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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 30, 1971 THE IETHMIDGE HEKAID IS GRAVEL SALE! overstocked on Vi Inch washed gravel. Thii gravel l> excellent for roads, parking areas, driveways, etc. Reg. Price eu. yd. SALE PRICE TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL CO. Ph. 327-4280 Huge antique collection to be auctioned EDMONTON (CP) Carman Coombs, who spent years col- lecting articles which he piled in his basement, is believed to have amassed one of the largest private antique collections in Canada. "It took two of us 214 weeks working eight hours a day in- cluding weekends just to cata- logue the a spokesman for the public trustees office said in an interview. More than items, many IN PRIZES! See Page 27 COALDALE MUTUAL TELEPHONE POLE AUCTION SALE At the Rodeo Grounds Mile East of COALDALE, ALBERTA Monday, Nov. 8 -1 p.m. Having received instructions from the directors of Coaldale Mutual Telephone Co., we will offer for sale by Public Auction the remainder of their assets as listed below to additions, deletions or errors as you may find them at the sale. The following list is merely a guide and in no way a committal on the part of the directors or the auctioneers. TERMS CASH the day of the sale. Possession only ofter items have been paid for in full. APPROXIMATELY 900 TELEPHONE POLES Of various lengths such as: 300-15 to T8 ft. poles; 300-20 to 23 ft. poles; 300-25 to 28 ft. poles. Balance in shorter lengths Approx. 15-30 ft. poles APPROXIMATELY 100 ROLLS TELEPHONE WIRE In !i and Vi mile rolls QUANTITY OF 4x4 CROSS ARMS Numerous other items such as Insulators, Junction Boxes, etc. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDAIE, 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 HANDIEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDIEY lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 JOHN J. ROTH FARM AUCTION SALE 14 miles north, 2 miles west of Nemiicam or 16 miles south, 2 miles west of Bow Island en Nemiscam road or 14 miles south, 2 miles east and 2 miles south of BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA FRIDAY, NOV. 5-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with Instructions from Mr. John J. Roth who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS 1 1966 No, 656 IHC diesel tractor and cab 1800 hours. Model "D" Tractors. Good running condition. TRUCKS 1-1959 Chev Yt ton. Chev. no. 1500 2 ton truck. Grain box, 200 bush., hoist, stock racks. COMBINE AND SWATHER 428 Cockshutt combine, Heston chopper, McCoy Renn Pickup 12'. SHOP TOOLS amp. Forney welder; welding rod; work bench; gas welder and cart; compressor; creeper; jack; 2-Bench vises; bench; drill. MACHINERY 1-12' landem disc; 1-14' Cockshutt chisel plow; 1-14' Jeoffroy rod attach.; 1 16' IHC no. 300 one way seeder with fert. attch. and 16' packer, hitch; Brant 7" grain 1 12 h.p. Kohler electric start motor; Macleods grinder; 1-12' 12V drill filler and treater; 1 faring mill'- !i h.p.; 1-125 IHC rod weeder; 1-16' Noble packers 4 sections; 6 harrow draw bar; 1 10 sections diamond harrows with drawbar and transport; point hitch for Cockshutt 44; Macleods auger with hopper; ton tow hitch; hyd. pump; K6 press drill; 1 12' 4" auger; weed sprayer; 1 16' blade; 1-14' fert. atlach.; 1-Tumble bug; 1-12' Noble Blade; 1 10' drag auger. STORAGE TANKS 1-2 comp. 500 gal. tank; 1-Single 300 gal. tank; 1-115 gal. truck tonk and pump; gal, water tank. MISCELLANEOUS 1-Paint sprayer with 40' hose; and U motor; lamp electric brooder; gas lawn mower; 2-10 x 14 truck tarps; 1-150 gal. stock tank; ton chain hoist; mixer; 1 sprayer; an- tennas; Approx. 600 sq. ft. of aluminum siding; umbrellas; h.p. B and S motor and pump for irri- gation unit; 1-200' plastic hose; 1-4 and 2 horse steel eveners; Quantity of wire and posts; Tools; Log chains arid many more articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD coal heater; lounge; 1 13' elec- tric refrigerator; propano range; separ- ator; beds, complete with mattresses. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Plan to attend this early fall sale because articles offered for sale are in execeptlonally good SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further Information Phono 345.3134 Remember the weather is no problem in our plastic tent. AUCTIONEERS IES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 of them saleable and in the an- tique category, were found in Mr. Coombs' basement, a ga- rage and a lean-to attached to his home in which he lived until his death in June. The items will be sold during what will be one of the largest auctions of its kind ever held in two-week sale start- ing Nov. 3. Hundreds of items not worth including in the sale have al- ready been disposed of, said the spokesman. Mr. liked to be known as a retired antique known in the an- tique trade as a man who never sold any valuable article. "He frequently offered to sell valuable antiques, but he al- ways backed off before the deal was one dealer said. "However, he would sell or auction less desirable arti- cles, duplicates or items which had been damaged, such as cracked or broken chinaware." One man who got to know Mr. Coombs well was Pat O'Hara, at whose auction house the sale will be held. "A couple of years ago, Mr. Coombs talked about selling some pieces to finance an oper- ation for throat cancer which he had at the said Mr. O'Hara. "But nothing ever came of it." Sugar beet crop best in years WINNIPEG (CP) One of pulp cattle feed will be worth the best sugar beet crops in years, harvested from acres of southern Manitoba farmland, is being processed this fall by 300 workers to sup- ply 80 million pounds of sugar for Ontario and Manitoba con- umers. William Willison, manager of Manitoba Sugar Co. Ltd. which processes all the Manitoba har- vest, says: "this has been one of the best harvests in years with beet sugar content of up to 16 per cent, which is excel- lent by comparison. During the fall period known as "The Campaign" in the in- dustry, the kctory produces sugar at a rate of 85 pounds every two minutes. This year "The Campaign" began Sept. 24 and is expected to last until Jan. 10. Last year the process- ing period ran from Oct. 3 to Dec. 15. The output 80 million pounds of sugar, tons of molasses and tons of about million, said Mr. Wil- lison. The growers receive between 59 and 63 per cent of the gross return depending on market conditions three-quarters of it within a month of delivering the beets. UNESCO admits China PARIS (AP) The executive board of the United Nations Ed- ucation Scientific and Cultural Organization voted Friday to recognize mainland China as "the only legitimate representa- tive of China in UNESCO." The motion, adopted by a 25- to-2 vote with five abstentions, had the effect of ousting Nation- alist China from the organiza- tion and accepting the Peking government. The United States and Brazil were the only countries to vote against the resolution. SECRETARY TREASURER Established G.M. Dealership Requires the immediate services of a Secretary Treasurer to take full charge of office. Complete benefits with commensurate salary. If necessary, can train on accountant in G.M. type account- ing. Excellent conditions car supplied, etc. Apply In confidence to: MR. J. H. STEPHANSON, Box 1056, Medicine Hat, Albert! Phone 527-1115 JOHN D. SIEMANS FARM AUCTION SALE Half mile north Coaldale on Picture Butte road COALDALE, ALBERTA THURSDAY, NOV. 4-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED Having been favored with instrucioni from Mr, John D. Siemans who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below sub- ject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS R tractor 1-IHC Super 'A' tractor COMBINE 1-MH No. 90 combine, 16' table and pick-up. TRUCK 1_1949 Chev half Ion. Fleet sides and stock racks. IRRIGATION EQUIP. Paramount pump, 49 pee. with sprinklers, 4 pee. main line; wheel pipe trailer; of pulleys and mount for JD "R" front pump; alu- minum pipes; 1 sump pump, 600', 1U" plastic hose. FUEL TANKS single comp. tank double comp. tank gal. water tank; oil barrels. MACHINERY 1_4 wheel (airplane tires) trailer, 19'x8'; 1-4 wheel (airplane tires) with beet box; Cockshutt no. 5 side rake; 7 seclions diamond harrows, steel drawbar; scraper; 12' hammer mill; 1-silver beet thinner; 1-Cackshutt no. 4 manure spreader; rod weeder; 8' double disc; KBA 12' double disc; 1-IHC K6 14' press drill) No. 2, 12' swather; non plug packers; 1_MH IT trash king chisel plow; T-32' weed sprayer; 1 JD 7' PTO mower; 1-Snowco 28', 6" auger; 1-8 h.p. Kohler motor; 6" post auger; chutes. FENCING SUPPLIES Quantity posts and wire, 125' picket fence, railroad ties, some 2x6 shipiap. MISCELLANEOUS stock tank heater; inch lawn mower; 400 size propane brooder; tractor sprayer; wheelbarrows; 1 vise; Farmall "A" trans, and motor block for repairs; Maple leaf truck HOUSEHOLD washers rinse laundry tub; piece dining room suite; kitchen chairs; 3 stack beds drop leaf table; ccucnj hostess chair; utility table; (less kitchen table; 4 burner range; board table; tables; trunk; stools; rack; 1 dresser. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This Is a good farm tale to attend. The selection of irrigation farm machinery is of fair lity. Plan to attend. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX IDS, 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 IES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDIEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 He said that Mr. Coombs, who died of a heart attack at 72, had been a buyer for at least 30 years. "He was a hard man to bid against at an auction if he really wanted said Dosi Burford, an Edmonton an- tique dealer. Both Mrs. Burford and Mr. O'Hara said that once Mr. Coombs bought an item few people were permitted to see it once he had it at his home. When he did let people into his house he'd only show a few pieces at a time. But now the collection of years has been itentad, evalu- ated and listed and will go on the block for other collectors to share. Boost paper price KITCHENER, Ont. (CP) The Record announced here It will increase its newstand price to 15 cents from 10 cents a copy, effective Nov. 1. Home delivery will cost a month. Subscribers now pay 10 cents for each delivered copy. COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT FOR SALE l-Heovy duty Hobart Miner 60 qt. cap., suitable for restaurant or bakery, ex- cellent condition. bandsaw. Hobart, excellent condition. Restaurant Range 36" grill top and oven, almost new. Phone Manager of 327-6412 INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH Dick Batemen An Invitation from NW Investments Ltd. The North West Life Assurance Company of Canada You are cordially invited to request the presence in your home of OUR MAN IN LETHBRIDGE to illustrate the power of c balanced financial plan. YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE; THERE IS NO SECOND TIME AROUND AND THERE IS ONLY A LIMITED EARNING PERIOD. To find out how you can get the best of two worlds by a Dual Dollar Investment Programme, call in a professional. Mail this coupon now To: Dick Bollrtun, 609 10th St. S. Lethbridge. Ph. 327-5137 Yes, I'm interested. You may call around to see me. NAME, ADDRESS, Ph. MONDAY, NOV. 1st IS S1.44 DAY AT SPIC and Span Cleaners MEN'S OR. LADIES' SLACKS 2 1.44 CASH AND CARRY MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1st ONLY SPIC SPAN DRY CLEANERS BOTH LOCATIONS COLLEGE MALL 112-Bth St. S 328-8211 327-8116 EAST CHIN MUTUAL TELEPHONE POLE AUCTION SALE At the form of E. Henry 2 miles north of CHIN, ALBERTA SATURDAY, NOV. 6 -1 p.m. Having received instructions from the directors of East Chin Mutual Telephone Co., we will offer for sale by Public Auc- tion the remainder of their asset! as listed below subject to additions, deletions or errors as you may find them at the sale. The following list is merely a guide and in no way a committal on the part of the directors or the auc- tioneers. TERMS CASH the day of the sale. Possession only ofter iteml have been paid for in full. APPROXIMATELY 300 TELEPHONE POLES of various lengths such as: ft. poles; ft. poles; lengths. APPROXIMATELY 30 ROLLS TELEPHONE WIRE In Vi and Vi mile rolls QUANTITY OF 4x4 CROSS ARMS Numerous other items such as Insulators, etc. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further Information Phona 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 LOW PRICES MAALAC ANTACID 1 Reg. 1.75 NOW 19 CALCIUM SANDOZ ,59 SIMILAC LIQUID SPECIAL, PER CASE Reef Mouthwash Reg. 1.19 ONLY 69' Listerine Antiseptic Reg. 1.89 NOW Richard Hudnut Shampoo Reg. 99c 79" ONLY CREST FAMILY SIZE REG. OR MINT Reg. 1.39 SPECIAL 99' LISTERINE LOZENGES Reg. 99c NOW ONLY HEAD AND SHOULDERS FAMILY JAR OR TUBE Reg. 1.79. NOW _____ 1 .39 PARDEC VITAMINS CAPSULES lOCKs BENYLIN COUGH SYRUP Reg. 2.25 NOW 8-01. PARDEC VITAMINS CHEW TABS 250's Reg. 8.65 ONLY SCOPE MOUTHWASH Reg. 1.69 ONLY PARAMETTES CHEWS for CHILDREN 100'f Reg. 4.69 SPECIAL SECRET AEROSOL DEODORANT Reg. 1.39 ONLY CORICIDIN 'D' COLD TABLETS 24'! Reg. 2.29 NOW ONLY NICE 'N EASY Reg. 2.50 SPECIAL 1-49 ADORN HAIR SPRAY 1-98 Reg. 2.98 NOW VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION 7-oz. Reg. 1.09. NOW 890 14-oz. Reg. 1.89. NOW 1.59 18-oz. Reg. 2.19. NOW 1.89 x 5 ydf. ReB. 29.95 4 OR SPECIAL 73c OQ( ONLY Ow LAKEYIEW DRUG LTD. 1017 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 328-5509 VALUE VILLAGE PHARMACY CORNER 6th AVE. AND 13th ST. S. Phone 327-4147 FREE DELIVERY ;