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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta crop of auto plates emerges across country 'Home of The Kiss for his country Air Force Capl. Martin J. Neuenj, of Iron Mountain, Mich., and Aurora, Via., lo his knees ond kisses the ground after arriving back on U.S. soil at Hiekam Air Force Base, Honolulu. He was one of 80 former war prisoners who passed through Hiekam en route to mainland hospitals._______________________ Milk producers seek increase CALGARY (CP) Members of the Calgary Milk Producers Association have instructed Lheir provincial executive to pe- tition the Public Utilities Board for a 55-cent increase in the price milk at hearings in May. Reuben Hubcr o[ Rosemary said while it was true the pro- ducers look 60 cents the 76 cents per hundredweight awarded by the board Jan. 1, Ilia swurd was made on figures by government siatis- ticians and economists which wero two years old. Tiie producers say they need the 55-cent increase to bring them up to 'the price Ontario producers receive. SUBSIDY SOUGHT Producers of manufacturing milk have asked the federal government for a subsidy In- case" April 1 wliich will bring heir price up to tlie the producers receive, .he members said. "If we don't get this Increase you will find dairy farms all over Alberta for said Mr. Huber. "What we need is a little muscle in this situation. By the consensus research data ap- proach we use in the fresh vegetable industry, we can show the board that increased feed and labor costs havo eat- en up the last increase we re- ceived." The dairies say the 16 cents they received out of the Jan. 1 increase did not cover the in- creased cost of labor. That was why they applied for an imme- diate increase. He should knoiv KKODE'S CORNER, N.S (CP) James Hirtle keeps a little whiskey in his room at nursing home here. Keeps a little mm and wine too. And it has to bo good brandy even though as he says "it's so dear." But he says things like tha have nothing lo do with long evity. He should know. Today wa his 102nd birthday. MIKE KOCSIS Farm Auction Sale 1 Mile North and 1V4 Miles West of BROXBURN ELEVATORS BROXBURN, ALBERTA SAT., MARCH 17-11 LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured wilh Instructions from Mr. Mike Kocsis, who has retired from forming, WB will offer for sole itie following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide ond in no way a warranty or guarantee to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement In full before remcval from the premises, TRACTORS Case crop model 930 Comfort King Tractor wilh 3 point hikh and heat houser (only 500 hours 1 1958 IKC Farmall model 450 row crop Iroctor with ad- justoble front axle-torque amplifier; super MD row crop tractor; model 140 tractor wilh beet tools. COMBINE AND SWATHER 12 ft. self propelled swather; No. 428 self propelled 12 ft. combine; model 502 self propelled 10 ft. swather wilh pick-up reel; sey Harris 12 ft. swather, TRUCKS Chevrolet ton truck wilh hoisl nnd 2 way beet boxj 1 1 9i3 Mercury 3 ton truck wilh 2 way beet box; Mercury 3 ton iruck. SUGAR BEET 2 row Kirchner beet lopper; 1HC No. 185 beet drill (Ilko new) beet box; IMC singlo row beel harvester with topper; 1962 Kirchner 2 row beet harvester. MACHINERY Farmhand Fl 1 loader bale loader unit, scoop and manure fork (to he sold Harts model 10 baler molor; Farmhand bale accumu- lator; duty 4 wheel trailer; 4 wheel trailer; ions of crow foot packers; fl. John Deere rubber drill; grain boxj Deere rubber llred manure spreader; V ditcher; 1 Kirchner V ditcher 1--3 boltom rubber tired 14" John Deere plow; 21 fr, grain loader; of diamond harrows wilh hitches; Deere 10 ft. fertilizer spreader; Deere 14 it. model LZA hoe drill (like new fl. wooden land leveller (lalo 1 11 ft, Graham Hoeme chisel plow wilh high shank; Deere side delivery rake; wheel 3 botfom 14" plow; Deere land leveller wilh wings; 1- -Horso dump rake; Deere 4 fl, model 400 rod wceder; spreader; furrow Mosiey Harris 14" plow; post hole auger 13 fr, 3 pt. hitch chisel plow; wheel trailer; field bale loader; ft. Malco weed sprayer; T Case 4 botrom 3 pt. hitch 16" plow; 1-IHC 12 ft. hydraulic lift; Handcm 12 