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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 2, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 L IS )N ICE STUARTORSTIN Farm Auction Sale 4 Miles North, Y< Mile East, 2 Miles North, 3Vz East of Enchant, Alta., 10 North, 12 West, 2 North and V2 West of Vauxhall, Alta. TERMS CASH IN FULL DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE THURSDAY. NOV. 7 P.M. Sharp Having received from Mr Stuart Ortten, who hat farm, we will offer the following machinery, cattle, etc by public auction The articles titled below are merely a guide and In no way a vs-ranty or guarantee at to condition, tlzn or age, and are subject to minor changes at you may find them at the tale TRACTORS: MF No 97 diesel tractor cab, hyds radio, new rubber J D Model D tractor, IHC Farmal Model M gas tractor dual front end loaoer, new rubber on back, PTO hyds, Case 108 1974 garden tractor mower (8 h p TRUCKS: 1957 IHC 2 ton truck box, hoist, Mode! A150, 1967 ton Dodge with heavy duty rear springs COMBINE ft SWATHER: No 545 Cockshutt 12 Melroe pickup 6 cyl Chrys, good shape, Versatile No 10312'SP swather new canvases, air cooled motor NOTE: There are only a lew smaller items, so come early, as we will start the machinery soon after we start sale. FARM MACHINERY: CCIL 15' Oneway seeding att, new fertilizer att packer hitch, IHC 10' K2, DD press drill, Cockshutt No 249 18' wing type chisel plow, New Holland Super 68 baler, motor driven, 1973 New Holland No 352 grinder mixer, 32' National field spray- er new pump J D land leveler, CC'L 12' crazy harrows 15' Crowfoot packers, 3 5' Noble packers, Snowco 18' gram auger new motor, Snowco 24' gram auger new motor, new cattle squeeze (Thorn- slide in steel stockracks for ton gal gas tanks (one with stand) 250 gal water stock tank Other aiticles too numerous to mention stock car, needs motor, Yamaha No 125 motor bike, runs good, 250 gal propane tank CATTLE AND HORSE: 15 stock cows (mixed 13 calves registered bull, 4 yrs, Dom- ino Breeding, Simmental bull, 3 yrs 1% Charo- lais bull, coming 2 yrs registered, year old Geld- ing well broke HAY: Approx 2000 bales MISCELLANEOUS: filters 2 Model T tires and rims, few other items etc LAND: South Vj 13-15-18-W4, 50 acres hay land, 110 acres pasture, 1SO acres under cultivation, all can be sprinkled, 2 bedroom home on land, good shape, sub- ject to prior sale AUCTIONEER S NOTE Mr Ortten hat kept hit machinery in good repair of the equipment it late model and of popu- lar lines SALE CONDUCTED BY OSEEN AUCTION SERVICES TURIN. ALBERTA AUCTIONEERS DEAN OSEEN ALLAN EGLAND Lie-010386 Lie-010101 Ph 739-2185 or Ph 643-2108 739-2207 CARMANGAY, ALTA Ron Suanes 757-2108 CLERK HOWARD DUNN Ph 739-2207 CASHIERS Lysiak grabs scoring lead as Flames scorch Leafs 5-2 ATLANTA 5 TORONTO 2 First Period 1 Atlanta Lysiak 4 (Bennett Harvey) 1951 Penalties Glennle T 11 33 Lysiak A 15 01 Second Period 2 Toronto Stoughton 4 (Fleet Keen) 6143 Atlanta Bennett 7 (Harvey) 1840 Penalties Glennle T Vail A 6 51 Bennett A 9 14 McDonald T Hextall A (minor majors) 19 44 Third Period. 4 Atlanta Vail 4 Lemleux (Price) 3 31 5 Atlanta McCreary 2 (Hextall) 9 44 6 Atlanta Manery 3 (Lysiak Bennett) 1000 7 Toronto Ferguson 8 (Turnbull McDonald) 16 03 Penalties Ferguso" T 1 27 Glennie T 6 42 Dunn T 14 50 Shots on goal by Toronto 9 9 10 7 VANCOUVER 7 PITTSBURGH 4 First Period 1 Vancouver Lever 4 (Pratt) 1 17 2 Vancouver Gould 6 (Pratt Bordeleau) 3 32 3 Vancouver Lalonde24024 Vancouver Lalonde 1624 5 Pittsburgh Schock 2 Burrows Hadfieid 17 52 Penalties None Second Period 6 Pittsburgh MacDonald 2 (Campbell Pronovost) 7347 Vancouver Lever Verbergaert) 14 43 Penalties Daily V 1 28 DeMarco Pgh 9 25 Pratt V 1616 Third Period. 8 Pittsburgh MacDonald 3 (Owchar Schock) 1 20 9 Pittsburgh Stackhouse 2 2 05 10 Vancouver Ververgaert 8 (Lever Boudnas) 747 11 Vancouver Bordeleau 6 (Lalonde) 19 50 Penalty Paradise Pgh 1059 Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 9 14 Vancouver 13 11 DETROIT 4 CALIFORNIA 4 First Period 1 California J Stewart 3 (Huston Hampton) 3 33 2 California King 1 (Christie) 4 01 1 Detroit Redmond 8 (G Bergman Rutherford) 1208 Penalties Christie Cal 10 11 Patey Cal 1658 Second Period 4 Detroit Lochead 6 (T Bergman) 3 42 5 Detroit Hogaboam 1 9 25 6 Califor- nia Huston 3 (King Christie) 9 57 Penalties B Stewart Cal 9 03 Hamel D 9 22 Third Period 7 California