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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE McDougaD Commission Proposals Basis For Revision In Co-op. Taxation OTTAWA. Jane 28. GJ Re- vision of tax legislation affecting trading co-operatives along the general lines proposed by the Mc- Dougall royal commission was an- nounced Thursday night by Fin- ance Minister Hsley. Main points of the revisits are the repeal of the section of tha in- come tax act which previously exempted co-operatives the allowance oi patronage dividends paid ra cash as a deductka from taxable income for both co-oper- atives and ordinary compaEies with certain restricUpns. The neir provision exempting pat- rocage ciiidends becomes effective with taxation year's ending is 1946. Bona fide co-operatives organized under provincial co-operative laws, which start business after 31, 1946, are to be exempt- from tax for three years providing they do not acquire the arsets or goodwill of an existing business- DISCDSSES TAX POSITION Mr. Ksley in discussing-the tax position of co-operatives dealt with tlse proposed amendments and the position of co-operatives as a result of uncertainty as to the legal lax liability in previous, years of some co-operatives. particularly the wheat poois. The commission had made refer- ence to that situation and had re- ferred to representations it had received to have any changes in legislation made retroactive. While the comrrjssipa did not recommend sueh a it did suggest that co- operatives which had' conducted their business in good faith inter- preting the law to grant them ex- emption should no; be made liable for the payment of back taxes. Mr. Ilsley said the government was prepared to accept that pro- posal in general. The wheat pools had. however, reason to believe for some years that they would be sub- ject to tax. As a settlement pro- posal the government was prepared Hikrest CtMimes Seeks Increase Capital DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE In its first annual report sfcce being taken out of liquidation Hilicrest Collieries, Limited. which operated the mines at Hillcress for many years, reports a net loss of for the year ended March 31, and states that added to to give relief from tax to the pools for prior to 1942. PATRONAGE DIVIDENDS Patronage dividends would be allowed as a deduction for 1942 and ._. 1943 The justice department bar- ive as at March 31. ice an opinion in 1943 deficit as at March 31. 1946. of Operating profit from rentals of property acti sales of irater and Busy Alberta KAINFALL OF IM INCHES (HNS) With the all day Sunday, a. commenced falling about 6 lasting for more than 10 hours, registering 1JO inches. eksss overcast steady rain the expenses incidental to annulling j the benefit of the up proceedings effect-' the be ami all vwked wtfefeetorilr, the OMB- will be williBc senre the thcv dividends u'ere taxable. -ould be subject to tax for 1944 and 1945- Pati-oaage dividends paid by tiis United Grain Growers and private elevator companies bo treated on the same basis the wheat era! meeting as sttuibu pools. Sspsjald the pools KOI find the pro- posal acceptable they would have M> uie decision of the courts in cases pending. Main of the igal! commission on the tax- nf mutual fire, casualty and insurance companies The companies vroula fc" 't to tax with divi- deads. reSavcs ind returr-ed prem- iums .alio'seanct as a tax deduction. The tax >ree status of mutual in- surers of church and pro- perties would not be disturbed and subsc credit unions would continue be 50 cents exempt. basis. Dealing with trading co-oper- atives it was proposed that patron- I age dividends will be allowed as a j fa the moisture. HEAVY MAIN heavy fell over the electricity totalled Ptees un- der managerial agreement Hillcrest Mohawk: Collieries in the Crow's Nest Pass, tots'ted S2.SS9; and total income was De- ducUocs aggregated includ- ing for