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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 6, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDOI HERALD - 23 Officials getting pre\ for anti-seal hunt protests By STEPHEN SCOTT NEW YORK (CP) - Canadian government offices in the United States are preparing themselves for the annual on-' slaught of anti-seal hunt protests. Indications are that the protests, involving Air Canada as well as the Canadian embassy In Washington and the consulate here, will not be as bad as in the past. Pickets from the friends of animals inc., the conservation organization that has caused the greatest outcry against the St. Lawrence Gulf seal hunt during the last several years, patrolled outside Air Canada and consulate offices here during the weekend. But Alice Herrington, president of friends (it uses no capitals in its name) said the protest was small compared with those of tiie past. "All your government does is send mimeographed lies in response to' protest," she said Tuesday. STARTS PHONE DRIVE Friends, which is taking four or five children out on the gulf ice March 7 to provide news media with a stark contrast to the killing of the seal pups later, has started its annual Telephone Against Cruelty campaign against Air Canada and Scandinavian Airlines. "Our members and the public are urged to call the two air-linies to express concern over the coming massacre," a friends statement says, "and to indicate a desire to fly to the Gulf of St. Lawrence to see the seals-if only they weren't going to be killed." She said the airlines were selected because they are major American dollar earners for Canada and Norway-both of which participate in the annual seal hunt off Labrador. An Air Canada spokesman said the company offices here have received about 150 protest calls since Feb. 2. There were only two on Tuesday. "Our people listen for a while and then refer the callers to the Canadian consulate," he said. EXPECT INCREASE He and a consulate spokes- Airport Him star brands it 'juntf TORONTO (CP) - Burt Lancaster says Airport, a movie he played a lead role in and which has been nominated as the best movie of 1070, is a "piece of junk." The United States movie star said in an interview: "I don't know why it's nominated. It's the biggest piece of junk ever made." The movie has been nominated for 10 Academy Awards. Mr. Lancaster was here to publicize his latest movie, Valdez is Coming. Rose trial rescheduled for Monday MONTREAL (CP) - Court proceedings were proposed again Friday in the trial of Paul Rose, charged with the non-capital murder of Pierre Laporte, because of a blizzard Thursday which has made roads in the city almost impassable. The trial is scheduled to resume Monday. Rose, 27, his brother Jacques, 23, Francis Simard, 23, and Bernard Lottie, 19, are all charged with abduction Oct. 10 and the strangling Oct. 17 of the Quebec labor minister. The other three suspects are to stand trial April 13. man said it is reasonable to expect an increase in protests as the March 12 date for the start of the seal hunt starts. Housing agency reduces rates OTTAWA (CP) - Central Mortgage and Housing Corp., the federal financing agency, announced Friday a reduct ion in its lending rates to 8% per cent from 9% on loans for new and existing housing. Effective Monday, the lower rates for the agency's direct loans follow the pattern set this week by the. Royal Bank of Canada on mortgage loans. The effective rate for government-insured mortgages' under the National Housing Act thus is down from a peak of more than lOVi per cent last spring to a range that applied in late 1968. SAM M0UNE FARM AUCTION SALE 1 mile W., 2 miles N., - V* mile E. of BARNWELL TUES., MARCH 16th -11 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Haing been favoured with instruction* from Mr. Sam Moline who hat said hit farm, we will offer for tale the following lino of farm machinery at listed below subject to additions, deletiont, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the tale. TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm. Any special arrangements on tome