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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THS tFTHBRICGE HERALD Sofordoy, 23, 1973 DISTRICT NEWS Steplienson steer sells for 73 cents CRANBROOK East Kootenay 4-H Achieve- ment Day at Stahl's Grounds here saw the beef club cham- pionship go to Marion Stephen- son of Lake Windermere Beef Club for her 1.049-pound steer. It was sold to Radium Foods at Radium Hot Springs at 73 cents a pound. Reserve champion was the I steer raised by So- nia Maurer of the same club. It sold to Invermere Super Valu at 69 5 cents. Third place was from the same club and raised by Anne Stephenson, also bought by Su- per Valu at 61 cents. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 New surface The Nobleford tennis courts are getting a new asphalt surface for the 1973 season. Club president, Karl Long, anticipates a banner year as soon as Tollestrup con- struction completes the job. Pictured is machine operator, Larry Jenkins, applying the 400 degree asphalt, over the old pavement. FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We carry a complete stock of STEEL IN FLATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your truck and load up at bargain prices We also deliver locally Bring in yotr scrap steel east iron batteries radiators copper brass end get the best Trade value ever We also pay cash! STEEL YARD LOCATION 2803 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Ave. N. Taber turns night store hours down TABER (HNS) Taber mer- chants have turned down a pro- posal for Friday evening late shopping by a slim majority, and will consider other propo- sals at their July 10 dinner meeting. At the recent meeting which was one of the "better attend- ed" gatherings with some 27 present, one person more voted for 6 to 9 p.m. shopping Friday evenings that were in favor. The vote responded to a no- tice of motion placed at the May meeting which was de- signed to end the long standing controversy over night shop- ping. i Three recommendations were m a d e at the recent meeting, and all will likely come up at the July meeting called by pres- ident Peter Campbell during a normally meeting-free month. Proposals are: 1) To close all day Monday, open all day Wed- nesday to 6 p.m., and open af- ter 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs- days; 2) Shopping from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursdays with no other change; and 3) 6 to 9 p.m. shopping Saturday nights. Lots of excitement at Coaldale sports event COALDALE (HNS) The annual Tabloid Sportsday was held recently at the John Da- vidson School. moves ANNOUNCING YOUR NEWLY APPOINTED DEALER OF STEEL-BELTED RADIAL TIRES: RAEWOOD MOT 1403 3rd Ave. S. LTD, Phone 328-4189 Whatever make car you from a full-size North American model to a sub-compact import, your new Michelin dealer is fully equipped to fit your car with the precise size and type of tire it requires. He and his staff are prepared to explain the construc- tion and discuss the advantages of radials over bias- belted and bias-ply conventional tires. They are prepared, too; to demonstrate how and why Michel in radials represent the maximum in tire value for your tire dollar. If you consider that safety, when measured in shorter stopping distances, greater puncture resistance, im- proved steering control and firmer, more stable contact between car and road under all driving conditions, is important, ask how these performance qualities arfi built into Michelin radials. If gasoline economy when measured in more miles from the same kind and amount of gas you're now using is the kind of "return" 7201 on your tire investment you would like to have, ask for an explanation of Michelin's con- struction which makes fuel saving a reality. Finally, investigate the kind of tread life you can expect. For a biased estimate ask your friends what they've been getting on their Michelins; for a more conservative estimate, ask your dealer. Either way, you will be