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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SENSELESS SLAUGHTER - This excellent specimen of a bull moose was shot and left lying 30 feet from the Kananaskis Highway about one mile from Coleman. It would provide about 400 pounds of meat. Another moose was shot and left near Daisy Creek in the same situation, along side the highway. Rangers are seeking the person or persons responsible. Moose season closed Sept- 26 in the area. Elks have been protected since Oct. 17. - Vern Decoux Photo. Committees Named At Piiiclier PINCHER CREEK (Social) -New councillors James Burns (incumbent), Oliver Haigh and John Olyslager were welcomed to town council by Mayor Arthur Ames at the organizational meeting. Council committees were named: Recreation, parks and cemeteries: Alec McMurdo, James Burns, Francis Sorge. Town planning and town property: Bradford Sawyer, Oliver Naigh, John Olyslager. Sewer and water: Francis Sorge, Alec McMurdo James Burns. Public works, storm sewer and drainage: James Burns, Francis Sorge, Alec McMurdo. Sanitation, gas, lights and health and welfare: Oliver Haigh, Bradford lawyer, John Olyslager. Fire, ambulance and parking: John Olyslager, Bradford Sawyer, Oliver Haigh. Union negotiation and finance: Arthur Ames, Bradford Sawyer, Francis Sorge. Police: Arthur Ames. Arts, Crafts Open House November 4 TABER (HNS) - Open house will be held in the Arts and Crafts Club work rooms in the court house basement next Wednesday afternoon and evening, Nov. 4. On display will be gift and decoration ideas for Christmas, including such items as crepe and tissue paper flowers, Christmas luncheon cloths and hangings. Free coffee and squares will be served. The public is cordially invited. Mrs. H. George Meyer may be contacted by those interested. Weekly classes are now under way in knitting and weaving with Mrs. Nancy Piatt and Mrs. Fay Meikle. The town's representatives on committees are as follows: Francis Sorge - Crestv i e w Lodge; John Olyslager - li brary-board; Alec McMurdo- recreation; Bradford Sawyer-planning commission; Oliver Haigh - Chinook Health Unit; Alec McMurdo - Pincher Creek Agricultural Society; James Burns-hospital. Gordon Robb is the representative on the preventative social service board. Mayor Ames, briefed new councillors. He explained the terms were all for one year. In 1971 the mayor and six councillors will seek re-election. Council meets every second and fourth Monday of each month. �Mil Wm0m wmmm�m 90TH BIRTHDAY - Mrs. Elizabeth King of Raymond celebrated her 90th birthday recently. Her hobby is compiling a scrapbook telling the entire history of Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Harold King and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley King assisted the hostess at her birthday party. She and her husband, the late Louis D. King arrived in the province in 1902. He operated King Motors at Raymond for many years. PIANO RECITAL Featuring CONSTANCE CHANN0N DOUGLASS OF INTERNATIONAL RENOWN WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4th at 8:00 p.m. F. P. WALSHE HIGH SCHOOL FORT MACLEOD DISTRICT DOINGS Shower Sunday COALDALE (HNS)-A shower for Miss Donna Triska will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the home of Mrs. Les Nolan, 2016 18th St., Coaidale. Re-Elected FOREMOST (HNS) - Reelected by acclamation to the council of the County of 40 Mile are incumbents Russell Scratch, Lyle Nattrass and Frank Romeike. Corbett Speaks CRANBROOK (Special) - Dr. James Corbett, president of the British Columbia Medical Association, spoke at the annual meeting of the East Koot-enay Medical Society. His subject was the means and necessity of curbing the cost of health care in the province. Dr. John Miller of Creston presided. Officers elected were Dr. L. M. Hengel of Cranbrook, president; Dr. P. J. Wheeldon of Fernie, vice-president; with Dr. J. M. H. Hopper, East Koot-enay medical health officer, secretary-treasurer. Will Attend COALDALE (HNS) - Town council is interested in the Crime, Correction and You convention, sponsored by the provincial John Howard Society, Nov. 6, 7 and 8 at the University of Lethbridge. Councillor Hans Pfeffel indicated he will attend. Mr. Pfeffel has been assigned to the police commission. Battersea Wl IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -Fifteen attended The Battersea W o m e n's Institute October meeting at the home of Mrs. Bernard Watson. Guest of honor at the meeting was Mrs. Albert Appleton, north Taber constituency convener. Mrs. N. M. Oliver spoke about the industrial tour of Lethbridge. Mrs. H. M. Haney presented two papers, one on the United Nations, the other on a Desert Highway. The group will cater to