Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, October 17, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 23 Deadly Cholera Epidemic Spreads ISTANBUL (AP) - Istanbul is in the grip of a deadly cholera epidemic, Turkish health officials acknowledged today. The disease is spreading to other towns in Turkey, according to reports reaching here, A widespread inoculation campaign got under way today. The official death toll now stands at 22, but some other reports put it over 50 and rising Plans To Defy War Bill VANCOUVER (CP) - The Vancouver Liberation Front said Friday it will hold a pro-FLQ demonstration in downtown Vancouver today in defiance of Ottawa's emergency war measures legislation. VLF spokesmen Bob Enoch and Ian Hyman said that if this means they and other VLF members will go to prison under the measures, then they are all ready to go. rapidly. The reports say more than 2,000 are in hospital, a large proportion of them children. Some hospitals were filled to overflowing and many patients were being turned away. Leaves for doctors and nurses were cancelled. The sale of fruit and vegetables from open stalls was forbidden by a government decree Thursday. Street-sellers of cooked fish and meat also were banned. Cholera, resulting from bad food and water, causes deadly dehydration in its victims. In the worst affected slums, the smell of plague was in the air. Homes which suffered deaths were marked with bright yellow signs, ai^d exit and entry strictly prohibited for five days. The dead were buried in quicklime and emergency graveyards were being prepared. striking at slums all around this Tlie disease was reported city of 2.8 million. Montreal Tense, Gloomy GOVERNMENT OWNED SURPLUS EQUIPMENT FOR SALE BY TENDER TRUCKS AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT SALE NO. 1000-70 Tenders will be received at the office of the Alberta Commercial Branch, laio Centennial Building 10015 - 103 Avenue, Edmonton IS, not later than 5:00 p.m., November 3rd, 1970. The following summary Indicates the class and kind of Items to be disposed of at the locations shown. Space does not permit compelte listing here of all Items offered, however, please note that complete details including reserve prices and Conditions of Sale and Purchase are contained in TENDER FORMS which are available at all locations listed, as v/ell as ANY TREASURY BRANCH or the ALBERTA COMMERCIAL BRANCH. DISPLAY PERIOD: All Items open for Inspection October 19th to November 3rd, 1970, Inclusive, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at locations indicated below EDMONTON: LOCATION NO. 1 ALBERTA COMMERCIAL BRANCH WAREHOUSE, 7650 - 121 Avenue. Phone 474-tm 25-V2 Ton Pickups; 5-Vs Ton Panels; 8-'/4 Ton Pickups; 1-1 Ton CtC; 9-4x4s; 4 stake Racks - 1 to 3 Ton; 11-3Vj Tons CtC's; 2-31/2 Ton Box and Hoists; 5-5 Ton SInqle Axles; 2 Tandems. LOCATION NO. 2 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD, 6312 - 50 Street. Phone 469-0431 Unit Crane Golden Arrow Spayerj 500 Gal. Pioneer Crusher Farm Wagon Screening Plant 8 Wheel Single Axle Lowboys Barber Green Asphalt Finisher less goose neck Barber Green Asphalt Mixer and Drier King Fifth Wheel Assemblies Letourneau Westinghouse Motor Front and Rear Truck Axle Scrapers Assemblies Robin Nodwell Scout Car Cabooses Austin Western Motor Grader 99H Skid Shacks Boom Truck w/18000 No. Winch and Shawnee Front End Loader Attach. 25' to 40' Tele Boom Irrigation Pump Earth Auger 10" Mounted on 1963 Ford Llttleford Roller 3'/�i Ton Chassis F600 Onan 10KW Light Plants Letourneau Scraper 014 Globe Hoist John Deera Crawler w/front End Wausau Truck Snow Wings Loader Hay Loader Overshot Boom Truck Decks 8'x18' w/18000 No. Gehl Forage Blower Winch and Lattice Booms McCormIck Swather 10' P.T.O. Conveyors, 18"x24' and 24"x30' New Holland Forage Harvester 616 Eastern Steel Sander w/Sub Frame and Coutts 24' Grain Auger Hoist Ford Flail Mower Dump Boxes w/Holst and Sub Frame 56 Tons cold Rolled Steel, 7'x10' 26 Guage Dry 37"x87'/i" Sheets. Flat Deck 8'xlO' Offers can be considered on all or any Lerol Compressor amount. Snow