King 2 (B Stewart J Stewart) 1053 8 Detroit Grant 6 (Redmond Watson' 1853 Penalties Watson D 4 29 Hogaboam D 7 31 B Stewart Cai 11 50 Watson D Redmond D mis- conduct 1948 Shots on goal by Detroit 12 16 California 5 5 ONE-DAY J DISCOUNT ON ANY PURCHASE MADE THROUGHOUT THE STORE (Except Smoke Shop) This special is on all day MONDAY, NOV. 4th ONLY for your early Christmas shopping convenience IZellers County Fair I Retailers To Thrifty Canadians I Located in Zellsrs Shopping Centre, on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone By THE CANADIAN PRESS Tom Lybiak led Atlanta Flames in his rookie National Hockey League year last season with 64 points Now the big centre from High Prairie, Alta is taking a run at leading the league Lysiak with his fourth goal and 12th assist of the season, took the league scoring lead Friday night while leading the Flames to a 5-2 victory over Toronto Maple leafs Elsewhere in the NHL, Van- couver Canucks beat Pitt- sburgh Penguins 7-4 and Detroit Red Wings tied 4-4 with California Golden Seals Lysiak, a 6-foot-l, 185-pound centre drafted by Atlanta irom Medicine Hat Tigers last year, is leading one of the top lines in the league with winger Curt Bennett and Buster Harvey Bennett is one of five players who have 15 points so far this season, one point behind Lysiak Lysiak and Bennett each scored a goal Friday night and combined to set up another score by Randy Manery Har- vey earned assists on both of his hnemates' goals "I'm checking better and now have a year's ex- said Lysiak "Playing with Bennett helps He's got such a big reach "Our line is real good at forechecking and Tom sets up a lot of opportunities for said Bennett Although each team had a powei-play opportunity, the first period went scoreless un- til 19 51 when Lysiak, on a pass from Bennett, scored the Flames first goal The Leafs tied the game 1-1 in the second period on Blame Staughton's goal Atlanta regained the lead shortly before the end of the period when Bennett scored OP a backhand shot after a pass from Harvey In the third period, Eric Vail supplied the Flames with a power play goal The Flames then scored twice within one minute on goals by Keith McCreary and Manery Centre George Ferguson added a short-handed goal for Toronto Bobby Lalonde's two unas- sisted goals at 4 02 and 16 24 of the first period at Van- couver gave the Canucks a 4-0 lead and Vancouver went on to take over the Division 2 lead, one point ahead of Chicago Black Hawks Meanwhile a three goal out- burst by Bobby Hull spearheaded a 10-1 World Hockey Association victory for Winnipeg Jets over the Toronto Toros before almost fans Friday mght Hull also had three goals Wednesday night in the Jets' 5-4 overtime win over Phoenix Roadrunners The victory in the only sch- eduled WHA game stretched the Jets undefeated home-ice record to four games Panel Discussion Aiberta Ammonia Plant at the Lethbridge Public Library Tuesday, November 5, 1974 at p.m. Moderator Mr. Cleve Hill Pro: Mayor Robert Graham and others Con: Comm. Independent Canada Environmentalist THE PUBLIC IS INVITED! Sponsored by Lothbrldge Chapter Committee Independent Canada and the Lethbridge Public Library CELEBRATING THE ROBERT W. SERVICE CENTENARY A Dramatic Reading by CHARLES HAYTER Wednesday, November 6, at p.m. Room E-690 The University of Lethbridge FREE! Come in and play the blues Come m and see our beautiful blue and white stereos Then ask to hear your favourite music Blues, jazz, classic or rock And be ready to hear bass notes you've probably never heard before Where a lot of speakers (even air suspension types) trap deep rich bass inside the speaker caoinet, Allegro's tuned port gives it a way out So you hear more of what you're supposed to hear The model shown here (which also comes in wood grained walnut colour) has everything you need to make beautiful music Solid-state stereo FM Stereo Precision record changer 8-track tape player Allegro 3000 speaker system The Bon Vivant II, Model F589X CQ95 469 The quality goes in before the name goes on- 328-3171. 'Him BAKER'S APPLIANCE LTD. 812 4ft Strut S. Phone 328-1673, 328-1332 SMITH'S COLORTV S, APPLIANCES LTD. 236 13th street North LETHBBIDSE. ALTA PHONE 328-5541 SMITH'S COLOR TV A APPLIANCES LTD. COALDALF. ALTA PHOffE 345-3272 RADIO LTD. BLAIRMORE ALTA PHONE 552-2567 TV THORNTON AND SONS FURNITURE STORE FOPT MACLEOD CLABESHOLW 6 FISCHER CHEEK. ALTA ;