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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Sulurduy, Martti 1973 4NDY CAPP plGHTY-EIGHT wild turkeys have been stocked in the Porcupine Hills northwest of Fort Macleod. The Alberta fish and wild- life division obtained 13 o( the birds from Nebraska and raised the rest at Us farm at Brooks, An enrlier planting of about a dozen birds was unsuccess- ful. Although a Tew were seen for two or three years, the flock did not become firm- ly established. Some of these birds are ex- pected to make their way to the brush in the Oldman Kivor Valley, south of the Porcupines. Southern Albertans are ask- ed to be on the lookout [or mallard ducks with red or INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABIISHED 191] Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 yellow paint on their backs, wings and tails. More than 400 ol these birds, 312 with red paint and the rest with yellow, were re- leased in South Dakota re- cently and are expected to travel through Alberta and Saskatchewan. This is a project of Ducks Unlimited and the U.S. Wild- life Service. The purpose is to learn more about the mi- gratory habits of the mal- lards. Anyone seeing snch a mark- ed bird is asked to telephone Fel Balderson of Magrath, Alberta, 758-C521, collect, pre- ferably evenings. It's burbot (fresh-water cod) season on the Oldman river again. Angle worms and pieces of meat are recom- mended. IF SOU CAN BEAR HIM, VOL'CAN ANYTHING Vings, Sabres concerned ivith playoffs "L. 'SSffre CHICKEN' POX STRIKES ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. f AP) Chicken pox hit the St. Louis Cardinals' baseball train- ing camp Friday and left one player out of action for at least a week. Ken Reitz, a rookie third baseman, was placed in isolation by Dr. Stan London, the team physician, and other players on the team who hav2 not had chicken pox were to be inoculated. SPORT 01 OL OTTOMAR LANGE AUCTION SALE 7 miles east of Claresholm on the Star line Rood, then 4 miles north and mile east or 3 miles south and 13 miles west of Carman gay or 9 miles east of Putleney. MONDAY, APRIL 2nd 10 a.m. TERMS CASH Luntli will be served by the Starline Lodies' Club NO RESERVE HAYING EQUIPMENT Mossey Ferguson No. 12 fanter, used one season, like new; John Deere No. 5 mower, three-point hitch; New Holland side delivery rnke; Big Six push off bale fork; Six bale automate stooker; Ten bale stacker; Malco 24-ff. halo elevaior on rubber; 78-ft. hay trailer, tandem axle. MACHINERY Ferguson 410 combine, complete wirh cob, Mel- roe pfckup and cutter; Massey Ferguson No. 36 18-ft. 5P swolher; IHC No. 50 17-fl. deep tJllnge cullivnlcr; Vic- tory 16-ft. Triplex blade with colters; CCIL 15-ft. discer, complete with seed box, fertilizer a1 lath men I and packers; CCIl 14-ft. wigwag harrows; John Deere double disc; Massey Ferguson 14-ff. high wheel drill; Kirshmen fertilizer box, 6-Inch spec ings; Noble 1 -4-ft. packers, 6-inch IHC 14-ff. rod weeder; Diamond chaff wagon and blower; Allied 8-fi. bulldozer blade; National field sprayer; Massey- I Harris duplex 14-ft. cultivator; 8-ft. scraper, 3-point hitch; Ford two bo Horn plow, 3-poin1 hitch; IHC 5 bo Horn plow, John Deere 6-ft. pony drill; 6-ft. packers. AIRSTREAM 18-FT. TRAILER Complete with eleclric fridge, loilel, propane heoltng, electric hot water tank, hydrnulic brakes, wired for 12 volt and 110 volt lighting gas lamp, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS Cockshun 1800 B secies with cob, block heater, live PTO, dual hydraulics, only 2700 hours; Massey Ferguson 165 gas Irnctor, block healer, three-point- hitch, only 400 hours, 1 year old, multi-power, large tires; Fora" 8N with three-point hitch; IHC 1600 Loadstar, 304 VS engine, block healers, 15 grain box with Senn hoist, road lank, tarp, 925x20 tires, 8500 actual miles; Ford 1949 2-ton, 12-fI. box and stock racks, Branlford hoisf, low mileage, good rubber, just over- hauled; Davis front end loader with bole pickup and manure bucket. TANKS 1000 gallon propane tank with regulators; 250 gallon propane tank wish regulators; 20 gallon propane faoltle, propane torch ond branding box, and slock lank heoterj Two 500-gal. single compartment fuel tanks on steel stands, complete; 250 gal. single comp. fuel lank on steel stand, complete. HOUSEHOLD M off a it propane 4-burner stove, 30-in. wilh roll specie; RCA dishwasher; Moffcr propane clothes dryer; 3 ElecUolux vacuum cleaners; Burrowi eleclric adding ma- chine; 2 single beds; IHC 2-S elec. cream separator. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Lincoln 180 amp, arc welder, wim helmets; Acetylene welder with carl; Comet high volume air com- pressor; Black and Decker portable grinder; 87U circulating heater, natural gas; Anvil ond slnnd; Post drill; Wire strelchers; Logging chains? Boomers; Shovels, forks; Asst. nuts ancf bolts; Electric Cement mixer; Beam icale; Grease guns? Gas pump; Three service recorder time clocks; Suzuki 30 model Kl 1 trail bike; HorndrauMc rear mounted post driver; Macleod 1 1 -in. grain, grinder with hopper ond running gear; 8 bus. reg. No. 2 Betzes barley; Two pump jacks, two well pumps, complete se! socket wrenches; complete set laps and dies; Endless Two Shell cattle oilers; Two porlable catUe serakhers; Cattle squeeze; Two Case hydrautic rams; IHC 5 h.p. stationary engine; Fanning mill; 10-ft. drag out ouger; Scythe and sickle sharpener; Assorted lengths !i-In. ond 3i-in, piastre hoie; Assorted fence posls? Barbed Wire; plywood; Gas and oil drums; Rolls of Assorted blocks and lumber; 5 and 6-in. pressure treated posls; Garden rotor tiller; Power lawn Stecf wheeled wagon with groin tank, wooden running gear; 29 16-ff, feed largo quantity of scrap Iron and some old machinery; 250 goL slocl wafer trough; QuanlJly used red brick; Sunbeam electric animal clippers; Bolt rack; One Border Collie, good eaUle dog; Elcc. bench grinder. SPECIAL Good stock saddle, saddle blanket, bridles, halien, haelta- more, laddie bags, hobbles, 4 pack boxes. Many other items too numerous to mention Cash playing like young man LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) II in Wednesday's loss to Pitt appears the smiles of thousands burgh Cash said, "I'm n hitting Ihe ball th, of retirees at Florida major- league exhibition games get wider when someone when like Norm Cash dons well The veteran Detroit Tigers' first baseman does rot conic close to them in age, but at 38 he's definitely an "old man" as j far as baseball is concerned. But he doesn't play as if he's ready to retire. Ask opposing pitchers. They've been having a tough time trying to retire him this spring training season, Cash belted a two-run homer off Alan Foster in the first in- ning ami doubled off him in the fourth Thursday night as De- troit edged St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. The performance gave Cash five hits in six at bats for the last (wo games and 10-for-20 for a .500 Grapefruit League aver- age. After collecting three singles get I Raiders three games 011 home ice UNJOfsDALE, N.Y. (AP) Nassau Counly, which controls the Nassau Coliseum, agreed Friday lo permit New Yort Raiders of the World Hockey Association to play three first round playoff games al Ihe Long Island, N.Y., arena. The Raiders play their regu lar-season games at Madisoi Square Garden, but their con tract did not include possibl playoff dales, which would con flicl wilh the circus. The Garden's conlract call: for circus performances lo b pre-empted only by playof games for New York Ranger1 of the rival National Hocke: League and New York Knicks of the National Basketball Asso ciation. The Raiders sought pei Aission from the county payer-owned Coliseum lo their post-season games there but Ihe couoly, contending ih I Raiders might draw away fan j from Ihe NHL's New Yor Islanders, who pfay their horn games at the Coliseum, rejectee the team's application. The Raiders then Ui county to. the agree ment came in an put-of-cou settlement. If the Raiders mak it into the playoffs and throug the first rpuod, tliough, Ihe will have to resume the search for a home ice. Fitness program out the window By THE CANADIAN I'llESS Fitness programs initiated by vo National Hockey League lubs this season have fallen on dismal days. The scientific approaches to ic game taken by Detroit lied Vings and Buffalo Sabres fol- owing the Team Canada-Soviet Jnion hockey scries have either jcen abandoned or diminished n popularity in the wake o[ a Iruggie for a playoff berth be- ween the two teams. Lloyd PercivaJ, hired by the Wings to employ his Total Temp fitness program, claims Detroit coach Johnny Wilson urned against it when the pro- gram got more credit for the eam's fastest ever ning their first six he did. Fred Atkins, 63, wrestler whose pushups and situps were credited with getting Buffalo :nto playoff contention, now finds the workouts arc optionul and only about half the Sabres attend the gym classes regu- larly. Several NHI, clubs reiTuit fit- ness experts for their training camps but only Detroit and Buf- falo announced they were hiring on a full-time basis. Percival and Atkins contend that professional hockey players aren't close to being in top physical condition. Percival uses the scientific approach white Atkins is likely to prove his theories by doing 50 or 75 situps without raising a bead of sweat on his craggy features. Red Deer visits A.C.T. for final ally xxl." Thursday h" said, "I'm hit- ng the ball pretty well now." "I'm going to use him a lot ore these last two aid manager Billy Martin, who oked at rookies Joe Stalon nd Reggie Sautters at first aso and has played Rich eese, Frank Howard, Tony aylor and Bill Freehan there t times. A hot-hitting Cash has been nown to carry the Tigers for eeks. The six-foot, ISO-pound exan ted Detroit in runs batted last year with 61 but nearly II of those came prior to a 1 'astic second-half. A good spring might indicate lat late-season dip was lump and not the signal of the nd of the road for the veteran lugger. The Lethbridge A.C.T. Ban- tam Reps will have their backs to the wall when they meet head on with Red Deer in the final game of the provin- cial playoffs tonight. Red Deer will carry a three- goal edge into the final game of the two-game total goal series after dumping A.C.T. G- 3 in the series opener in Red Deer last Saturday. Game lime is set for p.m. at the Henderson Lake Ice Venire. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Mdget Colts can wrap up the Southern Alberta Midget Spud Hockey League finals with a victory over Bow Island Sun- day. The Colts hold a one-game lead in the best-of-three affair after dropping Bow Island 5-3 last Wednesday. The opening face-off is set for 2 p.m. in Bow Island, The provincial juvenile cham- pion Lethbridge Kinsmen War- riors will meet the Lelhbridge Midget Elks hi an exhibition match Sunday afternoon. The game is slated for p.m. at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. fn Pee Wee action Fridaj night, Iho Sabres posted a 5-. victory over the Bisons. Lane Belsher led Hie Sabres .ttack with a pair o[ goals whit Van-en Calder, Dale Belsbe .nd Clark Bosh added singles In another Pee Wee match Jorcloii Tait rifled in a ha rick and paced the Blues t slim 4-3 decision over th Braves. Warren Keitli chipped in wit solo effort while Phillip Rip cy, Allen Smith and Alle Clampitt replied for the Bravea Head of a physical fitness in- titule in Toronto that caters to iany of tlw world's top ath- etcs, Percival uses such data the oxygen-intake level of le individual. He claims that the average fHL player is capable of an ox- gen-intake level of 53.5 com- ared with 65 by the Russians vho, through their eight-game cries with Team Canada last eptember, showed far more tamina than did the North .merican professionals. Percival said Paul Henderson of Toronto Maple Leafs, who scored the winning goal in the last three games of the series, had the highest NHL reading 63 "and it showed." Percival said he understands the Wings still are using some of the programs he introduced but "lhat is completely differ- ent from what we were trying to do." "We had a total program, which is far from a matter of lifting a few weights. Lethbridge has aaddiu over the Weight Watchers program: SCIENTIFICALLY ADVANCEDl NUTRITIONALLY SOUND! NO CONTRACTSI NO EXERCISEl JOIN NOWl ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH TUESDAYS, P.M. AND P.M. CABDSTON UNITED CHURCH WEDNESDAYS, P.M. TABER CIVIC CENTRE THURSDAYS, P.M. For information cell ZEnilh 0-6124 (loll free) Some talking, some listening, and A program that worksT FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We carry a complete stock of S1EEI IN FLATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your truck and load up al bargain prices We ofjo deliver locally Bring in veer scrap steel cait iron batteries radiators topper brass and get the best trade value ever We olio pay cash! VARZARI IRON LTD. STEEL YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Ave. N. Come Visit With Your M.P. Bob Dyck 062045 Ross Annetr 062043 Ol Ken Hurlburt 004041 Brunt Hurlburt 062044 OL Ryun, Kcino meet again LOS ANGELES fAP) Jim Ityim and Kip Keino renew their rivalry money at slake for the first lime tonight as the International Track Asso- ciation gels both feel off Ihe ground. fy Actually, they arc close friends who Mill meet in com- petition for tlw eighth limn since 19C7. The distance is one mile. More lhan will he awarded in this 14-event track and field meet at the Los Ange- les Sports Arena. Keino, Ihe Kenyan Olympic star, makes his professional dc- i but trying lo square the record (against the American Ryun. ENJOY THE GOOD LIFE! See Us At El Dorado For The Largest Selection Of Models !n TRAVEL TRAILERS IN SOUTHE RN ALBERTA We Feature PROWLER 8 Models to 25' (The Largest Selling Travel Trailer in North America) TERRY 12 Models -19' to 27' TAURUS-5 Models-1612' to 22' Here is an example of Ihe Great Spring Savings! 1973 It. Taurus TRAVEL TRAILER Features twin 5 gal. propane tanks, heater, combina- tion bunk cabinets, hose carrier bumper, battery box and wiring for toilet, separate toilet room, electric brakes, sleeps 6, 75 Ib. ke box, 3 burner range with oven, 110 and 12 volr lighting, 20 gal. water storage, some available with propane light. 2395 Regular List Price Spring Savings NOW ONLY DEAL NOW WE NEED YOUR TRADES! .00 BANK OR l.A.C. FINANCING EL DORADO Ph. 327-1233 SALES Ph. 327-1233 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Sales Office 2910 -1st Ave. S. Storage Lot 2 blocks East Your Winnebago Motor Home, Vanguard Camper, 5th Wheel and Trailer Dealer ;