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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Additional Classified Vocational Training LEARN RADIO Servicing Electrical Technology, Telegraphy, by Home Study. Write for prospects. Radio College of Canada, Box 600. CaJgarr. Al Washer Repairs i Expert Serriee to all makes Washers art Small Gas Full line ot Scatty pans inj stock. Order direct Iroia us. I Twenty-foar tour service. WASHER SALES A SEKVICB 403-Sth St. S, A. G. Howies. 1342 Radio Service FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Repairs to all makes of Radios and small electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture Store. ___________Phone 2787._________872 TOU MAT CALL 3232, BERT MACS. St S. With confidence. Where they build up the per- formance of your the charges. 385 FREE TOBE TESTING AT MeKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 Loans LOANS LOANS E. A. SHARMAN AGENCY The Alberta Gazette, upon payment of all fees and costs due to the municipality and the purchaser of said animal. For Information apply to P. A- Baker, Secretary-Treasurer. MJ5. of Eureka No. 14, Grassv Lake, Alta. PI NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of JULES T. MAR- TIN, late of Sionx City, in the State of Iowa, Merchant, de- ceased. NOTICE is herebv given that all persons having claims upcn the estate of the above named Jules T. Martin, who died on the 29th day of December. 1944 are required to file -with Turcotte, Barrister, Bank of Nova Scotia Building, Lethbridge. Alberta, br the 27th day of May. 1946. a fall statement, duly verified of the'r claims and of any securities held by thpm, and that after that date the executrix will distribute the assets of the deceas- ed among the parties entitled there- to having recard onlv io the claims of which notice nas so filed or which have been brought to her knowledge. DATED this 6th day of April, A.D. 1946. Lv S. TURCOTTB. 3Sa_ Bank of Neva Scotia Building. Lethbridse Alberta. Solicitor for the Executrix. SI Jessie Reid Martin. A Job To Be Done If you would to yourself be true, Let nothing stop what you must do. the Beaver. Paddy the Bearer has made this a rule ever since lie was big enough to begin working, and that was when he was very young. Mrs. Paddy has always Jived by the same rule. Both learned early tha: work can be f ua. when is well done, and done when i; should be done, and there isn't too much of it. What a pity thas more folks haven't learned this. So i; is that when there is work to do, work that must be done at. once. Paddy and Mrs. Paddy never put it off. "A job to be cone is aa obligation that no reputable Beaver ever thinks of avoiding. Walkouts, siidown or olher strikes are unknou-n in BeaverviUe. They have too much respect- for the dig- nity of labor to belittle it. by refusal to work when there is a job to be done. A job is HOE the means to a selfish end, but. completing it, for the benefit, of all is the desired end. There was a. job to be done now. There was a break, a hole, in their dam to be fixed. By and by wouldn't do. It wouldn't do at all. Already more than half water in their pond had run out through that break. It wss still running out. Unless it was stopped from running ous the water in that pond would soon be so low that Paddy and Mrs. Paddy would no longer be safe there, nos even in their own house. They both knew this. So did Old Man Coyote. So did Tufty the T.ynx -who had discovered what had happened. So did Busier Bear. He had awakened from his winter sleep. Prowling about for a few days he had happened to visit the pond and .found the break. From lack of use some things shrink. It was so with Buster's stomach. For the first few days after he had awakened he had no appetite. That was because his stomach had shrunken until there was no room in it for anything but a little water. He had been, thirsty but not hungry. Now his stomach was getting to be its old self and when it is it takes a great deal to fill it. Buster is a hungry fellow. He was now. Of course Buster and Tufty and Old Man Coyote knew that Paddy and Mrs. Paddy would try to mend the dam. "Ill stick thought Bus- ter Bear. "If they can't mend the dam. all the water will run out of their pond, or enough anyway lor me to get to their house and tear it open." "They will have to come ashore to get "sticks and things. Ill justj keep an eye on this place." mut- j tered Tuftv the Lynx, and licked his lips. As for Old Man Coyote, he still hoped to get that Beaver dinner he had so nearly caught- He wasn't giving up hope yet. No, sir! ".Next time." he