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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 1, 1875 THE LETHBBIDGE HERALD 19 Home warranty plan unveiled Sea creatures may yield drugs CALGARY (CP) Alberta builders yesterday unveiled plans for Canada's first in- dustry operated new home warranty plan and said it went into effect Saturday. Klaus Springer, chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Association Council of Alberta (HUDAC) told a news conference any home, duplex, and most con- dominiums purchased after Saturday will be covered by the warranty. The program insures that buyers of new homes will be protected against loss of down Aba's Gull Sarvlcj Stilton Equipment Disposal AUCTION SALE at the former Push's Gulf Service Main Street, Coaldale, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH P.M. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Abe Enne who has retired from Ihe garage business, we will offer for sale the following line of garage equipment, it listed below, which Is merely a guide and in no way Q warranty or guarantee es to Ihe condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find Ihem the day of the sale. TERMS: Cash Ihe day ol the sale, with settlement in full before re- moval from the premises. Acetylene welder and cart; 6 and 12 volt Kal battery charger; Coats tire changer; Mulberry steamer; tire bail wheel balancer; battery cart with booster cables; Man- ley tire spreader; 3 ignition cabinets; 12 volt start-a-car unit; bench vise; combination gear and axle puller; Ibs. air lift bumper jack; honing set to 1 inch; valve lifler; coil spring depressor; 3 spring com- pressors; thread chaser for truck axles; h.p. drill with carbon brush; Lilse ridge reamer; 5 ton hy- draulic jacks; 'A ton block tackle; Jack all jack; 2 torque wrenches; anti-lreeze tester; Nortin hot drink dispenser; oil filter remover; impact wrenches; rotary fuel pump; trouble light, Cordamatic 800; piston groove cleaner and compressor; complete valve hard seat grinder with pilots; 16' flexible exhaust hose; brooms and jerry can; miscellaneous sockets and hand tools; repair items including mufflers; starter drives; brass fittings, ignition parts; fuel pumps; propeller shafts; alternators; generators; water pumps and wiper blades; good selection ol new tires and new tubes; some used and recapped tires; Volkswagen wheels; I.V.U Dune Buggy, Volkswagen. Many other articles too numerous to mention. This is 0 good.line of slock and equipment. Be sure to attend early. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. Box 105, Coaldale, Alberta "Serving the South by Word ol Mouth" For lurthir Informillon Phoiw 345-3534, or thl owitir. AUCTIONEERS: LESHANDIEY HIED BURTON ROGER Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 E F FARMS LIMITED Edward Faith Anderson Farm Auction Sale 4 miles wist and 3 south ol Tiber, Alberli Mon., March Breakfast served at 9 a.m. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. E.p. Anderson who has retired, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery a. listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as lo condition or age and is 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 BEFOBE REMOVAL FROM THE FARM. TRACTORS: Case 930 tractor (1967) cab and Robin front end loader; Case 1370 tractor (1973) John Deere 70 propane tractor; John Deere garden tractor mower and roto tiller. COMBINE SWATHERS: John Deere 105 combine Cockshutt type with double swath attachment; 1965 Cockshutt 502 swather up reel; table for 105 combine. TRUCKS: 1958 Chev. truck, 3 ton hoist; 1948 GMC fuel truck with marker and 4 hydraulic rams; 1970 Ford ton truck 1973 Dodge model 600 truck box and hoist. MACHINERY: Malco pop-up bale loader; 1 Gehl mix- all 21" model 120 MX food mixer. GRAIN SEED: 40 bus. of treated golden ball Duram seed; 10 bus. of treated Thatcher seed; 10 bus. of treated Flax seed. MACHINERY: 36 ft. of model 100 IHC grain drills; 2 Mayrath drill fillers, 2 John Deere surflex ram; Golden Arrow weed sprayer with trailer; 2 packers IHC 5'; 6 packers Noble 5'; Massey Harris one way; 3 sec- tions Allied harrows, new Morris rod weeder 