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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 'APRIL 9, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Additional Classified Sales Manager and For Sale Terraplarie 1937 sedan. 1930 coupe. Mclaughlin Garage aad AttU Wreckers. 944 1942 FORD MOTOR. Apply CITY TAXI. 1279 FOR SALE OR TRADE. 1927 Chev- rolet sedan. Serial Xo. 3321519. Five tires. 5123. or trade for light deliv- ery cr ceape. Applv 946-7tii SL A S- ______________________________1045 1939 CHEVROLET truck. Ceiling price Serial Ko. 360.126. Pour new tires. Applv Harold Heg- EedoLRiyer Bottoav__________1292 PARTIALLY COMPLETED school van. body, of hardwood coristrue- tloo. Suitable for house trailer. Sitsiated in Lethbridge. Price Box 69 Herald._______________1274 new truck, will take ?i-l ion. oa trade. Must be in good shape. 1939 I> ?5 ton Tvith dump box and hydraulic hoist- A and E Motors. Taber. Fhoae 27. 1265 1935 HUDSON Sedan. Serial No. 536305 Good condition, six good tires, heater. Ceiling Joe Bacho. Taber. Alta. 1094 1929 CHEVROLET Coach. Serial No. 365704, motor just overhauled, tires good. Jake Baerg, Box 248 Coaldale. 10S9 1938 OLDSMOBILE Sedan. Senal No. 636990232. Fair condition, good tires Ceiling John J. Berent. Turin. Alta. 1105 CHRYSLER Sedan. No. P215S10. model; good running order. C. XorliE. 1609 2nd Ave. A Korth. 1151 1S23 MODEL A SEDAN, serial No. 90-7335; five tires: S250. A. E. Bishop. Spring Coulee.________132S Cars and Tmcks Wanted WANT TO SELL your old car? Now Is the time to unload it. pay spot cash. See as at once before prices collapse. J. J. Billigmeier, Lot and Shop south of Post Oflice. 1065 or 3 ton truck. 1S49 or later. Must be hi acod condition. Jiiu Danielson. rear 621-4th St. S.. or Dimmer's Garage._________1194 Don't Wait Any Longer Sell your used car now. Save re- pair bUis. Get the top price. Don't until new csrs coining into the market force used car prices down. Come in Spot hurry. BENT CHEVROLET LTD. 7th Street South. Lethbridge. Phone 2621. 128fi Swaps JS.C. ton and a half to two ton truck, 176" wheelbase with 625 tires; motor just overhauled; new brakes: for car or light deliv- ery. Harold Raher. Granum. 1293 model ton It. ceL lor late model tractor or fann ma- chinery. IJox65.HeraM._____1346 Vocational Training RADIO Servicing. Sectrical Technology, Wireless Telegraphy, by Eome Study. Write for prospects. Radio College of Canada, Box 600. Calgary. _____________ Al Washer Repairs Expert Serrice to all makes Washers and Small Gas Engines.' Full line of Beatty pans in stock. Order direct from us. Twenty-four hour service. WASHER SALES SERVICE 409-5th St. S, Lethbridge A. G. Holmes. 1342 Radio Service FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Eeoalrs to all makes of Radios and small electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture Store, Phone 2787. 872 YOTJ MAY CALL 3232, BERT MAC'S, 315-710 St. S. With confidence. Where the? build up the per- formance of your the charges. 336 FREE TtJBE TESTING AT McKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD- 1272 Loans LOANS LOANS E. A. SHARMAN AGENCY fEst. 1839.> INSURANCE, strasry FIDELITY BONDS. LOANS S2000 to S10C.OOO. On Lethbridge Property, improved or under construction. 1234 JOHN S. WAEHLTI Who has been appointed sales manager of Tavannes Warch Ltd. and Cyma Watch Ltd. The former company takes over the assess ?uc operations of Schwob Brothers Limited, of which Sir. Waehlti was western representative. The new- appointment was effective April iss. He will continue to make his headquarters in Vancouver. Confederation Life Marks 75th Anniversary Confederation Life Association, fourth oldest aad one of the largest Canadian life insurance institu- tions, is celebrating its 75th anni- versarv this month, having been founded April 14. 