Blower Bros. IB"-36"x46" Concrete Pipe Many other Items - to numerous to list CALGARY: ALBERTA COMMERCIAL BRANCH WAREHOUSE, 3659 MANCHESTER ROAD, S.E. 4-V4 Ton Pickups; 6-1/2 Ton Panels; 1-% Ton Pickup; 1-% Ton Panel; 2- Travelalls; 2-4x4 Pickups; 1-1 Ton CiC; 12-31/2 Ton C&C; 1-5 Ton Box and Sander; Austin Western 99H Motor Grader; Bin Batcher c/w Scales; Ford 8N Tractor w/6' Mower; 3-Patchmoblles w/spare, 2 Sprockets, gear and ginlon; 2 Boggles w/springs. OWDEN: BOWDEN INSTITUTION, ALBERTA Cockshuft Combine; Cockshutt Swather 12 ft.; John Deere Binder 10 ft.; John Deere Tractor. EDSON: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 6-1/2 Ton Pickups; 1-2 Ton CiC; 1-1 Ton Pickup; 1-1 Ton Panel; 1-3 Ton C&C. GRANDE PRAIRIE: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 1-31/2 Ton w/Box and Sander; }-Vi Ton Panel; 1 Austin Western Motor Grader 99H w/Snow Wing; 2-Austin Western Graders 99H; 1 Letourneau Scraper; 1-Wooldrldge Scraper; 1-Farm Wagon; 1-Pettlbone Backhoe Attach.; 1-Gravel Hopper w/stand and Grizzly; 1-1500 Gal. Water Storage Tank. GRIMSHAW: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 3-1/2 Ton Pickups; 2-31/2 Ton CiC; 1-Tool Caboose; 1-Barber Green Self Feeding Bucket Loader; 22 Misc. Crusher Screens; 1-Gravel Hooper w/ReclprocatIng Feeder; 1-D-8 Canopy; 1-20'xl8" Conveyor on 2 Wheel Trailer. HIGH LEVEL: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 6 Cabooses LITTLE RED RIVER RANGER STATION SITE One Bedroom Cottage 22'x26', LS 9 and 10, Sec. 28-108-N5. Deadline tor Removal - December 31, 1970. HIGH PRAIRIE: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 6 Cabooses KINUSO: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 125' Steel Through Truss Bridge Less Timber, Decking and Stringers; 10 Ton Cap., approx. 45,000 lbs. Dismantled and match marked. LAC LA BICHE: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 1-31/2 Ton CtC; 1-D7 Cat Tractor w/cable control and dozer; Dozer blades for Austin Western 99M Grader; 1-Caboose; 2-D8 Cats w/Hydraulic Dozer (Not Mobile). LETHBRIDGE: LETHBRIDGE PROVINCIAL GAOL 1-Press Drill Cockshutt w/grass seed attachment; 1-Potato Digger; 1- Hammer Mill, 14" w/Cyclone 25'plDe; 1-Hammer mill Case 10" w/Cyclonc only; 1-Swather 12' Cockshutt P.T.O. w/Transport Truck; 2-Power Binders; l_Thresher Case 24"; 1-Pig Loader; 1 Sulky Rake; 3-Single Row Horse Cultivators. FORT MACLEOD: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD ,(_3/4 Ton Pickups; 2-1/2 Ton Pickups; 2-1/2 Ton Panels; 6-3V2 Ton C&C's; 1-Land Rover; 1-3 Ton Box and Hoist; 2 Cabooses; 1-Ford V8 Power Unit w/4 speed transmission; 1-Barber Green Asohalt Mixer less motor; 1-.laeger Asphalt Mixer; 1-Gravel Drier; 1-Pettlbone Backhoe Attach.; 1-Fnur Wheel Truck Chassis; 1-Front Axle; 1-Dual Axle; 1 Axle with MEDiONE HAT: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 1_1 Ton w/Service Box; 1-1 Ton C&C; 1-D4 Cat w/loader; 1-Austin Western 99L Grader w/snow wing; 2-Austin Western 99H Graders; 2- Wooldrldge Scrapers; Wylle Patchmoblle w/spare parts; Richardson Rotary Snow Blower for mounting on Farm Tractor w/P.T.O. Assy; Eastern Steel Box w/.";ander. RED DEER: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD )_3/4 Ton 4x4 Pickup; 4-1/2 Ton Pickups; 3-V4 Ton Pickups; 3 - Molt Mowers. SLAVE LAKE: DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS YARD ST. VaUu"d'e^PARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD 2-Austin Western No. 12 Pull Graders Hydraulic; 1-Letourneau 014 Scraper; 1-Bucyrus Erie Scraper. WHITECOURT: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT YARD I-Richardson 18h Pull Grader ^ , ^ The Public Is invited to inspect this equipment and submit tenders ....... �� ble. NEWS FROM THE NORTH - Washington newspapers keep track of happenings in Canada. \ew Typhoon IVloves Toward Philippines From Reuter-AP MANILA (CP) - A new typhoon was reported today heading toward the Philippines, which thi-ee days ago suffered a heavy battering from Typhoon Sening. The government's disaster control centre said more than 300 persons were killed and Motor Car Main Cause Of