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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1S4S THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEK Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: a. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. t WELLINGTON BKO5.. Tne Decor- ators." Est. ISQt. For estimates phone 3472. Res. 611-lOth St. 1853 Phone 3043. 1938 Air Conditioning FKEEL SHEET METAL McCiary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our tloor display 1329 CHARLTOX HEU. Sheet iSeta! and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. 1823 Auto Wreckers Plumbing Gas Fitting FRED a speciality. 604-6ih St. S, Phone 2335. 1331 Piano Tuning GEKAKD HOEKSTEA Phone 3355. Ave. N. 1962 Radio Barrett's EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE McLACCHLIN Garage and REPAIRS. ALL PARTS AND Wreckers. Comer of 4th Ave. and 3rd St. Phoae 2918. 10 Beauty Parlors CALL WESTBROdlTS BEAUTY PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 607 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWOHKING CO. 511-6th Ave. South. Phone 3568. _______________________________844 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and toys made, refinished or re- paired. Xic-Nac Shop. 415A-3ra St. South. Phone 3558.___________102 Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE 3IONOSENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. E. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE BLK. PHONE 4554. 1626 KEPLER'S GCARANTSSD REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS, HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1178 Strong Words As 'Hat Council Discusses Proposed Land Sale MEDICINE (Special) OFFEK One of the most JaecUc council A report of a combined meeting meetings in years was held here j of the health and finance com- last night behind closed doors while j mittee was read to the council. Toe eight veterans waited two hours in i report recommenced the sale ol me the hall to place requests before! property to Bae. Aid. Black, then the council. The secret council! moved thai Geo. CantaHni's offer meeting was held to discuss a city of be accepted. Aid. Rae. land deal which has caused con- j moved an amendment asking that j dderable discussion in the during the past two weeks. One councillor. Aid. usediaoent between them, a profane expression in referring to meni was voted down. Aid. Black. Biack counter-charged j carried with Aid. Oliver, thas Rae was of "low mentality." j Armstrong. Hawtnorne and Keating j Aid. Hawthorne taunted the mayor.! voting for it. with Rae, Scott, Home i Hectcr Lang, with the remark, f against. "What's the matter, are you afraid i The meeting then retired to the i f to put the council chamber to the dele- j Alter Aid. Oliver questioned Aid. ganon of veterans Hawthorne and Black. "Are you after waiting rxo nours in the Trilling to swear thas is the j VEl'S DISSATISFIED j Mayor Lang -sras able to get the Lloyd Craig, spokesman for the; muring under control and have the j veterans who are seeking land for necessary apologies made. I small holding, expiainea to she' At a council meeting April 15. Rae j council thai tee veterans were not; Hardware, a local retail hardware} satisfied with the action of the store, offered to purchase a piece council in getting them established city the interested parties get togeiijer and try to negotiate an 'Varsity Faculty Members Retire EDMONTON, April faculty members of the UnlversitY o? Alberta are retiring at the end of the present terra, it an- nounced at the annual banquet of the University Men's Faculty Clubj last night. The four men, and Mr. Justice j Ford, university chancellor, f were made life Gram- Li vestoc k Stocks WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS Kiehardaon LW.) Pier. "VMS Open LOST Close Close Close TT 5114 alii .273 278 The retiring staff men are Or. A. 251 Miller, principal of ack. I College; ___ ___ ffm iSS'a nrofessor of fuel research with, the i 273 275 213 247 251 194 123 MARKET TRENDS adv to acvsser to of land in the old market Qiace. On April 26, Geo. Cantalini applied to the city clerk to purchase the oa small holdings. Mr. Craig