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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 15, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Canadian amateur leads U.S. pro TORONTO (CP) Ontdno amateur champion Kelly Rob- erts shrugged off some late- afieinoon ram and wind Friday to tie United States pro Art McNickle for the fuai- round lead in the Ontario open golf championship The leaders fired four- under-par 67s on the yard Bayview Country Club course for a one-stroke lead over Phil Giroux of Montreal, Ben Kern of London, Ont and Moe Norman of Gilford, Ont McNickle entered the club- house along with Norman just before a heavy downpour hit the course Roberts was just starting the 16th when the rain began but birdied the 16th and made par the rest of the way to grab his> share of the lead Roberts, 20, a University of Indiana student from London, Ont, has won the Ontario amateur title the last two years in a row McNickle, 22, is a second- year touring pro from Sacramento, Calif Roberts said he felt confident coming into this tournament which offers a winner's purse of He said he found himself missing the greens a lot Friday but credited his solid play from the traps for getting him out of trouble "I've been playing quite a bit down in Florida lately and that may have something to do with said Roberts Lloyd Johnson Estate Barpns FARM AND INDUSTRIAL AUCTION SALE From Barons 5 miles north on Highway 23, then 1A mile east, or from Carmangay, 5 miles south on Highway 23, then Vi mile east. Watch for signs. TERMS CASH IN PULL DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE Saturday, June 22, 9 a.m. Sharp Having received instructions from the executors of the Lloyd Johnson Estate we will offer the following by public auction The articles listed below are merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition size or age and are subject to minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale -No 95 Massey Ferguson, Die PTO, hyd TILLAGE No 11A Cockshutt wide level box, Johnson Blade, Double Disk John Deere Van Brunt Press Drill, Cockshutt No 2 PTO Swather, Deere No 65 Pull Type Motor Driven gal Oval Tank, gal Oval Tank gal Tank Ford Tilt Cab 800 Series x 2, 391 motor (only 4 000 miles on new motor) box and hoist nice unit, Dodge 1 Ton speed and box, Ford School Bus, V8 speed (ideal to convert to travel home) Rambler 6 cyl standard, 1953 Ford V8, standard several other cars for parts and auto wreckers Ford motor SHOP 110 V, AC, E 250 amp welder, Industrial Model 300 415 amp continuous use, Little Giant Trip Hammer dutv 1 hp elec motor, dian No 18 heavy duty press drill, lathe (like new) lathe table, paint sprayer, hack saw, 201 Industrial post drill, duty hydraulic press, Morns 115 volt motor driven generator, automatic start, used less than 1 000 hours 110 volt generator motor, lift floor hoist on air, 1 McCormick floor jack, saw, No 15 press drill hp electric motor, Press Drills Several bench grinders, Electric drill E'ectric drill forward and reverse, 6 and 12 V charger Several vices (combination Several electric motors from Vt to 2 hp Approx 10 ton winch gin poles and running gear Several yards of heavy wire cable on spools, socket sets, Vs" socket sets, Several tool boxes, metal, Quantity of new and used tires and rims implement Several new spmdals. Quantity of new hyd hose Several slide standard for Johnson blades Large Quantity of plastic pipe Quan- tity of electrical wire tons of cast iron, Quantity of aluminum Quantity of rail Large quantity of new and used nuts and bolts of various lengths and sizes, Several sheets of 4 x 8 14-16 gauge Several sheets of 5" x 12', 10 gauge Several sheets of 5' x 12' welded m 40' lengths, Several sheets of 4'x8' welded in 48 ft lengths, IVixVi angle x 20 new Quantity of rod, quantity of flat, quantity of bar steel, x 8 x sheets of plate steel quantity of 4 x 8 x plywood. Quan- tity of new and used 2' x 4 and 2" x 1" x 1" x 8 4 x 6 of various lengths and sizes Several doors tractors, can be restored, Anson twin engine aircrafts for parts, Deere Model D tractor Model A tractor believed to be second oldest Ford tractor in Alberta, wagons (wooden) wagon 1 Model L Case tractor Model A Ford car McCormick Dearmg stationary engine desk. top desk. Metal filing cabinets Many other shop and miscellan- eous articles too numerous to mention AUCTIONEER'S NOTE. The equipment offered in this largely from the well known makers of the Johnson Blade and mostly heavy duty equipment come and bid with confidence at this sale. SALE CONDUCTED BY ALLAN EGLAND "EAN OSEEN _ Lc L.c-010386 HOWARD DUNN Pr-on- frJj 2108 Plore 739-2185 739 2207 Catmanaay Alta Turin Alia CASHIERS Geoff Ph 7572419 Ron Svanes Ph O: AW, CON'T >TALK SO CHILDISH THEY WONDER WHY WE SPEND SO MUCH IN THE Braves are on warpath, scalp unsuspecting Cards Bibby impressed Martin THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Despite feeling under the weather, Jim Bibby started for Texas Rangers Friday night and pitched strong baseball for five innings But Bibby finally buckled, and manager Billy Martin had to call on Steve Foucault to nail down a 7-2 