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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SKY'S THE LIMIT Fazlur 11. Khan, a leading American building designer, .told Hie Canadian Structural .Engineering Conference in .Montreal tli.it tlie 150 storey .Milling may be just around .tlie corner. USED KEY Tlie Greeks were tlie first lo place a bolt on the inside of a door and lie able lo move if from the outside with a key. PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE 12 INGllS WASHERS PIUS 25-LB. WASHER 5 INGLIS DRYERS QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD PHONE 3270811 lolurdoy, March 11, 1972-TKE IETHBR1DGE HEKALO Annual seal hunt losing steam }IALIFAX (CP) The annual Hint for seals begins off Can- ada's east coast Sunday with only a minor flotilla of Cana- dian boats in place o( the great navy o( hunting vessels that once punched inly the ice fields. Only four companies will have ships at the Front, the massive ice shield east of the Labrador cJoast and the only area where ships larger lhan 65 feet in length can hunt. The Gulf of SI. Lawrence, once a lucrative area for operations, has teen re- stricted tor the use of landsmen only. The hunt is scheduled to end April 15 but with Canadians per- mitted to take only seals tlie same number that 11 Nor- wegian ships can kill, the hun1 is not expected to last long. In fact, William Sumarah Jr, president of North Star Shipping Ltd., says that with the smal quota, the hunt "could well be over within four days if (he ibips get lucky." "The larger, more powerful ships could do well while the others could face financial dis- aster if they fail to get tlu-ough the ice or have a mechanical Mr. Sumarab said. North Star Shipping usually sends two ships to tho ice but this year has sent only one be- cause the new regulations, "which are ruining us, makes the venture unfeasible." He said it costs alxml to outfit a scaling ship while the average price per seal hide re- lumed would be about Mcitmvliile, it appears that for tlie first time in memory there be no sealing vessels put- ting into the ice from Newfound- land. Two companies which sent ships in previous years have de- cided that the hunt is too uncer- tain in prospect to gamble. However, many Newfound- landers arc crew members of ships setting out froni Nova Sco- iia polls and many more will lake part as landsmen, so called because these hunters use the land as tiicir base and venture out on coastal ice in small boats or on foot to make their catches. Other landsmen are expected to bunt from the Magdalen Is- lands, in the Gulf of St. Law- rence and some may hunt from Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton Island. Landsmen are restricted to a quota of seals but there is no limitation on the length of their season. Tile only restriction that landsmen will face is in the use of longliners, a type of fishing vessel. The fisheries depart- ment has issued licences for the hunt only to those longliners which were used in the 1971 hunt. A spokesman for the depart- ment agreed with Mr. (Vumarah that some hunt operators may lose money ljut emphasized that tlie quota restriction was for tills year's hunt only as was the ban on hunting from large ships in the The spokesman said Canadian operators should have followed the Norwegian example and agreed to share the Canadian quota. The Canadian operators declined the recommendation. Mr. Sumarah voted against the proposal because "our ship is big and powerful, giving as a good chance lo bo one of the first crews on the front." Royal Bank creates 200 summer jobs MONTREAL (CP) Tho Royal Bank of Canada an- nounced here it will create 200 summer jobs across the coun- try this year for university stu- dents. The bank said in a statement It will sponsor social agencies to hire students for "worthwhile and useful community activities that would not otherwise be