of the larger equipment will be announced at the tale, with possession only after payment has been made in full. TRACTORS 1-Case Model 730 tractor, live pto, only 725 hours 1- Allis Chalmers Model B tractor with cultivator TRUCKS 1 - 1964 Ford Vi ton with V8 motor, stock racks 1 - 1950 Mercury 3 ton truck with 2 way beet box COMBINE-SWATHERS 1- Massey Harris Super 27 combine with pick-up and reel 1-Case 10-ft. swather, pto 1-Massey Harris 12-ft. swather, pto MACHINERY 1-IHC 14-ft. grain drill; 1-Model 64 John Deere beet planter; 1-Farm Hand beet harvester, 2 row; 1- Kirchner beet topper; 1-17" hammer mill (new), pto, Smalley; 1-4 row beet thinner; 1- Jeoffroy chisel plow; 1-3 bottom Cockshutt plow; 1-6" grain auger 24-ft. long, pto; 1-4" grain auger 16' long; 3-section Farm Hand harrows, flex.; 4-section Diamond harows; 1-Cockshutt manure spreader; 1-Vicon wheel rack; 1-fertilizer spreader, pto; 1-weed sprayer with 150 gal. tank, 32 ft. booms; 1-John Deere 7 ft. mower; 1-Kirchner Ranch King loader with manure bucket and fork; 1-500 gallon gas tank; 1-ditcher; 1-8-ff. disc; 1-land packer,- 1 - 50-ft. 6" belt. Additional farm machinery may be added to this sale consigned by a close neighbour pending rental arrangements being completed by sale date. Check radio al-vertisement. SPRINKLER EQIUP. 1-Allis Chalmers pumping unit (gasoline or natural gas); over Vi mile of lateral irrigation pipe including . . . 68-40'x 4" pipe, 20-new 30'x6" pipe, 1-pipe trailer, U-20'x6" pipe. 8-40'x3" pipe. MISCELLANEOUS 1-large grain grinder; I-small grain grinder; 1-Blacksmith forge and anvil; 1-motor (used very little); 7-rolls of page wire; 1-Stilsen scales,- 1-Jack-all jack; 1- garden planter,- 1-chain hoist; 1 - 16' truck wheel; 1-circular saw; rolls of barb wire; 1 - 14" car wheel; 5-20-ft. lengths of gas line; 1-Jet water pump, Vi horse Jacuzzi; saws; wrenches; emery wheels; hammers; chains and many more items too numerous to mention; 1-folding couch; 1-chesterfield and chair. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE LTD. BOX 105, COALDAIE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information Phone 345-3534 LES HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS: ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010121 FRED BURTON Lie. No. 00561S AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: Anyone looking for good equipment this Spring would be well aa'vised to attend this sales as most of Mr. Moline's machinery has been well looked after. The friends said last that about a half-dozen youngsters would be taken on the ice. But Miss Herrington, admitting that "parents are troubled" said Tuesday she is only certain of four youngsters making the trip. The group's statement eaid the four will be offered a "farewell" took at the natural beauty and life on the Gulf. "The presence of the teen-age students who will inherit this world of ours will dramatize that before and after of a shocking crime against nature-the murder of hundreds of thousands of harp seals." It said that harp seals are in danger of extinction but adds that the point at issue is the "brutality of the slaughter and the uselessness of it." "There is not a single product obtained from the oceans' mammals which does not have a satisfactory substitute." Canadian films win LONDON (CP) - Two Canadian films have won awards from Britain's Society of Film and Television Arts. The Sad Song of Yellow Skin, produced by the National Film Board of Canada, won top prize for the best documentary film in 1970. The film is a view of Saigon in the shadow of war. William Mason of Winnipeg, a free-lance producer, won an award for The Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes, which he wrote, directed and photographed for the NFB. This production, which deals with the history and geography of the Great Lakes, was considered the best specialized film for 1970. REDUCE WASTES - W. W. Gillespie, president of the Canadian Lumbermen's Association, said In Montreal the industry must find ways to utilize more of the tree. Commonwealth committee complete flop OTTAWA (CP) - External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said