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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tax reshuffling increases sales By PATRICK MASSEY LONDON (Reuter) Britons showed an unusual disposition today to buy pianos, tooth- brushes, lawn mowers, wall pa- per and seemed more eager than usual to get their suits pressed and cars repaired. At the same time there ap- peared little eagerness for tele- vision sets, fishing rods, soap, umbrellas, hair cream or jew- elry. Dictating this pattern of de- mand was the imminent in- troduction of what amounts to perhaps the biggest reshuffling of taxes ever seen in Britain. From April 1 most goods andi services will be subject to value added tax-V.A.T.) to bring Britain into line with the Eu- ropean Economic Community V.A.T. will replace two other forms of duty now levied in Britain. These are purchase sales a payroll levy called selective employ- ment tax. The explanatory leaflets now pouring off government presses say V.A.T. is basically a simple tax and that over-all prices should stay about the 'same. V.A.T. is levied on goods and services at all stages of produc- LAWRENCE PHILLIPS Farm Auction Sale 3 miles south, 6V4 miles west of BARONS, or 5 miles north, 6'A west of NOBIEFORD, ALBERTA TERMS CASH DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE MONDAY, APRIL 2nd 10 A.M. SHARP Having received imirucHoru from Mr. Lawrencs Phillips, who has retired from farming we will offer trig following by public auclion. The listed below are merely a guide and are in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition, size or age and are subject to minor changes as you moy find them the day of the taU. COMBINE CocVshun 430 seff propelled, 12' McCoy Renn pickup, cab and air conditioner, straw chopper. TRACTORS Ccere cab, live P.T.O., hyd. Moltne mod. G., P.T.O., hyd. TRUCKS 1953 Mercury 2 Ton wilh hoist, grain box (new motor re- 1946 Dodge 2 ton with hoist, grain box. LOADERS 34' heavy duly, Wisconsin engine 34', Briggs molor augers TANKS 1 800 gal. water tank gal. diesel and stand gal. gas ond oil house can be moved TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 1-13' Noble hoe drill hyd. and hilch; 1-14' noble blade model K; model M blade; 1 13' Graham Hoeme cultivator; 1 Deere tool bar; 15' I.H.C. dicker with seedbox; 15' Massey Harris ditker; 12' I.H.C. tandem disk on rubber, hyd.; ]2' I.H.C. double disk; 2-12' I.H.C. cenlre drive rod weeders with hilch and marker; I.H.C. rod weeder and drive; 1 12' I.H.C. rod weeder for repairs; Edwards rod weeder atlachmenl, like new; 4 boltom 16" plow; DisV type packers 15' 3 sections; Sub-soil packers, 15' 3 sections; Ajat flexible harrows, 64' hyd., spring tooth; 27' rolary diamond harrows; Noble marker; sprayer. Versatile 64' wJfh 4 and 10 gal. nozzles, fond, oxle; 12' John disEcall. SWATHERS 400 self propelled, 18' hydrostatic drive, rubber canvas, cut only 1000 acres, Eike new; Harris 14' self propelled, rubber canvas, ready to use; IV, P.T.O., 1-Swath litter; 2-SwatJi rollers. BUILDINGS I6jxl4' seel bin, 3 sections on sfcids, bus. Revelstolce bins on skin's. 1 500 chick brooder house, insulated, on skids. x 48 open front shed, truss rafter. SHOP T80 omp. Forney welder; Acetylene welder, 2 years on contract; Welding table; gas and oil pumps; Grease guns; Log chain'sj Bars; Levels; Squares; Saws; Forge; Shovels; Peters and Wright anvil; Assortment of bolts and nails; Pipe socket set. Box end wrenches? Top and die set; 2 U" drills; Ballery charger, 6 and 12 volt; Electric motors; Speed indicator; Speed chain link breaker; jack-all lack; Air tank; Olhsr articles, too numerous 1o mention. MISCELLANEOUS 20' and 25' telephone poles, treated; Quantity of new and used plywood and frames; Victory adjustable combine sieve; Down grain pickup fingers; Used scrap iran; 100 Ibs. of Russian wild rye grass seed; TOO of Sanfoin grass seed; 1 ftoto tiller end culter, HOUSEHOLD 2 compartment deep freeze; Beatty washing machine; 6 chairs; Chest of drawers; 2 crocfcs; Beef spring and legs; 1 .22 cal. Mosberg wilh scope, semi-automatic. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; This equipment appears to in very good condition and is ready to go to work. Anyone purchasing farm equipment this spring would strongly advised to attend this sale. SALE CONDUCTED BY EGLAND AUCTIONS CARMANGAY, ALBERTA ALAN EGIAND JERRY HAMMON Lie. 010101 lie. 010385 phone 643-2108 Phone 733-4340 Carmangay, Alia. Turin, Alia. CLERK DEAN OSfciN BOB SHEARER 0'0386n, 323-6769 Phone 739-1185 Turin, Alia. CASHERS Geoff DeBoer Phone 7S7-S419 Glen Anderson Phono n, with each producer up the ie paying tax on the coirlribu- n he makes to the final ar- le. The rate selected for Britain 10 per cent. This means in leory that an article now beav- 25 per cent purchase tax be cheaper. The government says this Is ist what it will mean and that will be taken against any ader using V.A.T. to puff up rices. Pianos and the other goods now in brisk demand are sup- posed to go up under tlie new system. Television sets and the rest should go down. Among services bearing tax (or the first time are restau- rants and hotels. Difficult fringe cases abound. Food bought for consumption at home is free of tax. Thus fish and chips bought to be taken out would not carry V.A.T. but if the customer eals them In the shop, he should pay the extra tax. CNE graudstaud guests named TORONTO (CP) The Ca- adian National Exhibition has luiounced guests who will en- nightly at the grand- and show Aug. 16-Sept. 1, The shows will begin with the cottish World Festival, lea- uring tlie musical ride of the loyal Canadian Mounted Police ug. 16-19, Mowed Aug. 20-23 the Soviet Red Army song id dance festival. James Last and an orchestra of 60 musicians will.perform Aug. 24-25, followed by the Guess Who musical group Aug. 26. Tom Jones will perform Aug 37-28 with country and western stager Charlie Pride Aug. the Osmonds Aug. 30; Three Dog Night Aug. and Che- Sept. 1 and the Canadian Mational Drum and Bugle Corp Sept. 2. SAM DONALDSON AND SON AUCTION SALE 7 MILES SOUTH OF RETLAW, ALBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 9th 12 Noon TERMS CASK LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from Mr. Donaldson who has sold his form, we will offer tna following by public auction. TRACTORS AND COMBINE MF- Super 95 diesel tractor, hyd., new Hres and bat- terics last spring, good; JD Model D ircctor, good running order; MH Model 81 tractor repairs; JD Model 95 SP com- bine 9' Draper pickup (field TRUCKS Chevrolet 1951 2 ton box and hoist, good tires, motor overhauled recently, stock racks; Chev. 1958 1 ton truck stock racks, hoist, box, good tires and motor. MACHINERY IHC 15' PTO swalher Like new. canvos; MF 15' model 36 oneway, seeder alt.; Packer hilch, good shape; 3 sections heavy coil packers, 15'; Groham Hoeme 14' chisel plow, good; CCIL 20 fl. crazy harrow; Victory 16' blade marker and new shovels; Noble K7 10' blade; IHC 14' rod weeder hyd. or lever conr.; 4 sections flex harrows ond eiraw bar like newj IHC baler in need of repair. MISCELLANEOUS Mayrath 34' grain ouger, ouger and motor 2 yeors eld; Snowco 24' groin ouger, good shape; 30 ft. harrow draw bar; 2 500 gal. storage tanks sland and hoses, 1 is 2-compartment; 2" shallow well pump, 3 years old; 200 ft. 1" plastic pipe; Sprayer (needs 2 hyd. rams, [ike new; Aluminum extension [adder? -200 yds. snow fencei post drill, 6x6" timbers, plywood, forg, tongs, hammers, nail puller, galvonizfecf 300 gal. water 2 wheelbarrows, post hole digger, anvjf, blacksmith tools, telephone wire, barrels, 2 rubber auger hoppers, quantity of lumber, 2 pro- pone bottles, quantity of miscellaneous older machinery, 2 lumber wagons, corral panels, quantity new nuls and bolts, lock washers, 135 gallon portable fuel truck lank pump, like new; oil pump, wing pump, insulation, Allied 42' 8" PTO g.ain auger. FURNITURE Findley 4 burner propane ttove, like new; Frigidaire 12 cu. ft, refrigerator; 2 oil heaters Chrome set (5 stool, bed, easy chair, desk, bookcase, bathtub, dishes, and many other Hems loo numerous to mention. MIKE PIRO CONSIGNMENT TRACTOR MH No. 44 special gas tractor. COMBINE MF Model 82 combine 12' pickup ond reel, new molor and feeder chain; MH Model 21 for parts. MACHINERY 8Vi one way seeder attachment, new tlresj Victory 11' blade, good; 10' homemade packer; JD 12' rod- weeder model 400; Graham Hoema 1V chisel plow for above rod weeder. SWATHES MH PTO 12' swather, hyd. cont, rubber canvas, model 28. LOADER 27' Mayrath loader, good motor; New auger; 27' auger, no motor; Snowco 12' of harrow. TRUCK GMC 1952 2 ion truck hoist and box. MISCELLANEOUS Coal stove, good. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mr. equipment kept and In good mechanical condition. AUCTIONEERS HAMMON OSEEN AUCTION SERVICE TURIN, AISERTA DEAN OSEEN JERRY HAMMON ALLAN EGIAND License 010386 License 010385 License 010101 Phone Phone 738-4340 Phone 643-7108 TURIN TURIN CARMANGAY Saturday, March 31, 1973 THE LETHBR1DGI HCKALD 13 Maritime land auctioned in U.S. HALIFAX