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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THUKSDAY, JUNE Pincber-Park Highway Scheduled To Be Rebuilt Next Year, Pearson Told PINCHER CREEKS ot disposed at the present time to the assessment act in this egarcs. Manv difficulties are fore- een by them if the act ts changed. r'eterarjs will therefore have to pay he regular tax along with other itiaens and assessments will be evied at fair actual values. In ending the delegation to Edmon- oa to interview the authorities, the oancil has cone what it can in his direction. Pinchtr-Park Road Councillor Pearson also reported an interview with the i public works and this official tated that the Watertoa-Psneber lighwav would be rebuilt next year hard surfacing done the fol- year. After several weeks of InvesUga- ion and" stud" the council at its leeting purchased through a local inn, Pincher Creek Motors, a fire ruck with full equipment. This rill be a two-ton truck with high ressure pumas, chemicals and all be latest fire fighting equipment. i Is expected deiirerv w21 take lace three or four months. trg will be held with the health board and the medical health offi- cer It is understood that '.he pres- ent dairies would be favorable, to this plan and a central pasteuriza- tion plant woalcJ be set up and a one delivery scheme put into effect. This plan taJbe considerable time to work oat and if it is decided on. the proper machinery procured. A formal application made through the council wul be sent to Dr Baker of the TJ3. Mobile Clinic to have this visit Pincher Creek and district. The council is having difficulties these days In carrying: out suggest- ed jmoroveraents due to the lack of materials. An extensive sidewalk and road building plan had been formulated but with no cement available and roadvrork material difficult much of this work will have to be postponed for the time being. Several mwe prouersies were sold and the council finds it has to restrict the dollar lots which have been selling to all returned men to returned men who were resi- Pictured here are Mrs. T. Avila DISTRICT NEWS PAGE nvz Busy, Southern Alberta COAUDAle MECEMTATIONDKIVC OWN COALDALE. (HKS) Another j COALDALE. (HNS) Mr. and of precipitation received Mrs. Herman Smith have as their dosing Exercises Warner School Closing i Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get ia touch witk: ACCOUNTANTS TENDERED SHOWER COALDALE. (HNS) Gay spring flo-aers in mauve and yel- low shades formed the background for a huge wedding bell at the Coaldale United Church haU Moa- day evening when a large number of Coaldale friends honored Mrs- (nee Lola tiice isjm the American army, and their' nephew? Joseph. Ernest and Nar-' asset Gagnon of Chester. Moatana. The latter two arrived in tceir Cessna plane and all the visii- H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue Sosth. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043. 1333 21, in tne Community haD. The! e AIR CONDITIONING address of welcome was by Mi's f Colleen Murray of Grade VH. C. SHEET METAL J. Holroyd, chairman of the School furnace and modern air- Board, gave a short address fol- j eondioocuig. See our floor ors are spending a holiday with j lowed bv a girls' chorus from Grades relatires here and at B'ordett. Vir. VIII and IX. class hissorr ALL WOMC CAKEFLIXY J. S, Eroiro. care Bnnrn'x Mraicai ________gapplies. City. FKED a 9H-6ta St S. Phone 2735. 