would say to himself. time I'll get that dinner. So he, too, stuck around, but all three took care to keep out of sight of Paddy and. Mrs. Paddy. "That dam has got to be fixed right away." declared Paddy. "Of course." agreed Mrs. Paddy, "but how are we going to do it? Old Man Coyote almost" caught you, and we may be sure that he is waiting around for another cfeanee. It won't be safe to try to get'those sticks we cut below the dam." "Right, my dear, it won't be safe. It won't be safe to go ashore at replied Paddy. "So inquired Mrs. Paddy. "So we won't." replied Paddy. "But how will we inend the cam? How can we get the Mrs. Paddy wanted to know. She looked puzzled. "There are sticks enough in the pond right now. mostly on the bottom, the food sticks from which we ate the bark during the win- ter. "We can mend that- dam without going on land at alL We woa't even have to get on the dam for vre can troric from tb.e deepest water oa this side. Come oa! We'll fool Old Man Coyote and Buster Bear and Tufty the said Paddy. "Hove do you know Buster and Tufty are asked. Mrs. Paddy. She looked surprised. Paddy grinned. "I don't." he, "but It Is a safe guess that they are. Now let's get busy. We a job to do." (Copyright, 1946. by T. W. Burgess) The next story: "The Three." INTERNATIONAL DOG i DERBY PLANNED BRITISH SOLDIERS WALK OFF TROOPSHIP SOUTHAMPTON, England. April hundred British sol- diers, protesting against crowded conditions, walked off the troop transport Corfu today as the line: said sailed for the Orient- THE PAS. Man.. April The St. Paul. Minn, Winter Carnival Foolish association is considering staging; aa international dog derby as a feature of its 1917 carnival, it was reported here. Information is being sought fcere regarding dog teams and drivers to take part in the planned Winnipeg to SJ. Paul derby. The carnival is sched- uled to be held irt St. Paul Feb. Grain-Livestock-Stocks tr Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following; Accountants H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043. 1938 Air Conditioning Motors, Electric Fully equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. MeKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. an FREEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our floor display WELLINGTON BROS.. Decor- 1-9. 1947. WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS! (By KfeharitoMx It Ltd.) Quotations: Open Lo-s- Close Close Close Mav May BRITONS TO EAT MORE CANADIAN CHEESE (Cariadiaa Press Staff Writers OTTAWA. April Ca- nadian cheese likely Trill be served on dinner tables as soon as the world's food situation has re- turned to a nornia! peacetime basis. This proausioj; word for cheese-snakers, based on eoajpari- son Tsriih pre-Ti-ar exports, came] from the agriculture department af- J May July October 262 354 262 26i 259 142U 122? MARKET TRENDS "Week-end receipts: 1.135 35 calves, 333 hogs and 1301 sheep, i GRAIN WisBiprj Grain j Bulk cf week-end receipts turciigc WINNIPSti. April bisled. display was given by rye fa-; Hogs closed last weei at in" trading oa the Winnipeg lor A's, SO-AS S12. j exchange today and prices Good :o choice butcher steers three cents higher to to Good :o choice. Jarxser! ._____lower. heifers sll to depend entirely oa Buying orders which found thef Good OO-KS S9 to 5950. Good; Australia and New Zealand for her market bare of offertags had boost-; S9.25 to ter :he disclosure in London of a 10-year plan under which Britain j butter and cheese supplies. ed May and July the five cent limit Good larnbs to during the f irsi half of the session. winninwr Uresux-k bui purchases dropped off towards; Winnipeg WINNIPEG, AprJ FIRST LONDON STATUE ____.________ ____ RETURNS FROM EVACUATION. the close and May closed at S2-611 opened up on the side OK j LONDON, April j bid. July ai asked. October tlse livestock raarkei here today, i :o reMim showed weakness throughout and Moss VRMn; classes were under! closed at, pressure. Exporters repc-nSd only _a lighS; cattle 1.750: swers -up to 1.050; NEW YOKK Sleets, rails aad utilities lost fractions U arwotd a in today's iiwiiilar stoei mar- ket while and selected indntsiriaJs naaaged to resist the trend. Dealings picked vf at times bat were off appreciably from the totals of the last sev- eral days. Volwmc aaceantcd to aixrat shares compar- ed with IJaVljaw but Friday. TORONTO gains than losses were bvarded in today's session of tbe To- ronto exchange and trading vac quite active, showing turnover zroond shares. CHAKLTON HILL Sheet Metal and Koofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. 