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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 2. 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 THE BETTER HALF Word gels around about thoughtless types Congenial people get workmen easily "The Surgeon General says dumping ashes on the carpel can be hazardous to your health I Draftspersons An excellent opportunity exists in Power and Generation Sections at Edmonton Head Office. Should have two years experience in drafting electrical control systems. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Personnel Department Northern Canada Power Commission P O. Box 5700. Station L Edmonton, Alberta T6C 4J8 HELMUT RUDOLPH ESTATE "Little Paradise Valley Ranch" AUCTION SALE Located 22 miles south of Magrath, Alberta or 6 miles north of Del Bonita, Alberta. TUESDAY, NOV. 5 A.M. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH FARM MACHINERY: 1 New Holland No. 271 hayliner, PTO baler; 1 New Holland No. 1010 stacklmer bale wagon; 1 IHC No. 55. 26 ft. chisel plow with hydraulic wing lifts; 2 IHC 12 ft. hoe drills with hitch and markers; 1 Edwards 36 ft. rod- weeder (new 1 Owatonna No. 470 PTO haymill (new in 2 C.C.I.L. double ring rotary harrows; 1 Anderson rock picker, hydraulic; 1 Noble Blade triplex. 21 ft. with hydraulics and marker; 1 Minntoba 40 ft. weed sprayer (like 1 Linden post driver; 1 bale buncher; 1 bale elevator. COMBINE SWATHER: 1 Klaus Matador. 14 ft. S.P. combine with cab and Sund pickup; 1 IHC No. 200 16 ft. swather, PTO drive with double swath attachment. CATTLELINER: 1 IHC Model 220 gas tractor with 4 tanks, 5th wheel, mirrors, horns, etc; 1 Fruehauf 44 ft. aluminum cattle liner, good rubber. TRACTORS: 1 IHC No. 1456 turbo diesel tractor with dual wheels, auxiliary tank. cab. 1280 hours, top condition; 1 IHC No. 806 diesel tractor with cab; 1 Allis Chalmers No. 190 diesel tractor with cab, engine heater, No. 519 AC hydraulic loader. GIGANTIC SALE OF NEW LUMBER BOARD FEET OF LUMBER Consitting of: 2 x 6 Fir Various Lengths; 2x4 Spruce Various Lengths; 1 x 8 Spruce Various Lengths; 4x8 Sheets of Spruce Plywood; 400 Squares of No. 2 Cedar Shakes; 24" Heavys; 100 Building Trusses GRAIN AUGERS: 1 Mayrath 40 ft. grain auger with gas engine: 1 May- rath 30 ft. grain auger with gas engine. FEED: 6500 green oat bales; 1000 bales of oat and barley straw. TRUCKS: Chev. 3 ton truck with IHC No. 320 manure spreader: 1 1963 Ford ton farm truck: Chev. Apache vr ton truck: GMC No. 910 vz ton truck, 1 set of stock racks for vz ton; 1 set of stock racks for 18 ft. box: ft. flat deck trailer with dual rear wheels: fi. grain box with hoist and stock racks MISCELLANEOUS: 35 bales of baler twine, several feed bunks, calf table. cattle squeeze: Propane bottle and torch: grain tester: salt: anti-freeze: quantity of power poles; clastic pipe: grease: oil: hand drills: chains: wire, posts: Comet 180 amp. weider; 3 battery chargers. Acetylene welder; electric saw; post drill: large Webster compressor, bench grinder, vise, staples and nails: assortment of bolls, etc socket sets: nvdraulic hose, sleam gun. electric cords, filters: surveyor's level: anvil: grease guns, etc etc. CATTLE 266 HEAD: 150 young Charolais cross cows. A1 breo Jo Blonde D'Aquitame or Chianma bulls. 44 Chianma heifer calves (recorded) from above dams, 70 Chianma and cross bred steer bull calves. 2 young bulls. Cows will be pregnancy tested and proper Al slips supplied Chianma heifer calves will be lattooed. recorded and Iranslerred 1o the new owner STEEL BUILDING: 1 Butler GSI steel rigid frame building 38 x 120 11 (wilh solid end new and ready 1o erecl The dMcrip'iion lo condition or ottwrwiN forth on Men item li merely a guide and in no way warranty or guarantee, actual or implied Neither the auctioneer or the owner ere for any in devcriptlon or condition. For Information Phone 758-8780 or PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057. Lethbridjie Office Phone 329-3101 Compiny Ucansi 071465 JOE PERLICH IT Phone 326-9772 Lefhbridoe. Alto. BOBBALOG i it Phone 647-2201 Milk River ED TORSHER TONY PERLICH Phone 545-W52 Phone 328-9872 Bow ielend. Lelhbrldoe. Alia. NEW YORK (AP) You don't need to treat your work- man like