coin- plained that there seemed to be too many -hold-ups and that it Old Mr. Toad Starts An Adventure same piece, saying he wished to i would nyui thai if the ve'srans use it for a parking space behind a i were not able to get on the land neyr building which he proposes to {during May that they would lose build to connection, with the Cos- the opportunity of putting in a' Around the corner, ou; tne gate, mopolitan hpteL Rae Hardware 1 crop as well as "the allocated priori- You'll find adventure lies in wait, j stated they wished to build a ware- ties on their home construction. On house at an approximate cost of suggestion of Aid. Rae a three-man A second offer for the pro- GRAIN PRICES Grain WINNIPEG. April ff prices rallied froia early hesitation: on the Winnipeg grain exchange today to post a closing range of; 5 10 cents a bushel higher. i After slumping considerably initial selling, futures resected a j sharp upturn of Chicago rye prices. ?if There was evidence of fair demand j X by local shippers and American in- vickers CANADIAN STOCKS I3y James Richardson and Sons J Close m, 200 27Tj 27 WALL STREET STOOtSi Irngularifcr persisted am- otlwr stew-joins stock atarttct session today -with special issues attracticc good while many leaders were litht preww. TORONTO STOCKS: had a. flash ac- tion in some cheaper sUeks in tbe earty aftmuwn. the a moderately 24 y climbed 5ve cent to close At 275 nid. July was quoted j at 251. ai 197S4 hid aad Com" "B" December finished at iSSHt bid. Fanner In export trade the Cnited King- 21 39's 941 17 59 36 365 2 i Radiator Repairs RXDIATORS LIMITED HARRISOS-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores 114-8th St. S. Phone 4121.____1583 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- Jlverv paid on out-of-town work. Rov Kemp, 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2S85. 1522 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. Contractors Ornamental Iron Railings, Carpen- ter "Work, Plans, Decal Transfers. G. H. !Lambert. Phone 2077. 1455 Re-capping and Re-treading Tires. KORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AOTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer Phone 4268. 1270 NEW All necessary material on hand; fully modern equipment; also lawn and clippers "sharpened. A. Contractor. Phone 1223 Dentists DR. A. C. AHKEXS DENTAL STJRGEOX. PGRIT3T DAIRY PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors AT.T. TYPES of electrical work and reoairs fay careful workmen. McKec- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave. South. US REBER ELECTRIC, 710-Gth St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. "Appliances EUREKA Vacuum. Cleaners, "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and "Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants: Fluorescent Gennicidal Lighting Appliances of all tvoes. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S- Phone 4660. 150 Farm Lighting 110 Tolt and 32 volt, engine driven or trfnQ driven, with or without batteries. AtJTO3IOTITE SCPPLY 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 Ave. S. Phone 4560. 831 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HA3HLTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLT LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Phone 2319. 308-7th Ave. A S. ______All work guaranteed. 1055 1-urniture Moving I. E. acmes. Phone 4555. 1285-3rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading RETREADING, RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Equip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JABDINE'S TIKE SUFPLY- 402-lst Avenue South, phone 3580. 1657 committee was named to act with perty was Introduced to the rceei- on behalf of Mr. Aid. Hawthorne. This for J1.200. approximately i previous offer. Dominion After Radio Stations Roof IB g 304-9th SB. S. CHARLTON HILL Phone 2599. 1687 ROOFING. Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550 1393 Rug Cleaners COLOR-BRITE AND rPHOLSTERT CLEANERS Chesterfields and rugs (three day service) cleaned and de-rnotiied- New experienced op- OTTATVA. April Stuart Garson said here today that the Dominion government is seek- ing to purehsse the Manitoba gov- ernment radio at Winnipeg and CSX at and place the two broadcasting units in the CBC chain. "All I can say is that the Do- minion has initiated negotiations to purchase the stations and we are considering." said Mr. Garson. He declined to disclose whether any purchase price had been mentioned and would give no indication as to what attitude the provincial gov- ernment was taking. EMBARRASSING POSITION From another source, however, it was learned that the Dominion gov- ernment Is placed in an embarrass- ing position by the Manitoba-owned radio stations. The Dominion government !s en- forcing a regulation which excludes provincial governments from the radio field and has recently turned down applications for permits from the governments of Saskatchewan and Alberta. These provinces have cited the case of Manitoba which has two "flourishing" stations and this is the chief reason why the Dominion is anxious to place the "Winnipeg and Brandon stations under CBC ownership. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or fade colors. LORNE Phone 2569- 1283 Sewing Machines WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing 'Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. S21 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Quick service. Slsie Hisler, 511-llth St. S. 593 HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DORorsrsr GRAHAM, Phone 4494. 122 McFarland Bldg. 125 Shoe Repairs STEVE'S SHOE RSPA3R Si 322-7th St. S- Phone 3955. SHOP 501 Expert Shoe Reoairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. 1336 Time Sheets AN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing, Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6lh Ss. S. 430 Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR COATS In the latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyling, relining. cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for every occasion. NEW TOKK FUR k DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 Genera! Repairs LA'vTNXIOWERS and SAWS sharp- ened. Surveying and Farm Levels repaired. Locksmith Gunsmith. Union Repair Shop. 1233-3rd Ave. S. 1007 GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEPX. Phone 3203. 485 Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering snd Repairing. Truck; Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. 405-5th St. a Phone 3470. 1126 Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. 232 Vulcanizing TRACTOR. Truck Car Tire Vul- canizing. Guaranteed. Line belt SDlicing New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBEIDGE MOTORS AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1870 Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing of all Kinds. Belt Splicing. "A Complete Tire Service." Insulating and Roofing Rock J. TIKE SUPPLY Woo! Insulation and A-sphalt Shin- 402-lst Avenue South. Phone -vwO. gles to bulidinffs, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year round. Western Home Improvement Co. S Stafford Block, Phone 2853. TWO IN HOSPITAL AFTER PLANE CRASH WINNIPEG. April men were taken to hospital here i 28M 67i-! 10 37 indastiiate closed aaztvirly highrr western to lover. AC-., gretate turnover was shares. MONTREAL SitXTRS: Trai- tog was along aarrtnrty irrejr- nlar lines 09 to the today on the stock exchange and curb market with baaks and solds tip in the indices papers, industrials and utilities lower. House-wives Don't Blame Butchers been a good sleep, a sound sleep.; He hadn't awakened once. Indeed, j he had slept so soundly that he] hadn't even dreamed. Because he had siept so sourdly he had all C.W. 281. ilnt. Pete Lake of the Woods 36S MeCoU Front 23% Minn, and Ont 32S 22 Chicago Grain Prices _____ __ CHICAGO. April Active Mitchell Robert the time been very grain futures contracts moved high- j Montreal Power ____ One cansot be uncomfortable and i er in a finishing rally today. Dur- i xa.t. Brew not know it. and Old Mr. Toad j ing the greatsr part of the session i Nat. Steel Car hadn't known a thing from the i May rye and the deferred contracts j Ogilvie Flour time he closed those beautiful wr ressed followin i 49 33 Monday after the two-passenger j time he closed those beautiful j in oats were depressed, following j page Hersey.......... 