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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APEIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN Additional Classified Business Opportunitic MODERN BAKERY and Con- fectionery, modem lunch coun- ter, doing big over-the-counter business. Priced for quick sale. Box 44 Herald. 1169 FOR steam bath and massage business, including appliances for electrical treat- ments. Going Reason- able for cash. "See proprietor for early interview at 208 Fifth Street South. Leihbridge. 1503 BEAUTY SHOP doing good busi- ness in LeibJbridge, Equipment- in good condition. Box S2 Herald. 1408 BUSINESS FOR SALE COALDALE Feed and Flour Mill for sale. Located in ose of the best districts in Alberta, .apply H. Piett. Box 240. Ccaldale. Alta. 1510 Vocational Training LEARN RADIO Sen-icing. Electrical Technology, Wireless Telegraphy, by Home Study. Write for prospects. Radio College of Canada, Box 600. Calgary.____________________AI Fuel CHESTER MINE -ROTAL COAL" Lump. Stove and Nut Coal Phone 91-3015 or 2845 'One ton deliveries discontinued. 4l8h Repairs EXPERT WATCH REPAIRS. Prompt service. Leave at Art Signs. 710-3rd Ave. S. 463 Aviation KEPLER AVIATION CHARTER sightseeing trips. Fly- Ing School, Finer Cub Sales. Ser- vice. Phone 4338; night 2410; Ken- yon Field. 1417 Contracts CONTRACTORS for house build- iag, cement work and general con- struction, citv or country. Aoplv, S46 7th St. A S. 1318 Trucking EX-SERVICEMAN with truck will take orders for general trucking. Nothing too big or too small- phone 4457. 1375 Summer Resorts NOW OPEN Waterton Lakes Hotel and Chalets. Phone Albert Roper, Manager, for Reservations. Phone 12, Waterton Lakes. 1464 Radio Service FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Repairs to all makes of Radios ana small electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture Store. Phone 2787. 872 IOU MAT CALL 3232, -BERT MAC'S, 315-7th St. S. With confidence. JWhere they bund up the per- formance of your the charges. 336 FEEE TUBE TESTING AT McKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 Washer Repairs Expert Service to all makes of Washers and Small Gas Engines. Pull line ol Beattv parts la stock. Order direct from us. Twenty-four hour service. WASHER SALES SERVICE 409-5th St. S., LetnDrtdge. A. G. Holmes. 1342 Loans LOANS ON SELECTED CITY PROPERTY BOWMAN AGENCT, Phone 2325. 1472 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS College Puck Loop For Coast BERKELEY, ate ice hockev competition, inter- rupted b'f the war years after i; had iron a, large following, will be resumed in the far -west next fall, nccordring to plans being perfected at this time. Five 7ersity of Southern California, TJni- Tersitv of-Califoraia at Los Angeles University or California at Berkeley, University ol San Francisco, and Modesto Junior Col- the nucleus of the re- vived inter-collegiate league, ac- cording to a statement froaa Coach Schroeder ol California's Bears, who make the Berkeley Ice- land rink their home grounds. Working with Schroeder in shaping up the league are Arnold Eddy. University of Southern California, and Vic "Hayliger, coach of Michi- gan both nationally-known hoekey men. Plans call for resuaaptioii of the interchange of games between the far west champions and Colorado College, Michigan. Toronto and Il- linois. Some el these intersectlon- al tilts may be staged in the Chi- cago stadium and Detroit Olympic stadium. If western, ice swif ties have their fondest wishes granted, they will also get the chance to plav leading teams on the Ivy League. The word is being sent out that "acw is the time" to try arranging: a truly national inter-collegiate ice hockey event, along the play-off lines adopted by basketball. In the west coast play. UJS.C. and U.Ci-A. will, use the Sonja Henie rink. canacity, Sn Wesiwood. Calif, as their home ice, U.S-F. and the Bears will share Berkeley's Ice- land, while Modesto has i! rink in that San Joaquin city. Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get IB Touch With the Following: Accountants H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acacia Block. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043. 