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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 - THI IETHBRID0I HERALD - Saturday, March 13, 1*71- Doctor to study henpecked men LONDON (AP) - A leading British psychiatrist set off for New York Friday to find out -in his own words-whether American men are still henpecked and dominated by women. Dr. Joshua Bierer, editor of the International Journal of Social Psychiatry, made the henpecked observation on a . visit in 1964, stirring up a controversy. "I hope the situation has changed since then," he said. "America was then a father- Britain records big trade loss in February LONDON (AP) - Britain added up a world trade loss today of �163 million ($151 million) during February but the government said the figure had little meaning because of distortions caused by the British postal strike. 1Tie February deficit in trade compared with a �12 million loss in January. British overseas trading has been averaging a loss of about �9 million a month for the last three months. But with earnings from so-called "invisibles"- business services and interest-running a surplus of about �50 million a month, Britain's current account continues in the black. less society in my view because men simply did not assert themselves." Bierer said the father in'a family has to be a strong and positive figure so that his sons could rebel against him. "It is natural for sons to rebel against their fathers," he added. "If they are denied this natural outlet the sons become frustrated and take to violence or even drug addiction." Bierer said that if American fathers asserted themselves more there would be fewer violent demonstrations by the young on such issues as Vietnam. "They have been forced to look on President Nixon and his government as the authoritative father they lack," he remarked. Bierer, 71, is the father of two young children. New variety of rapeseed OTTAWA (CP) - Richard R. Southam (PC - Qu'Appelle-Moose Mountain asked the government yesterday whether a new variety of rapeseed being developed in California will be ready for spring planting by Canadian fanners. That was "the whole idea," replied Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson in the Commons. The California crop, sown on rented land for Canadian seed growers, would also be used for research on edible oil from rapeseed. TONY KRAMER AUCTION SALE LOCATED 31/2 MILES WEST and V* MILE NORTH OF RAYMOND, ALBERTA FRIDAY, MARCH 26 -1 p.m. TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from Mr. Tony Kramer, we will off.r for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS 1-1960 John Deere model 730 row crop tractor with live PTO, hyd., 3 pt. hitch, new tires. 1-1954 John Deere model R tractor, good tires. 1-Mossey Harris model 44 tractor with Kirchner Farmhand with hay sweep bucket and snowplow. 1-IHC model Super A tractor with mower, beet cultivator and clamps. TRUCKS 1-1954 Mercury 3 ton truck with steel beet box, hoist and 900-20 tires. 1-1949 Ford 3 ton truck with beet box and hoist. 1-1960 Ford half ton truck, 3 speed trans. 1-IHC 3 ton truck. COMBINE AND SWATHER l-Massey Ferguson model Super 92 SP combine with cab, Melroe pickup, Alloway, straw chopper. 1-1967 CCIL 15 ft. SP swather with last year's crimper. MACHINERY 1-IHC model 47 baler with self stacker: 1-John Deere 14 ft. cultivator, hyd.; 1-John Deere 10 ft. double disc; 1-IHC No. K6 14 ft. press drill; 1-Fashe 4 row precision beet drill; J-Kirchner 4 row beet cultivator with tools and 4 incorporators and sprayer; 1-Marrel wheel rake; 1 - Kirchner 5 ft. hyd. ditcher; 2-Harrow draw bar sets with flex-diamond harrows; 1-flat deck wagon; 1-Snowco grain loader; 1-IHC 12 ft. fertilizer spreader; 1-Case hammer-mill with endless belt; 1 - 10 ft. steel land leveller; 1- field sprayer; 1-Oliver 3 bottom 3 pt. hitch plow; 1-IHC 3 bottom plow; 2-IHC No. 400 manure spreaders; 1-Vicon 4 row beet thinner; 1- Blackwell 4 row bee) thinner. SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1- V4 mile major sprinkler system with Vs mile mainline 6", 4" laterals with end risers; 1-5x6 Monarch pump, 2 platforms; 2-sets of pulleys - pumps; 1-sprinkler pipe wagon. STORAGE TANKS 1-500 gal. 2 comp. fuel lank. 