34 Tiger Moth aircraft they were 3y- ing: crashed in a 10 miles north of Winnipeg. The two. C. S- Whitehead, 31. of suburban St. James, and E. A. McCIain, 26. of Winnipeg, were said to be in a serious condition but hos- pital authorities did not define their injuries. Eye-witnesses said the pilot, be- lieved to be Whitehead, anparently lost control while the plane was in a low oive. it oounced aoout 30 eves of his in the fall until he an opening decline of Sve cents in J Powell River opened them again in the spring, i Minneapolis rye. .the daily limit. Price Bros. Some folks cannot sleep Jf they are cold. Some cannot sleep if they are warm. Old Mr. Toad is one of 41- TORONTO. April 22-, chers of greater Toronto gerajrall? 37 are law-abiding merchants who do 24 I no: attesnpt to charge abore-ceSi- ing prices, two groups of Toronto housewives agreed yesterday at in- 23 formal sieeungs. They reached 49 i this conclusion, after oa-she-spot 291; i checks of several scattered districts. 32H i A general meeting of the Con- suniers Housewives Association Continued buying carried both Purity Flour 13U September and December oats con- j Shawinigan upward. Rye followed the: the latter So he had dug himself advance in oats. a. snug bedroom in the ground in! At, the finish active short cover- Farmer Brown's garden thas would j ing had pushed the May rye con- Brew........... 55 Weston's Ltd.......... 32 131-. i the ceiling pi---- _ 251" cuts, and decided ro hold a pubbc 55' j meeting next Monday nighs with. 32 i spokesmen of farmers and retail j butchers invited to attend. anu.- rown eoe feet m the arr after striking the Nature got around to it. e proper time in the spring, and barley were bid at ceiiing prices, s r Brown did li before OM 12m and 126Vi. Aumaque TORONTO MINES James Richardson and Sons) field. MeClain wss found some distance from the plane and Whitehead was szill strapped in the wreck. SATISFACTORY PROGRESS CANBERRA. Australia. April bulletin from. Govern- ment House today said the Duchess of_ Gloucester, who underwent, an appendectomy in a Sydney hospital Sunday, snent a more comfortable night. "Satisfactory progress is be- ing the bulletin add- ed. Discuss Plans If Loan Not Granted LONDON, April One of the biggest questions before the conference of commonwealth prime ministers here is understood to be the Droblem of whai to do if the United States loan to Britain is not ratified by con- gress. The British cabinet Is also study- ing the question and informed ob- servers here feel that if the loan is not ratified before ihe United States congressional elections next fall it never will be. Such a view would indicate that the aexc few days wiU be decisive since congress must adjourn for the summer shortly and it has other pressing business before it. Additional Classified Summer Resorts NOW OPEN Vaterton Lakes Hotel and Chalets. And Balinacor Coffee Shop. Phone Albert Soper. Manager, for Reservations. Phone 12, Watertcn Lakes. 1464 Radio Service FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Repairs to an makes of Eadlos and small electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture Store, Phone 2787. 872 TOTT MAT CAtL 3232, BERT MAC'S, 315-7th St. S. With confidence. Where they build- up the per- formance of your the charges. 335 FREE TUBE TESTING AT McKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 Washer Repairs ,i Expert Service to all makes of j! Washers and Small Gas Engines. Full line ol JBeatty parts in stock. Order direct from us- Twenty-four hour service, WASHER KALES SERVICE 409-oth St S, Lethbridge A. G. Holmes. 