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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dateline Alberta Death blamed on neglect Council revived Saturday, March 2, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD SLAVE LAKE (CP) A coroner's jury has ruled that neglect caused by excessive liquor consumption caused the death of a five-week-old infant last December in this northern Alberta community. The in a recommendation made public Friday, said that the provincial health department investigate child care in the 'honife of the infant and -consider "the parents' drinking habits." The baby. Randy Paul Sawin, was found lying in about 2Vz feet of snow and RCMP, at that time, said it was believed a woman babysitter had dropped the infant while walking to her house. An RCMP spokesman said an official report of the inquest will be sent to the attorney general's department which will then decide if charges will be laid. Brewery ruling reversed EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Supreme Court's appeal division has reserved decision on a long-standing labor dispute surrounding Uncle Ben's Breweries of Red Deer. The dispute dates back more than a year and concerns which union should represent 25 workers at the brewery. The Board of Industrial Relations originally certified Local 250 of the International Union of Brewery, Flour, Soft Drink and Distillery Workers of America as the workers' bargaining agent. Last September. Mr. Jus- tice Michael O'Bryne overturned that decision, saying that Local 282 of the same union should have been certified, even though the international union favored Local 250. Local 250 is appealing Mr. Justice O'Bryne's ruling. No decision on pay bid EDMONTON (CP) No decision has been made by the University of Alberta governors on a request from the non academic staff association that its salary contract be renegotiated. Dr. Max Wyman. university president, said Friday. The association's request was presented at a board of governors meeting and discussed during a closed session, he said. The 27-month contract covering the of the association expires at the end of June. When signed, it provided a seven per cent general salary increase. Bicycle path planned EDMONTON (CP) The city will spend marking a 3.5 mile bicycle path which will make use of secondary roads and lanes. Mayor Ivor Dent announced Friday. He said if the path is used more will be done to upgrade it and added that has been set aside for the project. PERRY PRODUCE (Inventory Reduction) AUCTION SALE 1 Mile East and 1 Mile North of CHIN, ALBERTA THURSDAY. MARCH 7 LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Perry Produce we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to 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 before removal from the premises. TRACTORS: 1-Case Model 1030 Standard Tractor 100 H.P.; 1-M.M. Model 705 Standard 100 H.P. Tractor. Massey-Fergu son Model 97 new rubber and Power Steering IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT: Mile of 6" Main Line: Mile of 4" Lateral Line Risers: 1-Irrigation Cart: Approx. 