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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 25, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD IS Find oil LIMA, Peru (Router) Peruvian stale corporation an- nounced, yesterday it had sunk another successful oil well to the northeast Amazon jungle area, the fifth strike since ex- ploration began there in July last year. Police get sack MANILA (AP) Eighty-four more policemen, including seven chiefs of police, were sus- pended by the Philippines police commission in its, continuing drive to clean up "undesirable law the department of public information announced S'jnday. ALEX SERA FARM AUCTION SALE 2 MILES EAST AND 3 MILES NORTH COALDALE, ALBERTA TUES., NOV. 28th -11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH the day of the sale with settlement in full be- fore removal from the premises with special arrangements of cash day of sale and balance on or before Mar. 1st, 1973 on sprinkler outfit, tractors and some larger farm equipment as announced at the sale with possession and right to use or remove any or all such equipment only after settlement has been made in full. Having been favoured with Instructions from Mr. Alex Sera, who has relired from forming, we wiH offer for sale the following line of farm machinery and household items as listed below, which is merely a guide and In no way a war- ranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the -ale. TRACTORS John Deere 2510 Row Crop Gas Tractor with 3 point hitch, power lock axle, power brakes, power steering. Case 900B Diesel Tractor, power steering, dual hydraulics, 18.4x34 tires. 1-Cockshutt Model 50 Diesel Tractor. TRUCKS 1-1964 CMC Camper Special Vi Ton, 292 motor, overload springs, heavy duty transmission and reor axle, wide side. 1-1955 Mercury 600 Truck, heavy duty V-8 motor, springs, 5 speed transmission, 2 speed axle, 900x20 tires, Renn twin cylinder 12 ton hoi't, 14' combination beet box. ft. Camperette. MISC. AND SHOP TOOLS Quantity of shovels, log chains, socket wrenches, open- end wrenches, forks, log chains, bolts, etc.; Several hydraulic cylinders Jocobsen 18" lawn mower; gallon gas tanks with stands; 1- 200 gallon gas tank; 1-Sioux heavy duty portable grinder and sender, like new; 250 amp electric welder; 1 acetylene outfit; 1 floating pump, new condition; Briggs 6 h.p. gas engine and Hi" garden pump and lines, sprinklers, etc.; 1 1 !i gar- den pump with electric motor; Many livestock supplies, etc.j Cattle feed troughs; Quantity of cattle show equipment such as halters, curry combs. MACHINERY 1-1970 Case CRT 56 moidboard plow, 5-16" bottoms, rubber tires, hydraulic lift, quick release bottoms, throw away shares, plowed 80 acres approx.; Cockshutl chisel plow, 14 ft. shovels and chisels (like 1 1964 IHC press drill, 24 run, 6" spacing, with fertilizer attach- ment; 1 1961 Caulkins rod weeder, 14 ft. centre drive, rubber trres; Deere 10 ft. rod weeder, steel wheels; 1 1963 IHC spring tooth harrows, 8 sections with steel wheeled hitch; 12 ft. field cultivator, steel wheels; 5 bottom 14" plow, steel wheels (good 1-1967 John Deere 9 ft. 3 pt. dozer blade; 1-1971 Schultz 175 bus. manure spreader {like Deere 75 bus. manure spreader; Mayrath augers, 10 ft. and 16 ft.; Diamond harrows with drillslem pipe hitch; Sections Diamond harrows and hitch; flexible harrows and hitch; flexible harrows and hitch; wheel airplane tired wagon; Massey Ferguson No. 12 baler, has done about bales; Kirch- ner 5 ft. ditcher; 1-Meyers V ditcher; ditch filler; 1_1960 New Holland No. 56 rollabar hay rake, rubber tires; 24' bole elevator on wheels, Va horse electric mo- tor; 10 ft. Neufeldt land leveller; Crowfoot packers, 15 ft., 3 sec. SPRINKLER OUTFIT 1 1966 Case 377 propane and natural gas pumping unit with Berkeley B 6J-CW 6" 8" pump large screen, this unit handles 1 mile of sprinkler nicely; main lines 16 with valves; 6" main lines, 14 with valves; 7 valve openers, elbows, T's, etc.; 1-1969 2 unit major wheel move (over half mile) consisting of 54 quick demountable 4" pipes, 12 5', all with self levelling risers, 2 heavy duty Pierce movers with dual clutch, Briggs engines; Miller 4" x 40' hand move sprinkler pipe, end -risers; 3 pipe trailers; Approximately 50 Buckner ume rocker sprinkler heads. SUGAR BEET EOUIPT. 