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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IHHBRIDGE HERALD Scilurdny, Mtirtli 4, 1972 Pope feared kidnapping by Nazis 'ope VATICAN CITY in the News I'ius c.nifHleil liis foars that he would ho kiilnonwd (lie Nazis In till' Ik-muni ambas- sador in IMi. a Valk'an libto- nan IKIS disclosed, "'flic historian. Anu'vican .Its- Hw. Itobcrt Graham, said publishing the Vatican's Second Retail outlet CLARKSHOL.M recently approved n develop- ment permit for the Claivs- holni Press to construct a first fleor printing. luwl stationery retail outlet. There will bo (our one-bed- room suites on the second floor. ambassador, Ernst von wrote in an unpub- lished nicinoramlum that tho I'ope had lolci him of Ins fears in an audience in Ocolier, 1343, shortly after the Nmis occupied Home. Pope Pius told Wcizsackcr that he had heard from promi- nent Italians who had been told by German officials that if Iho Nazis were forced to evacuate the city, they would take the World War archives, made the disclosure in at; article to be published in the Jesuit mafia- zinc Civilla Cattolica, which was released today. The 1'opc added with a smile: "I stay Wc'.zsaclscr said. Father Graham, one of a Croup of scholars in charge o[ RUDY DYCK Gl'KKIULLA MONTEVIDEO, U r H R u a y (AP) The Inillct-riildleil body of a young man found to- day bearing a cant saying he had been slain by the Command of Tupanu'ro Hunters. Tlie or- ganisation is an extreme right- wing group organized to battle His leftist Tupamaro guerrillas. A police report said trie card on the body read: "Bullet (or bul- let, death for death. You also asked for mercv." TIVICHTON, England (AP) Archie Bice at IK! finally hart electricity installed at his remote farmhouse in Devon. But when he hit the swtlcli, nothing happened. nice waked three miles to the nearest telephone nnd complained to the electricity hoard. An engineer explained lie was a victim of the power cuts. "What asked Rice. "The culs, caused by the miners' said the elec- tric man. "What miners' de- manded Hice. Further conversation brought out that Rice didn't have a radio at home and hadn't read a newspaper in years. only modern thing on 1on Chevrolet truck, Slep side vith liecivy duly 3 speed Iransr and overload springs. model with hsion. Non- bine with hydroullc erhauled, yood rub- 15 MILES SOUTH AND 2'i MILES WEST OF GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA 16- 11 LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASK trie day of rhe sale, wilh settlement in full before removal from trie farm. Having been favoured from Mr. Rudy Dyck, who has retired from farming, we will offer for tale Ihe following lino of farm machineiy 05 listed below subjecr lo additions, deletions, errors cr minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS Deere Model A Irador wilh New Idea mode 501 front-end loader; Deere Model O frattorj 1--- 1954 John Deere Model R diesel Ir actor; 1 -1951 John Deere Model R diesel tractor. (Only 1200 hours since over- haul on both tractors.! TRUCK 1-1959 1 233 V8 motor spin differentii COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-1963 18 ff. John Dec re model 95 S.P. srraw chopper end cob. Variable reel di reel !ift, cell grate. Motor recently clean unlf. 1-John Deere 16 ft. PTO pull type iwather. Like beriied canvasses. Deere No. 36 combine MACHINERY 1 30 ft. rod with double ram ihonks; ft. Grahom Haeme wing style chisel plow with hi shanks. Late model, just prior fo bay frame style; ft. Noble hoe drills 9" spacing, complete with lihch; 1 hammer mill; hitch; pan disc horse mower; 1 drill; combine pick-up nylon fingers; furrow Massey Harris 16" ft. 3 gang crazy harrow; 1 Weecf sprayer wilh 40 ft. booms; mode Irailer ft. Mayralh ana in auger; T ff, Mayralh a rain auger with motor; 1 12 ft. Noble blo.d'e with 2 V blades hydraulic lift; 2-John Deere 16 ft. surflex tillers-1100 series; 1 -electric grain drill filler; 3 ft. rock picker wilh new hydraulic ram; Deere 27 ft. rod weeder atlach. FUEL TANKS 1 500 gallon fuel tank, single compartment, on steel itandj gallon double compartment fuel tank on sleel irand; 1-400 gallon upright fuel 1-135 gal. truck fuel 1onk pump. