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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 1946 I natal New Facilities LETHBRIDGE IMPORTANT POfl IN COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM Construction of laciliues which additional long distance communications, telegraph office to handle the ex- will provide three oanded service has been compieteo telephone lines through Lethbndge between Vancouver and Montreal is now be- ing rapidly advanced by Canadian. Pacific Coinsnvsnications. Installation work in the local and service as soon as THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE lists Four Southern Alberta of- ficers retired from, the Cana- dian army in Calgary recent- ly, according to a military news release. They include: Major J. F. McLean, M.BB.. construction wrk Stand Of Packers Hits Cattle Run js finished between Lethbridge and Vancouver throagh the CroWs Nest j Pass the additional facilities be pressed into sn the Roval Canadian Array Medical Corps; Ueat. tNS) C. J. Anderson of Medicine Hat, formerly of the R.C-A. M.C.: Capt. T. M. Justice of S-Point Statement C. O. Asplund. supervisor Leth- bndge Central feeders assoeiz-tion, released today an S-poict statement on tho situation as follows: Pro-phy-lac-tic JEWELITE HAIR BRUSHES MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. Phone 2205 414 13th St. X. Pbone 3445 POTATO GROWERS Early Potatoes The last Certified Irish Cobbler Seed Potatoes arrive THURSDAY PLUNKETT SAVAGE Phone 2584 Traders Finance; and lieat. R. A. Shaw of Cardston. a member of the Canadian In- fantry Corps. that ihe three additional telephone lines be leased to Trans- j 5 Canada Telephone Systems. j The lines were brought to j are now 5 v Throagh 5 _____ if the most i 1 modem tyne of earner developed, j 1 a completely automatic unit, the I three telephone circuits vsrdl be i handled on a single pair of wires. by re-arrangirsg and re-traa- I Additional copper wires are be- j sposing existing vires, ing along j service --as completed be- I tweea Montreal and Calgary by the j beginning of this month and Cattle sales at a standstill in Lethbridge, as in other market centres, Wednesday following aa- i Bouaceaieiit of the stand of packers i on the present situation as follows: who have Defused to pav more for! 1- Black market operations are ,fv. 1 rampant ia Canada and may easily cattle than prices in line with ceil- our Iood com-nerce, botn levejs- export and domestic. I Prices took a drop Monday of J 2. Present ceilings are inadequate froai 75 cents to a hundred and. to enable legitimate packers 10 op- now prices are back to the ceiling; erate without loss. and are going to stay there appar- j 3 A sh deciine now in price entJy if the packers' decision holes., f Uvs tne feedlots will Feecers, who have been carrying to feedloi operators, their cattle oa expensive feed, stand] We !ong contended that to take a loss, one cealer tola the: horizontal ceilings are not sattsfac- City Glances GOES TO CAT CHEEK .Neil 3IcQneen, BUUB- director Civic leiuB. was a ritr visitor today, Wednesday, en Cat Creek, Mont., where the com- pany is drilling and where Mr. McQueen will also overlook personal oil drilling interests. Herald. -This looks hke a saai m ihe At the Theatres Complete shows: -yolanda and the Thief." "The -Our Vines Have Tender Grapes." Last complete show at "The Falcon and zhe Coeos. "Experiment ending to the feeding period. Cer- j operations' tainly the feeding industry will dealt a blow." tins informant rtated.} "Special Ceiling" of the telegraph company's oiIleials! c MeKenzie of the Southern of feedlo: i I U.S. CLERGVMAN VISITOR Rev. William Turnivall, gen- erjii secretary of Swedish Conference of thr Cnlted States with headquarters in Chicago, IU_ was a visitor Tuesday. He ms re- turning from Wrtaskiwm where he had in attend- ance at the Alberta Baptist Bible Academy conference and left the ciiy Tuesday night en rvuie to Chicago. Our Phone Number TWENTY-THREE TWENTY-FIVE Bowman Agency Insurance. Real Estate, Rentals are to have all work completed to Vancouver and have the entire new network ready for service at the be- ginning of May. "Lethbridge has become a very important test and distributing point in this comoanv's communica- tion system." explain officials. -Be- cause of the great necessity for 'additional long distance telephone service, this department has kept a number of gangs on outside plant as well as a large installation staff emploved during the past winter in order "to make this service avail- able." _______________ POST OFFICE HOURS April 19. being a statu- tory holiday, the following sen-ice wai be given at. the Lethbricge post j office: The public lobby will be open from 7 until 6 pjn- and wickets! will be oaen from 10 a.rn. until 121 noon the transaction of all! 1 nhases of post office business. There i j will be co delivery by letter car- rier. Special deliver.