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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERAID SaPurdny, March 18, 1972- Council names committees l-; (CXP llure.iiO Bl council form- ed eommilkvs to handle the departments under town ad- minislralion. Finmice Jiml property: L. H. Amumlsen and Don Decocco; light and pmu.T, Sam Goodman and ICrnio t.uini: police, Kniie Luini ami Wallace Aebli; rec- reation, Don Deeecco; and Snni f Goodman; pubUc works, Wai- j lace Aebli and Goodman; health ami welfare, Ernio i Fantin and Krnio Luini and 1 firo, semir, L. R Amundsen and Ernie Fantin. The first-named in tin; above committee lull assume the riu- tics of chairman. Deputy-mayors were named for two-month jxriods and in- clude L. It. Amundsen, March and April; Ernie Lmnt, May and Jmie; Sam Goodman, July Eiiid August; Wallace Aebli, September and and Ernie Fan tic, November and December. Bob Salant heads club COLEMAX (CXP Bureau) ;LaCroix: fUh, Henry Ti- The Colemun and Game, berghieu and Norman LaCrcix; Association ha.-: elected Bob trophies, Doug Plante; pollu- Salam president. ticn, Ken Farn; hunler-train- Nw officers: vice-president Norman LaCrolx1 enter- Violet Plr.nle: secrelary-trea-1 lamnient, Ken Farn; pests, Mire" All Phillips; zone repre- Lorne Plante; publicity, V e r n sen l .stive Lorne Plante; cam-: Decoux; and kitchen duties will ninee chairmen, catered to by Minnie La- Harry; bit; game, Wilf i Croix and Carol Stella. A DIAMOND JUBILEE PRESENTATION OF THE CALGARY STAMPEDE Swim pools cost more this year COALDAII-; (HNS) When will Coaldale have its own swimming If anyone the answer, he's not telling. It cosls fit least 10 per cent more to build a svimm in g pool this year than it did Ji t year. Last year a firm quoted this year, due to in- creased costs, the price is j Of the difference 53.S33 is due I to 1S72 changes in prices of material, equipment and lab Extra tile and other chant" requested by the Sportsplex building committee amounted to Council at its recent meeting agreed the deck, drains and fence, which would cost about to install, would bs done by the town. Tliis reduces the cost for the pool to about The quest ion o n vrhen the pool will be built is still pend- ing. A brief for direction on In- terim borrowing has been sub- mitted to the Alberta Munici- pal Finance Corporation. A reply is awaited. 60th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haney of Pfcture Butte will be honored by family and friends on the occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary at an open house to be held from 4 to 9 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at Leonard Honey's residence. They request that no gifts be offered. Music to be lieard at Cardston (I1NS) All Is in readiness for the eighth an- nual Rotary Music Festival to be held liere March 20 to 25. The grand concert will bo held Saturday, March 25, when trophies and awards will be presented. Adjudicators aro: Dr. George Lewis of the University of Mon- tana at Missoulii, for vocal entries; Miss Sandra Erdman of Edmonton, piano students; Miss Susan Matheson, Edmon- ton, speech; and Milton Iverson of Taber, band instruments. Pupils from Magratlt and are supporting the festival with many entries. New manager PINCHER CREEK (Special) C. Sorcnsen is the new manager of the Alberta Treasury Branch here. Air. Smensen is from Breton and replaces G. Parsons who recently died at Vancouver. Ho has