interes; paid and district over the weekend. Begimag Saturday evening and again Sun- day eight Triih a total of 1 .51 inches for the two storms. North, of Winni- fred the rain was not as heavy. .while south over the district is be- lieved TO have been heavier than at the local gauge. accrued. Cash totalled and j CROPS LOOK GOOD (HNS) Another accounts receivable were i payable totalled will! iHlv I luuaui JU-y later crops, which and reseeded. The _ 9t these NEW MtlEST OFFICIATES SETLAW. (Special) Sun- day, June 23, Keir. Louis Malo, newly ordained priest, said mass in St. Anne's Church, ReOaw. The altar was banked __ _._ ._ and the choir sang suitable hymns, j D. C. Sweet. Grand Old Man Marks 91st Year Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gosstlin and George Wentworth journeyed to Whitia June 25 to help celebrate the 91st birthday of Whitla's grand old man, Mike Croteau, who despite his _ age remains hale and hearty, and! enjoys his daily Talks. He looks for- j vard to many caore anniversaries-1 He still follows the eveats of the- by newspaper and radio. He Business Directory For Quick, EfftcMt wkfcs ACCOUNTANTS H. W. XEECH AGE34COS Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax AIR. CONDITIONING TKEEL SHEET METAL and modem cue flaro makes M. with bis niece. conditioning See our floor 1339 The annual and a special gen: evenjjjg ra'r> f. and are Fiather Malo preached an serreipa and after mass gave ais blessing to each member of the congregation. Mr. -end Mrs. A. J. Head entertained Father MaJo at their home ia Vauxhall. where a turkev dinner was served. Those i present were. Hev. FaUier Maio, j Sister Adele Bernardo. Mr. and Mrs.! Omar Malo, Vancouver. Mrs. Head i FTNEO ON LIQUOR COUNTS KTMBSSLEY. B.C. (HNS) Fines of and court costs were paid here by twc more persons j CHABLTOX Sheet Metal and and Eavestrouth. Kepmirs. MM ACTO WKECKEKS f shareholders OG 5, at pjn. At tie special meeting, share-, holders will be asked to vote on a OUt. acsl proposal to increase the authorized 1 14ft also the j jfEW AGENT blown out] Sam prs I AVIATION Phone 2918. 10 who paid a See cf and costs, f Also pleading guilty to a charge of! in at her Mark CHARTER sightseeing trips, ___ ___ and who has been transferred capital from no-par-value KEPORTS BURGLARY Hobbena. Alta.. left with his famU common shares to 500000 no-par] WINNIPRSD. (HNS) for his new home. Mr. Rankin and shares and to offer 90543 shares George Wentworta. who resides j family of Hilda. Alta.. arrived ia _ ---j cvtu-r. -JKIH selling giii at ner aaarii 3'jcev arem-i _ _ _ _ earlier wheat is MacDonaid. who has been C-PJR. ises was Alice Watricfc. who' Ing School. Piper Cub Sales, Ser- fall rye is fining depot agent for a number of years., paid a similar fine and costs. Cor- vice. Phone 3380 or 4338. to poral Prank Slater prosecuted, and: ily they entered no defence. Fs'fld, 1417 J. Brown, Brown's Mnrieml City. Ifll nUED St. a Phone 2735. LEW BBCCHTT Paper- 329-llth St. S. Phone 254 ARCHER Intertor Zxtericr pgeormtor. Modem Equipnient. Phone WELLINGTON "The Decor- atorx." Zst. 1907. For estimates Shone 2472. Has. St. IKS POTTS PATXTSR AND BBCORATOR Brssh or Spray. for estimates 16ft MAXO TUNING for subscription by shareholders at a share on a pro rata deduction providing tbe taxable in come was noc reduced beSoiv a rea-1 sonable return on capital. That was defined as a three per cent re- turn on capital employed, includ- ing borrowed capital, less the in- terest paid on borrowed capital. The dividends would have to bs paid equally to members and cus- tomers "shortly alter the end of the fiscal vear. Patronage dividends allocated bv co-operatives financ- ing on a "revolving fund" plan would be deductible in the year. Prospect of the payment of patronage dividends would have to be indicated by the co-operative, or other company seeking to come under the legislation, before the start of the fiscal year. SEVEN