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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 39 THE lETHSKIDGE HEtALD March 1971 Doctor to study henpecked men LONDON 4P A leading British psychiatrist set off for New York Friday to find out his own American men are still hen pecked and dominated by Joshua editor of the International Journal of Social made the henpecked observation on a visit in stirring up a con I hope the situation has changed since he America was then a father Britain records big trade loss in February LONDON AP Britain added up a world trade loss today of million mil lion during February but the government said the figure had little meaning because of distor tions caused by the British postal The February deficit in trade compared with a million loss in British overset s trading has been averaging a loss of about million a month for the last three But with earnings from socalled business services and interest running a surplus of about million a Britains cur rent account continues in the less society in my new be cause men simply did not as sert Bierer said the father in a family has to be a strong and positive figure so that his sons could rebel against It is natural for sons to rebel against their he If they are denied this natural outlet the sons be come frustrated and take to violence or even drug addic Bierer said that if American fathers asserted themselves more there would be fewer vi olent demonstrations by the young on such issues as Viet They have been forced to look on President Nixon and his government as the author itative father they he is the father of two young New variety of rapeseed OTTAWA CP Richard Southam PC QuAppclle Moose Mountain asked the gov ernment yesterday whether a new variety of rapeseed being developed in California will be ready for spring planting b Canadian That was the whole replied Agriculture Minister H Olson ui the The California sown on rented land for Canadian see would also be used for research on edible oil from TONY KRAMER AUCTION SALE LOCATED 3A MILES WEST and W MILE NORTH OF ALBERTA MARCH 26 1 TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Tony we will Having received instructions from M offer for sale at auction the following TRACTORS 1 1960 John Deere model 730 row crop tractor with live 3 new 1 1954 John Deere model R good Massey Harris model 44 tractor with Kirchner Farmhand with hay sweep bucket and mode Super A tractor with beet cultivator and TRUCKS 1 1954 Mercury 3 ton truck with steel beet hoist and 90020 Ford 3 ton truck with beet box and hoist 1 1960 Ford half ton 3 speed 1IHC 3 ton COMBINE AND SWATHER 1Massey Ferguson model Super 92 SP combine with Me I roe Rick straw chopper 11967 CCiL 15 SP swather with lasl years crimper MACHINERY 1IHC model 47 baler with self stacker 1John Deere 14 hvd John Deere 10 ft double disc No K6 14 press Fashe 4 row precision beet drill Kirchner 4 row beet cultivator with tocU and 4 incorporofors and sorcyer Marrel wheel rake 1 Kirchner 5 Harrow draw bar sets with Flexdiamond flat deck Snowco grain 1IHC 12 ft fertilizer Case hammer mill with endless 110 ft steel land 1field Oliver 3 bottom 3 pt hi ten 1 IHC 3 bottom 2 IHC 400 manure Vicon 4 row beet thinner Blackwell 4 row SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1 nule rnnjor sprinkler system with s mi IP main line 4 laterals with end Monarch 2 sets of pulleys sprinkler pipe STORAGE TANKS go 2 comp fuel lank fuel tank MISCELLANEOUS Forney wiln hf I met Acetylene cutting torch 1 elecinc 1 Monarch we I 1Fawcett range Tap and die beet irrigation truck 2 several double and smqk quan tity of etc The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a quide and is in no way a war rnnty or actual or Neither the auc tioneer nor the owner rtre responsible for any errors in de tcription or SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLSCH AUCTION MARKET Box Lethbridge Office Phone 3283951 JOE PERIICH 285 Phone LETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS ED T03SHER Lcencr 793 Phom 545652 BOW ISLAND TONY PERLICH liccnrr 138 Phono 3283951 LETHBRIDGE BEES Saiyoo a farmer in Thai is unfazed by his living formed deliberately by taking bees from a Pur pose reportedly was manship contest with a neigh boring plans 110 action Oil layoffs OTTAWA CP Trade Min ister JeanLuc Pepin said yes terday the government will not take steps to prevent layoffs at Chemcell plants in Ed monton and Two There had been discussions with the he said in the and a full ex planation was received for the planned It was not eminent policy to prevent such a move in the Don Mazankowski reville had asked whether suitable arrangements had been made to avert the lay expected to affect about 320 The Conservative MP had said earlier in the house that the layoffs largely due to the unpegging of the Canadian dollar in relation to the Pepin said yesterday the main reason involves interna tional Some Canadian plants were not as big as they should be to compete in inter national