers LES HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDtFY tic. No. 010120 lie. No. 005415 Lie. No. 010121 DON ARNESTAD- HARVEY CKERNIAK FARM AUCTION SALE B MILES EAST, NORTH, 'A EAST OF STAVELY OR 17 MILES WEST VA SOUTH OF CHAMPION, ALBERTA TUESDAY, APRIL 18-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: CASH tho Jay of the Bale, wilh teHlemc-nl In full before removal from iHe farm. Having been favoured with Initruclloni from Mr. Don Arnestad and Mr. Harvey Cherniak, who are retfring from Farming, we will offer for sale the following lino of farm machinery as liifcd below ubjecl to dddJIioni, or minor changei ai you may thorn Ihe day of lale. TRACTORS No, 1800 Cockshuft JrncloK ChalmerA traclor COMBINE AND 1 1965 No. 65 J.D. pull type combine and chopperj 1-Ho. 428 Cockshull combine; 1-16' J.D. pull lype iwalherj 1 15' Versatile pull type iwather. TRUCKS 1 -1953 Mercury 800 5 Inn, air brakes, 16 ton Koijt and 330 buihef box; 1-1950 3 ion Chcv. (new hoiit, box) ond ravp; 1-1952 IHC No. 185, mofor ond chases; 1-1969 CMC half ton, new concfilion, miles, GRAIN AUGERS Vena tile 6" ouger. 9-12 h.p. Wisconsin gns mofor; 6" grain auger 12 h.p. Krolcr electric jlarl; 1-27' Moyrath 6" augerj 1-12V eleclric drill hnppcr. MACHINERY 1 1_18' wide levc-1 lecd box and ferliliier allach- ment, packer hifch, 1000 ocrcs; 1-IHC U' "K7" presi drill; 1 JD 10' press drill; 1--MH 16' i-16' Garoau bfode coridMion1: I 17' dnep tillcgc culn'vator; 1 Ed v.'urds rod Ilrix harrows, 1--10' blocfn parlors; 3-6' tcctiom coil th.d.t; diamond I bollom IHC 1 -56' 250 gal. sprayer (Inland'; 1- M" J.D, hammermHI; 1 50' endless bell, 1--Diamond cliaU nnd 1 500 gol. water tank; 1-porlablo hog crale; 1-IHC FJeel- sid-i stock racks; 1 30 cjaf. propane fankj 1-callle head go I e. SPECIAL 28' x fl' house froilor. New pie cine rr-fognrnlor, propana itove, partly furrniihod- SHOP TOOLS occiyfone welder, culling torch and tipj, 1 'i mch drill prfiss; 1 -Case hydraulic cylinder, complelo depth conlrol; wrenches, log chains, shovels, forkt nnd niony other artkles, 15 g nil on) of silver poinP. HOUSEHOLD uile; 1 uile, dishes, theslcrfield suhe; up bonk desks mucelloneoLU fur- nishings. SPECIAL ANTIQUE Leather upholstered Bell Tons Piano "1847" SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDAIE, ALBERTA "Serving the South by Word of Moulh" For further information Phone 345-3534, or Ihe Owner AUCTIONHRS LES HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLtY 111. Na. 010120 Lie. No. 005415 Lie. No. 010121 ;