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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THZ IfTHBRinCl HERALD Jnlurdoy, februnry 26, 197J Westminster rat dies Oil Pats forced into overtime periods Hi TIM! i 1'llIXS of miTLimp tu trip the siuh- Uini Broncos m Swift Ciirrpiil PtiLx llv.1 l1'1" I'hil'S ni ilic1 hi llie western division, N'eu1 pastern liad In pi WivUminslcr Bniins find Mcm- siiddi'ii fUTimK1 in cine lint Tigers found it a bil of Vti'Mtr.i llni-key tMsicr lo I'omc up wilh victories Ix-upiio Fridav [The Banns bumpod Winnipeg Tho Bhik-.s ln-Ul (Ui in fir-.l .lols fi-l lo grub a share of sec- pl.'KT iili H 7 fi vorJu't ovtT I oncl pirav witJi Edmonton Oil Brandon Whr.ii Kings on Kings and the Tigers whipped Walker1'; piiil afler nine ruin-1 Vancouver Nnt.s ules Hi Bemuds ol" exira a deienceman, picked Urm1. itp a relxmnd and lifted a 20-fool The Miiyod one puml br- backhander over sprawled goal- hmd when (.'lien Ing scored at i keeper Dave McLelland for the JIM GOODFELLOW FARM AUCTION SALE 9 MILES SOUTH OF SUGAR FACTORY TABER, ALBERTA TUESDAY, MARCH 7-10 A.M. FREE PANCAKF BREAKFAST TO A.M. CASH -.'.ith in full the day ul Ihe inlr, brforfi rijinovnl ITDITI the premises. Special tirrnngemenls ot S co.ili llm dny of sale anel balance on or before April 1, 1977 on 1971 CUSR trader dnd 1964 Case trnetor nnd casli doy of and btilnncc on Of before June 1, 1972 on John Docro S.P. combing and both iwathen wilh possession only after poymenl has been made in full. Moving been favoured wifh initruciionj froin Mr. Jim Good- fellow, who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale Ihe following line of form machinery as listed below suhjecl lo additions, errors or minor changei as you many find ihem Ihe day of the sale. TRACTORS 1-1971 Case 1170 Iroctor 451 Turbo motor w.rh dual wheel'.. Rated 135 h.p. Used approx. 330 hours. Hydraulics end P.T.O. with cab like new. 1-1969 C ie macic! 1030 Comfort King Irac'or wilh ccb. and P.T O. ftaled 105 h.p. Used only 720 hours. "quired will, E-Zce on Fronl end loader with wide hucVr.t. h" sold wilT or sepata'e, ai decided D' Iroelor with hvdrOulic- F.T.O. TRUCKS addle w.lh 16 pnod Lr'-r-d -nlv .13.000 COMBINES AND SWATHERS 1-1967 Jcnr> Deere 105 combine with 1? fl. plallorm wilh H fl. J.D. ipeed pick-up Table wilh straw chop- per, cab. cxcsnlicnally clean um1. Has opcraled apcrox. BOO hcu's. Ferguson 16 fl preceded swalher Model 3i. 1-196? Ccckji-uli model 50' pu" type swclher IS (I. Hal enly done iOO acies. like new condition. STORAGE TANKS 3-500 ccL -incjU cc-npnrrn-pnf fuel larAs wltn steel I'ar.di; -300 (.cmportnenl fuel lank; 1 -John Wore' l.lf acii. 'on lank wilh nump. rjol. V.OIT in-.l; L-100 ad. 'ud tank for ton wilh pumoi 1-500 cal. p-cpc'ifi Jen'.. MACHINERY Dec's TOO 1-4 fj plcw- 1-Massey re'guson No. 3 baler motor'; 1 Ferguson 3 poinl hdch ducsr: 1-25 ir. Victory Blade siyle: 9-Sechoru nf Jsnn Deere .'J5 fO Tine Harrows wilh hydraulic Mfl; 1-10 ft. MM oneway; l-John Deera 1200 series 20 ft. surflex; 1-16 fl. John Deere 1200 series surf lex, ions Of flexible n0rrow< with Heel drnw bar; lids rieliverp rake; 1 -Howry Berg bole loader; 1 ft. Mayraih leader; PT.O drive Or by molar; fl. Mayrclh grnm Crop duster; Morris B2-36 mulhflex cullivalor end rod 36 fi. wma jlylc; 12 ft. rod weeder aMachrn-nrv l_ig (I. wind reel; l-John De5re duplrx hitch for Surflex; 1-Cable hitch for J.D. red weeder; electric drill filler, 1-Siren seed trealef; l-John Deere mode' 11 7 ft. mower; 1 1971 300 gal. tank sorcyer wilh 56 ft. boorm; 13 ft. londem double discer with hydraulic lift; Eiec-On front end loader to fit 1030 Casa tractor easily adapted to othpr models and