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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MISS LAURIE JOHNSON LOOKS AT SHOW 250 attend art show PINCHER CHEEK (Special) An art show, showing works by artists of Pincher Creek and District, was a decided success. More than 250 attended tho show, arranged and planned by Miss Laurie Johnson, 15, as a 4-H project. This project, Art for Living, Is her major project for the year. A total of 62 persons contri- buted to the show. Of these works, 200 were paintings and sketches. Of considerable interest was the sculpturing rjf Mrs. R. H. Bennet and Mrs. Murton Har- land. There were 65 exhibits in sculpturing, photography, leath- er craft, wood carving, needle- point and drift wood. Many viewing .the show ex- pressed pleasure and surprise at the various works shown. Parade entries SPARWOOD (IINS) En tries for the July 1 parade here may be sent to Frank Mitchell. June 24 is the deadline. Theme for the parade is "AU Countries." Many wish to make it an an- nual two-day event. Judge of Miss Johnson's pro- ject was Miss Annette Audibert of Pincher Creek. It was judged on her approach to the public, how well it was arranged and displayed and by the number of entries. She will display her own oils and sketches at the club's achievement day, Saturday, June 3, at the Twin Butte Hall at 7 p.m. Mill rate of 88 set at Coleman CO-ORDINATOR Mrs. Pat Kitchener of Edmonton arrived in Hie Crowsnest I'ass recently to spend the summer months working as a senior citizens program co- ordinator for the Crowsnest Pass recreation board. Miss Kitchener will be working through the local recreation office under the STEP pro- grain. Senior citizens wish- ing lo visit Mrs. Kitchener or who wish any information should phone 5G3-3288. Photo By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau COLEMAN A mill rate oi 88 has been set by Coleman coiuicil, an increase of eighl mills over last year. The mills will be divided as follows 42.6 for schools, 32.59 for municipal and 12.81 for health. Council also approved a 10 per cent discount on payment of current taxes paid on or be- fore from date of mailing no- tices. Five per cent will be at- Now Save up lo 90% on Oil and Filter Expenses with a Proven Sysfem of ON Filtration FRANTZ OIL CLEANER Better engine performance'. Easily installed on any car, truck, tractor or marina engine One-year money-back guarantee Latest advance in the auto industry Dealers and Distributors Invited Write Box 913 TTJ 3Z8 COMPLETE RANCH DISPERSAL FOR LAKEVIEW FARMS AT GRAND CENTRE, ALBERTA 98 Head or Simmentals Farm Machinery and Tools 210 Head of Commercial Stock Trucks and Cars WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th Tools and Machinery P.M. Livestock SALE LOCATION miles of Grand Centre, Alberla, on H'ghway 28 across Beaver River Bridge. Turn left and follow roatf 5 miles south to ronch. WATCH FOR SIGNS. 1800 ft. x 150 ft. grass airstrip adjacent to buildings. SIMMENTAIS Purebred Simmental heifer. Sire: Sir Harald born June 28, 71. Dam: Bcirronne weigh! 78 Ibs. 200 day adj. w.w. 654 Ibs. half Simmenlal bulls ready for breeding. Weigh) appiox. 1200 Ibs. half Simmenlal Hfri. open by Petunia, Adonil, Harold, Munler, Galanl and Quarlier. 28-Parisien Pacific Sultan 2 yr. old Simmenlal hfrs. with Vt calves al foot out of Munter, Florian and Harald. X Angui X Charol.iis Hfri. Bred Simmenlal COMMERCIAL STOCK of bred Hereford cows. hfrs. open, Hereford Slecrj 500 lo 700 Ib. 7 PUREBRED RANGE BULLS rising 2 yrs. old. Hereford coming 3. rising 3 and 4 yrs. broken saddle horses. millt cows. Also a complete line of top quality farm machinery and all service fools for same. Like new condition. FOR COMPLETE LISTINGS AND BROCHURE CONTACT: AUCTIONEERS DON HUTTON AND ASSOCIATES BOX 854 ST. PAUL, ALTA. PHONE (403) 645-4059 lowed on payment of urrent taxes after 30 days and up to GO days from date of mailing notices. An application was received from Coleman Collieries for a development p e r m 11 lo instal 40 mobile homes in the Carbon- dale area. The Oldman River Regional Planning Commission will be contacted regarding a meeting to