ft. discer; 7 ft. power mower; Harris 5 ft. power mower. IRRIGATION [oleral sprinkler pipe wilh end risers; fl. main line pipe, half valve opening coup- lers; V? mile Pierce wheel move (less 3 I toksotf pump wilh Berkley heavy duly pump; pipe Irailer; 1 unit trailer. TANKS gal. fuel tank; gal. double, compartment fuel tank with steel stand; gal. singlo compartment fuel lank with ileel siand; 1 100 gal. water tank, SHOP TOOLS mixer; wheel boat frailer ond plywood boat; circular belt sow; quantity of fence posts; water troughs; 4 rolls of hog wire; quantity of wrenches, pilors, soclcel sets and many more shop tools too numerous NUMEROUS HOUSEHOID ARTICIES SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COALDALE, ALTA. "Serving lha South by Word of "For furlher information Phone 345-3534 or Ihe Owner AUCTIONEERS: US HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010171 By THE CANADIAN PRESS A new crop of licence plates las emerged across Canada and, as usualt some ot the color schemes would only look }ood on the back end of a cat- Je truck. Vrices vary aM a number of provinces cater to snob ap- peal by allowing drivers to pick their numbers and let- ters. The choice, ot course, is limited to those combinations which are not obscene, illegal or profane but people have found means to beat the bu- reaucrat or licence censor. Boosterism runs rampant throughout the land. The prov- inces and territories plug ev- erything from centennials to flowers, a Cross-Canada Sur- vey by The Canadian Press shows. There is class distinction in some provisces with Very Im- portant Persons getting spe- cial letters or colors. Mani- toba's however, continues its five-year-plan and motorists there get a col- ored sticker to paste on their 197 J. plates. Here's the plate picture across the country: KEEP OLD PLATES In Manitoba, the motorists get a green sticker for their 1971 plates this year. For a fee drivers were able to choose their own letters and numbers. Saskatchewan goes to red letters with a white, reflecto- rized background this year and the plates honor the ROMP centennial with the in- A. E. KESSI.ER A. L. KESSIER Farm Auction Sale 8 miles South of CHIN and 1 mile West or VA Miles North of WILSON SIDING and 8 Milei Eart THURS., MARCH 15-10 a.m. FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. IUNCH Will BE SERVES TERMS CASH: With selllement In full the day of the sate before removal from the farm. Any special arrangements on some of the larger equipment will bo announced at the sale, with possession only after payment has been made in full. Having been favoured with instructions from A. E. Kessler and A. I. Kessler, who have retired from forming, we will offer for sate the following fine of farm machinery os listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guar- antee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS- 1 1964 Model 1900 D Cockshutt tractor hydra power and rew tires; 1-Model 990 D Oliver traclor cab, 18x26 tires; 1-Model 90 G Oliver traclor and hydraulics; 1-Model No. 30 Cockshutt traclor p.t.o. and hydraulics; clelrack BSGH wida track tractor; 1_1940 Allis Chalmers traclor (running COMBINE AND SWATHERS- Cockshutl model S45 combine V8 (115 h.p.) Heston chopper, melroe pick-up; ft. Cock- shull No. 502 self propelled swather ft. Cock- shutt no. 501 pull type swather (like 1-15 ft. Cockshult No. 1 swather. MACH1NERY- 2-I.H.C. 14 ft. 100 series drills spacings, low packers, fertilizer allach., tandem hitch; Deere No. 500 centre drive rod weeders, iiilch; No. 246 14 ft. chisel plows; Deere 1200 series surflexes hitch; 1-Viclory 18 ft. wing typo blade, 5 standards; 1 Cockshutt No. 33 liller combine; I.H.C. 12 ft. high wheel cultivator; 6 ft. 3 row cultivator; 8 ft. one way; speed plow 4 bottom 1 Cockshutt IB ft. wide level; 1-Scwlh. turner; ft. North- west rolo liller (new S ft. tumble bug; 4- John Deere 6ft, flex harrows; ft. pick-up reel; duly Cockshutt ulilily tandem hilch 4 ft. non plug packers; 2-6 fl. Noble non plug packers; 1-7 ft. Cockshull p.l.o. mower hitch; ft. Massey Harris side delivery rake; Minn-Koto rock picker. GRAIN LOADING EQU1PMENT- Ireoter for drill filler; 1-Robin 24 ft. 6" loader, 1 Robin 32 fl. 6" loader ond Slrallon 