1331 HOLIDAY AT COAST VII, VIH and IX. The class CKARLTON HELI. r.rea by Miss Siva Sheet Metal and Roofirg Contracts. t juva Mr. and i Erickson of Grade VUL The vale- Furnace and Savestrough, Repairs. Mrs. C. G. Dans left Saturday for a holiday at the coast. Mr. of is relieving who who with man) Wlth a nasceUaaeous shower, treasury branch dunngilr. by Robert 1323 s Dame as chairman. ateerce years. Mrs. is Mrs. Eliert's the guests enjoyed a pleasant even-1JUKIDES ARfilVE I ieg of Dinging and contests, after Mrs. Hay sister and Mrs. Avila Is her sister- in-law. HONOR BRIDE-TO-BE GRANUM. (HXS) On Wed- nesday afternoon. Miss Mae Mc- Dougall entertained in honor of Miss Lauretta Daley, a bride-to-be. Beautiful bouquets "of flowers were arranged around the room in which about 25 guests were seated. Miss Carol Kellicut wheeled in a decor- ated doil buggy which carried many gifts for the guest honor. Miss before enlistment. There is ahnost a shortage of good building lots in Fincber Creek at the oresent time but the council feels thas possibly the peak of building lot require- ments has passed. CENTRES BACKING NATIONAL CLOTHING DRIVE elation for the gifts, after which a delightful lunch was served by the hostess. HONOR MINISTER i Wednesday a red loiter day in thei 1. Easter Ruby, owner C. Foesier history of town. The weather Manson. S24.25 win. S11.15 place.; neld Mondaj afternoon at anr, hnt 2. craralnnp owner ?L Hail Many district communities in meet the most urgent needs of over auihem Alberta are getting their rives going under the National lothing Collection. Large quanti- es of serviceable clothing for suf- fers overseas in Europe are going ito the general clearing depot at .egina. Many exnressions of thanks re already coming in from over- ;as. The deep gratitude of the people f- Greece 'for the contributions oi lothmg and shoes thas were sent them during the past year as a :sult of the National Clothing Col- ctton in Canada and in the trnit- I States, as well as through the reek War Relief Fund, is express- i in a Marconigram sens to George anetakos of Montreal, chairman the Central Clothing CommitMe the latter from Francis Sarantis. lairman of the Central Clothing ommittee in Athens, which has ad charge of the free distribution the articles sent. The cable, received a. few days ;o by Mr. Ganetakos, reads: :neroi3S coninbution of clothing id footwear from, donors ali over ie world helped our committee to LOW RAIL FARES FOR DOMINION DAY MONDAY, JULY lit Between All Stations in Canada ONE-WAY FARE and ONE-QUARTER FOR ROUND TRIP (Minimum Fare, 25e) GOING! 12.00 Noon FRIDAY, JUNE 28 to 2 p.m., MONDAY, JULY (Swadaid Tune) (If so iraia afteroooa 2S, fekefs -nil be sood oa Umina morning.) RETURN: Leave destination until Midnight TUESDAY. JULY 2nd f Standard Time.) SLEEPING and PARLOR CAR PRIVILEGES AT USUAL _, Fall Information from Agtnt. two million destitute Greeks, vic- tima of the barbarian Invasion. I feel in duty bound to express the feelings of" admiration and deep gratitude of the recipients of your splendid organization for this gen- erous contribution, also for jour heroic efforts in the new drive, viewing the completion of this su- preme humanitarian work. With expression of my personal respects and best wishes. Francis Sarantis, chairman Central Clothing Com- mittee. Athens." TURIK. (HNS) A farewell party was'i home of Mrs. EL Hamrcon, honor- iag the Rev. P. Halstead, who is j leaving for Nordegg. j Some interesting coatests were 'held, honors going to Mrs. Allen ATrs nsrvpr Xft-c _ _ which Mrs. Dame on behalf of her; Rasraussen and Mrs. Jay Coaldale friends presented the i both overseas brides, have arrived honor guest with a large number of lovely gifts. Refreshments brought ihe evening to a close. in Raymond. Mrs. Rasrcussen coin- ing