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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Oddities in the News JOHANNESBURG (AP) -Naked jogging has startled evening strollers in three cities this month. Several collegiate clubs have for years required such a sprint to initiate new members. One eschews complete nudity, stipulating that all Candida es wear a carefully asphalt paving - 327-3610 1 TOLLESTRUP Construction Co. ltd SAND and GRAVEL PHONE 328-2702 - 327-3610 knotted club tie. At the University of Cape Town naked cricket teams took the field for a brief session. Their wicket was in front of the women's dormitory. This year, instead of a return match of cricket in the raw, Cape Town students reverted to a simple run by 50 nude students near the campus. They timed their appearance to greet moviegoers emerging from the last show. NEWARK, England (AP) - Farmer Walter Cross got a bargain when he went to market. As he bid for a sow, she gave birth to a piglet in the middle of the auction ring. By the time he had paid �35 for the sow, he had 12 pigs to take home-mother and 11 squeaking piglets. MRS. HELEN HANSEN FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE- SOUTH, 1 MILE EAST AND % MILE SOUTH FOREMOST, ALBERTA TUESDAY, OCT. 26 - 9.30 a.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Having b..n favoured with instructions from Mrs. H.l.n Hanson, who has rontod her farm, wo will offer for sal. th. following lint of household items and farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or ago and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS: CASH OR FEED GRAIN THE DAY OF THE SALE, with settlement in full before removal from the farm or V* cash day of sale on items as announced at the sale and balance on or before March 1st, 1972 with possession only after payment has been made in full. Grain accepted on items of $500.00 value or more as part payment or in full at: 90c on No. 1 Wheat and 70c on Barley. Samples to be shown at sale and grain must be delivered to the farm before possession of equipment is granted. 4 TRACTORS 1-IHC model TD14A cat wide track with bulldozer. Serial no. TDF30706; 1-Farmall model M tractor; 1-IHC model r-D9 wide track cat with new motor and new pins and rollers in tracks; 1-IHC model 660 diesel tractor. 10 TRUCKS AND CARS 1-1949 Ford 3 ton truck with hoist and 250 bushel box; 1-1947 Ford 3 ton truck with gravel box and hoist; 1-4 wheel drive Ford army truck; 1-1935 Ford truck; 1 - 1952 Zephyr car sedan. 1-1949 Ford 1 ton truck with 33 ft. 3olden Arrow sprayer; 1 - 1964 Mercury 4 wheel drive Vt ton truck; 1-GMC 3A ton truck; 1-1948 GMC 1V4 ton truck with box and hoist; 1-1956 Mercury model 700 3 ton truck with 350-400 bus. grain box and hoist. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-rubber tired No. 36 old style combine; 1-Cockshutt self propelled No. 419 swather, 14 ft. 6 TRAILERS 1-32 ft. High Boy semi-trailer with 900x20 tires and oir brakes; 1-4 wheel rubber tired wagon with grain box; 1-house trailer 14'x8'; 1-2 wheel trailer; 1-4 wheel rubber tired with flat deck; 1-4 wheel rubber tired wagon with rock box. MACHINERY 1-John Deere No. 1100 16 ft. surf lex; 1-Noble 14 ft. straight blade; 1-22 ft. wing style Graham plow; 3-sections of harrows and draw bars; 3-10 ft. 500 centre drive red weeders; 1-Noble 14 ft. straight blade, lever lift; 1-32 ft. Robin grain loader; 1-John Deere paddle grain loader; 1 - grain tank box; 1-stone boat; 1-gravel box and hoist; 1 - 34 ft. Mayrath grain auger; 3-7 ft. IHC model K press drills with grass seeder attachments; 1-14 ft. John Deere press drill; l-Success 3 yard hyd. scraper; 1-14 ft. field cultivator; 1- John Deere hammer mill; 1-John Deere No. 1200, 20 ft. surf lex; 1-33 ft. Golden Arrow weed sprayer; 2-section of non-plug packers; 1- Massey Harris no. 28 15 ft. discer; 1-Chrysler power unit; 1-V snow plow, large unit; 2-steel gravel boxes; 1-grain box with stock racks,-; 1-10 ft. double disc; 1 - 10 ft. one way; 1-Bear Cat hammer mill No. 4A; 1-24 ft. IHC rod weeder; 1-Hume-Love pickup reel; 1 - Massey Ferguson parallel bar rake, like new; 1-hay sweep; 1-power take off Oliver manure spreader;; 1-Kirchner hydro king front end loader; 1-20 ft. seeder attachment for John Deere surf lex; 1-Ford 3 point hitch mower; 1- sprayer field marker; 1-seed treater; 1-New Holland No. 78 baler with motor; 1-bale buncher; 1-harrow draw bar; 1-Sam Mulkey bale elevator, 20 ft.; 1-14 ft. Noble V blade; 1- Jockan rock picker; 1-Ford 3 point hitch harrow; 1-multiple hitch draw bar for 2-14 ft. blades; 1-multiple hicth draw bar for 3-14 ft. drills; 2-Massey Harris No. 55 pickups. FUEL TANKS 1-130 gallon truck fuel tank; 1 - 1000 gallon fuel tank; 1-500 gallon field fuel tank with custom built heavy duty 4 wheel trailer. FARM BUILDINGS, LUMBER AND FEEDERS 2-Warner hog feeders; 1-hog barn, aprox. 