1-500 gal. fuel tank 1-1000 gal. propane tank. MISCELLANEOUS 1-Forney welder with helmet; 1-Acetylene cutting torch; l_Vi" electric drill; 1-Monarch well pump;; 1- Fawcett range; Tap and die set, beet hoes, irrigation dams, truck tarp, 2 hyd. rams, several double and single beds, quantity of hose, etc. The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a quide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer nor the owner Ore responsible for any errors in description or condition. SAIE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridge Office Phone 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERLICH ED TORSHER TONY PERLICH Licence 285 Licence 793 Licence 138 Phone 328-9772 Phone 545-6452 Phone 328-3951 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND LETHBRIDGE BIG ON BEES - Saiyoo Yenghai, a farmer in Thai-land, Is untaxed by his living beard, formed deliberately by taking bees from a hive. Purpose reportedly was one-ups-manship contest with a neighboring beekeeper. Big game population may be depleted Govt, plans no action on layoffs OTTAWA (CP) - Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin said yesterday the government, will not take steps to prevent layoffs at Chemcell Ltd. plants in Edmonton and Two Hills, Alta. There had been discussions with the company, he said in the Commons, and a full explanation was received for the planned layoffs. It was not government policy to prevent such a move in the circumstances. Don Mazankowski (PC-Veg-reville) had asked whether suitable arrangements had been made to avert the layoffs, expected to affect about 320 persons. The Conservative MP had said earlier in the house that the layoffs are largely due to the unpegging of the Canadian dollar in relation to the U.S. dollar. Mr. Pepin said yesterday the main reason involves international trade. Some Canadian plants were not as big as they should be to compete in international markets. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Heavy snowfall and unusually severe winter weather could deplete the population of big game animals in many parts of Canada, but most wildlife experts say the losses are no cause for concern. Hardest-hit region in the country may be the Prince George region of British Columbia, where as many as 15,000 of the estimated 50,000 moose population are expected to die this winter. "This is not really a problem," says Ken Sumanik, regional game management officer for the B.C. fish and wildlife branch at Prince George. "This is a perfectly natural phenomenon." A Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press shows wildlife in most parts of Canada has had an unusually difficult winter, but it is the weather in the next few weeks that will have the most effect on the final death count. Least affected by this winter's weather has been the wildlife population of the Atlantic provinces. A spokesman for the Newfoundland Wildlife Service said most of this winter's heavy snowfall has not stayed on the ground for long, although the effects of recent heavy snow ir Labrador have not been as MOON MINERAL A new mineral found on the moon has been named Armalcol for the three Apollo 11 astronauts-Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins. DEER GET BREAK A big thaw a month ago melted most of the snow in Nova Scotia, and there has not been a heavy fall since then. The deer did not herd together this winter, but foraged over a wide area. Gordon Alguire. president of the Nova Scotia Wildlife Federation, says only pheasants were unduly affected by the weather because snow covered their feed on the ground earlier this win' ter. A wildlife spokesman for the New Brunswick government said this whiter has been a little harder on deer than the last two, "but we've got to remember that the last two years have been extremely easy." Quebec's heaviest snowfall this winter has been in an area stretching in a band from north of the Montreal area almost to Quebec City. It is in this area that deer have been most affected. A government spokesman said this winter's snowfalls have caused the death of slightly more deer this year. MAY HAVE HELPED The depth of the snow does not seem to have affected the moose population, and may have helped the caribou by forcing them to retreat to the mountains, out of reach of poachers. The spokesman said if the province continues to have heavy snow this month and in JOHN MACHACEK AUCTION SALE LOCATED 2 MILES SOUTH AND Hi MILES EAST OF THE TABER SUGAR FACTORY TABER, ALBERTA SATURDAY, MAR. 20-1 P.M. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from Mr. John Machac.k, w. will offer for sale at auction th. following: TRACTOR 1-John Deere Model M Row Crop Tractor with PTO, dual hyds., belt pulley, beet cultivator, tools and good tires. SPRINKLERS 1-V4 Mile Sprinkler System with centre risers, 7C0 ft. of 6 inch main pipe, Allis Chalmers propane power unit with a Berkley 6 inch pump, plus valves, tees etc. 1-Garden Sprinkler with 400 ft. of 2 inch pipe and Wisconsin air cooled engine. 1-Tractor Mount for pump, complete. 2-Sprinkler Pipe Trailers on rubber. BEET HARVESTER 1-Kirchner 2 Row Beet Harvester, complete with a 2 row topping unit. TRUCKS 1-1964 Chevrolet 60 Series 3 Ton Truck with a 2-way beet box with split doors. Has a 10 ton hoist and good tires. This is a top unit with only 25,000 original miles. 1 - 1950 Fargo 2 Ton Truck with beet box and hoist, good tires and stock racks. MACHINERY 1-John Deere No. 66 4 Bottom 14" Plow on rubber, with hyds.; 1-John Deere No. 55 4 Row Beet Drill; 1-Success 2 Yard Hyd. Bucket; 1-John Deere 7 Ft. Hyd. Ditcher; 1-Mor-rell Side Delivery Rake; T-IHC No. 45 PTO baler; 1-Cock-shutt 10" Grinder; 1-Robin Beet Loader; 14 Ft. of Crowfoot Packers; 1-Silver Beet Thinner; 1-John Deere 9 Ft. Oneway on rubber; 9-Sections of Diamond Harrows; 1-Ever-sman 10 Ft. Automatic Hyd. Land Leveller; 1-John Deere 12 ft. Fertilizer Spreader. Good condition; 1-John Deere No. 650 14 Ft. Chisel Plow, hyd., good condition; 1-Old Drill for Fertilizer Spreading; 1-Mayrath 27 Ft. Grain Loader with engine; 1-IHC - 5 Ft. Oil Bath Mower. FEED Approx. 12 tons of good baled alfalfa hay. Quantity of baled straw. MISCELLANEOUS  Forks, shovels, electric fencer, wire stretcher. 1 - 15 x 38 hub wheel and tire to fit John Deere Tractor; 1 - 100 gal. stock tank; 1-Propane bottle; Stock racks to fit V's ton truck; 1-500 gal. 2 compartment fuel tank; 1-Gardenall garden cultivator with all attachments - cultivator, disc and plow; Hyd. rams, propane brooder. Th. description as to th. condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guid. and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither th. auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors in description or condition. The above list is subject to additions and deletions. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 early April, the situation could be disastrous. He said there was little to be done for the starving deer, since they cannot digest food they are not used to. Frank Walden, wildlife supervisor of the Ontario department of lands and forests, said losses are undoubtedly heavy. He said the first general count of the deer population in a number of years is planned. Relief measures are confined to bulldozing paths through deer yards to enable the animals to reach the browse. Bob Webb, chief of wildlife operations for the Manitoba department of mines, resources and environmental management said most deer came through the winter well. In two areas of west-central Manitoba, some deer have been having problems because of deeper snow, and wildlife officials have been experimenting with cutting aspen to supply natural browse. WINTER MORE SEVERE A Canadian Wildlife Service spokesman said this winter was more severe than last in Alberta, and more animals would die, but he was not distressed. Native animals such as deer, elk, and bighorn sheep will experience periodic declines in population through cold winters, but will also experience increases in a few years. It is usually the old, sick or JOE PERLICH License 285 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE ED TORSHER License 793 Phone 545-6452 BOW ISLAND TONY PERLICH License 138 Phone 328-3951 LETHBRIDGE Troubled machine giant has profit genetically unfit that die, the spokesman said, and so the herd is improved. Where feeding of starving animals has been tried, results have been unsuccessful, he said. When