1871. la all Can- ada at that time there was only of life insurance in force. By comparison and indicat- ing the growth in public apprecia- tion of the benefits or life insur- ance. Confederation Life alone will this year write approximately doable that amount. For more than 50 years the company has been a consistent user of newspaper adver- tising and credits a share in its growth to the influence of press publicity. Its anniversary advertis- ing pays tribute to the" growth of the nation, its resources, industry and business. Today Confederation Life does an international business, having 64 branches in 20 in Canada and 23 abroad. Office staffs number 732 and branch managers and field representatives 1.218. Ac the end of 1345 assets were and business in force 950.297, and every "working day the company pays policyowners" and beneficiaries an average of When it commenced operations in a two-room office in Toronto, the population of Canada was onlv of whom 80.5% lived in rural areas and less than 3Ta west of the Great Lakes. against Rudolph dale, when he appeared before Mag- istrate E. Brovrae at Taber on a charge under the Stock InspecUons Act of trailing cattle a per- mit. Philip George Watsoa, Lethbridge, fined appeared and costs when he before Magistrate E. Browne at Taber oa a charge un- der the Criminal Code of Canada of reckless For failing so report an accident. contrary to regulations of the Vehicles and Highway TraSie Act. Joseph Da'-vson of Bellevue was fined arfd costs ap- peared before Magistrate Fred An- trobus at Blairiacre. Charged under the Indian Act with suDplying intoxicants to a Indian. Michael Gladstone of Pincher Creek -was nned and costs when he appeared before Po- lice Magistrate W. A, Macieod at treaty Indian. Michael Gladstone of Ellen Tourond. Pincher Creek, also charged under the TndJan Ae; with supplying intoxicants to a Bacon Outlook Not 'Grain Livestock-Stocks Drastic decline in hog marketings i was chiefly responsible ior a re- duction of in the of Bums and Co. Limited, and uet WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS! JMMB Ltd.) j treatv Indian, was fined dropped approximately costs'when she appeared before Mag- 000.000 as compared with, the pre- costs when she appeared before Mag istrate IV. A. Macleod ai Pincher Creek. Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the H- MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043. 1933 Motors, Electric vious year, according to the annual report issued Monday by R, J. Dinn- ing, presidesit- The company sales totalled Ml.- octobtr May May RTF- May July Prer. 1945 Open High Loir Close Close Close 51S 51H 5iH 1943 GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Grain friers j TORONTO MINES WINNIPEG. Apn: the net prolii was 1546.15. The overall sales oJ the company, and its subsidiary and affiliate companies, were approximately la referring to the export osar- ket. Mr. Dinning points out thai the demand for livestock and dairy pro- bor clcalo SS V. 84X S4X H 261 243'i 247'i 133S 197S MARKET TRENDS futures rallied atter an early Aumaoue lation on ice grain ex- Aunor" (By James Bichardsoa and Sera) Open Close WAUL STKEET STOCKS: 4ustrial shares paced a advance in the stock market and of cattle, particularly in unchanged at ceiling and y. the rTC W unctarited to 3 27 Z50 134 23! 535 335 335 2SO shares. 128 17 129 252 335 S3 rro 101 220 44 27O 145 305 305 133 53 42 sae OS 27 TORONTO STOCKS: Toronto stock markes had a doll market stock in smaller and at narrow Mines were at the end, industrials were a bit stronirtr and she oils showed little change. Tnra- over was MONTREAL STOCKS: Trad- ins trends were- downward on today on the stock exchange aod curb mari-et. Papers, which hare enjeyed an npswtnj lately, joined with the NEW YORK STOCKS 331 530 213 335 290 fBy James Hlcharcson and Sons) Open; Amer. Tel- j ccnca, 4 Atchtson, 193; Beth. 1 Steel. 1071.; Chrysler, Cons. iSdJscn, Douglas Aircraft. 36: Gen Slecuio Gen. Motors. 74'-; Monty-Ward. 96; Pean. -43: Radio Corp.. Sesrs. iSXXN-J. 71 Texas Corp. 53H; United Aircraft, UA West. Sofa; WiBy Over- land. 25 "j. j ketmgs of cattle, particularly in j _ November when Canadiaii insoected I _J- GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL j slaughter averaged over head 1 was able to handle these unprece- Radiator Repairs HARRISONXMcCORD Service. Repairing. ing with original 114 8th St S. Phone Radiator dented numbers without delay. All i butcher cattle were absorbed as they i came to market, and on the few i occasions when cattle cent _____ CASH PRICES 2 red and over one week to the next f eeUflS" eoSoaS' the and feeder type equipmen. cores. t for slanentn-. Thpi-P -hard, I 2 yellow 1.19 nominal. TORONTO AVERAGES Toronto averages as close: Industrial 19855. np .42. Golds 134.23. down Base metals 99 45. down .44. Western Oils 30.17. down .08. DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones averages at close: 30 Industrials 208.03: a? 2.30. 