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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Snfurdsy, Soplembgr 1) ,1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon SUNDAY. SEPT. 12 Yonr birthdny (why: Finds you near the end of a phase of changing a few weks move your drift is into definitely settled, much more comfortable habits, per- haps an improved work situ- ation as well. The direction from which your main pres- sures (and benefits) is de- rived tends to shift. Today's natives are realists; one of their favorite subjects is health care and physical im- provement. ARIES (March 21-Aprll Make this a family Sunday with special attention for everybody within your own group. There's great reward in deeper sharing of feeling. TAURUS (April 20-May Current and soon-to-be-takcn actions influence your future more than you'd suspect, in subtle ways involving a greater number of people. GEMINI (May 21-Jnne Do your best for your neighbor- hood and community. You re- ceive news, some of it mixed, end a message to pass along. Catch up with correspondence, budgets, accounts. CANCER (June 21-JuIy Use every chance available to get beyond your usual orbit. Travel if you conveniently can. LEO (July 23-Ang. Local most urgent, regardless ef its relative importance. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Your dedicated effort in containing minor misunder- standings may bring notice unless you fail. AQUARIUS (.Inn. 20-Fcb. Feeling sorry for yourself is a rare and expensive luxury. Take a good wallow in It early, then pick up and get on with defimile, 'Conslrucldve plans. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Family cares are more com- plex than evpr and, for the mo- ment, it seems nothing quits works. Evening brings an abrupt clarification. MONDAY. Scpl. 13 Your birthday today: Opens a vigorous growth year in every department of life. Your emotional experience overshadows all other fac- tors, provides the greatest field of evolving change, might distract you occasion- ally from serious business or career projects. Today's na- tives commonly show musi- cal talent, a sense of form and proportion, practical skills. ARIES (March 21-April Now is the time to make peace, settle outstanding differences all around. Family arrange- ments are more readily set. social activity rapidly fills your! TAURUS (April 20-May Sunday. Take on no .more re- sponsibility. VIBGO (Aug. 23-Scpt. Perform the normal weekend routines al minimum pressure. What sounds like a splendid op- portunity is unlikely to work out as advertised. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Bring amenities up to a high quality. Formality has a good price and serves many uses. Let the other fellow come to you SCORPIO (Oct. Chance encounters hold t h e seeds of future transformations. This is not 50 much a day of here and now as it is of possibil- ities and beginnings. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. One problem at a time does the hick work at the Due allowances for limitation and recounting your blessings should get you thru steady rout- ines. Some long-standing dis- crepancies come to adjustment. GEMINI (May 2I-.Iluie Welcome any imitation to spread out or get into an added project delegate chores and responsibility where you can. CANCER (June 21-JuIy It develops you had a raUier good idea not well enough ap- plied. Better to share credit than try something bcvond your reach. LEO (July 23-Ang. Ac- cept any surprise with aplomb; Taking nothing for granted, as- sume a mixed day and some good things building but not yet ready. Check figures and fads. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Ocl. Personal plans collide with those of an older person. Pa- lier.ce and gentle persuation bring compromise. SC01PIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Expect delay in material mat- ters. Seek added understanding of causes and effects, and know- ledge as to how natural and mechanical tilings work. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. There comes a point at which you can't have every de- tail your way. Other factors turn out to have more impact for future deceliroments. CAPRICOHN iv'cc. 22-.Inn. Change plans and move- ments to get better results rath- er than merely shifting appear- ances to stop criticism. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Focus on action that is going well, avoid temptations to waste time and energy feeling sorry for yourself. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Travel seems somewhat hin- deired. Plan alternative routes, an extra starting point, 3ven something else to do, just in like as not it's even tho it involves diverse ex- pressions. Plan s well-bal- anced pace for a long day. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Scpr. The earth's secret Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Jim Coch- rane, age 12, of St. Cath- arine's. Ontario, for his ques- tion: What really is under the earth's surface? Earth scientists probe these buried mysteries from several angles Deep wells, holes in the ground and plunging trenches in the ocean floor reveal a few secrets. Vibrations from earth- quakes reveal bigger secrets as they sweep around the globe and plunge down through the planet. These studies yield pro- vable data. But a lot of reason- able evidence is gathered indi- rectly from what we know of other facts of nature such as gravity and the physics of chemical substances. Our planet seems to like to keep its own secrets. At the same time it seems to coax us to solve them. For example, Most of them are crustal lay- ers of pasty limestones and rainbow colored sandstones. The bottom layers are com- pressed and distorted by the crushing weight of rocks above. Growing mountains heave up massive slabs, crack them and stack them in enormous rocky sandwiches. Their slopes also give us a glimpse of what other deeply buried layers are like. WeU drillers bring up cores from a mile or more- mines reveal that things get warmer as they go deeper. However, these glimpses merely dip into the earth's crust, the outer shell of light- weight rocks that wraps around the entire globe. Its thickness varies from five miles below the ocean to 20 miles or so un- der the continents. It fits some- what like a loose egg-shell, crisscrossed with cracks. Its here and, lhe earlh massive crustal slabs are shift- INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONEERS Offer by Public Auction at Unreserved Sale CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT NAME OF OWNER Flemnig-McKoy Construction lid., Snslfaloon, Sosk. (Complete Dispersal) DATE September 30lh, 1971 at a.m. PLACr Saskatoon, Sask. CRUSHERS: 1969 Ccdarapids Super Commander 555E 12 X 36 Jaw; 1964 Cedarapids Super Commander 645 12 X 36 Twin ASPHAIT PtANTS: Pioneer 302 plant model 384 drier, model 454 hot elevalor, vibrator, model 300 pugmilf, model 584 dusf collector, Genco 1001 burner, Hywau 45RCL 569 oil heoter, circulating pump, (2) Childers gal. asphalt tanks, gol. bunker storage and gol. fuel tank pump tnd hoses; Pioneer 101 Continuflo central mixing planl, model 381R drier. Pug- mill and Graduation unit, model 500 dust collector, electric hot elevator, combustion chamber and burner, Childers oil healer, switch gear and (3) gal. storage tanks; PAVERS and SPREADERS: 1970 Cedarapids BSF 2 fully auto- matic paver sn. 31287 c'w Honeywell controls and GM 353 Diesel; 1967 Aulogrode CMI dual lane sn. CM225 Cat 1676 power, grade and cross slope controls, extra panel, (2) 12' wings ond skiis, spreader box; 1966 Cedarapids' BSF2 automatic sn. 27918 353 GM power; Shoulder Widner A-CTU6D loader c'w 36" hyd. driven bell- Barber Greene 828 Slabilizalion plan! sn. 828x150 671 GM power; COMPACTION EQUIPMENT: 1970 Roygo 404 Rustler sn. 09B-232; 1967 Raygo 300 vibratory roller; 196B Hyster C500A pneumatic; Vibro plus CH30 vibratory roller; Hysler DWI5 (2) sheepsfool rollers Tompo 3nd Gallion 5-8 Ion steel roller; Buffalo Springfield 10-16 ton roller; Buffalo Springfield 3 drum roller- (17) 13 wheel wobblies; SCALES: 1968 Robert Morse 50 ton c'w under- carriage ond house. (3) Fairbanks Morse 25 t o n- CRAWIER TRACTORS: 1970 Euclid 82-40 sn 63639DA- (2) IftS Euclid 82-30 sns. 50895 ond 48742; (2) 1965 Euclid 82- 30 sns. 40806 and 43037; 1963 Euclid C6 sn 3323B- LOAD- ERS: 1968 Cat 980 sn. 45498; 1968 Cat 955Kjn. 61H15B5- 1960 Cot 933F sn. 42A894; GRADERS: 1966 and 1965 Alli'j Chalmers M100 sns. C.1014 and 1058; Cat 12 sn 8T17952- DISTRIBUrORS: 1963 Rosco tandem 1750 qal. F1800 tan- den mounted; littleford CLRC distributor; POWER UNITS and ELECTRIC SETS: 1969 Cat D342 and 1964 GM12V71 power units; 1969 Cot D333C Cat D398A (550KW) Cat D13- 000 (112 GM 47] (75 2 Cat D311 (20 Duelz and Lisler 10 KW, Onan 3 KW; TRAILERS: 1965 Fruehauf highboy; 1958 Hobbs highboy; FruehauF till trailer; (4) 10 x 20 shop vans; (2) single axle shop vons; CAMP TRAILERS: 10 x 36, 10 x 40 and 10 x 52 Cook (3) bunk 10 x 36 and (2) 10 x 52 Bunk-wosh trailers- 10 x 3o office-bunk; Evanslon office; Prairie Schooner and Iravello house Glendetle 16' travel trailer- TRUCKS- (6) 1969 Chevrolet 70 tandem dumps; (8) 1967 Chevrolet 70 tandem dumps; all are Branlford or Trailmobile boxes: Ib. boggies and V6-401 engines; 1969 Chev tandem gol. water tank and power spray; 1964 -jMC and 1963 Chev 1700 gal. water tanks, 1963 1300 gal. and water and 500 gal. fuel tanks; Kenwor'h "3 tractors; IHC V200; F1800 landenv 12) 1968 Chev 1 ond 2 ton service trucks, (7) Chev v, 1969 to 1965; 1970 Buick Wildcat: MISCELLANEOUS- (7) John Deero wheel tractors models R, D, 820 and 830- (8) Cur" 3" 6" pumps; C.M.C. matena, botcher, Jaeger and Rex concrete mixers' water heaters, 1966 electric Skyclimber, hoists, (10) pro! pono Thowmoslers; concrete equipment; conveyors- bins- 300 gol. ,a gal. tanks, SHOP TOOLS and STOCK- hand power tools, chain; wire, battery come Clangs, Truck, crusher and Asphal, plant parts and paver and spreader parts, coble, tires and rims; OFFICE typewriter, tables and many morfi items. AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE NOS. 609 and 608 PHONE ON SITE 374-7374 _RITCHIF BROS. Alir.TIOM-EIlS I.TII. I1KAII UH-ICK II r 1 nnilnid nttd VANroiivRn. n.c. rAI.DAHT. Jtl.TA., EDMONTON. ALTV. SASKATOON. SASH- TORONTO, ONT. roRTLAvn. IflM) M2-I3CG 'till) 415-1111