9 h.p. eleclric slart molor; fl. augers (I left ond 1 Plastic grain hopper; stationary motor; 20D bushel 12 fl. grain box; 1 10 fl. 12 volt drill filler torps. TRUCKS- Ford C 600 Louisville cab over truck sleer- ing, double frame, 360 motor, heavy duly axles, 15 fl. steel groin box, 15 ton Renn hoist and vacuum assist brakes gal reserve; Chevrolet 2 Ion truck hoist and 250 bushel box; 1-1948 Jeep 1 ton truck; 1-1934 I.H.C. truck SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ARTICLES- 6-Hydraulic rams complete; pump; 1-Hydraulic control valve 2 way; truck wheel wrench; pullers; 1-Tuheless lire [for all spreader; Tube test tank; eleclric tire chang- er volt ballery charger; 2-49 compartment boll bins 1-2 stage gos welder and cart duly marquelte electric welder 295 amp. air cooled, and 20 fl, cables, helmels; Numerous log chains; 1-Poir of 825x20 Iruck chains; rccop tires; duslrial compressor 1 Vi h.p. motor 110 V or 220 cylinder Bruenor 60 gal. tank; Quantity of hydraulic hoso lengths; 300 Ibs of greases; Quanlily of diesel fuel condilion- transmission filler, greaso guns, new nails; 1-Chain hoist and chain hoisl frame; 2-O1I burning heolers; Quantity of 2x6 tongue and groove; Coco Cola cooler; burn- er; Approx. 3000 ft. of black plastic cast iron, wrenches, shovels, hand lools and many more shop tools too numerous to mention. FUEL AND WATER TANKS- gal, fuel tank? gal. fuel tank stand; gal. fuel lank; 1 100 gal. Iruck lank 1 1000 gal, slide in truck wafer tank. HOUSEHOLD T ft. electric refrigerator; stove; I fl. 12 drawer office desk; end tables; dishes, chairs, lamps and many more household arllcles. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COALDALE, ALTA "Serving the Soulh by Word of Moulh" For further Information Phone 345-3534 or tha Owntr. AUCTIONEERS: L6S HANDtEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 Remember the weather no problem in our plastic S c r i p t i o n RCMP." Alberta cars sport dark blue plates with orange letters this year. Only the lieutenant-gov- ernor gets a special plate. The province boosts "Wild Rose the first time a slo- gan has been used in Alberta. Top price here is The plates issued in British Columbia this year are good for five years. They cost up to depending on car weight. There are no special plates In B.C. and the province in- tends to issue decals to stick on the plates in the years that plates aren't issued. Up north in the Yukon, there are no letters on the plates but drivers can reserve special numbers if they call in advance. Top price here is In the Northwest Territo- ries, the numbers, are on 'polar bear design and the slo- gan gives another boost to the Mount ies. Talks scheduled SEOUL, South Korea (AP) North and South Korea an nounced liere they will mee March 14-16 in the North's cap tal of Pyongyang for anott er round of political talks aim ed at their peaceful reunifice tion. Saturday, March 10, 1973 THE LFTHBRIDGB HEXAID 21 New horse racing bill introduced EDMONTON ill, introduced by Gordon Stromberg (PC would require hunters to wear numbers on their backs. Th'e dea would bo to make it easier to identify hunters who trespass on farm and ranch land. The bill says a hunter convicted of trespassing would face a fun of up to and IOGS of hunting for up to three years. New oil find LONDON Oc- cidental North Sea exploration group announced that an oil strike it made off the Scottish coast two months ago should prove to be a major find. The Occidental group, which in- cludes Canadian newspaper publisher Lord Thomson as a major shareholder, plans to start production late next year or early in 1975. GEORGE WHITTLE LAMMERT OlDENHOF Farm Auction Sale 9 miles north and 2 east of FOREMOST or 16 miles south of BOW ISLAND and 2 miles east FOREMOST, ALBERTA TUESDAY, MARCH 13-11 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED TERMS CASH wilh lelllemenl In full Ihe day of the sale before removal from the farm. With special arrangemenls as announced ot the tale on some of the larger equipment with possession only after payment has been made in full. Having been favored with instructions from George Whittle and Lammert Old.nhof, who have retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and