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6- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, October 13, 1971  NEWN NOTEN" h&apos;onn l'our ounty i,ton.won Agent By Ellis E. Williams and Sylvia Westlake Montana State University, Bozeman Cooperative Extension Service "NO PHOSPHATE" HAZARDS Our preliminary testing of many of the brands of no-phos- phate detergents has shownthat they produce undesirable re- suits to clothes and washers. It will be to your interest to be aware of the problems they can cause. If you complain, your salesmen and your servicemen should know that the fault is not with the washer. The well-known phosphate de- tergents, to which we have be- come aceustned, have the abil: ity of holding the hardness min- erals of the water and of the soil in suspension until the water is spun out of the washer. These detergents rinse out easily and perform their washiog fmctims with a minimum of alkalinity so they are not harmful to wash- ers. Many of the new "no-phos- phate" detergents contain so- dium carbonates which precipi- tate or settle out the minerals and the soil but they are still in the water, and will settle back on the clothes and the washer. This can cause the following problems which will increase with harder water: PROBLEM AREAS A visible coating on dark colored clothes which resem- bles fading. A build-up in tle c lethe s which causes them to be harsh and stiff. Breakage of threadswhichwe believe is caused by this build- up which makes the threads brit- tle. A grit or deposit on clothes, tub and other washer parts. A dull coating on the washer tub. This won't harm the stain- less steel but it won't have its familiar shine, and a black sub- stance may be wiped off. ALKALINE PROBLEMS The no-phosphate detergents are very alkaline which causes the following problems: Fading of colors of the clothes. Yellowing of white clothes. Potential harm to the porce- lain of the tubs. Deterioration of metal parts other than stainless steel. There may be other problems which we don't know about. Many washer companies are making continued improve- ments to protect the parts of the washer which are vulner- able to these new detergents. The polypropylene agitator and the irridized treatment of the pump will afford protection. More changes are to come. If you as customers insist on using these products, make every effort to remove the agi- tator frequently to wash, rinse and dry the parts under the agi- tator. The washing ability of many of these detergents, particu. Iarly over a period of time, is not up to industry standards. Soil removal is often a matter of personal standards andisnot harmful but you should be aware of this. The most serious problem of all with these detergents is the health hazard. Be aware andob- serve the cautionary warnings on the packages. The products are toxic and must be kept out of the reach of small inquisi- tive children. A report from the Surgeon General of the U. S. indicates that serious permanent injury can result if some of these de- tergents are accidentally swal- lowed. The May 21 issue of Life magazine tells about the harm- ful effects of these products to the eyes and skin. As yet, no one knows what harm thesepro- ducts will cause wbendischarg- ed into the waters in quantity. It is still recommended that use of phosphate detergents in the amount needed for good washing results according to the water hardness and soil of each individual situation be con- tinued. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Oct. 29 -- Leaders Confer- ence in Scohey. Oct. 30- Junior Leader dance at Girard Hail. Nov. 5- Achievement Night at Savage. FUTURITY WINNER - "Silver Sunday," owned and trained by Bob Miller, Sidney, won the futurity race at the Northwest Montana Fair in Kalispell. Jockey, I(" w_ . __. ,__ ! Randy Colton is up. The Appaloosa was raised by Russell Brest, Sidney. In the same race, "High Society" won second place and "Brother Ed" took third. Social Rep. In Ken curitY repreJ Miles ney at the between 8:30 If you abled - and be able te more - you to monthly fits. Social to advise you can get IIP tation, too. For m0ce your social Miles CitY, City office lect telepbO Sidney snd Monday tween 8:30 HAVI Let me BRUCE s,b<, J Phone: I fillip O O OcIB, O O O OQ 0 O o O O O "IIII1 O ! +; ) 'Ramblln00 Aln00 t, o Monday, October 18 ' Sale Time: 10:00 a.m' to.oh at .o0n Calves sales have been good, with demand strong for all inand also is 'ry+rstr. You know there is good feed sup- plies in many +areas, and cheaper