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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April 15, If70 IHf UTHMIDCF. WUID 17 HEAVY AND HOT 11 a man could stand on the surface of the sun, IK would weigh tbotrt hw> tons. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSTTO AGENCIES ire. ESTABLISHED 1911 FW 517 Aw. S. M7-1M1 Coal Producers Double Output EDMONTON (CP) Two major.Alberta coal producers will double Iheir capacity ibis y e a r to supfly Japanese mar- tuts for coking coal, A. R. Pat- rick, mints ud minerals minis- ter, said here. Mclatyre Porcupine Mines Ud. will boosl its yearly pro- duction capacity to ,000 or tons in ]970 from'the prtaat toes, he said in an interview. Lusetr Lid. should double its capacity and reach tons. The immediate plans for pro- duction increases arc the result of newly negotiated 15-year contract with Japanese coal in- terests that have increased Japan's original demands, he said. Les Price, coal division man- ager for Mclntyie Porcupiitc, said after returning last week from Japaa that the company believes it can ship an addi- tional tons of coal an- nually from the Grande Cache area. Peter Cullimore, vice-presi- dent of Cardinal River Coals Ltd., says further contracts with Japan and new contracts with Europe or eastern Canada de- pend on finding additional coal reserves. Mr, Patrick said German companies are ready to buy Al- berta coal on a large scale. "But there's no question in my mind Japan will take all the coal we can deliver for the couple of years." Germany last year had to cut its steel production by one-ninth because of the shortage of high- grade coking coal, he said. India how provides Ger- many's supply. K Germany needs coal, France must be in about the same position, he said. One ton of exported coal Is worth about {1.60 to federal, provincial and municipal gov- ernments. Mr. Price said hope for an eastern market is increasing in light of Kaiser Resources Ltd.'s plan to ship tons of coal to the Steel Company of Can- ada Ltd.'s Hamilton plant. Mr. Cullimore said eastern markets are a possibility, "but from Luscar it is about miles by rail before the coal could be loaded on boats at (he Lakehead." PLAN TO ATTEND THESE SALES MONDAY, APRIL 27th AT P.M. 86 REGISTERED BULLS AND FEMALES (SOME WITH CMVfS AT FOOT) H. TeBulty, Crtston, Polled Hereford Dispersion 10 eowi, 12-2 and 3-year-old heifers; calves; 1 herd tin Gfonilt Boulder 9lh; old on 1-3-year-old bulls; b Louis Balog Milk River Hereford cows, with calvei, service sires; eal Silver 15x and Beau aid Domino 21U. George Feorson Pincher Creek ear-old Aberdeen Angui bulls by Bluebird Lad 4W. Kenneth MtDowall Pincher .Creek horned Hereford bulls by Bar A Vern Wet more 9; Hereford cow and calf. Robert Hulil 3-2-yeor-old bulli; Horned by Bar Pipe Vern Standard 8U. Mclaughlin Bros. Pincher Creek horned Hereford buHi by Bar Pipe Silver Standard 2BU, Derm Slcn- dord 1I2U. CPR Clerks O! Lose Their Jobs MONTREAL (CP) A senior executive cliicerlor CP Rail said here an announced drive to cul Ihe railway's clerical 'costs vill affect fewer than 500 posi- tions across Canada. M. Gossage, a vice-presi- dent for Canadian Pacific said; "As i result of increased wage rales and a weakening in general business conditions af- fecting CP Rail revenues, steps are being liken to reduce ad: rmnisLrativc expenses. "It is estimated that this move will 'affect fewer lhan 500 positions across Canada, repre- senting one per cent of Ibe rail- way work force. "This reduction, mainly in clerical work fund ions, Ls nol due to technological, opera tiocul or organizational changes and is not in violation of an) collective agreement wilh the unions." W. C. Y: McGregor, vice-prcs ident of the Brotherhood of Rail way and A i r line Clerks, said earlier the railway-is violating its agreement the brother1 hood. The union, representing somi employees, sent tele grams to Prime Minister Tru deau and Labor minister Bryc Mackasey