served the treasury branch at Killam, Brooks, Three Hills and Breton. Noble Central Home, School NOBLEFOHD (Special) The Noble Central Home and School Association will meel Monday, March 20, at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Representatives of the county scltool committee will discuss the proposed modified school year. Also under discussion wilt Hie proposed school band. Fur- ther information will be pre- sented by county officials. Itlarcdilk INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH Uniform parley DEL BON1TA (IKS) The Del Bonita local of Unifarm held a meeting in the school re- cently. j Marvin Gaits of Lcthbridge f explained the new tax struc- ture and the capital gains tax that went into effect Jan. 1. WORLD CHAMPION COWBOYS IN CLOSE-UP ACTION Saddle Bareback Bronc Riding Calf Roping Boy's Bull Riding Steer Wrestling Barrel Racing Brahma Bull Riding Clown Acts plus the singing stars of television radio THE A combination cf country, folk, pop, contemporary jazz and tne blues something for everyone to enjoy, STAMPEDE QUEEN CONTEST Five beautiful young vramen competing for the chance to be Queen and Princesses for the 19V2 Diamond Jubilee Year. Crowning ol the Queen Saturday evening. STAMPEDE BAND The rousing music of the Stampede Band highlights each program, from the Spirited Grand Entry to the spectacu- lar finale, Posters will be on sale at each performance. Road bans are in effect PINCHER CREEK (Special) Iload bans were placed on all roads in the Pincher Creek 5 [D recently when the mild weather ca used the frost to come out of the ground. The restriction is on all trucks clown to one-tons, which are allowed one-half loads. Considerab le flooding acros s roatis resulted when frozen culverts were unable lo carry the excess water caused by the Chinook, ENROL NOW FOR THESE CAREER PROGRAMS STARTING APRIL 4 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Thorough knowledge of basic business principles and their applicalion are necessary for success in management. Sait graduates the desire and ability may expect to find employment In manufacturing, fin. ante, transportation, communication, wholesale, retail, and institutional firms, first year tuition ii year program. COMPUTER TECNOLOGY Graduates of this program may expect to find em- used in industry. The programmer develops systems for solving problems or processing data, end translates these methods into instructions in computer language. Basic managerial slallj an important part of t''e course. First year tufUon program. DINING ROOM SERVICE Graudates of this program are prepared for em- ployment in better-class restaurant dining rooms, private clubs, specialty housei and other types of food icrvico establishments. There is on ever-increasing demand for intelligent, sincere people with special skills in ser- vice. Fee is S2B.OO for the 12-week program. Record of employment for graduates of this pj-ogram is ex- ceptionally high. DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 OR MAIl COUPON FOR INFORMATION mnmmi r TICKETS CHILDREN: 12 and under half pries. Sat. Afternoon, 2 p.m., tfarch n. SENIOR TICKETS EARLY AT Ticfet wklr.1, Ticket VYicVel, Chiroofc.RIdja litietorium Corral Helf Thursdiy [vening 8 p.m. Ward] SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1301 J6lh Avenue N.W., Calgary, Alberta PLEASE SEND DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURES ON FOLLOWING