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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Rail talks deadlocked OrrAWA (CP) - Denying rumors of an immimcnt breakdown in talks, a labor department official said Friday tliat negotiations between the railways and non-operating rail unions will continue next week. Union officials have been saying informally that unless some agreement is reached before tlie end of this week they expected the talks to break off and go to conciliation. While there has been no sign of any such progress neither paiiy appears to have moved to leave the bargaining table. One union source suggested labor department mediators are de- termined to stall off a collapse as long as possible. The laboi- department spokesman said the key to the deadlock is situ felt to be the tentative contract, signed last December but never ratified, between the railways and Division Four union negotiators representing 20,000 shopcraft workers. The proposed two-year contract would provide a 15-percent wage raise but was rejected by five of the eight shop-craft unions. It had originally been seen as a possible pattei-n for an agiwment with the 56,-000-member non-op unions. DICAN EQUIPMENT LTD. GIGANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE  EVERYTHING SELLS  NO MINIMUMS  NO RESERVES -SALE AT- 1107 - 2 AVE. A. NORTH SALES LOT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FRIDAY, MARCH 19 9 A.M. SHARP Dican Equipment ltd. of Lethbridge or� ceasing their operation as Massey Ferguson Dealers, therefore their entire equipment inventory will sell at auction with no Reserves or Minimum Prices TERMS CASH or financing arranged on the spot to approved credit. Minimum of Vi down on day 6f sale will be necessary en all financed equipment. Combines will be financed interest free till June l$t, 1971. Massey Ferguson Finance Plan Personnel will be in attendance. Any further terms or changes will be announced at the sole. TRACTORS MF 180 Tractor. A-1 condition, 1542 hours. Femco Cob, 18.4 X 30 tires, multipower transmission; MF 97 Diesel Tractor, reconditioned and repainted, dual hydraulics. Power steering, 1796 hrs,; MF Diesel. Ser. No. 23701153. Hydraulics, power steering, repainted. Good condition; Cocl