200 Sprinkler Heads: 1-Continental Natural Gas Pumping Motor; 1-50 H.P. Electric Motor Jacuzi Irrigation Pump (Handles Vz ft. x 4" Lateral Line Risers: 2-Pumper Bouy: Selections of Misc. Valves and Tees. STORAGE TANKS: Gal. Single Compartment Fuel Tank; 1-1000 Gal. Water Tank. 1400 Bales of Good Wheat Straw MACHINERY: 1-4 Bottom Plow on Rubber: 2-Eversman Hydraulic Yard Land Scraper: 2-12 ft. I.H.C. Centre Drive Rod Weeders Hitch: 20 ft. of Flexible Harrows: 1-Allis Chalmers Oppel 148" Potato Mulcher: 1-John Deere 3 Ton Capacity Fertilizer Spreader; 2-5 ft. Packers: 1-4 ft. Packer; 1-Farmhand Bucket: 1-Front End Blade: 2-Old Double Disc; 1-Mayratn 27 ft. 6" Grain Auger Motor; 1-M.H. No. 10 Baler (comp- letely 1-Swather 1-Front End Push Off Stacker: 1-Road Grader: 1-Victory 6 ft. 3 Point Hitch Blade: 24' Bale Elevator; Rotoflex 20' wing style Cultivator. 1-Versatile 15 ft. S.P. Swather; 1-Malko Pop-Up Bale loader; Inland 6 Bale Automatic Stooker; Farmhand Bale Acculmator and Bale Fork; 1-McCormick 7 ft. Rotary Sythe: 1-NeufeId Lett Pump: 1-Kirchner 6 Row Beet Thinner on 3 point hitch bar. TRUCKS: 1-1964 Dodge Tag Axle Truck Cu. In. Motor and 18 ft. Steel Box Hoist Like New Tires: 1-1968 Ton Ford Ranger Truck Steering and Power Brakes and Automatic: 1-1958 Chev. 3 Ton Truck Way 14 ft. Beet Box and Hoist Soeed Transmission; 1-1970 Ton Ford 4 Wheel Drive Truck Micnelin Tires 10 ft. Low Camper; 1-1953 Fargo Truck Way Beet Box and Hoist; Dodge Truck: Fibreglas Camperette. SHOP TOOLS: 1-Hobbart 180 amp. Electric Welder; 1-Gas Double Stage Welder; Several Stationary Motors; Hydrauiic Pump Valves: Selection o? Pulleys: Large Quantity-of Machinery Repairs: Quantity of Scrap Iron: Quantity of Wrenches, Pliers. Socket Sets and many more good Shop Tools too numerous to mention. 1-S year oM Palamlno Gelding Gentle Saddle Horse 1-2 year old mare Coft Green Broke (Thoroughbred Slock) SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SBrVlWG THE SOUTH IT WHO OF (MOItr For further inf ormation phone 345-3534, or the owner OTTAWA (CP) After eight months in limbo, the Canadian Consumer Council is to be revived. Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray said Friday the government will announce within the next two weeks new and fresh terms of reference for the body set up in 1968 to advise the minister on consumer issues. Meanwhile, the council's, former chairman has expressed concern that its past record of criticizing the government's consumer track record will prompt cabinet to approve a much weaker body. "Senior faceless civil servants hiding behind the skirts of -the minister are effectively burying the Harold Buckwold said in an interview from his Winnipeg law office. Mr. Gray allowed the terms of all 18 council members to run out at the end of June. By August, he was reported as saying he expected to an- nounce the new members by fall. Mr. Buckwold said the delay has been caused by a con- troversy over how independent and outspoken the council should be allowed to be. He said most senior depart- mental officials have argued that the council should be smaller and report only to the minister, who would grant permission to publish their reports at his discretion. WANT NO CURBS The overwhelming majority of former council members felt the group should maintain its public presence and continue to make its reports public without prior departmental approval. The council was "a source of continuing embarrassment to senior