a guest, but you might offer him a drink of water. That's a tip from painter and wallpaperer Fred Thompson of Cannondale, Conn., a popular type who is always booked up. "Indoors it isn't too bad but I've been up on the ladder at some houses in summer on sweltering hot days and the occupants are strolling around with a drink in their hand but they never think to ask if I am thirsty." Not all are that way, Fred says, and most of the time he has water or another bever- age in his truck. But some- times it is used up and if you are painting a house outdoors it may be a long time be- tween drinks. Congenial people have an easier time getting workmen than the thoughtless types, the grouches and the nags, he says. WORD GETS AROUND "Anybody who chews out a workman will find he'll have a difficult time getting trades- men to come to his house. The word spreads rapidly." He has had customers who haggle over every little thing as he makes an estimate. They want to take a few dol- lars off any price as a matter of course. In fact, one man asked him to reduce the price and use cheaper paint, but when he did, "the man com- plained that it didn't look good People take advantage of workmen in other ways. Women try to use workmen as Community calendar baby-sitters. He wouldn't mind obliging when they say, "I'm just going to run down the road a moment" but if the child were to get hurt, he wouldn't know what to do. One ol his pet gripes is the too-cluttered house. People know he is to come on a par- ticular day. But often when he arrives at the job, a room may be so cluttered he can hardly move, much less put up a ladder. If he is working by the hour he doesn't mind being a moving man but he doesn't want to move a bedroom set out of a room when he comes prepared to start work. ASK RIGHT QUESTIONS Some people are pennywise but don't think to ask ques- tions when they are getting an estimate. For example, when he paints a ceiling, he says, everything in the room must be covered, especially pain- tings, mirrors and frames. As long as he must cover everything himself, which takes time, he could paint the entire room for just a little bit more But he is seldom asked lor two estimates. He doesn't like to pick out colors. He'll take a swatch to a store and have the paint made up, but even then women may insist the color is not the same shade. Even white is not a definable color. There are many different ones, even in the off-white color range. OFF-WHITE POPULAR Off-white is popular, he says And people are painting rooms that go together in the same color. And white bath- rooms are back because peo- ple would rather put color into the accessories that can be changed at whim. He also advises considering the cost of painting when you decide to install louvre doors It raises the price of a job con- siderably. If you are planning to sell your house within a year or before you redecorate again it is best to pick white or light colors that people can deco- rate around or repaint easily rather than far-out wall-cov- erings Remember to remove all priceless antiques and senti- mental objects in any room that is to be painted or wall- covered And you should meet the painter at the door in an ac- ceptable costume "Baby-doll pyjamas are all right in the bedroom, but women shouldn't wear them to greet workmen at the door Many women talk about being fearful of strangers coming into their homes, but it is get- ting so some workmen are fearful YAMAHA ORGANS New and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 The Cultural Travel Club will meet at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Windsor Room of the Park Plaza for a holiday get- together. Travel films will be shown. Literature and infor- mation will be on hand for the coming season's escorted tours. Smorgasbord and refreshments available. Everyone welcome. Residents of Hardieville are asked to meet at 8 p.m. Mon- day at the Kiwanis Scout Hall to discuss hall improvements. Refreshments will be served The Women of the Moose No. 328 will hold the regular meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Members are asked to bring magazines and pocket books for exchange. Hostesses will be Anne Gorda and Alice Blascoe. Hadassah's big rummage sale will be held Thursday and Friday at 9 a.m. at 106 5th St. S. Featured will be men's, women's and children's clothing. The history department of the Mathesis Club will meet at p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. E. E. Button. 