36'; CIL rotary harrows 30'; Massey Harris mower; IHC cultivator, vibra chisel, new Alteen double discer; four bottom IHC plow; auger grain loader; Speed King grain loader, 42' tires; Mayrath grain loader; 2 small extension cleanout auger; Smith rolls bin cleanout Wyatt bazooka auger. STORAGE TANKS: 1-1000 gal. water lank; 1-1000 gal. single compt. fuel tank stand; gal single compt. fuel tank stand; gal. single compt. fuel tank stand; 2 luel service tanks and pumps. ANTIQUE 4 ANTIQUE MISC.: 1 post drill; 1 trip hammer; 1 line shaft grinder; 1 leg vise; 1 forge blower; 1 horse drawn garden cultivator; 1 walking plow; 1 anti- que Majestic coal stove. SHOP TOOS MISC. ITEMS: 2 wheel barrows; 1 acetylene welder; 1 bench vise; 1 bench grinder; 2 battery chargers; 1 skill saw; 1 electric V4" drill; 1 tap and sie set; 1 Beaver table saw; 1 house pressure pump; 1 paint spray outlit; 1 propane weed burner; 1 bin with box; 1 air compressor; 1 roto tiller; 1 shop hoist; 3 truck tarps; ft. aluminum ladder; 2 sets of wind reels to fit MF No. 90 combine; Endless belt; 1 tractor cab for J.D. Model 60, R or 630 tractor; 1 slip in stock rack; 1 chain hoist; H.P. 220 V motor; quanti- ty of good shop tools such as pipe wrenches, nail pullers, log chains; chain .tighteners, hyraullc jacks, picks and shovels, oil pumps, grease guns and MANY MORE GOOD SHOP TOOLS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES: 2 double beds; 1 single bed; 2 kitchen tables; 1 dresser; 1 trunk; 1 chest drawer; 1 high chair; 1 play pen; 1 cream separator; 1 power machine washer; 1 baby crib; 1 camp stove; 1 chair and many more good house articles too numerous to men- tion. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "tEMIW THE SOUTH IV WOM OF MOUTH" For further information phone) 345-3534, or the) owner AUCTIONEERS: ty Uc.Nl. 010129 Burton 006615 Rogtr Hindliy Lie. M. 010121 payment and structural defects when homes are purchased from construction companies affiliated with and registered under the program. The program will register builders, provide up to protection for consumers against loss of deposit due to default by the builder, provide a five year warranty against defects in workmanship, con- ciliate grievances between builders and consumers, and disbar any builder who fails to live up to contracts. Mr. Springer said while such a program has been dis- cussed by provincial and federal governments, Alberta is the first-province to have an industry run operation. John Price, registration manager for the new plan, said more than 170 builders representing about 80 per cent of the Tiew home construction in Alberta have registered un- der the plan. He said 85 to 90 per cent of the new homes built in Calgary will be covered by the plan. URBAN A crea- tures offer promise of yielding new, more effective an- tibiotics and other drugs, says a University of Illinois scien- tist. Dr. Lowell Hager, chairman of biochemistry, said marine plants and animals are "the last big source of natural products that hasn't been examined." Hager said he and his col- leagues have concluded, from recent samplings, that "marine organisms do provide a rich source of new compounds." The Illinois group is one of a number that has begun look- ing to the sea as a possible source of compounds that might be effective in the fight against human disorders. Hager said marine creatures were originally studied for naturally- produced halogens- Indians not exempt from hunting laws VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia Court of Appeal in two unanimous decisions has ruled that B.C. Indians are subject to wildlife regulations in the taking of game and fish. Noll Derriksan, chief of the Okanagan Indian Band, failed in an appeal against convic- tion under Fisheries Act regulations for catching kokanee salmon in Peachland Creek in October, 1970. Fishing was prohibited by regulation and Derriksan caught the fish by methods also prohibited by regulation. In the second case, Jacob Kruger and Robert Manuel were charged with killing four deer in September, 1273, dur- ing the closed season near Penticton, B.C. In both cases, the lands where the offences took place were