a population with several weak and unfit animals is maintained the whole herd can die of disease or the grazing lands will not support all the animals. Buffalo in Elk Island National Park are fed to keep the population up to stock other Canadian parks. The winter-kill toll in British Columbia, outside of the Prince TORONTO (CP) - M a s s e y Ferguson Ltd., the troubled farm machinery giant, had a profit in the first quarter of. its current fiscal year after regis-ering a substantial loss in fiscal 1970. For the quarter ended Jan. 31, Massey had net income of $400,000 or two cents a share compared with a profit of $1.7 million or 10 cents a share in the first quarter of 1970. Mas-scy's earning situation declined substantially through the 1970 fiscal year and the company ended with a loss of $19.7 million. Sales from worldwide operations totalled $197.6 million, up 14 per cent from $172.8 million during the first three months of the previous fiscal year. Farm-machinery sales were up 30 per cent to $115.9 million compared with $89.1 million. The company reports its financial results in United States funds. "To a limited extent, I believe our first-quarter results reflect certain of the benefits we have been seeking," President Albert A. Thornbrough told shareholders at the annual meeting Thursday. "I should, however, add the immediate caution that it is too early to draw any dependable conclusions for the remainder of the current fiscal year. First-quarter sales are relatively low in relation to our total annual sales and profit ability remains vulnerable to a number of factors." SKIP DIVIDEND President Albert Thornbrough! announced that Massey-Fergu-son will not pay a dividend for the second quarter. It is the second consecutive quarterly dividend the company has skipped. The company, announced late last, month it was laying off 2,750 employees in the United States and Canada. About half the Candian work force was affected and W. Thornbrough said at that time the layoffs would be for about three weeks. He made only passing reference to the fact that workers had been laid off in his speech to shareholders. In reporting 1970 annual results Mr. Thornbrough said a major factor was an excess of supply and the company was undertaking major programs to bring dealer inventories in line with demand. OFFICIALLY RECORDED Since Golf Digest started its "clearing house" for holes-in-one in 1952 a total of 183,200 aces have been officially recorded. HAROLD J. TURNER AUCTION SALE LOCATED ON THE TURNER PREMISES IN THE TOWN OF BARONS, ALBERTA TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED WEDNESDAY, MAR. 24 -10 a.m. NO RESERVE-EVERYTHING SELLS Having received instructions from Mr. Harold J. Turner, w. will off.r for sal. at auction th. following: TRACTORS 2-John Deer, model 4020 diesel tractors with cab, air conditioning, PTO, etc., 1964 and 1966 models, these tractors appear to be in top condition and only show 2200 and 2300 hours. COMBINES 2-John Deere (1964) No. 96 PTO combines with 12 ft. tables and pickups. SWATHERS 1_John Deere No. 190 16-ft. PTO swather. 1 -Versatile No. 103 16-ft. SP swather with good canvas. TRUCKS 1 - 1953 Ford F-600 farm truck, with grain box, hoist end good tires.' 1-1956 Dodge 2-ton truck with grain box, hoist end good tires. 1-1960 Ford F-100 Vi ton truck with 3 speed transmission. 1-1953 Ford F-250 3A ton truck with 3 speed transmission, service fuel tank, pump, tool box, etc. 1-1942 Fargo 2 ton truck with 1000 gallon water tank with pump and motor. FARM MACHINERY 2-1966 John Deere model LLA 14-ft. press drills with solid packers; 2-John Deere No. 500 12-ft. rod weeders; 2-John Deere No. 500 14-ft. rod weeders; 1 - 1967 John Deere model F-680A 6 bottom 16-inch plow with hydraulics, in new condition; 2-John Deere duplex hitches; 8-sec-lions of John Deere flexible harrows, like new; 2-Jeoffroy 14-ft. chisel plows, late models, with hydraulics; 1-Golden Arrow 65-ft. weed sprayer with tandem axle and 400 gallon tank, like new; 1-John Deere Kilifer earth mover; 2- Victory 17-ft. blades, 3 standard with markers, hydraulics, late model; 1- 40-ft. heavy duty harrow hitch; 2-1967 drill carriers; 1-Speed Spreader fertilizer spreader, 1 ton, PTO drive; 1-John Deere 8-ft. crowfoot packers; 1-3 point hitch 6-ft. cultivator; 1-3 point hitch, 6 ft. offset disc; 1-3 point hitch rear angle blade; 1-3 point hitch 2 bottom plow; 1-IHC 12-ft. double disc, on transports; 2-IHC DSA 12-ft. hoe drills, with solid packers. SNOWMOBILE 1-1969 Scorpion Mark III No. 400 snowmobile, 18 inch track, electric starter, approximately 10 hours (like new condition). GRAIN AUGERS 1-Mayrath 21-ft. grain auger. 