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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta OOALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school dimes: HAYS: Tuesday, April 10, in fihe school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, April 10, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, April 10, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, April 11, in tlie school from to p.m. VAUXHALLs Wednesday, April 11, in the school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, April 12, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, April 12, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; or Taiber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their ibildren are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on ve- nereal disease, a mounting leatth problem, is readily available and fully confiden- tial. Toly studies more agro at university CLARESHOLM (Special) Allen Toly, district agricultur- ist here, is furthering -his stud- ies at the University of Cal- ifornia at Davis, Calif. Acting in his absence is Hans Lung, assistant district agricul- urist. He recently came from 2ardston to assume that post. Wr. Toly win return in June. Oldest store in southwestern Alberta tundbreck fading, oldest store in southwestern Alberta, was sold recently by Don Timmermans to A. J. Neuberger of Pincher Creek. The business was established in 1898 by Walter Knight. Limclbreck trading has 75-year history By C. A. WEEKES Herald News Service COWLEY The oldest trad- ing post or store in southwest- ern Alberta, Lundbreck Trad- ing, has changed ownership. Don Timmermans has sold the business to A. J. Neuberger of Pincher Creek. In 1898 Walter Knoght estab- lished the business. Settlers were coming in on the heels of the Royal North West Mounted Police and Alberta was a part of the North West Territories. It was 'in 1905 that Lund and Breckenridge, both experienced railway contractors, discovered bituminous coal along the Crowsnest River. Lundbreck soon became busy coal mining town bearing CURRIE'S FINE FOODS MIKE SAKATCH AUCTION SALE 1 MILE SOUTH, 1 MILE EAST, 1 MILE NORTH OF RETLAW, ALBERTA FRIDAY, APRIL 13th NOON TERMS CASH Having received instructions from Mr. Sakalch, who toM hit farm, will offer tho following by public auction. TRACTOR JD model R diesel, hyds. good. IHC Super WD6 tractor COMBINE AND TRUCK MH model 26 combine, 12' table reel 1953 Chev. 1 ton truck, hoist and box FARM MACHINERY Cockshutt 10-12' chisel plow, hyd. cont.; IHC 10' oneway seeder attach, hyd. cant, on rubber, old model. Golden Arrow 32' field sprayer pump; Crowfoot east packers; Victory 11' blade; JD 10' 00 drill 18x7' marker; IHC 10 double disc; Allied 35 ft. grain auger, good; 2 wheel trailer box. MISCELLANEOUS 500 gal. water tank. 500 gol. fuel storage tank hose and stand; sprayer marker; old windmill tower; hand fuel pumps; auger hopper; shovels; bars; wrenches; pipe cutter; JD hydraulic socket sets, hammers; tap and die set; V-1" bolts; 12'x4" auger with elecJric motor; lawn mower c'w 3 h.p. motor; chain hoists; quantity steel bits; spray; new cultivator shovels; cables; quantity of plywood, anvil; post drill; leg vise; Macleod 6-12 volt battery charger; Skil electric drill; portable propane heater bottle; Macleod air compressor; Modeod 1'4 pump and motor like new; electric grinder; quantity exten- sion cords; set steel bits; many other articles too numerous to mention. FURNITURE West Holly 4 burner propone range; electric fridge; Dumont 24" TV, good; GE vacuum deoner, floor polisher, Winnipeg cols. ANTIQUES Old stone hand grinder; upright writing desK- wrijing desk; 5 matching choirs; oak table old bedstead brass knobs; Singer 1906) treodle sewing mochine No. H596334 complete and in working order; tool oi) iompi; W. J. Copp and Son Co. pot bellied heater thased good; old dresser. No. 1 and 2 Taylor Forbes fiatirons. A. J. Undeman 3 burner kerogos stove; gloss wash board; old cast iron forever kitthen range; bedstead; many other articles too numerous to menlion. LUNCH Will