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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, Montr II, 1972 THt IETKBRIDGE KWAUJ 13 Warning issued on proposed oil, gas ines EDMONTON (CP) Serious economic and social could result from the proposed Mackenzie valley oil imi gas pipelines, University of Alberta geographers were told here. The warning was sounded al a meeting discussing northern oil and gas development and the Mackenzis valley pipelines, Before the criticisms were listed, Stan Harding, senior vice president of the consult- ing firm of J. C. Sproule and Associates Ltd., said that "with- out doubt pipelines xvill be built up the valley." Initially, oil will move by pipeline to tankers but gas re- sources should follow an inland route through the Mackenzie, he said. Later on, an oil pipe- line would parallel the gas liue. He gave a higher figure than some previous estimates for costs of building "the largest industrial project ever under- taken in Canada." The actual figure, he said, coulO be closer to billion well beyond pre- vious estimates for a gas line. The economic implications are vast: three million tons of steel, employment for thous- ands and significant new trans- portation developments in the north. "It would tax the financial, personnel and management re- sources of the Canadian pipe- line industry." Dr. Tom Powrie, chairman o[ the University o! Alberta's eco- nomics department, said bil- lion suddenly being pumped into the Canadian economy "Is enough to have a major impact on our exchange rate." The re- sult could be a difference of be- tween five and 10 cents on the dollar. "The development of a re- sources project of this magni- tude would weaken our manu- facturing industry in other parts of the country. The adverse ef- fecls on employment could well outweigh any direct he said. Dr. P. M. Drancbuck, an as- sociate professor of chemical and petroleum engineering, said he recognizes the direct econo- mic benefits arising from such a project but argued that "the long term implications will be destroyed and nothing perman- ent left in its place. Dr. Lawrence C. Bliss, a bot- anist at the university, maintain- ed that the pipelines pose tough environmental problems lor re- searchers, particularly those of moving heated oil through a pipeline, but said none of these problems are insurmountable. "A pipeline of minimal ecolo- gical impact is the objective of Hie pipeline Mr Harding said. The project could generals long term unemployment. "What will native people do when the job is they go look for another pipe- Their way of lite would be Francoise Lajiorlc, widow of slain labor minister Pierre La- porte, of Quebec, says her new job as judge of Canadian citi- zenship court is providential Reflecting on the position she assumed March 1, she said in an interview: "The work I am doing pleases me enormously; it FFANCOISE LAPOHTE she's a judge Sticks and stones may break your bones. (Or, what to do about Disability.) Cculd you afford lo slop waking for a year? llnd.ldliketolalktoiojabout Disabitily Sun Income...Sun Lilei mcome prelection plan lo keep the monDy coming not able lo. is a profession where there is a lot of human feeling, warmth." "I was already familiar with several ethnic groups and T must say I have the feeiing that I am continuing the work of. my tiusband." Mrs. Laporte Is president of amp Francoise Cahrini. a centre designed to help all im- migrants, regardless of race or religion, be c o m e adopted to 'anada. Many she worked with were from Greece, Lehanon and Mr. Laporte once was Quebec minister of immigrat i o n. He was kidnapped and murdered by the terrorist Front de Liber- ation du Quebec in October 1970. The department of Indian af- 'airs and northern development las announced the creation of the first federal information ser- vice in the north. Ron Johnson, 38, former jour- nalist with the Lethbridge Her- ald, Toronto Globe and Mail and Toronto Star and former executive assistant to the min- ster of tourism in Ontario, will lead the service which is to be based in Yellowknife. Actor Cary Grant filed a million damage suit in New York against the publishers of Esquire magazine