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS umbrella; Ib. greaser; truck tire; John Deere row crop Tirt> and rim; truck tires and rims; wheel (rear) 18x26" John Deere; 1 merest oir compressor, complete wilh hose; 1 electric err cm separalcr; quanlily of scrap iron; 2 sels open and box end wrenches; 2 of saclot wrenches; crescent wrenches plus a good selection of other small shop tools and other items 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 AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. 010120 lie. No. 005615 lie. No. 010121 RAY LA VALLEY 3 MILES EAST and 5 MILES NORTH OF COALDALE, ALBERTA TUES., MARCH 14fh 11 A.M. IUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH the day of tho sale, wilh settlement in full be- fore removal from the farm. Having been favoured wirh instructions from Mr. Ray LaValley who has retired from farming, we will offer for solo tHo following line of farm machinery as lilted below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of ihe sale. my farm is Ihe electricity, anil I'm beginning to wish I hadn't bothered with lie told tlie engineer. ATLANTA, (.In. (AP) Sporting a new loupce, U.- G ov. 1 t or M addox found himself >vilh an identity prob- lem. MHtldnx, who is bald, drove up lo his parking place near the .stale Capiiol Thursday, but a police oficer didn't rec- ognize him with the new hair- piece and refused lo him park until Maddox' identity was established. BRISBANE, Australia (Ren- ter) Australian barmaids arc f ighl ing for a top less bonus. Union secretary John Murphy said Friday: "They're mugs to bare Ihcir breasts for an Two B.C. Liberal MPs rap anti-Frencii group By DAN TUKNKR OTTAWA (CP) Two Lib- eral MPs from British Columbia ridings tore into a unnamed group of West Coast politicians SKELLEFTEAA, Sweden (Router) Student Olof Hed- Itind, 19, balanced on one leg for Irours, claimed a world record and said: "It was a bit boring." MEXICO CITY (Renter) Traffic police are refusing driving licences to long-haired youths, complaining 'it is dif- ficult to telf from their ident- ity photographs whether they are hoys or girls.1 wilh cab and dual wheels. TRACTORS 1-Case 930 Comfort King Iraclor Model A Iroclor Model LA. gas tractor COMBINE AND SWATHER 1 1968 Cockshuti 14 ft. self-propelled Model 431 combine 42" cylinder. Has been used very liltle less lhan 1900 acres, as farm has been rented for pasl 2 years. Deere No. 36 pull-type combine. John Deere pull-type swalher with hydraulic reel ond platform. TRUCKS 1 1954 Ford F-500 2 ton truck wilh 260 bushel box wilh hoist. 1 1951 Chevrolet Ion truck. 1-1947 Mercury 2 Ion truck 1-1969 GMC holf ton truck with 350 V-8 and automatic transmission with custom cab ond overload springs. Only miles. Exceptionally good unil. MACHINERY 7 ft. power mower; dump roke; sections diamond harrow! with hitch; 1-16 ft. Victory blade, fl. John Deere Model LZA hoe drills; 1-CC1L 18 ft. wide level; 3-scctions of (18 ft.) coil packers; 1.....42 fl. In- land weed sproyer; ft. Kraham Honme plow with rod weeder attachment; fl. CCIL crazy harrows; 1 13 fl. Oliver cultivator; 1-34 ft. Mayrath grain auger; ft. packer; end loader. WELDERS 180 amp electric welder. welder FUEL TANKS gallon fuel tank. 2-300 gallon fuel tanks. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS Miscelleanous lumber and fence posts; jack; ]--Log chain; volt battery charger; quantily of wrenches, sockets seli, pliers ond crescent wrenches; quantity of barrels; oiler; water trough with electric heater; pumps; quantity scrap iron; 2--sump pumps; quantily of socks and many more items too numerous arc being favored by the Tru- deau government. He saict that a detailed study of facts did not bear this out. 