1933 Insulating and Roofing We specialize in applyingRock Grain-Livestock-Stocks GRAIN PRICES Air Conditioning FBEEL SHEET METAL aicClary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our floor display 1323 Home Improvement 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2853. Motors, Electric Grain WINNIPEG, Apnl Ir- regular trend was displayed by rye futures in moderately active trading oa the Wiaoiaeg grain exchange today and prices closed 2Vi cents higher to cersa lower. Trading was confined mostly toi the Octooer and December futures.! with only a few dealings in the July j none li the May. October held j firm throughout the session on com-1 ,_. mission house and local burins I 6 'ne while December, which appeared on! the board at 186S. declined slightly j towards the close. j j May finished ai 259si bid. JaS-j i at 2437; asked. October at 192s and" WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS! (9j KiclurfcwK Ltd.) Pier. Open High Loir Close Close Close al'-A May Hay MARKET TRENDS 257 Dec. 142 138 NEW YOKX Steels, motors, rubbers selected Industrie ted a ten- craJ tractions than a. ftimt in today's TORONTO MINES CANADIAN STOCKS CHARLTON i HILL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Fully equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. {Deceaaber at bid- Exporters reported the f Open. Close 121 Furcace and Eavestrough. Repairs.) MeKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3837. 1823S 254 Auto Wreckers j McLACGHLIN Garage and Auto j LEX BKCCHET Painting. 262'-i; 2 C.W. 1 Wreckers. Comer of 4Ul AT.C. {hangicj. St. S. Phone 3706. f3 2561s: 2 C.W. 4 1 3rd St Phone 2918. Beauty Parlors CALL PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. AU work guaranteed. Phone 3S52. 10-j____________________________ 254 WELLINGTON BROS., The Decor- ________! ators." Est. 1907. For estimates BEACTY phone 2472. Res. St. S. 1853 _ ___ 35 400.000 bushels of wheat to tJnited Kingdom. JBralorne ;s: CASH PRICES j Central Pat..........253 OATS: 2 C.W. 3 C.W. Chesterville .........1S7 es. 3 C.W. 51H: ex. 1 feed s Cosh. Willans.......445 feed 2 feed 3 feed 515-- I East MaSartic ........242 track Si's. (East Sullivan .......375 750 200 120 33 11? (By James Richardson and SocsJ Open !3eH IB-A, Oil D. 607 UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 618-5th St. S. Laura Giles. 870 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-6th Are. South 844 Canadians Whip Wembley By 7-6 LONDON, Canadian hockey team, composed of army and air force personnel, in a. terrific third period drive, came from far behind to eke out a, 7-6 victory over Wembley's highly touted Lions in a. challenge match' at Wembley Empire Fool recently. Tough breaks in the first two pe- riods repeatedly robbed the Cana- dians of "sure-fire" scoring oppor- tunities, but equally as constant good fortune enabled the Lions, to score two in each of the three pe- riods. Some of the season's most "clownish all accidental, added to the excitement of a game that kept the packed house con- stantly in an uproar. Wembley's early goals -were scor- ed by John Osley and Joe Beaton, two each.' HNEST HOCKEY Jackie Giesebrecht, Petawawa. Ont., and Hub Macey. The Pas, Man., both, on repatriation to Can- ada, opened the terrific scoring spree for the Canadians which in turn unleashed the finest hockey of Wembley's current season. .A goal and an assist each to Norm Tustin" and Toni Licari. Ottawa, early, in the third period, served ample notice that, the heat was on in earnest. Lions retaliated with goals by Bob Wyman and John Oxley. Midway through the gruelling third period" Giesebrecht ripped home s. pass from Bobby Lee, Mont- _ real, and then a minute later sup- j plied Macey with a scoring pass. With less than 2. quarter of the period remaining the Canadians turned five forwards loose in the last desperate, successful bid for victory. Licari, unassisted, snake-hippe_d and weaved his way from the opposition blueline through the entire lion club to tie the score with the smart- est goal of the season. Norm Tustin rifled home the "win- ning goai on a pass from Giese- brecht as the official scorekeeper was reaching to sound the gong for the game's end. Officials were Sammy Rosen, Cal- gary, and Ernie Leacdck, BaisS. j STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and tovs made, reiinished or re- paired. "Nic-Nac Shop. 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558. 102 Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch Granite Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Seeds, 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors JT. B- CUMMING. Building Contrac- tor. Phoae 4343. S40 Ornamental Iron Railings. Carpen- ter Work. Plans, Decal Transfers. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077. 1455 NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; fully modem equipment; also lawn mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn "Contractor. Phone 2110 1225 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. PURITY DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs by careful workmen. McXen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. 1427 PEAKE FINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor -srork. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave. South. 118 KEBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. h. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Plume 4574. 169S Appliances EDRESA Vacuum. Cleaners. "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants; Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances of all tvpes. -M- f C.W. 2444; track 259 Screenings a ton. Chicato Graia Prices Glact t Easasa j Hollincer Hudson Bar Kerr Addlson Leitch 260 153 425 245 330 750 220 CHICAGO, April Macassa ________________________________. _'e well ahead most of i FKEO a speciality, j today, bu; oats were aiclntvre OflM P> nV.A_ J _ j_______ Plumbing Gas Fitting j 804-6th St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th Ave. 1962 Radio Repairs neglected after Initial transactions Laoaska Rye demand had been fairly 1 Joliet Quebec strong for the grain ail dar view j Marlon Rouya of the continued tight cash situa- i Noranda "on- i O'Brien wheat, corn and barley finished Osisko again ai ceilings of J-, Pickle Crow .........405 respectively. Oats were i Pioneer .............625 43 H 15'i 145 400 299 435 67 :i 53 123 40 68'i 275 142 26', 25 _____ 25 lind. Alcohol .1 '.I IS1; 22 21 345 20% 39-, !02 42 lean. Vickers 'Can. W. Lumber jCons. Paper...... Cons. IS1; Dist. 15s; j Dom. Steel Z99 24% 13 22 21 :i 350 TORONTO STOCKS: displayed a in the fool of today's Toronto exchange laarket, es- ia milling groups. In- dmtriaU held a narrow margin the cp side but treikne-a in olfcer sroaps more than balanc- ed these ;ains. was unatr the recent average at about shares. MONTREAt. STOCKS: Lead- ers in papers, icdartrials atitt utilities were prominf-nt ia trad- !nr today on the stock exchange and curb market CD to the final hour Oiough I NEW YORK STOCKS 145 400 290 435 68 54 122 Dom. Tar Fanny Farsser...... KEPLER'S GOARANTSSD REPAIRS TO ALL 3IAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1173 Radiator Repairs HARRLSON-McCORD RADIATOR SERVICE Repairing. Cleaning, Re-coring with original eQUipment cores. 114-8th St. S. Phone 4121. 1411 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on out-of-town work. Roy Kemp, 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2685. 1522 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. L EL Jones. Phone 4555. 1285-3rd Ave. S., Lethfaridge. 194 Re-Treading Re-capping and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 Roofing 304-9th St. S CHARLTON HILL i Sen. Rouyn Sherritt Gordon cent higher to '4, cens lower, rye i Preston to cents up. i Qaemont FUTURES CLOSE 183 Vi; Seat 183 Dec. ilay (1947) 183 'i 33; July 81-V Sept 78U: Dec. to RYE May 244 to 245: Julv 148U.. sept. Dec. July Sept. 12SW.; Dec. LIVESTOCK 260 17 112 215 92 Sladen 'Mai.......... 76 Steep Sock ..........340 Teck-Hazhes........470 Thomp. Lund........ 70 Upper Can...........235 Wright-Har. ........515 Total sales 1.819.000 shares. 275 400 625 270 113 210 92 76 350 450 70 285 525 Ford -A" 1 Fraser........ I Gaticeau...... i Gypsusi........ Ham. Hirain Walker S Howard Smith jlinperial OU jimp. Tobacco ilnt. Nickel...... Pete...... Massev Harris JMins. Ont..... j Montreal Power Nat. Brew....... Nat. Steel Car.. Page Kersey 'Powell River Price Bros....... Shawinigan...... Sicks Brew....... Steel of Can..... 30 SSH 19 :o _ 124 371; 24'- 22si 49S 29'i 34 34-; 30 69% 13H IS 10 u 37--I C3y James Richardson and Sons) Opening quotations: Aijicr. TeL, Anaconda, 46: Boeing. 30; Chrysler. 132. Curtlss Gen. Electric, 48; Gen. Motors. 74H; Sennecott. 57; N.Y. i Central. 27 Radio Corp.. IS Si; Sears, Sinclair. Socony Vac.. 17: S.O. NJT., 73'i; U.3. Rub- her. 74; U.S. Steel, West 43 23'ii 25 22-- i 49'j DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones averages at close: 30 industrials. 