and a men's clothing manufacturer for alleg- edly using his name and picture in an advertisement without his consent. The action named as defendants Esquire Inc. and Forum Sportswear Inc., manu- facturer of a Sweatercoat. Canada has become a per- manent observer in the Organ- ization of American States OAS Secretary General Galo Plaza accepted the credentials of Canadian embassy First Sec- retary Robert Showman, who will serve on an interim basis until the appointment of an am- bassador. As a permanent observer, Canada is entitled to participate in all OAS activities but does no1 have a voice or a vote in them. Wilma Scott Hcide, president of the National Organization for Women, a women's liberal i o n group, says she and her hus- band will divorce after 20 years of marriage. "It's true that my husband and 1 are not renewing our op- tion this year by mutual con- she said in an interview at Vernon, Conn. The Rockville Conn. Journal Inquirer says her husband, Dr. Eugene Hcide, dean of adminis- trative affairs at Eastern Con- n e c t i c u t Stale College, will marry Betty Tipton, the col- lege's dean of student affairs. Neither were available for com- ment. SuiLife OFCANADA Motor firms lo be invited TORONTO (CP) The On- tario legislature's resources de- velopment committee voted Yesterday to investigate public allegations that Ford Motor Co. and General Motors of Canada LM. were relieved of in penalties for accident records after withdrawing from a lobby against the Workmen's Compen- sation Board of Ontario. Officials of the automobile firms will be invited to appear before the committee March 29. Labor Minister Fern Guindon, other ministers and officials ol the compensation board also will appear. TONY SAJFRT FARM AUCTION SALE 2 miles north and Vi mile wesl of CRANFORD, ALBERTA THURS., MARCH 23rd -11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH Ihe day of the sale, with letllement in full before removal from Ihe form. Having been favoured with inilructioni fvom Mr. Tony who hat retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of form machinery as listed below to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find Ihom the day of Ihe sale. TRACTORS No. 560 rHC formoll diesel, excellent condition. model B complete cultivator. COMBINE No. 27 MH S.P. wilh pickup BEET EQUIPMENT No. 64 JO beet drill. Marbeet single row, hnrveilcr HAY EQUIP. IHC 7' PTO mower; A-C 10' side roke; MH No. 10 boler like bale elevator 24'. IRRIGATION EQUIP. 76 4" pipes wilh sprinklers; 15 6" moin line; 15 6" main line valve openers; 4 valve opener 6" PTO pump and carl; sucMon-exhaust pipes; T pipe trailer; 1 wagon TRUCKS 1950 Ford, 3 ton, beel box 1953 CMC 3 ton, beet box, hoist and 12f grain FUEl TANKS 1_500 gal. iuel tanV. 2 eomp. fuel ronk. MACHINERY fanning mill, flax rollers, 7 and 9 Wisconsin motor; 1 steel wheel waganj 1 21' grain auger; 1 32' grain auger; 1 J.D. spreader 1 12 ft. fertilizer spread; Mc- Leod's >1" grinder; 40' endless belt 120' endless belt 1 threshing-separator; 1 spring tooth harrow; 10' IHC double disc; 1 12' beet lond packer; 1 15' beel land packer; I 10' Cockshult press drill; T 5' crowfoot packer; 2 3 torn J.D, plows; 1 4 bottom J.D, plow; 12' CotlcshuM cul- 1 9' Cockshutt cuHivotor; 9 harrows; 2 JO' steel land leveller. LIVESTOCK MISCELLANEOUS 1 5 ton hydraulic jack, wrenches, long chains, ele. HOUSEHOID Elect. Vega cream separafor; Bedi, Choirs. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX T05, COAIDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information phone or the owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLEY FRED BURTON 1OGER HANDLEY lie. No, 010120 lie. No. 005615 Lie, No. 010121 WALTER PERRY FARM AUCTION SALE 4 MILES NORTH AND 1 MILE WEST OF CHIN, ALBERTA TUESDAY, MARCH 28 11 a.m. IUNCH SERVED TERMS: Cash Ihe day of the sale, with settlement In full before removal from Ihe farm. Having been favoured wilh Instruction from Mr. Waller Perry, who has retired from farming, we will offer lor sals the following line of farm machinery as listed be tow sub- ject to additions, deletions, error's or minor changes as you may find them the day of the lale, TRACTORS John Deere 4020 Uador. Only 1200 hours, wide axle and Mead cab, Unit Mke new, Model W6 tractor, recently overhauled, COMBINE AND SWATHER Gleaner A2 combine 14 It, table. New Mclroa 9 ft. pickup and Hcston straw chopper. Co-Op 15 ft. pull type swalhcr. Has cut only 1000 ocres, TRUCK 1-1961 G.M.C. 3 Ion with box and hoist. 