victory over Milwaukee Brewers "Bibby showed me a lot of guts said Martin "He picked up a very bad cold two days ago in Detroit, felt lousy Thursday and Friday but he told me had wanted to try to pitch six or seven innings He was too weak to throw his fastball hard enough after a while so I got him out as soon as trouble developed Bibby held the Brewers scoreless until the sixth, when they scored a run on singles by Dave May, Don Money and Johnny Briggs Foucault then came in to retire the side and yielded just one run the rest of the way In other American League games, Minnesota Twins downed Cleveland Indians 8-2, Baltimore Orioles nipped Chi- cago White Sox 2-1, Kansas City Royals turned back Detroit Tigers 4-3, New York Yankees trimmed Oakland A s 5-1 and California Angels defeated Boston Red Sox 4-3 in 15 innings HIT GRAND SLAM Eric Soderholm s grand slam home run capped a seven-run outburst in the third inning that earned Minnesota over Cleveland The big inning started with consecutive singles by Glenn Borgmann. Luis Gomez, Jerry Terrell and Larry Hisle off Bob Johnson, 3-3 The Cleveland starter retired the next two batters but Steve Braun also singled for the third run of the inning, then Craig Kusick walked to load the bases Ken Sanders relieved Johnson and Soderholm greeted him with the grand- slam over the left field fence his fifth homer of the season Joe Decker, 7-4, checked the Indians on five hits, including homers Charlie Spikes in the fifth inning and Dave Duncan in the sixth Tommy Davis singled in the tying run and Jim Follmer's base hit produced the game- winner in a two-run eighth in- ning that carried Baltimore past Chicago Mark Belanger walked to open the rally and was sacri- ficed to second base After Bobby Gnch was hit bv a pitch by reliever Terry Forster. Davis singled to right to tie the game at 1-1 Fuller then lined a single to centre to chase home Gnch Successive fifth-inning home runs by John Mayberry and Hal McRae gave Kansas CiU its victory over Detroit With two out in the fifth Maj berry blasted his 14th homer of the season into the left field stands off Lerrin LaGrow. 5-5, to tie the score 3- 3 McCrae followed bv lining NOW HEAR THIS! CITY TAXES ARE NOW DUE City Property Taxes are now due and must be paid by p.m. FRIDAY, JUNE 28th or a penally of 1% per month (July to 2% for November and 2% for De- cember will be assessed on all overdue taxes It is to your advantage to take care of your taxes now! CITY OF LETHBRIDGE LaGrow's next pitch into the upper deck of the right field seats tor his eighth homer of the year Bill Sudakis drove in three runs with a home run and a double to lead New York over slumping Oakland The A's lost their fourth game in a row and sixth in their last seven Sudakis connected for his fifth homer of the season THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hank Aaron hit a solo home 11 this year and No 724 for his added a run-scoring double while Rone Harrison drilled a two- run homer as Atlanta Braves beat St Louis Cardinals 6-1 Friday for their 20th victory in the last 27 games In other National League games, Chicago Cubs outlasted Houston 10-7, Pittsburgh Pirates beat San Francisco Giants 4-2, Los Angeles Dodgers edged New York Mets 3-2, Cincinnati Reds defeated Philadelphia Phillies 7-4 and San Diego Padres nipped Montreal Expos 5-4 "I've been lucky off (Bob) said Aaron, who has hit eight homers off the Cardi- nals'ace in his career "I hit a fast ball He was throwing the ball good but he got it in a bad Hank said of his second inning shot Burt Hooton, a pitcher who wasn't hitting well, became a hitter who wasn't pitching well in the Cubs' victory over Houston He first hit of the year in 27 start a seven-run third inning and completed the rout with a run- scoring single After Chicago built an 8-3 lead Houston bombed the Chi- cago starter from the mound with a four-run fourth, three of them coaching on Bob Watbon's homer That gave Jim Todd a chance and he scored his first major league victory with 4 1- 3 innings of one-hit shutout relief Pittsburgh's Dock Ellis pitched a four-hitter and got help from Richie Zisk who belted a two-run double WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! IRON Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITfcD NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" our future starts at LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE One or two year career tunities Computer Programmer Marketing-Advertising Legal-Medical- Executive Secretary Key Punch Operator Receptionist Clerk Typist Accounting-Retailing Office Management Public Health Services Administration Registered Nurse Vocational Agriculture Agricultural Mechanics Automotives Welding Drafting Technician Technology Electronic Technician Technology Meat Technician Chef Training Commercial Cooking Journalism Broadcasting Physical education Recreation Director Park Warden Fish Wildlife Officers Law Enforcement OUR GRADS ARE IN DEMAND. 92% employed after a 1 or 2 year program! 5% transferred to a University to complete a degree program! Write: Student Services, Lethbridge Community College., or phone 327-2141 ;