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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mnrth IB, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE KEARID 3 Town Mill build own reservoir TO MONTREAL AND OTTAWA A group of Coaldale sfudents is heading for the nation's thanks to the Kate Andrews High Schol Travel and Exchange Program and a grant from the Canadian federal govern- ment. Twenty students and two teachers will spend eight days in Montreal and Ottawa during the Easter holidays. Taking part: Tern Bechlel, Annelise Duda, Judy Mehrer, Rosemary Nestorowicz, Christine May nan, Debbie Fuji I a, Helen Harms, Peggy White Quills, Rosemary Jurcakr Dorit Schmlegelt, Zolten Petrik, Frank Schimmel, Donald Costel- lo, Natalie Sonnenberg, Verna Roever, Dora Devernichuk, Stephanie Sawchuk, Sheltey Hearing, Glen Dnvies and Rose-Ella Dyck. Wight Photo. Laurier Vadiiais elected by Carclston Credit Union CARDSTOX (HNS) Direc- tors of Uie Cardston Credit Union recently elected Laurier Vadnais to the hoard, replac- ing Fenton Webster. President Bert Gibb reported the mcnibersliip in the Credit Union has grown from 503 in ]970 to 755 hy Dec. 31, 1071. The assets have increased from in J970 to 230 al the close of 1971. Last year loans were made in the amount of Services to members include chequing accounts with inter- est at four per cent calculated on a quarterly mini mum baL- ance; s hare accounts thai c airy life insu rahcc benefits; deposlt accGimts wth interest at five per cent on monthly minimum balance; term depos- it on a one year term, inter- est at seven per cent; as well as safety deposit boxes, family group life insurance, fire insur- ance and accounts payable at the office. Manager B. Y. Williams lias ex press ed his desire to step down. The board hay advcrt'sed for n new manager. Mr. Wil- liams has served as secretary and manager of the organiza- tion since inception 28 years ago. There were 327 loans last year. This was a 69 per cent increase over the previous year. Total assets of the Cardston Credit Union are The board approved seven per cent on life insured shares up to a maximum of and per cent on non-insured shares. YOSH OISHI SALE LOCATED 2 MILES SOUTH OF STIRLING, ALTA. or YJ mila cost end mile north of Highway 52 Feeders Ltd. TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED 24-11 a.m. Having received instructions from Mr, Oishi, who has ceased Farming, and has gone to specializing In his S.P.F. hog breeding program, therefore we will offer for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS Allis Chalmers XT 190 row crop tractor, wlrh 3 poml hifch, dual lires and in good condition throughout. 1-3967 Allis Chalmers XT 190 standard tractor with indus- trial front end loader. In good condilion Throughout. Massey Ferguson model 95 dies el Irorrar 1-Massey Harris mode! 30 row crop tractor model 90 row crop gas model Iroctor TRUCKS 1-1958 No. 700 4 ton Ford 1rutk wilh o double acting hois! and double dump beet box and motor overhauled 1 1956 Chev. 3 ton iruck with bee! box and hoist 1 1951 Ford rruck with beet box good motor Chev. Ion Truck with bed box 1 1955 CMC half Ion truck BEET EQUIPMENT 1-IHC No. 23 row beet harvester with a row finderj 1 2 row beet topper and wHipper; Deere 8 row incorporalor Mellon precision planler, like new, row flexible beet cultivator with 3 point hitch, in gooa1 condition; beet loader and hopper; 1 14 ft. West- ern beet land packer. SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1 mile sprinkfer system 22 6" main pipe, pump and some exlra laterals. pipe trailers (irrigolion dams and syphons) MACHINERY 1-IHC 12 ft. double disc on 1raniports; 1-IHC 14 (t. hoe drill, 5 years old; 12 ft. fertilizer spreader? ft. folding hop-row hitch (could ba used at a Avadex 1 12 ft, rod weeder; Eversman 10 ft. land leveller; ner 12 ft. land leveller; Deere 5 bo Horn