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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 8, 1972 THE LFTmRTDGI HERALD 9 MAY JOIN TORIES Op- posilion Leader Robert Slan- field said ID Quebec Cily lie has asked Claude Wagner, former Quebec justice minis- ler, to he a candidate for Ihe Progressive Coiiservntivcs in the next federal election. Mr. N'atfncr now is a provincial court judge. Parliamentary Notebook chess match in Belgrade REMOVE SMITING SICNS PARIS Spit- Some cabinet ministers complain about system i. Head-on crash kills two FORT McMURRAY (CP) Two men were killed 111 a Iwo- car collision near Mils commu- nity 240 miles northeast of Ed- montou. Leonard Alexander McHale, 13, ol Edmonton and Miles Mey- ers, 2.1, of St. Bruno, Sask., were killed when (lie cars in wliich they were riding collided head-on. By DAVE MclNTOSlI OTTAWA (CP) More cabi- net ministers are complaining more or less openly about being politically and burcaucralically strangled by interminable cabi- net committee meetings. There are many sucli commit- tees, regular and special. As a result, some cabinet ministers say, Iliey have loo lit- (le 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 HID 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 ol forming de- partmental policies and simply taking them to cabinet once a week for approval or otherwise Prime Minister Tnideau changed the cabinet system with the avowed aim or 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 system. He announced April 30, 1968, that this overhaul would result ERNIE WUTZKE Farm Auction Sale 3 milci soulh and 2 east of BURDETT, ALBERTA THURSDAY, APRIL 13th AT 10 A.M. TERMS: Cash day of ialt, wifTi lanlemenf Tn full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured wllh instruction Mr. who has retired from farming, will offer for la la the foil a wing lino of farm machinery ai listed below to additions, deletions, or minor changei ai you may find them the day of the iala. TRACTORS 1 1966 John Deere Model 420 Crop Propane Tractor, new molar installed in 1 971, in good condition; 1 1 95 B Allii Chalmcri Model WD25 Row Crop Tractor with front end loader (to be told with or lepefate ai decided at TRUCKS 1-1952 I.H.C. Mode! L180 3-ton Trutk with orain box. fn good running condition. 1 19-17 3-tor) ford, 2 ipeed axle, tambinalinn grain end beet box with hoi it (oood COMBINES AND SWATHER 1-195B I.H.C. Self Propelled Combins wilh 14 ft. Platform willi 12 McCoy Renn pick-up. Overhauled recently; 1 1955 I.H.C. Self Propelled Combine wllh 14 fl. platform wifh Chopper. Good running tondilionj 1 1 964 Ver- lalilo Self Propelled 15 Swolher Model 103. (Motor over- hauled in MACHINERY l-John Deere V Ditcher hydraulic; 1-Jeoffroy 12 ft. Hy- draulic Chisel Plowj 1-12 ft. Rod Weedcr, allach- lo fil above culrivaior; I.II.C. 12 Ft. Press Drill; 1--1.H.C. 14 ft. Hi Wheel Drill; 12 fl. Crazy Row Corragator; John Deere Manure Sprcoderj 5 Sections of Diamond wr1n steel draw bar; 1 Ditch Filler lo fil 3 pi. hilch; 1 1968 AMs Way Model 320 Hammer Mill with feed mixer; 1 1958 Mayralh Weed Sprayer willi 41 ft. booms; 1 1956 John Deere Toragg Harvester; 1 -35 fl, Speed King Grain Auger like new 912 h.p. Wisconsin motor; 1- Snowco 20 fl. Bole Elevator wilh 1 h.p. Eleclnc motorj 1 24 fl. 2 wheel Flal Deck, 1-14 fr. 4" Groin Auger wilh '4 h.p. electric molor. FUEL AND STORAGE TANKS gal. Prop ana Storage lank wifh John Blue pump; 1 500 gal. Single Comp. Fuel lonk with hose, T 300 gal. Fuel Tank with hose. SPRINKLER IRRIGATION EQUIP. Coniljting of 66 4x40 ft. End Risen, 42 fl. Main Line with new Valve Opening 1 -I.H.C. Modef BU 264 Power Unll with Natural Gas Carburetor, large pump, hai been handling milo al 80 Ibs. Very efficiently. Approx. 150 1" Syphon lubes. LIVESTOCK Feeder iteerj approx. 400 Ibi.j Feeder Sloan approx. 800 Ibs., Yeorling approx. 