department officials." they said Its 1972 report, released last June, referred to "bureaucratic foot-dragging" within the department on consumer issues and urged consumer advocates and activists to "prick the bal- loons -of lethargy" among politicians and consumer affairs bureaucrats. One of the council's last acts was to complete a report on the relationships between con- sumers and .the various government 'regulatory bodies, such as the tariff board, the Canadian Transport Commission and the National Energy Board. Department officials say that report is due to be made public within the next two weeks. Mr. Buckwold said the report seeks government appointment of public advocates to speak on behalf of consumer interests before regulatory agencies and boards. "It's been so long since we handed that report to the minister, I can't recall all the details of the recommendation." MOITC FUNDS SOUGHT The the department gave the Consumers Association of Canada (CAC) last spring for consumer advocacy is insufficient, he said. The only other project the council has under way is a contracted study on marketing boards due to be completed by Prof. James Forbes of the University of British Columbia by the end of March. The council maintains a suite of offices on the sixth floor of an Ottawa office building. It changed offices last two months after the council disbanded. Les Handle? lie to. 010120 AUCTIONEERS: Fr-cJ Burton la. 005615 Roger to. 010121 JOHNNY AMLIN FARM AUCTION SALE 4 Miles south of Skiff SKIFF, ALBERTA Free Pancake Breakfast a.m. TUESDAY. MARCH a.m. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Johnny Amiin who has sold we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, de- letions, errors or minor changes as you may finu the day of the sale. Terms: cash the day of the sale, with settlement in full be- fore removal from the farm. Special terms on harvest equipment as announced at. the Sale. Deere model 4020 tractor approx. 1300 hrs; 1-John Deere model 1010 tractor 1400 hrs; 1-Massey Ferguson model 95 tractor; 1-John Deere model D tractor; 1-garden trac- tor COMBINE Deere model 96 P.T.O. combine 1-Versatile 20 ft. swather P.T.O. G.M.C. Vz ton truck racks; 1-1967 Chevrolet 3 ton hoist and stock racks; 1-1964 Ford 4 ton truck and hoist and stock rack; 1-1947 Ford 3 ton truck; 1-2 wheel Holiday Trailer. 54 Brood cows some calves; 20 coming 2 yr. old heifers; 20 coming year- ling heifers; 20 coming yearling bulls. are all 3rd calf young cows with 4-3 yr- heifers to calve tor first time. These are choice breeding stock. Deere 1200 series one way; 1- 22 ft. Graham plow; 1-36 ft. Morris Rod Weeder; 2- Model 620 I.H.C. press drills 1-20 ft. Co-Op Crazy Harrows; 20-sections of Diamond Harrow draw bar-36 ft.; 1-rock picker; 1-64 ft. Versatile Weed Sprayer low tank; 1-6. ft. John Deere 3 point hitch mow- er; 1-7 ft. Massey Ferguson 3 point hitch double disc; 1-John Deere 4 wheel trailer 1-2 wheel stock trailer box 8'x4'x2': 1-2 wheel flat deck wheel trailer: 1-14' Macleod Hammer Mill; 1-J.D. PTO model 14 T Baler; 1-20 ft. bale elevator 1-16 ft. Noble Blade 1-10 ft. Double Disc 3- 16 ft. feed troughs; 1-10 ft. John Deere P.T.O. binder 1-5 ft. round wooden water trough; 1-3 point hitch P.T.O. post auger; 18 ft. of drag auger; 1-42 ft. Versatile 