PROGRAMS T Bulinen Adminisrrarfon f Computer Technology Dining Room Servlcs Na me Address City SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES e SODDING LANDSCAPING 8 UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING For more Information LOGAN PORTER LETHBRtDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 32S-0924 BILL SANGSTER SR. and JACK SCHMIDT FMM AUCTION SALE 4 miles North of TABER on Highway 36 and 5 miles East cr 2'V miles Norlli of FINCASTU ELEVATORS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 SALE TIME A.M. SHARP LUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS CASH Having been favored instructions from Mr. Sanasfer and Mr. Schmidt who havo decided to givo up wo will sell [lie fallowing linn of farm machinery ai lilted below subject (o additions, deletions, errors or minor changes ai you may find them the day of the sale FARM MACHINERY 1-FARMAU M with Hydraulics; 1-MASSEY-FERGUSON 44 with Kirchner Ranch King; 1-1956 FARGO 3-TON with hoist and Double Dump Bed Box and Slock Mile move Rnin Sprinkler fused 2 4A MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE Propane Unit wilh Monarch 6" pump (used 3 MILE SfF.INKLER Pipe mosliy centre riser; 1-U MILE 6" O1IVER MAINLINE 'used 1 I-MELROE HARROW (20 CASE 3 furrow Plows on rubber; 1-14" OLIVER 3 furrow Plow on rubber; 1-14" MAS5EY-HARRIS 2 furrow Plow on sleel' 1- JOHN DZERE 12 ft. Double Disc Drill; 1-12 ft. I.H.C. Rod wecder (End 2 SETS 4 ft. Crow Fool Packers- 1- SUNSHINE Beet Thinner; 1-1.H.C. No. 40 Beet Drill; 1-RE- BECCO Ditcher; 1-KIRCHNER Grapple fork; 1-SINNER Weed- ers (Set of 1-6 ft. JOHN DEERE One-Way, 1-JOHN DEERE (High Grain Drill; T-XIRCHNE8 6-Row Cultivator and tools; 1-8 ft. JOHN DEERE Sliff Toothed Cultivator; 1- 500 Gal. 2 Compartment Gas Tank; 1-HEAT HOUSER (180 Massny-Harrii Tractor; l-EIedrlc STOCKHOLM Cream Separa- tor; Stock Rticlc for Short wheel base !i-ton; 1 1967 I.H.C 6564 Diesel Tractor (with Robin From End Loader) Good rubber; 1-W45 ALLIS CHALMERS Tractor with Hydraulics. (Less than 100 hours on motor overhaul.) Good rubber; 4 FARM HAND Hay Rake; 1-No. 5 JOHN DEERE Mower; 1-12 Ft. Crow Foot Packer; ft. SUCCESS land Leveler; 1-8 ft. MYERS Bale Sweep; Pipe Wagons; ALLIS CHALMERS Tractor with Beet Cultivator, Good rubber; ft. MASSEY-HARRIS Chisel plow 1-No. 60 I.H.C. Highbcam 3 Bottom Plow 1-24 Ft. land leveler Hydraulic Controlled; 1-1968 3-Ton G.M.C. Truck, Hoist, U Fl. S1ecl Box Beet Endgale and Stock Racks; 1-ALLIS CHALMERS Propane Pumping Unit wilh Berkley 6" Pump; 44 Joints; JO-ft. lengths, 4 in. Anderson-Miller Pipe and Risers; 13 Joints; 30 ft. Lengths, 6 in. Anderson-Miller Pioe; 1-33 Fl. MAYRATH Grain Auger; 1-No. 36 MASSEY-FERGUSON S.P. Swather; 2-1350 Bushel ROSCO Steel Bins; 1 100 Gal- lon Double Comportment Slide-In Fuel Tonic wifh 2-Ouarl per stroke pump; 1-12 ft. JOHN DEERE Fertilizer Spreader; 1 KIRCHNER Hydraulic Ditcher; 1-AII Sleel COCKSHUTT 12 ft. Press Drill; 6 section Diamond Harrows wilh Steel Draw Bars; 1-KRCHNER Sprinkler Pipe Wagon, J-ALLIED Weed Sprayer (40 ft. Boom, 200 Gal. Horse Stock Rock for Pick-up Truck; 6 fl. NOBLE Packers; 1-Set 4 fl. Crow Fool Packers; 500 Gallon Fuel Tonk; 1 40 I.H.C. Beet Planter; I-MELROE Bole Slacker; 1-HOWRY BERG Bale loader; 1100 fc-et of plastic Go; line; 1-No. .17 I.H.C. Baler. HOUSEHOLD AND MISCELLANEOUS 1-FRIGIDAIRE Eleclrrc S1ove, 1-GAS Cook Slove; 1-Electric Fridge; I--GREAT FALLS TV Anlcnna with control box; Greaie Guns; Hydraulic Rams; Canvas Dams; Shop Tools; Jacks, etc. 4-Eeds and Mattresses; of Drawers; Tables and Chairs. SHOP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 1-COMET 180 Amp Welder, I-COMET (Fast Charge) Bat- tery Charger (6 and 12 4-Hydraulic Cylinders wilh Hoses; 1-Wheelbarrow; 1-GARDEN MASTER Garden Traclor like new; 1- Electric DELAVAL Open Spout Hi-Capacity Cream Separator; Vises; Grinder; Power Sow and Miscellaneous Shop Tools. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Approximately i miles used Barbed Wire; Fence. 1 1 Telephone Poles and 3-35 fl. Power Poles; 1-250 Chick Electric Brooder. LIVESTOCK 1-5 Year Old Reg. QUARTER HORSE Gelding (Well 1-3 Year Old Kids PONY (Quarter Horse and Welsh 20-Reg. HEREFORD Cows (2-6 Years Dr. Anman and Breeding; 1-Reg. HEREFORD Herd Bull Rising 5 Years Old ant) weighing Ibs. All papers available ot Sale Time; 1-HOI.STEIN 5 Year Old Milk Cow and Calf (Fresh by Sole 10--Grado Cows, Bred to start colving close to sale time. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: We feel thai this combined farm mach- inery sale will giva every buyer a chance lo purchase top quality machinery which ii all in good uioable condition. Most of the livestock offered are registered with papers available at sale time. Wo are pleased lo hnva been asked to conduct n lain of this calibre. SALE CONDUCTED BY: PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. P.O. Box 2331 TABER, Alberta Phone 223-3921 AUCTIONEERS JOHN CKARLTON Clerk Lie. No. 293 PETE WEIBE Ik. No. 517 E. V. KERKHOFF Sales Manager: GARY JENSEN Lie. No. 040-416 ODUND FARMS LTD. FARM AUCTION SALE 5 miles north of Sugar Factory on Highway 36 SALE TIME A.M. SHARP LUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS CASH ll metal Including floor NOTE: Having been favored with from Odland of Odland Ltd., who acquired an in Taber Frozen and reduced his farming IJoni, we will sell following farm machinery ai tlittd below subject la deletions, errors or minor changes you may find them the of the tale. TRUCKS 1970 Chev 60 Serfes 3-ton, 365 motor, 5-specd Eaton axle, only 1 miles. (Subject of bid prior to 1 1962 I.H.C. Loadstar 1800 londem witli V8 345 molor end 5 and 4 transmission. L.W.B., 2 saddle tanVi and P.T.O. on good rubber. Chev 60 Series 3-lon, tag axle V8, 366 motor, 5-speed Eaton cxle. Chev 60 Series 3-ton 292 6-cyl. motor, 5-speed Eoton axle, with 16- (L steel grain box, Renn 16-ton hoist and stock nicks. 1 1959 Chev 3-ton, 263 6-cyl. motor, Ealon axle, with 14. ft. beet box, 3-way dump with hoist. 1-1956 Mercury 3-ton, 272 6-cyl. molor, 5-speed Eaton axle, with 14-fl. beet box, 2-way dump with hoist. 1-1958 Chev 3-ton, V8, 5-speed Eaton axTe. 1-1965 Chev Yi (on, 292 motor, FleeN iide, heovy duty transmission. 1-1964 G.M.C. Vi ton, 235 motor, Fleetjide, 3-speed std. trans. Chev. 1) ton, 235 motor, 3-speed std. Irans, CATTLEL1NER5 1_40 ft, Frueliouf Cattleliner, h Al shape and on good rubber. MACHINERY Littislon 4-rcw, 3-ft. hitch cultivator (5 spiders per Kirthner 6-row, 3-pl. hitch beet cultivator, com- plete with tools and 6-row Mil ion beet drill attachments, 1_12-fi. Jeffrey culiivalor on rubber and hydraulics. John Dccre 4-ba1tom plows, 16 in. hydraulics. Deere 3-bo1tom plow, 14 in. on 3-pt. hitch. 16-ft. beet box, one-way side dump. Dribble fertilizer spreader on rubber. 1 set of 5 seclions long tooth Metros harrow with drawbar. wheel, Darf hay rake. 1-16 ft. Woods roiary mower. 