the Lethbridge Northern 4-H annual banquet in November. CARS Aided BOW ISLAND (HNS) - A total of $239 was collected for the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society by the Bow Island CWL council. Chairman Mrs. Gravelle thanked donors as well as the canvassers who helped in the campaign. I Public Works Program COALDALE (HNS) - Contemplated programs in the public works department were outlined by councillor Frank F. Wiens at a recent council meeting. It is now in the hands of Abe Ens as chairman and Hans Pfeffel. Councillor Wiens said there Mayor Ames Pledges Support PINCHER CREEK (Special) - Henry Potts of Brocket recently sought town council support so that the Peigan Band may establish a recreation complex on the Reserve. Mayor Ames said town council would support the Peigan Band in its efforts to establish a recreation complex. Councillor F. S. Sorge was appointed deputy mayor for October, November and December. V. McKinnon, building inspector, presented four applications for building permits, one was turned down, two referred to the planning commission and permission was granted Engineered Homes Ltd, to construct three duplexes. Mr. McKinnon will make a survey of trees and shrubs blocking views at intersections and thus creating a traffic hazard. Mr. Lyons, secretary, was instructed to contact the engineers to start preparations for the extra filter for the Water Treatment plant are some sidewalks planned for 1971. The public works will probably handle parks which has been not as closely tied in with the recreation board since the regional board was formed. There is a need to keep a ditch clean between the town and county. Arrangements for this are under way. The street sweeper will either have to be repaired or replaced. The new service road will need to be gravelled. A larger culvert will have to be installed near a residence on the town's east side. It. should not be delayed until spring but be done this winter. The public works department said Councillor Wiens will be involved with the building of the Coaidale and District Sportplex. There are various drainage problems in the town which need to be alleviated by larger culvert- installation. One truck will be replaced. Work must be done on the paving plant. Either an electric or gas engine will be installed to operate it in the future. Stockpiling of gravel was proposed. To make it economically feasible at least' 10 -000 cubic yards must be ordered of pit-run or crushed gravel. Councillor Wiens said in the past year it was less expensive to apply pit-run gravel on the streets requring it (and pick up the extra big rocks) than to use the crushed gravel RETURNS HOME SPARWOOD (HNS) - Gene Clemmer, public relations manager at Kaiser Resources, Elk view, has returned to his home at Fernie. Mr. Clemmer had been in hospital for several weeks at Calgary. 50TH ANNIVERSARY -"This is a bigger party than our wedding," was the comment made by Mrs. Alex Mol-nar as she and her husband of 50 years were surprised by their family at a rccept ion marking the anniversary. They were married in Boksod, Megy, Hungary, Oct. 20, 1920, in a Roman Catholic Church. In 1929 Mr. Molnar came to Alberta and started farming. By 1931 he was able to send for his wife, Margaret and their two little girls. The family remained on the farm until the children grew and married. Mr. and Mrs. Molnar sold the farm and moved to town in 1962. Mr. Molnar was the maintenance man at Pioneer Lodge until 1967. The following year they moved to Lethbridge. The family, all home for the celebrations, in-cludes Mrs. Louis (Mary) Reskanski, Alex, Fort Mac-leod, Mrs. Jack (Margaret) Pinter, London, Ont., Mrs. Don (Eileen) Well wood of Winnipeg, and Bill, with the armed forces, stationed in Germany. There are nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The anniversary dinner was a complete surprise to the bride and groom. The arrival of Bill and his family from Germany was a surprise for all members. The head table was centred with a three-tiered wedding cake and an arrangement of fall flowers. Two granddaughters Paula Molnar and Linda Wcllwood were in charge of the guest book. - Swihart Photo. 