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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 30, 1971 - THI IETHMIDOI HUAID - 13 Edmonton plant cuts 40 TAKING NO CHANCES - Motorists In downtown Ottawa were taking no chances and continued to deposit money in this parking meter, even though it was lying on the sidewalk after having been snapped off at the base. Ottawa might withdraw offer for Home Oil EDMONTON (CP) - North-T west Industries Ltd. Friday announced that because of the uncertainty surrounding the future of the Lockheed Aircraft Corp'a L-1011 Tri - Star jet aircraft, it has laid off 40 of its 380 employees. .The firm, in a prepared statement, said it was "an interim move to protect the company's interest and maintain employment at the highest level possible under the present circumstances." The Edmonton firm is making floor, bulkhead and landing components for the Lockheed aircraft under a $28 million contract. The L-1011 originally was scheduled to be placed in commercial service later this year but its future is in doubt because of the financial problems encountered by Rolls-Royce Ltd. of Britain which has the contract for the RB-211 engine designed to be used in the Tri-Star. Northwest Industries said future employment levels will be "determined by the outcome of negotiations now being undertaken" by Lockheed with the United States and United Kingdom governments, Rolls-Royce and the airlines which have ordered the aircraft. "Meanwhile, the production of components will continue," the Northwest spokesman said. Premier Strom speaks briefly to jobless OTTAWA (CP) - Energy Minister J. J. Greene said today the government would withdraw its offer to buy control of Home Oil Co. of Calgary unless agreement on terms is reached soon. Negotiations for a government purchase, announced publicly eight days ago, are continuing. But Mr. Greene told reporters outside the Commons that the offer might be withdrawn, "because I don't think it is in the public interest to have offers hanging in the air indefinitely." The government offer, terms of which are secret, are for controlling interest in Cygnus Corp., the holding company through which Home Oil Presi- dent R. A. Brown of Calgary exercises effective control of the petroleum firm. Mr. Green was asked whether a withdrawal of the government offer would mean Mr. Brown would turn back again to Ashland Oil Co. of Kentucky, the firm that was negotiating with Mr. Brown until last month. The minister replied no. Mr. Brown could-turn to potential private Canadian buyers again. He added there are many Canadian companies inter e s t e d but no offer has been satisfactory to Mr. Brown so far. Northern and Central Gas Corp. of Toronto had made of- QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 LB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALLY 11* HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WEIL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN LETHBRIDGE�WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 - South Parkside Drive For further information phone 327-0811 8:00 a.m.-9:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. SAT. fers before the government bid was announced. Those negotiations were understood to have foundered on disagreement over future management of cash-short Home Oil. When asked whether the government offer would be withdrawn by next week if terms were not agreed, Mr. Greene said "you can assume anything you like." Human error main factor in fire deaths EDMONTON (CP) - Human error was the main factor in the accidental death of 18 Alfoertans killed by fire to March 15 this year, says Alberta fire commissioner A. E. Bridges. "Misuse of gasoline was involved in 16 of the reported cases," he said in a prepared statement. "A combination of cigarette smoking and intoxication combined in 13 other incidents." As well as the fatalities, 28 persons were taken to hospital with burns. Polio epidemic STAPHORST (Reuter) - The municipal council of this polio-stricken Calvanist Dutch town today appealed to all parents to have their children inoculated. Three children have died in the epidemic, blamed partly on the reluctance of many of the town's 10,700 inhabitants to undergo inoculation, and a total of 30 cases compares with Holland's country-wide average of eight a year. We said it-We didn't mouth it It's NO "FUDDLE DUDDLE" So easy to own . . So economical to drivel 71 VEGA  97 Inch Whoelbat.  