20 RallroEds sp .53. 15 Ctilities up .08. CANADIAN STOCKS I3y James Richardson ajid SonsJ Cten Close Abitibi ROY'S RADLVTOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on out-of-town work. Roy Hfemp, 327-3rd St. S- Phone 2GS5. 1522 I not suitable for slaughter. There itxu evidence that cattle marketings in 1S46 will exceed those of 1545. which is assured if contemplated oats. 135 to 1.43 H nominal. GRAIN CLOS3 liquidation aad reduction of herds rJl Dec. 1.83 Sept. 1.83'-i: Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. I. E. Jones. Phone 4553. Dinning emphasizes that the j widespread distribution of Canadian, j bacon throughout the United King- dom has been a factor of greas value to future trade development and Re-Treading hand; j 304-9th St. S -ten Dentists DR. A. C. AHREXS DENTAL PtJRITT DAIRY BUILDIXG PHOXE 4482. 283 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work aad repairs by careful workmen. McXen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PIXK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 392S. S14-7th Are- South. 118 REBER ELECTRIC. 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios an'd Appliances repaired. Phone 4374. 1696 Electrical Appliances 1285-3rd S. i lttaS' capitalized upon to advan- 194 tege providing supplies of the re- quisite quality axe made available in quantity and in continuity to afford adeouate coverage of the market. He says that the future success of the bacon industry de- p_ends largely upon the attitude of the producer and the packer to- wards the British bacon market. Mr. Dinning points out that the recent contracts made between Canada and Britain give assurance Phone 2599. j to the nog producers for an ade- 1637 i Quate exopn; market until the end rpfp: of 1948. with a higher level of price He-capping and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phoce 4268. 1270 Roofing CHARLTOX BOLL Asphalt Shingles and Insull Brick Siding. Reg. Jones, I250-5th Ave. S. for the remainder of 1946 and 1947. Phone 4550. 1605 Rug Cleaners COLOR-BRTTE RUG AND L-PHOLSTERY CLEANERS Chesterfields and-rugs (three day service) cleaned and de-niothed. New equipment, experienced op- erators. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or face colors. LORXS 2569. 12S3 Sewing Machines TVE REPAIR all makes of machines. "Work guaranteec. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 921 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Quick Elsie Risler. 511-llth St. S. service. 595 EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow _________________________________ Bird" Refrigerators and Washing i HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Machines: Farm Lighting Plants: j Sineer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Ave. S. Pnone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS i ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 6I9-7lh Ave. S. Phone 4660. 150 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Eroerlence. 137-14th St N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Way. Phone 3319- 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 The Foolish Three The foolish quarrel to excess, Eacii claimuig thai whica none pos- sess. Mother Nature. July 1.21 H; Sept. 1.21 !.3. 83: July SIH: Sept. 73U to Dec. Jaiy 1.48H; Sept. 1.43 ?i Dec. 1.48 BARLBY Sepi Burns Near Record Sales BeUTai. Brazilian SJL Oil Prod. __ _ C. and D. Sucsr S13: good S11.50J to steers, over I.OSO ibs.. I choice to S13: heifers, choice j to SI 1.75; fed calves, choice 312.75 to S13: stocksr and feeder! steers, good to 510.50. Calves 70; good aad choice veal CJOC Daily Programs 63'-i 13 49 25-i Bros Parity Flour St. Law. Corp. "A Shawinigaa 1 Sick's Braw. 49 Westc-n's Ltd. 33 Wpz. Else. I Wpg. Sec. Pfd 101 64S 32 25 43 33 15H 103H 1000 KCS. TUESDAY, APRIL 9 Shoe Repairs j it may neither bad nor good. It was ,oB so now. That break was bad for Paddy and Mrs. Paddy, but there were others who thought it the best. news they had heard for a long j Hogs 35; grade Bl dressed to Sheep 5: good lambs Toronto Livestock TORONTO. April were firm on early cattle sales on the livestock market hers today, butcher steers were S12 to stockers to Calves were steady at to S17 for_cholce. Tnere were no sales sheep or STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP I tuns. Among these were Old Man j lambs. 