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 HANDUY lie No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 River sale gimmick to aid pollution EDMONTON (CP) Psst. Wanna buy some dirty river? Tlie Alberta Fish and Game Association has come up wilh the sales gimmick to finance a two-year, study of pollu- tion in the North Saskatclie River. The association Is seUing the river from its headwaters at Rocky Mountain House to tho Saskatchewan border for S50 a mile. Each buyer will receive a cer- tificate showing his contribu- tion although it won't show own- ership because rivers cannot be sold. The s t if d y is to pinpoint sources of mercury pollution by i analysing water and organism samples taken from various points, Wixsn specific polluters arc identified, they will be ap- proached with data on the con- tribution to mercury pollution, said Bob Kitchener, vice-presi dent of Lhe association. Statistics also will be provid- ed to the provincial water pol- lution control division and the city of Edmonton in the case of Edmonton polluters. Friday, accusing them of Ireing ariti-I'Ycncb, Bruce Howard, parliamentary secretary to Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin, and Paul St. Pierre, parliamentary secretary to External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, did not identify their targets. lint they obviously included members of Premier W. A. C. Bennett's Social Credit jovcmmenL Mr. Howard (0 k a n a s a n Boundary) said he had seen the same kind of prejudice in his province as had been evident in Quebec, "where Ihe disease of separatism has been used by sonic as a vehicle [or racism and for personal political gain." Mr. Howard spoke during sec- ond reading of a bill to renew the federal equalisation system whereby rich provinces give aid to their poorer neighbours. He said that some B.C. politicians don't seem to be opposed to equalization transfers to other English-speaking provinces. DIFFERENT ON' QUEBKC? But they did oppose giving any money to Quebec, even though that province received less than almost all the other recipient provinces on a per- capita basis. The bill received second read- ing, and will proceed to the Commons finance com.TJttee for detailed scrutiny. Mr. St. Pierre (Coast-Chilco- tin) said B.C. politicians have been making "irresponsible statements" aimed at showing that French-speaking Canadians Although Quebec had received more regional economic expan- sion grants than any other prov- ince on an absolut- basis, on a basis the province ranked only fourth. ..I Patrick Nowlau napolis Valley) chipped in that some people hi British Columbia apparently want to forget that (heir now-booming province re ccivcd a big subsidy from East- eni Canada during Ihe last cen- tury when taxpayers subsidized the building cf the Canadian Pa- cific Railway. Premier Bennett himself had been a product of the equaliza- tion system, said Mr. Nowlan. lie had been brought up In New linmswick and had been educated in a school system partially supported by equaliza- tion grants. Then lie had gone wesi to "do very well for himself." JIM GOODFELLOW WANTS WAIT SHORTENED OTTAWA (CP) A bill that would reduce to three yea rs i from five the residence n quireiment before an appl I cation for Canadian citizenship j can be marie was given firs I reading in the Commons, SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF FARM MACHINERY: Bank robbers get 10 years EDMONTON (CP) Four nen received 10 year sen- ences here Cor armed rob- >eries involving a bank and an illjerta Treasury Branch. William Bracey, of Burna- B.C., and Alfred Wayne Roberts, ZJ, no fixed address, received their sentences far the obbery of a bank of Montreal )ranch