Pollution CALGAEY (CP) - A report on air pollution in the city says the motor vehicle is thia major cause of pollution and recommends its use be discouraged in tbs downtown section. The city pollution committee said here that higher vehicle taxation, stiff parking rates and improved public transpartation facilities would help overcome the problem. The rep ort said freeways were self-defeating and instead of spending more money on roads, the city should make greater efforts to develop a rapid transit system. To discourage the use of cars downtown, the report recommended: -vehicle taxation based on gas consumption and' six with stiff rates aimed at powerful cars. -higher property taxes on parking lots which offer weekly and monthly rates -increased fines for parking violations -control of exhaust gases on a weight-mile basis -use of vehicle testing centres with the emphasis on ex-haiist and noise control. Denis Fed Up Right To Here With Edna STOCKPORT, England (AP) - Denis Spinks said today three marriages and three divorces with the same woman are enougb-he's not going to try again. "Edna and I are finally fin-iiSied" Spinks, a 50-year-old taxi driver, said. Spinks's history of marital indedsion began in 1942, when he was a gunner in the Royal Artillery and Edna was in the Women's Air Force. They got married. She divorced him for desertion in 1952. They were married again in 1960 and she divorced him- again for desertion-in 1954 The third marriage began in 1966 and ended yesterday. "All I got out of marriage was about �1,000 ($2,500) worth of bills, �600 spent on divorces, �250 for wedding receptions and �40 for three rings" Spinks said. "I'm getting married again but not to Edna," he said. The former Mrs. Spinks, 49, commented: "I wish Denis all the best." thousands made homeless when Sening struck southern and central Luzon Wednesday with winds of 90 miles an hour. The new typhoon, namec". Ti-tang was located today about 600 miles southeast of Manila. Officials said 339 persons were confirmed dead in the provinces of Albany, Camarines Sur and Catanduanes in the first storm. At least 93 others were reported missing. Faitalifcies in other provinces pushed the death toll in the storm that hit Tuesday to more than 360. The Red' Ci-oss had reported earlier that aibout 300,000 people were homeless as a result of the typhoon, which caused damage over a 500-mile-long stretch of the islands. MONTREAL (CP) - Down-tovm Montreal, usually a bustling crossroad for casual stroUers, theatre-goers and night clubbers, prepared for a more sedate weekend. Army troops in full battle dress patrolled key centres in the city and most police activity was restricted to raids on known Front de Liberation du Quebec haunts. There was a notable absence of traffic policemen. Most available men concentrated on findiing the abductors of British envoy James (Jasper) Cross and Quebec Labor Minister Pierre La-porte. One theatre manager Friday night described the city as gloomy, tense and apprehensive. "Business is down all over the place," said Bert Kidger, manager of Loews Theatre. "The housewife is worried. She doesn't want to go out to the movies or any where else, she wants to stay In and listen to the news." PUBLIC RELIEVED Social, worker (3�oi-ge Du-plessis said: "I don't .think the public's really worried about the army coming in. It's something that should have happened a while back. The pubUc is more relieved-relieved to know there is that much help at hand. One person not happy with the police activity is Cecile Pacquette whose small confectionary store was mistakenly raided minutes after Prime Minister Trudeau's War Measures Act became effective. She said she was asleep at 4:30 a.m. Friday when two provincial policemen and two plainclothes officers raided tlie store. "It was a big shock at that time of the night, wlien you're awakened," she said. She said the police apologized for tlie intrusion. "I suppose evei7one can make a mistake." CLOSE UNIVERSITY About 100 students occupied the administrative offices of the Montreal campu-S of the University of Quebec