from Scotland and Mrs. Wil- liams from London, Esg. McLACCHLIN Garage and of Ave. School prizes which went to Lynn Holroyd for Grade vm and Roberta 10 KEPLER AVIATION Nanton Horse Derby Winner Moody for Grade YTL The prirxipal, K. 3. gave a splendid address and pre- i ____ the proficiency awards to CHARTER sightseeing i Lynrt Holroyd for Grade VTIT and School. Piper Cub Sales. Ser- Roberta Moody for vn The prin-, 3380 or 4333. cipal awarded the diplomas to Firid. Parade, Stampede Events And Horse Races Feature Claresholm Sports Day rec-i ery. ord attendance of some 1700 paid j Race Results admissions and a parade that out- j Race results follow: shone shose of the pre-war days j Sportsmen's Club Purse. ----1- GUiresholm Stampede on. western bred maidens, purse LEN BRCCHET hangisg. 323-llta St a Piione 370C 354 Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modern EquiaEieat. 2459. 179S WELLINGTON BEOS., -The Decor- a'ors." SSTL. 1S07. sir estisjastt ?fcone 2472. Res. Sll-lOth St. 3. ISS3 POTTS PAINTSR AND D2COHATOR Brcsh cr Spray- Phone 2554 for estxnaws 18KI Keayon j PIANO TUNING y PARLORS tne two grades. T. den then presented the Lions CALL scholarships to Careen Hoi-1 royd and Clayton Soice and theri thanked the club very graciously. Much credit due ali tne teachers for their good work of the vear and en behalf of the pupils Miss Margaret Coates was presented with a gifi as she will be tais fall. ___ 3SACTT PARLOR for -.-cur Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. ______Phone 3352. 607 VOGUE BEAUTY 403-13th Street Phone 3355. 1505-4lh ATS. N. 1963 RADIO EEPAiKS BARRETT'S SHOP The Latest in Hair Stvling Phone 2287. RADIO APPLIAXCS RHPAIHS. ALL PARTS ANB i WORKMANSHIP i CLARKE Stampede Stock In From Ranges Shade of the Blood Reserve, with riders, arrived with a large herd of range cows and calves Wednesday morn- ing and herded them into the stam- pede corrals ready for Saturday's stampede opening. These cattle will be driven to Lethbridge after Mac- leod's two-day show for the big stampede there. Ten-gallon hats advertising the stampede are being worn by all business men. Stores have their windows decorated and containing many unique attractions featuring the stampede ana Macleod's early history. In one window are some clever" cartoons. Parade Organizer A. Neddow is busy getting the pa- rade lined up for 11 ajn. Saturday. Charlie Vaile of Coleman. a for- mer rider for the Wsldron. was un- der the weather and it is uncertain whether he will ride in the old- timers' section of the parade as was the intention. history would fill a book. Herb Millar, who brought in the Cochrane cattle, will be in the parade. NOW AT TURIN. TURIN. (HNS) Mrs. John Taylor of Medicine Hat is a visitor at the home of her son and caugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. Taylor. "FROM CALGARY GRANUM. (HNS) Mrs. Carl Anderson of Calgary was a visitor at the home or her son, Harry, and Mrs. Anderson recently. LEAVE- FOR B.C. GRANUM. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. M. Muhly left Tuesday for a motor trip through the Okanagan I Valley. "Mary's such a young- looking Mother! like her parents and A grandparents, Mary realizes what a help Eno's Truit Salt' can be to healthful vitality. The day to day tasks of mother really require fitness. Eno helps to cleanse the system of wastes and excess gastric acids that most always bring on sluggishness, indigestion and a listless feeling that take the edge off life. Eno is pleasant to take free of harsh bitter salts, gentle but effective in its actloru Buy a bottle today and take be- fore breakfast, when