GOOD YEARS United Church Minister Serves Charge Faithfully for Three Hills tfae gravel Winnifred Thursday, June 20. from home J to ,___auditorium. Following is a partial list of the prize winners: General Stewart Prize Jean Souper; Robert F. O. Shoes; Petersen B. j Rock. Allan S. Face; Kenny Mem- B. Shields. Fred T. Fetners; Canon'Mtrrick Chrirtine 3. Shields. Georgina Davis. Evelyn E. Speaker, Gordon Davis. Jane Megarry Chapter I.O-IXE. two miles east, along highway, while away from home i taka over his new duties as C-PJt. Saturday evening. June 22, had lus j agent. house broken into and the major i portion of his clothing and bedding TENDERED SHOWER and a number of other household! articles ed BEACTY PARLORS LIST MEETINGS (HNS) The United Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Albert Angle on July j shower for H. The Red Cross will meet with! ,ejg oa Mrs. Bunhert on July 3. The Bed j Mrs.! Cross officers are anxious for all i CALL. WSSTBROOK-S BEAUTY PARLOR, for your Next Hair Do. All Trork Phone 3852. 907 investigatin; COWLEY CROPS GOOD COWLCY. and feer husband 1 honor. Cards vere enjoyed during i poss office. 1" j earlv oart of toe eveninc- and.! :t M'cKay.! who have clothes for the clothes I of i drive to leave the parcels at the J VOGfE BEACTY 408-13th Street Nortli. The Latest in Eair Stvling. Phooe 2237. 3S4 BABY BUGGY REPAIRS week was .43. The hay crop was never better and grain yields are expected to be heavy if present joining s_. _.____.. __ BACK OVERSEAS past Dishes of those present and asked! Nick Papp. BABY BOGGY wheels retired, re- paired and sued. Sevice while you wait. BERT MACS "A WMXSC I -91 -iy. the young couple to accept the manv who has been to the air force over-1 St. S. Phone 333S. gifts that were piled high on an ad- I seas for the past few years, returned; AnnoH O f frntn 3S1 favorable conditions continue. Essav Gordon Davis. Jean Souper. i HOSPITAL PATIENT Elsie B- Shields; Dominion Board] COWLEY. (HNS) Little of Religious j Barbara Tustian, who is a patient pleasant evening. ended HONOR CHOIR DIRECTOR -----a----- i A CLAHESHOIiM. iHNS) i.ne B. Shields. Georgina Davis, j JQ gt. Vincent's hospital. Pincher i Senior Choir and ihe congregation Evelyn E. Speaker, Creek, is improving satlsfactorilv. i of the United Church honored Mrs. Doris B. Shields. Elsie B. Friends Of Mrs. McMillan regret Shields, Margaret F. Rider, Marj- P. Chicken. a from England on Wednesday. Mrs. j BICYCLE REPAIRS Papp and infant will be coming to; von? TWVfT- Canada in the near future. BRTNC BICYCLc, to tea equipped shop m the south. GERARD HOEKSTKA Phone 3355. Ave. N. 1562 RADIO REPAIRS BARRETTS RADIO APPLIANCE REPAIRS. ALT. PARTS AKD WORKMANSHIP GCA3ANTESD. CLARKE 3LK. PKON2 4534. 1625 KEPLER'S GHARANTSSD REPAIRS TO Ali MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS SKd APPLIANCE 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1178 Phone 3232 BERT MAC'S Where they bund up the performance HOME FOR HOLIDAT in the Pincher hospital. Gordon Davis. General Pro- IMPROVING PROPERTY Souper. AJvina B. j COWUET. (HKS) The COTS-- _____ VAUXHALL. -'HNS) Miss --------------_______________B.W AriiEfi Hill. as a social! Ethel Lewis, employed by the to hear that she is also a patient' hour held in Harrison hall recently, j Jenkias of Calgary, !s Parts and accessories for all makes of your Charges. Rock. Elsie B. Shields. Mildred Healv, Florence Plume, Beatrice S. Eyes: T. Feth- eis, Joe Bear, Sundial Ball Team MAGRATH. (Special) Rev. and Mrs. Bu P. Marston. have lor the past seven years resided in the United Church manse at Magrath, and will shortly be leaving for their new pastorate at Three "Hills. They will leave a gap that be diffi- cult; to fill, as they have been ex- tremely active In community af- fairs since their arrival from Bow Island in 1939. Farewell parties have been recently given them by the three congregations in the Spring Coulee and