322-7th St.. K Phono 3955 S03 Hovntp Riisrpr FWa- anrt Tiif r.t- rho i No price was established for hogs O'clock Favorites. ia Scarlet. and Local News. Town. Be Announced. Hockey. News. Round-Up. Square way. Forum. %Ve Waltz. ROAD STEAMER The first automobile 02 rsecrd was invented by a Frenchman is 1769" and was steam-drivea. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS HAY PRICES 322-7th St. S. Phone 3955. Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 7l4-3rd Ave. S. 501 i Coyote, Buster Bear and Tuny the i Lynx. All three Beaver pond. hastened to the i -five Jc j Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva.! Old Man Coyote was the firsL to Tailors Cleaners 95i i get there and almost caught Paddy. -----j But almost is no better than, no- j where near. It is even more dis- appointing. It was so with Old Man LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Sat' Oovote So when Buster Bear same work. 330-13th Si. N. Phone 2770. shuffling along and stopped to look at the hole in the dam, then sutod 1 i up to lock over the pond from. i which the water was running out I 1336' INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPRIETARY ELECTOR? FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LOKNE LONG, PHONE 2569. We welcome out of town business. __________________________ 412 l-urniture Moving _________ ATTPMTfnM MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6th St. S. 430 Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR COATS 5n the latest styles, saving priced. Expert; AT REDUCED BATfS four proprietary School District bv any ten such trict. by any twenty such ejectors of a Town. Consolidated, Rural High School District or Schoo! Division, but no poll may be demar.ced when the loan is for purpose building a first school house and and _ SAWS sharpr does not fat in any District other than a Consolidated District. S2.000. fb) in a Consolidated Dis- trict. S5.GOO, In a School Division it shall not j CHICAGO. April '41) 14.500: good and choice barrows and gilts sows and stags Cattle calves 700; good and choice vealers to 317; bulk S1S.65 to best heifers S17. Sheep 6.000: good to choice 516 50: fait. Old Man Coyote ground fcs good to choice fed clipped lambs teeth and would have snarled at! Deck S14.50. MECHANICS TIME SHEETS j Buster that he didn't want 1------------------------------ carried ia stock. Any quantity. Busier to know thai he was around. TT.S. FLEET MANOEUVRES HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203.; He hoped Buster would go aa-ay. WASHINGTON. April 5 Buster didn't go away. He The United States will assembie 29 as did Old Man Coyote, thai those 1 warships fcr full scale games Beavers would try to repair that, i this month m the dam and he wanted a Beaver cm- tic. Two carriers and a ner quite as much as did the for- j Ucship will be included in the ves- nier. So ce stuck around. j sels to participate in the exercises Then came Tufty the Lynx. He. i scheduled to last five necks, v.'ar too, looked over the break in. the I conditions wiU be suauJated :S" operations, first full scale manceu- Then he Settled himself behind vrss in use Atlantic since pre-war the dam and close to the break. days. ___ where he could ;eap on an. unsus- peeling worker leavir.g the water, steal from him a dinner that to Broad- __........ yji m So PraWs ....................US Art Vaa Damase QuSa-, fJUl vrtem to tia tet. which ciosed previously dressed., Hepcrt and i grade A S19.65 to S19.75. t CJOC World News. j Receipts cattle 190; calves 330; Music. hogs 280; sheep and lambs 180. Chicago Lirestock News. Watt Sings. Pianoforte. OFF. 455! Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating gusrsntccc. aam peeeoeti over a. the pond. 406-oth SL S. Phone 3470. dinner at Famous for Finer Furs." Vfnnf Avenue S. General Repairs cned. Surveying arid Farm Levels Service. McKenzie Electric Phose 3537. 