discuss this matter. It was reported that work on the new subdivision in north- west Coleman was progressing favorably. Calgary Power has informed the town that the company wishes to increase the rates in town by approximately 35 per cent. Council announced that gas rates in town are still holding at the present price but con- sideration is being given to a possible increase. A letter was received from Sharon Markowski regarding the possibility of holding a cel- ebration in Coleman July 1. The letter advised that a high school teacher and the recre- ation board were supporting the suggestion and the pro- gram would include a parade, car bash, Softball tournament, school displays, beauty contest, pageant, bingo and street dance. Council will advise that July 1 has always been the Cole- man Volunteer Fire Brigade's hose coupling competition day. If the group backing the pro- posed program can work out a suitable program with the fire brigade, then council would ap- prove. Mayor John Holyk reported that he and town foreman Rudy Szymanek have arranged for the purchase of a new load- er for the town. The new unit cost plus the old unit. The police committee ap- proved hiring of a commission- aire to police the town park. Mayor Holyk and secretary- treasurer John Kapalka will at- tend a town administration course at Banff June 4, 5 and 6. Two meter readers, Ambrose H e i s 1 c r and Terry Kryczka, were hired. District doings Hose coupling COLEMAN The Coleman Volunteer Fire Brigade's an- nual hose-coupling competition will be held Saturday, July 1. Teams come from all over Alberta, southern British Co- lumbia and Montana will com- pete. Donations made to the brigade by local firms enable firemen to carry on with tliis competition. ft is felt these competitions play a very important part in f u r t h u r ing the efficiency of brigades. Eagles meet SPARWOOD (HNS) Mrs Jean Mitchell and Mrs. Lor riane Fontana are attending the annual Fraternal Order o Eagles convention at Westminster, B.C. Following the convention Mrs. Mitchell will travel to Vic toria where she will visit wit her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earle Tabor. For ambulance SPARWOOD (HNS) A bin go, sponsored by the Sparwoo Lions Club, will be held JUH 8 p.m. at the Greenwooc Shopping Mall parking lot. Players will sit in their car to play 12 games for i cash prizes. A master card and a strip o three card will cost Proceeds will be used to wards the cost of purchasin an ambulance for the Spanvoof district. totwdoy, Juna 3, 1972 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Stress creative work BLAfRMORE (CNr Bureau) Monica 1111 man of Edmon- ton lias returned to the Crows- nest Pass to start an arts and crafts program for young peo- ple, develop creative play areas, clean and spruce up ex- isting recreation areas and run a bussing service to link all recreation programs. Miss Ullman received confir- mation that her submitted "Pass Area Development Pro- gram" has been accepted as an Opportunities for Youth pro- ject. Miss Ullman worked closely with recreation director Bonnie Porter to set up the project. A t o t a 1 of 18 young people will be employed under this program. The provincial grant for program is Two seek mayor's seat PJN'CHER CREEK (HNS) Dr. Juan Teran has withdrawn his name as a town council candidate and has become a mayoralty candidate. Bradford Sawyer, an environ- mental co-ordinator, has also announced he is seeking the mayor's seat. MONICA Opportunities for Youth pro- ject in Hie Crowsnest Pass. Hacklers honored COWLEY (HNS) Ties- id cnls of Cowley since 1957, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hackler were feted at a farewell party at the Cowloy Community Hall prior to taking up residence at Dal- lam, near Wayne, Alberta. A large crowd was on hand for the farewell with a set of steel kitchen ware and an elec- tric clock presented to the Hacklers by the community. Arthur Gray was master of ceremonies and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hackler were present for his parents' farewell. Sons Ross and Frank were unable to at- tend. NAMED SENATOR James L. George, superin- tendent of schools at Taber, lias been appointed to the senate of the University of Calgary, effective Sept. 1. University Chancellor W. A. (Bill) Friley made the an- nouncement recently. It's a three-year term. Gibb Photo. 