- mail will be delivered as usual and coUecuons from the street letter boxes will be i made on the Sunday schedule. Alberta association, said the Alberta Federation of Agri- culture is in touch with the Cana- dian Federation on the stalemate now created in the beef industry. Mr. McKenzie -suggested a "special disparage- Eiest of the importance of feediot operations as a source of meat ton- nage on the Dart of high authority in Canada it can be successfuiSy maintained that for five or six months of the year the feediot ss the onlv place where tonnage Is actually produced. To wilfully or avoid this important fac: 6. As the only solution we sug- gest the immediate raising of the ceilings on dressed meat or the ceiling" might meet a situation such will have extremely serious results as this as against the year-round j in the long run. ceiling now in force. This "special' ceiling" might prevail between April and July. In lieu of such aa ar- ___ rasgement a subsidy would prob- subsidizing of legitimate proees- ablv meet, the situation, he said. sors. This would be an inducement to' 7. We believe that if the foilow- the farmers aad stockmen to .Snish ing situation is allowed to continue their cattle and produce more beef jour food effort will be very ad- for Canada as desired. versely affected: (a) black markets. (b) raises in cost of production i as are brought into focus fay i the gasoline srjd machinery nses> wiihout similar and adequate raises 1 in farm produce ceilings. j 8. warned the government In j relation to hogs but our warning j went unheeded. can now assess j the correctness of that warning, j Mow. -A hen a supreme effort is re- quired to avoid starvation of mil- lions, we issue the above in all sincerity and urge that it be heeded ai once. Plan of City Arrangments Made For Co-operation In National Cancer Control Drive Representatives o? 31 The orgaruzauocs of met in the city council chambers Tuesday eight to draw up plans lor a general canvass o5 the city m Use interests of the Canadian Caaeer Society. The canvass be conducted dar- ing the -sfhicii commences on April 29 and ends on May 4, and is e to visit any of the stations set up 1a the downtown area of tbe ciiy ladies -soala be placed to re- ceive memberships. The third woald. be to mail an application enclosing A cheque for dollar or more to Mrs. Rose Belford of 1314-SbcUi ATenae South. This course was part of the Rational campaign for I recoauaieaded for people living the control of cancer now la pro-1 side of the city. gress during the of ApriL j Mrs. A. S. Fumertoa, who is ia I -simr-rivr charge of canvass arrangements for f TIT the local driie to zaiu membership! A nam weighs aixmt 12 (EOOtSt for the Canadian Causer Society, e Sess as the or Sooth stated that another wodd' Pole than he dees ai the esjuasor. be held nexi Tuesday evening in j____________________ the same place to complete final i arrangenieiMs for covering all sec-' Ucns of She stressed the main purpose of the campaign; was to disseminate information' with regard :o the prevention and cure of cancer and to include every Lethbrsdse household as EE of the society. Three ways of bership in the cancer association were suggested. The easies; was to sign up when the canvasser comes to the door, and the hope "-as ex- pressed that householders would extend a pleasant reception tc ihose ladies who had giien of their time ar.d effort to do this OFFICE NEWS Bates Perforators are back again. After a long absence we susges; you get one. Essy to operate. A A Price (Postage extra 20c.) Commercial'Printers and Office 7th Street South. UlltlltterS, Phone 2999 We have complete data en Chrome Plated EXHAUST TAIL PIPE EXTENSIONS With Red Reflector MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers IT'S HERE! THE STARTLING NEW WEED KILLER, "DEATH TO WEEDS HARMLESS TO 25c Pkg. 250 Sq. Ft Now On Sale At Morris Barrett HARDWARE Before Renewing ANY POLICY FHOXE sws FOB KATES AND COVERAGE Be Wise-Insure With Supina M ercantile Bar gain Specialists Jk 2766 AND 2966: BUTCHER. 