206.01: oS "0 railroads. up .15. 15 utilities. 4Z58; up .04. 54 251; 54 90 Livestock CALGARY, April 15. Cattle market opening slow. Bayers bid- ding 25 to 75 cents lo-srer. Few early sales. Weekend receipts: cattle I eight calves. 533 hcgs. 1.355 Bulk of week-end receipts through i billed. Hogs sold Saturday at S18.40 for 1 A's. Sows sold Fridav at S1250 Good steers 312 to common to medium to Good to choice butcher heifers ill to common to medium as to Good COWTS to com- mon to medium SS to Good bulls S9.25 to common to me- dium S8.50 to TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials 200.47; off .39.- Golds 132.04; up .02. Base Metals 99.75: UD 52. Western Oils 2956; down .25. PRIVATE WAS MERCENARY The -word private, referrinsj to army rank, was the name originally given to a soldisr hired by fuedal barons in. their private wars. P.M. Sauder Heads Irrigation Set-Up Ho3- D. B. MacMman, Alberta minister of sericulture. Edmonton, told The Herald Monday afternoon that an order-in-councii had been Good to choice veal calves to i Winnipeg Livestock Phone 25S9 livestock marker today. Pack- er bins were ruling 75 cents to j southern Alberta. This will bring the projects involved under govern- le ment control and administration. 'n XT- ha.l an- i Mr. said he had ap- 1S87 ROOFDfG. Siding and lusulauon. Reg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550. 139S Rug Cleaners type ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES IRON SPRINGS NOTES Ladies' Aid Meets at District Home Return Home IRON SPRINGS. (HNS) Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Hunt were visitors to the Lunabreck area Saturday. They also visited with the Tustian family at Cowley. Mrs. Herman Hunt was hostess to the Ladies' Aid last Wednesday afternoon. A number of ladies gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arthur last Thursday afternoon 10 see their baby daughter, Chervl Jessie. Mrs. Gladys Williams and Mrs. Oscar Wilson returned home Mon- day after attending the Jn the Estate of HIRAM HOUS- conference in Calgary last ENGA, late of Iron Springs, in weekend. the Province of Alberta, farmer, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims upon tfle estate of the above named HIRAM HOUSENGA, who died on the 17th of March, 1945. are required to file -with L. S. Turcotte. Banister. Bank Scotia Building, Lethbridge, Friends will be pleased to Mrs. Steve Sorgard is recovering satisfactorily at her home, after undergoing a major operation in St. Michael's hospital, Lethbridge, recently. NOTICE Alberta, by the 27th dav of May, 1945, a fun statement, duly veri- fied, of their claims and of any I securities held by them, and ihat j y 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4650. 150 Farm Lighting 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLT CO. 205-lOth St S. Phone 3848 or 3758. 1720 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Are. S. Phone 4660. 831 Floor Sanding FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. welcome out of town ousiness. 412 FLOOR SPECIALIST 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 EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S- _____All work guaranteed. 1055 furniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing, Snipping ol Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6th-Sl. S. 430 Furriers after that date the Executors will distribute the assets of the deceased among- ths parties entitled- thereto, having reeard only to the claims of notice has been so filed or have been brought to their knowledge. DATED this 6th day of April, 2945. ____ ____ L. S. TURCOTTE, Esa., Bank of Nova Scotia Building, Lethbridge. Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors. Harry Housenga and Grace Grist. r Ti CAMPBELL LOANS ARE LIFE INSURED NO COST PLANS SUITE 1, direr Block St. S. Phone 3011 El no longer be for any debts incurred GEORGE SCOTT. 638-Sth Street S. LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Sxpert restyling, reluilng. cleaning and In- sured storage. Also cloUi coats and dresses for every occasion. NEW TORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." SM-Srd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 General Repairs COLOR-BRITE KTJG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS Chesterfields and rugs (three day service) cleaned and de-mothed. Jiew equipment, experienced op- erators. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or fade coJors. LORNE 2569. 1233 Sewing Machines WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 821 Sewing Service lower. There was not sufficient early selling to establish quota- tions. Cattle calves 775, hogs 1.230, sheep 15. Quotations: Cattle market not established. Goad and choice veal to Grade B-l hogs dressed to Good lambs S13. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, April were steady on earlv cattle sales at the livestock market here today, good butcher steers to good heifers to pointed P. M. Sauder of the West- em Irrigation District. Ssrathmore. has been canal superintendent of the southern division. A. W. Kress, accountant, is the 200 Strike At City Mine More than 290 men employed at the No. C mine of Collieries here on strike today. Monday. tiding- that they be snarxnteed eight boon wortc -when they show np at their Jobs rather than four hours as provided in the union agreement with the company-, colliery officials explained. The discute over the hours of work guaranteed developed Salor- when about 50 men employed oldest eznplovee in. vears of service with the system, having started with the A. R- and I. on February t 22. 1909. and continuing with the j system when it was taken over by j on the surface at the ccUlersr were asked to KO home after -working- Joar hours because such a small runaber of underground men, had shown up for work that there -was not snfSc- icnt work iull of the CfSi. on April 1, 1312. He marked his transler to the third operators of the irrigation system by celebrating his aStfa birthday it is stated. The surface men protested against working only fbur hours, demanding that they be assured of eight in the future. Monday. Exchange of An exchange of two business j buildings here is also involved in j the straight transfer of. the large Monday morning iscst of the employed at the inins shewed f b t T Herald tV> and formerly of Lethbridge. man- ager, and George S. Brown, of Leth- bricige. assistant manager. The order is now in effect. Key to Development The transfer of the old A. Hu and I. system, establishment of which was started abouc 50 years ___ ago. is regarded as the key to" the sorees ,Mcween ana ___________ vast program, which. itreet becween Fourul and 5Uth j absesteetav departments i be faring another 345.000 acres under irrigation by ada's share of waters from the Milk and St. Mary's rivers. It is explained that this initial .____ in the great development- pro- and a' SI0.50! gram will be followed by the m takiT3er over tnp- ori) to Calves were steady at to choice with plain veaJers HEMSTITCHING. Quick Elsie Risler. 511-lith SS. S. service. 59S HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS 33OROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland Bldg. downward to S10. No price was established for hogs which closed previously at. dressed I southeastern grade A 519.75, grade B-l program. There were no early sales of company taking over the operation of further irrigation structures as they are completed by the federal and nrovincial government in the water development into their new quarters planned Saturdays sheep or lambs. Receipts reported by the Doml- nion marketing service" were: Cattle The crown company is entirely an operating company and is not associated in the construction phase. to start m the near future. fhowed. The water resources builojng. I Saturday was not safllcientjo keep generally known as the Lethfindge the colliery busy nil cay. LOS coal Northern Irrigation District build- i waich was ready was hoisted .an- ing. Is to house the offices of Leth- cars were provided for the -raoie bridge Collieries. Ltd.. and the j day for tne at work. C.P.R. lands branch, which con- the surface men wers to stop sists of the natural resources de- i wcrions. The_ur.derground and the colonization cs- "worked the full partment. The A. and L Negotiations to transfer the large I t> o-nrf T fn. 1 COQUtn tftB OfftCCS Of tHC Shoe Repairs STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Bob Barra. calves 380, hogs 100. sheep R. and I system, to the province and lambs 240, includms one car of i started many months ago to western Iambs. speed up the St. Mary and ___ Chicaro Livestock rivers development program CHICAGO, "April _ i choi.. gilts sows and Cattle 15.000, cal IN PHILutffJLlvES MANILA. April 15. The elect the first Phillp- top