said to be the traditional fishing and hunting grounds of the Indians. Mr. Justice A.'Bruce Robertson, who wrote the judgment of the court in both cases, said that in both in- stances under the fisheries regulations and wildlife act there was no provision ex- empting Indians from the operation of the regulations. "The proclamation of 1763 (.dealing with aboriginal rights) was entirely unilateral and was not, and cannot be described as, a treaty." "Assuming (without ex- pressing any opinion) that the proclamation has the force of a statute it cannot be said to be an act of the Parliament of Canada: There was no Parlia- ment of Canada before 1867 and by no stretch of the im- agination can a proclamation r made by the sovereign in 1763 be said to be an act of a legislative body which was not created until more than 100 years later." GE heart pacemakers called in OTTAWA (CP) General Electric of Canada Ltd. will :ecall an unspecified number of heart pacemakers sold in Canada, it was announced Friday. The action follows an emergency recall by the United States Food And Drug Administration (FDA) of 241 GE heart pacemakers Thursday. The FDA said there was a possibility that GE model A2073 pacemakers might put out excessive pulse rates. A health department' spokesman here said GE of Canada Ltd. has issued a letter to all doctors in the country recommending that the pacemakers be removed 22 to 24 months after they have been implanted under the skin of heart patients. The FDA said there was also a possibility that the pacemakers could become saturated with moisture, causing them to swell and slow down. WILLIAM OSTAFICIUK FARM AUCTION SALE 2 miles north, 6 east and V: mile south ol VAUXHALL, ALBERTA TUBS, MARCH 11 11 A.M. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Oslaflcluk who his retired, we will oiler lor gale the following line of farm machinery 69 listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee ae lo condition or age and la subject to deletions, errors or minor- changes as you may find ihem the day of the sale. TERMS: CASH THE DAY OF THE SALE, WITH SETTLEMENT IN FULL BEFORE REMOVAL FROM THE FARM. TRACTORS: John Deere 4020 and air-cond.; Massey Ferguson 50 axle, 3 point hitch, 2 stage clutch; Cockshutt 80 tractor. COMBINE SWATHER: Massey Ferguson 92 com- bine ft. McRenn pickup; I.H.C. swather 12 ft. No. 201 S.P. TRUCK: 1965 Chev truck bus box and hoist, tow mileage. MACHINERY: I.H.C. 10' one way; 6' none plug packer; 12' I.H.C. fertilizer spreader; 6' cultivator pt. hitch; John Deere 10' side rake pt. hitch, I.H.C. dump rake; drag auger; 32' Robin 6' 1 hopper; 1 John Deere. No. 930 land leveller; automatic 6 bale stooker; New Holland No. 271 hay baler; 4 sections Diamond harrow and steel draw bar; 8 harrow steel drawbar; John Deere 14 ft. Model LL press drill at- tachment; I.H.C. 15 chisel plow; 15' Edward rod weeder attachment; 12' I.H.C. 3-row cultivator; Cockshutt 10' rod weeder; 10' Noble V-blade; 5 bottom John Deere hydraulic plow on rubber; 12 sections Diamond harrows drawbar cart; 3 yard farmhand scrapper; Myres hydraulic V-diicher; 3 pt. scraper; 2 bottom 3-pt. disc plow; Martin ditcher; John Deere 11" hammer mill; 32' weed sprayer; ft. pick up reel. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT: x 20' sprinkler pipe; x 5 paramount pump. FUEL AND WINTER TANKS: gal. fuel tanks 135 gal. slip tank and pump; 500 gal. water tank; 1000 gal. fuel lank and stand. SHOP EQUIPMENT: 1 hydraulic P.T.Q. system; gas welding outlit; Fourney 180 amp. welder; I.H.C. donkey engine; transmission filler; grease gun filler; tractor umbrella duals for J.D. 4020 tractor; snow plow for Iron! of tractor. HOUSEHOLD: Fr.igidaire electric stove. 