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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta laturday, April 15, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 IIONS SPONSOR STUDENT EXCHANGE Coutts- Sweetgrass Lions and Cascade Lions sponsored a student exchange recently. Young people from the Erie Rivert High School, Milk River, and Cascade High School, Cas- cade, Mont., took part. Front row from left: Kathy Angyal and Renee Wright bolh of Milk River, and Jimmie Cum- mings and Tersa Hastings, both of Cascade. Back rowi Joe Grant, president, Coutts-Sweelgross Lions Club; Monle Swanson and Anthony Robinson, both of the Erie Riven school, Ross Kesler and Milke Webster, both of Cascade, Bill Cornelius, past-president, Cascade Lions, and Bob McPhillips, Lions International district 37C youth ex- change chairman. -Alice Hacke Photo. Shell probes effects of plant PINCHER CHEEK (Special) Canada Ltd. announced recently it has contracted a firm of agricultural consultants to conduct studies on the ef- fects of gas plant emissions on crops and livestock in the terton plant area. The initial study Is designed to constructively assess the cf- Ice arena proposal under study COALDALE (HNS) An Ice arena for the town and district IB being given study by a com- mittee of council and Ihe Coal- dale Kinsmen Club, councillor William Martens informed town council recently. The council committee ap- pointed Includes councillors Martens, chairman, Earl Fox- all and Mayor A. P. Blakie. It will be part of the Sporls- plex. Types and costs of large steel buildings are under study. Work on the swimming poo of the Sports plex is under way The first phase is now in use It is the recreation hall, arts and crafts room, change, ad ministration and equipmcn rooms for the pool. ects on cereal and forage crops. A second study will in 'olve livestock. During the next few days the consulting firm will be gather- ng information for the crop itucly by contacting local farm operators to discuss crop per- ormance and specific growing problems in the area. A portion of the crop pro- gram will involve a number of scattered test plots grown un- der normal and controlled con- ditions. Brad Sawyer, recently ap- pointed plant environmental ;o-ordinator, Waterton, can be contacted at the Shell Water- Ion plant, 627-3356, or at his residence 627-3176 for further information on the program. The consultant's representa- tive in the area is Schier- man. Finals April 20 FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Willow Creek district 4-H oratorical contest was held at Nanton. Four clubs competed for honors. First and second were Len Zoeteman and Colette Val- liercs, both of the Fort Mac- leod club. They will go on to the south Alberta regional finals to be held in the Lethbridgc Commu- nity College. Winners will compete In the Alberta speaking finals at Cal gary April 20. THOMAS H. KAMBEITZ Form Auction Sale Al Ihe Farm 7 Miles South (On Pavement) 1 Miles East and 1 Mile South of GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 24TH TERMS CASH P.M. NO RESERVE Having received instructions from Mr. Kambeilz, who has i old his Farm, wn will sell Ihe following farm equipment. TRACTOR TRUCKS COMBINE John Opera R Diesel with Vlydroulici, liglili and PTO; Super 26 self-propelled combine with pick- up and 12-ft, table; 1948 Ford 3-ton truck with grain box; and Malro hoist; 1957 Chevrolet truck. MACHINERY- John Deere 10-ft, Van Brunt Press drill; John Deere 10- ft. tandem disc; John Deere 3-bollam plow; Graham Hoemo 10-ft. cullivalor witli rodweeder attachment; Cockshult 15- ft, pull-lypa swolhcr; 10-ft. AH Noblo Blade; Golden Arrow field sprayer with 32-It. booms and 166-gallon lank; 27- ft. grain loader wifh B and S 5-7 h.p. engine; Kirchener dilcher; 5 sections diamond harrows and drawbar. MISCELLANEOUS- 500 gallon single comparlment fuel tank; Steel tool box for li-ton truck; Syphon hosos; 1ires; lool box. NOTE: As there very few small Itemi, WB urge every- one lo be on lime. KURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phono 328-4705 1920 2 Ave. S. Lethbrldge, Alta AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMAN license No. 41 License No. -158 CLEVE ROSS FARM AUCTION SALE 3 MILES NORTH OF CHIN, ALBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 17-9 