1828 Auto Wreckers McLACGHLIN Garase and Auto Wreckers. Comer of 4th Ave. and 3rd St. Phone 2918. _____10 Beauty Parlors CALL BEAUTY PARLOR for your Next HaSr Do. All xcork guaranteed. Phone 3852. 607 UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 518-5th Ss. S. Giles. 870 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General "Woodworking. LETHBRtDGE WOODWOSKING CO. 611-6th Ave. South 844 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and toys made, refinsshed or re- paired "Nic-Nac Shop, 416A-3rd St. South Phone 3553. 102 Cemetery Memorials Ijtnporters of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHERIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. B. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors J. B. GUMMING. Building Contrac- tor. Phone 4343. 940 Ornamental Iroa Railings, Carpen- ter Work, Plans, Decal Transfers. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077. 1455 NSW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; fully modem equipment: also lawn mccrers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. -1225 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. PURITY DAIRY BLTLDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs by careful workmen. McKen- zae Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave. South. HE NOTICE PUBLIC XOTICS is hereby giver: that there has been introduced in the Council cf the Municipal Dis- trict of Barons No. 25, a by-law of ths following is a short syn-" opsJs: Council of the Municipal District of Barons So. 25 enacts that all that portion of fourteen C14) range twentv-one davs from the publica- tion." electors of the said townshii) the council to submit such by-lat? to the vote of the nroprie- tary electors, the council -srill pro- ceed to finally pass same." V7. R. MADILL. Secretary-Treasurer. Municipal District of Barons No. ?5. PUBLIC NOTICE By the Board of Trustees of The Lethbridge S. D. No. 5L of toe Province of Alberta. "WHEREAS it is deemed expedient by the Board of Trustees 'of the Lethbridge No. 51, of the Prov- ince of Alberta, that the sum of dollars should be borrowed on the security of the said or District by tbe issue of Deben- tures repayable to the bearer in 4O equal consecutive annual instal- ments Trith interest at the rate of not more than eight per centum per annum for the following pur- poses, namely: For the purpose of building a Senior Composite High School, Technical Shop, Auditorium, and necessary expense for fenc- ing and grounds. THEREFORE, notice is hereby given by the Board of the said School Division or District that un- less a poll of the proprietary electors of the said School or Dis-' trict fcr and against the said de- benture loan is demanded as pro- tided by The School Act. the said j Board will apply to the Board of j Public Utility Commissioners for authority to borrow the said sum by debentures. Of which ail persons Interested are hereby notified, and they are required to govern themselves ac- cordinglv. G..C. PATERSON. ____ Chairman.', DATED at Lethbridge, this 5th day of April, 1946. INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPRIETARY ELECTOR? A poll rrsay be demanded by any four proprietary electors cf a Rural School District bv anv ten such electors of a Village School Dis- trict, by any twenty such electors of a Town, Consolidated. Rural High School District or School Division, but no poll may be dcmar.ced when the loan is for the purpose of i building a first school house and doss not in any District other than a Consolidated District, fb) in a Consolidated Dis- trict, In a School Division 3t shall not be necsssary to submit the by-law to the. electors provided the total amount of the proposed debenture borrowing of the Division in the yeer does riot exceed Everv demand for a poll should be delivered to the Secretary of the Division or District, or in his nb- sence. io tiie of f hf> Board of Trustees, tiHhin fifteen days from the date r.f posting of these notices. A certified copy of the demand should be forthwith forwarded to the Board of Public Utility Commissioners cf Alberta at Edmonton. Proprietary Elector means any elector, other than a tenant, who is liable to assessment nnd taxa- tion for school purposes !n resoect of anv property situated In a School District. Ml REBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances renaired. Phone 4574. 1696 Electrical Appliances ETJREXA Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow Bird" Refrigerators aad Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants; Fluorescent Gennicidal Lighting Appliances of all types. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 150 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECMilST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLT LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. __1055 j ators." Esi. 1907. For estimates! Bedfordshire, phone 2472. Res. St. S. 1853 I bronze horse The first London statue from evacuation that of King Charles arrived at the works ministry y; Park. Since 254 Plumbing Gas Fitting FRED a speciality. 604-6th St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 C.W. 264. of the old Eleanor Cross, the origin- al Charing Cross, since 1575. Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th Ave. N. 1962 Radio Repairs TVHO FOOLED WHO? BATH. England. Aprsi Grain Prices CHICAGO. April rye moved -arell ahead moss of the time again today on continued short cpv- MONTREAL Papers were active aad higher on average in transactions up to the anal hoar today en the stock exchange. Otber key irrre inclined to be ir- good SlO io fed calves. chosee :o cows, good 59 to bulls, good S9.25 to S10.U5; stacker and feeder steers, S1050. Calves 610: seed and choice veal tt> SIS. loss buying, j KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL j didn't. MAKES RADIOS. HEARING i AIDS and APPUCANCES. BYRNES 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1173 John Steaners Somerset house nve-cent limit, allowed in z Scee? 1.4; good larabs advertised _ stream to blocked." CaUers "earn? "from aS j for oats which usual- and sheep were" "early steers S1750; odd head and shon pans of Somerset and Wiltshire. 5 jy accompanies Letters poured in. The Stenners i rve was a are looking for the person who in- j deliveries, serted the ad in the paper. They good butcher Jielfers ap to SI2: good cows and culls SlO to 110.50. Choice veal calves were S16 to SI7 with plain, lights down-sard to SlO. Good western tem'ns were _ __ 515. Sheep were S4 to S3. Hezs Hws 11CO: erade 3' dressed 1 closed previously at. dressed, grade A grade 31 319 JO. Chicago Livestock CHICAG.O. April good and choice barrows and gilts S14.85; sows and stags Si-LlO. 13.000: calves 700; top Radiator Repairs HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114 Sth St. S. Phone 4121. 1631 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- liverv paid on out-of-tovm work. Rov'semo, 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2685. 1522 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service L K. Jones. Phone 455o. 1285-3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading Re-caoping atsd Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 Roofing CHAKLTON HILL 304-9th St. S Phone 25S9. 1587 Asphal; Shingles and Insull Brick Siding. Reg. Jones, I250-5th .Aye- S. 1 CflX Phone 4550. 1605 Rug Cleaners COtOR-BRITE RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS Chesterfields and rugs (three day service) cleaned and de-mothed. New equipment, experienced' op- erators. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or ____NOT PLANNING TO ATTEND U.N. RE-CONVENING i cents ahead. WASHINGTON. April CASH GRAIN state department spokesman said! 2 red and hard. 1.83- today that Secretary Byrnes "has I nominal. Good butcher steers no plan to go to New York tomor- row" for the reconvening of the United Nation security council. Re- porters had asked Mr. Byrnes might go back to the coun- cil session ia light of Russia's neve- insistence that the Iranian case be dropped. ELDORADO CONSPIRACY CASE ADJOURNED TO MAT TORONTO, April French and Marcel Pochon. charg-j ed with conspiracy to defraud El-' dorado Gold Mines Ltd., cf a quan- tity of radium and not less than S500.000 cash, were remanded until May 6 in court here today. They were released on bail of each. 2 yellow 1.19 nominal, 1 ceiling. No oats. 155 to 1.43 -i J nominal. ft 11 tfrfKfi CLOSE WHEAT-July 133 Vi; Sept. Dec. 1.83 L21 July Sept. 83; Julv 81U; Sept. to to 2.33; jo'- western lambs ;o S16.50; woolled slaghter e-sres 58.73 j down. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS RODEO ASSOCIATION TALKS REVISION OF REGULATIONS PENDLETON. Ore.. April regulations were under discussion here today as the Rodeo Association of America opened the business sessions of its ermual meet- ing. "Rodeo is becoming a major American sport since the -war be- cause of its traditional background." R. J. Hofmarm of Cheyenne. Wyo., president, said as the meeting got under war. BLUM MEETS ST. LAURENT OTTAWA. April l the fauiy to ccxxx 24900IS OFFICES M 41 CANADIAN OTIES Suite 1 Oliver Block 316 Sth St. S. Phone 3031 ;