3456: LADIES' WEAR. 2866: MEN'S WEAR. 3456 PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3456 MEN'S TWO-PIECE Tweed Suits NO PRIORITY REQUIRED Smart sport suits tailored from all-'vrool tweeds in new exclusive patterns in shades of brotm, green and blue. Styled in the popular notch- lapel, three button drape models. Sizes 36 to 44. No priority required. Special, two-piece suit..............., MEN'S TOPCOATS Fashionable coats for spring wear. Tailored in smart bal box and raglan models from all- wool Donegal and her- ringbone weave tweeds. Popular shades include light and dark browns, greys and blues. Sizes 36 to 42. Priced from Men's Tropical Worsted SPORT PANTS pants that are Ideal for golf, and all outdoor sports wear. Tailored 'rcm cool tropical -worsted snaterials, in i of saud. light faro-svn and bjue. Waist sizes 28 TO 36. Pair.....'........................ BOYS' "SINATRA" JACKETS The popular "Sinatra" jacket, nude with bright plaid fronts and plain color backs and sleeves. Colors: wine, brown and green. Sizes 28 to 34. ae wiin ongm piaid ironis MEN'S SPORT COATS Stylish coats, tailored from all--vrool materials in plain shades or colorful plaids Made in three- button drape models. Colors include rust, cinnamon, cocoa brown, tan, blue and grey. Sizes 35 to 44. Each BOYS' SUITS LADIES' DRESSES Styled for the larger figure New shipment of smartly modelled dresses, especially styled for the larger women. Beau- tifully made from quality silk crepes printed in neat in a wide assortment of lovely new color combinations. Sizes to .95 to "SHORTIE" COATS Popular new "Shortie" coats styled with collarless neckline in one-button box models. New shades. Sizes 12 to 20. Smartly styled suits, ta i 1 o r e d from u-ool tweeds and worsteds in both, angle and double breas ted models. Colors: blue, brown, green and grey. Sizes 6 to 18 years. Value priced from BOYS' TOPCOATS Small boys" topcoats, styled in smart Bal Box models, -with, two slash pockets and art silfc lining. Colors: light Snd dark bro'srn and greys. Sizes 1 to 3 years. Complete cap to match. to LADIES' HOUSEDRESSES SANDALS New arrivals in sandals, featur- ing the popular open toe, sling heel models as well as the ever- popular Styled with fabric uppers, in a wide range of smart shades, and solid leather soles. Full size range. 18.95 Good news for the larger women. This of dresses comes in sizes 44 to 52, and are made from good quality prints in attractive shades and patterns. Styled in new slim- ming models. Value-priced at each SHEER BLOUSES Lovely new blouses, made from quality sheers in new pastel shades of blue, apple- green and white. Styled with high shirred short sleeves and back buttoning. Sizes 14 to 20. CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Beautiful bedspreads, made from close tufted chenille, in shades of green, rose, maroon and maize, tclth contrasting worked-in flower de- signs. to GROCERY NEWS PHONES: 2766 2966 OXO FLUID. 16-oz........ oz. Small Large 42c 11 OXO CUBES .....82c 24c Cake Flour Swansdown. Package COFFEE, Sea! Brand. Pound 44c HEINZ BEEFSTEAK SAUCE. Per bottle 29c WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF "MARTIN SENOUR" PAINTS AND BRUSHES. FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES Utah type. Lb....... LETTUCE, solid heads. 2 for ASPARAGUS, fresh. Per lb. 15c CUCUMBERS, large. Each CARROTS. new top. Per ONION SETS. Per lb. 33c 24c FRESH SPINACH, GREEN ONIONS GREEN PEPPERS ORANGES Navels Size 392. 3 dozen Size 126. OQr 5 for Size 2SS. 2 dozen. Size 176. fi9r> Per dozen 64. 2 for YeHow extra fancy. Per case Per lb FINEST QUALITY MEATS HAMS FOR EASTER Regular Hams Boned and Rolled Picnic Style Shoulders Style Rolls Bacon, sliced Bacon, by the piece Commercial Beef Prime Ribs, boned jind rolled. Lb..... Sirloin or T-Bone 40c 38c Sirloin or T-Bone Steak. Lb........ Rump Roast. Lb..... Blade or Round Bone Roasts. Lb. Round Steak. O C Lfa.......ODC Lean Rib Boil. Lb........... 1 LAMB Legs, whole or half- Lb. Shoulder, whole or half, Lb. Shoulder Steak. Lb A 32c 40c Commercial small cashes. Lb............... Pork and Beef Sausage, small casings 2 Ibs............ Hamburger. Lb........... 20c ;