un- dertaken." which will pay salaries of a week for a maximum 16 weeks, will go to Quebec, New Brims- Sixty four of the new jous, wick and Eastern Ontario. Meadow lark MAGIIATH (HNS) An op- timistic meadow lark is in the Magrath area. The cheery songster appear- ed briefly at the Doug Harker farm, raising hopes that spring will soon follow. Govt. thrashed on grains OTTAWA (CP) Opposition MPs thrashed Hie government again Friday over a continuing problem with shipping grain to seaports for overseas sales. Otto Lang, minister responsi- ble for the Canadian Wheat Board, repeated that bad weather in the Rockies was hampering rail movements to Vancouver, and that the wheat board is seeking other ports to export grain. And he said negotiations with elevator companies and the Prairie provinces are still on. wilh the aim of setting up an improved grain distribution sys- tem. Prepackaged prescriptions may cut costs OTTAWA (CP) Drug-manu- facturing companies are study- ing the possibility of packaging commonly-used prescription drugs in containers that would be sold to the public by pharma- cists, an official of the con- sumer affairs department says. The so-called 'prepackaging' might reduce drug prices by eliminating the need for a phar- macist to measure out prescrip- tion drugs into individual con- tainers for customers. Birth control pills are already pre- packaged. Dr. n. W. James, director ot the consumer research branch of the consumer affairs depart- ment, said in an interview that his department has given a study on prepackaging to (he Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association ot Canada for evalu- ation. Newspaper reports on the study appeared Thursday. Dr. James said the publicity was premature since the pre- packaging concepts needs a lot more study before anyone can whether it is economically feasible for a wide range of drugs. J, CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME 1502 2nd AVE. 5. by IE1HBRIDGE, AITA. McDONELL MANUFACTURING THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY. 18, 22 and 24 ft. capacity Molor Homes THE smoothest riding Motor Home made loday THE Home wilh the least noise inside while travelling THE only Molor Home available today wilh the riding quality of a large automobile THE Manner of conduction of the 22 ft. copacily motor Home wilh recessed bumpers is the only Motor Home known today with twin gaucho beds and gaucho dinette that can be lawfully parked al o parking meter of any cily THIS Motor Home has more upper cupboard and stor- age space than most other makes CALL at our factory and see for yourself, check the construction and make comparisons TRY OUR RENTAL PLAN He said farmers would he consulted when the talks have progressed further. He was replying to Jack durta and John Skoberg Also in reply lo Mr. Murta, Transport Minister Don Jamie- son said his department is con- inuing studies with Ihe rail- vays and the wheat board to achieve a "great rationaliza- ion" of the grain shipping em. MAY NEED DREDGING Air. Jamieson told Robert Simpson that a soon-to-he-appointed port au- hority at Churchill, Man., would advise him whether that Hudson Bay harhor needs dredging to handle grain car- iers. Tom Bell John-Lan- caster) asked whether eastern ports could be used to handle norc grain. He said the Saint John facilities were under-used. Jamieson said he would be glad to check, but there had Lteen an increase in grain ship- ments from eastern ports in re- cent years. Ml-. Lang told Hoch LaSalle (Ind.