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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL THE UETHBREDGE HERALD PAGE Classified Additional Contracts FOR MAKOBE AND TOP SOtD ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR NEW LAWNS. Vrork doi-e by Ex-serviceaien. Prompt delivery. loST j PHONE 2219 at Park Service Sta- tion, for gardening and odd jobs. Also contracts taken for cement tree fence building. etc. Wort done by three young ex- 1635 CONTRACTS taken by ex-service- man with 20 years experience in building, repairing, painting, cement work. Apply 815 9th Ave. N. 1639 Trucking RETURNED ilan has truck with gravel box, invites your hauling. Box 21. Herald. 1629 Summer Resorts NOW OFEN Watertcn Lakes Hotel and Chalets. Phone Albert Roper, Manager, for Reservations. Phone 12, Waierton Lakes. 1404 Radio Service FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERWCE Renalrs to all makes of Radios and "small electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture Store. Phone 2787. 872 TOU MAT CALL 3232; BERT MAC'S. 315-7th St. S. With confidence. Where they build up the per- formance of vour the charges. 386 FREE TUBE TESTING AT McKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 Washer Repairs Expert Service to all makes of Washers ana Small Gas Engines. Full line ot Beatty parts in stock. Order direct from us. Twenty-four Hour service. WASHER SALES SERVICE 409-5th St. S., Lethbridge A. G. Holmes. 1342 LEGAL NOTICES Department of Agriculture Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be re- ceived by the undersigned until o'clock noon Regina Daylight Saving Time, May 20th, 1946, for the construction, of the Diversion, and Irrigation Tunnels for the St. Mary Dam, located in Sections i; and 12, Township 5, Range 24, West of the Fourth Meridian, approxi- mately forty miles southwest of Ijethbridge, Alberta. Tenders must be submitted on the forms attached to the specifica- tions, fa the envelope provided. The Diversion Tunnel will be a circular section 20 feet in finished diameter and approximately feet in length: the Irrigation Tun- nel will be horseshoe shape 17 feet ia finished diameter and approxi- mately feet in length. Both be concrete lined. The rock through which the tunnels will be driven is expected to be interbedded layers of sandstone and shale. Plans and snecificatioEs are on view at the P.F.R..A. Office. Post Office, Lethbridge. Alberta; at the P-F-RJi. Office. 413 Public Build- ing Calgary, Alberta; and at the office of the undersigned. Plans, specifications and tender forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office, 910 McCallum Hill Building. Ee- gina, Saskatchewan, upon deposit of Ten Dollars (S10.00) cash or a certified cheque for that amount payable to the Receiver General of Canada, which deposit will be re- deemable upon return of the plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed. Any tenders which are not pre- pared strictly in acccrdancs with the "Instructions to Bidders" may be rejected. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By order. GEORGE SPSNCE. Director of Rehabilitation. 910 McCallum Hill Building, Cl Regina, Saskatchewan. Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Accountants H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acacia Block, 3rd Avenue Sesith. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3343._______1938 j Gouzenko Is Attacked By Soviet Writer As "Squanderer And Traitor" Grain Livestock-Stocks GRAIN PRICES Grain Prices MOSCOW, April -writer In the magazine Trud loday ed Igor Gouzeako. former code clerk ________ _____ ____ __ of the Soviet embassy in Ottawa.; oriiies called this squandeier hoaiei as a "jqaunderer and traitor" ia i io responsibility. cents a bushe! WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS (lijr Janes Ltd.) Quota May..................... y. Open High Lex? Close Close 5134 As a result in Montreal, on tee! LEX BRCCHET Paiatlag. Paoer- In the export market the Air Conditioning FKEEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our floor display 1329 CHAKLTOX 4t HILL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. 1823 Auto MeLAUGHLIN Gxrace and Auto Wreckers. Corner of 4th Ave. and 3rd St. Phone 2918- 10 Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modem Eq'jipnseM. _______ Phone 24SS. 1793 Plumbing Gas Fitting j "GllD For US, Ball Fans this sanse stooge Gouzenko is such! Oat j that defence counsel Cohen publicly 3 c W siu- 3c Ped sis In court declined so question Gcu- (peed Peed 51--'; 3 'Track 51 FEED a specialltr. 60i-6th St. S. Pbone 2735. 1331 Fred Piano Tuning GEKAED HOEXSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th Ave. Radio Beautv Parlors KEPLER'S i GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS, HEARING -w- 2 cw- Rose. Labor Progressive 3 c.w. 4 c_w of the Canadian partla-c.W. 265'-; Tra-k 37ofT TORONTO MINES MARKET TRENDS CALL WESTBROOK'S BEAUTY PARLOR for vour Next Hair Do." All work guaranteed. Phone 3S52. 