makes of I rat tors. (To be sold separate OT- with trarlor. n i decided a I the gal. steel iprayer !on< for ton, 1-Duplex hitch for 1 Ft. drills; 2- U ft. I.H C. model 100 drills fertilirpr ottachmenH and duplex hiicli; Steel hay leelh for front end loader, 1 John auaer; Chaff- saver No for John Decro 91 rnmbmc I ikc nrw: 1 _ Straw for I elm Deem SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS hr-ppr, Air Iqnl-, 7- I .1 Icn 1' nrL i i i-n i 1-300 Cdnvni bir'i n chain Ib. greaseri; Se of baasler 1 -Strew rcni. 10- Hydraulif cylinders; Wing pump; 1 1 ton hoi -it; i Acolylenr welder; 1 Bfinch 1-Bench l--Endleis bcit; 1-Heat houser: 1-Pump jack; 1 3'' ekciric 1-PajPt sprayer; 1 -Moislure Master me'er Itlrn nn.V; 1-PcIr cf hoof irimmers; 1 -Sldl 1- 12 olt bo 1 -Tir ]K i ?nn A ..hrrl '.r r r, I MISCELLANIOUS 1-. hi I ?.V; G 0' I in-i 1 Platfo'm ira'o, Quanhly of barb wire; Quantity iiiO'w of p'anks and lumber; Quantity corral poih Quantity of Iplcplione po'ls; Approi. 350 ft 1 cnblf; Q-.Ki-.'My of fn.1CH l--Snddle 'goad s'lnp Qi mn I nt KriHrilr-. (jnnr C-rrasp guru. I-.., M1 n, q'JnrH-. Hvdrnn -I-. "1 mcpli SEED GRAIN lfnU'i 1 1.1 HOUSEHOLD 1-6 ru. fl. rrfn'Jq 90 molorcyclc; 1 -National dual niilkinn morhir friunnh ccnl 1-Table and chair set; Friqidcirr- 9 fl( fi 1 3 hurnnr propane 1-Gnnr-rnl Fld'iric wnnnor 1- Dominion safn 2' 1 -Pn 1 -Pf. poll, pc. rl i fj '2 A burner q o or p ro p a n P no k MO'T': 1 V.'ntrr -onlnrj r ond .licnrjr 1 -10 y 12 ft. tent, Rnic.MIn- 1 'c. d-.uTn, 1- Sppr-H CuTri n-o--. r 7 -Brrh; 1 Pnrhrdjr-, 1 SME CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COALDALE, ALBERTA "SDPVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Furlhcr Infonnolion Phono 345-3534 or Iho Owner IFS HAND1EY Lit No. 010120 ROGER HANDLEY FREO BURTON Lit. No. 016121 lie. No. C05615 in Bnmilon. It was hi-, soconil t'oal o[ tlie Tom I'nuliT nlso had two; i goals fcr Sa.'-kaloon, Don; Moufj .Manchak and j Lauroncc fincharuk gelling one i j eacli. I Ron hippcrfield scored tlirfc goals for the Wheat Kings to bring his league-leading loLal lo fiG. Glen iMikkelson, Robbie Xcale find Owayiic Pent land scored the oilier Brandon poals. j The loj-s It'll lire Wheat. Kinps in lbird plaro in Lhc east, 10 poijils behind Hrgina's 66. I Broncos, last in Lhc east, gave n fright before bowing onl belorc 3..142 fans. Llic largesi crowd of the season in i Su-ifl Cnrreni. Rick Uhrich and Glen Burden struck for the other Retina poals in the penally-filled game, Burden also scrtmri up Inp's overtime Kelly Prali and Have Smith scored f (ir Su i f I Current. 11 was! Smith's firs! coal in the WCITU There U-CTP '.IT infinities in Ihe I cnnleM, I'! in Ihe first period.! Thp look 11 of 20 each clni) had three majors and the Bninc'os picked up a miscon- dncl. mniAUDsox UNBEATABLE In Winnipeg, the Jets fired ev- en thins bill, thp kitchen pink al (he Bruins goal before 2.706 fans but were stymied by nctmindcr Terry Richardson, who made 52 saves Hernie l.ukcrtvieh. Lew Jack- son. II e n n i n g, Bob Stiunpf. Cirani Williams and Ak'x Koglcr scored the goals Ilia' pulled NVw Westminster lo witl'in II points of the division- leading Calgary Centennials. Bin the Oil Kings appear to I e Ihe upper hand in the race for second place in the western divKion, uHh four games in hand over Ihc Doerkicn had goals for Winnipcp, fifth in Ihc easl. v.tilf Brian Hick and Blair bad one rfich. In n c o u c r. 1.020 fans ualuhed Ihe Tigers tlii'ash Uie last-place Nats. IIF'S BIT. HELP Tom Lysiafc led Hat. fourth in the west with 64 poinLs. wilh a goal and four a.s- sipl.s to bring his league-leading pninis tola] lo goals ajid Lainy McDonald. Stan Weir and Derek