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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Classified Additional Contracts PHONE, 3945 i FOR WELL ROTTED MANURE i AND TOP SOIL ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR NEW LAWNS. Wori dose by BK-servicersen. 1 Breospt delivery. 159T CONTRACT concrete and spray painting; brush work. City and country. No job too large or smalL Reliable, efficient -work. Apply MHlard. Giroux Co. Room 34. Careen Hotel. Lethbridge, 1863 W3 BUILD and repair cisterns. Work guaranteed. D. Lowen, North Ccaldale. iS57 TOU "WISH TO BUILD. TCU consult a. building contrac- tor- for your plumbing, a plumb- er; "so why take a chance on your grounds, why not consult an ex- perienced landscape gardener. We have an accumulated 30 years Estimates given on all types of landscaping. Phone 407-4 or address inquiries to Allen Bros.. Emerald Gardens, P.O. BOS 513, City. Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: BARRS CHARGED WITH THEFT Grain Livestock-Stocks More Historic Objects Stolen LONDON. Apni GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS! ical documents, many as old as the Magna Carta, are rnssying from the home of the Marquess ol Anglesey. losed the second theft of his-: reported to Bri-! Kiehardson Ltd.) Prey-. Ooen High Low Close Close Close Accountants JH. IV. MEECU AGENCIES Acacia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043. 1933 LEN BRUCHET Painting hanging. 329-llth St. Air Conditioning ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modem Equipment. Phone 2469. 1796 MARKET TRENDS Plumbing FKEEL SHEET METAL WORKS-, McClarv furnace anc niocern air- condVuo'ning. our floor display St. a Phor.e 273o. CHARLTON H1LI, Sheet Metal end Hoofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrouga. Repairs. 1828 _ j to be the a_speciaiity. j Bishop He Is charged five boMi? and a safe. One of the to be the rtv of E. Harrison of Bow- late Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 15C5-4th Ave. N. 1962 Auto Radio Repairs _____________ also of 1331 jjfe js valued at S50 and is also said to be the projterty of Thomas. All the -' on which ;he charges are based were exhibits in two assizes ccars, trials at which More Labor Now Being Employed GRAIN PRICES WALL ST. STOCKS: fourth sneoessiTe session stock market tamed lower today atthoujh extreaBe declines rannin; to raorc points erentaally re- grade A and grade 31 Cbica-a Livestock 1 1 CHICAGO. April i __ Barrs was acquiied on a charge of j she murdering Thomas. department reported today. Summer Resorts NOW OPEN Watertcn Lakes Hotel and Chalets Phone Albert Roper. Manager. for Reservations. Phone 12, Watenon Lakes. Radio Service MCLAUGHLIN Caraje and Auio Wreckers. Corner of 4ta Ave. and 3rd St Phone 2318._____________10 Beauty Parlors KEPLER'S j Uighe: i higher at 3 ad o and CALL WESTBEOOK'S BEAUTY j 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4333. PAHLOS for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 607 TJNIQ0E BEAUTY SHOP 61S-5th St. S. Laura Giles. FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Hepalrs to all makes of Radios ana CTnaii electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture Store. Phone 2787. 672 TOU MAY CALL 3232. BERT MAC'S. 315-7th SU S. With confidence. Where they build up the per- formance of your the charges. -333 Cabinet Making: Barrett's EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE 870J REPAIRS. ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE ELK. PHONS 4534. 1626 ran' charges chard, _ was taken into custody at his associated with reconversion. home at Bowncss shortlv i been reached and passed." I after 4 p.m. by Cpl. C. EL Gray and j The number of unplaced appli-! the R.C.! cants registered at offices across j _ Canada at April 4 was j Kingdom more than at Feb. 28, but the small- j i Const. W. F. G. Perry of !M.P. IliO Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. Gll-Gth Are. South. Phone 3558. Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCOKD Radiator j Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, i ins with original equipment cores household and children's furniture j H4-gth St. S. Phong 4121. 1583 de'fini paired. South. Phone 3558. 41SA-3 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- Cemetery Memorials livery paid 'on "out-of-town work. Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian aiarbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs. 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors FREE TDBE TESTING AT McKENZIE ELECTEIC LTD. ___________________________1272 j Washer Repairs .Expert Serrlee to all makes of Washers and Small Gas Engines. Full line ol Beatty parts in stock. Order direct from ns- Twenvy-four Hour service. WASHER SALES SERVICE 409.5th St S., Lethbridge A. G. Holmes. 1343 Ornamental Iron Railings, Carpen- ter Work. Plans, Decal Transfers. G H. Lambert Phone 2077. 1455 Roy Kemp, 327-3rd St. S. 2CS5. Phone 1522 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Sen-ice. X. E. Jones. Phone 4555. 12S5-3rd Ave. S, Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading Re-capoing and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODTEAR Dealer. NEW LAWNS Phone 4268. 1270 All necessary material on hand; j RETREADING, RECAPPING AND fully modern equipment: also lawn VULCANIZING LEGALNOTICES Department of Agriculture Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act TENDERS TENDERS mQ be re- "ceived by the undersigiied until o'clock noon Regina Daynghc Saving Time, May 20-ai, 194S, for the construction of the Diversion and Irrigation Tunnels for the St. Mary Dam, located ia sections 1 and 12, Tovroship 5, Range 24, West of the Fourth Meridian, approxi- mately fortv miles southwest of Lethbridge, Alberta. Tenders must be submitted en the forms attached to the specifica- tions, in the envelope provided. The Diversion Tunnel TSUI be a circular section 20 feer- in finished diameter and approximately 2.10O feet in length: the Irrigation Tun- nel vrill be horseshoe shape 17 feet In finished diameter and approxi- mately feet in length. Both vrfll be concrete lined. -The rock .through the tunnels will be driven is expected to bs interbedded layers of sandstone and shale. Plans and specifications axe on a view at ths PJPJtA. Office, Post Office, Lethbridge, Alberta; at the Office, 413 Public Build- ing. Calgary, Alberta; and at the i Oid office of the undersigned. motrers and clippers sharpened. A. Rachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. ________1225 Dentists DR. A. C. AHKENS DENTAL STJKGEON. PURITY DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors aT.T. TYPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. McKen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3S23. 514-7th Ave. South. ___________________ US KEBEK ELECTRIC. 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. Electrical Appliances "The Most Modern arid Best Equip- ned Shop in the South. J. JARDINE'S TIRE Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 Roofing CHAELTOS 304-9th St. S HILL Phone 2599. 1687 Chinese Reds To Occupy Harbin i Winnipeg Grain I TvTXNIPSG. Aprs: 25.- I dealings were sufficient rye futures to an ail n she Winnipeg grain ex- for !b. steers best, yearlings; today and otner months dis- bulk steers to SIT; fceir-l played a firm tone in meagre trade. e-s best 517; vealers 517 down; 1 to shortly after the opening.. 514 down; good to choice 700 Is. eased slightly towards the close and stock steers i ed three cents higher at 52-75 sheep good choice fed i woolleti western lambs S16.10 to wheat pasture lambs 514; J2 an" slaughter ewes again' very scarce. December lower a; 87 assed. i sale S75.000 of i for shipment to the Urated i ss-as reported by exporters.} CASH PRICES TOKONTO STOCKS: more a. point iar golds the Toronto iftdex was tbe chief id jnstmeni in today's trading. Industrials were to slishtlr higher and base metals and western oDs were steady to narrowly Tot- nine was abont shares. CANADIAN STOCKS (By James Richardson and Sons.) -----__---------- Open Close 2 C.W. No. 3 C.W., jjeji 199 However, the number of available! No. 3 C.W. SIS: Ex. No. 1: Co 7H unfilled jobs represented jeed' 51'i: No 1 feed 51'i: No. 2 Brazilian 27-- aa increase of 12.000. 1 feed No. 3 feed 51H; trac. Opening quotations: Allied Chem- ;ical. 1991-: American Arae. Tel.. 194 H; Aner. Tob. I95M: Atchison. 105; Beth. Steal, Chrysler. 130; Ccns-Jpiison, Gen. Motors, 73 ?i; iSontr- I Ward. S5; N.Y. Central. Penn, RJl_ 42 Hacio Cora.. 13; Union Carbide. 120; United Aircrair. 235ij West- Electric, 33. agriculture department thai none 1 for males, Corp.