feed, too, which is increasing those prices. Another important factor is that fats have held up good all summer and much higher com- pared to a year ago. Watch this market demand and market prices. You sure are welcome to call us at any- time and we sure can give you accurate information. Don't sell to the first bidder! There is only one place where you can get that top sale and that is at a Montana Auction such as ours. The buyer can buy uniform sizes and the kinds he wants because of proper sorting. Looking ahead; as of today, it looks like we will start 2-day cattle sales Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 20 and 21. Mark your calen$1ar forit+.i " :+ " id Charolais Calf and Feeder Sale on Thursday, oct. 21. Other classes will be sold ttfat daY, but most will be concentrated on Wednesday that week. Of course, 'on Monday, Oct. 18, there is the regular hog and sheep sale and on Friday, Oct. 22, the final Horse Sale. It will be a busy week. We also would appreciate no- tice of any special or large consignments, so that we can properly advertise and advise buyers ahead of time. LOCAL NEWS ITEM Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolks- dorf of South Brockton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prevost, Lambert, and Lucy Fisher were dinner guests at the Leonard Smith home, Thursday evening, in honor of Leonard's birthday. A NEW FEEDLOT .I]IVAL... ..... ,  / +  ++ Location: 4 Miles North of Richey Having sold my ranch I will sell at Public Auction the following: Farm Machinery 1963 - 2 Ton - 2 Speed V8 Ford Truck- 16' Grain Box w/Fold Down Stock Rack. Only 22,000 actual miles John Deere 820 Diesel Tractor John Deere 720 R. C. Diesel Tractor John Deere Model A Tractor Farmhand Loader w/Hay Basket- Manure Fork - Forage Fork John Deem 16' Wheel Carrier Tandem Disc- Like New One Year Old 1 - 6 Year Old Palomino Gelding Saddle Horse" Well Broke- Good Cow Horse 1 - 5 Year Old Pinto Gelding Saddle Horse - well Good Cow Horse 1 - Bay Mare Well Broke 1. Good Cow Horse 2 Stock Saddles and Blankets 2 Bridles 1 Sat Harness- Good Single Trees - Double Trees - Neck Yokes I HC- 14' Tool Bar Wagons IF YOU WERE 11 TandemDisc Propane Stock Tank Heater - Used One SeasOn 12' Double Disc Press Drill 2 Stock Water Tanks 2 Stacks of Prairie Hay 1 2 Stacks of Crested Wheat Hay ( About 25 Ton Fence Posts Shop Tools Fencing Tools Shovels Forks Log Chains Electric Motors Gas Engine John Deere 4 Bottom 16" Plow 3 Bottom Plow - Packer- Pony Drill Vassar Stack' Mover- About New Lahman Stack Frame John Deere No. 8 Mower 7' Cutter Bar I HC 7' Mower 40' Mayrath Grain Auger - 10 HP Motor and Carrier 27' Grain Auger- 10 HP Motor and Carrier 16' El Camino Travel Trailer IHC- 1961 Ton Pickup 2 - 12 Dump Hay Rakes Three Point Hitch Post Hole Digger 8" and 6" Auger New. 8' Case Spring Tooth Cultivator 4 Wheel Trailer w/Hay Rack 4 Wheel Trailer w/Box 2 Wheel Trailer - Steel Box 1970- 396 Yamaha Snowmobile - Twin Tandem Euclid Scraper, 2- 10 yard Scrapers, powered by 471 GMC Diesel Motors. Model 4 V. O. T. Sickle Power Mower 2 Propane Bottles and Tk Fairbanks Morse Pressure Pump i Factory Rebuilt- Like New Some Household Furniture George (Shorty) Crockett (Owner) You'd want a comfort- able place to rest. cool fresh water, a few bites g familiar and a pick-me-up [or that "sick a/I over" feeling. Thal's when Peavey Cattle Conditioner pays ik. way twice over. Cattle Conditioner is "cool," providing nutrition with- out upset. With all natural protein, it avoids additional nutritional st re while rumen bacteria adjust to new rations. ElectrotyWs in Cattle Conditio]mr minimize loss of weight from dehydration and hell) maintain the critical internal mineral balance. Extra, Antibiotics fight the weight mad death h)sms from Shipping Fever Complex. Extra B Vitamins help to keep rumen bm'leria pro- ducing normall y. Buffers to maintaita acid ba.. bahm('e and avoid nutritional upsets. Peavey Cattle Conditioner is just whal new re'rivals need to "get gaining" after a long trip. Jusl mix or top feed two pounds Cattle Conditioner tr head daily for a week or until they're gaining normally. Fresh stocks of Cattle Conditioner on hand now ;'I . . . lney, Montana Phone 482-1304 -. YOu can get it Irons Peavey # Ronald Torgerson -Lic. 1213 1 Si,l,,. ,,,,,:,,,, Bonded J'mes Bieber- Lic. 67 l','a ir, ie. Monla,a TERMS CASH Not Responsilde For Accidents I'olin,., ol + Ihi- Sale Bill in puhlir plaees and deliw+ry of copi to .reditms ill rve as cm, pllanee with New Uniform +. Commeriral (:()de I,aw.