Raymond, and presentations have been made. Among achievements during Mr. Marston's pastorate is organizing the steps to gee the new church underway. One of the finest town churches in Alberta, it is" a; ttie same time the most practical, interior is being finished at pres- ent. This has been made possible through the co-operation of every member of-the Magraih congrega- tion. The congregation at Magrath has felt the need of a new church for many years and have with enthusiasm to construct and finance the new- building. During Mr." Marston's stay at Magrath. he has conducted a camp and camp each Him- mer, and in aJi has given 35f> chil- dren and young people a week at camp each year. Mrs. Marstoa has taken an active part in several community enter- prises and for some time has led an orchestra. Beats Vauxhall 14-13 CANNERIES TO START OPERATIONS NEXT WEEK Alberta's vegetable processing in- dustry, concentrated in the "Leth- bridge district, is scheduled to start its 1946 campaign nest week, the province's four canneries and single commercial quick-freeze plans facing the task of processing vege- table crops from more than acres of irrigated farmlands about this city. The campaign get undersray the processing of peas and vail move along successively to beans, corn, carrots, red table beets and pumpkin as these crops are ready. Expectations are that the canneries- and quick-freeze plant com- plete their season's run at the be- ginning of October. Bulk of ths cannery crops are being grown mincer contract for the Broder Canning Company, which operates a cannery at Taber and a cannery at Alberta's only com- mercial quick-freeze plant at Leth- bridge. Remainder of the cannery crops are to be processed by canner- ies at Magrath and Coaldale. Ready To Start Robert Broder, operator of the company which bears his name, told The terald today that his com- VATJSHALL. CHNS) Sun- dial played ball in Vauxhall Sun- day in two league games. In the first game the visitors won by a score of 14-13. Vauxhall having s man on third when their last went down in the last half of tne Trinrp inning. In the second game the score stood 3-0 for Vaushall when the game was called for rain a; the end of the ihird inning. ley branch of the Pincher Creek home on a few weeks" holiday, and is visiting at her mother's and held. She has been a! sister's homes. The hall was well filled giving an indication of the esteem in which Mrs. Hill Is member of the Senior Choir for a American, English, earned in stock. BERT Jt MAC'S 313-7th St S. Phoue 3232. 382 Co-op is making extensive im- i number of years and has been dir- provements to its propertr large i the choir for more than a addition has been to" the main I and b M Calgary soon, building and a lumber shed is being J- G- Dickinson, clerk of session. AT PENTICTON CABINET MAKING l VAUXHALL. (HNSi Mrs.; Counter Store Fixtures and General tETHBRIDGE WOODWOBJONG 315-7th SL S. 3SO RADIATOR HEPAJES RADIATORS LIMITED BLAREISON-MeCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-ear- ing: with original eoaipsaeas cores, 114-Sth St. Fhona 4521. 1583 erected. HEADS LIONS CLUB COIEMAN (HNS) Frank Aboussafy has been elected presi- dent of Coleman Lions club, suc- ceeding S. C. Short, "gig officers are: Srst vice-president. Herb Hewitt; second vice-president, Harry Weltens; secretary-treasurer, Ivor Morgan; two-year directors. Frank Hastieand Alan Cameron: KIMBERLEY BALL TEAM TRIMS patsy's plants are ready to slart operating nest week and will em- ploy 300 men and women at Lesh- bridge, 300 at Taber and about 600 on the farms where cannery crops will be harvested. Each cannery operate with two eight-noiir shifts while the quick-freeze plant will operate round-the-clock. A total of acres of peas acres of corn, 500 acres of beans, 150 acres of carrots and 50 acres of red table beets are being grown for the Broder plants. The] company is well supplied with cans, i having 5S