-Sesgram 99 5i. ________ _ _ _r'rl of the bushels of 17H it hopes to purchase under the bon- i Dom. 25 us pavment plan will be used for j rjoni. Test. 104 feed. (Ford "A" Traders felt the already substaa- prsser 66 tial demand for oats might expand Galineau 19 I because of increased feeder require-! Gypsum 17 93 ?a 42 ROOFING, Siding and Insulation. Eeg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550 1393 Rug COLOB-BBITE RtTG AND TTPHOLSTEKY 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. 2569. 1283 Sewing; Machines Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow Refrigerators and Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants: i_____________ Fluorescent ,GermIcidal Lighting j REPAIR all makes of machines. (JworS: guaranteed. Singer Sewing SAi-ts Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phons ELECTRICAL A 6iS-7th Ave. S- Phone 4660. 150 Farm Lighting 2243. 921 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without I batteries. _ J ATJTOMCTITE SUPPLY CO. _ 205-lOth St. S. Phose 3848 or 3758. Ave. S. Phone 2243. Quick St. S. service. 599 HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd 920 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or >rithout batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phoce 4660. 831 I720 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland BIdg. 126 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. Plans, specifications and tender forms for bidding'may be obtained from the undersigned at his office, 910 McCailum HH1 Building. Re- gina, Saskatchewan, unon deposit of Tea Dcllars (S10.00) cash or a certified caeque for that amount pavabls to the Receiver General of Canada, which deposit will be re- deemable upon return of the plans and specifications in good order trithin one raoath after tenders have closed. Any tenders which are not pre- pared strictly in accordance witb the "Instructions to Bidders" may be rejected. The lowest or any tender not; necessarily accepted. By order. GEORGE SPENCE. Director of Rehabilitation. 910 McCaHum Hill Building. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. Cl Regina, Saskatchewan. Smelter Keeps Production High MONTREAL, April E. Stavert, president, today reported to shareholders of Consolidated Min- ing and SaielUng Company of Can- ada thas with the exception of gold and silver, the company's sales prices in Canada were sUil con- trolled by price ceilings which maintained lead and zinc prices which were below the world inarketE. Dealing with developments at the company's properties. Mr. Stavert said the supply of labor at the maia CDeratior-s had continued to im- prove since the Srst of the year. Plans had been made to resume production la the. Con and Rycon gold properties in the Northwest Territories in the late summer or autumn. The properties were closed in 1943. Since the end of 1S45, production at Kimberley, B.C.. and Trail, B.C., had been slightly higher than the average for 1945 but somewhat be- low the rate reached in the last quarter. Work on the lower levels of the Sullivan mine was proceeding as planned. Report for 1945 was approved and 137-14th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S- All -work guaranteed. 1055 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG, PHONE 2569. We out of town business. Shoe Repairs 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 LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. 1336 Time GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stocfe. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203. 485 Upholstery Jburniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating, Packing, Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6th St. S._______430 Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyling, reiining. cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for every occasion. NEW TORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating.' All work guaranteed. 40S-5th SfS. Phone 3470. 