607 UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 618-5th St. S. Laura Giles. 870 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-5th Ave. South. Phone 3556. 844 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and toys made, reiinished or re- paired. Nic-Nac Shop, 416A-3rd St. Soutb, Phone 3558. 102 Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch. Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors Ornamental Iroa Railings, Carpen- ter "Work, Plans, Decal Transfers. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077. 1455 NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; fully modem equipment; also lawi mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110 122S Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. PCTUTY DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work acd repairs fey carers! Ts-orkmen. McKen- rfe Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting'and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 5U-7th Ave. South. 118 REBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 Electrical Appliances and APPLIANCES. other cities and the 1173 it a. new and weloom 322A 7tb St. S. Phone 4338. By NEW YORK. llacPhaii's tribution and expensive Stadium where and and guests, opens up rtanonaj pastime, to lime, as the idea spreads to find source of ia- Hollinger national and scale: by the I I orsaiuzsag a trial. slanders greawr part of the session but i Malartlc G.F. at 144 255 105 53 ilie Canadian government." tVheaf. com and barley were bid Negus WALL ST. STOCKS: dual farotites eontinoed to ad- vance in today's stock market altboagh leaders gaieralir ei- tendsd the retnat which jot ttn- der way Monday. TORONTO STOCKS: Stacks recorded a considerable slump in the trading todar on die To- ronto Exchange and lows for :be day were shoeing in the closing period. Industrials and took the widest losses. Turn- over for the day about L- shares. Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCOHD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114-oth St. S. Phone 4121. 13S3 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on out-of-to'sni work. Rov Kemp, 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2685. 1522 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. I. E. Jones. Phone 4553. 1285-3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading: during the past winter and opened to its membership of about 4W few days ago. is a dream of interior 1 the facts or future decoration, almost, at least, the essence is the energetic ace wide- j -i i equal of any of Manhattan's swank spread ar.ti-Soviet campaign con- 2 white. 82 cell- night cluhs. Its bar is longr and j cected with the trials. shiny, and its chairs the deep and "As llr. Tiin. Buck, leader of the and hard. 182 Sullivan "............273 Trans-Continental 126 yellow, 113 Upper Can..........275 250 17 ics 275 125 270 Re-capping and Re-treading; Tires, NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS -Dufc rhe AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4263. 1270 restful sort calculated to smooth the corrugations wrought by sitting nice innings in a grandstand seat. By special ramps its members en- joy quick and easy access to their box seats in the stadium. They can see as much or as little of the game as suits their liquid fancy. To gain membership Is accessary only to purchase a bos of four or six chairs for the season, which also guarantees choice seajs at .all other sports events held in the stadium. These will include, of course, tie j Louis-Conn heavyweight fight taj June. j Labor Progressive party in. Can- ada, has correcUv pointed out. the Canadian spy scare is merely a new factory for the deliberate anti- Soviet campaign now carried on ia Canada and by reactionary circles in other countries. "It contains the threat of mili- tary conflict. Dark political forces are thinkinj world war. capable of raisin? the political at- mosphere to white heat. It is a good thins for the world and hu- ing. plus one markuo. 125 to j nominal; feed 114 to nominal GRAIN CLOSS i Sept 1837-- i Dec. May (1347) 121 H; July Total sales. shares. I i TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE- MONTREAL STOCKS: Pap- ers were inclined to be lower to trading up to the final hour to- day on the stock exchange and curb market. In the other ke? jroups industrials were higher on average. Sept to Sl'.i; Dec. SOU 33: July S3; Sap, Sl Industrials 2C2.31, down 1JJ2. Golds 129.31. 1.13. Base Metals ap .09. Western Oils 25.34. up .01. CANADIAN STOCKS Edward A. Lyman. 69, editor ot the New York Times "letters to tie editor" department and a. veteran of more than. 50 years newspaper work. Is dead. of starting a. third These slanders are. 263S; July 1434; Sept. July i (By James Richardson and Sons.) manity that dark, forces do RETREADINC. RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Equip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JAKDINE'S TIRE SUPPLT. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 Roofing CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St S Phone 2599- 1687 ROOFTXG. Siding and Insulatio2. Reg. Joaes and Res Duce. Phone 4550 139S Rug Cleaners COLOR-BRITE RTJG AND TiPHOLSTERT CLEANERS Chesterfields and rugs (three day service) cleaned and de-mothed. New equipment, experienced op- erators. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or fade colors. LORNS 2569. 12S3 Sewing Machines EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners. "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants; WE REPAIR ail makes of m.chines. ELECTRICAL APPLL4NCE SALES Wolv 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 150 Farm Lighting 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Pnone 3848 pr 3758. __________________________ 1720 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES j 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. i 831 guaranteed." Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 921 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Quick Elsie Risier. 511-llth St. S. service. 599 HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. ___________920 popular estimate is that a neat S450.0CO already rencses in the Club's treasury. Players In Tournament By PIERRE LE MOYNE fCanadian Press Stsff Writerl TORONTO. April bigges; toumainent in the history of Canadian sport is taking place these cays ia Toronto, with a record number of 5.00G active players. Chinese Planes Blamed CHUNGKING, April American-made Chinese Air Force planes were operating over Szeping- sai at the time the Chinese Com- munists claimed they had been strafed by United States filers. Gen. Marshall's headquarters was in- formed today. A message from, the American member 01 the Mukden field team It's .the five-pin championsmp tournament md _ 126H: Dec. 126U Open Brazilian........ 27-i i C. and D. Sugar 25'i j Can. Locomotive 42Ti i Can. Malt.......60 i Can. 24H Livestock Can. SS 20 CALGARY. April Very! Can. V. 674 light receipts. No choice cattle on j iaci. Alcohol offer. Prices steady. Monday's receipts: 68 cattle. II j canTw! "uimber V. 370" Close 199-1 JASPER SCENE OF BING CROSBY MOVIE LIVESTOCK calves, 144 hogs. 121 sheep. This mornings receipts: 51 cattle, 383 hogs. Hogs sold Mondav at for A's. Sows Good butcher steers to Cons. Paper...... Cons. Smelters 90 Dist. Corp.-Seasrara 101 Dom. Bridge...... 42'i Dom. Steel "B" 13H Dom. Text EDMONTON. April report that Blng Crcs- bv and supporting motion 42-i picture stars, directors and crews would go on location at Jasper Park ia June was received here today. Crosby and his company are report- ed to have "reserved accom- ff modation at Jasper Its Juns 4- I. It is understood they will make parr, of a picture re- quiring mountain scenes there. 60 25 66H 370 91" I cotamon to medium S3 to Srpv S11.25. Good butcher heifers 3S to SI 1.25; common to medium S3 to! SlO-cO. i Good cows 19 to common to medium to S8.75. Cannarsl and cutters S4.5O to S7. j Good bulls S9 to S9.50; common to medium 58 to S8.75. Good lambs S13. Good ewes S7. Winnipeg Livestock of t Canadian Bowling Association and an approximate number of bowlers have travelled from Mont- real ana Ontario cities such as Ot- tawa. Windsor. London. Niagara Palls. Hamilton and Kingston to "get that No. 4 pin "Bowling is the most popular In- door sport in says Robert Woods of Toronto who has been secretary of the C.B.A. since Its foundation, in 1S25. Women Interested Woods thinks women are the big- gest factor in the increased popu- larity of the game. "The reason the gals go for it so much Ss that it's about the only sport where they can compete with men without being handicaaued by their weaker con- stitution." The man responsible for Intro- ducing the game to women, accord- ing to Woods, is Tommy Kyan. the Toronto auctioner who originated the five-pin game in 1909. WINNIPEG. April Ap- ing in the Szepingkai operation, j proximacelv 280 cattle brought for- ward from. Monday. Short supplies being c'eaned-up bv local butcher and order buyers as firm rates with packers getting only small percen- tage of available stocks. Ibs.. choice S12.25 to good j Sll to S12: heifers, choice SZ0.75 to S11.50; good to f ed j Phrmo J Phone 122 Shoe Repairs Floor Sanding 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. FLOOKS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 Yesterday's Stars (By The Associated Press.) Babe Young, in three runs and scored two more as York trimmed Phillies, 7-6. Billy Herman. home Pec Wee Reese with winning run in lOh innings of 5-4 shade of Boston Braves. Mas Lanier. cuffed Cincinnati with six hits for fifth straight St. Louis decision. 