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, or the owner AUCTIONEERS: Les Handley Fred Burton Roger Handley Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. Hi. 010121 ALEX JOE FETTIG FARM AUCTION SALE 5 miles south ol Grassy GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA Having bf en levourad with Inalructlont from Mr. Alex A Joe Fetllg who have retirad, we will offer for tele the following line of farm machinery aa lifted below, which It merely a guide end In no way a warranty or guarantee ai to condition or age and le subject lo editions, deletlone. errori or minor changes el you may find Ihem Ihe day of Ihe flit. TERMS: CASH THE DAV OF THE SALE, WITH SETTLEMENT IN FULL BEFOBE BEMOVAL FBOM THE FARM. TRACTORS: 1967 John Deere Model 4020 tractor with cab; 1 Garden tractor (big yellow by COMBINES SWATHERS: 16 ft. John Deere pull type swather; 1 Cockshutt Model 428 combine; 1 I H C No. 140 P.T.O. combine. TRUCKS: 1952 Fargo 2 ton truck with hoist x 20 10 ply tires; Dodge 3 ton truck stock racks, V8 motor. HAYING EQUIPMENT: 1 Case Model 200 baler; 1 Manual bale stooker; 1 Malco pop up bale loader; 1 Farmhand bale sweep, 1 rotary sythe; ft. bale elevator; 1 Oliver side delivery rake; Massey Harris Mower. MACHINERY: 1 Kirchner hydraulic ditcher; 1 Myres ditch filler; (t. surflex; bottom disk plow; bottom Case plow; It Crow Foot packer; ft. Massey Harris trash king cultivator; ft. Graham Holme plow; 1 Drill transport; ft. John Deere press drill; spring tooth cultivator; 1 Model R manure spreader; 1 Gandi fertilizer sprea- der; Massey Harris high wheel drill (for ft. rod weeder; 1 I.H.C. centre drive rodweeder; It. Noble blades; 4 Diamond har- rows bar; flexible harrows gallon weed sprayer; 2 Viking fanning mills (4 roll FUEL STORAGE TANKS: gallon fuel tanks, gallon fuel tanks; gallon water tank; gallon water tank. SHOP TOOLS MISC. ITEMS: post hole digger for 2 pt. hitch; grain auger, 16 ft.; 1 McLeod capacity grinder and Endles belt; 1 Cockshutt 10" grinder; 1 lawn mower; x 16 wheels 1 swath roller 160 Irrigation syphon tubes; 1 old buck rake; 2 catlle crates lor ton truck; 2 screw jacks; quantity of vertinary supplies; 1 electric fencer; 2 hog waterers; bird garden sprinklers 1 Garden Irrigation system; 4 leg tower; 1 Grain wagon; 1 Acetelyene welder and tips; 2 hyd- cylinders; 1 survey instrument; 1 blacksmith forge; 1 oil burner stock tank heater; approx. 400' of 1Vi" plastic hose; 14 telephone poles; self priming pump; 1 small table bench saw; H.P. 220 volt motor H.P. electric motor; 1 Stationary motor; HP. Briggs Stratton engine; quan- tity of snow fence; quantity of lumber; quantity of scrap and welding iron; wrenches; shovels; pliers; log chains and many more good shop tools and equip- ment too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES: 1 Electrolux vacuum cleaner; 1 Maytag wringer washer; 1 General Electric wringer washer and daily dipper; gallon electric hot water tank; burner gas ranges; 1 coal Furnace; 2 coal heaters; 1 office desk; 1 rocker; 1 Lazyboy chair and footstool; 2 large cribs and mattresses; 1 No. 20 propane tank; quantity of sealers, crocks and other good misc. articles. ANTIQUES: 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 table and chairs; 1 democrat; 1 set of Chambers encyclopedia, pub- lished in 1885. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA AUCTIONEERS: Les Handley Fred Burton Roger Handley Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 CARDSTON ELECTORAL POLLING SUB-DIVISION Poll No. 1. Del Bonita, Twin River Del Bonita School Poll No. 2. Magrath, Mclntyre.......... Magrath Town Poll No. 3. Welling L.D.S. Church Poll No. 4. Spring Coulee Spring Coulee Community Hall Poll No. 5. Woolford Alberta Wheat Pool Office Poll No. 6. Owondale, Taylorville, Kimball Owendale School Poll No. 7. Aetna.................'Edward J. Wood School Poll No. 8. Boundary Creek Boundary Creek School Poll No. 9. Cardaton.............. Edward J. Wood School Poll No. 10. Leavttt.......................... L.D.S. Church Poll No. 11. Beazer Elva Beazer Residence Poll No. 12. Mountain View MayBtaln View School House Poll No. 13. Hillspring Village of Hillapring Recreation Hall Poll No. 14. Glenwood Glenwood Village Office Poll No. 15. Utopia Cecil Blackburn Residence Poll No. 16. Twin Butte Twin Butte Community Hall Poll No. 17. Waterton Lions Community Hall Poll No. 18. Raymond Opera House Poll No. 19. Raymond South 0. Audenart Farm Poll No. 20. Stirling Scout House Poll No. 21. Blood Reserve White Calf Hall Poll No. 22. Blood Reserve White Calf fcall Poll No. 23. Blood Reserve................. White Calf hall ;