A.M. FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST A.M. TO 10 A.M. Terms Cash with settlement in full the day of the sale rcmovaf from the farm. Any special arrangements on some of Ihe larger equipment will be announced al the salo, with possession only after paymenl has been made in full. Having been favoured wilh instructions from Mr. Cleve Ross, who has retired from farming, we will offer for salo the fol- lowing lino of farm machinery as listed below subject to ad- ditions, deletions, errors or minor changes you may find them lha day of ihe sale....................... LUNCH WILL BE SERVED TRACTORS Model 856 diesel tractor wilh cab, like new condi- tion. Model Super M with live pump and 1969 Model 325 Du-All front end loader, to be sold separatly. I.K.C. Model 856 diesel iractor wilh cob, in excellent con- dition. COMBINE 1-1969 John Deere Model 105 self propelled combine wilh cab and straw chopper, like new condition, has done less than acres per year. SWATHERS Ferguson 15 ft. Model 28 pull typo PTO swaiher with rubberized canvas, Ferguson 15 ft. pull 1ype swother with rubberized canvas. TRUCKS 1 1957 ford Model F600 3 ton Iruck with 350 bus, grain box and hoist, 1 1956 Ford Model F600 3 ton with 350 bus. grain box and hoist, Ford Model 350 1 ton, box and hoist ond taUle racks. Ideal ranchers outfit, FUEL TANKS gol. double compartment. 1 1000 gal. double compartment with sjand 1 gal. single compartment with sland 2- -500 gal. single comparlment with stands MACHINERY John Deere UA 14 ft. hoe drills, 7" spacing ond fertilizer altachmenls; 1 1971 wing style 3 standard 21 ft. Noble Blade, like new; 1 1967 Massey ferguson Model 12 plo baler; 1 John Deere wheel style side delivery rake; 1 1968 John Deere Mo. 8 Irail Iype semi mount power mower; Noble Blade io fit 3 point hitch tractor, Ideal for trees; yard soil moverj ft. Nobla Blade 3 D fl. Edwards rod weecfer; Graham 16' chisef plows; 2 10 ft, one ways, 9" spacing; John Deere 1200 Series 16 ft. Surflex discers; 6 sections of 6 ft. Noble loud packers, to fit above Surflexes; sprayer, 26 ft. booms; ft. John Deere power binder; 1-6 bole, balo buncher; Hulcrimson 8" 40 ft. plo groin auger, large capacity; 1 6" grain auger with mo lor j 1 Eversman 10 ft. land leveller; 1-38 ft. grain auger (no drill transports; 8--section3 flexible hor- rows; 1 plow la fit front end laoder, SHOP EQUIPMENT 1 amp Onon portable elecfric welder; 1 acetylene welder wilh cart; air compressor; 1 bench vise; 1 tack smith anvil; and Decker electric drill; portable electric drill press; door jackj grinder; large selection of wrenches including idl! bof! Open tenders for hotel April 24 TABKR (HNS) Tenders or conslruclion ot the Sugar nn Motor Hotel here will ho ipened at 5 p.m. Monday, April !4, says Sugar Inn Ltd. treasur- er Laurence Hig.i of Lcth- jridgc. The lenders are for the gen- eral contract only. Tenders for m e c h a nical, plumbing, electrical finishes, antl other sub trades will be called at a later date. The five storey, 32 room motor hotel is to be located at 50th St. and A EAST OF STAVELY OR 17 MILES WEST U'j SOUTH OF CHAMPION, ALBERTA TUESDAY, APRIL 18-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: CASH the day of the laic, with jettlemenl In full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured with insrruclioni from Mr. Don Arnestad and Mr. Harvey Cherniak, who are retiring from Forming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subject lo additions, delelionj, errors or minor changes as you may them Ine day of tale, TRACTORS 1800 Cockshutt tractor tractor SPECIAL' 1965 930 COMFORT KING CASE TRACTOR With cob and Robin front end loader. To be icld separately or wilh unit as decided a I sale. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-1965 No. 65 J.D. pull type combine and chopped ?-No. 423 Cctkshult combine; 1 16' J.D. pull type swalhcij 1-15' Versatile pull iype swalher. TRUCKS 1-1958 Mercury 800 5 Ion, air brakes, 16 ton hoist and 330 bushel box; 1-1950 3 Jon Chev. (new hoist, box) and turp; 1-1952 IHC No. 135, motor nnd chassis; 1.....1969 CMC half ton, new condition, miles. GRAIN AUGERS 1-27' Versatile 6" auger. 