252 This was more than oisi Man Coy- j a dinner ore could stand. silly? Bui Wasn; :ha: Quarreling is siUy any- "They are mine. I was here; way. firsi." growled Old Man Coyofe. MeanwhUe Psdcty and -.Irs. gcang as near as he drawing back his iorsg white teeth. dared and were improvuig opportunity. To see to show his opportunity and improve is one canizing. splicing. r Tire Vul- Guaranteed. Line belt) "They won't be yours unU! you New and Used Tires.; eaten them, ar.d tr.ey wiU have to SUITE J. OBvcr Block tie-5th St. S. Fhone 3021 Union Repair Shop 1238-3rd Aie. S.: Insulating and Roofing be necessary to submit the by-law We specialize in applying Rock i to the electors provided the total Wool and AsphaU Shin-1 amount of the proposed debenture i gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- bcnws-ing- of the birtsicn in the j perienced crews on the job the year year does not exceed S50.POO. i round. Every demand fcr a poll should j Western Home Improvement Co. be delivered to the Secretary of the s Stafford Block. Phone Division or District, cr in his ab- 5er.ce. to the Chairman of lh" Board cf Trustees, -within fifteei days from the date cf posting of these notices. A certified copy of the demand should be forthwith forwarded to the Board of Public Utility Commissioners cf Alberta a't Edmonton. I Proprietary Elector means any 1 elector, other than a tenant, who is liable to assessment nnd taxa- tion for school purposes in respect of anv property situated in a Schcol District. Ml ill ca.iu _ -nf repaired. Locksmith. Gunsmith. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS pass me lirsi for-ymi to do S.! AND AUTO WRECKERS .snarled He aix> snowed his, foolish or the sures: ways ol getting or. in the wor'-d- I; is one secret of success. No one knows this be'.tcr do Beaver folk. All the unv; the ATrrn -rcEFrKFKs snarsea aiso snowea; icosish ttiree were ana Auunon5ed GOODrEAR Dealer, i and they were quite as un- i snarling at each other Phone 42S8. 1870, pbasant to look al as were Man Covote's. S Thev continued to snarl and j at each other, each clayrursg those Beavers as his. Butter Bear Veterinary Surgeons DR. J. C. CAP.NEY 904-2nd Ave. a Phone 4150. Mrs. Paddy were working hard. J They were "bnr.go-.g up Irom the "bottom of the old torn sticks from which they had eaten the bark, swimming with them to ar.d -here WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 Upper Club. CIU'O. Moments. News. Report Morning Melodies. News. of Life. in the WJdwocd. From Li'e. Crystal Calendar. Sister. Neighbor. Mood. Happy Gang. 1 Me. Lousee. A L C Siiow. World N'e-xs. Tuna Novelties. Woman c' Aaerara, Perkins. Young's 'Family. Roman res. Review. ta Office. for Program. Isianders- Round-Up. LETHBRIDGE CREAM i PRICES i T 1 Special ..................50c No. 1......................48s i (F.O.3. price In- eludes 10 cents per Ih. gorarnaieat subsidy.) i EGG PSICES A __ __... 30c A medium............... 2Sa A and Vegetables OF ALL KINDS Wanted In szeall lots or carload quantities We aave six new fertfliter attachments for potato plant- ers. They caa be attached to 341? make of piaster. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers' Limited Stafford Block. Farm Lighting 110 voit and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. Welding 205-lOth St, S. Phone 3848 or 3758. 1720 Phone 2839 for Portable Welding. Prompt Sen-ice. Guaranteed Work Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S.} The foolish three 1251 i o.uairehng over a dinner that none nncsnsseri that, they forgot every- We change thslleel rims of' Tract- or to rims suitable for rubber 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. i tires. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES WELDED PRODUCTS 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 46GO. 210 Avenue. Phone 2544 831) 1590 possessed Ot Listening to the quarrel going on back of the- dam Paddy and Mrs. member ol the Cat famsiy can. i them with mud bro'-jht up H- turned on Old the bottom, mud ana masses and the latter retreated hurriedly, water-soaked Such unpfeasantnees as followed! were so busv Paddy would chuckle and work a little faster. And not one of the i foolish three discovered what was i _____ going on while they quarreled. i haar all that was going on. Thev j 1946 by T. W. others to] The nest story: "Higu Water.' Removal Notice Bill Adams, hide, pelt and fur dealer, has removed his business from 110-5th St. S., to office in VAN HORNE BARNS Opposite Alberta Poultry Ltd. Fourth Street S. iWSPAPfc.RI ;