4-1. i Joe DiMaggio, home tying score and scored wii1-- i ning tally ss New York scored in sixth for 2-1 nod over Athletics. j Eddie Pellegrini, Red first major league home run in seventh inning for decisive tally in Boston's 5-4 margin over Washing- ton. Dizzy Trout, Chicago White Sox with sis blows in 1946 debut, 4-0. FLOOKS SANDED AND FINISHED LORXE LONG, PHONE We welcome out of town business. 412 t-urniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating, Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6th St. S. 430 Furriers STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. 951 Tailors Cleaners LEE DCCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. 1336 Time Sheets GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried iu stock. Any quantitv. HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203. 455 Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. a n m.f let alone throw and Ryan introduced with the new game a smaller and lighter ball (five-inch, diameter. 3 pounds ounces) which wouldn't even give a child trouble. For followers of the sport who force identification. The planes, he said, are still bear- ing the old United States Air Force markings, covered with cold water paint, which is easily removed. Page Answers Hon. Ansley On Teacher Training and was wearing an American fly- i ing suit. The Communist dispatch had claimed one of the planes was shot down and the piles found, to an American. United States military sources previously declared there were no American-owned planes in the area at the time. The officer making the report recommended that the Chinese air- t cra't operating from Mukden, which choice S12 :o S12.aO: good were obtained from the United j to Sll-75; COKS, good 38jO to States, be plainlv and permanentlv i S9-aO; medium S7 to SS; bulls, marked with Chinese Nanoaal Air- to S10: stocker and feed- er steers, good to S10.75. Calves 50; good and choice veal to Hogs 50; grads 31 dressed S13.50 to 313.40. Sheep 25: good lambs 513. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. April were no early cattle saies the i exception of a few stockers at i SiljjO. on tlie livestock market, here, i Calves were steady at S15 to 316' for choice with plain vealers down- ward to S10. No price was established for hogs; EDMONTON. April Percv Page, veteran teacher and leader of the opposition in the Al- 19 17 Bridge...... ib'i Hiram Walker 123 !i Howard Smith 37 Imperial Oil...... IS1! Imp. Tobacco...... 15 u Int. Nickel........ 44 Ir.t. Pete........ 23r-l Lake of Woods 36-- Laura Secnrd 22 Massev Harris 20ri McCoii Front. 23 S Minn, and Ont- 2G 32-i 23 4 4B 34 34 35 55 43 104' 30' 69ri 19 16V, 44 37 23 H LETHBRIDGE MARKETS _, 32 23 49 28 HAY PRICES (BUM to Timothy..............SIS ta S17 Prairie (AH prices to the trade on board cars district) LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES CHURNING CREAM Special...................50o No. I........................4SC (F.O.B. Lethbridge- This price in- eludes 10 cents per Ib. government St. Law. Corp. "A" Shawinigan..... Sics's Brew...... 34 1 subildyj EGG 3PRICES A large............... A medium............ 35H A 25-7i i 3.................. C.................. 35 71 25- 54 30c 28e 22a 24C 18C which closed creviously at. dressed, i grade A S19.90. grade B! to better has the following _ D __ beria legislature, said tocay the i There were no early sales of inference to be drawn from j sfc.eep or lambs. Unsold from yes- their game. Woods Hon. Minister R, E. Ansley's an- Ua5 ulc iouuwiag advice: Keep cool! nouncement atjCalory that teacher and collected at ail tunes: don't blow training will be reduced from two up if you get a bad break don't i to-one look for speed in your delivery, it's much easier to control a slow ball, and a fast ball won'; curve well develop your own style, don't try to adopt the style of any star. its own advisers. terday were four cars of western! lamfes. Fresh receipts iodav as reported j b Dominion marketing service intelligence o, j we_e. 70> calves 30-. sheep and Iambs 90. Unsold from Alfalfa Seed and Garden Seed Now is the time to sow Alfalfa Seed, Clover, Brome, etc. Large shipment jusi arrived. Bulk Garden Seeds, Fertilizer, Lubrication Oils and Paints. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OPERATIVE ASSN. LTD. Pioneer Seed Distributors of Southern Alberta 1221-2isd Ave. S., Lethbridge Fhone 3777 Connie Mack and Wife Separated He said that in urging a two-year period of teacher training the cer- tification board, was' sincerely desir- I o-js of improving tha standard of teaching, and added: j "Briefly, the cabinet's action is simply catering to z 2ow grade of teacher training, with the inevitable result that the boys and girls of PHILADELPHIA, April 23 Mrs. Cornelius McGUlicuddy. wife Monday were 350 head of cattle. Chicago Livestock i CHICAGO. April I 14300; good and choice barrows and gilts 514.35: sows and slags i Castle 8.000; calves 700; strictly; choice mixed sieers and heifers the province will be the ultimate S17.75; bulk S15.75 io S17.25; veal- sulferers.'1 ATA_iO. v v, __ _ _ of the owner-manager of Phila- Army JD3.1ioonS delphia Athletics Baseball club, dis- _- r closed that she and. Connie Mack j Break L.OOSC J have separated. {T. i >-r> :vlrs. McGillicuddy said the separ- rlazard. 