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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHtRIDOE HERALD Saturday, April I, Spring has sprung For this Belleville, Ont., tot, three-year-old Maggie Mulhall spring means crocuses, among the first of the backyard flowers to appear each year. Thursday was a great day for crocuses in southern Ontario with the temperature touching 70. COMINQSALIS EGLAND AUCTIONS TUESDAY, April 9th S. SEVERTSON FARM SALE ENCHANT WEDNESDAY, April 10th NORM TONNESON FARM SALE ENCHANT THURSDAY, April 11th DAVE SHEARER FARM SALE CARMANGAY MONDAY, APRIL 15th Consignment Machinery Auction Sale SUNDIAL HALL YARD LISTINGS ACCEPTED TILL SALE TIME TUESDAY, APRIL 16th LETHRIK I. aUlRXI FARM SAL! CARMANGAY THURSDAY, APRIL 18th QLKN MATHBWS FARM SAL! TURIN DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED W. 0. (BILL) QUINN JOHN DEERE PARTS SALE Location to announced Other sales now being listed. Dates etc. to be announced. LIST YOUR FARM SALE EARLY FOR CHOICE DATES CALLTODAY ALAN EGLAND DEAN GStEN Phone 643-2108 Phone 739-2185 Carmangay Turin Lie. 010101 Lie. 010388 DAVID SHEARER FARM AUCTION SALE PROM South, 6 East Or from North on Highway 23 then 6 East TERMS CASK DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE Thurs., April 11 a.m. Having received inttructiont from Mr. David Shearer who haa reduced his (arming operation we will offer the following by public auction. The articiea liated below are merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee aa tocondition, aize or age and are aubjecl to minor changes aa you may find them the day of the ule. 1470 Diesel 4 wheel drive with 4 wheel drive steering, dual hyd., cab. TILLAGE No. 52 M.F. Tan- dem disc, hyd.: ft. No. CP 431 Morris Chisel Plow Rod Attach, (done only 300 14' Noble Blade hyd and hitch. style hitch for 12'-15' implements. Gareau Blade, hyd. Hoeme Chisel Plow, hyd. J.D. Surflex hyd. IHC No. 5 IHC Rod Weeders. 1 12' No. 5 Rod Weeder. IHC Double Discs. Noble Blade IHC Land Packers. 30' Crazy Harrow. 10' section Crazy Harrow cart. Mayrath Engine. 1 8" 43' PTO Hutchinson. Mayrath en- gine. Utility. Augers. gal. Water Tank. gal. Water Tank. gal. Propane Tank. 1000 gal. Fuel Tank. 300 gal. Tank. HOUSE 2V Tandem self contained Terry Holiday Trailer. Camper, like new. MOTOR BIKES AND Mini Enduro motor bike. 125 2 cyl: motor bike. Skiroule Snowmobile, engine 1 year old and trailer. HOUSE (Subject to Prior 32x34 2 storey 4 bedroom house, carpeted throughout. This house has been completely renovated within the past six years. For further information contact auction firm or owner at 757-2141. HOUSEHOLD AND 4 burner Propane Range, like new. burner Gurney Pro- pane apartment size Range. Coal Stove, antique. Fruit Cupboards. Coal Oil Humidifier. batt. op. Radio. tric Radiant. 21 cu. ft. Deep Freeze. Propane Space Heater. Coal Heater. Oil Space Heater. Vilos Solid Rock Maple Kitchen Suite. Oliveti Electric Adding Machine. 3 Brush Electrolux Floor Polisher. RCA Victor Stereo, like new. 18' self propelled duals, like new, rubber, canvas. PTO 18' canvas, like.new. Vi Ton Chev. eng., miles on new motor, 4 speed, good rubber. Ford V? Ton V8, 4 sp., LWB. 1Vz Ton Chev., running cond. IH Loadstar 3 ton. With grain box, hoist, stock racks, new motor. Several sections Diamond Tooth homemade sprayer gal. tank, Dozer Blade- 1 Carter Disc: 1 Macteod Grinder; 1 8 h.p. Wisconsin Loader Eng.; 1 New 10 h.p. Elect. Start Eng.; 5 h.p. BS Eng.; 1 Swamp Cooler ideal for Hog or Dairy Farms; 1 36 h.p. v.g. 4D-V4 Wisconsin eng., complete 1 Roto Tiller and Lawn Mower; Quantity of lumber of various dimensions and size; Liquid Fertilizer; "Quantity of Cultivator Shovels, 2 Rolls Snow Fence; Monarch Stationary Pump eng., approx. 