2 5 (l. crowfoot packers. -wheel trailer box and hydraulics dump. 2-wheel flat dork trailer. I 2-wheel Irailer with box. SPRINKLER EQUIPMENT 60-lengths 4 in. Ireco lateral hand move pipe with end risers. 4 W -mile wheel moves, large wheels, 4 in. pipe complete with mover and motors. 40 lengths 6 in, Ireco main line pipe. 2-1. H.C. U.C. 301 units. Natural gas and or propane, close coupled pump, vacuum primer, fully automatic cheek valvR mounted on Trailer wilh tiro arid tubes. Meyor portable P.T.O. sprinkler pump (6 in. by 5 1-Pipo trailer. TRACTORS John Deare 830 with hyd. and live P.T.O. John Deere 820 wilh hyd. and live P.T.O, John 710 wilh 3-pt. hitch, 2-spccd live P.T.O. and hydraulic. Chose 830 row crap, 3-pt. hitch with dual Farmhand and dual wheels. (To be sold This tractor is in Al condition wilh real low operating hours, Alii J-C halm ert WD, STORAGE TANKS 1 OO-gal. Woods portable single compartment goi lanks with pumps for '-i tons, 2 50-gal. oil storage tonki with 1-qt. stroke pumps, propane tank. I 90- gal. rnnlnsses tank. LIVESTOCK 40 head young cows calves ot fool. 5-year-old quarter horse gelding, 1 pinto quarter horsa gelding. POTATO MACHINERY 1 968 lockwood Mark VI double row potato har- vester with 3 -s peed trans., power stecrng, P.T.O. drive. 1 1967 Loctcwood Mark doiX-le row potato harvester with 3-speed trans., and P.T.O, drive, 1 1 96 B lockwood Plantmaster 4-row Flexi potato planter with Multi Luber jot for 36-inch rows, hopper extensions, POTATO BOXES _1 8-ft. tockwood commercial wood box (mounted on the T.H.C, ton d em and can be sold as complete unil or 16 ft. loclcwood box. 16-ft. Dualman itael boxes. 1 15-ft, Edwards wood box. 1 14-ft. lockwood steel box, 16-ft. Fruehouf van, insulated, false door, 15- ft. conveyor, electric motor (on 1967 Chev 3 -Jon Tog end can be sold as a unit or 1 4-ft. polalo van, insulated, false floor, 13lj-ft, conveyor wifh electric motor, Lockwood bulk polalo seed conveyor (from truck to 1 Model -441 Melroe Bob Cat, wilh On an 15- h.p. motor. 1_14'A-FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER 1 one? 110 lights, propane stovn and Ice box. A nice holiday unit complete and ready for vacolion. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1 12-volf Smith Roles power auaier grain drill filler with flex spool, electric portabls oir compressor. 2 2- h.p. gcM motors 25 1 Vi-inch siphon tubes. fridge, block and white TV, 1 4 -burner gas ilove. 1 gos motor lawn mower. Bod and a few other household itemi and a few miscellaneous items such as shovels, hoes, e1c. For further inform tit ion eonltuf Allen Odland. Phone Area Code 403-223-4295 or Writa Box 2282 AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This tale offers a largo amount ef quality tractors, potato and Irrigation equipment and only a smafl amount of miicelfaneocs items. We would every buyer to corrm early as we will islling farm machinery quits early In the day. All the equipment lilted will be checked by a mechanic prior lo the sale and be put in proper working order, Farms Ltd. has consented to fake grain or livesttxk ai part payment on tho larger machinery provided arrangement are macfe prior to lafe. SALE CONDUCTED BY PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. P.O. BOX 233T TABER, AITA. PHONE AUC7IOHESRS John Charllon Ik. No, 273 Pele Lie. No. 517 CLERK E. V. Kerkhoff Gory Jensen lie. No. 040-416 ;