Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI UETHBRIDG! HERALD Saturday, Jun. 16, WJ Warner comity pupils take part in track meet WARNER (HNS) Despite high winds, blowing sand and dirt, the recent county of War- ner elementary track meet was a success. Grade 9 and 10 students, un- der the guidance of Wayne Glass, guided all events. Teachers were in charge of Individual classes and moved their pupils from one event to another in an organized man- ner. At the conclusion of the meet, medals (gold, silver and bronze) were presented to the following winners: Grade boys Harry Mellafont, Couts, gold; Doug Hullt, Coutts, sil- ver; and Edward Warner, bronze. Grade 1 girl: Maureen Balog, Milk River, Cheryl Liebelt, War- ner, and Joan Murray, Warner, GEORGE EHNES AUCTION SALE TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED located 15 Miles South of ETZIKOM, Alberta or 8 Miles East of HOPING SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 1 P.M. SHARP Having received instructions from Mr. Ehnes, we offer for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS 1 1971 I.H.C. Model 1256 turbo diesel tractor with air con- ditioned cab, dual wheels and 950 hrs. Model 44 gas tractor. Harris Model 102 tractor with front end loader. TRUCKS 1 1966 Chevrolet Model 60 3 ton truck with 8x15 wooden box, hoist, road tank, good tires, miles. CMC 3 ton truck with box, hoist, tarp. COMBINES 18 ft. SP combine with straw chopper, spreader and cab. This combine is in top condition. 10 ft. pickup. MISCELLANEOUS Wringer washer; radio; separators; and chair; Bed; Dresser; Gas tanks; Propane cook stove. MACHINERY 1-1973 I.H.C. Model 55 chisel plow 14 ft. with Edwards- rod weeder attachment; 1-1971 I.H.C. Model 100 14 ft. press drill with solid packers (top Krause 24 ft. chisel plow wing type fully hyd., top condition; Deere 20 ft. 1200 Series, surflex tiller; 21 ft. 3 standard blade, fully hyd., etc.; rock picker, hyd.; Hoeme 16 ft. chisel plow, hyd.; sprayer, 33 ft, rear mount to fit light delivery truck; of diamond harrows; of flex narrows; Large harrow drawbar, dump rake; 1 carrier for J.D. drills; 1 SnoCo 16 ft. 4" auger and Mayrath 27 ft. groin auger and rnotor; 41 ft. grain auger with elec- tric start motor; fillers, Jeffrey rod-feeder attach- ment. The description to condition or otherwise at 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 con- dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PER.UCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethfaridge Office Phone 328-3951 Company license 071465 JOE PERLICH Lie. 0102V3 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA BOB BAIOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK RIVER ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phone 545-645? BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MEL SHEETS AUCTION SALE Located 8 Miles North of PICTURE BUTTE or 13 Miles East of BARONS, ALBERTA MONDAY, JUNE 18th A.M. SHARP TERMS: CASH IUNCH SERVED Having received from Mr. Sheets who has sold his farm, we offer for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS 1-1850 Cockshutt Diesel cab, single wheels. I.H.C. Tractor, good running order. T W30 I.H.C. Tractor on rubber, running order. TRUCKS Fargo 3 ton special, hoist end grain box, 5 speed transmission and 2 speed rear end. Vi Ton Mercury 352 V-8 motor, 4 speed trans- mission, heavy duty. COMBINE 1-1959 Massey Harris 92, 14 ft. table, McCoy Renn pickup (like straw chopper. FUEL TANKS gal. Tank, double compartment. gal. Tank, single compartment. gal. Propane Tank, with regulator end filling hose. MACHINERY B CCII. self propel swather, 15 ft. platform, good condition; ft. Graham hoe with winch. Jingle wing type, rod weeder attachment ft. Victory blade, new 1-I.H.C. Model 100 disc drill (14 new pans, bearings, etc.; 1-No. 37 I.H.C. baler; ft. I.H.C. rod weeder (spring hitch) new Holland hay conditioner; 1 12 ft. Noble blade, hydraulic, 2 stan- dard; 1-I.H.C. 120 pull type twather; 3-Sections Noble packers; Sections of diamond and flexible harrows CAMPER ton mount, home made insulated camper outfit. GRAIN AUGERS ft x 7" grain auger with Wisconsin, gas motor, elec- tric start. ft. x 6" grain auger with 9 h.p. Briggs Stratton motor. ft. x 6" grain auger, A frame. filler 12 ft. x 4" with 12 volt electric motor MISCELLANEOUS 20-Pieces 20' x 