Kuntv, each scored [wo coals for Lin? Tigers. MIP lojvr-coring rlub in the league liviUi 2% puK .Ifff .AWrli Saskalnon moves lo Klin Flon picked up liis ,-111) j-'ral Hic.ionighl lo meet Hie Bombers Flon finish off a weekend clonh- Ichcador, Swift Ciirrenl is in lie- Wcslmmslcr visits Winnipeg. Medicine Mat ,s in campaign for Medicine M Vancouver is in Victoria Va n c o v c r 's -loals were I scored by Cord Slnvan. Wayne Ihe Co, gais. Edmonlon ami Victoria slops n, Paulson ami Pat Hiiisdi. Sunday, Saskatoon and Flm lalgary. Roundup of Bowling Umpires clinics The Alberta Baseball Um- pires Association are again ready to stage clinics this year on umpiring and baseball rule interpretations. If your comiminily is ed in holding one they can re- ceive an application form by writing to the Altarta Baseball Umpires Association, 12039 135 Street, Edmonton 44, Alberta. clinics arc open all classes and ages of baseball. CAPRI BOWL Nu-MODE HOME5 Joyce I.ncrson 553 (Jo-r-i'iv OlSfiaiKI 368 (67-0; Re" HcndPriiOn IJ? LULiile Bar by 2W; Pruegger 151 EvElyn ilen 25-1; Ellen King May Syme 7-ii. Msru WIshneviki 518 (70-D; Glddyi Ja'v'i? 257j Pal Jarvie 147 SUNDQUI5T CONSTRUCTION Jean Passey 260 Vera Hicnolls 291 (700; Isabpl Orslen 27B Grace Van Dyk Seiberi Pat Plomp 243 Harris 268 Shirley plonlVn 36% Eileen Carter 235; Velma Miller 'HI. Carol Hall 53.1, Pal McDonald 117 HENRY HOMES Kim Kotfaci 302 C mnnucl Schiie 244; Barry sievonr, 26B Ganqur 757; Oreif I Mev-fl Mihlos Nadhfi Kovnn 7flJ Carol McKny 269; Edna V.'hUc- loot 780 AdflmE 233; Ruth McLarend 731; Bet'y Pdterson 712 J.C.C.A. Glen Tanaka 301; Wimp Nakamura 575; Aki Oshiro 781; Jlro Mryagflwa 2iJ; Tak Kalakami 305 Tom Medoruma Kaye Avurawa 261 bumi Mcdoruma 211; Vir- ginia Fuilta 2JO; Aya Nakamura 238; Mary Shiqehiro 144. fAORHIHG COFFEE Dorolhv Coolidga 3BB Peg Forry 3Ji Vera Nicholls Carol Hall 7J3; Pat Tunsiall 27S H'a-nillcn 577; Rni Alkinson 252; Donna Camobell 2J1; Allnnah Brogdcn 280; Gloria Ba'ois 751; Bttiy Zsovan 275; Eihei Pederson e MARTINIZING Dena Smim Itt [4971; Jc-nn "osr.ry 339 Gladys Going 36-1; Isabel Orslen 746 Way Hiebert 267 Pat Henbcrion 261; Marg Bes- fcelinfl 253; Dorothy Sorcnsen 254; habelle Bergmsn 258 Mary Ml- halik 259 Marie Oseen 253. FRIENDLY LEAGUE Stan Brown 226; Les Sackney ?35; Geo Sfllla 234; Bill Kelly 302 Ken Schlahl 2J4; Lll Hlgo 314; May Syme Mary Kirkby 226 Bonnie Schlahl 217. EAGLES LODGE Elva Rombough 223; Frank Gorda 2E4; Kalie Frecka 71B; Joyce Marsden 300 Rick Larson 735; Andy 311 Kathy Ludwirj Lfn Groves 71E, Geo Match- ell 7.-S; Penny Donaldson 279, Alici Anderson 221. National Revenu Revenue, national. Taxation Impol WE AIM TO SERVE YOU BEHER Last Week We Mailed 13302 Cheques To Claimants Some came back undelivered to Calgary Office. Havt you changed your address and not told us? If so, do it now. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE 313 5th Street South Phone No. 328-6601 Sliardlow suspended one O VANCOLVtRtCT 1 James Chicoyne and Garry Doerkson of Winnipeg .Ms and Dave and Bob Thompson of Flon Rnmhors hnvn been suspended fnr one prime each and fined for fighting dur- ing a Canada Hockey League game Feb. 20 in Win- nipeg. In announcing the suspensions and fines, WCHL cxecuti v e secretary Thomas K. Fislicr said oach club was also fined .SI50 for failing lo keep its play- rr1? on ilip bench during (he fra- Fiflirr nlsn .iiinnijni-rij I C-'iinr nnrl n finf fur Phil Rirsrll nf Edmonlnn Oil Kings for leaving the1 pen- ally box during a panic at Med- icine TIrtt Fclj. 19. Boh (lassof of the Tigers suspcndorl Tor one game and fur leaving the play- ers' bench during Hie same Cuimrks I roil lire Fii Icons rni in.-iiu-'.vs of