8" loader P.T.O.; 1-28 ft Snowco 6" loader; 1-Smith Roles bin sweeper: 1-John Deere front end loader; 1-3 h.p. B S motor; 1-12 h.p. Wisconsin motor: 1-WW cattle squeeze: 1-WW calf cradle. FUEL WATER wheel fuel wagon 500 gal. fuel tank: 1-300 gal. fuel tank; 1-1000 gal. water tank: 1-500 gal. water tank. SHOP TOOLS MISC. hand saw; 1-welder 180 amp; J-drill filler 12 volt: 1-air compres- sor: 1-wheel barrow: 1 anvil 3 hydraulic hoses: 1-vise; 2-battery chargers; 1-grinder; 1-1 ton hyd. jack: 1 -power drill; 1-fire extinguisher; 30 bundle of green shingle; wheel barrow; 1-paint sprayer hose and tank: 1-cement mixer; quantity of paint; quan- tity of chains-wrenches-sockets-shoveis-forks-spades- bolts-tools and many more articles too numerous to mention. 1-faol patch double clamp: quantity of lum- ber; 1-shop jack. macMnerr to MB at 1 pxm. Lh-mock 3 pjn. VET gun; 1-10 cc syringe; 1-Bur- dizzo Castrator; Trocar; Paint Stick: Tank Healer; Tank Heater.. HOUSEHOLD Encyclo- pedia set case: 2-beds mattress- es; 1-Viking refrigerator; 1-fold away couch; 1-laun- dry tub: 1-kitchen propane range: 1-propane heater; 1-chesterfield and chair; 1-electric cream seperator. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA 'tEtnmTIIE SOUTH IT WON (FttUTH For further information phone 345-3534, or the owner -irj Ha, 3 lit Fie- lie Outtli Roger Lit IK 010121 LES MARTHA BARTLETT FARM AUCTION SALE 3% South East of Wilton Siding on Highway No. 4 or 9 Milea South of Coaldale and Miles East of Wilson Siding. FRIDAY. MARCH a.m. Having been favoured with Inatructlona from Mr. Lea Birtlelt who hat retired we well offer for tale the following line of Farm Machinery aa listed below, which la merely a guide and In no way a warranty or guarantee w to condition or age and aubject to deletlona, or minor you may find them the day of the the day of the aale, with -ettlement In full before removal from the-farm. TRACTORS: 1966-4 wheel drive Cocks Model; 1950 GMC Motor-Turbo Charger, new Rubber Fender Tanks, Duel Hyd. PTO. COMBINES: 1970-555 Cocks Combine Cab, Air conditioning, 12' Melpo Pickup-Heston Chopper, Chrysler V8; 1960 M.H. Super No. 90 Cam Chopper Pickup. SWATHERS: 1970 Owatona No. 250 15 S.P. (Water Cool) J.D. 16' P.T.O. Swather. TRUCKS: 1967 Chev No. 950 2Vz Ton 6 cylinder miles, 250 Bushel Steel Box-Hoist; 1965 Ford No. 600 V8, 400 Bus. Steel Box, miles. Hoist Rollaway tarp. FERTILIZING AND SEEDING EQUIPMENT: 2-14 ft. John Deere 7" Space Bar Drills with transports Pert. Attach, (new 3-12' IHC Model 'B' Disc Drill-Hitch; 2 Cocks No. 628 Fert. Spreaders. TILLAGE: 1968-21' Cockshutt Tandem Disc-pans 16' Noble Straight Blade; 18' wide style Victory Blade; 2-12' Trashmaster Rod Weeder; 1970-36' Anderson Wing Style Rod Weeders; 1966-25' Cockshutt No. 249 Wing Style Chisel Plow; 1949-% Ton Truck Sprayer, 30' New Truck Motor, 7 H.P. B S Spray motor; 35' Sections Noble Packer with hitch; 30 ft. Crazy Harrows Ring; No. 225 Cockshutt 15' Wide Level; 6" Auger Auger Gal. Oval Water Tank; 1000 Gal. Water Tank with Pump on Truck; 100'Gal. Slip tank and Pump. SPECIAL: Simplicity 7V2 H.P. Riding Tractor Rototiller 4 ft. mower (new 1-7 H.P.; 2-B S 5 H.P.; 12 H.P.; 1 Self Propelled Lawn Mower; Hyd. Cylinders, Fanning Mill, 2 Lawn Mowers Standard Pick-up Guards and wind wide Pumps; Volume Guns; Grease Guns: Fanning Mill; 350 Plastic Hose; Garden Hose; Windows; Doors; St. Wall Tent. HOUSEHOLD; Kitchen Suite; 4 Chairs Buffets; End Tables; Betis; Dishes; Crocks; Children's Swings; Slides; Monkey Bars; many more misc. too numerous to mention. 