Standard Front Disc Brakes  30 Milet Par Gallon  The Little Car that doe* everything well. MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM ASK ONE OF OUR COURTEOUS SALESMEN FOR A TEST DRIVE-YOU'LL BE AMAZED BENY CHEVROLET 0LDSM0BILE SHOWROOM OPEN every evening until 9 p.m. SHOWROOM 2nd Ave. and 8th Street S. Phone 327-3147 except Saturday. EDMONTON (CP) - The provincial government, in its efforts to relieve unemployment, is looking into programs that can be rapidly implemented and which require a high labor content, Premier Harry Strom told representatives of the Alberta Federation of Labor. The premier spoke briefly to about 125 persons on the steps of the legislature. The group earlier had marched through the downtown area in support of a brief being presented to the cabinet by the federation, About 300 persons took part in the march which finished before the meeting between the cabinet and the federation representatives. Many of the marchers, deterred by near-freezing temperatures and slight winds in front of the house, had left before the premier, Labor Minister Ray Reierson and federation president Roy Jamba came out to speak. Mr. Jamba told the group he was encouraged by the reception of the brief, which recommended that the government draft emergency legislation to help stimulate the economy and help relieve "the crisis in unemployment." Following the meeting, the premier said the government would give careful study to the federation's brief, which criticizes proposed government reductions in public spending as "regressive." Tories trail in U.K. poll LONDON (AP) - A Gallup poll today showed the Labor party 12 percentage points ahead of the Conservative government in popularity. This was an increase of 4.5 points in the last month. Gallup said the government's popularity had been hit by the unsettled economic outlook and rising unemployment. With "don't knows" excluded, 50.5 per cent said they would vote Labor, 38.5 per cent Conservative, eight per cent Liberal and three per cent others. Last month's figures were 49 per cent Labor, 41.5 per cent Conservative, eight per cent Liberal and 1.5 per cent others. The poll was published by The Daily Telegraph. Steve McQueen asks $1 million NICE, France (AP) - Henri Charriere, the Devil's Island escapee who turned his life story into the best seller Papil-lon, said here Steve McQueen will play the title role in the film version. Charriere said McQueen's asking price for doing the movie is $1 million. RED ARMY GAMES BERLIN (AP) - Sizable Red Army troop movements were reported inside East Germany Friday, police reported. Citing accounts by truck drivers, police said 800 to 1,000 Russian trucks with troops were seen heading from Berlin northeast towards Hamburg. Increased Communist troops movements have been reported recently apparently in connection with annual spring field exercises. JAKE FUNK FARM AUCTION SALE 3 MIIES NORTH OF COALDALE MONDAY, MAR. 22 -11 a.m. Having been favoured with Instruction* from Mr. Jake Funk who hat told his farm, we will offer for tale the following lint of farm machinery at litted below tubject to additions deletion*, errert or minor changot at you may find them the day of the tale. TERMS: Cath the day of the tale, with tettlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS 1-Farm All Model No. 560 tractor with front end loader. 1-John Deere Model B tractor with cultivator. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1 - Cockihutt Model No. 137 combine. 1 - 12 ft. Massey Ferguson Swather with conditioner. SUGAR BEET EQUIPMENT 1-4 row Kirchner beet fop saver; 1-row Kirchner beet lifter; 1-I.H.C. topper cart; 1-4 row I.H.C. beet drill model No. 40> 1-Silver 4 row beet thinner. MACHINERY 1-John Deere 14 ft. hoe drill with fertilizer attachment and alto equipped with slow speed drive; 1-10 ft. Oliver disc on transport; 1 - 12 ft. John Deere rod weeder; 1 - 14 ft. Beetland Packer*; 1-12 ft. I.H.C. spring tooth harrow; 1-30 ft. tractor mount sprayer; 1-New Holland forage harvester; 1-I.H.C. 4 bottom plow; 12 sections of diamond harrows; T-I.H.C. 10" hammermill with conveyor; 1-80 ft. endless driver belt) 1- Gehl forage harvestor with pick-up and cultivator and corn head; 1- forage blower; 1-I.H.C. manure spreader; 1- Massey Harris No. 55 tractor (repairs); 1-I.H.C; 12 ft. model 100 drill with transport with grass seeder attachment; 1 Geoffroy 10 ft. plow with rod weeder attachment; 1-10" hammermlll, Massey Harris; 1-v ditcher; 1- Martin ditcher; 1-Easy Flow fertilizer spreader; 1-I.H.C. 7 ft. mower; 1-Nuefelt pump. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS 1-180 amp. Forney welder. 1-Table taw. 1-Natural gat chick brooder. FUEt TANK 1-500 gallon single compartment fuel tank. MISCELLANEOUS 1-Natural gas range; 1-22 single shot rifle; Quantity of IV plastic pipe; Approximately 30 tons of hay; Approximately 5 tons of straw; 1-7-year-old gelding saddle horse; 2-Children's bicycles; Beds; Dressers; Washing machine. Any Many Mare Item* Too Numerout To Mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOT!: Thit it a very nice clean tale, and plan to attend early at there are very few mite, items to tell. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED 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. AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY ROGER HANDLEY FRED BURTON Lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 010121 Lie. No. 005615 TABER FARM EQUIPMENT CLOSE-OUT AUCTION SALE AT THE PREMISES - 5431 48th AVENUE TABER, ALBERTA TUESDAY, MAR. 30-11 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Shearer who it retiring from the retail implement business, we will offer for tale the following lino of farm machinery, thop teolt and miscellaneous stock at litted below tubiect to additiont, deletiont, orrort or minor changet at you may find them the day of the tale. TERMS CASH the day of the tale, with tettlement in full before removal from promises. Any tpecial arrangements on tome of the larger equipment will be announced at the tale, with possettion only after payment hat been made in full. NEW EQUIPMENT 1-Robin Triplex H.D. cultivator, 20 ft. basic, 24 ft. extensions, with tiret; 1-Robin H.D. cultivator, 8 ft. basic, with tires; 1-New Idea mower, model 251, 7 ft. with tires; 1-New Idea parallel bar rake, model 400, with tires; 1- New Idea wheel rake, model 404, with tires; 1-New Idea push-off stacker, less hyd. cylinder; 3-sections Superior 5 bar coil spring harrows; 3-pair gauge runners for above harrows; 2-sections 6 ft. Noble 3 bar coil spring harrows, with carrier arms; 1-section 7 ft. Noble 3 bar coil spring borrow*, with carrier arms; 1-section 7'/a ft. Noble 3 bor coil spring harrows, with carrier arms; 1-Snowco Jr. 4x16 ft. grain ouger; 1-Superior 4 wheel wagon 6 ton, auto, steering, with tires and 74" gauge; 1-Snowco bale elevator, 24 ft. with loader and truck stacker attachment; 1- Calsa Prairie land special 4 wheel field sprayer, 450 gal. 58 ft. booms; 12 - Flexible groin auger spouts, 6x6 ft.; 2 - Flexible grain auger spouts 7x6 ft; 1-large Snowco grain auger, steel hopper; 2-large Rubber - Maid grain auger hoppers; 2-fiberglass grain auger hoppers; 4- Planet Jr. gorden cultivators ,model 119; 3-B. and S. engines with ball bearing shafts, model 243434 - 10 h.p. rope start; 