1126 Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 252 Vulcanizing WOULD LOAN (Continued from Front Page.) INSISTS ON "LOAN" "Briefly, it would be possible to loan, and we insist on the ex- pression in return for a just compensation, "not only material but even constitutional, certain ex- isting taxation rights of the pro- vinces, which could be reasonably loaned without diminishing the ascending march of the provihce, its progress and its prosperity." (Tn its proposals to the confer- ence, the fedaral government asked the proviicei. to vacate the income, corporation and inheritance tax fields. In return, the federal gov- eminent the provinces a numbering 44.000 at Feb. 28. rose to 51.000 April 4. Female vacancies also rose substantially, from 32.000 to during the same penod. Regionally, the survey gave the following employment picture across the country on April 4: m-placed appli- cants and -uriniled vacancies. The need for production workers is increasing and" almost every indus- try requires light and heavy labor. Demand for female workers far ex- ceeds supplv. ON PRAIRIES unplaced appli- cants and unfilled vacancies. Demand for agricultural workers has increased sharply. Large num- bers of farmers are leaving woods employment and minin? jobs to return to agriculture. Stilled work> ers are required by many mines. In manufacturing, the seasonal up- swing has not yet occurred. AH types of construction workers are needed, particularly skilled car- penters. unplaced appli- cants and unfilled vacancies. The major difficulty is thai the surplus is heavily concentrated in Vancouver, Victoria and New West- minster, while industrial expansion is localized largely in construction and in the primary logging, tninfng, and fishing. In all these fields increased seasonal activity is apparent, demand for loggers Is far greater than supply. Labor demand in construction is growing steadily with a shortage lied carpenters, cement fin- ishers and plasterers. Unplaced applicants and unfTUed ments. There were a few sales ia Jul Hr.m. Hiram Walker 17 10 124 19 17 ;o 36 j DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones at close: 30 Industrials. 204.31. off 132. 1 2O Railroads. 63.49, off 30. J 15 Utilities. 42.85. off .01. GRAPES FROM ASIA Grapes introduced to China, i from western Asia, in the second J century B.C. and December wheat at ceilings.! Howard Smith 37 the first transactions irt some time, j Imperial Oil Ail wheat, corn, barley and defer- I Imp. Tobacco red rye contracts closed at ceilings, j Int. Nickel -KJ oats closed unchanged to higher.! Int. Pfte 23 and May rye -oras IS to 3 cents'Lake of Woods 37 lower at to 251. Laura Secord........ 23 C 4SK GRAIN ilassey Harris 15 2 red and hard 182'Massey Karris Pfd. 3Q'i 30'i nominal, ceiling. J McColl 2 yellow 113 nominal. and Out. 23-t ceiline (Mitched Hooerc 32li O Montreal Paper...... 23 125 to 143 Vi Nap- Stfiel Car 23 3T 23 r 19 i 36'i 32 23 i J. .v .i __-f_- nominal; feed 114 to 124S noaunal. Ogilvie Flou. i: CLOSE FOTURKS i- 183 H: September g 183 December 183-i; May 41947) River 33 I 35 i 69'i 34 i 26 I cies fin brackets) listed in national employment offices at Feb. 28 include: Toronto, Port William. 2.713 Calgary, 4.434 Edmonton. Regina. Saskatoon. Winnipeg. New Westminster, B.C.. Vancouver. Victoria, per caoita of based on the 1941 population and bear the major burden of social security, uneicploymenc and other costs.) TAX IMPOSSIBILITY "It is very difficult to under- stand how it would be possible to increase the revenues of the pro- vinces, to increase the revenues of the government at Ottawa and to lower taxes at the same said the brief. "This theory evidently is illosjcal. "The autonomy of the provinces cannot be safeguarded by substi- i I ATtCT PROP OF tuting a federal subsidy for financial independence- of the provinces "The federal proposals as out- lined and as explained by the fed- eral authorities .strike seriously and directly at the inalienable rights of all provinces. "The federal proposals tend to- ward centralization, contrary to the spirit of the federal pact; they tend to establish and to increase a bureaucracy which does not become, nor can ever become neither a de- mocracy, aor a country ruled by parliamentary institutions." The brief also reviewed in detail some of the federal proposals to the conference. It said the Quebec gov- ernment was opposed to a sugges- tion that the irreducible minimum of the per capita subsidy be based on the gross national production. The Quebec government felt that the per capita subsidy could best be based on the 1941 population alone, without taking national pro- duction into consideration. September in-, 83; July 83; Septem- ber to December 31H to 261H to 261: July September December May July 1261; September December LIVESTOCK Calsary Ltrestock CALGARY, April sufficient cattle sold to establish reliable quotations. Wednesday's receipts: 445 cattle, niae calves. 