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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta British weather driest in years By ROD CURKIE 1.0NDON (CP) Many in Britain are anxiously watching the skies these days (or signs you ready for Traditionally the butt of jokes about its damp climate, Britain has just gone through driest winter in almost 40 years and the experts predict a drought unless rainfall increases during (lie summer. Maps published by the West German weather bureau in- dicate an extraordinarily dry in much of North Amer- ica and the Soviet Union as well. Other experts note (hat while Britain last year was having its coolest and driest summer in living memory, the Mediterra- nean countries wc-ve plagued by cyclones and heavy rain. Ear- lier, the winter wheat crop in Russia died in frozen ground because the traditional snow cover never arrived. The pro- growers Sheep call il quits HELENA, JZont. (API-Sixty per cent of the sheep growers in Montana's 19 largest sheep- producmg counties have gone out of business since I960, Hie Montana Livestock Department reports. The predator problem, lacl; of adequate help, weather con- ditions and disease were cited as the problems affecting the sheep industry, with predator control the major factor. LOW ELEVATION The highest elevation in south- ern Ontario is J.YOO feet above sea level. :ective came in time this year but later than usual. European weather scienlsts generally blame a vast high pressure area over the Arctic that has heen building for 10 years, resulting in a spreading cooling process. GOOD FOR TOURISTS Rainfall in Britain during February was down to 59 per cent of average and although tourists and those in the tourist industry are delighted by the sunny skies and promises of a bright summer, many experts warn of dire long-term con- sequences. For instance, in reference to Britain's cool summer last year, some experts have calcu- lated that an over-all average temperature drop of even one degree would'dramatically re duce agricultural yields and mean longer snow cover some areas. In the context of the energy shortage, they warn that fuel demand would in- crease notably. Although there is little or no public concern, some quarters are agitating for greater em- phasis on long-term weather forecasting. Two London newspapers have advocated government assist- ance for Britain's climatic re- search unit at the University of East Ajiglia, the only such unit in Europe. The university team notes that temperatures meas- ured since 1920 at the most northerly recording station on Franz Josef Island in the Arctic have dropped five centigrade degrees in the last 10 years. Some scientists have sug- gested that the solving of long- term weather mysteries should command as much financial support as the daily weather forecasts, on which the British government spends millions ev- ery year. KEN ANDERSON AUCTION SALE located 4 Miles South on Highway 4 ave ovens have been released y the Federal government. The (our pages of regulations, vhich would set standards of esign, construction and func- ioning, were sent to manufac- urers, importers and dis- ribulors last week. They now ave three months to comment n the regulations before tliey vould be put under the Radi- ation Emittting Devices Act, he letter said. Among the proposed safety standards are requirements that: must have off-on in- dictors, doors which will not open when the microwave 15 working and xiwer generators that cannot DC switched on when the rloor is open. must have a per- manently-fixed label showing :he manufacturer, model num- series number, date and place of manufacture, type of microwave generator, peak op- ating voltage, operating fre- quency and the normal max- imum power output. This identi. fication can be in code if the code is registered with the de- partment. warning sign on the oven must be visible from a distance of at least three feet. This pic lure sign must be a two-color inverted triangle containing a drawing of a microwave gener ator. from the oven must not exceed one milliwat of radiation for each square centimetre measured five cenli metres from the external sur face. The proposed