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 LesHandley Lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS: Fred Burton Lie. NO. 005615 Roger Handley Lie. No. 010121 PETER JAKE LANGEMAN FARM AUCTION SALE 4 Miles North and Mile East COALDALE, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 11 A.M. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Peter Langeman who has retired, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to 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 before removal fiufii the farm. TRACTORS: SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT (Subject to delivery of new unit prior to sale time) 1-1964 Massey Ferguson No. 97-4 Wheel Drive Tractor and like new tires. 1-Super M I.H.C. Tractor 4625 hrs.; 1-Super A I.H.C. Tractor Row Beet Cultivator and hay mower and 16" Plow. COMBINES AND SWATHERS: 1-1967 Versatile Model 42 Pull Type Combine; 1-I.H.C. No. 62 Pull Type Combine Motor; 1-10 ft Cockshutt No. 414 Pull Type Swather. MACHINERY: 1-I1H.C. 11 ft. Rubber Tired Disc Notched Pans; 1-8 ft. John Deere Disc; 1-10 ft. John Deere Press Grain Drill; 1-I.H.C. Hammer Mill; 1-Malco Bale Loader H.P. Motor: 1-Malco Grain Auger Motor: 1-16 ft. x 4" Grain Auger; 1-Dump Rake I.H.C. Steel Wheels: 3-Sections of 'Lever Harrows: 1-2 Bottom Massey Harris Plow: 1-I.H.C. 10 ft. Cultivator: 1-7 ft. I.H.C. Cultivator; 1-10 ft. Land Packer; 1-24 ft. Versatile Grain Auger 1-I.H.C. 10 ft. Press Drill: 1-I.H.C. Rod Weeder: 1-I.H.C. Manure Spreader on Rubber: 1 -Meyers Ditch Filler: 3-Sections of Spring Tooth Harrows: 1-Massey Harris Potato Digger: 1 -Potato Planter: 1-John Deere 4 Row Corn Drill: 1-Jake Wall Wooden Land Levellor: 1 -Grain Cleaner: 1-I.H.C. Side Delivery Rake on Steel: 1-Grain Tank: 1-3 Point Hitch 5 ft. Blade: 3-Sections of Tine Harrows: 1-Hammer Mill Belt 50 ft.: 1-10 ft. John Deere Fertilizer Spreader on Rubber: 1-16 ft. 4 Wheel Flat Deck; 1-4 Wheel 14 ft. Fiat Deck: 1 -Garden Irrigation Unit consisting of 5 lengths of 40 ft. x 2" Pipe: 1 Gas Pump and Motor; Quantity of Plastic Pipe: 7-28 ft. telephone Holes: 10. nog beam scale: 1 -steel Molasses Tank: 2-Molasses Barrels: 1-90 Gal. Water Tank: 1-Steel Harrow Draw Bar; 1-'i Mile Chrysler Gas Power Unit. AUTOMOBILE: 1-1963 Valiant. Slant Six Four Door Automatic Car. (New Tires) SHOP TOOLS A MISCELLANEOUS: 1-Electric Motor; 1-Gear Pump; 1-Sump Pump: 2-Gas Pumps; 1 -Hydraulic Ram; Quantity of Poultry Feeders and Water Troughs: 1 -Chick Brooder; 2-Heavy Log Chains: 1-20 Gal. Cast Iron Feed Cooker: Quantity 01 Pliers. Wrenches and numerous Shop Tools too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD: 2 Unit Stainless Steel De Laval Milking Machine and lines and seven outlets: 1-Milk Cooler Unit Tank: 2-8 Gal. Milk Cans: Quantity of Household Articles. CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA for further information phone 345-3534, or owner AUCTIONEERS: Les Handley Fred Burton Roger Handley lit it .010128 Uc. ID. 005615 lit. to 010121 GEORGE STANKO SR. FARM AUCTION SALE 18 miles