-Joliette) that the differ- ence in feed grain prices be- tween Eastern and Western Canada had been reduced since prices increased on the Prai- ries, Eastern farmers have been complaining that they faced higher prices than Western farmers. Mr. Lang said that had been because of "distress prices" on the Prairies that have since risen. Nuclear test UPPSALA, Sweden (AP) An underground nuclear explo- sion at the Soviet Eemipalatin- ski test field was registered Fri- day by the Uppsala Seismologi- cal Institute. Markus Baath, the institute's chief, said the blast's strength was measured at 6.1 on tlie open-ended Richter scale, MOUNTAIN _ _ SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES SODDING LANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING For moro Information contact LOGAN PORTER LETHBRIDGE, AUERTA PHONE 328-0924 JOHN J. GREEN FARM AUCTION SALE 6 miles north, 3 miles east and 1 mile north of FOREMOST, ALBERTA MONO AY, MARCH 20- 11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured with fnilructioni from Mr, John Green, who has relired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes ai you may find them the day oF tho sate. TRACTORS 1 1959 Massey Ferguson Model 95 fraclor with low plat- form wilh hydraulics and P.T.O. Model 500 diesel trader. TRUCK 1 1953 Chevrotftt 3 Ion truck with box and hoist. COMBINE AND SWATHER Jonh Deere No, 55 lelf propelled combine, Harris 16 ft. self propelled Bwatherj John Deere No. 55 combine MACHINERY Hukhison grain auger with McLeod electric stcrl molor; 1 8 ft. Graham Home chisel plow; T6 ft. John Deers 1 100 Seriei Surflex; disc; Edwards rod wecder atlaclt.; fl, power mower; ft, grain auger wifh motor; grain hopper; 2 1? ft, John Deere Model IZ hos drills; 2-UI.C. 1 A ft, Model B press drills; ft. sections of Diamond harrows; wheel rubber tirecf wagon; 1 drill filler; truck mounl- ed weed sprayer. FUEL TANK AND TROUGHS gal. double compartment fuel tank on si eel sland, 1 trough. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCEUANEOUS ITEMS gas heater, I -oil heater; 1 -hot waler tank; shower cabinet; Ib'. greaser; 1 fuel 1 [ackj 2 grease guns; wing fuel pump; 1 nick; 1 anvil; leg vise; 1 wheel 1 Farmer est roto liller; Tcco Mailer lown rnowei; I 100 Ib. propane botllnj Step fodder; 1- water pumpj Vile ing riding lawn mower; Quantity of carpenter tools, welder; welding trailer; I Deere combine motor; 1 hydraulic ram case; I Minniapolin Moline hydraulic ram; portable air compTessor; quantity of shovels ond qucmlily of wrenches, plrers, socket sen. shovels, crescent wrenches. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION 1 dining room table; buffelj kitchen table; I bed; 3 lounge chairs. BUILDINGS 1 1 200 bushel grainery; double decker chicken house wilh garage ond lean-to attached. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; We welcome every one ID thfi ipn'ng aucfr'on sale. SALE CONDUCED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDAIE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOJTH" For further information Phone 345-3534, or Iho Owner US FRED BURTON Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010121 TONY SAJFRT FARM AUCTION SALE 1 miles north and V'j mile west of CRANFORD, ALBERTA MARCH 23rd -11 a.m. LUNCH SERVCD TERMS CASH the day of the tale, settlement in full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured wilh instructions from Mr. Tony Sajfrt who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as lilted below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS No. 560 IHC Farmall diesel, excellent condition. Ailis-Chafmers model B complete with cultivator COMBINE No. 27 MH S.P. with pickup BEET EQUIPMENT No. 64 JD beet drill. Marbeet single row, harvester HAY EQUIP. IHC T PTO moweri A-C 10' side rake; MH No. 10 baler like bole elevator 24'. IRRIGATION EQUIP. 