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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY JOIN TORIES Op- position Leader Robert Slan- field said In Quebec Cily lie has asked Claude Wagner, former Quebec justice minis- ter, to be a candidate for the Progressive Conservatives in the next federal election. Mr. Wagncr now is a provincial court judge. Parliamentary Notebook IV o chess match in Belgrade Some cabinet ministers complain about system llcad-oii crash kills two FORT McMURRAY (CP) Two men were killed in a two- car collision near (his commu- nity 240 miles northeast of Ed- montou. Leonard Alexander McHale, 13, of Edmonton and Miles Mey- ers, 23, of St. Bruno, Sask., were killed when the cars in wliich they were riding collided head-on. Ky DAVE MclNTOSR OTTAWA (CP) More cabi- net ministers are complaining more or less openly about being politically and bureaucratically strangled by interminable cabi- net committee meetings. There are many such commit- tees, regular and special. As a result, some cabinet ministers say, Ihey have loo lit- tle time to run their depart- ments, to think out new policies carefully or to put such policies across to the public when they do materialize. Because ministers seem tied up nearly all the time in meet- ings, they say, senior civil serv- ants often make policy for var- ious departments. Some ministers say they would dearly love to go back to the old system of forming de- partmental policies and simply taking them to cabinet once a week for approval or otherwise. Prime Minister Tnideau changed the cabinet system wilh the avowed aim of achiev- ing more co-ordination of gov- ernment policy in all fields. OVERHAULED SYSTEM One of his first acts as prime minister was to overhaul the cabinet syslem. He announced April 30, 196B, lhat this overhaul would result ERNIE WUTZKE Form Auction Sale 3 miJei soulh and 2 east of BURDHT, ALBERTA THURSDAY, APRIL 13th AT 10 A.M. TERMS; Cash Ilia day of with lettlemen! In full beforo removal from tha farm, Having been favoured with inilruclian from Mr. Irrnra Wulzke, who has retired from farming, will offer for tola the following lino of farm machinery at listed below to additions, deletions, or minor changes ai you may find them the day of TRACTORS 1 1966 John Deere Model 420 Row Crop Propane Tractor, new molor installed in 1971, in good condition; 1 1 958 Allii Cholmen Model WD25 Row Crop Tractor with front end loader (Fo be told wirh or tepefale ai decided at TRUCKS 1-1952 I.H.C. Model L180 3-ron Trutk wirh Brain box. fn good running condition. 1 1947 3-tOD Ford, 2 speed axle, combination grain and beet box wifh hoi it (aood COMBINES AND SWATHER 1-1958 I.H.C. Self Propelled Combine with 14 ft. Platform willi 12 fr. McCoy Renn picV-up. Overhauled recently; 1 1955 I.H.C. Self Propelled Combine with 74 ft. platform wifh Chopper. Good running 1 1964 Ver- latile Self Propelled 15 f1. Swalher Model 103. (Motor over- hauled in MACHINERY Deem V Ditcher hydraulic; 2 fr. Hy- draulic Chisel Plowi 1-12 ft. Rod Weeder, attach, to fil above culhvator; 12 ft. Press Drill; 14 ft. Hi Wheel Drill; 12 ft. Crazy Harrow; Row Corragator; Deere Manure Spreader) 5 Seel ions of Diamond wrlh slpel draw bnr; 1 Filler to fir 3 pi. hitch; 1 1968 Ans Way Model 320 Hammer Mill with feed mixer; l-195a Mayralh Weed Sprayer willi 41 ft. booms; 1 1956 John Deere Toraga Harvester; 1-35 ft, Speed King Grain Auger will> like ntw 9-12 h.p. Wisconsin motor; 1 Snowco 20 Bale Elevator wilh h.p, Electric motor) 1 24 fl. 2 wheel Flal Deck, 1-16 fr. 4" Groin Auger wilri 3< h.p. electric motor. FUEL AND STORAGE TANKS gal, Propano Storage tank with John Blue pump; gal. Single Comp. Fuel lonk wilh hose, T gal. Fuel Tank with hose. SPRINKLER IRRIGATION EQUIP. Comliring of 66 4x40 ft. End Risen, 42 ft. Main with new Valve Opening couplers; 1-1.H.C. Model BU 264 Power Unit with Natural Gas Carburetor, large pump, hai been handling Vz milo ol 80 Ibs. Very efficiently. Approx, 150 1" Syphon tubes, LIVESTOCK iteen approx. 600 Ibi.j Steers approx. 800 heiferi approx. 600 Ibi.j 9 year old Welsh Palomino .Children's Pony Mora )n fool to U horse Appolosa Stud. Due to foal approx. May 15j Yorkshire well bred Gihs to farrow approx. May 15; 1 Young Yorkshire Pago Bred Boar from Williams of Taber. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS 1-1971 Farm air compressor -.vilh h.p. electric motor; Garden Irrigation pump; 1- Rubber impel- ler Irrigation pump; 1 3cnch 1 forga blower; 1 grinder; Eleclric drill; 1 8V Stonely Portable electric sow; 1 h.p, molcv to fil Jacuz-l-Decp well pump. Overhauled and ready lo go; Electric T 80 amp. welder; Garden Solo Tiller with 7 h.p. rnolor, heavy duly model; 1 mower; 1 Chain hoisl; Quantity of shovels, log chains, forks. Irrigation dams, hnnd ;aws squares, pipe wrenches, socket sets, files, nark sows, o'rr cooled molors, bell, hydraulic cylinders and many more ilems too numerous 1o mention. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 1-Bonch Forced Air Oil Furnace; 1-CirculaMng Hooter; 1 Chicken Brooder foi .'-00 chicks. Natural Gas or Propane; 1-Electric Washing Machine; I-Chesterfield and chair, 1- Crtrome kitchen suile ond 8 chairs; 9 cu. ft. Efectric Refrigerator, like new; cu. ft. Electric Refrigerator; l--McCfary 9 CLJ. ft. Electric Refrigerator; 1 Upholstered Platform Rocker Chair; tables; of drawers; Dresser sc1; Electric Dish washer, cup Coffee pot, Several Electric and Hot Plalei; Slave; 1 Rollaway cot; table and chair; 1-Elcclric Mix Masler: 1-Riding saddle, Bridle; T-Girls' Quantity of cream cons; ha I in Cream Seperofor ilainfess steel; 1- Vega hand Croam seperalor, stainless steel; Several dozen sealers; Gai lamps, Gas Lontern; I Iron and Iron board; 1 Electric Knife; Several tubsr I-Copper Somt dishes and cookinq utensils.; Several beds and ma I fr esses. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; Wn are pleased fo hove been inviled lo conducl I his Ernie Wulzka tale ai If of a good oppor- tunity for cattle buyers as wall