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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THf LETHBRIDGE HEKALD Saturday, July 14, 1973 Farmers keep grain crops down OTTAWA (CP) Fanners have fallen back on traditional planting patterns this year, dis- regarding government please for full-out production at a time of short supplies and heavy world demand. Droughts in West-Central Af- rica, Central America, India and Bangladesh this year and 1972 crop failures in the U.S.S.R. and China have se- verely taxed world grain sup- plies. The International Wheat 0. N. ANDERSON AGENCIES LTD. HAVE MOVED to 415 3rd Avenue (SCHWARTZ BIDG.) REAL ESTATE GENERAL INSURANCE Phone 327-1657 RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE GULF COFFEE SHOP ON HIGHWAY NO. 3 BOW ISLAND, ALTA. Wednesday, July 18-3 p.m. TERMS CASH Having received instructions from Vanetta Roth we will sell at auction the complete furnishings and fixtures of this coffee shop. As well as some household furnishings including: 1 cash register; 5 arborite topped tables; 1 arborite folding table; 20 vinyl stacking chairs; 1 universal milk cooler and Hamilton Beach triple milk shake mixer; 1 Moffat range, grille and oven; 1 Frymaster deep fryer; 1 steam table (5 round insets and one hooded warmer; 1 Frigidaire cooler cabinet 4 sliding glass doors and 4 lower 1 pastry table; 1 30" solid butchers block; T Berkel model 1600 electric slicer; 1 Coldspot up- right deepfreeze, 15 cu. ft.; 1 Coronado chest freezer, 16 eu. ft. 1 Roy electric refrigerator; 1 100 cup electric coffee 1 Schaffer freezer (ice cream 1 Starmite deep fryer (30 pound capacity, 1 four slice toaster. Plus a large assortment of: Dishes; Pots; Trays; Kettles; Dispensers; Cutlery and many other items. Also the Following Household Items: 1 19" Viking portable TV; 1 G.E. electric clothes dryer; 1 Beatty automatic washer; 1 Viking electric range; 1 Sunbeam electric lawn mower; 1 bedroom suite; 1 lawn edger; 1 kitchen suite; 1 Arlens garden roto tiller; 1 Channel 7 and 13 TV antenna with UHF arrows and booster. AS WEIL AS MANY OTHER ITEMS: 1 1968 Ford Galaxie 2 Door Sedan. 390 cu. in. motor, automatic trans., radio, in good condition. 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 ifnplied. 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 Company License 071465 JOE PERLICH Lice. 010293 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK RIVER ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phone 545-6452 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA W. V. NIXON ESTATE AUCTION SALE WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS. 24 miles south of Pincher Creek on hwy. then one mile west, or 8 miles south of Twin Butte and one mile west, or 4 miles north of Waterton registration office and 1 mile west. MONDAY, JULY 16- 11a.m. Having received instructions from Andy Russell, executor of the W. V. NIXON ESTATE, we will sell the following items by public auction. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED TRACTOR and MACHINERY John Deere 20-20 diesel with front end loader and roll bar. Fuily hydraulic. Less than 400 hrs. at time of list- ing; New Holland baler; Massey Ferguson power mower; 20 h.p. Case tractor; New1 Holland side delivery rake; Brush mower, rotary. Howard roto-tiller 60 inch, P.T.O.; Arps snow blower; 7 ft. 3 point hitch Ferguson cultivator; Bale fork for tractor; 10 bale bale stooker; 3 point hitch two bot- tom plow; 3 point hitch one bottom plow; 10 ft. IHC DD drill with fert- attach. GUNS and SPORTING EQUIPMENT Model 870 Wingmaster 122 gauge shotgun with var- iable choke; Husquvama .308 cal. with lyman Alaskan scope; Savage model 23 .22 cal. with Weaver scope; Rem- ington Gallery .22 long rifle with Winchester scope Model 5A; Barbeque with oven on top; Evinrude outboard motor. Two troll lines and reals; Viking 5 h.p. motor and gas tank; Rubber boat with paddles and pump. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Forney arc welder, 160 amp., helmet; Welding bench; Socket sets; Transit for survey; Hydraulic jack 8 ton; Post drill end large quantity steel bits. Tap end die set; PTO grass seeder; Anvil; Set of harness; Truck sides and stock racks; Collars; Assortment of branding irons; Weed burner; Wire brushes; large assortment of steel chisels; Truck tarps; John Deere hydraulic ram with hoses; Wood bits; Hand saws; Shovels; Picks; Hand large selection. 500 gal. gas tank, two compartment, metal stand and double hoses; Chain boomers; log chains; Set of tractor chains; Jumper cables; Portable air Mnk; Propone tanks; 4 Jerry Quantity of new oil; Boxes of bolts and nuts. Gear puller. ANTIQUE and HOUSEHOLD Westinghouse radio No. 57 Special; Two speakers (horn Two Edison horns; Freshman radio; Westinghouse radio; Radiator cover; Side board with mirror- ed hutch top; Cool skuttles. Several lanterns; Gear drive log auger; license plates from 1922 and up; White jug end basin; Two commodes; Hard rubber tire trocVV Snow shoes; Two grind stones; Two end tables; Single bed ond mattress. Two dressers Maytag washer; Small dryer; Upright deepfreeze; Platters, crocks, jars; Chest of drawers; Kitchen cabinet. MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Bolner Holiday Trailer, fully equipped. The antique ond older items on this sole look extremely in- teresting and should you need a modem tractor we hove it, too. ToVe the day ond come to this sole in the foolhitls. The description of the items luted-above is a guide only and is no way a guarantee written or implied. SALE CONDUCTED BY DON WALPER AUCTIONEERING PINCHER CREEK PHONE 627-3760 DON WAIPER ROY FJORDBOTTEN Ik. 010259 Lie, 010237 Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture de- partment: Eggs: To producers: A large 59; A medium 56; A small 40; B '40; C 10; cracks 25. Ta retailers: A large 69-71; A medium 6648; A small 52-54. To consumers (in A large 76-79; A me- dium 73-76; A small 5841. Poultry: To producers: Live No. 1 chicken broilers 30; 6 and over, 5 and under 6, 30. Fowl under 4, 7-10. under 12, 36, 12 to 18, 36; over 18, 35. live No. 2 chicken 6 and over, 5 and under 6, 27. Turkey under 12, 33; 12 to 18, 33; over 18, 33. Council reported recently that demand for wheat is expected to exceed supply by about 296 million bushels in the next 12 months. Yet Statistics Canada re- ported Wednesday that grain New feed mill CALGARY (CP) Burns Foods Ltd.'s feeds division has announced that it will build a feed mill facility in Prince Albert, Sask. J. H. Banna, general mana- ger of the 'division, said the mill is expected to be ready for service by the end of this year. farmers intend to keep produc- tion well below maximum this year, apparently with an eye to stretching the boom period for at least another year. Summerfallow acreage esti- mated on the basis of a June survey is expected to be about 25.5 million acres this year, below the 29 million acres out of production last year but considerably higher than the 20 million recommended by the government. Traditionally, fanners put land in summerfallow one year in order to reap bigger crops the next. This practice, known as strip fanning, also helps to keep top soil from blowing away in the spring, a problem when big chunks of land are cultivated. ACREAGE UP This process of hedging bete with summerfallow has resulted in estimated wheat acreage of 24.2 million bushels, up substan- tially from 21.3 million last year, but dramatically below the 28 million acres Otto Lang, minister responsible for the Ca- nadian wheat board, says is necessary to meet demand. Barley acreage has also suf- fered, dropping two per cent from last year to 11.7 million bushels and far belcfsr the 14 million recommended by Mr. Lang in a March acreage guide. Rape and flaxseed acreage is also less than recommended. The acreage estimates con- form closely to ones reported earlier this year by Statistics Canada following a March sur- vey. But that was taken at a time when farmers feared drought themselves because of light snowfalls last winter and little early spring rain. REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY AT 11.00 A.M. Don't be content to accept one offer