76 4" pipes with 15 6" main line; 15 6" main line valve openers; 4 valve opener ft" PTO pump and cart; suction-exhaust pipes; 1 pipe trailer) 1 wagon, TRUCKS 1950 Ford, 3 ton, beet box 1953 GMC 3 ton, beet box, hoist ond 12' grain box. FUEL TANKS gal. fuel tank. gal. 2 comp. fuel tank, MACHINERY fanning mill, flax rollers, 7 ond 9 Wisconsin motoi; 1 steel wheel wagon; 1 2V grain auger) 1 32' grain ougerj 1 J.O. spreader 1 12 ft. fertilizer spread; ML- Lead's 11" grinder; 40' endless, belt 120' endless belt 1 threshing-separator; 1 12' spring toolh harrow, 1 10' IHC double disc; 1 12' beet land packerj 1 15' beet land packer; 1 10' Cocksliutt press drill; 1 5' crowfoot packer; 2 3 ba1- toin J.D, plows; 1 4 bottom J.D. 1 13' Ccckshult cul- tivator; 1 9' CccVshutt cultivator; 9 2 10' steel lonrf leveller- LIVESTOCK 0 cows. MISCELLANEOUS 1 5 ton hydraulic [ock, en cries, long chains, elc. HOUSEHOLD Elecf. Vego cream separator; Beds, Chairs, 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. 005615 tic. No. 010121 7INGAL ZAUGG FARM AUCTION SALE Vi mils north and 10 miles east of WILSON SIDING or 6 miles south and 2 milei east of READYMADE SCHOOL TUESDAY, MAR. 21st-11 a.m. IUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH the ddy of the sale, leltlement In full before removal from tho farm. Having been favored wirh instructions from Mr. Fingal Zaugg who has retired from farming, we wifj offer for sale the folfowing lino of farm machinery as listed below subjeel to additions, erron or minor chongei as you may find them the day of Ihe sale. TRACTORS 1 1969 Allfs Chalmers ]90 gas irador (only 700 hrs.l, Minneapolis Molina model U Specfal. Good condition. Deere model D troctor COMBINE AND SWATHER I model 403 combine with 15 ft. header with f.H.C. pick-up and Heston chopper ond speeral flax sieve. 15 ft, S.P. TRUCK T967 Dodge 1 ton wirh dual wheeli and 160 bushel box and hoist. MACHINERY 3 blado Vicfory rubber, hydrauficJj 1 John Deere 16 fl. Surflcx; 1-1.H.C. 10 II. one way; Deere spring loolh cultivator with wilh chisels; 12 John Deere 12 ft, cenlre drive rod weeders; 1 10 ft. tandem disc; 1-LH.C. 12 fr. press drill wim 7" spacings; 1-1.H.C. 10 fl. press drill with 7" spacers; 27 ft. grain loader with 9 h.p. Briggs and Stratlon motor; 1 grain 1 Sieel sfone boaf; of diamond horrow with draw bar; I Rubber fired rack wagon; Weed sprayer 32 ff. booms; 2-T4 ft. duplex f.H.C. model 100 press tfriifs wilh solid packers; Fertilizer o [to ch ments in like new condition; 13 ff. Graham Hoeme plow; Morris rod weeder wrth 36 fl. multiflex oUachmenl; 14 ff. Massey Ferguson rondem tJiics. SPECIAL OVERHEAD DOUfilE COMPARTMENT FEKTIUZER BIN 16 TON CAPACITY GRAIN 20 bushels (approx.l Thatcher seed orain 'cleaned and Ireafech. FUEL AND WATER TANKS gallon water tank wooden stand. gallon single compartment fuof tank with steel stand. SHOP TOOIS AND MISC. ITEMS 1-Wallcer hydraulic jack, 5 ton( T-Gorden cultivator wilh CI in I on mo for; Quantify of loq chains; Grttota oum; Box end wrenches; C re cent wrenches; Socket icts; Pliern ANO MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Pfon now lo tiMend ihii aood farm lole, All equipment hoj been well footed after. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDAIE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further fnformalion Phone 345-3534; or the Owner AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 lit No. 010121 RAY LA VALLEY FARM AUCTION SALE 3 MILES EAST and 5 MILES NORTH OF COALDALE, ALBERTA TUES., MARCH Nth 11 A.M. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH llie day of the safe, with settlement In full be- fore removal from ihe farm. Having been favoured wilh imTructioni from Mr. Ray LaValloy hus retired from farming, we will offer for sale tho following line of farm machinery ai listed below lo additions, deletions, errors or minor changes at you may find Ihom the day of (he idle. TRACTORS 930 Comfort King Uactor cob and dual wheels. 1-1.H.C. Model A trac'or Model LA. gas tractor COMBINE AND SWATHER 1 1968 Cockshult 14 ft. self-propelled Model 431 combine with 42" cylinder. been used very liltle less ihon 1900 acres, ai form haj been rented for past 2 years, Deere No. 36 pull-type combine. 1 16' John Deert pull-type swath.er with hydraulic reel and platform, TRUCKS Ford F-500 2 (on IrucV; with 260 bushel box wilh hoist. 