9-12 h.p. Wisconsin gas motor; 1-34', 6" groin auger 12 h.p. Kroler cleclnc staM; 1-27' Mayruth 6" auger; electric drift filler] 1 grain hopper. MACHINERY 1 IB' MF wide level with iced bnx and fertilizer attach- ment, packer hitch, 1000 acres: 1-IHC 14' "K7" press drill; 1-JD 10' press drill; 1-MH 16' dlscer; 1-16' Gareau blade Cnse deep tillage cultivator; 1 rod weeder attachment; 4 sections flex harrows, steel drawbar; 1 18' hlado packers; 3 6' sections coil packers diamond harrows; 3-4 boMom IHC plow; 1-56' 250 gal, sprayer 1-1 1" J.D. hammermillj 1 endless bell; chaff saver ond wagonj gal. wafer lank; hog crate; Fleet- side slock racks; go I, propane tank) head gate, SPECIAL 28" x 8' houst traHcr. New elecrrit toFrigeraror, propane itove, parity furnished. SHOP TOOIS acetylene welder, cult ing torch and lips; I _'i inch drill press; hydraulic cylinder, complete with depth control; wrenches, log chains, shovels, forki and many other articles, 15 gallons of tifver point. HOUSEHOLD I suite; 1 suite, dishes, chesterfield suite; up bank desks miscellaneoui fur- nishings. SPECIAL ANTIQUE Leather upholstered Bell Tone Piano "1847" SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDUEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COAIDALE, AlBERTA "Serving the South by Word of Moulh" For further information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANOLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 IES HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 FRED BURTON Lie. No. 005615 ROGER HANOIEY Lie. No. 010121 ANNE POOLE FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE WEST OF BURDETT, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 -12 noon LUNCH SERVED Terms: Cosh the day of sale, with ifittlcmenl In full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured wilh ins I ruction 3 from Mrs. Anne Poole, who has relired from farming, we will offer for iala the folfowing line of farm machinery as listed below sub- ject to additions, deletions, errors or minor as you may ffnd I hem the day of the lale. Terms on Tractor and Cash Day of Sale. in full on Tractor 30 Dnys. On Combine 90 Days. Pos- session only upon payment in full. MACHINERY 1 1968 Cockshutt Hi-Beam 4 Bottom Mouldboard Plow, 1-1969 John Deere LZA 14 ft. Presj Drill with Attachment, Disc. 1 1968 Victory Blode, 3 Standard. 1 1967 l.H.C. 16 Ft. Discall Wide level. 1-16 Fl. l.H.C. Wide- level Discer. 1-1.H.C. 14 fl. Chisel Plow Millor 14 ft. Rod Weeder Attach. Deera 32 Fl. Centre Drive Model 500 Rod Weeders. Model 47 Baler. Wheel Side Delivery. Bale-Loader, Deera 7 Fl, Power Mower. 1 1968 Gehl Foroga Horvesler. Deere 6 Ft. 3 Point Hitch Double Disc. Deere 6 Ft. 3 Paint Hitch Cullivalor. 1-1967 Malco 44 Ft. Weed Sprayer Several Sections Diamond 2-10 Ft. Oneways, largn Pans. 1 1968 Brandt 35 Ft, Groin Loader with like new h.p. Electric Start Motor. 1 Eversman Bucket. Ditcher. 1-1965 l.H.C. 14 Fl. Fertilizer Spread- er. 1 Cleva'or. Hole Augpr. SHOP TOOIS AND MISCELLANEOUS l--Dclta Model 900 Rockweli Overhead Power 5a.-' with Table. 1-Miller 180 Amp. Model 225, Cables and Helmet. Quantity of Welding Rod. Hydraulic Kami. Doere Hydraulic Rom. Set Stock Racks for Ford !j Ton. Band Saw, Stand. Quantify of Plastic Hose. Tool Box for Ton Truck. 2-Wisconsin Motors. Drill. 1 Sprayer. Lolhe. 1-Drag Auger. Grease Guns. Bulk Grease Gun, Tarp. 1- Jack-All Jack. SPECIAL 1- Surveying Instrument Tri-Pod Rod. FUEL TANKS Gallon Fuel Tanks wil'n Steel Stands A' TRACTORS 1-1968 J.D. -1020 with J.D. Cab 1-1968 J.D, 3020 Traclor, Oicsel with J.D. Front.End loader. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-1967 Masscy Ferguson -110 Combine, Self Propelled wilh Chopper, Spreader, Reel ond McCoy Pick-Up. 1-1967 l.H.C. Swalher-Modci 200, 16' Pull Type, New TRUCK AND CAMPER 1-1968 'i Ton Mercury Ronger, 390 Cu, In V-3, Aulomotic 1-1968 Bell 8'..' Coach Camper wilh Jocks 'Steeps Like new. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: The quality nt well as lelcclion of tins late macrol equipment and shop is very good. We ore pleoied to Fiavo been invited to conduct Iliii and would like lo remind everyone to plan ro atlenrl early al there it a limited amount of small miscelluneOLfi iremi. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving the South by Word of Moujh" For Further Information Phone or Ihe Owner Auttioncers IES HANOLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Vic. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lfc. Mo. 010121 ;