In no woy a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and Is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the' day of the sal.. TRACTORS 1-Massey Harris no. 95 tractor wilh cab, 1-Mossey Harris no. 55 gas tractor; no. 550 gas tractor wilh front end loader and 3 point hilch (only 1200 1-Allis Chalmers model B tractor, 1-1964 Cockshutt model 1850 tractor with hydraulics, PTO and big tires. COMBINES AND SWATHERS Versatile 420 self propelled combine with 13' header and John Deere pick-up, 1-Cockshutt no. 137 self propelled combine; Versalile 18 ft. pull type swalher; 1 M.M 18 fl. pull type swalher. TRUCKS I.H.C. 7 ton truck model L 160 with 250 bushel box and hoist, Dodge 1 ton truck with 100 bushel box and hoist, 1-1949 Ford 2 ton Iruck Chevrolet Va ton truck with long wheel base. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS eleclric dryer; freezers (13 15-20 cu. refrigerator, !----Chrome table and 5 choirs, suite, burner, Table, chairs, dressers, crocks, elc. Several antiques, and many oilier household items. MACHINERY fl. Cockshutt chisel plow, wing style; bushel field hopper 2-14 fl. I.H.C. model K 7 press drills wilh low packers; ft. Oliver press drills; 1 H ft. I.K.C. tandem disc wilh new pans, 1-H ft. Noble blade; 1-6 ft. Johnson 3 pt. hilch scroper, fl. 1100 series John Deere one way, dump rake, ft. Cockshult chisel plow; Cholmers PTO mower, ft. Cockshutt tandem disc; turn attachment; fl. Cockshutl double discs; 1-60 bus. wogon box on run- ning gear; 1 ton Calhoon fertilizer spreader, rubber tired wagon ]8'x8' top, 1-8 ft. 1-Rubber tired trailer 14' x 8', ft. spring tooth harrows wilh draw bar, ton Beaver self feeders, of spring looth harrows; 1-Slip scraper; 1-10 fl. I.H.C. heavy duly one woy; 1-42' sprayer with 160 gal. tank; rod weeder; ft. 4" auger; ft. rod weeder attach. 2-16 ft. 4" augers; 3-Sections of flex borrows; 1-12 ft. 6" auger; Deere Gyro 3 point hitch mower; fl. 6" auger wilh motor, ef lever harrows, 1-35 ft. 6" auger with 9 h.p. motor; T-24" rids lown mower, ft. 6" auger; Garden irrigation equipment with 3 h.p. motor and centrifugal pump; high capacity feed grinder; of snow fence with belt. POULTRY EQUIPMENT gol. stock tanks 88 ft. of 114" plastic hose; 16 ft. of 1" plastic hose; 60 ft. of V plastic hose, quantity of connectors; 14 glass poultry walerers; 3 metal wolert.'r; feeders; feeders; 1 long Live turkey loader. STORAGE TANKS gal. fuel tank double compt. gal. fuel tank gol. single comparlment fuel tonfcs; gal. Iruck fuel tank; 1-500 gol. waler tank; 1-300 gal. lank; gol. walcr lank. SHOP EQUIPMENT welder (like belt driven welder; air compressor; table bench saw, grinder; sprayer with 25 ft. hose; hoist, 1----6 12 volt battery charger, Shopmato drill wilh reverse; ft. exlenslon ladder; vise; Reamers Taps and dies; 50 Ibs. greaser; Disc sharpener. Hand pump hydraulic system, Block and tackle; Anvil; Bench visy, Jack-All pack; Flex drive for PTO or electric motor; Sockets, Log chains; Many more shop tools too numerous lo menlk-n. 7 pieces of 4' x 8' ?a" plywood; Quantify of fence posts; Quanlity of page wire {Approx. XOO vd.J; Approx. 300 sq. ft. of aluminum siding. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COALDALS, AITA. "Serving 'he South by Word of Mouth" For further Informalion Phone 345-3534 or the Owner Remember the weather is no problem in our plasltc tent. AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANO1EY Lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 lie. No. 010121 KEN AND RUDY KOTKAS Form Auction Sale milei touth and m ml In cost BARONS, ALBERTA MONDAY, MARCH 19th- lla.m. .LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured wtth Imfrurtfoni from Ken and Kotkas who are retiring from farming, we will offer {or the following line of farm machinery as luted below, which Ii merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantM as to condition or ago and is lubject to or minor changei as you may find them day of rha TERMS: CASH the day of the sale, wilh settlement In fuH before removal from the premiiei TRACTORS 1967 Ferguson, model 1100 with cab, approx. 