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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN In Police Court Sale of a revolver -mttiout beneus of a" Derrnit was sired in city police court on Tuesday when four Letfa- bridge rceti were charged by the CU-V police. Silvio BridaroUi. Joe T. Orosz, Charles Tqwle and M. PionteSt -a-ere each convicted and fined 923 and costs by Magistrate Ben Meicaife. who pointed out that the enrne a serious one and that; he ia- tended to help stop trafliclsing in such firearms.. Three residents of the city and JR. SedgewicX c. Me- and N. guilty to illegal possession of liquor and contributed S2U and costs each, A district girl of 18 years pleaded guiliy to theft of a piece of cloth from" Stan Peszat. tailor. His worship took a lenient view of the case because of her youth ane fined her Sio and costs or two weeks in Fort Saskatchewan jaiL The fine was paid. Gwen Savers appeared on a charge of dangerous driving while R. C. Crabb pleaded not guilty to having control of a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Both cases were remanded until Mav 6, the latter being released oa bond. ft j oarers at Bamwell on Saturday On j Vote to Enter natter 01 me school j Barrs Contronis Taber School Unit to The Herald) of the vote of the tate- District entering the Taber School Division were announced here to- day. The vote urass lor j entering the large unit and 83 j against, with two spoiled ballots. Lethbridge Business AND Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Classified Business Opportunities MODERN BAKERY and Con- fectionery. modem lunch coun- ter, doing bte over-the-counter I business Priced for ouick sale, i Box 44 Herald. 1169 FOR steam bath and massage business. Including anpliances for electrical treat- ments. Going concern. Reason- able for cash. See proprietor for early interview at 208 Fifth Street South, leUibridge. 1503 -BEAUTY SHOP doing good busi- ness in. Lethbridge. Equiprnens in good condition Box 82 Herald. 1408 BUSIXESS FOR SALE COALDALE Feed and Flour Mill for sale. Located in one of the bess districts in Alberta. Apply H. Plett. Box 240. Coaldale, 1510 Repairs_______ EXPERT WATCH REPAms7 Prompt service. Leave at Art Signs. 710-3rd Ave. S. 463 Trucking EX-SERVICEMAN tsrith truck -sill take orders for gen'eral trucking. Nothing too big or too small. Phone 4457. 1375 Contracts PHO3TE 3S4g FOR TVELL ROTTED AISTD TOP SOU, ____ ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR NSW LAWNS. Work done by Es-servicemen. Prompc delivery. 1597 Summer Resorts Waterton Lakes Hotel and Chalets. Phone Albert Roper, Manager, for Reservations. Phone 12, Waterton Lakes. 1464 Radio Service FKEMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Repairs to all makes of Radios anc small electrical appuances. Above Capitol Furniture Stores Phone 2737. Accountants Motors, Electric MEECH AGENCIES Acadia BlocSs. 3rd Avenua South. Income Tax Consultants. phone 3043. 1933 Pally equipped shop, expert work- CALGARY, April the second time during his present trial for the murder of Franfc Bishop Thomas, Lawrence Ross Barss jumped to his feet in. the doci this morning to confront a. witness. The outburst occurred as James Mitchell, a cell-mate of Barrs at R.C-itP. barracks, was relating conversations held between the two early March: Mitchell had just told the court about Barrs asking him whether he had seen any articles in the police court office'connected Tsnih the trial. or which might be tised as exhibits, partlcularlj- mentioning a revolver and an axe, when the accused leap- ed to his his face flushed. He pointed his Snger at. the tsrit- Grain Livestock-Stocks GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg: Grain WINNIPEG. April futures trade was confined to Oc- tober and December in dealings on the Winnipeg grain exchange to- day. Price finished cents higher to 1H lo-rcr. After developing a fairly strong tone earlier, the distant months eased slightly towards the close, offerings became more liberaL j Demand was almost entirely of local character. May finished at 261 bid. July at asked. October 'WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS] Kich-rds-a Ltd.) MARKET TRENDS Prev. OATS Open High 1trs Close Close Close ay 51-2 515i 51% May man, 'for the repair of and three abase motors. MeKeniie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. ness and half shouted ineoherentiy. and December at asked. In ihe export market. the TJniied Kingdom took a further I bushels of wheat. .192- _ 12% ISO" 64% 261 244 1921- Air Conditioning FREEL SHEET METAL kfcClarv furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our fioor display 13C3 CHARLTOX i HILL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrcugh. Repairs. LEX BRCCHET Painting. Paper- hanging. 