1242 Loans "Last Seen On Easter Sunday" NORTH PLATTS. Neb., April Harold XL Mal- lett. pastor of the First Pres- byterian church, turned to the lost, and found column in a North Platte nexcspaper to re- DOn the slump in church at- tendance the Sunday after Easter. He plowed the garden, and that plow juss turned- Old Mr. Toad out of his snug bedroom onto the surface of the ground and. of course, awoke Old Mr. Toad. Then along- came Peter Rabbit and stepped on him, mistaking him for a little lump of earth. Do you wonder Old Mr. Toad was grumpy. -What will you do now? Will you go back to asked Peter. "I haven'! any bed to go back to. And what good would it do me if I had? I couldn't go back to sleep again, noc the kind of sleep I was wakened from, cold- weather sleep. Now thai; I am awake I suopose I will have to make the best of it." replied Old Mr. Toad. He rubbed his eyes as i if trying to rub sleep out of them. Peter saw that they were as golden and beautiful as ever. "Will you go to the Smiling asked Peter. -A foolish auestionl" exclaimed. Old Mr. Toad testily. "Why is it a foolish question? I don't see anything foolish about it." retorted Peter. He sounded a bit testy, too. "Wouldn't you fninfr It a foolish question if I asked you if you were soing back to the Old Briar- asked Old Mr. Toad. "Of course I would." admitted Peter. "The Dear Old Briar-patch is mv home." "Well, the Smiling Pool is my home. Anyway, it was my home. I' was bom there, and you know very well, or ought to. that I go CASH PRICES 2 red and hard 182 Aunor ceiling. ........105 540 132 .......105 .......245 127 1 ChestervUle ..........172 "car 125 Cosn- WUlans.......400 vicg .25 ,o east Malartic........210 FUTURES 1 183 :i; September j December lS3b: May (1947) 121 Juiy j September 121 !.i- Open. Closa 105 545 130 105 250 130 205 4.15 220 530 28 S3 1S7 Princess Gives Birth To Son gave STOCKHOIAf, April Princess Sibylla of Sweden birth to a son today. He becomes third in direct !tae of succession. to the Swedish throne, after father. Prince Gustaf Adolf and i his grandfather, Crown Prince Gus- taf Adolf. Princess Sibvlla and Prince taf Adolf also have four The chad wiU be named Carl Gustaf. 83: July 83; Sep-! -vracassa 1 n. _- I Lamaque ............775 "Loss or strayed: About 250 there for a long visis every spring, church attendants who were lass seen oa Easter Sunday bu: were not to be found the Sunday following. No questions will be asked if those returned are willing to have their Easter zeal every Sunday. CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. TUESDAY. APRIL 30 O'clock Favorites. In Scarlet. and Local News. and Judy. McGee and Molly. News Summary. Round-Up. Square Broadway. Choristers. Be Announced, Town. Your Planting. Art Van Dsuanae Quln- to Old "What will yon do now? "Will jou go back to asked I've done that ever since I was about three years old, and I expect to do it as long as I live and am able to make the journey." "Do you call that a cried Peter. "Why. that is nothing. 390 McLeod-Cock.........265 Madsen H. L- .........410 255 123 Nylamaque 76 Joliet Quebec........102 Lapaska 52 Marlon Rouyn 35Ji Noranda 68 O'Brien .............265 Omega 38 Osisko ..............125 340 265 Trans-Continental tember 81 December to 257S: July tember December 126ti: July jjcKenzie R. L, September 126 rs; December 126V-. LIVESTOCK Caljary Livestock CALGARY. April market active at steady prices. Monday's receipts: 425 caule-. 6] calves. 515 hogs. 2 sheep. This j morning's receipts: 100 cattle, 1901 hogs. Hogs sold Mondav at 513.75 for A's. Sows Good to choice butcher steers to S12.35. Good to choice butcher heifers S10.50 to Sll.50. Good to choice fed calves S11.25 to 511.75. Good cows S9 to S9.75. Good bulls S9.25 to S10. Good to choice veal calves Sll.50 to S12.50. Good stockers and feeders S10 to Winnipeg- Livestock WINNIPEG. April was rulinsr active on the livestock I market today with, shore supplies} being well cleaned up on a firm i basis Approximately 250 were brought over from yesterday's market. Cattle 150: steers up to 1.050 Ibs., choice S12J25 to good SII.5Q TO 512; steers over 1.050 Ibs.. choice SI2.25 to good 511.50 to S12: heifers, choice Sll to Sll.50; good S10 to S10.50: fed 122 Thcrnp. Lund........ 71 Upper Can. ..........360 Wasa ................123 Wright-Har..........510 Total sales 775 390 275 410 265 126 79 102 53 3314 255 32 127 120 9S 195 340 275 455 125 73 260 121 505 BAN HERMANS FROM ATOM EXPERIMENTATION BERLIN. April Al- lied control GSUBCU yesterday ap- proved a new field banning Ger- man science from research, in any military field and prescribed the death penalty for serious violations. Applied nuclear physics. Inducing