1700 hours; John Deere model 40 with front end loader. COMBINE AND SWATHERS Cackshutt self propelled pickup and it raw chopper) 1969 Versatile, 15 fl. pull 1ype swalher. TRUCKS 1955 Mercury cab-over model, 3 ton with box and hoisl) 1952 Dodge 1 1on with 100 bus. Heel box and hoist to prior sola wilh GUNS Several good uied rifles and shoFguni. MACHINERY 1961 John Deero Hoe drill, U ft.j T958 Massey Fer- guson 15 ft. wido level, discer with seed boxj 1967 Speed King 3-i ft. grain loader with molorj 1969 Versalile weed sprayer 56' booms, tandem axle carriage and 300 gal. -flat iype lank; 1967 Morris model 81-24, 24 ft. rod weeder with quick Iran sport hitch; 1 groin loader with molar; drill filler wilh cobles and 12 vail motor; with motor; 6" grain loader, 12 ft. with gos molor; spreader; model Noble blades with hitch and marker) -ft. crazy harrows; 1 2 wheel -trailer) marker for weer tprayerj wheel Irailer. SPECIAl T971 Scorpion Snowmobile, like newj 12 ft. fibergldst covered plywood fishing boat. WATER TANK gallon walcr lank. FUEL TANKS Field delivery 100 gallon fuel tanks pumps. MISCELLANEOUS AND SH6P TOOLS Chain hoist sland lawn moweij Quan- tity of grass seed, shovels, ecythes, log chain, wrenchej. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving the South by Word of Mouth" For further Information phone 345-3534 or the owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. O05615 Lie. No. 010121 GEORGE ELLIOTT Farm Auction Sale 4 MILES SOUTH AND 1 MILE WEST: OF CLARESHOLM CLARESHOLM, AlBERTA TUESDAY, MARCH 20fh -11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with from Mr. George Elliot, who has retired from farming, we will offer for tale Ihe following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranly or guarantee at to condition or age and is subject to addilTons, delelloni, errors or minor as you may find them the day TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with settlement In full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS Deere model diesel tractor'wilh cab ond dual model 860 trader wilh front end loader. TRUCKS 1-1965-Chevrolet 1 ton truck wilh V8 molor with grain box ond hoist, low mileage, very immaculate condition. COMBINE AND SWATHERS 1-John Deere model 65 PTO pull !ype combine, 12 ft. (like 1-15 (I. CCIl pull Iype swolheri 1-12 ft. Cock- shutt swather. MACHINERY 1-IHC 12 ft. model K7 press drill with fertilizer 1-Drill Iransporl; 3-Seclions of Crow foot pack- ers; 1-4 ft. Crowfoot packer, 42 fl. weed sprayer, pull type power mower; 4 wheel flat l_4 wheel rubber tired wagon; tank ana wagon, 1-28 JI. Molto groin auger wilh electric start gas molor; 1-24 fl. Robins grain auger wilh gas motor; 3-Sections- of flexible harrows; 1-Set of 12 ft. crazy harrows; 1-12 ft. Omaha wide level; l-john Deere model 14T PTO baler (like rubber tired manure spreader: 1-12 ft. Victory blade 3 shank; 1-14 ft. CCIL chisel plow; 1-12 ft. Morris B2-12 rod weeder; 1-U ft. rod weeder allach.; 1-Gram hopper for grain auger; wheel Irailer; 1-Sprayer marker; 1-Drill marker, 1-Hay elevator JO ft. with electric molor; 1-4" Comet drill filler wilh 12 volt eleclric motor and seed trealer, SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS caltlo head gale, cylinders; plalform scalp; oiler; 3- Gos pumps; vise; bench; grinder; 1 1 ton chain hoisl; stretcher; 1-Block ana lackle; of hoof trimmers; Propane- lank healer; garden pump; 1-W h.p. electric molor, 1-Galvanized woler trough; weed burner; BTU propane henler; larp; 1-Eleclric fencer; mandrel; 1-9'xlO' tenl; Quanlily of arass seed; Quantity of saws, hammers, log chains, shovels, forks, pick, crowbars, chicken supplies, round posts, wire, oil drums, hog crale, brooders, wrenches, and many more shop tools too numerous lo menliort. plywood grainaries on skids, FUEL AND STORAGE TANKS gallon single comparlmenl fuel tank; gal- lon doublo comparlmenl fuel tonk; 1-500 gallon water tank; gallon fuel tank for half Ion truck. PROPANE TANKS gallon propane tank; 2-100 Ib. propane HOUSEHOLD stove; Fruil 1.ars and misc. articles. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving the Soulh by Word of Moulh" For further informalion phone 345-3534 or the Owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANOIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. Lie. No. 010121 ;