1 1968 Kirchner beet top loading elevator (to fit top 1 1970 John Deere and Kirchner (combined) 6 row, 3 point hitch beet cultivator, complete with all tools, guide, fins, guage 1-Beetland packers, 14 ft., 3 section. HOUSEHOLD Gourmet 4 burner electric double oven range; 1-General Electric Talisman model frost free 12 ft. refrigerator; house automatic inghouse natural gas dryer (matching cream separator. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALTA. "Serving the South by Word of Mouth" For further information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner ROGER HAND1EY Lie. No. 010121 AUCTIONEERS: FRED BURTON Lie. No. C05615 IES HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Search ends for missing politician ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) United States Air Force offi- cials said Friday the 39-day search for the missing light air- plane carrying Hale Boggs, Democratic leader of the House of Representatives, and three others has been suspended. The twin-engine Cessna 310 disappeared the morning of Oct. 16 on a flight from An- chorage to Juncau. Aboard the plane with Boggs were Alaska's lone U.S. con- gressman, Nick Begich, Russell L. Brown, an aide to Begich, and Don E. Jonz, the pilot of the aircraft. Since the search began, mili- tary and private aircraft have flown more than hours and covered more than square miles along the 560-mile flight path. Boggs had been in Alaska on a campaign tour for Begich who won reflection Nov. 7 to a sec- ond consecutive term in Con- gress. Boggs also was re-elected. Wet holiday declared in Ontario TORONTO (CP) New Year's Eve, which this year falls on a Sunday, will be a wet one for year-end revellers hi Ontario. John Clement, minister of consumer and commercial re- lations, announced today in the legislature that regu- lations will be amended to permit taverns and other li- cenced establishments to open- Dec. 31 from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. In addition, licenced dining rooms and dining room lounges will be permitted to serve from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., as well as from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. CIVILIZED CITY TORONTO (CP) Ths peo- ple of Toronto have every rea- son to be proud of their city. It is the most civilized city in North America, said Vance Packard, prominent American social critic, in a visit here. NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have fewer accidents, fewer home fires. That's why we can in- sure for less. If you're a non-drinker, can you afford not lo look into Abstainers' insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY only CsnJHIian Company providing tulomobito THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE is now accepting applications for the 1973 SPRING SEMESTER which commences January 9, 1973. Deadline for applications is December 1, 1972 Applications received after this date will be considered only as time permits. THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE offers Bachelor degrees in Education and Arts and Science (including Fine Arts (art) and In-depth and highly-individualized study is available in the following areast THE ARTS, EDUCATION, THE HUMANITIES, NATURAL, PHYSICAL, SOCIAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE provides instruction acceptable for transfer with credit to professional schools and faculties in the following areas: AGRICULTURE LAW BUSINESS MEDICINE DENTISTRY NURSING (POST-BASIC) ENGINEERING PHARMACY HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS VETERINARY MEDICINE Information on application procedures and programs of study may be obtain- ed from tho Office of the Registrar, University of Lethbridge, phone 328-2231. Canada used as stop-over by hijackers OTTAWA (CP) Several American aircraft hijackers were permitted to come to Can- ada last year, an immigration department spokesman said Friday. He would not give an exact number, but said it was "be- tween six and 12." The hijackers, disillusioned with their life of exile in Cuba, were permitted to use Canada as a stop-over on their way back to the United States