3kl GUARANTEED CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT INSTITUTE DIRECTORS SEE BEET SUGAR MADE - In Lethbridge for a meeting of the board of directors, members of the Canadian Sugar Institute were guests of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. on a tour of the Taber beet sugar plant. On the front steps of the factory office are, left to right; R.A. (Al) Dickinson, Cartier Sugar Co., Montreal, institute president; Ian Angus, vice-president of B. C. Sugar Refininq Co., Vancouver; John W. Hall, general agriculturist, Canadian Sugar, Lethbridge; George Gallager, Canadian Dominion Sugar Co., Montreal, acting director; William R. Hetherington, vice-president B. C. Sugar, Winnipeg; director Robert E. Miller, St. Lawrence Sugar Co., Montreal; director John T. Sweeney, institute executive secretary, Montreal. Wilde Wins Top Honors In Grade 9 COUTTS (HNS) - A musical program was held in the Coutts School before presentation of awards to Coutts students. The combined Warner and Coutts Junior Bands, under the direction of Kent Vaughn, played two selections: the theme song from Romeo and Juliette and Little English Suite, by Le-Roy Jackson. Lawrence David Wilde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wilde of Coutts, was presented with the Governor - General's Medal for achieving highest standing in Grade 9 examinations in the Warner County. Coutts also had three Grade 9 honor students, Fred Furlong Jack Regehr and Don Thompson. The ABC of Industry awards for grades 4, 5 and 6 were won by Grade 5 pupil Pauline Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Larson, Coutts; and grade 4 pupil Francine Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Graham of Coutts. Snopek Elected ENCHANT CHNS) - The Parent - Teacher Association held its organizational meeting recently and elected Joseph Snopek president. Other officers are: Francis Hansom, vice - president; Mrs. Arleen Smith, secretary; Ev Steen, treasurer. Meetings' will be held each second Monday at the school. i 5AY THAT THIS IS THE BEST DEAL EVE J? OFFERED JOHN DEERE COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! Phone 654-2270 Before 8 o m. or Not to��-Than 11 p.m in the Evening Compounded Semi Annually 63/*% Interest on Savings Accounts 4'/2% Interest on Free Chequing Accounts FARMERS & MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 Calgary, Edmonton, Grande Pralrlt, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red De�r, Vancouver, Montreal, Nassau. MIMBER CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION �����������������������I Please send me Information on your Guaranteed Certificates of Deposit Name..........,.....T...,...m.�..^,�.�.....,.�...................... Address........,........M................ Mail (o Farmers K Mrruhanti Trust. Address Abov� COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. SALES NEXT WEEK WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4th at 1:00 p.m. MIXED CATTLE SALE CRANBROOK SALES YARD FRIDAY, NOV. 6th at 1:00 p.m. 900 CALVES 900 SPECIAL CONSIGNMENTS FROM WILBUR LANG, PINCHER CREEK - 60 HEAD and BERNARD SMITH, COWLEY - 50 HEAD KEEP THESE DATES IN MIND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER nth at 11 a.m. MIXED CATTLE SALE - PINCHER STATION THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12th at 1 p.m. MIXED CATTLE SALE - PAKOWKI This Sal* CANCELLED - Rescheduled at an earlier date. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13th at 1 p.m. CALF SALE, ALL BREED - PINCHER STATION CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY Secretary-Treasurer-ED GROSS 627-2285 Fieldman-DON FITZPATRICK 627-4083 Auctieneer-WARREN C. COOPER Licence No. 3 COUNTRY NEWS These Are riielctHbridgc Herald Correspondents In Your Area PINCHER CREEK AND BROCKET KORINE YELLOW HORN ................. Bracket PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Correspondent) . . Box 213 WRENTHAM MRS. RALPH WHITROW .............. P.O. Bex 97 CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN....................P.O. Box 248 COUTTS MRS. ALICE HACKE............... General Deliaery MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER____P.O. Box 329, Milk River COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI..................Box 1005 Contact these people for your District News ' or Classified Advertising Northern Manufacturing Company FALL CLEARANCE AUCTION SALE SALE STARTS AT 1:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4th REGISTER FOR SALE CARDS AT 1 P.M. TERMS CASH SALE SITE: Northern Manufacturing Company, 3 miles west of HAVRE, MONTANA on U.S. No. 2 Highway. Come eorly - visit our 25,000 sq. ft. shop and assembly plant. AIRFIELD FACILITIES 1 mile from Havre Municipal Airport Courtesy Car Available FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS TRACTOR-CRAWLER TYPE 1-1950 TD 18 International crawler tractor. Serial No. 18ATDR 28018. Rear mount BeGe pump and control valve, hydraulic angle dozer mounted on tractor, grousers and tracks in good condition. TRACTORS-WHEEL TYPE 1 - 1968 Versatile Model 145 Cummins diesel engine model LV-470BT. Tractor bought 1968 but not used till 1969 and 1970, total operating hours 637, air conditioned cab, 18.4-30 duals all the way around, tires good, tractor field ready, excellent condition. 