south of Lethbridge on Highway No. 4 to Stirling Junction and 5Vz miles east and 1 Va miles north or 2 miles west and 1V. north of Judson Elevators. THURSDAY, MARCH 14 JO a.m. FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST 9 A.M. Having favoured with from Mr. George Stanko Sr. who hat retired, we will offer for sale the following line of Farm Machinery lilted beiow, which ia merely a guide and in no way a warranty of guarantee aa to condition or age and it subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day o< the sale. TERMS: Cash the day of the sale with settlement in full before removal from the farm. Special terms on Harvester equipment as announced at the Sale. TRACTORS: 1967 Massey Ferguson Model 1130 Tractor Control Hitch Wheel Weights; 1966 Massey Ferguson Model 1130 Tractor Model LA Case Tractor Hydraulics; Massey Harris Model 30 Tractor; Garden Tractor and Cultivator. TRUCKS: 1965 Mercury Model 600 3 Ton Truck V8 motor-hoist and steel box, 2 speed axle. Cattle rack to fit 15 ft. steel box; 1960 Mercury Model 600 3 Ton Truck V8 Motor, 2 speed axle. Factory rebuilt motor; 1971 hoist and 15 ft. steel box; 1948 Chevrolet 1 Ton speed transmission; 1948 Chevrolet 3 Ton Truck and Box, 2 speed axle. COMBINES AND SWATHERS: 2-1968 Massey Fer- guson Model 510 Self Propelled Combines 12 ft. Pick Up speed control, Cab, Front end Beaters, Straw Choppers; 1966 Massey Ferguson, 16 ft. Model 36 Self Propelled Swather 4 cylinder motor; Massey Ferguson 16 ft. Pull Type Model 30 Swathers P.T.O. MACHINERY: 1-I.H.C. 7 ft. power mower lift; 1-John Deere 12 ft. Fertilizer Spreader; 1-New Holland Model 69 Baler Super Haylmer Motor Drive; 2-14 ft. John Deere Model 500 Centre Drive Rubber Tired Rod Weeders Hitch; 1- Duplex Cable Hitch 20 to fit J.D. Rodweeder; 2-14 ft. John Deere Model 500 Centre Drive Rubber Tired Heavy Duty Rod Weeders Hitch; 1-40 ft. Steel Harrow draw Bar Sections of Diamond Harrows; 1-18 ft. Jeoffroy Chisel Plow Frame Shank; 1-1967 Massey Ferguson Model 125 26 ft. Wing Style Cultivator; 6 Sections of John Deere Flex Harrows ft. Steel Draw Bar; 1-18 ft. Steel Draw Bar Section; 1-Massey Harris Power Bender (Rubber 10 Sections of Diamond Harrows; 2-John Deere 1200 Series Surflex 1-21 ft. Model K Nobleblade; 3 sets 7 ft. and Hydrau- lics; 3-12 ft. old Style field cult.: 1-1969 Mayrath 8" x 56 ft. PTO Grain Auger; 1-1968 Versatile Tandem Axle Weed Sprayer ft. Booms and 6 ft. Extensions Gal. Tank; 1 Cattle Oiler; 1-24 ft. Bale Elevator motor; 1-Smalley PTO Hammer Mill; 1-Model DH Rubber Tired 14 ft. Noble Blade; 1-Steel Wheel Straight Blade Model C 12 ft.; 2-Cockshutt Oneways: 1-10 ft. John Deere Spring Tooth Cultivator; 1-Model 953 John Deere 4 Wheel 20 ft. Flat Deck; 4-Lengths of 6" Auger Tubing; 1-Potato Digger; 1-Hog Chute; 2-Steel Stone Boats; 3-Old Style Grain Augers; 1-S'elf Propelled Swather Arrow Field Sprayer Gal. Tank ft. Booms; 1-Front End Mount Post Driver; 1-Rubber Tired Rock Wagon; 1-Home Made Bull Dozer to fit Cat or Wheel Tractor: 1-Robin 30 ft. Grain Auger; 1-Robin 32 ft. Grain Auger 1- Robin Drag Auger; 1-30 ft. of Land Packers 2-1966 I.H.C. 14 ft. Model 100 Press Drills Attach speed Attach; 1-Single Row Antique Potato Digger; 1-18 ft. Geoffrey Chisel Plow; 1-Rubber Tired I.H.C. Side Delivery Rake; 1-10 ft. Double