MOON MINERAL A new mineral found on the moon has been named Armalcol for the three Apollo 11 astro Aldrin and Big game population may be depleted This is not really a By THE CANADIAN PRESS Heavy snowfall and unusually severe winter weather could de plete the population of big game animals in many parts of Can but most wildlife experts say the losses are no cause for Hardesthit region in the coun try may be the Prince George region of British where as many as of the estimated moose popula tion are expected to die this prob says Ken re gional game management offi cer for the fish and wildlife branch at Prince This is a perfectly natural phenome A CrossCanada Survey by The Canadian Press shows wild life in most parts of Canada has had an unusually difficult win but it is the weather in the next few weeks that will have the most effect on the final death Least affected by this winters weather has been the wildlife population of the Atlantic prov A spokesman for the New foundland Wildlife Service said most of this winters heavy snowfall has not stayed on the ground for although the ef fects of recent heavy snow in Labrador have not been as DEER GET BREAK A big thaw a month ago melted most of the snow in Nova and there has not been a heavy fall since The deer did not herd together this but foraged over a wide Gordon president of the Nova Scotia Wildlife Feder says only pheasants were unduly affected by the weather because snow covered their feed on the ground earlier this win A wildlife spokesman for the New Brunswick government said this winter has been a little harder on deer than the last but weve got to remem ber that the last two years have been extremely Quebecs heaviest snowfall this winter has been in an area stretching in a band from north of the Montreal area almost to Quebec It is in this area that deer have been most A gov ernment spokesman said this winters snowfalls have caused the death of slightly more deer this MAY HAVE HELPED The depth of the snow doss not seem to have affected the moose and may have helped the caribou by forc ing them to retreat to the moun out of reach of The spokesman said if the province continues to have heavy snow this month and in JOHN MACHACEK AUCTION SALE LOCATED 2 MILES SOUTH AND MILES EAST OF THE TABER SUGAR FACTORY ALBERTA 201 TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from John we will offer for sale at auction the following TRACTOR Deere Model M Row Crop Tractor with dual belt beet tools and good SPRINKLERS Mile Sprinkler System with centre 710 of 6 inch main Allis Chalmers propane power unit with a Berkley 6 inch plus tees etc Sprinkler with 400 of 2 inch pipe and Wiscon sin air cooled Mount for Pipe Tiailers on BEET HARVESTER 2 Row Beet complete with a 2 row topping TRUCKS 1 1964 Chevrolet 60 Series 3 Ton Truck with a 2way beet box with split Has a 10 ton hoist and goad Thrs is a top unit with only original 1 1950 forgo 2 Ton Truck with beet box and good tires and stock MACHINERY 1john Deere 66 4 Bottom 14 Plow on with hyds Deere 55 4 Row Beet Drill 1Success 2 Yard Deere 7 Ditcher Mor rell Side Delivery Rake 1IHC No 45 PTO 1Cock shutt 10 Grinder Beet Loader 14 of Crowfoot Packers Beet Deere 9 One way on of Diamond smart 10 Ft Automatic Hyd Land Deere 12 Fertilizer Good condition Deere 650 14 Chisel hyd good condition 1Old Drill for Fertilizer 27 Gram loader with 1IHC 5 Oil Bath FEED 12 Ions of good baled alfalfa hay Quantity of haled MISCELLANEOUS electric wire 1 15 x 38 hub wheel and tire to fit John Deere Tractor 1 slock bottle Stock racks to fit ton truck 2 compartment fuel garden rubivator with all attachments disc and plow propane Tho description as to the condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or actual or Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors in description or con The above list is subject to additions and SALE CONDUCTED BY FERL1CH AUCTION MARKET BOX tETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 3283951 JOE PERLICK License 285 Phono 3289772 LETHBRiDGE ED TORSHE3 License 793 Phono 5456452 BOW ISLAND TONY PERIICH License 138 Phone 3283951 LETHBRIDGE early the situation could be He said there was little to be done for the starving since they cannot digest food they are not used Frank wildlife super visor of the Ontario department of lands and said losses are undoubtedly He said the first general count of the deer population in a number of years is Relief measures are confined to bulldozing paths through deer yards to enable the animals to reach the Bob chief of wildlife operations for the Manitoba de partment of resources and environmental management said most deer came through the winter In two areas of westcentral some deer have been having problems because of deeper and wildlife offi cials have been experimenting with cutting aspen to supply natural WINTER MORE SEVERE A Canadian Wildlife Service spokesman said this winter was more than last in Al and more animals would but he was not Native animals such as and bighorn