SIS paid for 1.300-lb. averages: whom the system was operated, sizeable supply to S17.S5: bulk representing the operating company. to best heifers around! To Live at Slrathmore j S17.25: bulk to S15.75; most In his new canacuv as manager beef cows to beef bulls cf the St. Mary and Milk River De- i down; top vealers odd j velopment, Mr. Sauder explained he j 951 j choice lots heavy feeder steers would be spending seven or eight! to j days a month here, continuing to j 1 ailors Cleaners j Sheep bulk good to choice i make his residence at, Strathmore. i fed wooled western lambs to j where he has his headquarters volcano' of political unrest. Outer, President Sergio Os- mena and voiatde Maa- Rosas. candidates in the April 23 election. Tceeo an eye on thaS vtricano as they work for The unrest was bom of war; blackmar- kets, rising living costs, the discon- tent of poor sharecroppers, and tJnited States delay Sn besinnins re- habilitation and pay war clsims. wr o work. 330- _ _ as good to choice fed clipped j "manager of the wStern fct. JN. i-none jambs mixea No. 1 and No. 2 pelts j irrigation District MT. sauder is colonization manager of the department of water resources and official trustee of Time Sheets GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS -TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Anv quantitv. HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203. 485 Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car slaughter ewes quoted around down. NOTES FROM NATAL Radio Licenses Sell inc Unit in District- Other News SEVEN PERSONS. rHNS) School holidays will commence on LETHBRIDGE MARKETS HAY PRICES the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation April 19 and iaat until Monday, District. Apni 29. Involved in the transfer, designed i Radio licenses became due on Kelora to Faxaj to facilitate the proposed St. Mary Apnl 1 at ths local pest office. Ai to J1S Journey to Caljary jand ifilk rivers water dcvc'opment j Jarae number have been purchased.' to in- :scheme, is an irrigable area which I Mrs. A. Wonnall will be Prairie hay -.VAO.AIJ, (tiiMijj i lasj yea- ijad 119.456 acres under! to UJW-A. local on Thursdav, Yates and son-in-law returned to j cultivation, and the whole of which I Annl'lS their homes in Vancouver after a 2n estimated nine of S4.- of catQe was shipped short visit at Michel at the home i noo OCO of Mr. and Mrs. J. McGinnls. Our- j farfri _ 1 thet si2? visitors looked system All I bU5iness at i 406-5th St. S. Phone 3470. anti Natal, were recent ors. They were Miss Helen Ka Mary Krall of SlicheL Miss Connie Reynolds over th T, from the local vards Thursday. A. it. and I.; ilrs Macdonald and Miss Waslcv. Miss Miller, i mamtaai and! school con- Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes, MeKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. 252 prices to the trade on board can Lethbridgs district) LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES CHTKNISG CREAM Special...................50o 48c Lethbridge. This prJce in- 10 cents per KJ. government of v I 8aThe is to admin- Jmbers was elected delegate Van- Leihbndge'Coaldale dis- lne Co-op social evening visit at the home of her mo; Vulcanizing TO AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of JULES T. MAR- TIN, late of Sieux City, in the State of Iowa, Merchant, de- ceased. LATCNMOWERS and SAWS sharp- ened. Surveying and Farm Levels 1 repaired. Locksmith. Gunsmith. Union Repair Shop 1233-3rd Ave. S. 1007 j Michel. A number i enthusiasts attended -month tnc._ whJchl acres under last Friday. <-ner dirrV, ennisiirs. 1 SSO farm- i Mrs. Rose the first two USE SYNTHETIC WAX j a synthetic j wax discovered by British scientists, i TRACTOR. Truck Car Tire Vul- i canizing. Guaranteed. Line bait splicing New and Used Tires.' f NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS i f.r Authorized GOODYEAH Dealer. daueh--- ___ Phone 4263. 1S70, Thgwhs of is a present Michel visitor at over the. Veterinary Surgeons persons estate _ ____ Martin, who died on the 29th day j sure lubrication. finishing, j of December. are required to gramaphone records and cosmetxs.; We with L. S. Tiircotte. Barrisier, Bank of Nova Scotia Building. LrthbJldge. Alberta, by the 27th dav of May. 1946. a full statement ciulv of their claims and of any securities held bv them, and that DR. J. C. CARNEY 904-2nd Ave. a Phone 4150. ____________________________1647 Wheel Aligning as well as provide insulation in radio and serve as a nigaly polisned surface for furniture. _ _ short 4th Ave.