atomic was forbid- den specifically. Industrials 201.46; down .18. Golds 12951: up .54. Base Metals 100.45: down .22. Western Oils 28.68: down .45. Hat May Get Seed Cleaning Plant BERLIN. April Field Marshal Viscount Montgom- ery retiring British, commander in chief in Germany, left, Berlin, by air today after a farewell visit fa MEDICINE the" German capitsL Lord Mont- Buuu W. M- Rae told The Herald today gomery is returning to Britain to choice tkat negotiations were well under- i become chief of the imperial gen- 28 ELECTION DEATHS MANILA. April dis- patch to the Manna "Bulletin, today reported 17 more persons had been killed in central Luzon, raising to 28 the number slain ia violence re- sulting from the election last WANT SELF-GOVERNMENT ST. JOHN. NSd.. April 30.' croup of Newfound- landers led bv Peter Cashin. former politician and now a radio com- mentator, has organized a petition to the King asking for return of self-government to New- foundland and the holding of gen- era! elections this year. MONTT LEAVES GER2IANT S12.25 to good to way towards having a seed cleaning eral staff. cows, good S3 to SS.75; bulls, good Plant tabUshed in the city S9.50 to stecier and feeder steers, good to Calves 60: good and choice veal to Kogs 75; grade Bl dressed to S18.40. Sheep nil: trace not established. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. April Prices were firm on the small supply of cattle cSered on the livestock mar- ket here earlv today. Choice weighty steers sold uo to S13.25: good butch- er steers to S12.50. and good butcher cows and bulls S10 to Calves were steady at S15 to SIS lor choice, with plain vealers down- ward to No price -was established for hogs Rae said representaii it C. ________ of the Brooks Seed CHURCHMAN NAMED I can run over tnere in no tirae ai which sold previously at. dressed. all. That isn't a journey.' "Peter Rabbit." said Old Mr. Toad, drawing himself up with as much dignity as his squat form 1 would "will you ever learn tet. Report and not to judge others by yourself? World News. for the Times. Pianoforte. Be Announced. Be Announced. OFF. Bu; I guess that in this matter you are no different from most folxs. They judge others by thern- 181 Motors, Electric FisHv equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors, McKeniie Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. 254 1655 Veterinary Surgeons DR. J. C. CARNEY. -2H3 Ave. S. Phone Wheel Aligning Short Stop Service Station Brafce LOANS On selected citv property. BOWMAN AGENCY AcauSa Block, 1955 j LOANS j, On City Residential tain siopes watershed as a national: Prairie nay ...............-----SJ3 problem was exoressed todav by j i that of the province, Mr. Tanner j OboniRg quotations: Amer. Tel.. said. j 43: Aicnison. j At the request of tne Chrvsler. 12SU: Curtiss j he will prvpare Alberta's represen-: Total sales. shares. me :o so to the Smiling Fool." exclaimed Peier. Faint but clear cams the spring chorus of Peeper the HvJa and his friends, Old Mr. Toad's smallest cousins. Old Mr, Toad listened for a moment, then off he hop. hop. hipcety-hop. straight toward the Smiling He had started his yearly adventure. BOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones averages at close: 30 Industrials, 20S.77. up .68. 20 Railroads. 64.17, up .13. 15 Utilities, 43.34. off .03. Police "commando" units equip- TORONTO. April pro- soverrsmer.t official said tnat j ia al! probability prices of mixed i drinks to be sold the public In dta- ing lounges and cocSiail lounges j Ontario's new liquor act Is 1 proclaimed, "will be set. by the Ga- (Copvrigh! 1946. by T. W. Burgess) ped with an elaborate signalling j Liquor Control Board." ______ j system have been set up in the Brit- Rationing of wine to individual The next story "Old Mr. Toad Ish zone of Germany to combat the purchasers is to be re-introduced In Rolled." 1 iocreasing robbery ol freight trains. Ontario in a few days. j Is Vegetable Growers The acreage allotments for vejretaWes have already bcem ffllcd. -VII members should con- tact us immediately if they contracts for Has year. Southern Alia. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block, Lethbridje ;