1- B. and S. engine, with electric start, ball bearing shaft, model 243434 - 10 h.p.; 1- B. and S. engine, model 143301 - 6 h.p., rope start; 1-Wisconsin engine, model S-10-D, lOVi h.p., rope start. USED EQUIPMENT 1-MM tractor, Model U, with Super Six front-end loader; 1-John Deere grain drill - 7x18 run; 1- John Deere spring tooth cultivator, 9 ft. on rubber; 1-John Deere pull type swother, 16 ft. on rubber, with transport; 1- Cockshutt stiff tooth cultivator on steel wheels, 10 ft.; 2-Jeoffroy rod weeder attachments for chisel plows, 14 ft.; 1-Golden Arrow field sprayer, with 200 gal. aluminum tank and 42 ft. booms; 1-Meyer ditcher, model 400, pull type, hydraulic and on rubber tires; 1-Kirchner ditcher, hydraulic or manual control and rubber tires; 1- Chatin ditcher on steel wheel* with built-in hydaulic control; 1-C. M. and S. fertilizer attachment for 7x18 ft. drill; 1-Darf wheel rake on rubber tiret with wind discs; 1- IHC hay baler, model 45 and PTO; 1-Allied Malco bale elevator, 20 ft.,- 1-Snowco bale loader; 1- Aktiv semi-mount PTO mower, 7' ft. on rubber tires; 1 -AM is Chalmers bean cutter; 2-Snowco grain augers, model chieftan, 6x27 ft.; 1-Robin grain auger, 6x26 ft.; 1-Cockshutt floating pick-up; 1-David Bradley garden tractor, with plow and cultivator, with Continental engine; 1 - Choremaster roto-tiller, with B. and S. engine; 1-Wisconsin model AEN, 8'i h.p. engine; 1-B. and S. model 23, 8 h.p. engine (overhualed); 1- Jacobsen Archer 22" lawn mower, with bag and B. and S. motor. SHOP TOOLS 1-Benchgrinder, ball bearing, Delco Electric, l-i h.p.; 1-Speedway Vi" electric drill with full index of high speed drill bits; 1-Speedway electric drill with full index of high speed drill bits; 1-Roe 4" bench vise; 1-Rockwell 8" table saw with motor ond stand; 1 - 1 ton chain hoist; 1-Walker h.d. hyd. floor jock; 1-Butterfield tap and die set; 1-Grey M" drive socket set, with extra sockets; 1-large Taylor safe; 50-gol. oil dispenser with pump, leg chain, wrenches, hammers, chisels, socket sets. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COAlDAilE, 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 ALBERT SALVAGE FARM AUCTION SALE ONE MILE WEST AND Vh MILES SOUTH OF GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA TUESDAY, MARCH 23--11 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having been favoured with instruction! from Mr. Sal-vage who hat told hit farm, we will offer for tale the fallowing line of farm machinery at litted below tubiect to additiont, deletiont, errors or minor changot at you may find thorn the day of the tale. TERMS CASH the day of the tale, with tettlement in full before removal from the farm. Any tpecial arrangements on some of the larger .quip, ment will be announced at the sale, with pottettion only after payment hat been made in full. TRACTORS 1-John Deere Model 80 Diesel with cab. (This is a good, clean unit ond well looked after). 1-John Deere Model D with hyd. 1-Case Model 500 Diesel with cab. TRUCKS 1 - 1952 Fargo 3 Ton with grain box and hoist. 1-1953 Fargo 1 Ton with wooden box and cattle racks. COMBINE 1-John Deere Model 55 Self Propelled Combine with reel, pickup and straw chopper. SWATHER 1-IHC 15 ft. Pull Type Swather. MACHINERY 1-15 ft. Graham Plow, hyd. lift, with rod weeder attachment; 1-IHC 4 Furrow Hyd. 14" Plow; 2-IHC 10 ft. One Ways, hyd. and rubber tires; 2-John Deere 10 ft. Press Drills with gang hitch and marker; 3-Sections Flexible Harrows; 1-27 ft. Mayroth Grain Auge' with 5 1o 8 h.p. motor- B and S; 1-41 ft. Mayrath Grain Auger with Kroeler 12 h.p. electric start; 1-7 ft. New Idea Trail Type PTO Power Mower; 1-Golden Arrow Weed Sprayer with 33 ft. boom; 1-1967 12 ft. Victory Blade with marker; 1-Eversman V Ditcher, hyd., 1-14 ft. Flat Bed 2 Wheel Trailer; 1-Post Hole Digger-tractor mount-hyd. lift; 1 - Smith Roles 14 ft. Bin Sweep with gas motor; 4-Hyd. Heavy Duty Rams with hoses. STORAGE TANKS 1-500 Gol. Fuel Tank-single comp. with steel stand. 