BE SOWED HAMMON OSEEN AUCTION SERVICE TURIN, ALBERTA DEAN OSEEN JERRY HAMMON AllAN EGIANO license 010386 license 010385 license OT0101 Phone 739-2185 Phone 738-4340 Wwma 643-2108 TURIN TURIN CAXMANGAY a name composed of the names of the two men. In 1909 Arthur Densmore bought out Lundbreck Trad- ing. ENLARGED Under his direction the store was enlarged to meet in- creased demands of miners and ranchers in the area. For 51 years Mr. Densmore operated Lundbreck Trading and-served the community well. In 1961, after the deaft of Mr. Densmore, the business was ta- ken over by Don Tumnermans. The new owner carried on in the same pattern, the tradition- al general store with its reputa- tion for good merchandise. Mr. Timmermans liked the area and the people. Once when be was in dricago a di- rector of the stockyards told him, "The finest cattle on earth are raised around Lundbreck." Mr. Timmermans says the peo- ple here are the "finest in the world too." He took time to assist in the affairs of the community, be- coming secretary of the citi- zens' committee of the hamlet. He was for years president of the Livingstone Home and School Association. As an elder of the Christian Reformed Church at BeBevue, be devoted much time to church affairs. Community affairs involved the sale of the Lundbrecfc Light and Power Company and es- tablishment of the utility coop with the goal of bringing a wa- ter system to the hamlet. This had his fullest interest and par- ticipation. He would have liked to have seen an expansion of the hamlet. Mr. Timmermans contem- plates moving to the west coast where his brother has establish- ed a business. His family will accompany him in early April. His many friends wish him well. The sale was handled by Chief Mountain Realty with Leslie Jasman the agent for this Cowley firm. The new owner, A. J. Neu- berger, is planning a grand opening in the near future. He will cany on the 75-year-old tradition of service. Heart-breaker ends season for Noble Central Roadmnners NOBLEFORE (Special) The Noble Central Roadrunners have just completed a 52-game winning streak and a one-game losing streak. They dropped the county championshp game by one point. The Roadrunners were !n grst place in the north county league and are the north area champions. Carolyn Sjogren, Wilma Bak- ker, Shelly Konynenfoelt and Kathy Jankunis were among tlhe top scorers in the league. Carolyn Sjogren also won a couple of "most valuable play- er" awards. Miss Pezderic best speaker FORT MACLEOD (Special) The 'Willow Creek district final junior 4-H speaking com- petitions were won by Marlys Pezderic of the Claresholm Light Horse Club. Her topic was the "Quarter horse and tack to use." Placing second was Connie Vallieres of the Fort Macleod Beef Club. She spoke on Twi- light World. Judges were Milo Fleming of Claresholm, Eva Davis of Fort Macleod and Cleve Hill of Leth- Edge Mohr of Granum pre- sented Miss Pezderic with a plaque. Dennis Gibb of toe depart- ment of youth, culture and rec- reation spoke to the assem- blage. RCMP musical ride set for July 15 FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod Centen- nial Society has received pub- licity material for fee RCMP musical ride to be staged in Midnight Stadium July 15 at a.m. The 32 men and horses wffl exemplify 12 different exercises before proceeding to Edmonton for Klondike Days. The society will provide ex- tra seating for the expected ca- Vice-Chcrirman NATAL (HNS) Reg Taylor of Sparwood was elected vice- chairman of the East Eootenay Union Board of Health at a re- cent meeting held at Cran- brook. Mrs. Mae Williams of Fernie was elected chairman and Dr. J. M. H. Hopper was named secretary. J. R. 'Ray' GREGORY Farm Auction Sole 1 MILE WEST OF BROCKET TO SUMMERVMEW ROAD AND 9 MILES NORTH SATURDAY, APRIL 14th TIME: P.M. IUNCH SERVED BY HIUSVIEW LADIES' CLUB TRUCKS AND TRACTORS Minneapolis Model G with new rubber, Minneapolis Model U 1947 Ford 3-ton 1952 CMC %-ton MACHINERY 12 ft. JcHroy cultivator; 14 ft. Case Hoe drill; 12 ft. Jcnh Deere rodweeder; Mode! 33 Oliver combine; 12 ft. Minnea- polis pull-type swather; No. 60 Oliver baler; IHC No. 15 delivery rake; IHC 7 ft. Semi-mount power mower; New Idea 7 ft. trail-type power mower; 10-bale bole stooker. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT New ilide-in stock rack; 20 ft. SnoCo grain auger; Sprayer tank and trailer; 10 ft. dump rake; Modeod's groin grinder; Rubber tired wagon end rocfc; gol. single comp. fuel tanks; gol. water tank; Modeod's water pump with Wisconsin 2-cyi. motor mounted on trailer; Simplicity garden cultivator with 9 h.p. B end S motor. SHOP EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Forney 180 amp. electric welder; Blacksmith forge; Anvfl; In in. electric drill; Assorted shop tools and wrenches; 7 in. x 50 ft. endless belt; Scrap iron; Pyrex ocetylene welder; Post leg vise; Choin blocks; Quantity of plastic pipe; Quantity 6 ft. treoted posts. ANTIQUE AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Antique drewer ond cJiest; Square ook dining toble; Wooden butter bowl, paddle and molds; Several crocks end juas.; Pidwre fromeA; Singer sowing Kitchen table; stand; Two butter chums; Kerosene lanterns ond lamps; Set of Encyclopedia 1911 edition; Bed. AUCnONEfftS DAVE McNAB GERALD THOMPSON Licence No. 010221 Ucenee No. 010222 Prxwe 234-2206 Phone 627-4278 pacify crowd at per person admission. From 1 to 7 p.m. the same day the RCMP Band will perform at Standoff. This is a rare op- portunity for south Albertans to witness two RCMP events in one day. HAUSER BROS. (JOHN and FRANK) Form Auction Sale 1 MILE.SOUTH-5 MILES EAST OF CARMANGAY, ALTA. TERMS CASH IN FULL DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE TUESDAY, APRIL 10 A.M. SHARP Having received from John and Frank Hauser who have retired from farming, we will offer the following by public auction. The articles listed below are merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition, size, or age and are subject to minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. COMBINE Deere No. 96 type P.T.O. 10' pickup, straw cutter TRACTORS 1-900 Case, P.T.O., hyd; 1-630 Case Case.O-Motie, 53 h.p.; Chalmers, smaller unit; Moisey Harris. TRUCK 1-1967 Ford 700 4 Ion, new rubber. LOADERS 1-42'x8" P.T.O. Molco; 1-34' Moyroth Briggs motor. 1-28' Mayrath Briggs motor; drag auger; fill auger, 12 v. motor. SWATHERS 1-15' CCIl P.T.O., new rubber canvas Versatile self propelled, good rubber canvas. TANKS gal. fuel tank and stand. TILLAGE. EQUIPMENT I.H.C. press drill with fertilizer attach., solid packers, on transport wheels; Oliver drill; 1-12' Cockshutt double disc; Case double disc notched 1-18' Victory blade. 2-14' J.D. 500 rod weeders; 1-13' Graham Hoeme cultivator; Crazy harrows; 1-60' Versatile weed sprayer, tandem axle, 300 gol. tank; National sprayer; Cose pickup; tiller Pumper Boy floating pump with 3 h.p. engine, 75' pump 2-150' Soaker hose; Edwards rod weeder combination with double shanks. MISCiUANEOUS AC welder, 200 amp, portable; welder 250 cmo.. like new. Acetyien? welder; and Die set <8ufterfield3; hammer; socket Air com- pressor tank and pump; Blacksmith vise; Shoe anvil; Cnoin hoist and stand; Blacksmith tools; Goroge type floor jock; Hydraulic jack; S and S motor; Hydraulic 10 ply truck tires; type oil burner.- pump; Ap- prox. 30' cable; Grvose guns; Quantity of scrap iron; Ccttle bock scrotcJher; 5 ton winch; Hog wire; Other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD Beatty watt) machine. AUCnONEfK'S NOTE: Anyone planning on purchasing farm equipment this spring would be strongly advised to attend Itih sale as it is mostly modem and in generally good con- ditton. SALE CONDUCTED BY EGLAND AUCTIONS CARMANGAY, ALBERTA ALLAN IGIAND JERRY HAMMON DEAN OSEEN Ite. 010101 lie. 010386 643-2108 Phone 738-4340 Phone 7392185 CARMANGAY, AITA. TURIN, AITA. TURIN, ALTA. ClW CASHIERS BOB SHEARW GEOFf DttOBt Ph. 757-2419 PK 328-8789 GUN ANDERSON Ph. laturaay, April 7, ine UIMDKIDOE nnwip 13 Wins Alberta Minister of Ad- vanced Education Jim Fos- ter has awarded the 1973 Province of Alberta Schol- arship to the United World