Disc; John Deere Flexible Harrows. BUILDINGS ON SKIDS: 1-14 x 22 ft. Wooden Grain- ery; 1-12 x 14 ft. Wooden Grainery; 1-12 x 16 ft. Wooden Grainery; 7-16 x 30 ft. Wooden Grainery Walls all on skids. FUEL AND WATER TANKS: 1-1000 Gal. Single Comp. Fuel Tank Stand Hose and Nozzle; 1-1000 Gal. Double Comp. Fuel Tank Stand- Hose and Nozzle; 1-500 Gal. Single Comp. Fuel Tank Stand; 1-130 Gal. Portable Fuel Tank 1-500 Gal. Water Tank; 1-450'Gal. Steel Fuel Tank; 1-1160 Gal. Steel Water Tank 1-Antique Wooden Water Tank with Wagon; 1-Antique Grain Tank with Wagon SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS: (Exide Fast. 1 Battery 1-Stock Tank Heater; 2-Pump Jack; 1-Platform Scale: 1-3" x 10 ft. Auger Motor: 2-Fanning Mills with Elevator; Quantity of Lumber: 1-Saw Mandril with stand: 1-Post Drill; 3-25 Ib. Greasers; Quantitiy of Fuel Pumps; 1-Large Bench Vise; 10-Hydraulic Cylinders; Assortment of V Belts Hydraulic Hoses; 1-Gear Drive Gas Pumps: 1-3" Belt Drive Irrigation Pump; 1-Jayhawk Hydraulic Pump and Ram; 80 ft. of 220 V Electric Extension Cord; Quantity of Electric Wire: Quantity of Doors. Windows Plastic Hose; 1-Set of Water Skis: 1-Webster Paint Outfit Gal. Tank and Gun; 1-Small Gas Drive Irrigation Pump Garden Outfit; Quantity of Chicken Feeding Equipment: Quantity of Copper Pipe, Valves, etc.: 1-Homeant Jet Deep Well Pump: 1-Portable Comet Air Compressor; 1-Fourney Electric Welder 180 Amp.; 1-Wisconsin Gas Mower: Quantity of Chisel Plow Spikes 1-Delco 1 H.P. Electric Motor; 1-Acety- line Welder: 1-Cattle Dehorner: 1-Propane Torch with Tank: Drive Socket Set: 1-VT Drive Socket Set: 1-Drill Filler V Electric Motor; Quantity of Log Chains. Shovels. Forks, Hydraulic Jacks: 1-W Electric Drill: 1-Electric Impact Wrench; 1-Compression Tester: 1-Herbrand Gun Type Ignition Timer; 1-Tor- que Wrench; 1-Rivitor; 1-Beam Scale: Several Gear Pullers: Approx. 20 lengths of 2" and 1 Galvanized Pipe (average 20 1-Cattle Squeeze; Quantity of Burning Barrels: 1-McKinnon Spur Gear Chain Hoist. 1 Ton; 1-Steel Chain Hoist Stand: 1-1 Ton Chain Hoist Chain; 1-Garden Irrigation Berkley Purrp H.P. Electric Motor: 1-V Electric Wood Pane Quantity of Wrenches. Pliers. Saws: and many more articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES: 1-Propane Range: 1-Copper Wringer Washer: 1-Coffield Wrinoer Washer: 3-Single Double Deck Bunk Beds: 2-Double Size Double Deck Bunk Beds: Size Bed and Mattress: 5-Antique Coal Heaters: 1-Davenport Couch: 3-Antique Floor Stand Tables; 1-G.E, Electric Range (2V 1-20 Gal. Crock: 2-Surveying Instruments: 1-Electric Radio: 1-TV Antenna: Quantity of Fertilizer; Quantity of Plastic Sheeting; Quantity of Kitchen Chairs; numerous household and kitchen articles, ornaments. djshes. pots. etc. New and oJd. 1-Antique Bath. Sink anrt Tnitei 32 VOLT EQUIPMENT: 1-65' 3 Leg Tower 1-jacob Wind Charger: 1-45' 3 Leg Tower. i-Wmd Power Wind Charger; 2-Gas Drive Generators. 1-I.H.C. Cream with 32 V Electric Motor or Hand Drive; 1-Electric Motor" for Bealty Water Pump. Numerous Electric Motors: 1-G.E. 32 Volt Fan; Misc. convenors Bulbs. e1c. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX IDS, COALDALE, ALBERTA For further information phone 345-3534, or the owner AUCTIONEERS: Les Handle? Fred Burton Roger Handler lie. to. 005615 ;