plow; 1-MH 3 botfom plow; 12 fl. blade; 1- post hole auger with 3 point httch; ditcher, dump rake; t-MH 12 ft. wide level wilh hyds.; Deere 16 ft. hyd. spring tooth harrow; drill filter with 12 ft. extension. GRAIN AND FERTILIZER BINS bushel double compartment grain bins t 4 ton double compartment fertilizer bm, plywood con- HARVEST AND FEEDLOT EQUIPMENT model 428, 15 ft. SP combine; shult 12 fl. PTO iwather with rubber canvas; J-Bearcat No. 14A mixer feed grinder; 20 ft. bale loader; grain augers with Vi h.p. motor; grain auger with !i h.p. motor; 41'x6" groin auger; grain auger; 1 10" roller with unloading auger. HOUSE TRAILER AND BOAT riouso trailer, consisting of 1 bedrooms, kitchen, front room, bathroom and on tandem axles. 1 1? ft. boat wilh Evinrudc motor. STORAGE TANKS 1 1000 gal. water tajik gal. portable fuel fonV 1 quart sUoVe pump and 2 baffle olaies inside for transports 1_200 gal, slove oil lonk qoi. stava oil tank SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS T table; ehafns, electrical wire, Ava- dcx and other chemicals [protected from jcalfi; rams; duty hoist frame for lift- ing large tractors, well water pump; stoves, and B.T.U.; labor house fridge, chester- field, cook stove, foble, chairs, etc.) 2-100 Ib, propane tanks] Ib. propone rank, grease guns, jerry cans, field marker, flexihopper, table vise, electric power 30 ft. tow eable, hyd. facks; pumps. The description 01 to condition or olherwiie at let forth en Bach item it merely o guide and it irt no way o warranty or guarantee, octual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or tha owner nro reiponsihle for any in description or condition. CONDUC1ED BY PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridge Offica Phono 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERUCH to TORSHER TONY PESUCH License 285 license 793 license 138 328.9772 Phone 545-64S2 Phone 328-3951 Uthbriclrje, Alto. Bow Island, Alto. Lelhbridge, Alia. District Lo hold 80.000 gallons of walcr COALDALE (HNS) T lie hold 30.0CO gallons of It Town of Coalciale will be its will be about 80 fwrt by 140 own general contractor for the j feet and 13 feet deep. treated water storage reser- voir. Council rejected al! four birls received due to costs far ex- ceeding estimates. The lowest bid was for 400 and the The proposed highcst w a s John. Sckclla sent to hoard by ratepayers Us location will he adjacent to the water plant, The town will he able to re- cover 75 per cent of the costs through a provincial-fed- eral incenUvo program for cap- ital projects. Application for hoi rowing from the Alberta -Municipal Fi- nance Corporation is now being processed by the Author- ilies Board oi ine pruviuvu Costs of water and sewer ser- vices are dim bin fi. There was a deficit of in the water and sewer department in Council liarj hoped for a surplus. Council must reach a doct- ,o iJsion soon regarding extension PLNCIfEit CREEK rSpecial of water aml 6sewer Semc-P, to Meet Sunday PENCHER CREEK (vSpecial) Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Hi stone a! Society wi 11 meet in the town hall at 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, to con- firm details regarding tin? mu- seum building. Ribbed-steel roof, walls and ceiling may rcplace conercte blocks and asphalt shingles in the plans of the building com- mittee headed by Ralph Cle- land. Contributions continue to come in for the Museum Build- ing Fund. Electors to meet PINCHER CREEK (Special) A meeting of electors of the town will be held in the town office, Monday, March 20, at p.m. for the purpose of re- ceiving the report of the mayor, (he financial report by the au- ditor and chairmen of the va- rious committees of council for the year ending Dec. 31, 1971. Ron Nordquist of CFCN-TV, Calgary, will attend to give de- tails in connection with the cost ol a suitable booster station, To festival MAGHATH