College of the Atlantic to Miss Patricia-Lee White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White of leslieville, near Rocky Mountain House. The award, valued at per year for two years, will permit Miss White to attend this col- lege in Wales for the final two years of her high school program. MRS. ELLEN MacBETH AUCTION SALE T MILE EAST TURIN SCHOOL TURIN, ALBERTA SATURDAY, APRIL 14 NOON TERMS CASH LUNCH AVAILABLE Having received instructions from Mrs. Ellen MacBeth we will offer the following by public auction. TRACTORS AND COMBINE M.H. No. 44 Gas tractor, M.F. No. 95 diesel tractor, new tirei, cab, hyds.; I.H.C. Super M tractor, hyds., gas New Holland Model 980 17' S.P. combine cab 12' McCoy Rerm pickup, straw chopper, groin tank, ete. MACHINERY Cockshutt model 62-T Cockshutt model 415 T mower trailer model. Cockshutt model 311 side delivery rake; Kirch- ener ditcher; J.D. 10 D.D. press drill on steel; Graham Hoeme 10' chisel plow; J.D. 8' double M.F. 12' "Ezee Flow" fertilizer spreader; I.H.C. 12' D.D. press drill on steel; I.H.C. 4 row beet drill; J.D. 7' mower on steel; J.D. 6 row belly beet cultivator; Cockshutt 10' D.D. press drill, 6" spacing; Caulkins 10' rod weeder en steel; Noble 11 '3 standard blade, hyd. cent.. J.D. 10' oneway on rubber; Victory 2V blade mark- er; Ditch filler. MISCELLANEOUS 16 4" auger electric motor h.p.; 2 wheel trailer; 12" cement culverts; Quantity diamond harrowsi Cement mixer; Wheelbarrow; Weed sprayer; Cyclone fertili- zer spreader; Quantity vets supplies; Chick brooder Hydraulic ram. P.T.O. Robin post hole auger like new; 500 gal. single compartment fuel tanks (no Numer- ous other items. AUCTIONEER NOTE: Not too many small articles to sell so early. AUCTIONEERS HAMMON OSEEN AUCTION SERVICE TURIN-ALBERTA JERRY HAMMON ALLAN EGLAND License 010385 License 010101 Phone 738-4340 Phone 643-2108 TURIN, ALBERTA CARMANGAY, AtTA. CASHIERS GEOFF BEBOER Ph. GLEN. ANDERSON Phone. 643-2229 DEAN OSEEN license 010386 Phone 739-2185 TURIN, ALBERTA CLERK BOB SHEARER Ph. 328-8789 ADOLPH KARL ESTATE Form Auction Sole 8 miles north, 2 west of PICTURE BUTTE of 11 miles east of BARONS, ALBERTA TERMS CASH IN FULL DAY OP SAL! LUNCH AVAILABLE THURSDAY, APRIL 12th A.M. SHARP Having received instructions from the of the tttflto we will offer the following by public auction. The articles listed below are merely a guide in no way a warranty or guarantee to condition, size or age and am to miner as you may find them the day of the tale. COMBINES Cockshutts with pickups and straw separator SWATHERS AND HARVESTING EQUIPMENT 2-15' Versatile self propelled; 1-IHC PTO binder, Holland baler; forage harvester. TRACTORS Cockshutt diesel, hydro power shift, dual hyd., live PTO, 2400 hours.; Cockshutt diesel, hydra power shift, dual hyd., live PTO; Case, parts only. LOADERS loaders; Mayrath with Briggs motor; auger; drag auger. TILLAGE EQT. JD spring tooth harrow; spring tooth har- row, 7 sec.; crazy harrow. crory harrow; Kirchner ditcher; filler; Massey Harris one way; Versatile sprayer tond. axle; Noble blade; 5 bottom plow; Kirshner land leveller hyd.; Noble hoe drill, fertiliier attachment; Massey Harris wide level; 1-21' Noble blode HC-17-20 flex. 1- Oliver 4 bottom plow; JD one way with seed boxj IKC one way; CockshuM chisel plow; Morris rod weeder; land leveHer. TRUCKS CARS 1940 Ford 3 ton; 1949 IHC KB5 1951 Chev half 1952 Chev 3 ton with hoist; 1953 Chev 1 ton. 1967 IHC half ton; 1940 Dodge; 1956 Dodge. STORAGE TANKS gal. tank 1-500 gol. tank gol.. 2 comportment tank MISCELLANEOUS 370 leti hammer spreader; pump -with conlinental engine; quantity of lumber ef various leTiglhs and dimensions. SKCP EQUIPMENT compressor; 1 180 omp Forney welder; bench grinder, bench vise, miscellaneous tools and parti. HOUSEHOLD J_TV. l-fndge: suite; freeie; other miscellaneous furnilufe. SAtt CONDUCTED BY EGIAND AUCTION CARMANGAY, ALBERTA AllAN EGIAND JERRY HAMMON DEAN OSEEN lie. 010101 Uc. 0103S5 Uc. 010386 Phone 643-7108 Phone 738.4340 Phwe 739-2185 CARMANGAr 1UWN TWIN ROB Phone Geoff Ph. Gton Anderson Ph. 643-2229 ;