3" Wade Rain irrigation pipe; 2- Electric lawn mowers ond chords: acetylene cream separators (West 1 Gas welding outfit; 1 100 amp battery quick charger 6' and 12 volt; gal oil dispenser and pump. Hydraulic rams hoses; Good assortment of shop tools; New and used parts; Propane regulators; Chain hoist; Electric drills and Grindstone and vise; dump box 12' x 7', steel floor; on valve reseating and refacing outfit; 2-Propane fridges, bed and miscellaneous household items. The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on Item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or owner are responsible for any errors in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, lethbridgo Office Phone 328-3951 Company License 071465 JOE PERLICH Lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDG2, BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MHK RIVER ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phone 545-6432 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERLICH lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 IETHBXIDGE, ALBERTA Grade 2 boys Lyndon Currle, War. ner, Edward Rutan, Warner, and Keith Weniman, Masinasln, (B) Grade 2 girls Gail Helwlg, Masln- asin Joanne Plttman Warner and Karen Eliert, Milk River, Grade 3 boys Brian Collin, War- ner, Mark Orcutt, Warner, tied, James LisowsM, Coutts, (B) and Russel Vornbrock, Masinasln Grade 3 girls Debbie McLeod, Coutts, Shelley Soico, Warner, end Karen Kaupp, Warner, Grade 4 boys Scott Ostenburg, Milk River tied, Kent Evers, Coutts, and Wayne Halmrasr, Ma s'nasin and tied, Bradley Pitt- man, Warner, (S) and Darryl Harty, Maslnasin Grade 4 girls Janice Sehrens, Milk River, Kelly Wiltshire, Milk River, and Susanne Cooper, War- ner Grade 5 boys Ricky Vornbrok, Maslnasin, and Pierre Plttman, War- ner, tied for gold; Darwin Balog, Milk River, and Glen Gaits, Coutts, and Danny Brantner, Wrentham, tied for bronze. Grade 5 girls She'ly Gilborn, Coutts, Vickl Milk River, tied for silver; and tied, Noreen Heppler, Warner, and Holly Hirsche, Wrentham, bronze. Grade 6 boys Willie Balog, Milk River, Wade McKenzie, Warner I and Doug Evers, Coutts, ind Eu gene Maslnasin, tied for bronze. Grade girls Oarcy Coults, Patsy Doenz, Milk River, and Gall Harty, Maslnasin, Total aggregate points: Coutts. 185Vs; Wrentham, 58Vj; Maslnasin, Milk River, 2ij; and Warner, 275VJ. Blood clinic June 26 at High River HIGH RIVER The first visit this year by the Red Cross blood transfusion service will be made Tuesday, June 26. High River AARN chapter is gain in charge of the event, with Mrs. Marie Callahan act- ing as convenor. TREASURY BRANCHES OF ALBERTA CAREERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADS DEVELOPMENT A comprehensive program provides training through Branch Administration to Management. SELECTION A good academic record supported by on interest in people and a desire to be involved in a rapidly ex- panding financial organization. BENEFITS Include full Provincial Civil Servant benefits. Com- mencement salaries are reviewed annually with addi- tional consideration provic'od for demonstrated ability and advancement. If you are interested in such an opportunity and feel that you have the necessary qualifications, contact Manager of your nearest Treasury Branch. FORD Salesman of the Month! Mr. lyndon Foster, General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford, pleased to announce that Dave Boyden is the Dunlop Ford Salesman for the month of May. Dave is to be congratu- lated for his fine efforts in ot- laining this prestigious achieve- ment in the sale of Ford "Bet- ter Idea" quality new cars and trucks. Dave extends his thanks la all who helped make this achievement possible. FORLT COR. 16th AVE. AND M.M. DRIVE SOUTH MR. DAVE BOYDEN WM. PERLICH AUCTION SALE TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Located 1 mile West, 114 mile North of IRON SPRINGS, ALBERTA FRIDAY, JUNE 29th 1 P.M. SHARP Having received instructions from Mr. Perlich who is retiring from farming due to ill health, we will offer for sole at auction the following. TRACTORS AND TRUCKS model Super M tractor with hyds., new paint model Super A tractor with beet cult, and tools and 7 ft. mower 1 1948 Chev 3 ton truck with beet box, stock racks, good condition. 