329-llth St. S. Phone 37C6. 254 WELLIXCTOX BROS., "The Decor- ators." Est. 1907. For estimates phone 2472. Res. 611-lOth St. S. 1853 Auto Wreckers MCLAUGHLIN Garase and AnW Wreckers. Comer of 4th Ave. ana 3rd St. Phone 2918.________ 10 Plumbing Gas Fitting I FKED a speciality. j S. Phone 2735. Piano Tuning Factional officer on guard placed straining hans on his arm. sat do'Kn again, still glaring ___ Mitchell. The witness continued his j Track 51 evidence unperturbed. CASH PRICES steaov at Calves sold steady a: for choice plain vealers doimward to Xo price estabhshed for fcogs, which clcsed previo'-islv dressed.': Asbestos grace A grsde Bl SS935. J Bell Tel j Brovrei Co CANADIAN STOCKS (By James Richardson and SessJ Opes Clcse 260. calves 24C, hogs 240. Unsold RYE: 1 C.W. 2 C.W. [from jesterday 1.400 head c Strike Of Lumbermen Near 13 C.W. rej. 2 C.W. 23: V, !c.W. track 261. Screenings VANCOUVER, April V Ue-up of British Columbia's vast lumbering industry, affecting B. A. Bidg. Prod. C. and D. i Can. Can. caUIe. ChicaKo Utmtoek CHICAGO. April Can. Breivg. good and choice barrows and Can. S-S. gilts sovs and stags SI4.10. Can. Car Cattle 6000: calves 700: steers: lad. AlcohoJ top mas; heif- 3 C.P.R- Beauty Parlors CAIi WSSTBRGOK'S SSAUTY paRLOR. for your Next Hair Do. AH work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 6OT GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. Ave. S. of America and the oper- j ators. represented by R. V. Stuart, i, The union is asking a Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO, April established a new ail-urne high today's trading, marking up a trs besz S17: stoci caUie Can. Viekers price of Almost im- i SM.75-S16.25: most beef cows telv after the record was I heavy beef bulls :o 515 and i reached" the demand slackened, i fleshy dairybreds to 514 23; vealers 'be_ profis cashing carne into the pi; j mostly 516.50 down. and prices backed down under pro- I Sheep choice fed as much as 0 or: good to j ?3 ftTlV? 1 ._ oats moved'medium and good woolskms with September 1 load common arid rnedsum Radio Repairs 40-hour UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 61S-5th St. S. Laura Giles. KEPLER'S i 870 GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL rit higher ACCUSED OF ABDUCTION PORT ARTHUR, April Harry J. Spannier. 24. of Winnipeg. a, special investigator, today was', "e charged with abduction of Cabinet Making MAXES RADIOS. HEARING AH3S and APPL1AXCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 43SS. 1173 Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWOBKIXG CO. ______gLkggLAve- Harrisoti-McCord Radiator Ser- STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES. vice Reoairing. Cleaning. Re-1 euUpmen. paired. "Kic-Kac Shop, 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558. _____102 old Douglas Murray Mclntyre of' "frrf Port Arthur, abducted from a down- 1 towii millinery store iast April 8. He was remanded until tomorrow without plea by Magistrate "V7. R-us- seE in magistrate's court. At the finish wheat, corn and barlev held at their respective ceil- ings. and lower to higher; unchanged to 21- CASH PRICES 2 red and pooled eves ar.d backs mixed S7.7a; cosimoa shorn homed bucks 32-i :ss 3 26 25 39 20 is 21-t 19 TORONTO MINES (By James Richardson and Sons> g. Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch Granite ana Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MOXCMEXTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-3th St. S. 1632 J. B. CCMMIXG, Btulding Contrac- tor. Phone 4343. 940 Ornamental Iron Railings, Carpen- ter TYork, Plans, Decal Transfers. G. BL Lambert. Phone 2077. 1455 NEW LAWN'S AH necessary material on hand; fullv modem equujment; also lawn mowers and clippers sharpsned. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. ____________ 1225 Dentists DR. A. C. AHREXS DENTAL SURGEOX. DAIRY BUILDIXG PHOXE 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs by careful workmen. McKen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave. South. 118 REBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Anpliaiices repaired. Phone 1696 Electrical Appliances Barrett s 114-8th St. South. Phone 4121. 1583 RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, reccicd. liverv paid on oat-of-town -work. -Raoia- Mrs. Honker Roy Kemp, 327-3rd ST. S. 26S5. 