9.00x12 tirei. stock racki, MACHINERY Deere 1200 Series 16 ft. SurHcx; Harrii 12 ft. double disc; I.H.C. W fl. Modef K6 press drill; 1-Noble 12 ft. Model AH3 blade; 1-John Deere power mower; power 1 Malco 40 fl, grain auger, Briggi anl Stratton gos mofor; Deere 12 ft. fertilizer spreader; Deere Model 500 centre drive rod weeder; diamond harrows; 6 ft. Noble packers; bale loader; 1 20 fi, bale elevator with motor; 1 Robin post auger; fl. Jeaffroy chisel plow; wheel flat deck trailers; water I rough- 1 oil burning stock tank healer; 1-V dilcher. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT I pumping unit with 4x5 Monarch pump; 1 1 Ungfhi 5x30 fl. main line; 33 4xAQ lateral pipe with centre risers; various elbows, elc. Several lengths of 2" irrigation pipe with risers; 1 sprinkler pump with motor. FUEL TANKS gal, double comparlmenl fuel tank wilh sfecl stand, gal. single comportment fuel tank with srecf stand. compartment fuel tank on wagon LIVESTOCK of Hereford itock cows, some with calves al foot. 1-Hereford bull, 3 years old. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 200 ft. of IV plaslfc pipe; set o) Murphy safely wrenches; hog feeder; Yarnaho Mode) 100 moior bike. In very good condition; 1 3 lamp brooder; wilh Briggs and Sfrotron motor, 1 23" Garden Master lawn mower with catcher; Deere hydraulic cylinder, heavy duty depth control; 1 I.H.C. hydraulic cylinder, heavy dury depth control; fl. telephone poles, (reared. Quantity of lawn grass seed; roll of electric wire; approx. 40 cinder blocks; pump; 8 -pieces of 20" steel; log chains, low cables, bof- lery charger, selection of nuts and bolls, shovels, forks and wrenches, socket sels ond many more iiems loo numer- HOUSEHOLD'ARTICLES chesterfield iuiie; 1-21" black ond white Viking TV; 1-uphoUtered rocking chair; couth; 1 chair; quantity of iealers; choirs; end tables and various other household articlej. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX TOS, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving The Soulh By Word of Mouth" For Further Information Phone 345-3534, or ths Owner AUCTIONEERS LE5 KANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANOVEY Lie, No Lie. Ho. 005615 lie. No. 010121 ------------I JOHN J. GREEN FARM AUCTION SALE 6 miles norlh, 3 miles east and 1 mile north of FOREMOST, ALBERTA MONDAY, MARCH 20 11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH lha day of the lak with leHlemenl in full before removal from Ihe farm. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Green, who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery listed below subject to deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find Ihem the day ol the sale. TRACTORS ]_1959 Massey Ferguson Model 95 Iractor with low plat- form with hydraulics and P.T.O. Model 500 diesel tractor. TRUCK 1-1953 Chevrolet 3 ton truck with box and hoiit. COMBINE AND SWATHER Deere No, 55 self propelled combine; 1 -Mosey Harris 16 ft. self propelled swot her; 1 Deuro No. 55 combine MACHINERY 1 Hulchison grain auger wilri Mcleod electric slarl molar; 1 18 fl. Graham Home chisel plow; 1 16 fl. John Deere 1 100 Series Surflex; l-dist; rod wee dor a Math.; ft. powtr mower; 1 ft. grain augcf with motorr 1-grain hopper; 2 12 fl. John Deere Model LZ hoe drills; 1-cultivator; 2-1.H.C. U Ft. Model B press drills; ft. sections of Diamond harrows; 1 4" wheel rubber tired wcgonj filler; ed weed jpraycr. FUEL TANK AND TROUGHS gal. double comportment fuel fonk On iteel stand. trough, SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS B.T.U. gos heater; 1 heoler; woler tankj cabinet; 1-25 Ib. greaser; 1 fuel pump; 1 jack; guns; fuel pump; 1- leg vise; 1 wheel barrow; roto liller; Master lawn mower; 1 100 Ib. propane bottle; ladder; pump; Viking rjdfng lawn mower; Quantity of carpenter tools, (hammers, squares, levels, 1 powered arc welder; trailer; Deere combine motor; 2 'am case; 1 -Mmniapolis Moline hydraulic ram; air compressor; quantity of shovels and spikes; quantity of wrenches, pliers, socket sets, shovels, crescent wrenches, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION room table; I 1 1 table; chairs, BUILDINGS buihel graineryj I-double, decker chicken house with garage ond lean-to attached. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; We welcome every one lo attend this early ipring auction sale, SALE CQNDUCE1D 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 IES HANOLEY FRED BURTON Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010121 way hoist ond ilock heel base. Step ALF FLEETWOOD FARM AUCTION SALE 1 j mile north and miles west on Bow Road and 1 south CHAMPION, ALBERTA WED., MARCH 29, 11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS; Cash rha day of Ilia inlo, with settlement in full before removal from the farm. Having been favored wilh inilrucliont from Mr. Alf wood who is relying from farming, we wilF offer for lale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to addiliont, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of fne tale. TRACTORS 1 1965 John Deere 4020 tracior with cab. Good condition. 1949 John Deera model A row crop wilh John front end loader. TRUCKS Dodge Ion Iruek with lv racks. 1 5963 G.M.C, Ion truck long iide modet with slock racks. COMBINE AND SWATHER CockshuM model 428 combine with cob. 1 Mossey Harris 16 ft. self propelled swa tdcr. LIVESTOCK Hereford cows with calves. STORAGE TANKS gal. fuel 1anlc, 1 110 gal truck sfip lank with McNaugh pump. gallon water tonk MACHINERY Massey Harris 1 fl. discer FIT ode I 36 with seed box ond 1-1. H.C, no. X5 bolcr; 1-1. H.C. 14' chisel plow with soikos and new A" shovels; K 7 ft. Noble Blades Duplex hiuhr JO-Sections, of John Deere flex harrows wilh AM fed hand-up hitch; Massey Harrii 1 drill wifh 7" spacing; I Calkins trash master rod weea'- er. 12' and 14' rod; Wagons; 1 40 weed sprayer; ft, Mayralh grain foaderr fJ. Allied groin loader; h.p. Briggs and Straiten moior; 1 TO h.p. Wisconsin molor with electric startr Drill filler and cobles with 1 2V motor; Champion gram roller with 2 h.p, electric molor. STOCK TANKS ft. diameter woode" 1anV. 6 ft. diomefer (ibregtass tonk. golvnni.'.ed slock fanlc. 3 4 (1. v 16 ft. feed BUILDING 1-3 Ft. x fO fl. bujik liouie. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1 500 lo 1800 watt generator ond Stroll op molor; 1 2 1 Macleodi la 4 h.p. Briaqs n t IV electric drillr 1 vise; umbrella; I Grinder; Block and tackle; 6 and 12 volt battery charger; 25 Ib. transmiiion oil filler 50; Ib. grease gun filler; 25 Ib. hi-pres.sure greaser; Quantiiy burning barrels; Quantity of wrenches, pliers; log chains; crescenr wrenches, socket sets; Walnut dining table, 4 chairsr 1-2 brush floor polisher; Quantify of sealers; T cKair; j Egg case and fillers; Complete set of 45 piece 8 place dinner set (heatproof And many more items too numftroui to SAlf CONDUCTED RY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX IDS, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WOKD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phone 345-3534, or Owner AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY FRED BURTOM ROGER UC. NO. 010120 UC. NO. 005615 UC. NO. 010121 jlicsj 1-John FINGAL ZAUGG FARM AUCTION SALE mile norlh and 10 miles east of WILSON SIDING or 6 miles south and 2 miles east of READYMADE SCHOOL TUESDAY, MAR. 21st-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH the day of the sale, leirlemen, in full be for ft removal from the farm. Having been favored with inilruttlont from Mr. Fingal Zougg who retired from forming, will offer for the following line of farm machinery ai lilted below mbjecl lo errors or minor at you may rind them trie day cf tht tale. TRACTORS 1-1969 ChcJmers PD goj tracior (only 700 his.'. 