300' 220 electric cord; Quantity of Down Grain P.U.fingers; 2" Plastic Hose; Quantity of Scrap Iron; Endless Belt; 30' Windmill Tower like new Beaty Pumper; 6 Home Warner Metal Hog Feeder. Acetylene Welder; h.p. Electric Mot- ors; Drill; 1 Post Drill; Air Compressor 1 impact Wrench; Step Ladders; Bolts; Grease Guns; Shovels; Picks; Bars; Chains; Tire Chains; Quaniiiy ui Electric Motors; Quantity of Used Tires; h.p. Electric Speed Rods; Hyd! Hose; Belts; Other Farm Tools and Forney 250 amp Welder; Elect. Drill; Tap and Die Set; Bench Vise; Skill Saw; Gray Bowney Socket Set. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: The equipment in trtia wile In generally good condition and mostly modern and up to date. Anyone planning on purchasing equipment this year we would to attend thia i: is one of the larger fata we have lifted to date. SY AUCTIONS CARMANOAY, ALMRTA AUCTIONEERS ALLAN IOLAND DEAN OMEN Lie. 010101 Lie. 010386 Phone 043-2106 Phone 739-2185 Carmangay. Alia. Turin. Alia. CLERK CASHIERS HOWARD DUNN Geoff 757-2419 Phone 739-2207 Glen 643-2229 Ontario 'not involved' in M. oil error TORONTO (CP) Ontario was not involved in comput- ations that might lead to a ISO- million error in the oil price agreement, Ontario Energy Minister Darcy McKeough SUNDIAL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION SALE 8 miles north and 3 miles west of Turin Sundial Hall Yard TERMS CASH IN FULL DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE MONDAY, APRIL 15-10 a.m. sharp We will offer tar aale the following by public auction. The article! liated below are merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee at to condition, aize or age and aubject to minor aa you may find them the day of the tale. TRACTORS: MH 555 diesel tractor, hyd. and PTO motor just overhauled. TRUCKS AND CAR: Chev ton, 1960, 6 cyl., Apache 20 truck; 1963 Ford Vt ton LWB Fleetside, good shape; 1962 Chev 80 Series tag axle, 10-12 yd. gravel box, new hoist, 348 rebuilt motor, 5x2 trans, good shape; 1962 Chev Vi ton 6 cyl. SWB good shape. Car: 1970 Pontiac Laurentian, 350 V8, 4 door, auto., radio, new tires, new paint, motor just tuned up, P.S., P.B., nice unit, subject to prior sale. COMBINE: John Deere Model 65 P.T.O. combine complete with pick-up. CAMPERS, ETC.: 8' truck camper, some facilities; 1968 Hiawatha hard top tent trailer, good condition; Camperette stove, bed, cupboards, etc. MACHINERY: Minntoba 82' field'sprayer, low profile 360 gal. tank, large pump, good shape (tandem) Victory 16' blade; 2 ton fertilizer spreader; A.C. roto baler; IHC D.D. press drill 6" spacing, solid packers; Noble hoe drills hitch and fertilizer att. movers; A.C. 14' double disc on rubber, good shape; M.H. 12' No. 36 One Way seeding att. Spiral H.D. packers, like new; M.H. 12 No. 26 One Way seeding att. fair condition; M.H. 15' No. 26 One Way seeding att. good condition; I.H.C. 18' disc all set pans for 15' discall good; 1V Graham Hoeme chisel plow; 14' Noble blade; Cockshutt 12' No. 11A One Way seeding att.; packers, 3', 4', 5'; Cockshutt 3 bottom 14" speed plow on rubber, hyd., cont.; jCase 3-14" plow on steel, hyd., cont.; Graham Hoeme 14' chisel plow, lever cont.; Foot packers, 4' and 5', JD; J.D. 4 row corn cultivator to fit model 730 J.D.; IHC Model 100 D.D. press drill; solid packers marker, transports, Danuser 3 point hitch 8' cultivator; sprinkler, system; Ford 301 pumping unit, mile; 3" hand move sprinkler