1-Mayrath 34-ft. centre drive grain loader, with gas engine. 1-Koykel farm auger, 48'x8", with gas engine. MISCELLANEOUS 2-tool boxes; iack all jacks; fuel pumps; pipe vise; bench vise;; disc markers; tarps; auger hopper; Forney electric welder, 250 amps with battery charger, like new; Forney acetylpne welder; exhaust steam cleaner; chains; welding rod; Forney air compressor; 9 inch Skil saw; Black and Decker No. 44 sander; set of wrenches; 2-step ladders; crescent wrenches; socket sets; pressure grease guns; pipe cutters; cable hoists; chain hoists; fire extinguishers; large quantity of misc. repairs; shop tools; grease and oil etc.; tnrps: gear pullers; hyd. hose, etc. The description as to condition o' otherwise at set forth en each item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither th. auctioneer or �the owner are responsible for any errors in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OfFICE PHONE 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERLICH ED TORSHER TONY PERLICH Licence 285 Licence 793 licence 138 Phone 328-9772 Phone 545-6452 Phone 328-3951 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND LETHBRIDGE George area, is not expected to be much worse than normal, a spokesman said. KOOTENAY SITUATION At Cranbrook in southeastern B.C., Kootenay regional officer Ray Demarchi said a sudden mild spell had melted most of near - record January snowfalls on rangeland. At some higher elevation ranges "we had a few weeks of severe crusting conditions and the moose were under stress." "Winter doesn't end in. the Kootenay until about April 10, so it's a little early to be as-i sessing the situation," he added. DKAN 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 are coating th.tr operation as Massey Ferguson Dealers, therefore th.ir ntlr. equipment inventory will sell at auction with n* Reserves or Minimum Prices TERMS CASH or financing arranged on the spot to approved credit. Minimum of % down an day of tale will be necessary on all financed equipment. Combines will be financed interest free till June 1st, 1971. Mastey Ferguson Finance Plan Personnel will be in attendance. Any further terms or changes will be announced at the sale. TRACTORS MF 180 Tractor. A-l condition, 1542 hours. Femco Cab, 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; Cockshutt 1800 Diesel Tractor with cab. Extra fuel tank, paint job, new tires on rears Oliver 950 Diesel. A-l condition, good tires, new clutch, engine A-l condition, good paint; MH 81 Tractor with Ford industrial loader. Motor overhauled, front drive pump for loader, good rubber; Farmall "M" Row Crop with Farmhand F 11 loader. Loader In new condition; Farmall "M" Tractor with hydraulics, PTO, long axles. Runs well; IHC Super WD6, A-l condition, engine reconditioned, hydraulics, new rear tires; MH 44 Gas Row Crop with 3 point hitch, live PTO, good tires, hydraulics; MH 55 Diesel, to be sold as scrap or used parts; MH 55 Diesel Tractor, to be sold as scrap or used parts; MM U Gas Tractor. Runs well, good condition; IHC WD9 Tractor With Cab. Good running condition, PTO, hydraulics, pulley; Cockshutt 30 Tractor with Cultivator, fair condition; Farmall "M". Older model. Runs well, good tires; COMBINES MF 510 Combine, 13' table, cab, cutter, air cond., A-l eond-MF 410 Combine. Cab, cutter, 13' table pickup. A-1 condition; MF 92 Combine. A-1 condition, 16' header, repaint.d; IHC 141 Combine, 1959 Model. 14' table with cutter bar, straw spreader, 14.9 x 26 tires. Ser. No. 1585; Cockshutt 137 Combine. Reconditioned and painted. 