sheep will ex perience periodic declines in population through cold but will also experience in creases in a few It is usually the sick or Troubled machine giant has profit TORONTO CP Massey Ferguson the troubled farm machinery had a profit in the first quarter its current fiscal year after regis ering a substanlial loss in fis cal For the quarter ended Jan Massey had net income of or two cents a share compared with a profit of million or 10 cents a share in the first quarter of Mas seys earning situation declined substantially through the 1970 fiscal year and tho company ended with a loss of mil Sales from worldwide opera tions totalled up 14 per cent from million during tile first three months of the previous fiscal Farm machinery sales were up 30 per cent to 9 million compared with The company reports its fin ancial results in United States To a limited I believe our firstquarter results reflect certain of the benefits we have been President Albert Thornbrough told sharehold ers at the annual meeting I add the imnediate caution that it is too early to draw any dependable conclusions for the remainder of the current fiscal First quarter sales are relatively low in relation to our total annual sales and profit ability remains vulnerable to a number of fac SKIP DIVIDEND President Albert Thornbrcugh announced that MasseyFergu son will not pay a dividend for the second It is the second consecutive quarterly di vidend the company has The company announced late last month it was laying off employees in the United States and About half the Candian work force was af fected and Tnornbrough said at that time the layoffs would be for about three He made only passing reference to the fact that workers had been laid off in his speech to In reporting 1970 annual re sults Thornbrough said a major factor was an excess of supply and the company was undertaking major programs to bring dealer inventories in line with OFFICIALLY RECORDED Since Golf Digest started its clearing house for holesin one in 1932 a total of aces have been officially HAROLD TURNER AUCTION SALE LOCATED ON THE TURNER PREMISES IN THE TOWN OF ALBERTA TERMS CASH LUNCH SIRVED 24 10 NO RESERVEEVERYTHING SELLS Having received instructions from Harold we will offer for sale at auction the following TRACTORS Deere model 4020 diesel tractors with air 1964 and 1966 these tractors appear to be in top condition and only show 2200 and 2300 COMBINES 2John Deere 1964 96 PTO combines with 12 tables and SWATHERS Deere No 190 1 6ff PTO swather 103 SP swather with good TRUCKS Ford F600 farm wilh grain hoist ond qood 1 1956 Dodge 2fon truck with grain hoist end good tires 1 1960 Ford F100 ton truck with 3 speed 1 1953 Ford F250 ton truck with 3 speed service fuel tool 1 1942 Fargo 2 ion truck with 1000 gallon water tank with pump and FARM MACHINERY 21966 John Deere model LLA 14ft press drills with solid packers Deere 500 rod weeders 2John Deere No 500 rod weeders 11967 John Deere model F68QA 6 botlom 16inch plow with hydrau in new condition Deere duplex hitches tions of John Deere flexible like new Jeoffroy chisel late wilh hydraulics Arrow weed sprayer with tandem axle and 400 gal lon like new Deere Kilifer earth mover Victory 3 standard with late model 1 heavy duty harrow hitch drill carriers Spreader fertilizer 1 PTO drivp Deere crowfoot point hitch cultivator point 6 offset disc point hitch rear angle blade point hitch 2 bot tom plow double on transports D5A 12ft hce solid SNOWMOBILE 11969 Scorpion Marie Ml No 400 18 inch electric approximately 10 hours like new GRAIN AUGERS 21ft gram 1Mayrath cenrrc dnvp grain with gas Kaykel farm with gas MISCELLANEOUS jnck all jacks fuel pipe vise bench dice markers faros auger hopper Forney elec tric 250 amps battery like new For ney acetylene exhaust steam weld ina rod Forney air compressor 9 inch SMI saw Black and Decker No 44 sender set of wrenches ladders crescent wrenches socl ct pressure grease guns pipe cutters cable chain hoists fire extinguishers large quantity of mic repairs shop grease and Oil tTps qcar pullers etc The description as to condition o otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty o actual or implied Neither the auctioneer or owner are responsible for any errors in description or SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH AUCTION MARKET BOX LETHBRIOGE OFFICE PHONE 3283951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERUCH ED TORSHER TONY PERIICH Licence 285 Licence 793 Licence 138 Phono 3289772 Phono 5456452 Phone 3283951 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND LETHBRIDGE genetically unfit that the kesman and so the herd is Where feeding of starving ani mals has been results have been he When a population with sev eral weak and unfit animals is maintained the whole herd can die of disease or the grazing lands will not support all the an Buffalo in Elk Island National Park are fed to keep the popula tion up to stock other Canadian The whiterkill toll in British George is not to be