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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 24, 1973 CARD OF THANKS CAMPBELL - I would like to thank my friends and relatives for their visits, cards, letters and phone Palis while in Foothills Hospital in Calyary. A special thanks to Doug McCann and Doug Campbell for their transportation to and from the hospital. Many thanks to all, -Frances Campbell, Coaldale. ' 7533 IN MEMORIAMS MEROMUK - In loving memory of Florence Irene, who passed away February 24, 1971. Gone but not forgotten. -Remembered by daughter Alice, granddaughters M a r i e, Teresa, Marian, Lorraine and Joanne. 7513 MERONIUK -- In loving memory of a dear wife, Florence Irene, who passed away February 24, 1971. Though on earth you are no more, Still in memory you are with me As you were before. -Always remembered and sadly missed by husband, William. 7514 JONES - In loving memory of a dear father, Charles A. Jones, who passed away February 24, 1972. Those we love go out of sight But never out of mind For they are cherished in the hearts Of those they left behind. -Ever remembered by Leslie, Don, Janet, Dennis. 7515 FERBY - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, John Ferby, who passed away February 25, 1963 Years may pass and fade away, But memories of you will always stay. -Ever remembered by his wife, Annie; daughter, Stella and family and son Willie. 7516 IN MEMORIAMS LINQUIST - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Art Lindquist, who passed away February 25. 1970. Gone is the face we loved so dear, j Silent is the voice we love to hear, far away for sight or speech, Not too far for thought to reach, Dear Lord forgive us for a silent tear, And a constant wish that he were here. -Always remembered and sadly missed by his wife, Nora, Ethel, Alfred, Del, Iona, Alan and Bruce. ORBAN - In loving memory of a dear son, grandson, and brother, Todd, who passed away February 24, 1972. A Moment of Prayer if dark clouds fill the sky and our plans go awry, and our dream castles fade in the air, Peace and strength will be found And new hope will abound When we spend just a moment in prayer. There is guidance and grace for each problem we face, There is comfort and courage to spare, And we'll find a new lift in God's wonderful gift, When we spend just a moment in prayer! Just a prayer from those who love you. Just a memory, fond and true. In our hearts you will live forever Because we think the world o� you. -Ever remembered and fondly missed by mom and dad; grandpa and grandma Orban; grandpa and grandma Snell; Jerry, Chris and Scott. 7518 Soccer results LONDON (AP) - Results of Saturday's Old Country soccer games: FA CUP Fifth Round Bolton 0 Luton 1 Carlisle 1 Arsenal 2 Coventry 3 Hull 0 Derby 4 Queen's PR 2 Leeds 2 West Brom 0 Manchester 2 Sunderland 2 Sheffield W 1 Chelsea 2 Wolverhampton 1 Millwall 0 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Leicester 0 Sheffield U 0 Liverpool 2 Ipswich 1 Man U vs. Crystal ppd Norwich 0 Newcastle 1 �\ SIMPSONS ?ears are servH-c . OFFER TV Tune-up BLACK and WHITE ONLY 7" Tako advantage of Simpsons-Sean Special Spring offer and ba sure your TV has a clear, sharp, crisp picture for the exciting holiday season shows. Improve your TV viewing pleasure with a Simpsons-Sear* Spring Tune-Up. Free mileage within 10 mile radius from Service Department. Parts extra. Because Simpsons-Sears Cares . . . Service is as near as your phone. COLOR 9'99 Here's what Simpsons-Sears Care Service Technician will do: Visually check antenna lead-in and terminal connections for good signal reception. Check vertical control to avoid picture roll. Centre the picture for comfortable viewing. Adjust the vertical linearity to avoid a "squashed" picture. Clean up and calibrate the tuner for maximum signal pick-up and picture reproduction. Balance all picture controls. Clean picture tube and safety glass for viewing ease. PARTS EXTRA Call 328-9231 Ext. 278 Pattern Stoke 2 West Ham 0 Tottenham 3 Everton 0 Division II Burneiy 1 Bristol C 1 Middlesbrough 3 Portsmouth 0 Notts F 2 Fulham 1 Orient 4 Aston Villa 0 Swindon 1 Oxford 3 Division III Brentford 0 Grimsby 1 Bristol R 2 Bournemouth 0 Chesterfield 0 Notts C 2 Rochaale 0 Plymouth 6 Rotherham 1 Tranmere 2 Scunthorpe 0 Port Vale 1 Southend 0 Blackburn 1 Walsall 3 Oldham 0 Watford 0 Swansea 1 York City 2 Halifax 1 Division IV Bradford C 1 Alderraum 0 Cambridge 2 Bury 2 Chester 0 Hereford 1 Colchester 1 Doncaster 1 Gillinghain 1 