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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THI LCTHBRIDOl HERAID - Safurday, March 13, 1971 Boyle's Column NEW YORK (AP) - One should not live in the past, we are told. But is there a better place In the world to go for a nice restful trip away from the perils of today? And what wo treasure in memory of all our yesterdays aire those moments tliat stUl make us smile or inspire a tear no longer bitter. Your own armory of memories is well-stocked if you can look back and remember when- During the Depression an Head lice outbreak in toivn GRANDE CACHE (CP) - A large percentage of this town's 3,000 poeple are infected by head lice, Dr. Helmut Kohlepp, medical officer for Edson health unit, said today. A staff of 12 public health workers has been sent to the town, 220 miles west of Edmonton, to assist in the treatment. Dr. Kohlepp said he had no definite clues as to the source of tlie lice. ASHPHALT 1 PAVING J TOILESTRUP ^ SAND and Construction apple a day did more than just keep the doctor away. It kept many a man from starving. It was the test of a gentleman to wear itchy longjohn underwear in winter without scratcliing in public. A member of the elite felt culturaily deprived if any year went by in which he didn't see a vaudeville performer imitate bird calls by whistling through cupped hands. ATE BIG MEALS A good trencherman ate not one but two orders of ham and eggs , and biscuits for breakfast, and like as not topped it all with a huge slice of apple pie and cheese. A girl entered matrimony \vith the forlorn foreboding that at least once in the first year of her marriage she was sure to catch a mouse in a kitchen trap and have to dispose of the creature all by herself. Dog food didn't come in cans. It was what was scraped off the family plates and, ironically, the larger the family the leaner the dog was. You were accepted in a small town as- an expert on the theatre if you had seen Uncle Tom's Cabin three times or once saw James O'Neill play his famous title role in The Count of Monte Crdsto. When the local doctor began chatging $3 for a house call, people started complaini that only the rich oould affc to get sick anymoire. In a fight it was thought unfair to kick anybody while he was down. Most people fdt it was a family disgrace if their father or mother died in an old folks' borne- Those were the days-remember? J. I. CASE HAS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Available At MILK RIVER BOW ISLAND PINCHER CREEK J. I. Case Franchise Offers  Sale Potential Of $500,000  AAost Aggressive and Growing Compony In the Big Tractor Market  Interest Free Wholesale Financing up to 17 months on machines and parts  Rental, Leasing and Rental Financing Available For Ottollt Contact R, O. MOOREr Sales Manager J. I. CASE CO. aSMOth Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberta Telephone 263-7140 r ROSEWOOD HOMES LTD. SPECIAL March 13th.26th Only For example: 4 BEDROOM 1160 SQ. FT, Complete list of maleriali above basement Framed On Site For Only $8988.00 Write or Phone Authorized Dealer R. L. Jalbert 513 tOlh St. N. Box 763 Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 328-7546 Rosewood Homes tLd. P.O. Box 519 Edmonton, Alta. Phone 429-0801 Not limited to design To a.lelnaN pieeeripHene. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions ^SrV*^ Preicrlptlen SunglaM** O Chlldr�n'� ftomn *^ Magnifieri  Rapalri O RMienabU PrIcM OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308-7th. ST S LETHBRiDGt Phone 327 3609 W. B. Bill MORDEN FARM AUCTION SALE MORDEN BUILDINGS - 4 miles N. W. of Fort Macleod on Highway 2 and 2 miles due N. on gravel road. WED., MARCH 17th-10:00 LUNCH SERVED by Jelly-Howe Ladles' Club TERMS - CASH or GRAIN WILL BE ACCEPTED as part pay ment providing arrangements have been made with sales management prior to sale. TRACTORS Massey Ferguson 165 Gas 176 cubic Inch Gas engine. Power Steering, Differential lock, Floatomatic Seat, lights. Swinging Drawbar and Ferguson Hydraulic System. Also Robin Front End Loader with Bucket. Notei This Tractor has a total of only 670 hours. John Deere 3020 Diesel complete with Deluxe Cab, which includes: Air Conditioner, Radio, Windshield Wipers, Seat Bets, Live PTO and Duel Hydraulic Couplers. Notei This tractor has a total of only 623 hours . Massey Ferguson No, 7 Lawn Tractor with 7 h.p, air cooled engine (Cuts 34" swath). TRUCK 1959 Ford 2 Ton - Grain Box, Stock Racks, Split Shift Transmission ond 2-speed Axle. (This truck hoj only 21,000 original miles). GRAIN AUGERS Allied 35-ft. Grain Auger with Briggs and Stratton Motor, Model No. 23D. Snowco 27-ft. Grain Auger. Snowco 20-ft. Bale loader HAY - HARVESTING and SPRAYING EQUIPMENT New Holland 1030 Stackliner - 69-Bale Capacity, Hydraulic Controlled, P.T.O. Driven; Massey Ferguson Model No. 34 Self-Propelled Swather, Rubberized canvas (cuts swath of 14-ft.), Pickup Reel fncluded; Anderson Chaff Sav-_ er, complete with augers. Kohler Motor (gas) has electric' start; Massey Harris 92 Combine with Sund Pickup, Cab, Variable Speed Control and Heston Straw Cutter; John Deere Model No. 24T Baler, P.T.O. Drive; Golden Arrow Sprayer - with 200 imp. gal. tank. Included is Regulator, Pump, Pressure Gauges. Has 44 ft. of Booms. CULTIVATORS - RODWEEDERS - DRILLS Grahame Hoeme 12-ft. Cultivator with Extension and Hydroulic Ram; Noble 13-ft. Blade and Hydraulic Rams; John Deere 12-ft. One way - with Seeder Attachment; John Deero No. 500 Rodweeder, 12-ft. with Rubber ires; One 12-ft. Cultivator; 3-Bottom John Deere Plow; Massey Ferguson 12-ft. Hoe Drill, 7-in. spacing, has 30-bu5hel capacity Grain Box with M. F. Fertilizer Attachment; 21-ft. John Deere Packers; Noble 11-ft. Straight Blade; 12-ft. John Deere Packers; John Deere 12-ft. Double Disc Drill. OTHER EQUIPMENT INCLUDED: Kirchner 3-Point Hitch Ditcher; Cobey Model 200R Shred-o-Coster Manure Spreader; John Deere Hammer Mill, Bell Drive; Pumper Buoy (floating water and sludge pump) with 6 h.p., 4 cycle Ezee start Tecumseh Engine; lawn Mowers; 40-gal. Cast Iron Kettle; Yardster Garden Roto-Tiller; Three-Point Hitch Post Hole Auger; 16-ft. Flat Deck on Rubber Tired Trailer; Wheelbarrow. Operotor's Manuals ovoilable for majority of equipment. HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT Chesterfield and Choir; Rocker; 7 beds; Dresser; Wooden Chain; A.'.antcl Radio; Kitchen Table and Chair Set; Electric Cream Separator; 3 Sets of Encyclopedia; Water Trough; Assortment of Shop Tools and Miscellaneous Items NOTE: The obove listed equipment is in A-1 condition. Any. one considering purchasing used equipment would b� well advised to attend Ihii sale. FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET, INKRNATIONAL SALES MANAGEMINT lOKI MAClfDII ' �llilR[� ' ClIllDA � a eox C9e Phiiiie4t3 vim ?JHURLBURTc9 AUCTIONEERS KEN HURLBURT DAVE McNABB Lie. No. 274 Uc. No. 670 non-transferable, even from father to son; -Commercial salmon fiilier-men must fish their gear every year to retain their licences; -Persons regularly employed in an industry other than fishing will lose their licences; -Appeal committees will review cases of extenuating circumstances. Mr. Davis estimated these moves will reduce the number of commercial licences to 4,000 from 6,000. Most licences are held by Newfoundlanders. RUSSIA and UKRAINE FIRST TIME EVER! INCLUSIVE TOUR CHARTERS To The U.S.S.R. TOURS FROM CAIGARY From Includei: 5875~ First clau hotel All first clau m*alt Daily sighlseeinfl All transportation UKRAINIAN EASTER TOUR AND MAY DAY IN MOSCOW APRIL 13-MAY 13-$825.00 Available only en a first com* basisi CALL or writ* NOW to: INTER-NATION TRAVEL 1605 Centre St. N.-Calgary 41 C. A. "CHUCK" WOCKNITZ FARM AUCTION SALE WOCKNITZ BUILDINGS 1 Mil* West Of Granum Junction And 2