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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 IHE IETHBRIDOE HERALO Scturdoy, March 24, 1973 Migrant beet workers may run own centre TABER Four rec- transferred to the native peo-ommcndations were made by pie to operate. Rav B. Evanson as assistant The budget should be In-director of preventive social creased to include provision services. Barons Eureka for meals for emergency Health Unit, in bis annual re- cases, estimated at about port on the Tabcr drop-in for 1973. centre for migrant beet The school division should workers. take over the responsibility The centre should operate of educating the native clu'l-again this year. dren, particularly in the ba-Next year it should be sic learning speakers at the 4H se petitions held recently in the I are, from left, Debbie Lee, fir Two 4H clu ETZKOM (HNS) The se- pi dor public speaking elimina- to ions, recently held in the Hop- vw ng Community Centre, involv- G the 4-H Nimble Needles and Jhortgrass Beef clubs. w Top winner for the clothing F :lub was Sherry Black with of ninner-up Melody Mueller. Hon- lii urable mention went to Rita Kana. (I In the beef club, Debbie Lee enthusi lior public speaking com- oping Community Centra s 1; Colleen Drxson of the i bs adjudicate seed first with second going Colleen Dixson and a tie w snt to third place for Teresa dmpeting in the county elimi- The only tender was itions at Conquerville April from SIetz Conslruclion, Taber at use on rate bi By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER Votes of confidence and caution were expressed by some 90 water users of the Taber Irrigation District at their annual meeting here. Chairman was TID director Keith E. Francis. The water users confirmed their confidence in the board in their judgment and decision to rehabilitate the irrigation system. Caution was urged when giving consideration to water rate increases. At per mile of lateral, the more than 160 miles of ditches in the district will re-qu re an expenditure of about million over the years. Under an existing agreement, the provincial government pays 36 per cent of the "annual expenditures o n rehabilitation work. Mr. Francis allowed free discussion on proposals to increase the water rates over several years to cover costs. The water users issue warning irden on farmers caution against excessive CUSTOM ORNAMENTAL p) IRON InsrtJe or Oulllde RAILINGS O] FURNITURE Choose from 1500 Designs REPAIRS and PRESSURE WORK SUBWAY WELDING .Cf T28 North Mayor Magrath Drive Phoni 328-3152 shop tools, hyd. rams, 1 16 gauge Gamestere shotgun, converted army rifle, bed springs, mattress, 2 TV's, blacksmith's tongs, scrap iron, 1 Vi inch Monarch water pump w th Inch ft. Vale 1 3.1 inch rubber empeller water borge fence charge, Macleod garden rojotiller with 3Vi HP Clinton molor, 10 in. power grinder. TANKS 500 gallon fuel tank on stand, 300 gallon fuel tank on stand, 500 gallon water tank, 200 gallon fuel tank on wheels. FEED 100 bales of Barley Straw. SALE CONDUCTED BY: MILLER'S AUCTION SERVICE AUCTIONEER CLERK KEN MULIR Lie 13! DARLENE above the present .25 per acre. This is lo guard jainst undue hardship on arginal farmers. II would also oid the possibility of ardizing the district's position r government financial assis-ance In the years to DENTURE! CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH 1 Certified Dental MectionK 1 Cop-tol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 to rate increase was ggested for 1974 (there will no increase this Larger operators seemed to a increase to com-efe the job in 10 years time. These proposals were based n the continuation of a mil-on allocation to irrigation by le provincial government, of hich about 10 per cent comes the Taber district, Last year, from a million location, a grant of as augmented by local funds n the rehabilitation rogram compleled in 1972. Priority work contemplated or 1373 are the concrete lining more than two miles of the ig Bend canal from the Taber reservoir northward, alonf with five miles of 3 Jatera outh of Taber fed from the main canal at Highway 26 am ve miles of 1 lateral west of RANCHIKI AUCTION Located 5 miles east anc JEFFERSON, Alia, or 20 5 milei east of SPRI TERMS: CASH FRIDAY, A A.M. Having received instructions from for sate at auction the following: TRUCKS 1-1967 Ford F-250 4x4 34 Ton 1-T958 Ford F-600 3 Ton Grain B Chev 2 Ton Grain Box a CO. LTD. SALE 1 1 mi e south of miles south and NG COULEE LUNCH SERVED PR1L 6 SHARP tha owner we will offer HADF1ELD Farm Auction Sale Tuesday, March 27, 11 a.m. Hi mi lei east of Owendale, 1 mile south or 14 miles west of Del Bonita 2 miles North. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH Having been favaurod by Jim Hodfield to sell his farm sola to the highest bidder, he offers for sale the following lhat Itstid: AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Mr. Hadfleld has spent his entire life on his farm and hai taken the best of care of all hi) machinery and has accum-u ated the best of tools and equipment. This is one sale you can be well advised to attend for top equipment. TRACTORS 1 963 M.M. No. 5 propane tractor wilh dual wheels 16.43x4 tires and Robin front end loader with bale fork and wide bucket, 1966 M.M. G707 propane troctor cab with Hoist and new rubber, nd oader you know that PREBCO does service and repair work on all makes welfare 40-mile i FOHEMOST (Special) Approval was given at the recent meeting of the County of 40-Mile school committee for the Medicine Hat Health Unit to Iwld child welfare clinics Approval April 29 to May 5. The county will again operate an internship program this year. Due lo the tight financia situation the remuneration for ntern teachers will be John Dcera 830 with BlacV Dost 1000 hrs, since major overhau 1 International 300 with fronl e MACHINERY 1-18 it. C.C.U. pull lype to same; 1 1A it. Jeffrey p! L.Z.A. hoe drill wilh fertilizer al c Seclions of l.H.C. fine tooth he harrows with rubber mounted dr paddle loader with 9 engine; ft, United grain au Stroll on engine; ft. grain and Stratton engine. LIVESTOCK FAIR The first agricultural fair n anada was held at Windsor, N.S., in 1 14 ft. John Deere chment; Weed sprayer; rrows; 36 ft. of diamond sw bar; 33 ft. Mayralri h.p. Briggi and Stratton er with 9 h.p. Briggj and auger with 5 h.p. Briggs work. day each A discussion was held Coif puller; Head ga e; Several 16' troughs; Cattle Propane torch, bottle, 150 l.H.C. 20 run 14 fr. drill, fertilizer attachments. Irons, port and. markers, l.H.C. '46 baler, 15 bole slocker, 16 ft. CCIL chhel plow, [ate model, U ir. M.H. tandem disk, like new, 12 ft. l.H.C. grass sseder attachment, Farm hand front end hay loader, factory wagon flat 3? ft, Rod Weeder, new 15 ft. Versatile self-propelled swalher. Model 103 with pick up reel, 15 ft, Cockshult wilh wide level, 12 ft. l.H.C. Rod Weeder, 14 fr. Chaulken red weeder, 8 ft. Noble Blade, 3 bottom J.D, plow, 10 sec, Diamond Harrows and hflch, 14 ft. l.H.C, cultivator. 10 inch M.H. hammer mill, Woods Cat Roller With Hi H.P. 220 electric motor, 16 fr. Allied Bale loader, Renn front end post pounder, Robin post auger, 32 ft. aluminum tanked weed sprayer, side delivery 5' wheel rake, 9 ff. l.H.C. Oneway, No. 5-7 ft. J.D. mower; Made! 501 New Idea Loader. COMBINE AUGERS 12 ft. l.H.C. 203 self propelled combine with reels, B fr. l.H.C. pickup, good unir, 35 ft. .scoop a second, 6 inch auger with 12 H.P. electric Kohler motor, 27 fl, snoco, 6 inch auger with 9 H.P. Wise, motor, inch 20 fr. augers with efectric motors, inch, 11 ft. auger with molor. TRUCKS 1959 Ford C550 cab, over 825x20 lires, groin box wilh Edwards hoist, 1960 A130 l.H.C., 1 Ion wifh duals and faclory atcel box, wilh hoist, 700x17 tires, runs good, 1954 L130 l.H.C., 1 ton with duals. CATTLE let us prepare your TRAILER, CAMPER, or MOTOR HOME for the coming holiday season! Phone 328-4421 NOW1 PR1B00 600 4th Ave. N. West of ihe Gas Foremost Community Hall in the past. Because of the relatively small number of children involved, Ihe public heallh nurse will be able to do additional work with Foremost School stu dents at the same time. Because of continued problems with tha water supply a Manyberries School, the schoo committee decided to undertake the drilling of a new well. Al though this involves consider able expense, it is hoped tha this action will eliminate futun problems. Approval was given for ar expense allowance of up to for one county student lo at tend the Canadian Studie 1 Forum to held in School. The evaluation was conducted last November by personnel from the regional office at Lcthbridge. The committee regretfully EC-cepted the resignation of Larry Lonson, custodian at Conquer-ville School. A committee consisting of Frank Romeike, Clii Elte and George Roszell was appointed to review applications for the vacancy, and hire a suitable COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE x 6' wood pa COMBINE 1-1962 428 Caclcshutt with sund HAYING EQT. 5 wheel Darf rake- Coc Holland baler; 15 bale, ba e stoolc point hilch mounted grais seed brc wagon; 1 16' two whee wago ball hitch; wheel trailer with MISCELLANEOUS 1-24" Robin rollerj 2-60 be ers; fuel tank with of ?i" plastic 'iose; Electr c e chains; Set of four ft, stock ckup, 750-1 o tire acks (for Vj ton or ton ks (for W or ton 1 Acetylene welder; drill; electric drill; ki; Several 20' x 3" x accreditation 40-Mile EQUIPMENT T80 amp. Forney arc w Toots, chains, shoveli; Post A number of 40' x 3" x T4" plor plonks; Many more misc. i sms. INCUS WASHERS PLUS 25-LB. oat and barley straw; HOUSE AND OFFICE EOU1PM 2 1 cubic ft. deep freez Adding machine; Chesler Weslfoilia cream separa or. HORSES 4-WeU broVe saddle hors coifs; 1 large well broke Belgiu Pony broke to ride or dr ve sac BINS fcu. capacity round ply LIVESTOCK Young ranch cows w th bulls {purebreds, and ?B) Angus bulls, 2 cmd 3 year olds 2 year old bull, The description at to conditions on each item Is merely a guide e or guarantee, actual or implied owner are reipomible for condition, OWNER FRANK BATES PH. SALE CONDI PERUCH BROS. AUCT Company licer Box 1057, JOE PERUCH Lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 IETHRRIDGE, ALBERTA BOB BALOG lie. 067454 Phono 647-5201 MILK Tons of grass Alfalfa with CONFIDENCE Drive with Pride John Sinclair, one of Bcny's respected experienced es- mf men, is anxious to give his lip customers Ihe BENY RED CAR- Frf" JUB I PET TREATMENT. He invites you 1o see him row on one of ihe 1973 demonslrolors be. ng offered. Deal wifh Beny