carloads of 125.000 cans! a total of on hand. Packing of the pea crop at the canneries and quick-freeze plant is i expected to continue until nearly 1 the middle of August. i "The pea crop is coming alqag i nicely and, at this time, looks like the best crop of cannery peas ever j grown in southern ex- i plained Mr. Broder. He added that! the crop shows promise good yields of high quality peas. Mr. Broder estimated that cannery peas would yield between one and a half tons to two tons of cleaned peas per acre. CRANBROOK. B.C. (HNS) Smart ball won Local 651, Kimber- lev softball league team, a 3.0-6 vic- tory over Cranbrook All-Stars here Thursday night in a spatter of rain Four fifta-inning Cranbrook runs levelled Kimberley's early lead, and in the upper sixth homers by Dan- skin and Jenkins and Cranbrook errors netted Kimberley five runs. Base runners miscalculations broke tip Cranbrook's seventh inning threat. Union 551 is a Kimberley entry in the Kimberley Dominion Day tour- nament. Umpire was Cec Tiller- Maarion. and lion tamer, Nor- man McAuIav. HOLD AJVU. PICNIC The recent A.F.U. picnic was a huge success and most of the fanners and fami- lies of the Cowley, Lundbreck and Willow Valley districts were pres- ent. The aSair was held at Olin Creek. Harlan Lank being the host. Sports, including baseball games, were held. GAS SERVICE MAGRATH. (HNS) Ac- cording to Mayor E. P. Tanner the present shortage of mater- ials has much fo do the inability of tike Canadian West- ern Natnral Gas Company to extend its lines to Magratli and Raymond at present. After talking to the people of the two communities, the officials are of the opinion that most of them would welcome the con- venience of the gas. Provided Bill Johnson is raatiag in i-entie-; was the chairman. Members of the j ton. B.C.. having been called there livery paid choir and congregation contributed musical numbers and Mrs. Hiil play- ed two piano solos. B. H. Mack, secretary-treasurer of the church, paid tribute to Tise work of Mrs. snd nn behalf of the choir and congregation presented her with a table lamp and a pin-up lamp. PRE-NTTTIAL SHOWER CARDSTON. (HNS) A pre- nuptial shower was given in the Pioneer Home Monday evening, honoring Miss Elinor Burt. who is to be married July 10. The shower was given by the teachers of the Cardston school. Special musical numbers were rendered by the Butlfcr sisters. Duenna and Gene- vieve. Thelma Smith and Beth Hin- man. Sarah. Low. Alice Smith, and a reading -aras given by Beryl Shaw. Elinor received many lovely and liseful gifts. Last Eriday evening Miss Jean Kelson gave a tea towel shower, honoring Miss Elinor Burt as a bride-elect. Twenty guests were by Use illness of her aster. BABY GIRL VAUXHALL. (HNS) Str- and Mrs. Joe Terriff are the par- ents of a baby girl, bom in the Taber hospital on JUne 13. WTTH PARENTS VATJXHALL. CSNS) Miss Edith Sauter. has ceen spend- ing a few days visiting with her carenis and other relatives. AT VATDDHALL out-of- -woric. STORE AND OFFICS STSTURES, hoosehold sad children's furaitare and toys maiie, reflntehed or re- paired. Nic-Nac Shop, 41SA-3ni St. South. Phone 3558. 1CB CEMETERY MEMORIALS Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-atli St S. 1S32 CONTRACTORS (ENS) Mrs. Tom Kelland's mother, Mrs. Bev- eridge, of Huntington. Long Island. N.Y.. arrived by plane last weekend for a visit -with her son-in-lavr and daughter. Mrs. Helland's sister from Ottawa also arrived. NEW LAWNS AH necessary material OB hind; fully modern equipment; lawn mowers and cliDpers sharpened. A. i Bachman, Lawn Contractor. JPhone 1236 present and ail embroidered a tea j a week- towel, which was later presented to j the honored guest. Wednesday evening the YTi'VT. UL of the Alberta Stake Board are entertaining in honor of Miss Burt, is a member of the Stake MXA. Board. Mrs. Fay Wynder is to be hostess at her home for the occa- sion. HERE FROM COAST C OWLET. (HNS) Miss ilargarefc Slade of Vancouver Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. Parry for POSTPONE MEETING RETLAW. fHNS) second Thursday "in July falling on the week of the Calgary Stampede, the Sunshine Club will hold its monthly meeting in the schoolhouse the third Thursday. July 18. BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. 