satisfied that you can expect many thousands of trouble-free, worry-free miles. Before you buy your next set of replacement tires, or your next new car, make a point of discussing Michelin 'X' with your new dealer. Trust him to serve you with confidence. We do. Track and field events were scheduled in the morning with fun activities held in the after- noon. Students were divided into four age groups, boys and girls separate. The entire student body was divided into nine teams, and each age group rep- resented on each team. Ail par- ticipants scored points for their respective teams. At the end of the day, team 9 "The Hawaiian Bunch" was awarded ribbons for accumula- ting the most points. Events included the high jump, three legged race, and dash. The younger children took part in target throw, sack race, potato race and skipping race. Shuttle relay and broad jump were for the older chil- dren. In the afternoon fun events students participated in a tug- of-war. Both teachers and students took part in relays. The baseball game between teachers ar.d an all-star stu- dent team vas postponed due to cold, windy weather. Officials noted "In spite of the weather, all the children participated and did very well making it an enjoyable day for all." TOURNAMENT TABER (HNS) golf club's open tournament has been set for Sunday, June 24. Tee-off time for the champion- ship flight is 8 a.m. Deadline for entries, which may be phoned to 223-2951, is 6 p.m. Saturday the 23rd. SHISHKABOB SET WARNER (HNS) Alpha Epsilon members will hold a wind-up Shishkabob party June 23 at the Morton Ranch. VICTORY PICTURE BUTTE The town's girls slow pitch ball team won two games this week. The team defeated Nobleford 12-5 and Stirling 36-2. AHONDA Zip over to see your friends, down to the store, or head out into the clean country air! Here's Honda's CT70, great first bike for any member of the family. So easy to handle, even if you've never been on a motorcycle beforel Smoke-free en- gine like the big bikes. Automatic clutch. Loaded with safety features. Trouble-free, economical and safe for any rider. While you're at your Honda dealer, see Honda's new ST90 cr SL70. At your dealer now. Yes! YQU can handle a Honda! model HONDA. DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond, B.C. K34A LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 CHARGEX Southern Alberta's Largest and Molt Progressive MotorcycU Dialer VERN DECOUX photo. Coleman couple saluted COLEMAN Mr. and Mrs. Victor Siska of Coleman mark- ed their 50th wedding anniver- sary recently when more than 175 of their friends and rela- tives attended a banquet and dance held in the Catholic Hall. Prior to the festivities happy couple attended a wed- ling Mass when they renewed their marriage vows in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Celebrant was Rev. Tim Con- nelly. One of the highlights of the banquet supper came when the couple, devout Catholics, were presented with a scroll direct from Pope Paul VI. They also received congratu- latory messages from Prima Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Premier Peter Loughead, Joe Clarke MP, Robert Stanfield, Lieut. Governor Grant Mc- Ewan, Governor General Ro- land Mitchener and Charles Drain MLA. The couple were also present- ed with a color television set by John Binda on behalf of the guests. A toast to the couple was proposed by a son George on behaTi of the children and by a grandson Tom Salus on behalf of the grandchildren. Mrs. Mary Matt of Vermil- lion gave a short talk on the happy couple's lives. Mr. Sis- ka ably responded on behalf of j himself and his wife. Friends from Creston, Nak- usp, Fernie and Sparwood, B.C., Tway, Saskatchewan, Cal- gary, Vermillion and the Pass towns visited the oo their anniversary. 