here the eight  nation Commonwealth committee on maritime defence in the Indian and South Atlantic oceans will never meet. Canada is a member of the comtmi'.tee. Nigeria and India have withdrawn from the committee established b y Commonwealth prime ministers at Singapore in January to take the heat out of the British-arms-for-South Africa issue. Since the Singapore meeting, Britain has announced a sale of military helicopters to South Africa. Mr. Sharp said in a Commons reply to Heath Macquarrie (PC -Hillsborough) that Canada will not take any initiative to drop out of the committee even though it will not meet. ALEX WIRZBA FARM AUCTION SALE 3 Miles West and 1% Miles North of KIPP, ALBERTA or 1 Mile East of Nobleford en Highway No. 23 and Highway No. 3 then VA Miles North TUESDAY, MARCH 9-11 A.M. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Alex Wirzba who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subiect 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 farm. Any special arrangements on some larger equipment will be announced at the sale, with possession only after payment has been' made in full. TRACTORS 1-Massey Harris Model 44 special gas tractor with Farm Hand model F-16 front end loader. 1-1965 Major Super model diesel tractor. 56 H.P. - live PTO, 2 speed PTO - Power lock trans. - Live hyd. - 3 point hitch. 1-I.H.C. model 650 diesel - Motor all overhauled recently-Good tires - Cab - live hydraulics. TRUCK 1-I.H.C. model 180 3 ton truck. Motor recently overhauled. 2 way 14 ft. beet box - 9x20 tires on rear. COMBINE and SWATHER 1-Massey Harris Super 27 14 ft. self propelled combine. 1-1.H.C. Model 161 12 ft. self propelled swather with water cooled motor. FUEL TANKS 1-500 gal. double comp. fuel tank. 1-300 gal. double comp. fuel tank. MACHINERY 1-36' weed sprayer; 1-Malco pop-up baler; 4-sections of heavy duty diamond harrows; 1-I.H.C. 10' press drill; 1-I.H.C. 4 bottom 14" mouldboard hydraulic plow; 1-5 ft. Crowfoot packer; 1 - 14 ft. I.H.C. press drill with fertilizer attachment good condition); 1-3 point hitch filler; 1-I.H.C. 10 ft. rod weeder; 1 - 14 ft. John Deere rubber tired model 500 centre drive rod weeder; 1-I.H.C. 17 ft. chisel plow; 1 - Neufeldt 10 ft. land leveller with steel roller; 1 - John Deere side delivery rake; 1 - 10 ft. field cultivator; 6-sections of diamond harrows; 1-2 wheel truck box trailer -6.50x16 heavy duty tires;l-Versatile 34 ft. auger with Briggs and Stratton motor; 1 - 12 ft. Victory hydraulic blade; 2-4 wheel rubber tired wagons,- 1-threshing machine, McCormick 22x38; 1-John Deere model 10-A hammer mill; 1-like new drive belt; 1-2 furrow 3 point hitch olow for Fordson; 1-heavy duty hydraulic V ditcher; 1-John Deere 19 ft. double disc; 1-3 point 8 ft. cultivator; 1-24 ft. bale loader with electric motor; 1-20 ft. 4" Allied auger with electric motor. SPRINKLER EQUIPT. 33-6'x30' main line (Oliver & Ireco); 11-6"x30' main line with valve opening couplers; 1-pipe trailer; 33-Oliver 40'x4" lateral line with centre risers; 12 Ireco (new 1970) 40'x4" lateral line with centre risers; 11-Berley B4JRBMCCW 6' PTO pump unit. SHOP TOOLS and MISCELLANEOUS 1-power table saw; 1-cement mixer; 1 - 100 lb. propane cylinder (part full); 1-portable farm air compressor with 3.i H.P. electric motor; 1-1 ton chain hoist; 1-heavy duty leg vise,- crow bars - shovels - log chains - cable - forks - clevises - chain tightener - hylraulic cylinders - grease guns - oil cans - Jack-all jack - quantity of belts - quantity of air compressor hose - paint - belts - sockets - quantity of cement blocks - quantity of used lumber, 2x6 and other dimensions, corral poles, 6x6. WATCH CHANNEL 7 TV AT 5:57 P.M. FOR UP-TO-DATE REPORTS ON AUCTION SALES FOR THE COMING WEEK. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE 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. No. 010121 Sea fishing areas to he sealed off OTTAWA (CP) - Beginning next Wednesday, no nation can establish a new. fishery inside Canada's 12-mile fishing zone, Fisheries Minister Jack Davis announced Friday. He also told the Commons that nations with traditional fishing rights in Canada will not be allowed to step up their activities. Mr. Davis also announced a phasing-out of traditional foreign fishing operations beginning Wednesday. The phasing-out operations would affect France, Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Denmark and Norway. The program would be complete by the mid-1970s. It would take several years to complete the termination of the traditional rights. But this was the "best, most orderly way" of proceeding. FEAR 'GEAR CONFLICT' Mr. Davis also said he has asked Spain, Norway, Portugal, France, Denmark and the U.K. to stay 12 miles from Canadian shores along certain sections of Canadian coast whenever' there is likely to be a "gear conflict." Such a conflict would occur when larger foreign fishing vessels interfered seriously with smaller Canadian inshore fleets. John Lundrigan (PC�-Gan-der-Twililingate) warned that there will be a "flare-up" if Ottawa doesn't take effective action. He said the external affairs department has been reticent about the proposed limits and "lax" in advising other countries of them. Tom Barnett (NDP-Comox- START NEW SHIP , COLUNGWOOD, Ont. (CP) - Work has started on construction of a Great Lakes bulk carrier which will be the largest ship ever built at the Collin gwood shipyards division of Canadian Shipbuilding Engineering Ltd. U. SAWA FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE WEST AND 1 MILE SOUTH TURIN, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, MAR. 10-9 a.m. FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST 9 TO 10 A.M. Any special arrangement* on some of the larger equipment will be announced at the tale, with possession only after payment has been made in full. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Sawa who is retiring from farming, we will offer for sale the following lino of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS 1-IHC model 650 diesel tractor with live hydraulics and power steering. Motor all overhauled in 1970. New sleeves, bearings. 1-IHC model 460 row crop tractor with 3 point hitch. Good condition. I-IHC model C tractor with beet cultivator and digger. 2-John Deere model A row crop gas tractors with beet cultivators. 1-IHC model B414 diesel row crop with 6 row cultivator and front end loader. (To be sold as unit or separate as announced at sale.) TRUCKS AND CAR 1-1968 IHG 3 ton truck with beet box and hoist. 1-1969 IHC half ton 1100 series with 4 speed transmission, V8 motor. Good condition. 1-1948 GMC 3 ton truck with beet box. 1-1953 GMC 3 ton truck with beet box. Reconditioned motor in 1969. 1-Fargo half ton truck. 1- Pontiac Strato Chief car with good motor. Needs transmission repair. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-Massey Harris model super 27 self propelled combine with pick-up. 1-IHC 12-ft. PTO swather. . MACHINERY 1-Kirchner V ditcher, hydraulic; 1-1968 IHC model 37 12-ft. hydraulic rubber tired double disc; 1-10-ft. Hydraulic Graham Hoeme plow with Edwards rod weeder; 1- Tumble bug; 1- John Deere 6 ft. one way; 1-John Deere steel wheel manure spreader; 1-John Deere dump rake; 1-John Deere 5-ft. horse mower No. 4; 1-IHC horse binder; 1-John Deere 10-ft. double disc; 1-grain tank; 1-IHC 12-ft. press drill; 12 sections of diamond harrows; 1-steel draw bar; 1-flat deck trailer; 1-Mayrath weed sprayer; 1- Mayrath grain auger with Briggs and Stratton motor and chain hoist; 1-John Deere field cultivator/ 2-sections of crowfoot, packers; 1- pipe packer; 1-John Deere 3 bottom plow; 1-land float; 1-Myers ditch filler; 1-John Deere tandem 14 ft. disc, rubber fired, hydraulic lift; 1-Myers ditcher; 1-John Deere 10 ft. press drill; 1-Dixie 4 row beet thinner; 1-Kirchner land leveller; 1-Neufeldt land leveller; 1-John Deere 7" power mower. HOUSEHOLD 1-22-ft. Viking deep freeze; 1-18-ff. Zenith deep freeze; 1-13-ft. IHC refrigerator; 1- ranch style chrome kitchen table; 11-kitchen chairs; 1-buffet set; 1-sectional couch; 1-Burroughs adding machine (totals to' 1 million); 1-wooden filing cabinet; 1-chest of drawers; Several lawn chairs; 1-portable sewing machine, deluxe model, like new. POTATO AND BEET EQUIPMENT 1-1965 Gemco 2 row model 520 beet harvester with separate Gemco 2 row topper unit; 1-1969 6 row 3 point hitch beet cultivator (Kirchner); 1 - 1968 Kirchner 4 row beet thinner; 1- Dalman singe row model DX potato harvester with 4 cylinder Wisconsin air cooled motor. In good condition; 1-John Deere 2 row potato planter; 1-2 row vine whipper (heavy duty) 1-4 row John Deere No. 12 beet drill; 2-IHC beet carts; 1-potato field bagger and grader; 1-John Deere 2 row potato planter on steel wheels; 2-Dolman 14-ft. potato boxes with electric drive unloader; 1- Lileston model 2000 potato combination hiller-cultivator. 