1 O ation followed Mack's distribution 1 4CS-oth St. S. Phone 3470. jof more than half of his stock :n j poPT ST JOHN BC April 23 1126 j the ball club among his three sons, i to air ers steady at Si7: choice I southwest steers to S16.50. Sheep 7.000: top SIS on good to choice fed woolled western iain'os; deck medium grade offerings scattering wooiled slaughter ewes t9 down. NEW YORK STOCKS (Bv James Richardson and Sons' LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Expert GUARANTEED restyling, reiining, cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for every occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. j TRACTOR, Track Car LIFE INSURED LOANS SUITE I, onver Block St, S. Phone 3QI1 and Connie Jr Vacuum Cleaner Service I large northwest area was created learned in October abou Vacuum Service. AH makes. HcKenzie Electric Ltd. canizing. Guaranteed. are living aoart 1 Operation Muskox. The Vancouver- 1 i General Repairs Complete Tire Sen ice. LEAVE FOE. CONFERENCE ened. Surveying repaired. Locksmith Onion Repair Insulating We J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- 402-lst Avenue South. Phone gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perieuced crews on the job the year: round. Western Home Improvement Co. i 8 Stafford Phone 2853. 181 Veterinary Surgeons Motors, Electric Fully equipped shop, expert work- short Stop Service Station Brake; man. for the repair of fractional (Service. 4th Ave.-8th St. Phone 4167. and three phase motors. 560 McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637.! 234 Mimeographing ALL WORK CAREFULLY DOXE J. S. Brown, care Brown's Musical ________ Supplies, City. 1671 WELLINGTON BROS.. "The Decor- ators." Est. 1907. For estimates phone 2472. Res. 611-lOth St. S. 1853 Welding Phone 38S9 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service, Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S. 125 _ _ _______ We change the 5teel rims of or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS Rugged Romance Golf Links CHICAGO, April rir.g solved Herbert "Naiditch's biggest golf hazard. PJaying on an English course while" in the United Slates army. NaldUch, 26. was whacked on an ar.kle by a drive from a foursome him. Next day he limped out and was struck on the head by a bail driven by the same prettv girl who had hit the first drive. Six months later they were mar- ried. Hereafter, says Naiditch, Barbara, 24, will tee off first. EDMONTON', April Soccer Results the Dominion-Provincial conference at Ottawa. J. F. Percival. AJberta's LONDON. April Soccer games played in the United i Kingdom todav resulted as North Preston Watch Repairs 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 1590 Expert Watch and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaldale- WON'T REDUCE BREAD SIZE Hucsdersfield Town North End 0. deputy provincial treasurer, left with them. 'Sheffield Wednesday 2; Leeds United 0. i League South _ 1 Leicester City 0; Aston Villa 1. OTTAWA. Apnl Pnces Xottingham Forest 7; Newport Board .spokesmen said today there i Coasitv 2. was liuie likelihood o! any govern- ment action :o reduce the size of loaves of bread as a result of re- strictions on deliveries of wheat flour to bakeries. POOR. CORRESPONDENT Napoleon left correspondence un- answered six weeks in the expecta- tion moss of it would answei; itself 1572 i by then. West Bromwich Albion 1; j hampton Wanderers 1. I Irish Regional Cliftonville 2; Linfield 3. Possibilities for opening a tern- i porary university for veterans in! Calgary this fall are being investi- i gated by the provincial government, j the Hon. R. E. Ansley, minister o! education, said But for Textiles WEAR AND WATER pressure would soon render your garden hose completely useless if the rubber were not reinforced with rugged tightly-woven cotton fabric. This is just one example from thousands to show how the cotton fabrics produced by Dominion Textile workers serve Canada's peace-time needs. You icalk onjrotton in tha linings of your shoes and rubbers, and in the backing of your carpets. You sleep on cotton in sheets, pillow cases, pajamas and mattresa coverings. You ride on cotton in your auto tires, You in cotton in your shirts, coat iiningg, dresses, underwear. His a good thing for Canada ihai these gwds so tcidely needed are made in Ihis country by our otcn Canadian industry. We do hate io depend upon imports from foreign, sources for these essentials of daily lining. Textile vrorkers arc now busy turning out the many things that are badly needed for our peacetime living. long as the present trctoendoos mands and relative shortages exist, shall go on distributing our procuctton OQ a. quota basis, playing no DOMINION TEXTILE COMPANY LIMITED fSPAPEJRI ;