Feb. 8. Eugene Andrew Ostiguy, 29, if Vane o u v e r and Ralph Vraters, 36 of Calgary also got 0 years for robbing a treasury Branch Uio 5 ame d ay. E Idy Joseph Parranto, 27, no fixnd address, received seven years "or his part in the same rob- bery. Two Vane o u v e r women, charged in connection with the robberies received three year suspended sentences. Mary Elvn Briggs, 21, charg- ed with the treasury branch robbery, r.nd Rosalyn Chirka, 20 charged in the bank, holdup, were told that a condition oi their probation was that not associate with persons who are not acceptable lo your probation officer." NOBLE SALES SERVICE Noble Chisel Plows Noble High Clearance Drills Noble Blades Morris Rod Weeders Complete Line of Butler Buildings GSI AND FARMSTED Complete Service Facilities YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR OPENING ARCH 6th 1 1 th OCATED AT HOT AVE, A NORTH Nor ill Vietnam raps Nixon's visit to China HONG KONG (Renter) N'orih Vietnam made its firs clear allusion today to Presiden Nixon's visit to Ciiina, aecusinj him of trying to split tlic Com munist camp. The ofioial Hanoi ncv.'spapc Vhan Dan, in nn article signe iy Commentator, believed to b a lop Hanoi official, nlso hargcd that U.S. imperialism vas llic "No. 1 enemy of tho icoplcs of the world." It quoted verbatim from tlio inal communique issued after he presidential dentifying it as did not say (hat N'ixon had been to 2hina. The people of North Vietnam iiavc not been [old Ihat Nixon las been Lo Peking and seen liairman Mao Tse-tung and Premier Chou En-lai. Observers said that North Vietnam's omission of any men- tion of Nixon' visit lo China or any reference to Ihe joint Sino- Amcrican communique was an- other i n d i c a t i o n of Hanoi's objections to China's invitation to the president. SECOND I'EI.T TOKYO (Renter) A strong second io a week -was felt Friday in Ha- chiyjo Island, 156 miles off Tokyo, Ihe meteorological agency said. Police so far have reported no damage and casual- ties from the quake, which was not felt in (he Japanese captial. Tho island was hit Tuesday by the strongest quake in Japan since iOfrl. 9 MILES SOUTH OF SUGAR FACTORY TABER, ALBERTA TUESDAY, MARCH 7-10 A.M. FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST TO A.M. TERMS CASH wilh Eokllcmcnt in full Ihe day oF the sale, before removal from the premises. Special arrangements of cash the day of sale and balance on or before April T, 1972 on 1971 Case tractor and 1964 Case trader and cash day of safe and balance on or before June 1, 1972 on John Deere combine and both swarhers wilh possession only after payment has been mode in full. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Jfm Good- fellow, who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale ths following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you many IFnd them Ihe day of the tale. TRACTORS 1 197] Case 1170 tractor 451 Turbo motor with dual wheels. Rated 135 h.p. Used 330 hours. Hydraulics and P.T.O. with cab. Like new. 1--1969 COSD model 1030 Comfort King tractor with cab. Hydraulics ond P.T.O. Raled 105 h.p. Used only 720 hours, equipped wirh 1969 E-Zec on fronl end londcr with wide bucket. To be sold either wild or separate, as decided of the sale, AH is Chalmers D17 series 4 fractor with hydraulics and P.T.O. TRUCKS 1 1968 Chevrolet cob-over model 60 4 ton truck wilh 16 ft, 400 bushel box and hois! and saddle tanks with Gysler Tarp-frazer. G.M.C. 3 ton 1ruck wilh box and hoist. Exceptionally good condition. Used only miles, COMBINES AND SWATHERS 1-1967 John Deere 105 combine with 19 ft. pfalform with 14 ft. J.D. variable speed pkk-up table with slfow chop- per, cab. Exceptionafly clean unit. Has operated approx. 800 hours. 1 1965 Massey Ferguson 16 ft. self propelled swalher. Model 34. 1-1969 Cockshutt model 501 pull type swather. 18 fl. only done approx. 