2 yellow, 1.19 nal. ceiling. 2 white, 81 to 86 ceil- 1.25 to 1.43S nominal; feed 1.14 to 1.24 nominal. 5T3TUHE3 CLOSB "WHEAT Julv l.S3'-i: Sept. Dec. 1.334: May 1947. I.83S- July 1.21'.i; Sept. 1.21 J2. 83; Julv to U; Sept. 78S to K; Dec. 78 2.47 S to -s: Julv 1.4S-; Sept. Dec. BARLEY May July ri i 7f> I Open u> i Aumaque us ...............625 nom- jBagamac 31 Bralome not the seemingly laggard, 13S Sept. l_26ii; Dec. Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. I. E. Jones. 1235-3rd Are. Phone 4555. S, Lethbridge. You find aH his rjiuck" leads all the rest. the Goose. 1S4 Re-Treading Re-capping and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AXD ACTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer, Phone 4268. 127Q Roofing CHARLTOX HILL 304r-9th St. S Phone 2599. 1687 ROOFING, Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Res Duce. Phons 4550. 1393 Rug Cleaners COLOR-BKITE RUG AND UPHOLSTERT CLEAXERS Chesterfields and rugs (three day service) cleaned and de-rnothed. New equipment, experienced op- erators. We guarantee not to Injure fabrics or fade colors. LORNS 2569- 1283- Sewing Machines WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Stager Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 821 Sewing Service i HEMSTITCHING. QaJCk Slsie Risler. 511-llth St. S. EXPERT RADIO HKgsTlTCHING. EH CLARKE BLK. PKONS 4554. Avs- S- Pnone 2-'3' service, 599 872 TOTJ 31AT CALL 3232, BERT MAC'S, 315-7th St. S. With confidence. Where they build up the per- formance of your the charges. 386 FKEE TOBE TESTING AT BIcKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 Washer Repairs Expert Service to an makes of Washers and Small Gas Engines. Full line ot Beatty pans in stock. Order direct from us. Twenty-four hour service. WASHER SALES SERVICE 409-5th St. LethSridge A. G. Holmes. 1342 Loans LOANS ON SELECTED CITY PROPERTY BOWMAX AGEXCY, Phone 2325. 2472 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners. "Snow Refrigerators srsd Washing Machines: Farm Lighting Plants, Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances of all types. ELECTRICAL APPLIAXCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S.' Phone 4660. loO s As a. rule there is no mroe quiet place in the Green Forest than is the pond of Paddy the Beaver, for Paddy and Mrs. Paddy are quiet folk and there are few sounds mere save wnen a tree they have cui, falls or where there is the startling whack of a abroad tail on water, the danger signal. But this early spring evening there was a great gabbling there. Honfeer the Goose and his flock had arrived. They had been flying since daylight chat day and they were tired, very tired. Bus it was their not their tongues, that were tired. Have you noticed that some tongues seem tO tire. All tnat long journey of many days Honker had led the way, some- times over great bodies of water, sometmes over equally great forests. High above cities ana villages and farming- lands they had flown steadily northward. Never for an instar-c had Honker hesitated in doubt of the exact, line of flight to reach this drop of water in the big woods near tae foot of the Greai Noranda LIVESTOCK Calvary livestock CALGARY. April buyers not operating. Batcher cattle 50 cents lower. Cows 25 cents oS.. Veal calves and balls steady. Monday's receipts: 951 cattle. 24 calves. 629 hogs. 43 sheep. This morning's receipts: i35 cattle, 212 j hogs. Eogs sold Monday at 318.50 for; A's. Good sows Good to choice butcher steers S1I.75 to S12.25. Good butcher heif- ers to Good cows S3 to S9J50. Canners and cutters S3 to Good bulls to S9-75. "Winnipeg Livestock "WTNNTPEG, April 1300 cattle were brought over from 116 16 Dome Donalca .............117 East Malartic........233 East Sullivan........380 Falconbridge ........525 God's Lake 62 Giant Yellowknife ___750 Hardrcck 53 Easaga ..............200 Hudson Bay......... 433l Lafnaque ............780 Macassa ............400 McLeoc-CscSc. .......29C i ?.facsen R- L..........430 i Malartic G. P. ........286 Cocksziuu Cons. Paper Cons. Srcekers 90 Dist. Ccrp.-Seagram 201 Dom. 42 Dom. Steei "B" Fanny Farmer Ford Froser...... Gatineaa 13 Gypsum Ham. 10 Hirarn Walker ..125 Howard Smith..... Im'perial Oil...... 16 Close Imp. Tobacco..... 15 :i 12O Int. Nickel...... 610 ilnt, Pete........ 34 i Lake of Woods 138 Laura Secord...... 23 112 Loblaw 33H IS1} Massev 19'K 136 Massey Harris PfdL SOU 27 i McCoii Frost..... 22 Minn, and Ont. 25 Mitchell Rober: 32 Montreal Power j Nat. Brew...... j Nat. Steel Car 29U j Ogiivie Flour...... 