Friday, forcing officials to close the institution until further notice. At Mc(}ill, about 300 students gathered for a rally in support of the FLQ outside the arts faculty building. Rose Trepainier, 26-year-old newlywed, said "people are very nervous." "I'm nervous. The radio and TV make me nervous. Every time I watch, I start thinking to myself 'what's going to happen'." New Canadian Chris Psom-iadis said he was used to trou- ble. He had served with the Greek merchant navy, experienced the Greek civil war in the late 1940s and immigrated to Canada after the 1965 uprising. "Now look what I've come in to," he said. "To me, its another terrorist uprising. The characteristics are similar to those in Greece where trouble started in just the same way with a few radical guys spoiling it for the masses." 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SPECIAL FURNITURE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, OCTOBER 19-7 p.m. TERMiS CASH NO RESERVE "Conditions of Sale and using the bid forms avallab! All sales to be made In accordance with the Purchase" outlined In the bid forms. All tenders to be accompanied by a certified cheque or money order for 10% of the amount of the tender and submitted to Alberta Commercial Branch, Room 1810 Centennial Building, 10015 - 103 Avenue, Edmonton 15, Alberta. For further Information and copies of tender form contact any of the above locations or: ANY TREASURY BRANCH ALBERTA COMMERCIAL BRANCH N. F. Wm. PIcard, Director Edmonton Office: Room 1810 Centennial Building Phons 429-S721 Calgary Office: Room 905 J. J. Bowlen Building Phone 268-8428 047 Money Order System Begins OTTAWA (CP) - A new computerized money ordei* system was officially inaugurated here by Jean Pierre Cote, minister responsible for the post office. Tlie system will use new billfold - size money orders, pre-prmted except for the date, amount and currency, in machine - readable symbols. The additional information will be filled m by postal wm-kers using typewriter-size imprinters similar to those used for credit cards in service stations. The names of senders and receivers wUl be filled in by customers. The new money oi-ders are negoti able without charge. They are available in Canadian, U.S. and British currencies. TROOPS MOVE IN - Map shows the movement of Canadian Armed Forces personnel Into the province of Quebec and Ottawa during the current FLQ crisis. Members of the CAF airborne regiment were flown from Edmonton to St. Hubert, outside Montreal. Troops from Camp Gagetown, N.B., have been moved to Vaicartier, near Quebec, to replace other troops sent into Quebec City and Montreal. Ottawa is guarded by troops from Camp Petawawa. TnT EQUIPMENT LTD. AUCTION Fall Reduction Sale SALE WILL BE HELD IN JOHN DEERE BUILDING IN CLARESHOLM FRIDAY, OCT. 30th 10 a.m. terms cash TRAaORS Massey Harris 44 Diesel Tractor. I.H.C. 560 Diesel with cab-very good condition. SWATHER AND COMBINES 1-John Deere 16 ft. pull type sv�Jther. 1-Massey Harris Model 27 combine. 1-Massey Harris Model 92 combine wind reel. CULTIVATORS, BLADES, RODWEEDERS 2-Model K 14' Noble Blades with hitch. 1-Model M Noble Blade. 1-8 foot Graham Hoeme cultivator. 1-I.H.C. 18 foot Vibra Shank cultivator. 1-John Deere rod weeder attachment for ^6' cultivator, 1-Edwards 18 ft. rod weeder attachment. 2-Model 400 John Deere rod weeders. DRILLS 3-John Deere disk drills. 1-John Deere 14' hoe drill with fertilizer attachment. 1 - 14 ft. Massey high wheel press drill. 1 - 12 ft. Kirshman fertilizer attachment. 1-14 ft. tiller seeder box. 24-John Deere 14 ft. fertilizer spreader. Victory drill transport. MISCELLANEOUS 1-Tandem axle assembly, with electric brakes; 1 - Ford front end loader-8N; 1-Manual 6 bale stooker; 1- 32 ft. 7" Robin grain auger; 1-41 ft. Mayrath grain auger; 1-27 ft. Mayrath grain auger; 2-7 ft. coil spring harrows; 1-Cockshutt 80 bushel manure spreader; 1-Chrysler slant 6 power unit; 1-Chrysler motor (overhauled); 1-Air compressor, 9 cubic 1 h.p. motor); Valve reseater; Hydraulic high pressure tester gauge; Electric tester (automobile and tractor); trouble lights and cords; 6-Hydraulic ram cylinders; Hydraulic hoses; 270 ft. pine rails, for fencing or corrals; 12-New recgp tires, for implements; Chain hoist; 4 drawer Snap On tool box; 1-4" vise; 75 pound anvil; hand tools, wrenches, wheel weights, V-belts, etc. fort macleod AUCTION MARKET; INTERNAIIONAI SJIES MANSDEMEOT FORI MACIUO AlBtHIA � CANAI M Bit lU P>.u-f40) ?]