1-1967 Minneapolis Moline G-1000 Diesel wheel tractor. Serial No. 32700956, Eng. No. 29702264. 1800 operating hours, cab, power steering, dual 18.3-34 rear tires, dual hyd. outlets, built in extra fuel tank. Good to very good condition. 1-1966 Minneapolis Moline G-705, Diesel Wheel tractor. Serial No. 23901927, Eng. No. 23-706520. Less than 1,000 operating hours, cab, blower, power steering, dual 14.9-38 good rear tires. Good to very good condition. 1 - 1968 John Deere 5020 diesel wheel tractor. Serial No. SNT323RO13302R, Eng. No. SNY 33R001308 7R. Power steering, egging cab, dual hyd. outlet, dual 18.4-34 Firestone tires, 700 hours on tires and complete engine O.H. Tractor field ready, good to very good condition. 1-John Deere 5010 diesel tractor, air conditioned, Ansel cab, dual rear tires, chloride filled tractor has rebuilt 5010 kit. 1-John Deere 5010 diesel troctor, Ansel cab, duol reor tires, chloride filled, tractor has 5020 engine, tractor field ready, very good to excellent condition. 1-1957 John Deere 820 diesel tractor. Serial No. 8202791. Power steering, rear hyd. outlets, 18-4-34 single rear tires, good condition, tractor field ready. 1-1957 John Deere 820 diesel tractor, Serial No. 8201412. New paint job, power steering, 18.4-34 reor tires, tractor field ready. 1-1965 Oliver Model 1900 diesel wheel tractor, Serial No. 141530-952. Four wheel drive, hyd. power drive, extra built-in fuel tank, 18.4-34 single rear tires, GM diesel engine, 2,700 operating hours, tractor good to very good condition. 1 - 1969 Oliver Model 2150 diesel wheel tractor. Serial No. 207-960-661. Four wheel drive, over and under hyd. shift, 23.1-34 single rear tires (good), 14.9-26 front tires (good), Oliver diesel engine, 960 operating hours, air conditioned cab. 1 - 1962 Massey Ferguson Model 97, diesel wheel tractor. Serial No. 25 2000 74. Tractor equipped with cab, hydraulic angle dozer, 18.4-34 rear rubber, 2,844 operating hours. 1-Wagner WA-14. Engine rebuilt, air conditioned cab, dual tires all the way around, in good condition, good clean tractor, tractor under warranty for 300 operating hours. Bud Freeman former owner. 1 - 1967 Allis-Chalmers D 21, diesel wheel tractor. Excel cab, 24.5-32 single rear tires, dual hyd, outlet, Model 3400 A.C. diesel eng., 300 hours on a major overhaul, fuel pump O.H., 1,952 operating hours, good clean tractor. 1-Wagner FWD Model 14, Serial No. 211. Air conditioned cab, new unit, dual tires all the way around, 14.34 outside, 23.1-26 inside, rear hyd. outlets, Model 190 Cummins with blower/ Engine has a complete new assembly and injectors, transmission, axles, chain box, completely rebuilt, tractor under warranty for 300 operating hours. 1-1956 I.H.C. Model 300 gas wheel tractor with front end loader, 2 point hitch, P.T.O., torque amplifier, new paint job, good rubber, runs good. CAR 1 - 1968 Fury II Plymouth 4-door sedan. 440 cu. in. ens,, 4 barrel carburetor, good rubber, a.t., disc brakes. MISCELLANEOUS FARM EQUIPMENT 1 - 1967 Morris Rod weeder, 36 ft. new points and rods. 1-International cultivator 19 ft. with hyd. cyl. 1-Graham Home cultivator 15 ft. with hyd. cyl. LOW BOY TRAILER 1-1964 Nelson low boy frailer, 32,000 lb. cap. 10:00x20 rubber, air brakes. COMBINES 1 - 1964 John Deere Model 95 S.P. combine, 18 ft. header, cab with twin blowers and lights, variable speed reel, hyd. reel lift, axle extension, Serial 95-20794, appears to be in good condition. 1-1962 John Deere Model 95 S.P. combine, 18 ft. header, hyd. reel lift, variable speed reel, combine in excellent condition. SPRAYER 1 - 1955 one ton jeep 4x4, 1100 L-16 Floatation tires oil the way around, has 6 cyl. Kaiser Supersonic Engine recently overhauled. John Deere Model 50 A sprayer mounted in pickup with 190 gal. fiberglass tank, pump, valve, 46 ft. fold forward boom, front bumper fow bar, very clean unit. TRUCK 1 - 1955 International R160 truck, Knapheide steel box, St. Paul hoist, tarp, new engine overhaul, very good 14 ply, 9.4-20, general rear tires. SNOWMOBILE 1-1967 Ski-Doo Alpine snowmobile, 30" track, elec. start. TANKS 1-500 gal. fuel tank. 2-300 gal. fuel tanks. 2-140 gal. fuel tanks. Pick up with air regulators. 1 - 1,000 gal. galvanized water tank. Northern Manufacturing Company (Formerly Wagner Equipment Co.) Dealer* for DEGELMAN HYDRAULIC DOZER KING FRIGGSTAD ROCK PICKERS FLOATATION ROCK KING, ROCK PICKERS BIG BUD 4-WHEEL DRIVE TRACTORS Sale conducted by Northern Montana's Most Complete Auction Service WESTERMARK AUCTION SALES AND SERVICE Phone 434-2981 - 434-2944 - 432-2376 Box 777, SHELBY, MONTANA � ARRANGING AND SETTING UP SALES  AUCTIONEERS  FAST AND EFFICIENT CLERKING SYSTEM  FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS SERVICE  BONDED AND FULLY INSURED ;