528 15th St. S The Minus One Club will hold a regular business meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Hall. Lunch will be served. Everyone welcome. Southminster Square Dance Learners Group will dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Hall. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. The Southminster Junior Girls' Choir will practice at p.m. Monday. All members take note of the ear- ly practice time for this Mon- day only. The regular monthly meeting of the Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Room 1 of the civic centre. All members and guests welcome. First United UCW units will meet as follows: Margaret Atkins. 2 p.m. Nov. 14 with Jean Smith. 645 22nd St. N.: Annie I. Chappell. 1.30 p.m. Nov. 12 with Reine Langworthy. 1320 4th Ave. N.: Jubilee. 8 p.m. Nov !2 with Grace Wilks, 201 Magrath Manor: Clara King. 8pm. Nov 4 with Gloria Onufrechuk. 530 21st St. S Emily Lytle. 2 p.m. Nov. 14 with Blanche Peck. 723 17th St. N Magcwan-Harlemen. 2 p m Nov. 14 with Dorothy Roadhouse. 1607 6th Ave S and Whitmore-Johnston. 8 p m. Nov. 14 with Betty Chollack for crafts, at the church. TV Lethbridge Christian Worren's Club is spoasonng a lunrreon at 1 15 p m Monday at Kricksen's. Special feature will be a microwave oven by Marilyn Talrm. district home economist Waller Goertzen will be soloist and guest spt-aker will be Shirley Krauso. Lethbridge homrmaker For reservations call Anne Dalgliesh aU28-6897 or Penner, 327-3251 Nursery service available Discipline in the school, on the playground and on the will be the main topic at the meeting of Westminster Parent-Teacher Organization at 7 30 p m Monday at West- minster School, 402 18th Si N The Lethbridge Christian Business and Professional Women's Council invites all women to a dinner at p.m. Monday at Ericksen's. Tupperware will be featured by Rita Biesbrock. A ladies trio, led by Anne Treber, will provide the music. Guest speaker is Shirley Krause, a Lethbridge homemaker. For reservations call 327-7009. Laurel Chapter No. 43, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold the regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Hall. Visiting members welcome McKillop UCW units will meet as follows: Carefoot, 8 p.m. Monday with Mrs. L. G. Carefoot, 1313 30th St. S.; Rosaine, 2 p.m. Tuesday with Mrs. C R. Forry, 627 19th St. S.: Liska. 8pm. Tuesday with Mrs. Janet Wiebe. 1417 16th Ave. S.. Bevan, a.m. Wednesday with Mrs. K. V. Robin. 3008 llth Ave. S.: Haszard, 1 p.m. Wednesday in the church lounge, a dessert program meeting; and Reed, at 8 p.m Thursday with Mrs. R. F. Sewers. 2209 26th St. S. The Ladies Aid of St. Peters and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold the regular meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the parish hall. Hostesses will be Mary Mihalik and Mary Nickolson. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch LETHBRIDGE-EAST CONSERVATIVES DON'T MUFF OUR CHANCE VOTE 4 JOHN FORTUNE 1.1 for M.L.A. CANDIDATE MEET JOHN AT AN OPEN HOUSE 2219-19th Street South SATURDAY, NOVEMBER to p.m. East Lethbridge Progressive Conservative Nomination Meet- ing will be held at the El Rancho Convention Centre, Monday, November 4th at p.m. THIS ADVERTISEMENT INSERTED BY JEWELLERY and ACCESSORIES College Mall Lethbridge FACTORY DEMONSTRATOR QUORUM SCHITTKO Professional Factory Desicner ana ve Stitcher (native o1 West Germany) will be al Elna White Sewing Centre demonstrating the sewing techniques possible with Elna out-stretches (hem all! fTCT CQQGOCtt WOITI STflFrCH STITCH sunn smTCH STITCH STITCH STITCH WW V 1-' V Phone 327-8877 or 327-8818 323 5th Street South Nov. 7, 8, 9 THURSDAY. NOV. 7 10 a.m.-12 Noon 7 p.m.-9 p.m. FRIDAY, NOV, 8 10 a.m.-12 Noon 7 p.m.-9 p.m. SATURDAY. NOV. 9 10 a.m.-12 Noon you can become part- owner of your own Financial Institution .n yoj -di saM' 1 facts Union "nai1 coupon 'fee txx> el Thf CO" CREDIT UNION FEDERATION OF ALBERTA ;