16x12; 1-cottle self feeder, 30x16 and 10 ft. high, Ideal chaff and ground hay feedings; 1-portable hopper on steel wagon* 2-wooden hog feeders; large quantity of lumber, shiplap and planks; 1-16x24 insulated hog barn or chicken house, wired. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS 1-portable welder with gas motor;; 6-steel cow stanchions; 6-large folding garage doors; 1-8x7 garage door; 1-Edbro truck hoist; 1- 16 ft. MF combine reel; 1-14 ft. MF combine reel; quantity of burning barrels; 1-wooden tool box for half ton truck; 1-wooden water trough; quantity of page wire; quantity of heavy wheel weights; 3-sets of half ton stock racks; 2-coal tank heaters; 1-drill press; 1- block-imith forge; 1-Clayton gas motor; ;1-truck tarp; 2-25-lb. greaser; 1-power jig saw; 1-Kohler light plant, 1500 watts.-1-Wisconsin irrigation power unit, 3" pump; 1-Link seed leaner; 1- Henrich stock waterer; 1-Speedy air compressor; 1-platform scale; 2-steel water troughs; 1-large John Deere hyd. cylinder; Quantity of pipe fittings; 1-garden pump unit; 1-Wisconsin 12 hp gas motor; gas cans,- 1-cattle oiler; quantity of V belts; quantity of cedar shingles; 1-car top carrier; 1-furnace; several Jerry cans; 1-spare tire and wheel for 3 ton truck; 1-endless belt; 1-oil heater; hydraulic jacks; quantity of electric wire; 1-5th wheel unit; 1 - Ford 3 ton truck motor; 1-oil heater; 1- Charlyn hydraulic unit; 1-Kirks furnace; approx. 200 ft. of 3" well casing; 100 ft. of 3" aluminum pipe and sprinkler; 200 ft. of aluminum pipe and sprinkler; shovels - forks - crow bars - log chains - grease fillers - hammers - wrenches - saws. etc. And many more shop tools too numerous to mention. SADDLE PONY 1-Welsh saddle pony, gentle. HOUSEHOLD 1-Teco lawn mower; 1-6 volt cor radio; 2-Coleman gas lanterns; 1-Maytag wringer washer; 1-kitchen sink with left hand drain board with taps; 1-bathroom sink; 1-milking machine vacuum pump,l - bird cage and stand; 1-pole lamp; screen doors and windows; 3-dozen fruit jars, 2 qt. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is a very large sale, so plan on coming early. The choice is very wide and of fair quality and condition. This sale also affords many farmers the opportunity to unload surplus feed grain for farm machinery. Plan to attend. SALE CONDUCTED BY handley auction AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information Phone 345-3534 Remember the weather is no problem in our plastic tent , AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS Saturday, October 23, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 15 enter every week! enter often! TO BONANZA IN PRIZES! BIG WEEKS! (TILL DEC. 18th)  93 BIG PRIZES  9 PRIZES EVERY WEEK  CAR DRAW - DEC. 24  TRIP FOR 2 - DEC. 18 PRESENT A    DOWNTOWN SHOPPERS' S OVER Featuring 2 GRAND PRIZES! Ifrom . . . AMA WORLD TRAV AIR CANADA TRIP FOR 2 2 WEEKS IN JAMAICA MONTEGO BAY leave Doc. 20, Jan. S, 15, 29, Feb. 13 Retail Value) $878.00 from , , . NERSON'S Of Course! 1972 FIRENZA THE FINEST IN LOW COST TRANSPORTATION Retail Value $2279 ALL ENTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR GRAND PftlZESI JUST 9 OF THE 93 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY YOUR DOWNTOWN MERCHANTSI From  o o From Draffin's Downtown Drug Store S J0a GREEN'S SHOES 401 5th Street South I U 401 5th Street South Phone 327-3364 $25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE 324 6th Street S. - Phone 327-2982 2 Pairs Buster Brown Shoes (Boy's or Girls') From   � Gast Home Harmony Centre 1252 3rd Ave. S. - Phone 327-8079 BROWN LEATHERETTE VINYL HASSOCK From DOWNTOWN - 606-608 3rd Avenue South 20-PIECE CROWN'LYNN IRONSTONE SET From New World Restaurant 329 5th STREET SOUTH - PHONE 327-4025 TWO CHINESE DINNERS FOR FIVE From . . . HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERINGS 909 3rd Avenue S. - Phone 327-5454 $25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE From . From MEN'S CLOTHES 321 7th Street South - Phone 327-2073 MEN'S DRESSING GOWN DOUG'S MUSIC & SPORTS 404 5th Stnsl S. - Phone 327.5751 CARLTON 39 BADMINTON RACKET ^**m3QEBl1 615 4th Avenue South - Phone 327-7300 One Pair of Ladies' Gold Cross Dress Shoes ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS! DOWNTOWN HAS EVERYTHING!' ;