34 Page Hersey...... 34H Corp....... Pcnreil River...... 351-! Pnce Bros....... 71 Purity Flour...... 14li St. Law. Corp. "A" 32-i Shawinigan...... 25S Sick's Brew....... 53 33 139" 3 32'-; 40 58 24'- i 20V IS- 22% 90 103 42 53 jr> 70' 19 WALL STREET Stocks- generally enjoyed hest cptarn in a week in i market with industrial leading a ecntinnation day's late upturn. TORONTO trial stocks eantiaued oa tbe ward slant in today's exchange Market and groaps shaved little net at the dost. Base metal were strange at stid-daj they failed to hold. Tulaune was tower tiiarj osval at about shares. MOXTKEAL ers, industrials and banks weM to neir all-time highs in the ia- dlcps in tradin; today oa stock exchange and curb mar- ket. Golds sank to 2 new tow for 194S. SHOW CHUBCHILL-5 ABT BLACS3U3N. productions of 14 paintings by "Win- ston Churchill are :o be displayed at Uae Lewis Art Gallery here beside works of Matisse and Picasso. LETHBRHXIE MARKETS 19 126 3T.-- 23'-- 122 236 380 525 SO 740 95 215 R. 137 120 Monday on the livestock market to- day. There was no action on slaugh- ter classes. Packer bids around 50 68-1 O'Brien..............270 Omega 25 Paymaster........... 83 Pickle Crow.........400 Premier Gold........225 Preston E. D. .........265 San Antonio..........540 Sen. Rouyn ,___113 Sherritt Gordon ......210 Siacce 9o Steep Rock..........355 Ventures 131: Wasa ................ISO ......510 775 143 400 285 435 2S! 6S 136 117 37 50 265 25 83" 4OD 225 251 535 104 2C5 370 HAY PRICES to "nrnothy ..............flS to Prairie hay ....................913 jj, rfce lorss Veterinary Surgeons all about it. Furriers i LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the restyling, reliniug. cleaning ar.d in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for every occasion. XEW YORK FCR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." j 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. ______780 j General Repairs DR. J. C. CARNEY. S04-2nd Ave. S. Phcne 4150. ____________________________1647 Wheel Aligning "I hope she will fee! rested in the said Peter. WEDJfESDAY. APRIL 17 Upper Club. Club. Moments. News. Report and Morning Melodies. News. of Life. in the Wjjdwood. Wife._ From I too. ior we stil! have Crystal Calendar. Short Stop Service Station urase Service. 4th Ave.-8th St. Phone 4167. 560 Welding BORROW 2O AT REDUCED HATES WITH UFE MSUBAMCT FROM Phor.e 2SS5 for Portable Weldmg. far to replied Honker. "III alright. I'm sure I said Mrs. Honker. She touched i Horsker's bill with her own. The gabbling ol many tor.grues 1 soon ceased. The dusky curtain of the night was drawn over the por.d Paddy the Beaver, where with 3 LAWNMOWERS arid j-------- uie ened Surveying and Farm Levels Prompt Service. Guaranteed work heads tucked under wings tiie I 1 repaired. Locksmith Gunsnuth. Richard's Welding. 323 4th St S. tired lraVellers Hoated on the Union Repair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S I i 1007 159l We change the steel rims of tract- water and perhaps dreamed of the SUITE L, onver Biocit J18-5U St. PhOBC SOU I Insulating and Roofing j We specialize to applying RocJ: j Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- j perienced crews on the job the year round. Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2853. 181 to rUns SUItable for rabber WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 __________________________ 1590 I Watch Repairs Expert Watch and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP. Coaldale. 1572 stiil far off home they were so eager to reach. iCopyrignr. 1S46, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: "The Test of Faithfulness." TEA AS MEDICINE Tea was used in China as a medi- cine rather than a beverage until about 500. Sister. Neighbor. Mood. Happy Gang, Me. Lounge. A L C Show. Worid Neiss. Time Novelties. A Woman of America. Perkins. Young's Family. Romances. Review. in Office. for Miladi. Program. Islanders. Round-Up. Tell THIS MAX is representative of even- manager of a Bank of Nova Scotia branch a man both eager and fully prepared to help you solve your financial problems great or small to assist trim cciiscdons, supplr credit information, make business and personal loans aid in the development of post-war plans. If you are In need of financial help or counsel if you are siderlng the launching of a new business or the expansion of one already established, visit the manager of our nearest branch. You -wiE Sad Mni friendly, practical, happy to be of service. BANK of NOVA SCOTIA Over a Century of Banking iWSPAPfc.RI ;