protesting Ihe move c 1 a i m ing hundreds of cm ployees will lose their jobs. FIND ANCIENT TOMB MOSCOW (AP) The re mains of an ancient man cloth ed in gold from head lo foo have been dug up hy Sovie archeologisls in Sonet centra Asia, Tass reports. Arche- ologisls believe the toml dates from Ihe 4th or 5th cen tury BC. The man has been ten taUvely classed as a member o the Saka tribe, probably the an cestors of Ihe modem Soviet Kazakhs ivho live on Ihe Chi nese herder. Arthlic Piclure flaming Art Material! Art Reproduction! Art Gallery A. C. Ltigliton Don Froth. Until Mar th TUESDAY, APRIL 28th AT 11 A.M. REGULAR CATTLE SALE 750- HEAD 750 HIGHLIGHTED IY 14 Commercial, Replacement Quality Yearling Angus Heifers from Lelhbridge Northern SO COWS AND CAIVES from K lor Ranchn, Kekwno, t.C. Farm And Estate Auction Sales THURSDAY, APRIL 30th AT 11 A.M. WILBUR H. HUFF North of Pincher Station acreu bridge and West two miles. Termi Cash Lunch served by Summcrvicw Ladies' Club No Reserve _ ONFIFTM AVfNUE 413 4rh AVfNUE SOUTH PHONC 32M2M NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS tflktr-Earl Cel.iml lynn Tin linordi- Trucks end Inlernotional X60 gas tractor, live PTO bell pulley, oveihauled-last June; 1 195i Chevrolet 1-ton frucV, electric hoisl, new motor 2 yearj ago.' rarm Machinery Deere pull hype combine No. 42, Flexible teeth on pick up; Coekshutt mower No. 15 A.S. 7-foot cul; side delivery rake No. 312, rubber tired; 1 Case 12-Fl- hoe drill, fertilizer attachments; Cockshurt 502 swalher, lop condition, pickup reel (or 502; McCormlck OeerTng binder. Bllt.r Decrt Manure Spread- er, rubber tired; Holland baler, hoy- liner 273, baled only 2000 bales, 1 year old; mower; drawn cultivator; 1 3-bollom plow wilh stubble and breaker bottoms; Bronl double disc drill; 1-JoWon blade, 8-ft., 2 blade; 18-ft. bale elevator; 1 4" IB-Fl. groin auger, hay, roVe, dump; 1 6" post hole digger; 1 Speed King 27" grain auger; h.p. motor "Briggs and 32-Fl- sprayer, complete pump and reg.; i wctlon harrows, 1 section flexible 5 Ft.; blade, fi-fl.; bale slcoker, 3 yean old; Masiey double disc; bob tied. Shop Equipment Sows, levels, hammers; hoof trimmers, dchorner; riveter square; brace and bil. Household Effecli Kiehl cupboards; 32 val! washing machine; 32 volt vacuum cleaner; 32 volt radio; Aladdin lamp; White sewing machine; 25-35 Winchester 12 guage, double bar- rel, hammer type iholgun; single shot Ace 1 .22 calibie; suitcase full of doilies, lablc- 2 beds; 7 choirs; clothes closet; life [acVel; chesterfield and chair; magoiine rackj dresser; coal oil lamps; Woods deep freeze 17 ft.; ironing board; dilhes (complete 2 burner electric ilove; Coronado electric heattr, thermos to tic conlrolr butler dowel, mfxer, churn; old lime fool warmer; Kolvler radio. Miscellaneous Farm Equipment Two compartment 500-gal. fuel lanV stand, 2 hoses and nozzles; B' pagVcii for cne-way; 10" Gale hammer mill and screen, good w 01 king condition; h.p. Interna- tional motor; Jeffrey chisel plow and rod weeder attachments; Feed bin; Macleod 8" chopper-grinder; 1200 Ib. icale; well pipe, 40 fl. IV, 60 fl. strap iron; assoitment of fence posls, some treated; 500-600 fl. plastic hoie; saddle; Arly corn, planter; water lank, 135 gal. 7 lariat, rope, bridle; quantity ol garden cull iva tor; garden hose sprinkler; poM hole digger saw; 25" endlesi bell; fence charger 4 voll; mo! ones drumj Feed trowel; grinder stone; farm crest ma! or; post drill; scale; let of driving harness scythe; rope maVer; pressure sys- tem molor pump, good cor.dilionj planes; 2 'oil slaves, McClory coal stove; camp sieve; 5 gallons l.V. 4 weed spray; gallons Dete- grasi hopper ipray; Imperial incubatorj 32 volt power plant; 32 electric motor; 110 voll h.p. elecl.'ic drill; ti h.p. eleclrir motor; cycle grinder attachment for drill; taUte brand; horse brand; electric heater; 40-lbi. sulphur; chop bini, foiks, etc.; liable bioom. Hay and Straw 1000 bales oats ortd barley 400 bales green Feed 3 to 4 :on hay, alfaHa, brome and timothy. 