600 Ibi.j Gentle 9 yoor old Welsh Palomino .Children's Pony More In foal to 'i horse Appolosa Slud. Due lo fool approx. May 1 5; Yorkshire well bred Gills to farrow approx. May 15; 1 Young Yorkshire Page Bred Boar from Williams nf Taber. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS 1-197 1 Farm air compressor 't li.p. electric niolor; 1 Garden Irrigation pump; 1 -'i" Rubber im pel- la r Irrigation pump; 1 3cnch vise; 1 B locksmith forgs blowrv; 1 Bench grinder; Eledric drillj 1 8 V Slonely Porlnble clcclric Electric 1 h.p. motor lo Jocuz-l-Dcep well pump. Overhauled and ready lo go; Forney Electric I RO amp. welder; Gordon Rolo Tiller willi 7 h p. rnolor, heavy duly model; 1 mower; 1 Chain fioisl; Quonlily of shovels, lor; chains, forks, Irrifjalron dams, hnnd saws squares, pipe wrenches, socket sets, files, hark sows, cooled motors, bell, hydraulic cylinders ond many more Hems loo numerous lo mention. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 1-Bonch Forced Air Oil Furnace, 1 -Circulating Heolnr; 1 Chicken Brooder foi .''00 chicks. Natural Gas or Propanej 1-Electric Wnihing I Chcslerf ield and chair, 1- Chrome kilchci suite and 8 chairs; Kolvinator 9 cu. Ft. Efeclric Refrigeralor, liko new; I- I.H.C. 10'i tu. fl. Electric Refrigerator; 1 9 cu. ff. Electric 1 Upholslered Plalform Rocker Chair; Coffee tables; Chest of drawers; 1- Dresser sc1; Eleclric Dish washer, cup Electric Coffca pot, Several Electric Toosleri ond Hot Plalei; Camp Slave; 1 Rollaway col; Card lablo and chair; 1-Elcclric Mix Mailer.- 1-Ridrng saddle, Bridle; T-Girls' 2 Doyi' Quantity of cream cans; Eledric Weslphalin Cream Separator ilainfess steel; 1- Vega hand Croam separator, slain less steel; Several dozen sealers; Gos lamps, Gas Lonlern; 1 -Gai Iron and Iron board; 1 Electric Knife; Several wash tubsr 1 -Cop per Boiler; Somt dishes and cooking utensils; Several beds and maltresses. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; Wn ore pleased fo have been Inviled lo conduct ihis Ernie Wulihe lale ns If offori a good oppor. lunity for entile buyers 01 wall ni implement buyari lo participate. Make plant now to SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX T05, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving The Soulh By Word of Mouth" For Further Information Phone 345-3534, or Ownir AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER Lit. No. 010120 Lie, No. 005615 lie. No, 01019) n increased efficiency in deal-1 ing with parlicular Items of business and permit more lime and altenllon to he concentrated on planning and policy develop- ment. One minister says delegation! to cabinet committees of some cabinet authorivy to make deci- sions, and other features of Lho Trudcau system, have worked least in theory. But discussion in the cabinet sjd its committees seemed Lo drag OD and on williouL hard de- cisions. This source says that fre- quently it is decided lo order another review, establish a ''task write a while paper or present draft legisla- tion never intended as a fin- ishcd product. Mr. Trudeau is said lo be well aware of the disadvantages of his cabinet system, particularly in relation to putting across pol- icies to the public. Cut so far he has maintained that a belter system, has yet to be proven to him. It's a brave non-cabinet HIP who lists his address officially as he represents an Ottawa riding, of course. Nearly all MFs, Including some cabinet ministers who live here year-round, list cities, towns or villages in their rid- ings as their home addresses, The official list appears weekly in Hansard, the record of Com- mons debates. At the moment, only 10 out. oMown MPs who arc not cabi- net members list Ottawa as Lheir home address. They are conservatives Hob- AMA sets up pollution program EDMONTON (CP) The president of the Alberta Molor Association said Friday results