needed. ENDS Truit Salt' FQR75 YEARS THE WORLD litchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. S. after which. Mrs. C. Arro-ssmiih, Jr., on behalf of the Aid. presented Mr. Halstead with a fountain pea and nurse, air. Hal- stead thanked the" ladies for their good wishes and kindness. FARETVEIX GIFT GHANOM1 (HNS) day evening at the Masonic the chapter entertained the Masons and their wives. Csrds were plaved for an hour or more, after which a bounteous lunch was served. On behalf of the members of the chapter, Mrs. Bert presented Mrs. J. H. Jklarsh a gift, and expressed the regret Uie chapter at- losing Mrs. Marsh as a member. HO3IE FROM HOSPITai- HTLLSPRING. (HNS) Mrs. Naran Peterson and infant son are home from the hospital. cloudy and cool but no rain j 2. Staralone. owner E. Hail. Leth fell. Rides and games were added bridge. Sl-45 place; 3. Dew I3roy to the stampede arid race program, Keeler and Duffy Stewart SDlit money m the sadale bronc na- The parade started a and was headed bv the msjorettes and cymbal bard appeared for the first time in j Ravmond their natty uniforms of crimson j capes, trimmed with sold. Follow- i the band came Mayor George W. Ringrose in a gaily decorated car. The nest section was composed of a number cf ancient model cars. Higgins. Aldersyde. Quarter horse handicap rrJle So each entrant. S50 Maior. H. Jensen. Set Dates For Community Saks a meet- ing- of the directors of the Com-1 munity Auction .sales. Ltd.. on i Wednesday in the town hall at! Macleod. sale.-; dates were set bv! BABY BCGCY REPAIRS BABY BCGGY wheels' retired re- i ------J and treed. GUAHAXTHED ?HOXH 4K4. 1628 _ KEPLER'S BERT MAC'S 315-7tn St. S 3232. 33, RADIOS. HSAHIXG- i AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7sh St. S. Phone 4333. 1178 _______________i Phone 3232 BRING YOCS BICYCLE to its' BERT MAC'S best equipped shop in the south. Where they build up the performance BICYCLE REPAIRS 31 3 J. Parts and accessories for all makes American. English, earned in BERT ,t MAC'S 315-7th Sc. S Phone 3232. 3S2 the oldest being a 1904 chain drive j driven by H. Leeds. The re-" mainder of the narade was comoos- ed of decorated floats entered by. business houses and organizations and a large number of cowboys and j cowgirls: a model cars Larry. S1260 win. j owner C. j Utah. S1.40 nlace. j i Macleod-Sept. 13, Oct. 14, pure- 1R__i bred sale: Oct. IS. .-laska. owner j. Broc'c.: park 26 ard 27 Oct CABINET MAKING Pincher- 3. Oct. 4 Counter Store Fixtures and General and 25. Nov. 1, and calf sale Nor. i 2 and 29. Xaptor, S2.60 win. i "disolay of new" c- Smith. Provo. Utah. and a "section of decor- Manle Leaf Purse. owner Smead, Aidersvde. 3. Barnn Magic, owner furlonss. atcd bicvcles. tricvcles 12. Oct. 10 and 17. Nov. 8 and 20. Whiskey 16 and Nov. 6. 22 ana Dec. 5, LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 6il-6th ATC. ScuOi. Phone 3558. S44 cf your the Charges. St. S. RAOL4TOR REPAIRS RAD! ATORS LEVITTED HARRTSOX-McCORD Serrice. Hepaatas. cleanteg. ins -Kith original equiBrsens 114-Sth St. a STOP.S AND OFFICE FIXTURES. household and children's furnifire ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, -i___ livery naid on out-of-tcwa Roy Kercp, 327-3rd ST. S. 2SS5._________________ REFRIGERATION and toys made, refinished or re- t ssPRiGSRiTION "Sales paired. Nic-Nac St. Dec. 4. 1 South. Phone 3558." 