- 8th St. Phone 4167. major operation at Use Michel has- Hans John-son of' the arrival of a 1 Mr. AFRICAN EXPERIMENT NAIROBI. an after that date the Executrix will i perizr.ent sponsored by :hc govern- distribute the assets of the deceas- i ment. Africans at Machakos, ati i ed among the parties entitled there- agricultural district 50 mUes from j f.n ViOTrintr Welding Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. 323 to having regard only to the claims of which Holies has been so filed or which have been brought to her knowledge. DATED this 6th day of April, 1946. ____ L. S- TURCOTTE. Esq., Bank of Nova Scotia Building, Lethbridse Alberta. here are working voluntarily under better conditions of living, wages and rations than average. Their effect on daily output carefully checked, and signs indicate the ex- periment will succeed. SI PUBLICIZED BEVERAGES Coffee chocolate and tea were Solicitor for the Executrix, among the first products advertised in newspapers. Jessie Reid Mai-tin. We 'cSange'thTneef or -wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. _ WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 1590 Watch Repairs Eqjert Watch and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaidale 1572 the ditch and contain 1.S50 farm-' Mrs. Rosetta Campbell was for- It is to also sen.e with water. tunatc to u-in a S25 award on tne Natai-Miche. nocKcy nearjy farmers fornnng the Harmony House program this wees. Taber Irrigation District of 21.661 i W. Douglas Macdonald returned acres, the Raymond Irrigation Bis- from Calgary, having received his tnct of 15.010 acre.', and the Ma- discharge frosn the army April S. i grath Imgauon Distrsci of Mr. Charhe Stuber was a patient acres. in the General hospital. Medicine' To provide the new crown com- Kat, a few days lasi week. pany with operating expenses for, Merle Benuzn is in tlse district: this year, the C.PJt. is giving it from Rocky Mountain House, where i he- lhls consisting cf an in- he has been trucking all winter. i Mta to her S at, of Mr. and W. Stear of Long- horrV" a avery of "possession of tr.e system have moved the farm w Company and another by Conrad Beaum in aays. i the VaJleyview da- To Take Over Staff The eniire staff :s being taken ovef by the crown company, tnis involving about 40 employees. An arrangement to protect the pension rights they established while in the employ of the C.P.R. is being com- pleted. Some change of titles is expected for officials but their capacities are not expected to be changed greatly. where Mr Batte 'In tne tne hejci George five-year Brown, who came to the system of engineering after completion of the Vr and Mrs Gus Bouton and i Taber Irrigation District on which faimlV returned" to their home in he J-as enpged. has been superm- TRAGIC WAIT Spokane Wash after spending a tendent of operation and mam- LOUTH, Lincolnshire. short visit at Michel at the home tenance Percy Pell waited at a j of Mr. and Mrs. M. Galla. R- s- Lawrence of Lethbridge has hospital entrance for his wife to t ____________________ been <.anal superintendent for the j take him home in a taxi, she arrived j The Hindus did skin grafting' northern division of the system i unconscious in an ambulance, vie- thousantL, of years ago. EGG PRICES A large SOc A medium A 2Sc 22c and Mrs. announce Natal son. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bert Milisr. Leer.- i ard Ahlgren, Mrs. Ahleren and Mrs. W. of Michel were recent guests in the Kootenay. motoring through Trail, Rossiand and Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. S. Butte left Michel j for Vancouver. The Red Cross drive closed this week. Mr. Macdcnald. local repre- sentative, reports donations ajr.opns to less than ore-half .of other School Inspector Walker paid a to the local on j Mcs- Kooert Lorason, who Jsss been living in Medicine Hat for the past two years, moved out to the farm Monday .of this week. j while M. F. R. Llojd of Magrath tim o' a traffic accident. Vegetable Growers The signing of Vegetable Con- tracts will take place at BarnwcH Scbssl April IS Crystal Lake School at 3 P.TB. .'April 17 CoalctaJe Hall April IS Raymond April 22 nctare Bntte, HaU April 23 Tell yonr Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Slock, Lethbridje NEWSPAPER! ;