1 1964 IHC ton truck with stock racks. Good condition. TANKS AND FEEDERS gal. 2 compartment fuel tank ton capacity self feeders, like new gal. steel water trough MACHINERY 1-IHC 1 row beet harvester; 1-IHC 10 ft. double disc; Graham Hoeme 8 ft. chisel plow, hyd.. 10 ft. press drill; ditcher, hdy.; 1 10 ft. wooden float; 12 sections of diamond harrows; Deere 3 bottom 16" plow; ft. weed sprayer; 2 bottom plow; model 400 manure spreader on rubber; with hay fork pushoff, manure fork, etc.; stooker (15 bale No. 15 side delivery rake; tired wagon; Chatin ditcher; baler, PTO drive, rear mount fertilizer spreader; Quantity of old machinery, scrap iron, irrigation dams. MILK COWS year old Jersey milk cow, freshened in April. Bred year old Guernsey milk cow, due by sale time. year old Brown Swiss cow milk cow, due in August. These are top quality farm family milk cows MISCELLANEOUS motors; pump; pumps; forks, shovels, bars, 3 hyd. jacks, 2 Jack-All jacks, tarps, 3 miles of barb wire, fence posts, poles ond lumber, Electric fence charger, chains, electric cord, 250 ft. 2" plastic hose, 600 bales of straw. Quantity of miscellaneous household items. Electric cream separator. Combination gas coal range, gas heater, electric fan. The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth en 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 dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Company License 071465 Bex 1057, leth bridge JOE PERLICH Lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phone 54S-64S2 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA Office Phone 328-3951 BOB BALOG Lie. 067454 Phone 647.2201 MILK RIVER TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phono 328-9872 LETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA Girl Guides win awards Highest "tending Gu.de Geroldine Whitesel, left, Edmonton recently. All-round Cord Guides ore Elizabeth shows the Gold Cord she received recently at Brownie and Lisowski, Shelley Minor, Arleen Whitesel, Dawn Mella- Guide ceremonies at Coutts. She received a Gold Cord cer- font and, front, Pauline Larson. Guide Denise Bunn is not titicate from Lieufenant-Governor Grant MacEwan ot present I District News f In Brief t CAREERS HORSESHOES PINCHER CREEK (HNS) There will be an open horse- shoes tournament at Foothills Park Saturday, June 23, at 1 a.m The categories vill be un der in. under 16. under 35, aJi over 35. AJI categories will in elude mens' and womens' pla and singles and doubles events SLOW PITCH PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Men's slow pitch games will b held Monday and Wednesda evenings at 7 p.m. at the Ma1 thsw Halton High School larg diamond. SLOW PITCH PINCHER CREEK (Special Women who want to pla slow pitch, whether on a team or not, may meet at Matthe1 Halton High School Monday Jjne 18, at 7 p.m. for the firs practice and organization. FEW LOTS LEFT TABER (HNS) The sale by the town of the remaining five lots on 57th St. betweei 54th and 56th avenues has vir tually depleted the town's res idential land bank. The lot were sold to Revelstoke Com panics Ltd. for serviced Council has directed that water and sewer services be extend ed on 5th Ave. from 48th to 47th streets, and on 52nd Ave west of 57th St. GOPHERS NOT WANTED TABER (HNS) Town council has decreed that the gopher threatens to outnumber people and a poisoning cam- paign has been set for Monday June 18. Areas to be poisoner, are west of 48th St. including he rodeo grounds, an area in the northwest over to 50th St., and the nortlieas: area east ol 56th St. DRAINAGE PLANS TABER (HNS) Council will review existing drainage plans for an area in the west portion of town in preparation to developing the area for res- idential construction. In con- nection with water sendees, payment of commission to the banks for collection of water bills will be discontinued at the end of June. GAMES TRIALS PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Pincher Creek Summer Games trials: Equestrian events will be held July 8 at. 10 a.m. at the agricultural grounds. En- tries will be accepted up to the time of the event. Contact Ed Peters at 627-2235. Slow pitch fi- nals: July 7, 9 a.m. at the MCC ball park. Contact Al Laatsch or Gordon Stuckcy. FOSTER SON NOBLEFORD (HNS) Let- ters were read from foster son Byung Soo of South Korea at the recent meeting of the No- bleford United