102 dren's pets. The Edmonton Fusihers owner C Smith, j All but four of the directors were a had numerous vehicles of war on ?rcJi0-3utah- vnr- present and the president Walter The parade was judged bvjr- on wine. S3.55 place: 3. i Jenkins of ParK Bend, presided a; I- Fred Kennedy. Calgary Herald. Easter Ruby, owner C. Foesier. the and Eric McGreer. Calgary L Jones. Pitone 455o. 1906-7th Are. C.. Lethbridgg. KE-TREADING CABINET MINISTER HILLSPRUCG. (HNS) "Hon. hospital N. E. Tanner and family' of Ed- mention. cf Trade. The first; nme for floats; Hoielmens 6'i furlonss. was awarded to the'starline l. Larrv BRITISH BRIDES GIVEN wn 0 with the Canadian Lesion sscond i and Brown. wi-.. S2.40 nrFiMtmr iT-T-ii l.-nd the Municinal hospital third.! ?iace; 2. Star Tsnce. C. Foesier. I WELCOME. HIGH RIVER'______________ Tho entrv of the Provincial AuxH- >'unson. S2.05 aiace; 3, Major, H.: -_______ i CONTRACT Jensen. Raymond. i NORTH AND ACTO WRECSERS Authorized GOODYEAS ______ Phone 4253. 1270 was given special monton are Tisiting in Eillspring with relatives for a few days. TO TAKE OVER STATION STIRLING. (HNS) Vem Seely left this week to take over the service station at Mountain View. BERTH OF DAUGHTI S COALDAL3. f Stampede Results Siamnede results follow: Saddle bronc and 2 sulit. Joe Keeler. Duffy Stewart- 3, Chet BaMwin: 4. George Aldoff. Bareback Cam Lands- 2T Georpe Aldoff: 3. Louie Paltner: 4. Ralph Thomson. Calf Hush Conneil: 2, Sandv Conneil; 3, Jack Streeter; 4. Pet Barton. S Donald George tv- tickets. RETURNS FROM TRIP hand; in this country to join their hus- i modern equipment; also lawn bands at High River, were honored mowers and clippers sharpened. A. recently at a large shower and Bachman. Lawn Contractor Phone comingjarty held m tne Parish 1 2110. 122S Granite ar. Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Needs. 325-8th St. S.! 1632 RETREADING. REC_APPING AND "The Most Modern and Best Stotdp- ped Shoe in the J. A. JABDINE'S TIRE SCPPLT. 402-ist Avenue South, phona 33SO. 1657 ROOFING GRANUM. (HNS> llinna Diram returnsd ______. from a motor trio commencing last fall when Mrs. Dirnm left; for the husoanc. is foreman of the June 24. Mr. and Mrs. S. 5. are the grandparents a ad .Mrs. Alice Stockdale of T- Palmer. the great grandmother of tl miss. GBANT7AL Mrs. "Pranlc Haseleu cf ND., arrired Tuesday with Mrs. Haseleu's "SVill Cort and Paul Heaker. BIRTH OF DAUGHTER _ Mr. and Mrs. Rex Elhert are the narents of a daughter bom as the Municipal hospital. "VISITOR AT RAYMOND, Mrs Eo- wena H. Low of Salt Lake is visiting her parents, Mr. Thos. Hicken. HONOR BRIDE-ELECl Read and Mrs. Dorothy Sahl en- tertained Wednesday e'swf.L g in honor of Miss Konna Smitx c-ride- elect. Towels were eninroidered during the evening and presented to Miss Smith arid a daintv lunch was served by the hostesses. OF BEER CHANBROOK, B.C. (HNS) Provincial police into the forced entry of is- Cranbrook brewery early Sunday and theft of two barrels of has re- sulted in eight charges bcT-g laid, all against Indians. INFANT BURIED PINCHER services were held in Pmcher Creek from. Scott's Funeral Parlors on Tuesday afternoon for Garry Lloyd Slater, age four days. whose death occurred in Calgary on Sunday. H.> was the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slater of the Robert Kerr district south of Pincher Creek. Rev. J. G. Goddard officiated and in- termers took place in the Faimew cemeterv, Pmcher Creek. "Wild horse Duffy Stew- ari: 2. Albert Musache. Wild, cow Tom Duce: 2, Georee Aldoff George Aldoff of Coleman won snecial prize donated by Gor- dor .Tackson in rhs form of an as- sociation saddle for the most points vron durins the dav. Parade results follow- Comic and Smith. Leeds and Granum. Craig and j Stranbers. Henry Sheppard anS iliss ;ostesses at A large bv Wa'ter Bve- Whi-e Rock B.C., who will visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Dslev. and her Stanley, and family. presented. rs. D. C. Burke presided at the table, and those assisting the! A level? home like a rare jewel, j requires a perfect setting to enhance its beauty. So why not give j 0 REPAIR'S your home the serting it deserves. CALL ALLEN BROS. 4074 Lethhridge's leading landscape de- _____ signers, gardeners. 