standards wen issued shortly after report: from the United States tha most models of microwave leaked radiation. ANDBNNE, Belgium (Rou- ter) Mrs. Flore Carpentier, believed to be the oldest person in Belgium, has died al 107. She had never IcH the small town of Thon-Samson where slw was born on June 4, 1365. Yogurt cures? VIENNA (Reuler) Bulga- rian medical experts claim, Bul- garian yoghurt can cure certain abdominal, intestinal and liver diseases, according lo the offi' cial Bulgarian news agency. GERRIT DeWtT AUCTION SALE TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Located 4 miles South, 2Va miles East of Clareihalm or 2 miles South and 18 miles West of Barons, Alberta, Wednesday, April 4 A.M. SHARP Having received from the owner we will offer for sole at auction the following TRACTORS 1-1971 IHC model 856 diesel tractor with cob, top con- dition; 1 1968 John Deere 4020 diesel tractor with cab, duals, 2-100 hr. original hours; 1 1966 John Deere model 2010 utility Iractor with hyd. 3 pt. hitch, front end loader; Deere model 710 tractor, fully epuipped; gos tractor. HAYING EQUIPMENT 1-1971 New Holland model 1032 hay liner, lifce new condition; 1 Massey Ferguson model 124, like new condition; No. 6 gross clipper with 3 pt. hitch. HARVEST EQUIPMENT 1-T968 John Deere model 106 PTO combine wilh Renn pickup; 1 3970 Versatile model und pickup, HAYING EOT. 5 wheel Darf rake: 1 7' mower; 1 269 New Holland baler; 55 bole, bole itoalcer; 15 bole, fcrk; 1-3 point nUcri mounted ictd broadeoirer; 1--18' four wagonr 1 16' two wheel wagon? wheel Iroiler with boll hitchr )-5 wheel trailer with MISCEUANFOUS 5 24'' Robin roller; bu. capcthy meJfll hog feed- gal. fuel tank pump; Several hundred1 fl- of V plailie Kcse; 2-Electric t-npinei; 2-Set 750-16 ciinini; of (our fl, sloclc (for !i ton or Ion Fordl; of two ft. slock (for or Ji ton SHOP EQUIPMENT 1 180 amp. Forney ore welder- welder; Tooli, chains, shovels; 1-Post drill, l-'i" eledric drill; A number of W x 3" x 14" planksr Severof 20' x 3" x 14" pfanki; Mony more misc. ilemj, FEeD 6r range row mmeraf- Approx, 6000 of green ool and barley ilraw; of grasj Alfalfa hay mixlure. HOUSE AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 21 cubic If.' deep freeze; J-Double door fridge; 1-Adding machine; ond choir; 1 aeam leparalor. HORSES broke snd'dlp Korreii; ting colti; well broke Belgium term mnref; Pony broke la ride or drive and hofnell. BINS 5-2700 bn. capacity rouncf plywood bfnt. LIVESTOCK ranch cowi wifh calve? of feel; bulli Ipurebreds, and 7i) 2 cW 3 year olds; Angus bulls, 2 und 3 year oldi; Charoloii cron 2 year otd bull. Tha description 01 fo condftleni or nl farlh on each ilem ii merely a and U in no way a warranty or quaranlee, actual or imnlied. Heither the audfoneer or rhe owner art retponiible fer any in description er condition. OWNER FRANK BATES PH. 323-0058 SALE CONDUCTED IY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Company Sox 1057, Ulbbrirfgo JOE PERLICH lie. 010293 321-7772 irKBRIDGE, A'.JWTA lit. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK DIVER 071465 Office: Phong 321-3951 EC TO45HER Lie. 012467 fK.n. J4S-6451 SOW ISLAND, AUERTA TONY PERUCH Lie. 010593 Phone 321-9871 UTH.RIDGE. AlBERTA EMU LAQUA AUCTION SALE LOCATED 16 MILES SOUTH AND 2 MILK EAST Of FOREMOST, ALBERTA TERMS: CASH LUNCH SIRVfO SATURDAY, APRIL 14th P.M. SHARP Having received from Mr. La qua who hen Hi farm, we will offer for iaU following: TRACTORS l.H.C. tractor p.t.o. and hydraulics, good rubber, Minneapolis Maline rraclor, dual hydraulics. TRUCKS 5954, 3 ton truck, hoist and wooden groin box. I960, 3 ton truck, molar, dvol cylindsr hoiit, sleel box and floor, TANKS gal. gas tanks, 1000 500 gal., and 250 gal. MACHINERY 2-14 ft. l.H.C. press drills with mQrker; 1 ft. MaisRy Karris wide level and seeder box; ft. John Dcare wide level oneway; II. Field sprayer (10D gal lank) with gos molar; 1-14 it. Graham Hoeme chisel plow with har- rows and draw bar; of 5 ft. Crow foot Chalmers 8 ft. side delivery rake; Harris No. 3 baler; El. K7 blades; 1 16 fl. rod weeder attach- 1 7 ft, pull type mower P.T.O.; 1 rocker seed ipnng tooth horrowi -snd hilch. GRAIN AUGERS 27'.Mayrolh