� 13 ;odI iEMEOT � HURLBURTos Nice dark wood china cabinet with rounded glass; beautiful old dining table and 6 chairs and matching buffet; dark wood bedroom suite with complete 54" bed, chest of drawers and dresser; Viking 2-door fridge, good; G-E fridge, approx. 9 cu. ft. (not very old); round oak dining table; I^ice brown chesterfield and chair; chrome table and 4 chairs; 12x19 green Wonda-Weave rug and underlay; dark wood bedroom suite; good chesterfield and chair; 2 chests of drawers; Emerson TV; Speed Queen automatic washer and matching electric di^er; 4 chrome chairs; Thor wringer washer; complete 48" bed; complete 39" bed; 2 hostess chairs; McClary 40" gas range; dark coffee table; 2 dark wood step tables; blonde step table; floorlamp; original oil paintmg; small mats; new tapestry; pole lamp; dishes; pots and pans; miscellaneous. NOTE: At there are not too many imali Items, this will net be a lengthy sale, so be on time. VIEWING SUN., OCT. 18, 2-4 AND ALL DAY MON. SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 458 TnT Equipment Phone - DON GREEN Business 235-3193 or 235-3625 Auctioneers KEN HURLBURT DAVE McNAB Lie. No. 274 Lie. No. 670 PHILLIP ANDERSON FARM AUCTION SALE Fourteen miles south of Pincher Creek on Waterton-Pincher Highway. Turn east on first road south of Shell Plant road and follovtr signs. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1970 SALE STARTS 10:00 A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS: CASH NO RESERVE MACHINERY John Deere Model 70 gas tractor, complete with front end loader; Graham Hoeme 9 foot cultivator; Allis Chalmers 14 foot single disc; Three bottom plow; Four sections of diamond harrows; Ten foot double disc drill; Eight foot Oneway. HAYING EQUIPMENT John Deere model 780 self propelled swather, complete with crimper and pickup reel. Powered by Wisconsin 37 h.p. air cooled engine, excellent condition; New Holland No. 270 power take off bailer; Eight foot side delivery roke; Fourteen foot dump rake; Rubber tired wagon. TRUCKS Chevrolet 1968 '4 ton truck, only 35,000 miles, 307 V-8 motor, 4 speed transmission, power lock rear end, stock racks. Dodge 1949 % ton power wagon, four wheel drive with winch, good motor. LIVESTOCK One two-year old Ayrshire milk cow with calf at side. One Jersey-Guernsey Cross milk cow with calf at side. HARNESS AND TACK EQUIPMENT Two complete sets of work harnesses. Two good pack saddles. One stock saddle. Various assortment of ropes, halters and bridles. SHOP EQUIPMENT Buzz saw with 20 foot endless belt; one post drill; one vise; anvil; two crowbars; assortment of wrenches; hammers; wire stretchers; scoop shovels; 4" pipe - various lengths; 20 lb. of spikest 150 ft. of plastic pipe. MISCELLANEOUS 500 gallon gas tank, complete with hose, nozzles ond stand; sixteen foot 4" grain auger; International Harvester fridge; one McClary propane stove AND MANY MORE ITEMS. fort macleod AUCTION MARKETm! INTERNATIONAL SALES MANAGEM ;fllRI M�Cl!OD - AlBERIA CUNA HURLBURTcs0 AUCTIONEERS KEN HURLBURT DAVE McNAB Lie. 274 lie. 670 7th Annual KCINOVISION WED., NOV. 4th-8:00-9:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council 1490 3 CAR TV BINGO PRIZES NEW MODEL CARS DONATION CARDS $3.00 EACH ONLY ONE EXTRA CARD AT $2.00 ALLOWED WITH EACH $3.00 CARD I (JIH-TV h-m1 If you have 4 cards In your name and win one of these new 197] cars - you also win a trip for 2 to fabulous Las Vegas plus extra bonus prizes. Buy your donation card early and qualify for a draw on 12" GE Portable TV, Bell & Howell Cassette Player and Reecorder, and a Sunbeam electric cooker deep fryer. Mail your entries together with your name and address to P.O. Box 1133 Lethbridge, to be received not later than 6 p.m., Monday, November 2nd, 1970.