3 point hitch; 1-potato piler and electric motor. 1-1968 Lockwood model 914 serial no. 13230-6 2 row potato harvester. In very good condition. I-Milestone potato teed cutter model 18 with teed treater box (like new). These two units listed subject to prior sale or holdback pending uncompleted arrangements at time of listing. 1-1969 IHC model 185 4 row beet drill with side dresser fertilizer attachment to fit Kirchner bar. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 1-IHC model UB 264 propane power unit with Berkley pump; 100-40'x4" lateral pipe with centre riser,- 28-30'x6" main line with valve opening couplers; 28-30'x6" main line; 1-large pipe trailer; numerous other valves; quantity of syphon tubes (approx. 20). Sizes 2", 1" and Vt"; 1-electric drive 1 h.p. garden pumping unit. FUEL AND WATER TANKS 1-500 gallon double comp. fuel tank; 2-500 gol. single comp. fuel tanks-with steel stand; 1-90 gal. light delivery feul tank with quart-a-stroke pump; 1-45 gol. light delivery fuel tank with quart-a-stroke pump; 1-500 gallon water tank. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 1-Atlas electric table saw; 1-industrial heavy duty Vi h.p. electric drill; 1- Vi h.p. electric drill; 2-5 h.p. gas motors; 4-hydraulic cylinders; 1-bench grinder - double end with 1 h.p. motor; 1-bench vise; 1- sej of half ton stock racks; 90 gallons of Royalite engine oil; 1-propane torch; 1-propane tank; 1-wheelbarrow; 1-power lawn mower; 2-platform scales; 1-30 ton hydraulic jack; 1-large garden roto-tiller; 8-heaters; 10-beds; dishes, chairs, picks, shovels, forks, chains, jacks, hammers, saws, beet hoes, irrigation dams, truck tarps, barb wire, posts; quantity of 1" x8" new lumber approx. 10,000 board feet; and many more items too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This Is an exceptionally large sale of farm machinery consisting of a good choice of irrigation equipment as well as potato and beet machinery. Plan now to attend this large sale if you are in need of good farm equipment this spring. WATCH CHANNEL 7 TV AT 5:57 P.M. FOR UP-TO-DATE REPORTS ON AUCTION SALES FOR THE COMING WEEK SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information Phone 345-3534 Remember the weather is no problem in our plastic tent AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY ROGER HANDLEY FRED BURTON Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 010121 Lie. No. 005615 Albemi) said there was no indication of what the government intended to do beyond the 12-mile limit in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Mr. Barnett also said the complex Atlantic situation points up the fact that Ottawa should avoid recognizing any "traditional" fishing rights for foreign fleets on the Pacific Coast. WALDO ROSS FARM AUCTION SALE 2 miles N. on Calgary Road and 6 miles W. on Spring Point Road, FORT MACLEOD. M0N., MARCH 15th - 12 NOON LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favored with instructions from Mr. Waldo Ross who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subjected to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. Any special arrangements on some of the larger equipment will be announced at the sale, with possession only after payment has been made in full. TRACTORS 1-1964 Massey Ferguson Model 95 Diesel Tractor. 1-1963 Minneapolis Moline Five Star Gas Tractor with Robin Front End Loader. 