grain loader wilh Wisconsin QOI motor; 1 14 ft. Grain loader; fr. Electric grain augpr. MISCELLANEOUS ram; eteclric welder; welder, tips ,ntc; oir compressor; 1 Grindstone, anvil ond 1 -Wall mount drill; Hydraulic jacks, electrfc motors, roll of new roofing paper, Grease guns, Good assortment of tools; 1 hoist; and die ielj and Decker inch drillj Quanlily of sheets of ply- wood ond lumber; welder wilh 15 h.p. Wis- consin molor; system, pressure pump, lanki and hot water lank; and 1 Briggs and Slralton got motors; Booster Branding irons; water pumpSj Bolt and bolt racki; Welding rods; Hydraulic and connectors; Quantity of barb and imoolh wire. The description as to condition or 01 forth each item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty ftr guarantee, a dual or implied. Neither the autcioneer or owner reponsible for any errors in description or con- dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, lotlibridge Office Company License 071465 JOE PERLICH TONY ftKIKH lie. 010293 lie. 010292 328-9772 Wiont 328-9872 LelhViniJje, Alberta Alb.rto BOB BALOG ED TOHSHER Lie. 067454 lie. 012467 Phone 647-2201 Fheitu 545-6455 Milk River low Ulontl, Alberto FRED L. NELSON AUCTION SALE of Located 6Va miles east and 2 milei south NEW DAYTON, ALBERTA TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED MONDAY, APRIL 9th a.m. Sharp Having received from Mr. Nelion who runt- ed hit land, we offer for tale at auction the following equipment: TRACTORS Deere 5020 (1968) tractor wilh cab, brand new 24.5 x 32 singfe Tires, fully equipped. Deere 830 dieiel with cab, fully equipped, recently overhauled, Massey Ferguson 95 Iroclor, PTO, hydraulics. TRUCKS 1-1958 GMC 2 fan trucV with hoist and box. 1-1965 Ir-'C ton (step iida, long wheel UVESTOCK of good Angus cowj bred to Charolcm bulls and calving from March 26 on, 3 of yearling replacement lypn Including (Angus x (Hereford1 x Char) and {straight Hereford) cross yearling bulls, approx. 850 Ibs, yr. old saddle mare, broke and gentle. MACHINERY 1-16 it. JD 190 swalher, PTO, double swath attach- ment (new 1 16 ft. Massey Harris No. 30 swa- lher, pull type; 2-14 ft. JD IZB hoe drills 7" ipacing; 7 fl. IHC press drills with hitch; 2-14 ff. JD model 500 cenler drive rod on rubber; ft, IHC duplex rod weeders wtlh hilch; ft. IHC rod with hitch; 1 27 fl. Model M Noble blade, hilch, hydraulics, complete; ft. Model H Noble blade 1 18 ft. 5 Standard Victory blacfe with marker; 1 17 ft. IHC model 50 culli valor; 10 ft. Mcrine one ways, good1 pans; 1 14 ft, Noble packer; 1 48 ft. Golden Arrow field sprayer with alumfnum fanlc and exlro nozzles on fronsporli; 1-- 7 ft. Massey Harris mower, tractor rnounl; rofary drive rock picker, PTO, high I if I bucket; manure spreader, wheel driven; ft, sections spring tooth harrows; fl. sections flex harrows; 1 -Davis stone "tcker for front end loader; fl. Mulkey bale i-10 fl. Cockshult double disc; 1-Hand plow; 2-Vi-i''-.. rfrill tronspoj-ls with tires complete. MISCELLANEOUS kp, Briggs and Siratlon slalionory engines; 2-3 to 5 h.p. IHC slationary motors; head and fans; ff, machinery hitches; heavy dwty axle on rubber tiresj 1 pulley for D4 Caterpillar; pulley for WO9; 5 rams complete wilh hoses; 1 Port- able air compressor; 1 tank healer tanV healer ft. 6 inch endiess bell 1 changer; 3 welder; 2 oil jocks; 1 h.p. electric drill; I h.p. Briggs and Si ration gos motor; head gales Iportablel; Numerous tires and lubes; Numerous electric motors and small compressors; Hand dYilli and Bolls, nuts, woshet-6, elc.; Assortment of wrenches, files, elc.; 1 eleclric cream separator (new stock rocks for vi tan truck; Numerous piles of Jcrap Th? description at to condition or otherwise as set forth en each item Is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or gunranlee, actual or implied. Neither tha auctioneer or owner fer any muart in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD, Box 1057, Lethbridge Office Phone 325-3951 COMPANY LICENSE 071465 JOE PERLICH Vic. 010393 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK RIVEft, AVBERTA ED TORSHER Lrc. 012467 Phone 545-6453 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 LHHBRIDGE, AVBERTA ;