to face authorities, he said. The spokesman said the event took place "between 12 and IB months ago." A Nov. 20 article, in an Ameri- can publication, The Nation, brought the story to light. The article said in part: "Contrary to an impression Americans have received, of the 70 air pirates that lave sought refuge in Cuba, about 12 have been deported voluntarily to Canada as common criminals or mentally disturbed persons. On what terms Canada received them and whether any made their way back to the U.S. has not been disclosed." NONE HERE None of the hijackers re- mained in Canada, the immi- gration spokesman said, since Canadian law forbids the crimi- nals and mentally disturbed persons be accepted for landed immigrant status in this coun- try. The group was voluntarily de- ported from Cuba to Canada and came by ship to Saint John, K.B. They remained there long enough to be deported to the United States and were turned over to American authorities under guard. The spokesman said the process of deporting the hijackers could take "less than an hour." What became of the hijackers after their return to the U.S. and whether they have since been tried is not known. The hijackers were sent to Canada first because there are no diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States. The spokesman said similar ar- rangements have been made in the past with countries such as Mexico and Spain. In Ottawa, the Cuban em- bassy said they had no knowl- edge of the event. Immigration authorities at the American embassy said they would only have been ap- proached had one or more of the hijackers been deported without being an American citi- zen. Canada would have had to request permission to deport the hijackers in this case. Quits over hunt LONDON (Heuter) A Brit- ish member of Parliament, Eric Heffer, has resigned from the Royal Society for the Pre- vention of Cruelty to Animals following its failure to censure Princess Anne's participation in a fox hunt. Reports that the procedure war arranged jointly through diplomatic channels in Cuba, Canada and the United States were questioned by a spokes- man for the department of ex- ternal affairs. He said he had no information of such an ar- rangement and suggested that plans could have been made by way of Interpol and through department of immigration. SNOW TIRE OFFER 2nd TIRE ,58 SUPER WINTERIDE TWO FOR ONLY Wide 78 series tread Quick sure traction Whisper quiet on snowless roads Full 4 Ply Nylon OR... INSTALL KIRK'S OWN FAMOUS FOR QUALITY HEROYAL SNOWPLOW RETiEADS AThess ore your best tire buy Completely Guaranteed They carry the same guarantee as brand new tires and all sizes are now gfl QE available at Kirk's at Guaranteed Savingsl lExample: SIZE H-78-IS, ONLY EACH.............. I (With (WHITEWALLS 1.00 EXTRA) Trade) let Our SERVICE DEPARTMENT Get Your Car or Truck In Shape For Hard Winter Driving Coming Soon! Brakes 9 Balance Shocks 9 Alignment by the experts in our Service Department Call Us for an Appointment Soon! AVAILABLE Credit Plan Available At Usual Rate! TIRE SALES LTD. Lethbridge 1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 Taber 6201 50th Avenue Phone 223-3441 Fernie, B.C. Phone 423-7746 DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE MERCHANTS Are OVER DOWNTO ALL EXPENSE PAID TRIP BY AIR TO for a FAMILY of FOUR PLUS the trip at your own convenience if you I ike I ALL EXPENSE PAID TRIP FOR TWO TO BEAUTIFUL BY AIR SPENDING MONEY Trip may be arranged to suit your own convenience to you may enjoy the ttmo of your life! ALL ENTRIES aro Hi- gibli for tho draw on iho two Grand Prizes to made on television Dccom- btr 24th, 1972. IN PRIZES! 2 PRIZES 10 PRIZES WEEKLY FOR 7 BIG WEEKS! ENTER OFTEN! ENTER EVERY WEEK! LAST WEEK'S CECILLIA FLYNN 1617 6th Ave. S., lethbridge RON VAN RYN 70S 12th SI. B N., lethbridge I. P. ABLONCZY Box 512, Brooks, Altn. BERTHA VAURA Picture Butte MRS. JENNIE BARVIR Box 132, Picture JACK DAVIES 1001 3rd Ave. S. I HORST KERBER Shouprincssy T. SPANOS Box 67lr Lcthbridfio CLARICE V. SCHINDLER 1401 17lh St. S. JEANETTE DIESDROCK 938 13lh St. S. ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT PARTICIPATING DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS WITH WINDOW SIGNSII ;