1-1951 I.H.C. Model WD 9 Diesel Tractor. TRUCK 1-1959 I.H.C. % Ton Pick-up. SWATHER 1-Massey Harris PTO Swather. MACHINERY 1-10-ft. Minneapolis Moline One Way; 2-John Deere 16-ft. One Ways; 1 -16-ft. Graham Hoeme Cultivator; 1- 1965 Massey Ferguson Model No. 10 Baler; 2-12-ft. Noble Blades; 1-1964 John Deere Hay Rake; 1-7-ft. John Deere Mower; 1-7-ft. I.H.C. Mower; 1-Set of 20-ft. Craxy Harrows; 2-Stook Hay Barges; 1-Bale Loader on Wheels which attaches to truck; 2-Grain Augers 31-ft. with 8 h.p. motors; 1 - Linden Hydraulic Post Driver with 4 h.p. motor; 1- Caulkins Rod Weeder; 1-Front End Loader with Manure Bucket for Massey Harris Tractor; 1-12-ft. John Deere OneWoy;. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1-John Deere Hammer Mill; 1-Webster Paint Sprayer; 1- Electric Grinder; 1-Chain Hoist; 1-Cement Mixer; 1 - Bench Vise; 2-Hydraulic Cylinders; 5-16-ft. Steel Feed Troughs; 1-Self Hog Feeder - 100 bushels; 1-Wheel Bar-row; 2-Tents; 1-Car Top Carrier; 1-Bicycle; 1-32 Volt Electric Motor,- 1-32 Volt Water Pressure System; 1-Emery Wheel and Buffer; 1-Radio; 1-Coke Mixer; 1-32 Volt Switch Box; Hammers; Saws; Long Chains; Wrenches; Harnesses. And many more too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This Is a good farm sale to attend. Additional farm equipment may be added to this sale pending arrangements incomplete at tint* of listing. Listen to radio and watch for newspaper advertising. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phono 345-3534 or the Owner LES HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010121 FRED BURTON Lie. No. 00561S HERMAN JOHN FARM AUCTION SALE 3 miles north - 2 miles west - 1 mile north of the White Rose service station MAGRATH, ALBERTA THURSDAY, MAR. 11-10 A.M. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favored with instructions from Mr. Herman John who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subiect to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with settlement In full before removal from the farm. Any special arrangements on some of the larger equipment will be announced at the sale, with possession only after payment has been made in full. TRACTORS 1-John Deere diesel tractor model 4010 with cab. 1-John Deere model D gas tractor. TRUCK 1-1949 International % ton truck. COMBINE 1-Cockshutt model 428 combine with 16 ft. header. STORAGE TANKS 1-1000 gallon fuel tank 1- 250 gallon fuel tank 1- 500 gallon fuel tank 1- 90 gallon oil tank 1- 300 gallon water tank MACHINERY 1-1962 John Deere 14 ft. hoe drill, model LZB; 1-Coekshutt 12 ft. cultivator; 1-16 ft. John Deere one way discer; 1-14 ft. Calkins rod weeder, centre drive; 1-14 ft. chain link harrows; 1-10 ft. double disc; 1-5 bottom John Deere disc plow; 1-8 ft. Graham Hoeme cultivator with rod weeder attachment; 1-8 ft. Victory rod weeder; 1-10 ft. dump rake; 1-17 ft. John Deere mower; 1-21 ft. Mayrath loader; 1-1969 35Vi ft. loader with 12 H.P. motor, electric start; 1 - 15 bale hay stooker; 1_Farm Hand bale buncher; 1-14 ft. I.H.C. No. 6 centre drive rod weeder; 1-35 ft. Mayrath sproyer; 1-Viking Fanning Mill with electric motor; 1 - 14" hammer mill; 1-John Deere motor; 1 - 1968 Noble Blade 17 ft. model HC 17 A. MICEUANEOUS 1-Platform scale; 1-acetylene welder; 1-cement mixer; 1-large safe; 1-small safe; 1-Kemp seed treater; 15-45 gallon fuel barrels; 1-power saw; 1-hand cream separator; 1-bench vise; 1-set of sockets; 1-5 ton hydraulic jack; 1-1 ton chain hoist; hammers - sows - wrenches - wire stretcher - log chains - shovels - forks - bolts - rope - wire and many more items too numerous to mention. FURNITURE 1-Viking record player combination; 1-Britannica encyclopedia set; 1-Winston enyclopedia set; 1-Universal encyclopedia set; 1-complete bedroom suite; 1-Frigidaire refrigerator, 9 cubic feet; dishes, cooking utensils; 1-10 gallon crock; 2-5 gallon crocks; 1-4 gallon crock; 1-cabinet; 1-arm chair; 2-occasional choirs. AUCTIONEERS NOTE This Is a good Farm Sale to attend as the variety as well as condition of machinery is good. WATCH CHANNEL 7 TV AT 5.57 P.M. FOR UP-TO-DATE REPORTS ON AUCTION SALES FOR THE COMING WEEK. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA For Further Information Phone 345-3534 or the Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 ;