2077. G. H. Lambert. Phone 322 A lovely home like a rare Jewel, requires a perfect setting- to further enhance its beauty. So why not give your home the setting it deserves. CALL ALLEN BROS. 4074 Lethbridge's leading landscape de- signers, gardeners. 1S48 1523 KSFBIGERATIGN REFRIGERATION Sales Serrica. i. S. Jones. Phone 4555. Ave. C_ Lethbrfdga 194' RE-TREADING Re-capping and Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR, Dealer. Phone 4268. 1273 RETREADING. RECAPPING ASD VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Zcndp- ped Shop In the J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lsc ATenue South. Phone 35SQ. ROOFING CHARLTON HILL 30t-9th St. S. Phone 2589 18JJ7 ROOFING. Siding and Insulation. Heg. jones and Hex Dues. pnone 4350 1333 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS TYPES electrical wori mud AWARDS MADE AT GRADUATION EXERCISES ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL CARDSTON. (HNS) The annual graduation service and presentation o! prizes was held at St Paul's Residential School, Cardston. on June 24. Owing to heavy rain and bad roads, many were unable to attend, and in consequence, much of the program was curtailed. The ceremony place in the school chapel. The prizes were presented by Dr. S. H. Middleton, which, judging from the variety of awards, showed a marked upward trend in the educational development of the students. Special prizes given by the Jane Megarry Chapter of the Lethbridge, aroused keen interesr. The essay requested "The value of Education to an Indian" brought forth remarks of favor and com- mendation from the official ex- aminer. At the close of the ceremony, G. Davis and Mrs. A. Fox, officers of ths Kainai W_A., ?re- j sented Mrs. S. H. Middieton-with a gold brooch, as a token of their high esteem, and abiding affection. This was received with much ap- plause. The brooch was specially designed by Birks Ltd., from the school" crest. Exhibits of the manual training i and handicraft leatherwork of the j students received much favorable comment. j Refreshments were later served j Everything for Ltd. pooce 3537. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3923. Ave. South. 118 METAL RINGS....................2 for 5c GLASS TOPS......................2 for 5c REBER ELECTRIC. St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. ______________________1696 FARM LIGHTING 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. i 203-lOth St. S. Phone 3848 or 3758. 1720 FLOOR SANDING_____________ FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of town business. 30 GEM SEALERS PINT SIZE ...........................DOZ. QUARTS Vz GALLONS FLOOR SPECL4LIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON. Old Floors and Stairs Made Sew. 20 Years Experience, 137-14th St N. Phone 2532. 1174 Kerr Mason JARS QUART SIZE DOZ. 1.39 RUBBER JAR RINGS........Doz. 5, CANS No. 2 plain. Each........5c No. plain. Each......gc No. Z enamelled. Each -.-6c No. enamelled. Eacb ff CAN TOPS No. 2 plain. Per 100 .......95 C No. Z'A plain. Per 100 No. 2 enamelled. Per 100 No. zyz enamelled. 