956 Minneapolis Moline model U Special. Good condhicm. Deere model D trad or COMBINE AND SWATHER i-I.H.C. 403 combine wifh 15 ft. header wifh I.H.C. picV-up and Hesfon chopper and special 1-Versallle 15 fl. S.f. TRUCK 1967 Dodge tort wifh dual wheels and 160 bushel box and Hoist. MACHINERY 3 blade Victory II, rubber, wilh hydr Deere 16 fl. Surflex; 1-1.H.C. 10 fl. one Deere spring toolh cullivalor wilh wilh chisels; 12 John Deem 12 fl. drive rod weederj; }-10 fl. tandem disc; 1-l.H.C. 12 fl. press drill wilh 7" 1-1.H.C. 10 fl, press drill 7" spacers; 27 fl, grain loader wilh 9 Briggi ond Slralton rnolorj Unk grain cleaner; jlone of diamond horcow with draw bar; lired rack wagon; 1 --Weed sprayer wilh 32 fl. booms; 2-U fl. duplex I.H.C. mode! 100 press drills with solid packers; Fertilizer attachments in Mke new 13 ft. Graham Hosme ptow; Morn's rod weeder with 36 ft. mulliflex attachment; 14 H. Mosicy Ferguson landem disci. SPECIAL OVERHEAD DOUBLE COMPARTMENT FERTIUZER BIN 16 TON CAPACITY GRAIN 20 bushels (approx.) Thatcher seed groin (clecned ond treated'. FUEL AND WATER TANKS 1 1000 gallon water tank with wooden jland. gallon single cornparlmont fuel tank wilh sleel SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS hydraulic jock. 5 ton; with Clin1 On motor; Quantity of log chains; Greoie gunsj Box end wrenches; Crescent wrenches; PHorj AND MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; Plon now to aMcnd 'his good farm sole. All equipment has been well looked after. SAIE 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 tht Owner AUCTIONEERS: IBS HANOLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANOLEY Lit. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 lie. No. 010121 JIM TAKAHASHI FARM AUCTION SALE 2 miles east and 3 miles norlh ol COALDALE, ALBERTA MONDAY, MARCH 27-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: Cash day of the sale, wifh lefffemenf In full before removal from the farm. Having becrt favoured with instructions from Mr. Jim Takahashij who has retired from farming, we will offer For sale I he following line of farm machinery as I i sled below subject lo additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of iala. TRACTORS 1 1958 John Deere model 720 standard diescl IfCKlor. John Deere model 70 row crop tractor Farmall model A tractor with hydraulics Harris model 20 f roc lor TRUCKS AND CARS 1-1953 Chevrolet half ton Iruek GMC half ton truck 1 1966 Ford half Ion IrucV 1 1949 Ford 2 ton with box Farflo 3 ton truck with box and hoiil 1 >957 Chevrole! 2 door car Chevrolet 4 door car BEFT EQUIPMENT 1 John Deere model 100 sugar beet hnrvester 1 model 66 4 row beet drill 1 plow 1 1964 Kirchner faeer Harvnster beet lopper ond 1 1 row topping unit FEED Apprax 10 TO 15 tons of hay Approx. 5 to 10 Ions of straw Apprax. 2000 bushels of feed barley MACHINERY Deere model T14 baler; 1 H. Grahom Hoemn plow; Deere 3 furrow plowj lond leveller; ditcher; Deero press groin Deere fertiliser spreader; 1 Deere 7 ft, mower; weed sprayer; tired 1 Deere 10 fl. double disc; Deere T2 ft. spring tooth harrow; Deere roke; Deere land packer; 1 Harris cultivator; 1 of harrows; 1 IHC raVe; 1 loader; 1 groin auger. FUEl TANKS gal. singln compartment fuel tonV 1-500 gal, double comportment fuel lank I-Fuel tank HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 1 refrigerator 2-Cois of table and chain wilh matrrcsses heater IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT pfpei linft 7 20 ft, lateral 12-Hydranls l X'ccbner pipe irenlcf 1 'model 282 power pumping unit SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1 h.p. electric molorj pump; motor and pump? tank; tank heater; oilcrj Garden frrfgafion pump wilh afr cooled gas motor; 1 Tank heater; 1-Catllp oiler; tank; of snow Fence; Quantity of plasiic hose; beel hoes, shovels, log chaini, swede sow, frot'or umbrella, trngcition dorm, criicVen Feeders, hydraulic cylinders, windows, doors, lacks, belts, wrenches, hammers, field markers, sockel se's, pUers and more items Joo numerous lo mention AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Plan lo oMsnd this early Spring farm for good irrigation farming equipment. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COAIDAIE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For furlher information phone 345-3534, or (he owner AUCTIONEERS IBS HANOLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 IK. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010111 ;