164S Seg. Jones anc Her Dnce. Phcrae 45501333 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS TO VISIT IN SEATTLE Mr. and Mrs. L. D. King left bv train Sat- urday for Seattle to visit their son and daughter there. hostesses were Mrs. J. S. Hunt. 1__ C. A. Parquharson. Mrs. H. Mrs. George Nightingale. Mrs. Gil- ben Nelson ana Miss Lillian Night- ingale. The honor guests spoke in wannesr appreciation of the wel- coming gesture in tneir new land. zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3923. 514-7th Ave. South. 113 LEAVES FOR COAST Decorated and M. Motors.! Mnc T- u REBER ELECTRIC. 710-Sth St. S. MRS. E. M. BROOMFIELDj Electrical Contractors. Hadios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. IS BURIED AT STAVELY (Special.) Puneral 1SS6 FARM LIGHTING Mrs. Mary mons. Best cowboy Henrv Sharoles. Ken Sanders." Bill Garis. Test Sharpies. Pionee'- p. Lambe, Qually Motors. R. E. Sobv. Decorated bicyrle Jim p-iwers, Ronnie Jackson, "Bob Fair- i ver where she months with [Hazel Allan. 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven Allan is leaving Fricav for Vancou- af'-ernoon at i or wind driven, with or without a few if. churca for Mrs. EUza- j batteries, her daughter. Miss iiucro Broomfleld. who died AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. in the_Clareshoini hospital last; 205-lOth SSL S. Pcoae 3348 or 3753. XTIGSCSjT. Bom in WoocvUle. Ont. in 1856. f Mrs. BroomSeld mamed John i HONOR NETTLTWEDS FLOOR SANDING son. newlyweds, at their farm home j i Monday mght. A nleasant evenirs; rtecoratej'bicvcfe was spent. Mr. arid Mrs. Rolfson Richards. Terry Donaldson. Steve receiving some lovely gifts. BRIDE SHOWERED Tne ladies BroomSeld in 18S5 and in the same 1 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED RAYMOND (HNS) 4bout i moveci to Innavale. Neb. In I LORNE LONG. PHONE thirtv friends and the? moved to Penhold with' We welcome out of town business, prised Mr. and Mrs. Varold Rolf- Children's Luneard. Mrs. their family of five children and in 1904 came to Stavely. where she resided until four years ago. At thai tune she moved to Parkland to live with a daughter. Mrs. Hugh Haws. Mr. BroomSeld was killed in a railway accident m the UJ3. in 1914. Mrs. Broomfield Is survived 90 Phyllis .Anderson. Adi'i" Bowie. -Junior Skoye and, of the community sponsored a i Miss Edsth Broomfleld. Ponoka: Ifnrv Lou Brown (equa-1. J shower Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. j John. Turner Valley; Mrs. W. H. Shetland Sharpies, Csborne Jamison, at which the Sne- j Linton. Bums Lake. B.C.: Mrs. bv three daughters and two sons, i Miss Edsth Dcnnie Anderson. Betty Hassett. jlish onde received many Special Deiiv- gifts. lovely i Hugh Hawk, Parkland, and Russell. Stavely. FLOOR SPECLiLIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCT HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made Sew. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Phone 2533. 1174 24 iiour Service on AH Mases of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag- Sales :ind Service 317-8th Street South. Phone 44SC ____________ 393 SEWING MACHINES WE REPAIR ail makes of machin Work guaranteed. Sin siitgar Ss- Macnsre Ox, 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. gat SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompi service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 320 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. 