50 years Mr. and Mrs. Victor Siska slice their anniversary at recent In Coleman. HAIR-FLAIR Beauty Salon 503 7th St. f. PHONE 328-0197 P L FARMS Pete and Lona Bergen AUCTION SALE Located 10 miles west, 2 miles south of Hwy. 23 at Nobleford, Granum turn off OR 9 miles east, 2 miles south of Granum, OR 8 miles north of Fort Madeod across Mackenzie Bridge and 5 miles east. MONDAY, JUNE 25 SALE TIME 10 A.M. Lunch will be served by the Gronum OORP lodge No. 24 TERMS: CASH TRACTORS Ford 6000 diese] with 2400 hrs., cab, jive PTO, hydrau- lic shiftamatic trans., excellent rubber; Oliver 88 gas, hy- draulic, live PTO, good rubber; Oliver 550 gas, live PTO, 3 point hitch; New Idea 105 front end loader, good rubber. TRUCKS 1964 Ford 'i ton, new tires, 6 cyl. engine, 4 speed trans., good cond.; 1958 Dodge 3 ton, with grain box and hoist, five and two trans., fold down stock racks, good cond.; 1954 Chev car. TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 16 ft. Graham Hoerne cultivator. 14 ft. John Deere AW tandum disc on rubber; 14 ft. John Deere No. 500 rod weedcr, chain drive; 10 ft. Noble V blade; 12 ft. John Deere disc drill with fert. att. (4 years 4 bottom JD HAY" AND HARVEST EQUIPMENT Cockshutt No. 431 SP combine with 12 ft. McCoy Renn pickup, cab, power steering, new engine 2 years ago, excellent cond.; 16 ft. Snowco bale elev. with eJec. motor; Malco pop up bain loader, good cond.: IHC hay cutter with 2 sets knives, belt pulley drive; GEHL hay cutter; 16 ft. Massey Ferguson No. 34 SP swather, air cooled engine, rubberized canvas, lights, excellent cond.. Massey Ferguson No. 10 PTO type baler, overhauled 2 years ago, A-l cond.; New Holland No. 56 side delivery hay rake; 8 ft. Massey Ferguson 238 mower, excellent cond., 3 point hitch. MISC. EQUIPMENT 24 ft. grain auger with Briggs and Stratton engine; 35 ft. grain auger, PTO type; Massey Ferguson manure spreader, 95 bu. cap.; Versatile Sprayer, 64 ft. booms, 300 gal tank, complete with pumps, excellent cond. FUEL TANKS 1-500 gal. tank with stand, hoses, nozzles and filters; gal. tank with stand, hoses, nozzles and filters; gal. tank with hoses, nozzles and filters, like new; gal. truck tank with pump; gal. truck tank with pump. IRRIGATION EQUIP. Kirchner Ditcher, hydraulic run; 1-318 CHY power unit c-w Hale irrig. 6" pump x 6" discharge c-w vacuum primer good for Vt mile sprinkler; 500 gol. propone tank wih irrig. pipe trailer, mile of 6" pipe with two volume guns, 300 ft. diameter coverage. Allis Chalmers 226 power unit with Berkely pump, model B4JRM, hand primer, 4 cyl. LPG engine, 6" intake, 6" outlet, A-l cond.; Vs mile of 4" and 5" inch pipe with one volume gun. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. EQUIPMENT tincoln Arc 225-S welder on portable cart with 20 ft. of cable, welding hammers, brushes and rods; Acetylene welder with cutting torch, welding tips and cart; Air-o-matic air compressor with h.p. motor; hydraulic press; one metal lathe, 8" swing and 16" bed, electric motor, all parts and accessories, good cond.; one anvil and stand; grind stone and buffer with stand; V4" elec. drill with stand; grindstone with elec. motor and stand; McCulloch chain saw, 16" blade; Pioneer chain saw, 16" blade. Black and Decker Skill Saw, 7" V elec. drill heavy duty; V4" elec. drill; one table saw with elec. motor; tap and die sets; forge quantity bench vises; five electric fencers, battery chargers, hyd. cylinders, large quantity of shop tools, wrenches etc. Garden tractor with blade and mower aft.; branding squeeze, vet. supplies, branding supplies; two rub- ber tired wagons; cement mixer: one ton wooden grain box with stock racks, good cond.; Danvser 3 point hitch post driver, excellent cond.; Yellow Devil post-hole auger, 3 point hitch; 250 pressure treated corral posts, 7 to 9 ft. lengths; 500 chick propane brooder, waters, feeders, etc.; old round oak stove; 21 cu. ft. deep freeze, good working cond. FERTILIZER tons 34-0-0 1 ton 11-48-0 AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All the machinery has been checked by a licensed mechanic and the majority of it is in ex- cellent condition. AUCTIONEERS DAVE MeNAB GERALD THOMPSON Lie. No. 010221 Lie. No. 010222 234-2206 Phone 627-4278 ;