14' header sealed bearings; Cockshutt 137 Combine. Repainted, fair shape, 16' table, straw spreader, lights. Ser. No. FH256; Cockshutt 428, 16' table and reel, power steering, lights, fair condition; IHC 141 Combine with 14' table, straw spreader, good condition; IHC 141, 14' table, 8' IHC pickup, straw spreader, 13 x 26 tires, good IHC 403 with cab, cutter, pickup, 14' header, A-l condition; John Deere 55 Combine with pickup. Ser. No. 42028, runs well; MH Super 27 Combine, 16' table, 8' pickup, 13 x 26 tires, good condition; MH 26 Combine, as is for parts; MH 26 Combine. Pickup header. 10' dual wheels good condition, Ser. No. 7486; MH 27 Combine, reel and cutter bar. Fair condition. BALERS MF No. 12 PTO Baler. In good condition. Ser. No. 12794; MF No. 12 PTO Baler. In very good condition. Ser. No. 3880; MF No. 10 PTO Baler. Rebuilt and repainted. In very good condition. Ser. No. 18663; MF No. 10 Motor Drive Baler. Rebuilt and in good condition. Ser. No. 3289; MF No. 10 Motor Drive Baler. Unit rebuilt. In very good condition. Ser. No. 13277; MF No. 3 Motor Drive Baler. Repaired and repainted. Very good condition. Ser. No. 8739; MF No. 3 Motor Drive Baler. Unit rebuilt and in good condition. Ser. No. 8501; MF No. 3 PTO Baler. Rebuilt and in very good condition. Ser. No. 10822; MF No. 10 PTO Baler. In good condition. Ser. No, 3455; IHC No. 46 PTO Baler. Rebuilt and in good condition; Oliver No. 60 PTO Baler. In fair condition; John Deere 14T Motor Baler. In good condition. Ser. No. 58797. SWATHERS MF No. 34 SP Swather. Water cooled engine, 16' table unit. In very good condition; John Deere Model 200 SP Swather. Ser. No. 19874, in very good condition; Versatile 103 15' SP Swather, dual wheels. Unit in good condition. Ser. No. 16408: IHC No. 163 SP Swather with water cooled engine, 16' table, lights, good condition. Ser. No. H2187; IHC No. 163 12' SP Swather with water cooled engine, good condition; Cockshutt 419 16' SP Swather. Ser. No. 7B213. Dual wheels, lights, good canvas, in good condition; IHC 161 16' SP Swather with water cooled engine, in good condition; MH No. 20 16' SP Swather. Ser. No. 5-101. in fair condition; MH No. 20 16' SP Swather. Ser. No. 5-077. Unit in good shape; MF No. 30 Pull Type 12' Swather. Ser. No. 509000101; Cockshutt 402 Pull Type 15' Swather. Like new condition; IHC 12' Pull type Swather with transports. Very good condition; MH No. 7 9' Pull Type Swather. Complete with transport unit, in good condition; John Deere 9' Pull Type Swather. Fair condition; Cockshutt No. 2 Pull Tyoe Swather. To be told for scrap; Owatana No. 30. To be sold as scrap FARM EQUIPMENT MF No. 55 Rollover Plow 2-14; MH No. 26 Wide Level Disk-er; 15' John Deere Surflex; 4 Bottom No. 4A Cockshutt Plow; Case Power Unit; Allied Pop-up Loader; 3 Point Hitch Mounted Dearborn Mower; Sund 8' Pickuo; MH No. 509 Oneway; Robin 5000 Loader; V Blade; Sund 8' Pickup; 16' Table Complete For 103 Versatile Swather; Sund 8' Pickup; Straw Spreader for 410 Combine; Cockshutt 2-14 Plow; CCIL 20-ft. Discer with seeder attachment, done only 600 acres. MISCELLANEOUS A quantity of new and used miscellaneous tools and equipment, also some parts will be sold. Come early and take advantage of the early sale items. CONSTRUCTION MF 356 Shovel Loader. Good condition, diesel engine, 7/8 cu. yard bucket, instant reverse transmission; Model 500 Case Crawler with front end loader. Reconditioned transmission, steering bands and engine; D4.Cat 7U Series with front end loader, rails, pins and bushings A-l condition. Runs well. Starting motor overhauled. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE.- We would like to invite farmert and dealers to make a special point to attend this Gigantic liquidation of Dican Equipment Ltd. We believe this will be one of the largest quality farm equipment auctions in Western Canada. Everything must be sold, there will be no reserves or minimum prices. Prospective buyers may view equipment any business day. For information regarding any above items phone Dican Equipment Ltd. - Area Code (403) 328-3595. The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer nor the owner are responsible for any errors in description or condition. The above list is subject to additions and deletiont. Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 Auctioneer Auctioneer ED TORSHER JOE PERLICH TONY PERLICH License 793 License No. 285 License No. 138 Phone S45-64S2 Phone 732-4375 Phone 328-3951 BOW ISLAND ;