335 DRSSSMAKtNG A.LT3SATIC3J5, DOROTHY GRAHATi Phone 4434. 122 McFarland Bldz. Wors sruaranrsai Sirs. R. Hams. 14 Devdii COto-3 .___________Phone 2332. 68 SHINGLING SPSCIALIZS in Cecar aaci Asbestos Promp serrice. Hiebert Bros., 92G-7ta St. If, Lethbncge. _____ 1244 SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SEOS HSPAIS SHO? 322-7th fft. S. Phcne" 3S55. 55t .NOW NEW-FORMULA PEPSODENT GIVES THE MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. Tbe Modem Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. ______All work guaranteed. 1055 FURNITTKE MOVING DENTAL CREAM TEETH! NEW INGREDIENTS! HEW BRIGHTER TASTE! TWICE AS MUCH 1RJUM GREATEST CLEANSING ACTION EVER OFFERED! NEVER before a dental cream like this! NEW-FORMULA Pepsodent Dental Cream combines twice as much Iriurn w uh new ingredients to the greatest cleans- ing action everoffered. Here at last is a dental cream that removes every kind of 61m that darkens your safely. So no wonder NEW-FORMULA Pepsodent Dental Cream gives the uhileft teeth they're because they're cleanestl Get NEW-FORMULA Pepsodent Dental Cream for the ubitest teeth! "PEPSODENT TEETH" ME MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing. Shiaplriz of Gooes. Pijoae St. a 14SS Headquarters for Wilson's Distance Moving ___ Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 7i4-3rd Are. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barm. SSI LEE DCCK. Tailoring arid HaS 330-13th Sc. N. STja. _____ 1338 T131E SHEETS FCRRIEKS LDXUiiiOCS FUR COATS in tie latest styles, savics: priced. Sxpert! restvisng, rslirolng, cleacisg and in-j sured storage. Also cloth coats arid dresses for everr occasion. GARAGES. ATTENTION 3IECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried lu stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEFT. Paoue 32CJ. .______________ _VACrOl CLEANER. GUARANTSED Vacuum Service, Ail makes. McKeazls EJectnc Ltd. Phoas 3637 ______________________________252 UPHOLSTERY GRAHAM AND JEJJS Chesterfield and 790 GENERAL REPAIRS f g- and SAWS sharp- i ened. Bicycles and Phonographs repaired. Locksmith and Gunsrnitii, j i Union Repair Shop. lC33-3rd Ave S. 4VT> l Irt'A iM Authorized GOOD3TEAB Dealer i 9 INSULATINfi AND ROOFING j___________Phone 42S8. 1S70 We specialize in Rocs i Tire Repairs i Wool liisuJaaon and Asphalt Shirs-1 all Kinds. j gies to buildings, old or new. Ex- 1 Belt Splicing, perisncec! crews oa the job the year, "A Complete TITS Service round. J. A. TIRE SUPPLT i _ 1402-iss Avenue South. Phone 35SG. Western Home Improvement Co. j 8 Stafford Slock. Phone 2353. I. MOTORS. ELECTRIC 181 f I Short Stop Service StaSon BraS- Fully equioped shop, expsrt work- i man, for t'as repair of fractional sud three phase motors. McKeozie Electric Ltd. Phoaft 3S37. 254 TRE PEPSODENT BEHTdl CREAK NOW ON SALE AT NEICRUftlOOD STORE IS THE gEg-FOMUK PEPS08ENT IT BECAUSE THEY'RE CLEANEST VISITOR FROM REGIN.4 Mr. and Mrs. A. Wade ha4 as tneir visitor las; week the latter's sister. Mrs, Ted Burton of Regina. Their daugh- ter. Miss .Shirley Wade of Leth- bndge. spent the weekend at her home, before for a week's holaday ai Waterton. Service, -Jtis Avs.-stis Phoce 4157. WATCH REPAIRS Expert Watch and ClocSc MAC'S WATCH SHOP WELDING Phone 3S99 for Pcrtabi- Prompt Service. Richard's WeMiisg, 323 i'z We chanse the steel rims Ci or wheels to rans suitable for rubcer tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Arenea. Thone 2544 ;