pipe. MISCELLANEOUS: Victory drill movers to fit IHC No. 100 drill; 6 24" x 12' Culvert or Well casing number of new and used telephone poles; horse trailer Mayrath 27' auger 9HP Wise.; Snowco 30' grain auger motor; wind reel to fit 90 or 92 MH combine; hydraulic cylinder, small oil stove; acetylene welding outfit; miscellaneous welding rods; new stock waterer 12" grain roller; large trough; Ingersol V4 electric impact wrench; cattle herd gate (like 40' grain giant grain elevator; 450 Ibs. cert. Sawki Russian Wild Rye Grass: 50' Endless belt good shape; quantity ot plastic cement; Asbestos fibred liquid aluminum coating; quantity of rooting tar; many other articles and machinery to be listed by sale time. HORSES: horses; stallion. HOUSEHOLD: Electric blanket, table lamp, misc. dishes, fruit jars, picture frames, occasional rocking chair, 3 piece luggage set, electric floor polisher, exercise bicycle, Frigldaire 4 burner, 40" electric range, Connors washing machine. SALE CONDUCTED SY OSEEN AUCTION SERVICES TURIN, ALBERTA CLERK CASHIERS HOWARD DUNN OMflDtBow FhMM PIMM7M-M07 Qton Anotorwn Ml-ttM OIAN OSKN Uc.OKUM Phone 7W-I1M Turin, Alberta AUCTIONEERS ALLAN IOJLAND Lie. 010101 Phone M3-21M Carmangay, Alberta said Friday. Mr. McKeough told Opposi- tion Leader Robert Nixon in the legislature that his statisticians are looking into the matter to see what effect it will have en Ontario. He said his ministry was unable to give Premier William Davis all the advice it would have liked to because of a lack of consultation with the provinces by Ottawa. Mr. Davis was at the meeting last month during which the premiers agreed the wellhead price of domestic crude was to be raised to a barrel from But the federal government forgotto include higher-priced oil from the Alberta oil sands and oil derived from natural gas in the new agreement. One published report said the error could cost Canadian consumers ?30 million. In the Commons Friday, External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Alberta has decided unilaterally that there should be increases for "certain kinds of oil" above the cost "but the average increase is so small we are not prepared to question it." SEVERT SEVERTSON FARM AUCTION SALE 4 Miles North, 2 East and Vt North of ENCHANT, ALBERTA TERMS CASH IN FULL DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE TUESDAY, APRIL 9 P.M. Having received Inetructkme from Mr. Sever) Severtaon, who haa fold hii farm, we will offer, the following by public auction: TRACTORS: M.F. No. 95 Diesel tractor cab, PTO, hyds., power steering, good tires; M.M. U Diesel tractor, hyds., Co-op gas tractor front end loader. TRUCKS: 1958 3 ton G.M.C. Series 9600 twin hoist and box, stock racks, 1952 1 Ton G.M.C. flat deck, good tires, good running order, 1949 3 Ton Mercury, good hoist and army box, motor not running. COMBINES AND SWATHERS: M.H. No. 90 Super 14' combine Sund pickup, new factory rebuilt motor last fall; M.H. No. 21 12' Combine ,R, done less than 12 days work on factory rebuilt motor; CCIL 15' S.P. swather canvas; 15' Hume pickup reel to fit above; Cockshutt No. 402 .15' pull type swather, hyd., cont., done less than 800 acres. MACHINERY: 1968 M.F. 15' One Way Discer seeding and fertilizer att., packer hitch; None Plug Noble Packers for above: New Holland Model 68 Baler; Nobie No. 3K Blade 18' new shovels, hyds.; Noble No. 2K Blade 14' hyds.; Graham Hoeme 16! Chisel Plow, hyd., cont.; Cockshutt No. 4A high speed 14" 4 bottom plow on rubber; I.H.C. 14" 4 Bottom Plow on steel; J.D. 12' Fertilizer Spreader, good; 8 Flexible Harrows draw bar; M.H, 10' One Way on rubber; M.H. 10 ft. One Way on steel; I.H.C. 10'' Double Disc; Scoop-a-Second 30' Grain Auger Kohler Motor. GRASS SEED: App. 500 Ibs. Sainfoin Grass Seed. SPRINKLER PIPE AND TRAILER: 700-800 ft. 4" Sprinkler pipe, 20' and longer, risers and couplers; Pipe Trailer. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT: B.S. Gas Motor, Air Compressor, 100 Ib. Propane Bottle, Water Pump, Large 3 Prong Gear Puller, (new) M.H. Pickup, Quantity Scrap, 2 Steel Hog Feeders, Barb Wire, 16'4" Auger, used Pots, Hog Wire. ANTIQUES: Ton Ford Truck, 1948 Stude- baker Champion 4 Door; 3 Model A Wire Wheels; Side Board Buffet; Singer Sewing Machine. HOUSEHOLD: 2 Older Fridges in working order; 3 Burner Propane Stove, with stand. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: TNi it merely gwtde and to M you ttnd tiwm At tfw SALE CONDUCTED SV OSEEN AUCTION SERVICES TURIN, ALMRTA CLERK CASHIERS HOWARD DUNN OeoflDeSoer Phont 7I7-S41. Phone (Men Andereon Phone MJ-31M DEAN OSEBN LIC.0103N Turin, AUCTIONEERS ALLAN IQLAND Lie. 010101 Phone M3-210I Carmangay, Alberta Lung cancer increases in Soviet Union By THEODORE SHABAD New York Tlmet Service NEW YORK Soviet cancer statistics recently issued in Moscow show a steady increase in the rate of deaths from cancer over the last 12 years in a trend similar to that in the United States. However, the Soviet rate of 129.5 deaths per population in 1971-72 was described as the lowest among the industrially developed countries. The United States rate rose from 161.4 in 1971 to 166.8 in 1972, according to the national centre for health statistics. The Soviet data show a sharp increase in male deaths in the 40-59 age group attributed to a rise of lung cancer incidence. About 1.5 million persons now living in the Soviet Union are said to have been cured of cancer, the same number that has been reported cured in the United States. "Cure" means no evidence of- the disease at least five years after treatment. The Soviet cancer statistics were discussed last month at the American Cancer Society's science writers' seminar in St. Augustine, Fla. Dr. Marvin A. Schneiderman. a statistician at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesdan, Md., said that the Soviet Union and the United States could benefit from co-operation in the study of cancer distribution patterns because both were large countries with diversified environments and many ethnic groups. Ethnic and environmental factors are believed to play a role in the incidence of 'various types of cancer. Schneiderman said that the dominant cancer types in the Soviet Union were actually those of a developing country while the epidemiology ir. the United States was typical of a highly developed country. Schneiderman for example, that breast cancer, typical of advanced societies, was most common in Estonia, a republic with one of the highest standards of living in the Soviet Union. The Soviet cancer statistics were published in the monthly Vestnik Statistiki and interpreted by Dr. Gyuldzhan Bakhmetova in the March 20 issue of the weekly Literaturnaya Gazeta. Bakhmetova's article was evidently designed to combat a view, apparently widespread in the Soviet Union, that cancer was inevitable and that .there was no solution. She urged a more aggressive information campaign through the press, radio, and. public lectures to tell Soviet citizens about gains in the fight against cancer. The Soviet Union has no counterpart of the American Cancer Society, and all public information services are government-controlled. In tracing the increase of Soviet Cancer deaths