300-pound black bear killed PINCHER CREEK (Special) Recently a 300-pound male black bear was shot by Louis Patterson along the Castle River. The animal caused consider- able havoc for a couple of days around the trailer camp of a work crew located on Ihe site of the former Castle River Ranger Station. Apparently the four-year-old bruin made repeated night raids on the trailers in an en- deavor to gain access even though workers were inside. Attempts to trap the bear failed. He was finally bagged by the hunter. The spring bear season ter- minated at the end of May in this area but only a few ani- mals were reported shot. These Are The LetKbndgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Box 2187 TYRRELl'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAML1NG ......P.O. Box 97, Wrenthnm WARNER MRS. PEARl LIEBELT General Delivery Contact these peapto tor your District Newi or Classified Advertising Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Verrun Decoux, Resident Rep., Elulrmore Phone SHOVELLING GRAIN TAPER BIN CO. LTD. We will supply and build a complete storage or we will odd a tapered floor to your present unit. A tapered floor gives you these advantages; No Shovelling Completely Automated Grain Handling Reduced Costs for Handling (One man can easily do ft all) Capacities to Suit Every Need Adds More Storage To Your Present Bin 15 ft. Bin Holds 180 Bushels Morn Drain We will be the area in the near future. For further information write to ANDY SENGER, 142 LORNE ST. N. REGINA, SASK., or PHONE 543-2627 ALSO AVAILABLE BEHIEN BINS NORMAN DORAM FARM AUCTION SALE 6 miles east on Highway No. 3 and miles south on J, Do ram Farm COALDALE, ALBERTA THURSDAY, JUNE 8 p.m. Terms: Cash the day of the sale, with selllement in full before removal from the farm, Having been favoured with Tnslrucrians from Mr. Norman Do ram who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale ihe following items as listed below which is merely a guide and in no way a guarantee as to description or condition as the items listed are subject to additions, deletions or errors as you may find them at Ihe sale. Special arrangements of cash day of sale and balance before August 1st, 1972 on combine. Possession only after payments have been made In full. COMBINE Versatile self propelled model 420 with 13 cutter bar and 12 fl. McCoy Renn pick-up. Like new. Has cuf opprox. acres. SWATHER Cockshuti No. 2 15 ft. pull-type swather, TRACTOR John Deere Model 820, late model with black dash with power take-cff, live hydraulics, goad rubber. Good all around unil. Cose mode! 930 diesel Comfort King with cob. Has operaied [ess lhan 1200 hours. TRUCK 1 1952 Fargo 1 ton truck wilh box and hoist. MACHINERY 1-M it. I.H.C. Model K7 press drill with 7" spacing; 1-Cockshull model 225 15 fl. wide-level wilh seeder ft. Mayralh weed sproyer; 1 1969 Case 18 ft. wing style chisel glow. New shovels, SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS toaf bench vise complete wilh drill; 1-hond bench grinder; 1 Harris ocelylenc welding outfit; Ib. greasoratorj guns; cu. fl. propone refriger- alor; Quantity of bolfs, washers; Quantity of pliers, wrenches, socket sets ond many more miscellaneous items loo num- erous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This farm sole is being con- ducted Tn the evening lo accommodate farmers wishing to attend during the busy season. Because of Daylight Sav- ing, plenty of day light is left ofler supper to conduct a farm sale of this site. The quality of machinery is good and everyone is advised to allend. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. Box 105, Coaldale, Alberta "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phono 345-3534, or the Owner. let Handley lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS FreH Burton lie. No. 005615 Roger Lie. No. 010111 r auctioneer, be refunded MIDWEST FARM SUPPLY CLOSE OUT AUCTION SALE ON THE EQUIPMENT LOT NEXT TO THE CIVIC CENTRE TABER, ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7 1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED Terms: Cash the day of the sale, wilh settlement in full before removal from Ihe lot. Having been favoured with instructions from Mildred E. Evan (on, who has sold the form equipment business, we will offer for sale the following items as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a guarantee as to description or condition as Ihe items listed are subject lo additions, deletions or errors as you may find them at the sale. Please nole: business will go on as usval until date oE sale so more items may be added by sale time. P.S. Advance bids may be left wilh owner accompanied with a 10% deposit which will if too low. IRRIGATION POWER UNITS 1 Model 292 natural gas power unit on trailer; G226 L.P.G. propane power unit (complelely over- hauled i 1 Chalmers Model 125 pumping unit. BEET HARVESTERS 1 2 row Farmhand beef harvester (good 1 2 row bee I harvester. BEET EQUIPMENT AlMs Cholrners beet cultivator to fit D17; 1-Oppel 2 row beel lopper unit row I.H.C. beet lopper unil; Several Blackwelder beet thinners; row Lockwood beet topper unil. CARS 1-1971 Toyota cor with radloj 1-3970 Model RIO Renault with radio; 1 1964 Buick LeSabre. POTATO HARVESTER row Allis-Chalmers potato combine. Has dug only (100 MISCELLANEOUS 1 4 row John Deere corn and potato cultivator (1 yeor 1 35 ft. Cockshult EwathEr; Booster draw bar for Model D17 Allis Chalmers; Selection of new parts for I.H.C. beet harveitelr too numerous to mention] Good selection of Marbeet ports too numerous to mention; Large selection of miscellaneous parts, e.g. irrigation equip.; Selection of pliers, wrenches, socket sets, etc., and many more items too numerous 1o mention. Plan Now To Attend This Large Complete Dispersal Close-out Sale SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. Box T05, Coaldale, Alberta "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phone 345-3534 or Midwest Farm Supply at 223-2353 les lie. No. 010120 Fred Burton lie. No. 005619 Roger Handley lie. No. 010121 MIKE LUKUCS FARM AUCTION SALE 3 miles east of Monarch at Junction of Hwys. 3 and 23 MONARCH, ALBERTA TUESDAY, JUNE 13 -1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Mike lukucs, who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following items as listed befow, which is merely a guide and in no way a guarantee as to description or condition as the items listed are subject to additions, dele- lions, or errors as you may find them at the sale. Terms: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS Model No. 40 diesel tractor with Farm- hand fronl end loader. {To be sold as a unit or separately, as decided at sale Massey Harris Modef 555 diesel tractor wilh hydraulics, P-T.O. 1 cub tractor with Model 27 self propelled and Sound pick-up. nbine COMBINE wilh 16 fr. plolform SWATKER 52 ff. P.T.O. pull-1ype swather. MACHINERY 1-Case Model 133 motor drive ft. hyd. Graham Hoeme plow; 3-12 H, Model AH 3 Ncble blade; ft. section of Crowfoot packers; 1 C ha tarn ditcher; 1 7 fl. power mower; of Diamond har- rows with steel draw bar; 1 fl, section of heavy pack- ers; ft, weed sprayer, trail type wirh tank; Massey-Ferguson 16 fl. wide levef; 12 ff. press drill; 1-I.H.C. 10" hammer mill; ff. I.H.C. oneway; f-set of 8 ft. packers; 1-10 ft. I.H.C. double disc; f-10 ft John Desre press drill; 1 10 ft. J.H.C. rod weeder; 1 I.H.C. 2-M" plow; If Ic 36 ft. grain auger wilh motor; wheel trailer; 1 121? ft. groin box; 1-14x30 Praetor tire and rim. BEET EQUIPMENT Deera beet topper (good No. 40 drill; Deere beet topper TRUCKS 1-1945 Model KS5 I.H.C, truck way beet box; 1- 1954 Dodge 2 ton truck wfth heist and beet ond grain boxes. MISCELLANEOUS Quantity of wrenches, socket sets, and olrior mis- cellaneous loo numerous to mention. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COAIDALE, AlBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information 345-3534, or lha ownar. AUCTIONEERS les Handley Roger Handley lit. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 ;