100 JAR GRIPS Swcnson rubber jrips for tightening and opening sealers. Each Top-off adjustable grip for sealing and opening: jars and bottles of a'l sizes. Each 9c 39c ELLISON'S FLOUR Vitamin or Eegvlar Type THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR NOURISHING AND TASTY BAKED GOODS ELLISCT? MILLING ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. SCllers of Fine Quality Flour for 40 Years REMEMBER HOTTS FISHING COMPETITION: YOU MAY VVIN A VALUABLE SPEND OUR NATIONAL HOLIDAY IN THE GREAT OUT- DOORS! CASTING LINES 35c to RODS REELS, Spinners, Wabblrrs, Plugs A COMPLETE LINE OF BAITS OF ALL KINFS Each........................25c to r MEASURING SPOONS, set of 4 sizes .........15C JAR FUNNELS, blue enamelled. Each 35c Attention WOODCRAFTERS! Power tools in limited quantity are arriving at frequent intervals. We suggest ttrac you let VLS know C. your ceeds that we rcay assist joa in securing your requirements. I S NOW AVAILABLE Lathes Jig Belt Sanders j Craftmaster Table Saw g CHECK OUR STOCK OF PULLEYS ANI> BELTS MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 105S FURNITURE MOVING MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating, Packing, Shipping i of Household Goods. Phone 2097. i 640-6UJ St- S- 1488 Headquarters for Wiisoa's __ Long Distance Moving _ 1TFCKKIEKS ___ LUSUKIOUS'FDB COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Sxpert restyling, relming, cleaning and In- ;sured storage. Also ciola coats and REPAIRS 24 Hour Service oa Ail MfrfrfS of "-mall GAS ENGINES XETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag- Sales and Service. 317-3th Street South. Phone 4456. 399 SEWING MACHINES WE REPAIR aH makes Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Co., 620 3rd Ave_ 5. Phone 2243. 321 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt servicf. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Are. S, Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING i ALTERATIONS GRAHAM. Phoae 4494. 122 McFurland 2S BUTTON-HOLES. Wort guaranteed Mrs. H. Harris. 14 Dercm. Coart. Phone 2832. 83 SHINGLING SPECIALIZE in Cedar and Asbestos shingling. Promp service. Hiebert Bros, S20-7th St. Jf, Lethbridge. SHOE REPAIRS STSVirs SHOE HSPAIB SHOP 322-7tll St. S. Phone 3S55. M Expert Shoe Repairs Saep 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Wort. Bob Barrs. 951 LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat worft. 330-13tii St. 2t Phone 2770- 133S TIME SHEETS GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any questtitv. HKRALD JOB DEPX. Phone 3203, 485 CLEANER SEKV1CK GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. AH makes. McKenzie Slectric ItiL Phone 3637. 252 rPHOLSTERT rs. SHOP Seaan posrg. Fumleaang. AH work guaranteed. Phe 3275. St. S. Phone 3470. H2S 790 GENERAL REPAIRS LAV.'NMOWHS.7 and SAWS sharp- i encd. Bicvcles and Phonographs repaired. Locksmith and Gunsaalth. Caicn Repair Shop, 1238-3rd Ate. S. 1010 js INSULATING AND ROOTING We 'specialize in applying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or aew. Ex- periencec crews oa ths job ths year 1 rourd. Western Home Impwrejneat Co. 8 Stafford Block. Pnone 2853. 131 MOTORS, ELECTRIC Golf Balls. Each WE ISSUE ANGLING PERMITS. Fullv equipped sisop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional three phase motors. McKenzie Electric LW. Phone 264 'Gold Star LEAVES FOR VFATEKTON SUNDIAL. (HNSJ School closes for this term on Friday and Mrs. Oisen leaves for Waterton. where she expects to tie employed for the summer. The school chil- dren held their annual picnic the school last Thursday. VULCANIZING TRACTOK, Car Tire Vnl- canJzteg. Guaranteed, T3as beis splicing New and Used TJres. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND ACTO W3ECSERS Authorized TG OOP YEAR Dealer. _ Paone 425S. 1S7Q Tire Repairs asd VuIcaaisBg aH Kinds. "A Complete Tire Service." J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SCf IX.Y 402-lst Avenue South. Pfcose 35S8. 165S ALIGNING Short Stop Serrfce Station Bralte Service. 4th Ave.-Sth SX Phose 4167. SCO 1VATCH REPAIRS Expert. Watch and Clock Reoairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP. Coaidate- 1572 WELDING Paone 3889 tor Portable Weldiag. Prompt Service, Guaranteed RlchanTi Welding. 323 4th St S, 1251 We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims for rubber tires. WILBED FKOBUCTS 3111st ATcnm, Phone 2544 ;