much worse than a spokesman KOOTENAY SITUATION At Cranbrook in southeastern Kootenay regional offi cer Ray Demarohi said a sud den mild spell had melted most of near record January snow falls on At some higher elevation ranges we had a few weeks of severe crusting condit ions and tho moose were under Winter doesnt end the Kootenay until about April so its a little early to be as outside of the Prince I sessing the be DICAN EQUIPMENT GIGANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE EVERYTHING SELLS NO MINIMUMS NO RESERVES SALE AT 11072 NORTH SALES LOT ALBERTA MARCH 19 9 SHARP Dtcan Equipment of Lethbridge are ceasing their operation as Massey Ferguson 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 Minimum of down on day of sole will be necessary on all financed Combines will be financed in terest free till June Massey Ferguson Finance Plan Personnel will be in Any further terms or changes will be announced at the TRACTORS MF 180 Al 1542 Femco 1 x 30 multipower transmission MF 97 Diesel reconditioned and dual Power 1796 MF power Good condition Cockshutt 1800 Diesel Tractor with Extra fuel paint new tires on rearj Oliver 950 Al good new engine Al good paint MH 81 Tractor with Ford industrial Motor front drive pump for good rubber Farmall M Row Crop with Farmhand F 11 Loader in new condition Farmall M Tractor with long Runs well 1HC Super Al engine new rear tires MH 44 Gas Row Crop with 3 point live good hydraulics MH 55 to be sold as scrap or used parts MH 55 Diesel to be sold as scrap or used parts MM U Gas Runs good condition IHC WD9 Tractor With Good running pulley Cockshutt 30 Tractor with fair condition Farmall Older Runs good tires COMBINES MF 510 13 air Al cond MF 410 13 table Al con dition MF 92 Al 16 repainted IHC 141 1959 14 table with cutter straw 14 9 x 26 1585 Cockshutt 137 Reconditioned and 14 header sealed bear ings Cockshutt 137 fair straw FH256 Cockshutt 16 table and power fair condition IHC 141 Combine with 14 straw good condition IHC 14 8 IHC straw 13 x 26 good IHC 403 with 14 Al condition John Deere 55 Combine with runs well MH Super 27 16 8 13 x 26 good condition MH 26 as is for parts MH 26 Pickup 10 dual wheels good con 7486 MH 27 reel and cutter Fair BALERS MF 12 PTO In good 12794 MF 12 PTO In very good 3880 MF 10 PTO Rebuilt and In very good 18663 MF 10 Motor Drive Re built and in good 3289 MF 10 Motor Drive Unit In very good 13277 MF 3 Motor Drive Repaired and Very good 8739 MF 3 Motor Drive Unit rebuilt and in good 8501 MF 3 PTO Rebuilt and in very good 10822 MF 10 PTO In good 3455 IHC 46 PTO Rebuilt and in good condition Oliver 60 PTO In fair condition John Deere 14T In good SWATHERS MF 34 SP Water cooled 16 table In very good condition John Deere Model 200 SP in very good condition Versatile 103 15 SP dual Unit in good 16408IHC 163 SP Swather with water cooled 16 good H2187 IHC 163 12 SP Swather with water coolsd good condition Cockshuft 419 16 SP Swather Dual good in good 161 16 SP Swath er with water cooled in good condition MH 20 16 SP in fair condition MH 20 16 SP Unit in good shape MF 30 Pull Type 12 Ser 509000101 Cock shutt 402 Pull Type 15 Like new condition IHC 12 Pull type Swather with transports Very good condition MH 7 9 Pull Type Complete with transport in good condition John Deere 9 Pull Type Fair con dition Cockshutt 2 Pull Tyoe To be sold for scrap Owatana To be sold as scrap FARM EQUIPMENT MF 55 Rollover Plow 214 MH No 26 Level Disk 15 John Deere Surflex 4 Bottom 4A Cockshutt Plow Case Power Unit Allied Pcpuo Loader 3 Point Hitch Mount ed Dearborn Mower Sund 8 No 509 Oneway Robin 5000 Loader V Blade Sund 8 Table Com plete For 103 Versatile Sund 8 Pickup Straw Spreader for 410 Combine Cockshutt 214 CCIL Discer wilh seeder done only 600 MISCELLANEOUS A quantity of new and used miscellaneous tools and equip also some Darts will be Come early and take advantage of the early sale ilems CONSTRUCTION MF 356 Shovel Good diesel 78 yard instant reverse transmission Model 500 Case Crawler with front end loader Reconditioned trans sleermg bands and engine D4 Cat 7U Series with front end pins and bushings Al Runs well Starting motor AUCTIONEERS NOTE We would like to invite farmers and dealers to make a special point to attend this Gigantic liquidation of Dican Equipment We believe this will be one of the largest quality farm equipment auctions in West ern Everything must be there will be no serves or minimum Prospective buyers may view equipment any business For information regarding any above items phone Dican Equipment Area Code 403 The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is no way a warranty or actual or Neither the auctioneer nor the owner are responsible for any errors in description or con The above list is subject to additions and Perlich Auction Market BOX LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 3283951 Auctioneer JOE PERLICH License 285 Phone 7324375 Auctioneer TONY PE11ICH License 138 Phone 3283951 ED TORSHER License 793 Phone 5456452 BOW ISLAND ;