500 acres, like new condition, STORAGE TANKS gal. single compartment fuel tanks wilh steel stands; single com par I merit fuel tank; Wood 135 gnl. Vi ton fuel lank wilh pump; 1.....1900 gal. water tank; 1 3 00 f jel tank for 1? ton wilh pump; tjal. propane tank. MACHINERY Deere 100 series 24 ft. chisel plow; Ferguson No. 3 bnler with motor; 1 Ferguson 3 point hilch discer; ft. Victory Blade wing style; of John Deere (45 ft.) Tine Harrows wilh hydraulic lift; ft. M.M. oneway; Deere 1200 series 20 it. surflex; 1 16 ft. John Deere 1200 series surftex; of flexible harrows with steel draw barj 1__Farmhand side deliverp ruke; 1--Howry Berg bale loader; 1 41 ft. Mayrolh loader; P.T.O. drive or by motor; 1 ft. Mayrath grain auger with electric start molor; 1 12 Wisconsin motor; 1 1970 Morris B2-36 multtflex cultivator and rod weeder. 36 fl. wing styTej Deere 12 ff. rod attachments; 1 18 ff. wind reel; Deere duplex hitch for Surflex; hitch for J.D. rod weederj electric drill filler; treater; Deere model 11 7 ft. power mower; 1 1971 Versatile 300 gal, tank weed sprayer wilh 56 fl. booms; 18 ft. tandem doubls discer wirh hydraulic lifl; Ezee-On front end loader to fit 1030 Cose Irador easily adapted to other models and makes of tractors, (To be sold separate or Iractar, as decided at the 2CO gal. steel sprayer tank for Ion; hitch for 12 ft. drills; ft. I.H.C. model 100 drills with fertilizer attachments and duplex hitch; Steel hay ieelh for front end loader; 1 John Deere augerj saver No Sieve for John Deere 95 combine. Like new; Straw spreader for John Deere No. 95 combine; stone boat. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS hoppers; 1--Air tank; rack for Ion truck (1968 or 1-Set stock racks for 3 ton 1ruck; Ion chain hoist; 1-800 bushel canvas bin; Quantity of steel rods; Sleamer to fit Irnclor exhauit; 1 ton chnm hoist; -4 25 Ib. greasers; of booster cables) Screw ram; cylinders; pump; 1 1 ton hoist; I Acetylene welder; 1 Bench grinder; 1-Bench vise; bell; 1-Heol houser; 1-Pump jack; electric drill; sproyer; 1-Moislura Master meter. Like new; of hoof saw; voll booster battery; 1-Dinks air compressor; 1-Fire extin- guisher; puMer; Quantity of veterinarian supplies; Quantify of hog wire; Quantily of V blades; Quonlity of burning barrels; 1-Wooden itock for !i ion wide side truck; 3 100 Ib. propane tanks; Quantily of chains ond chain Ifghteners; 1-900 x 20 tire to fit 1955 G.M.C. truck with 6 bolt wheel; Several gas motors. M1SCEUANEOU5 1-Garden irrigation unit; 1-180 amp. Forney welder; 1-Sleel caltle rock for !i ton truck; 1-Hog self feeder (3 1 scale; Quantity of barb wire; Quantity of snow fence; Quantity of planks and lumber; Quantity of corral posls; Quantily of telephone posts; Approx. 350 ft. of 1" cable; Quantity of fence posts; (good Quanfify of Gfnr pullers; Grease guns; Balleries; Sledge hammers; Saws; Pick-up guards; Hydroullc jacks; Shovels and many more items loo numerous to mention. SEED GRAIN of certified Belsy barley; 1 I of regis- tered No. 2 Thokher wheol; of Redwood seed flaxi Quantity of nlfalfa seed. HOUSEHOLD cu. ft. refrldgeroiOF; 1 Stockholm electric cream sep- aralor; 1 cream seporalor; Boy lawn mower; 1 90 motorcycle; dual milking machinej triumph coal slovej Tabfe and chair sei; 1 Fripidairo 9 cu. ft. refrigerator; burner propano slave; 1 Eleclric wringer washer; Dominion safe 2' x 3> cheque wriler; cooker and numerous pols, pans, dishes, eic.? burner gos or propane cook .toves; 1-Water cooled air conditioner; 1-10 x 12 fl. tent; lers; 1-Wheelborrow- 1-Electric churn; 1-Speed nongle; 2 1 heoler. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COAIDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Furlher Information Phono 345-3534 or iSe Owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLiY ROGER HANDttY BURTON lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 016121 lie. No. 00561S 3-RDloli heater; ;