Exeter 0 Lincoln 0 Newport 2 Mansfield 5 Crewe 1 Reading 0 Barnsley 0 Torquay 2 Darlington 1 SCOTTISH CUP Fourth Round Aberdeen vs. Falkirk ppd Ayr U 2 Stirling 1 Dumbarton 2 Partick 2 Kilmarnock 0 Airdrie l Montrose 2 Hamilton 2. Motherwell 0 Celtic 4 Rangers 1 Hibernian 1 Stranraer 2 Dundee 9 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division II Berwick 1 Raith 3 Clyde 1 Clydebank 0 Cowdenbeath 0 Alloa 2 Forfar 0 Dumfermline 6 Queen of S 0 E Stirling 2 Electric railways May move west freight TORONTO (CP) Electric The cape's the cover the fashion world loves. Warm, wonderful in vivid colors. INSTANT KNIT, cable-rich! Use jiffy wool, large needles for short or long version. Wear with skirts, pants. Pattern 7346: directions. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern - cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling - to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Pattern Graceful, elegant way to look at parties at your house or theirs - sew tins palazzo pant-dress in slimming, flowing crepe or knit. Send! Printed Pattern 4773: NEW Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36 (bust 40) takes 3% yards 60-inch fabric. SEVENTY - FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W.,, Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM-BER, YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT �end it to The Herald. railways and commodity pipelines are being considered as new means of moving freight in western Canada, the president of the Canadian transport commission said Thursday. E. J. Benson told the annual general meeting of the Canadian Industrial Traffic League that existing bulk freight handling operations are strained to capacity. Mr. Benson said several applications for long-distance commodity pipelines for transporting such substances as coal, iron concentrate and sulphur are under study by the commission. He said electric trains would offer greater traction and better power ratios, both important factors on mountain routes. There would also be a drop in operating and maintenance costs. � Studies are being made of the possibility of extending assistance to Maritime shippers who move freight by water as well as truck, Mr. Benson said. QUALITY DENTURE j CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. mm PHONE 328-7684 I STAN A. ALBERTSON CTBON SALE Located 1 mile south, 3 miles east (on Highway 61), and north 214 miles of Foremost, Alberta. Saturday, Mar, 10 - 10.30 a.m. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from Mr. Stan Albertson, we will sell at Auction the fofiowng items: TRACTORS AND TRUCK 1-International model 1206 turbo diesel tractor, Minntoba cab,, dual 18.4x38 tires. Dual hydraulics, p.t.o. (this tractor has had only 2100 hours work and is a premium unit throughout; 1- Minneapolis-Moline model G1000 Wheatland tractor wih cab, 23.1x30 tires, dual hydraulics, tv/o speed p.t.o.; 1-Case model 630 triple-rango drive tractor, live p.t.o. good tires, 1600 hours, with model 115 Agratec front end loader; 1 - 1972 Ford 100 custom Vi ton truck, automatic trans., radio, deluxe seats, 45 gallon travel tanks, rear bumper, trailer hitch, 360 cu. in. motor, app. 10,000 miles. (This truck must be seen to be fully appreciated). COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-International 1971 model 403 self propelled combine, 18 foot cutting bar and reel, Hesston straw chopper, I.H. cab (this combine is in showroom condition); 1-Renn Cupif, 10 foot pickup; 1-Versatile model 103 S.P. swather, excellent condition, cut less than 1000 acres. STORAGE TANKS 1-250 gallon water tank, portable, ideal for half 1on trucks; 1-300 gallon fuel storage tank; 2-500 gallon fuel storage tanks. TRAIL BIKE 1-Model 90, Honda trail bike, only 1040 miles. MACHINERY 1-Graham 24 foot wing type chisel cultivator with Victory rod weeder att.; 1-Morris model Bl, 36 foot rod weeder; 1-John Deere model 14 24 foot Surflex tiller (2-12 foot duplexed) 22" discs like new; 1- John Deere model 13, 20 foot Surflex tiller; 3-Model K, 7 foot Noble blades with triplex hitch and marker; 2-International model 100 - 14 foot double disc press drills, 7" spacing with duplex hitch and marker; 7-Sections John Deere flex harrows with drawbar; 5-sections Allied tine tooth harrows with drawbar; 1A.C. 7 foot PTO mower; 1-Golden Arrow 48 foot sprayer, low profile oval tank; 1-Noble blade model D, straight blade, 14 foot; 1-Noble field marker; 2-5 foot Crowfoot packers; 1-Mayrath 6 inch 32 foot grain loader; 1 - McCoy Renn 7 inch, 32 foot grain loader with B and S motor; 7-Hi capacity 10 inch, 45 foot grain loader with PTO drive and hopper; 1-Macleod's 114 grain grinder with 8" endless belt; 1-Princess 7 ton trailer, 26x6.6, 14 ply tires; 1-Link Arrow 36 inch fanning mill with elevator. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. EQUIPMENT 1- Onan 1200 watt, 32 volt electric light plant, also several 32 volt motors, drill, grinder, etc., also complete set of batteries; 1-Black and Decker shop vacuum cleaner; 1-XO Kleening gun; 1-Air port, compressor with tcnk and electric motor; 1-Purox acetylene welder; 1-Gasoline D.C. electric welder; 1-Electric hack saw; 1-Canadian Buffalo model 15, 5 speed industrial bench model drill press with electric motor; 1 - 12 volt electric post hole auger; J-Monarch CSG 200 pump with 3 h.p. Briggs and Stratton motor; 1- Lawn-Flite lawn mower; 1-anvil; 2-vises; 1-General 15AK fire extinguisher; 2-50 foot fire hoses; 1-transmission oil filler; 1 - 16 foot short crop attachment for Massey 27 Super 92 combines; 2-Jackall jacks; 1-Propane torch with 25 lb. bottle; 2-100 lb. propane bottles; 1-Cressen hydraulic pump; 1-sprayer pump; 1-Cole tool drill; 1-cordwood saw and stand; 1-4 inch pipe tripod; 1-blacksmith forge; 1-pipe threading set Vt 1o 2 inches; 1-3 disc field marker; 1-slide-in stock rack for Vi ton trucks; several hydraulic rams; approx. 200 feet of % steel cable; quantity of scrap iron; quantity of used barb wire; quantity of used cedar posts and railway ties; quantity of new pressure treated fence posts; 7-bundles of new cedar shingles; quantity of assorted plywood; quantity of crested wheat grass seed; plus many forks, shovels, tools, chains, sacks, grease guns, gear pullers, trouble lights, electric cords and many other useful items. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 1-Combination propane and coal range; 1-Servel propane refrigerator; 1 Round special oak wool and coal heater (could be a collectors item); 1-coal heater; 1-gas heater; 1-two burner electric hot plate; 1-Singer treadle sewing machine; 1-Chesterfield suite; 1-Acme cream separator; 1-chrome table and several chairs; Several 32 volt appliances including vacuum cleaner, mixmaster, ironor, etc.; several beds; also dishes, pots, pans, oil lamps and many other useful items. AUCTIONEERS COMMENT; This sale will present an opportunity to purchase premium quality used equipment and v/e urge you take advantage of this early spring sale The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridge Office Phone 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS Joe Perlieh Bob Balog Ed Torsher Tony Pcrlich lie. 010293 lie. 06745 lie. 012467 lie. 010292 Ph. 328-9772 Ph. 647-2201 Ph. 545-6452 Ph. 328-9872 Lethbridge Milk River Bow Island Lethbridge Accident victims satisfactory Queen's Pk 4 Brechin 1 St. Mirren 1 Stenhousemuir 1 IRISH LEAGUE Ards 3 Bangor 1 Ballymena 0 Linfield 0 Lame 2 Coleraine 4 Glenavon 2 Portadown 0 Two Lethbridge women struck Thursday night by a car are in satisfactory condition today in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Aileen Joy and Margaret De-teney, both 18, and both of 604 8th St. S., were crossing the street at the intersection of 6th Ave. and 8th St. S. when they were struck by a car driven by Richard Roy Bancroft, 18, of Raymond. Warehouse and Office Space Required! -Preferably Close to Shopping Area 5000 to 7000 Square Feet Reply to Box 9, Lethbridge Herald PUBLIC TAX FORUM Presented by The Lethbridge Herald in co-operation with the institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta. The Lethbridge Herald is privileged to join with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta in presenting a panel of Lethbridge and district chartered accountants in a discussion and explanation of the income tax laws as they pertain to the average taxpappr. Audience guestions on income tax points as they affect farmers, small businessmen, working mothers and wage earners will be answered by the panel. Your attendance is invited at this enlightening and constructive open forum. Wednesday, Mar. 7, 7.30 p.m. Ericksen's Family Restaurant Tickets Free - Admission by Ticket Only. Tickets available at The Lethbridge Herald business office and Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce office. It is suggested that those planning to attend should obtain their tickets as soon as possible. Attendance is limited. A PUBLIC SERVICE - OF - The Lethbridge Herald ;