Church Women. It was held at the home of Mrs. Herman Hann. Nine wom- en attended. The group will dis- play crafts Aug. 6, Nobleford Day, a project of the local Home and School group. A committee was formed to pur- chase paint for the church basement. NEED FIRE CHIEF TABER (HNS) The posi- tion of assistant fire chief is open at Tabcr. The resignation of William J. Coghill, after six months employment with the town, was accepted by council, June 13, and invita- tions are out for a successor. Starting of per month is contingent on six months probationary sen-ice prior permanent, appoint- ment to the position, MINOR PAVING TABER (HNS) Paving of Taber's municipal airport, now under way, has made possible the completion of hard surfac- ing of the traffic turn-around at St. Patrick's Elementary School for Street re- pairs on 48th Ave., made ne- cessary by the nan-owing of the north sidewalk from 10 to eight feet, will also be done by the town. SHOWS SLIDES COWLEY (HNS) Mrs. Phyllis Macdonald of Vancou- ver showed slides she made on a trip to Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Greece and Italy. She s a teacher and the sister of Mrs. A. R. Homans of Cowley NEW TRACTOR NOBLEFORD The public works department las a new tractor, the small garden variety, with mower and tiller attachments. The snowblower will be added in the 'all. RESERVOIR EMPTY NOBLEFORD Phe bulk water meter realized 1363 for April and residents used gallons of water, up some gallons from April, 1972. It was reported one reservoir was empty and the veeds will be cleaned out be- ore it is refilled. JOURNEYMAN ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN required by LEADING SPECIALIST IN AUDIO COMPONENTS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Applicants with interest or ex- perience in hi-fi field will be given preference. Apply MR. J. G. KOHN ANGLO STEREO AND PHOTO BOX 250, LETHBRIDGE Include resume and present salary. YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. GOVERNMENT O ALBERTA PLANT SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR Olds College Develops and presents lectures and lobs in plant science courses in range and pasture manage- ment, ecology and statistical design, conducts short courses in plant science. Masters degree in Agriculture, desire em- phasis in range and posture management, plant ecology or a related field crop area or o Bachelors degree with similar emphasis combined with considerable instructional and practical agricultural experience. Closes Juns 28, 1973. Competition Number 5501-C-32. Information and application forms fromi GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES Two Public Health Nurses are required for Wabasca Muni- cipal Nursing Service in northern Alberta to provide skilled nursing service in homes and clinics to help families secure appropriate medical, hospital or other needed care. Duties also include promoting and maintaining health of individuals and families and the community through leaching and counselling and appropriate preventive measures. Public health nursing diploma or degree preferred. RN con- sidered. Salary range to plus isolation bonus. Apply to Mrs. J. C. Boiley, Director of Public Health Nurs- ing, Department of Health and Social Development, Ad- ministration Building, 98th Avenue and 109 Street, Edmon- ton, Alberta. T5K OC8. These positions will remain open until suitable candidates have been recruited. r i i i i I i i i i BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A new Alberta Snack Foods Company re- quires a product distributor for the Southern Alberta area. This opportunity should attrac- tive to on experienced salesman who wishes to establish his own business, or to an existing dis- tributor who wishes to expand by adding a complete line of snack foods. Our employees are aware of this advertii- ment. I I I I I I I I I Please reply to: BOX 7, HERALD SERVICE MANAGER FOR FORD DEALERSHIP Qualifications 1. Familiar with Ford Warranty Procedures 2. Experience in managing Service Department Salary and Benefits 1. Salary to per month depending on experience and qualifications, plus lucrative Bonus Arrangements. 2. Normal company benefits including group insurance plan. Send complete resume of experience and previous employment tos John Dueck Ford Mercury Sales Ltd. Box 598, FERNIE, B.C.