240 hogs, ISO sheep. This morning's receipts: 35 cattle, 228 hogs. Hogs sold Wednesday at to Because of argent demands for additional space, the Edmonton city architect's department has been insrructsd 10 proceed with for a new city hall building en the i market square as sooa as plans are i completed for a composite highj sciiooL i Vegetable Growers The acreage aUDtments for some haw already teen filled. All members should con- tact us immediately if they wish tilis year. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited SUfford Blade. for A's. Sows Good butcher steers Campbell Loans CANUCKS ARRIVES HALIFAX, April were smiles and joyous and even contented chuckles from tiny the transport Letitia today as she docked in Hali- fax bringing to Canada a new crop of potential citizens. In all, there were 895 wives and children of C3nadian servicemen and six dependents of members of United States forces. The Letitia had a delay in start- Ing out from. Liverpool. England, caused by a walkout of stewards aboard the ship. MUST QUOTE CASH PRICE Shugar Pleased on Spy Count OTTAWA, April SB Dr. David Shugar, a and happy man, said tsciay he .loped to go ____ ___ back to his job with ths health and must be quoted.) OTTAWA, April Open Close 103 LAWNMOWERS and SAWS sharp- AND AUTO WRECKERS ened Surveying ana Farm Levefc Authonzed GOOD! EAR repaired. Locksmith. Gunsmith, i Phone 4268. 1370 Union Repair Shop. 1238-3rd Ave. S. Repairs and Vulcaniziag of 1007 i Insulating and Roofing ,.A all Kinds. Splicing. naval aiui-suroftanne expert reporters he had one thing to say in regard to a statement on him in the second interim report, of the royal commission on espionage. Wool gles to buildings. perienced crews oa the job the year j round. Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford BIocSz. Phone 2353. 181 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS .Veterinary Surgeons DR. J. C. CARNEY. SM-2nd Ave. S. Phone 4150. 1647 Motors, Electric Wheel Aligning PRICES v" Dr. Shusar said. "W "that I definitely wasn't impressed j with their demeanor if Dr. Shugar would resume 3. E. A.R-...... Central Pat..... Con. West Expl. ChesiervUle Donalda...... East SuHiran Harricana...... Hudson Bay Kerr Addison Little Long Lac Leitch........ Madsen R. L. I Mckenzie his work with the health depart- ment. Health Minister Claxton said: "I have jaw Seamed of Dr. Fully ecuinped shop, exnert work-I Short Stop Service Station Brake T FTHRRinrF PRFAM .an, for'the repair 'of 'fractional service, 4th Ave.-8th St. Phone LET" man, and three motors. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Fhone 3637. 234 Mimeographing ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE i. S. Brown, care Brown's Musical Supplies, City. 1671' WELLINGTON BROS., "The pecor- ators." Est. 1907. For estimates phone 2472. Res. 6U-10Ui S. 1853 Welding Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service, Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S. 1251 We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 1590 Brock "Chisholsu, minister, declined deputy health o comment. Citizens of Regina came forward with cash donations and other help for Donald McNcill, 22, R.C.AJP. Watch Repairs and Clock Repairs. .MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaldale. 105 245 122 150 108 375 2S 46 14'- 243 142 410 238 326 10O 38 242 63 PRICES ,S CHURNING CREAM 37S PicEle .......................S; Pioneer 630 rtO. 1 TOC f TOO TVte Shcmtt isy Ajewioriugc. trtis pr.ce eludes 10 cents per Ib. government subsidy.) EGG TRICES A large 30c A medium....................28c A puliet .......................22c B ............................24c T s New Eidlamaque Steep Rock...... 340 Total sales shares. 110 31 101 230 126 375 37 45 14 H 250 140 410 259 127 185 37 43 2SO S3'- 34 330 660 210 350 at. IMS I.M 1S.M i S.SS S4J i t.Xl J U.I3 i 3S.2I i 3M 1S3.5S i j SZS.T1 t M.3J 5 I I wil! Aa? cows k5i if pud Caster T rue redsciioas. Kates ea life or iesaTcoaiidcrabiy TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials 199.45; down 55. Golds 128.03; up .59. Base metals 100J3; up .27. Western 28.88; down .01. etir ArromnmT 41 CANADIAN CITIES Suite 1 Oliver Block 316 5th St. S. Phone 3031 ;