from 115.5 per population in 1960 to 129.6 in 1971-72. Bakhmetova attributed the trend to changes in the age and sex distribution of the population. She noted that the average age had been rising in recent years, with persons over 60 accounting for 9.4 per cent of the total in the 1959 census and 11.8 per cent in 1970. Cancer appears to strike the aged more frequently. As for the changing sex distribution in the older age groups, war losses in the past had sharply increased the number of women over men. Since cancer in men is generally more common than in women, the death rate tends to rise as more men move into the older age groups. Deaths by age group and sex in the Soviet statistics showed a dropping off of death rates in virtually all groups except the 40-49 and 50-59 age groups among men. Smoking Bakhmetova attributed the rise in male cancer death rates to an increase in lung cancer associated with smoking. Male deaths from cancer of respiratory organs rose by 15 per cent over the last five years, from 33.9 per in 1966-67 to 38.9 in 1971-72. Death rates from lung cancer were said to be five times higher for men than for women, a ratio similar to that in the United States. In comparing Soviet Cancer death rates with those in other countries, Bakhmetova used statistics for 1967, the last year for which international comparisons were available. She said that 125.5 cancer deaths per population in the Soviet Union compared with 262.3 in Austria, 293.3 in Belgium, 213.1 in Denmark, 207.3 in France, 230.3 in West Germany and 227.9 in Britain. NORMAN TONNESON FARM AUCTION SALE 1 Mile East and 1 Mile South of ENCHANT, ALBERTA TERMS CASH IN FULL DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE Wednesday, April 10 1 p.m. sharp Hiving received instruction! from Mr. Norman Tonneaon who told (arm, will the following by public auction: TRACTORS: 1967 Model 880 Oliver Diesel Tractor cab, hyds, LPTO, good shape; J.D. Model B Gas Front End Post Driver; M.H. 203 Gas Tractor Farm hand Front End Loader (hay basket, bucket, manure COMBINE: Cockshutt 15' SP Combine pickup. TRUCK: CMC 3 Ton 1953 Truck hoist and box, good sha'pe. SPRINKLER PIPE: 40 lengths A M 40' x 4" Sprinkler Pipe End Risers. MISCELLANEOUS: Quantity Diamond Harrows drawbar; Quantity used Grader Blades; Gallon Storage Tanks, hoses and nozzles; 300 Gallon Water Tank; Quantity Telegraph Poles, various lengths, good; 200 Gallon Sprayer Tank; 2 Lumber Wagons; Loader for parts; 10' Dump Rake; Studebaker Truck frame x 20 tires; Water pump on trailer, air compressor, regent 180 amp electric weJder; J.D. 24' Fanning Mill on transport' seives; 14' x 4" Auger; High Pressure Paint Spraying Outfit (2 500' Heavy Duty Electric Cable on Roller; Anvil; Leg Vise; Post Drill; Hydraulic Rams; Forge Blower; Chains; Forks; Shovels; Saws; Irrigation Dams; Jacks; Bars; Gopher Traps; Quantity Cedar Post; Barb Wire; Barrel; Large Quantity Scrap; 4 Burner Electric Range; 2 Wheel Trailer; Many other articles too numerous to mention. MACHINERY: Cockshutt 12' No. 225 One Way Seeding .Attach, like new; Graham Homoe 14' Chisel Plow; Land Leveiier 10' x 28' hyd. con.; Cockshutt 15' Wide Level seeding att.; I.H.C. Rod Weeders on steel; J.D. 14' D.D. Press Drill fert. att. on steel; M.H. 10' One Way on Rubber, large pans; National 42' Field Sprayer; Cockshutt 3 Bottom 14" Plow on steel; Ditcher, Malco 28' Grain Auger Johnson 10' Blade. CONDUCTED SY OSEEN AUCTION SERVICES TURIN, ALBERTA CLERK CASHIERS nwm7M-ttQ7 Dt AN OMEN UC.0103M PtMM7M-llU Turin, Albert! Otan Andwton RMM AUCTIONEERS ALLAN CQLAND Lie. 010101 Phone ;