1-500 Gal. Heavy Duty Water Tank. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT 1-Forney Electric Welder; 1-Paint Sprayer Outfit with volume tank; 1-large drive heavy duty socket set; Wrenches, hamm*rs, saws, log chains, chain tighteners, electric bench grinder, forks shovels, crow bars and many more items too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Anyone looking for good farm equipment or tractor* it well advised to attend thit tale at Mr. Salvage hat taken very good care of hit equipment. Watch Channel 7 TV at 5:57 p.m. Sundayt for up-to-date reportt on auction tales for the coming week. 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 AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 00S615 Lie. No. 010121 JOHN YOUNIE FARM AUCTION SALE 4Vj miles north of Park Lake or 7 miltt .ast of Nobleferd and Vj mil* north NOBLEFORD, ALBERTA THURSDAY, MAR. 25 -11 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having b.en favoured with Inttructiont from Mr. John Younie who hat rented hit farm, wo will offer for tale the following line of farm machinery at litted below tubiect to additiont, deletiont, errors or minor changet at 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 hat been made in full. TRACTORS 1-1966 Duetz tractor with air cooled motor, 65 h.p., with cab. 1-Massey Harris model 55 tractor. Natural gas or gas. 1-Minneapolis Molin. model U tractor with Ranch King loader. IRRIGATION EQUIPT. New in 1971 and hat been used only 15 days 1-\i mile of 6" main line. 1- \'t mile of 5" main line. 1-V* mile of Ireco wheel move, centre risers every second pipe. 1-5x6 Berkley pumping unit, PTO on cart. TRUCK 1-1947 Chevrolet 3 ton truck with 1953 motor with heist and grain box. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-1965 Gleaner model A combine with cab - 14 ft. with Sund pick-up and Heston chopper. 1-Minneapolis Moline pull type PTO swather. MACHINERY 1-John Deere 14' press drill with fertilizer attachment (like new); 1-14 ft. Noble blade model K; 1-Edwards rod weeder with cultivator; 1-Glenco 10' chisel plow; 2-10 ft. IHC duplex rod weeders; 1-20 ft. crazy harrows; 5-sections of diamond harrows; 1-weed sprayer, 35 ft. with 400 gal. tank; 1-Kirchner ditcher -hyd. lift; 1-wooden land leveller, with roller; 1-New Holland model 69 baler; 1-Malco poo-up bale loader, with extensions; 1 - 12 ft. crowfoot packers; 1-Cockshutt PTO mower; 1-John Deere side delivery rake; 1-Minneapolis Moline manure spreader - 80 bushel; 1-35 ft. Versatile grain loader, with 2 h.p. electric start motor; 1-24 ft. grain loader with gas motor; 1-Line fanning mill - complete; 1- Mocleods 11" grinder; 1-stock trough; 1-Case 3 bottom plow, on steel wheels; 1-John Deere beet drill, on steel wheels; 1-Flax swath roller; 1- John Deere one woy, 8 ft. on rubber. FUEL TANKS 1-500 gallon double compartment fuel tank. 1-300 gallon single compartment fuel tank. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1-Forney 180 amp. welder; 1-Smith acetylene welder; 1-electric brooder stove; approx. 500 ft. of V*" natural gas hose; approx. 300 ft. of heavy duty 440 extension cord; approx. 1 mile of barbed wire; 1-oir compressor; hommers, log chains, wrenches, bench vise, grinders and other shop tools; many more items too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD Chairs, tables, etc. 1-gas lawn mower. SPECIAL 1-Zenith riding lawn mower. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Thit is a very nice, clean tale to attend as Mr. Younie hat kept hit machinery in exceptionally good thape. There are very few thop toolt and mit-celianeou* itemt to tell, to plan to attend early. Watch Channel 7 TV at 5:57 p.m. Sundayt for up-to-date report* on auction talet for the coming week SALE 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 the owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 00561S lie. No. 010121 ;