3 .Guinea {owl; 50 bantam Cornish cross hens. FRIDAY, MAY 1st AT 11 A.M. LADDIE BORT ESTATE One mile north of Cow ley, turn weit milt, north for seven miles, turn west al Y ont mile, north Vi mile. [Follow Sole to held ot nSt old iMatMillian Plact. TERMS-CASH LUNCH SERVED IT LIVINGSTONE LADIES' CLU1 NO RESERVE Tractors 830 Tractor wilh ab, only 623 hours; Deere 710 Tractor, only 550 hours; Chalmers Tractor with loader and blade. Farm Machinery Swalher No. 502 liclf pro- pelled) W' cut; 1-Case Combine No. 600 wilh Mel rose pickup; Deere 12' press drill, like new; Deere, only 2 old; 1-Allis Chalmers 10' chisel pfow; 1-Allis Chalmers 8' chisel plow; hitch 7W Victory Blade; poinl hitch 2 bollom plow; Chalm- ers 3 bottom plow; Arrow spray- er, 32' boom, with pump and regufafor; 1 International side delivery rake; Deere No. 24T baler; aulornalic bale slooker with molor, just one year old; 1 10' Viclory Blade; Moline one-way; 2 John Deere hnrrows; set Crazy harrows; 1 weeder attachment; I bale elevator with motor; Col ham- mermlLI combination hay and grain) 1 Famcreil auger wilh molor, 6" auger, 27' long; Cockihujl 623 manure spreader; l--Allis Cholmen mower cut. Irrigation Equipment intake wilh 4" o-Jllel, PTO driven. 1400' or four-inch pipt with Bucknew Rain iprfnkjcri. Miscellaneous Farm tqulprrienr gallon fuel Ionics wilh hoses and noriles; pump; li" elec- tric drill Model 510; compressor; 1 battery charger; A number of anvils, vises, grinders, i hove Is, wrenches, boll cutlers, pliers, etc.; hole drill wilh wagon with rack; 1 lown mow- er; mower (push separator and cream cans; Iroil- er; 1-Jack-All; Rolls cable, bcrh wire, tele- phone wire. A number of implement tires. Quantity of plywocd; galvanized water trough. Machinery and equipment ij all in lap working condition. SATURDAY, MAY 2nd AT 1 P.M. MRS. A. E. DErVLAN Two south ind one mile vi Gronum Junction or II miles north and one eait of Mackod on Highway 2 is No. 44 gas Iroclor; s Iraclor wilh fronl end TEftMS CASH Trucks Mossey Harris McCormlcV W6 gas loader; 1-Ford 9N gas overhauled 2 yeais ago; 1-1961 Chevrolet 3 Ion 12 Ion hoiil, tlock rocks, good condition; 1-1942 Dodgt Vlon Uuck. Farm Machlnarv SP 112 combine; John Deere manure spreader Modef IM, rubber tired; Case 3 bollom plow; Graham Hoemt pfow 1 rod weeder oltoch- menl for above; 1-rwo wheel hydraulic dump Iroifer, rubber tired; I -Monty Harm one-way wilh iced box, 8" with hydraulic; 1-IHC Model X7 12' seed drill wilh fertlliier arlachmenl and grau seed ollachmenf; 1 21' Wayralh orain loader Model M, Briggi and Slroflon molorj auger 1 6 fL. long; Macleod feed grinder with endless belt; 1 -National weed sprayer wilh 30' boom; Black and Decker Vi" drill press and stand; l-Cajt hammer mill; NO RESERVE wheel rubber tired Irailcr rack; 1 L- whccl trailer, plain running 1 4- wheel trailer with box; 1-Noblc Blade Model M 8'; 1-MH No. A P1O 12 fl, iwolher. Miscellaneous Farm Equipment itocV IcnV wall; 1 pump; rolo tiller with 3 h.p. motor; 1 and Model 14 engine; 1 electric molor; 1 water [ank, gas healed; bug; iprcoder; 200' plailic pipe Nego cream icparolor; cxhausl fan; cool brooder I 000 chicV; capacity; Cenlra- fugal copacily-lide r.evt; spray can; galvanized water trough; fractor um- brella; 12' rod wecders; Coleman gas iron; 10 gal. and 20 gal. crocks; gasoline camp stove; 500 gallon Fuel tank Hand, hose and noiilo; log chain and Toad bind- ers; 20 gal. propone fonV; air copper too fed septic lank; wafer hydra nl. Shop Eaulpment Boll culleis, lawi, ho no tools, shop tools, Lunch served by the Royal Purple. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th AT 1 P.M. 70 BAR 15 SIMMENTAL SALE AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET All SALES CONDUCTED IY FORT MACLEOD AUCTION Of CATTLE C INTERNATIONAL SAUS MANAGEMENT IORI UICIIDI unfa -umtt MILNE KENNETH E. HURUURT AUCTIONEERS DAVID K. MCNAH _____linnet 274 IkurW 470 ;