1-1951 Chevrolet ton Iruck. 1.....1947 Mercury 2 ton fruclc 1-1969 GMC half ton truck with 350 V-3 and automatic transmission wilh custom cab and overload springs. Only miles. Exceptionally good unit. MACHINERY Case 7 ft. power 1 dump iclce; 12 sections diamond harvowi with hllch; 1 16 ft. Victory 2-12 ft. John Deere Model IZA hoe drills; 1--CCIL 18 ft. wide level, 3 sections of <18 ft.) coil packers; ft. In- land weed sprayerj ft. Kraham Hoeme- plow with rod weeder attachment; 1 ft. CCIL crazy T ft. Oliver cultivator; ft. Moyrofh grain auger; ft. packer; end loader; 2 rod weeder attachments. Morris 36 Ft. Rod Weeder (like WELDERS 180 amp electric welder. T welder FUEL TANKS 1 500 gallon fuel gallon fuel tanks. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCcLlANCOUS Miseelleanouj lumber and fence posts; jack; Ib, greaser; jeverol greaje guni; gaj pump; chain; 1 6 volf baffery charger; quontffy of WTGnches, sockets pliers and crescent quantity of 1 --catlie otlerj 1 '-steel water 1 rough with electric heater; pumps? quanlity scrap Iron; pumps: quanlity of sacks and many more items too numerous to mention. 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 Hie Owner AUCTIONEERS: IES HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY lie No. 010129 lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 RUDY DYCK FARM AUCTION SALE 15 MILES SOUTH AND IVi MILES WEST OF GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA THURS., MARCH 16-11 a.m. IUNCH SERVED TERMS CASK the day of tale, with settlement In full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured wilh fnitruclions from Mr, Rudy Dyck, who has retired from farming, we will offer for tale the following line of farm machinery ai listed below subject to deletions, errors or minor changes ai you may find them the day of Ihe tale. TRACTORS 1 Deere Model A tractor witli New Idea model 501 front-end loader; 1 Deera Model D tractor; 1 1954 John Deere Model R diesel troctorj 1-1951 John Deere Model R diesel tractor. (Only 1200 hours imce over- haul on bolh tractors.) TRUCK 1 1959 tort Chevrolet truck. Step sido model with ?83 V8 motor wilh heavy duty 3 speed1 transmission. Non- spin differentia! ond overload springs, COMBINE AND SWATHER 1 1963 IB ft. John Deere model 95 5-P. combine with straw chopper ond rob. Variable reel drive, hydraulic reel lifr, cell grate. Motor recently overhauled, good deem unit. Deere 16 ft. PTO pull type iwalher. Like nesv, rub- ber fied canvasses. Deere No. 36 combine MACHINERY 1 1966 Edwards 30 ft. rod Weeder wilh double ram shanks; ft. Graham Hoeme wing style chisel plow wirh hi shanks. Late model, just prior to box frame ft. Noble hoe drills with 9" spacing, complete wim hitchj 1 hammer mill; hflch; pan disc plow; mower; 1 press drill; combine pick-up wjlh nylon fingers; furrow Massey Harris 16" plow; fr. 3 gang crazy sprayer with 40 ft, booms; made irailer (300 41 fi. Mayrolh groin auger; ft. Mayrcth groin auger wim motor; 1 12 ff Noble blade with V blades wirh hydraulic lift; 2-John Deere 16 fl. surflux icrics; I-elecrnc proin drill 1--Mrnfco'rr I'. pfcfrcr new hydraulic ram; 1-John Deere 27 f1. cod weeder clinch. FUEL TANKS gallon fuel tank, single comparfmcnl, on sfcel sfond; gallon double compartment fuel tank on sfeel sfand; gallon upright fuel gat. irutV fuel tank with pump, SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS umbrella; 1 25 Ib. greaser; truck tire; John Deera row crop tire ond rim; Iruck tires and rims; spare wheel (rear) 18x26" John Deere; 1 Farmer eif air compressor, complete wirh hose; 1 electric cream separator; quomily of scrap iron; 2 open and box end wrenches; of iccVer wrenches; cent wrenches plus o good selection of olher small ihop and ofher too to SAIE 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 Ihe Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie, No. 005615 Ire. No. 010121 ;