of automobile omission tests, expected lo start next monlll, will released promply lo federal Bin! provincial govern- ment departments. B. A. J. Smitli of Calgary told a news conference that units will travel throughout the province, setting up in high- density traffic areas, flnrl pro- vide a free 60-second test for hormful automobile pollulion. Mr. Smith said most car pol- lution problems arc caused by faulty timing, misfiring spark plups and incorrect fuel mix- tures. However, it will be up to Ihe individual motorists if they decide to have any faults re- paired. eil Slanfield, John Walter Dinsdale, Hugh John Fiemming and Marcel Lam- bert; Liberals J. .1. Greene, Andre Ouellet and Ralph Stew- art; the NUP's Andrew Brewin: and independent Liberal Paul Hellycr- BKI.GrtADK The city of Uelgrade will abide by its dc- cisioji to withdraw its sponsor- ship from the world che.ss championship match between Uobby Kischcr of the United .States and champion Doris' Spassky of the Soviet Union, a j spokesman said Friday. The spokesman rjc-clarcd Bel- grade would only agree lo Ihe mulch if the U.S. Kederalion deposited a guaranty against Fischer's non- appearance. The federation re- jecled this demand Thursday, saying il did not have the money. tint; ces no longer ground rajl-ArtV becsu.se of unpleasant pirture they coojure up. Hut spitting remains a pun- ishable offence. WANTS TO KAFIN IT MEXICO CITY fAl'y dtr.t Luii Kche-.erna has askfl t'.f.- o'. to re- e an honorary Lc-- on him until the er.d Soulh by Word of Moulh" For Further Information Phone 345-3534, or tht Owner LES HANDLEY Lit. No. OlOUQ AUCTIONEERS; FRED BURTON Lk. No. 005615 ROGER HANOLEY Lie. No. 010121 ARTHUR NELSON FARM AUCTION SALE 7 milei east on Star Line Road ond milei north and Vi miie weit of CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA TUESDAY, APRIL 11-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: CASH the day of Ihpi lale, with lelllemenl 1" full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured wilh instruction! From Mr. Arthur Nolson, whr> hai retired from farming, wo will offer for the following line of farm machinery ai listed below lubject to deletioni, errors or minor changei ai you may find Ihem the day of tha lale. TRACTORS 1-Mossey Ferguson model 97 propone model Irac'cr cob like new condition with ve-y low hours. 1-Mossey Ferguson model 65 go; Iractcr wilh 3 pci-t hilch. Good condition. Hal been used (or small cncre jobs. Wilh Iron! end loader to lil M.F. model 65 Mo be ai a unit or os decided ol sale'. 1-1967 Ford 3 Ion model 6000 wilh 330 bulM box and hoisl ond Ezy On Tarp. Only miles. COMBINE AND SWATHER Massey Ferguson model 82 combine 1-1964 Versalile icll propelled 18 (I. iwalner MACHINERY l-Mayralh 27 fl. groin loader wilh Briggs and Slrailon motor- 1 1962 Nalionol weed sprayer wilh 40 ft. hoomij 1-1969 John Deere model 500 cenlre drive 14 fl. rod >veedcr- 1 1969 14 fl. Cose chisel plow; 1-12 It. hi wheel drill wilh fertilizer ollachmenl; 3 -seclionj of 12 II. Noble packers; 1-Masjey Harris side delivery on steel wheels; 1 1968 Majsey Ferguson 3 point hilch mowerr 1-1967 John Deere model T24; 1-CCIL 20 fl. crary harrow, 1-24 fl. bole looder; 1 -Bole forV ollnchment for 3 point hilch (10 1-Bale fork allachmenl for Iron! end loader HO bale'; point hilch hydraulic post driver; 1 1964 20 ft VJclory blade, wing slyle; Deere 16" 4 bollom hydrouhc plow: l-John Deere pony drill ond er lo 1.1 bollom 16" plow, SHOP TOOIS AND MISCELLANEOUS U-1000 gol. tank-; John Blj; lo fill propane 1-UO omp. Miller .l-t'ric weld-r, l-pos1 drill; 1-orwil; 1-lc-g chain; 1-sel of push-in cotlls rocks' opprox. 350 Ibi. cf crested wheat orosi iced; feed bunks, self feeder, feeding 2-shollow well pumps; quantity of round Ireoted pests: quontily cf Jcrop iron: quan- tity of hog wire; 4-45 gol. burning barrels: 1-eytenilon ladder; quanlily of used lumber hot water rank; 1-rhain row, liV.a new; quomity cf alu- minum lidtng; quantity ol wrenches, icckel lets, plien and many more items loo numerous fo menlion. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; If you looking lor cooa1 quolity farm equipment, plan to attend thii sale. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDAIE, ALBERTA "Serving Ihe Soulh by Word of Mouth" For further information Phone 345-3534, or ownlr AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 FRED W. HOLLWORTH FARM AUCTION SALE 7 MILES EAST 1 4 MILES NORTH OF CARMANGAY, ALBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 10-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED Termir CASH Ihe day of the with sellfenienl fn full removal from the farm. Hovfng been favoured wilh Initruilioni from Mr- Fred W. Hollworlh, who has rclired from farming, we will oHes for tale the folfowing lire of farm machinery ai listed below lubjecl to addilioni, errors or minor changei ai you may find them day of the tale. TRACTORS l_John Deere Model 820 Iraclor wifh cab a.id ITFI l-John Deere Model R trader wilh TRUCKS 1 1968 Chevrolel Model C 50 (ruck wllh 2 ipeed oxif. 5 speed Irani., V-B mo1or ond grain box und hoiit. Only milcsj 1-1960 Ford Model F250 ton wilh i ipecd trans., A cylinder motor, overload springs) T-1933 rialp) Ford Model F600 Iruck wilh 2 tnoed i ipeed trans., grain box and hoist COMBINE SWATHER 1-C.C.l.l. self propelled swalher witn 18 il. table, 1-C.C.U. yellow fellow lolf propelled combine, wilh IB It. lable and ilraw chopper. Melroe 9 if., 6 belt pick-up STORAGE TANKS gal. fuel tonV wilh hoie; 1 135 gol. fuel fank truck model with pump and hose; 1-500 gal. woler tanlf; 1-300 gaflori water lank; scvnral gal and 15 gal. fuel nnd oil MACHINERY Wide level G Diicer; Deere Model 500 12 (1. rod weedcrs, on rubber; fl. Noble Blodejj, Model K wilh coulferl and duplex hilch; 1-U fl. Grahom Hocmo heavy duly cullivotor wilh ihovcfi and 1- C.C.I.L. self cleaning, craiy harrows, 3 sections; 1-National weed sprayer, with ft. bocrm, truck inounl wilh 100 gal. aluminum 1nnk; 1 end load'cr, fils oil John Deere Model R 80 S20 and 830 Iractors; 1-35 ft. 6" scoop-A- sccond1 grain ouger; 1 1? h.p. Wisconsin air cooled englnt wilh hand clulth; h.p. Wisconsin air cooled engine; 16 fl. x -1" rjrcin auger wilh h.p. elcdric drive; l--T2ft. K 4" drill filler auger wilh i h.p. eleclric drive; 1 clenmna auger wilh 1 h p. elcciric drive HOUSEHOLD garden liller; 1-gas lawn mower; cleanerj 1 warnier; sire Frigidafra electric range; T coinbinalion propone and cool ranger 1 d'rninq 'ooni suite (lablo nnd cha'rsl; 1 bed chesterfield nnd Vctllc; 1 magarine rockr col ond maMreis; 1 double bedspread SHOP TOOLS MISCELLANEOUS 1 18 x 26 B ply nylon Iraclor tire; of ilock racks for Ford truck; electric welder, heovy duly; 1 lene welder and culting torch; 1-bell drive A C rlettrir generator, 1 10 or 220 voll, tracior mounl or engine woldinn toblo; 1 110 volr elr-clrrc fan; 1 V etoclric drill; drive torque wrench, 1 lo 50 Ibi; 1 compression IrrsFcr; l--liming light: 1 8.25 x 20 tire ond G.M.C. 5 hole rim; sun sliadc; pipe wrenches; crescent wrenches: sockets; box ond open-end wrenches; Im snips; hammers and jocki; grease gum (hand ond paill; log chains; ropes; sic el coble; itoel bars; heavy Heel pipe; bohs; Strop iron; Iruct ha ins; df ive chains ond sprocket; V bells and pul barrel pumo; hoy and s'row forks ond Mony Mo-e Ifcnn Ton Numerous To Mcnlior> AUCTIONEER'S NOTf For fint clnu medium priced farm equipment, choica ii excellent. Plan now lo art end. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. Box 105, CoaTdale, Alberta "Serving the Soulh by Word of Moulh" For Further Information Phone 3-13-3534, or iha Owner AUCTIONEERS' LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. lie. No. 010121 ;