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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: I H. W. MEEC11 AGENCIES Acacia Block. 3rd. Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043. 1938 Air Conditioning JntEEL SHEET METAL McClarr furnace and modem air- See our floor display 1329 CHABLTOK HILL Sheet Meial and Pooling Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Hepairs. Auto MCLAUGHLIN Carate and AnW Wreckers. Comer of 4ta Ave. and 3rd St Phone 2918.____________10 Beauty Parlors CALL WESTBROOK'S BEAUTY PAHLOR for your Nest Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 60ff Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures aqd General Woodworking. tETHBRIDGE WOODWOEKISG CO. 611-6th Ave. South. Phone 355S. 844 STORE AND OFFICE household and children's furniture and toys made, refirushed or re- paired. Sie-Nac Shop. 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558. 102 Cemetery Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 323-8th St. S. Contractors Ornamental Iron Railings, Carpen- ter "Work, Plans, Decal Transfers. G H. lambert Phone 2077. 143o NEW IAWX S All necessary material on hand; lully modem equipment; also lawii mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Contractor. Phone 2110. _________ 122S Dentists DR. A. C. AHREXS DENTAL SURGEON. PURITY DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work and. repairs by careful -workmen. McKen- rie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor wort. Phone 3S29. 514-7th Ave. South. IIS KEBEK ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. -1696 Electrical Appliances EDHEKA Vacuum Cleaners. "Snow Bird" Refrigerators sad Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants: Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances of all types. ELECTRICAL APPLL4NCE SAIJES Ave. S. Phone 4660. 150 Farm Lighting volt and 32 voli, engine driven or -wind driven, with ,or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 305-lOth St S. Phone 3848 or 375S. _____________________________1720 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 831 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECLALIST Hoori Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Wort Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-Mth St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXrERxi-Y LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work 1055 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2369. We welcome out of town business. 90 frurnfture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing, Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-Sth St. 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 everv occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP for Finer Furs." tentifml. White plus marks were fairly well tribated near tbe cloce, a aisortmemt per- sisted. TORONTO STOCKS tains tfcaa were the Toronto exchange in session, uaiy maocmaic held an index gain at the etow bat other shewed CASH PRICES grades at 51 C.W. 286; 2 C.W. 286: 2 C.W. 253; 4. C.W. wo ceata Arthur Brent Churchill 1 sloppy for Saturday's run for the Roses. Wee P.G.A. president Ed Dudley said j Admiral will not go to the post. j tne price was more than he was cabling a request to British Thus if the track does net dr.- by below the precedes close, aut tne golf pTifessKmals asking them to Saturday, the chestnut coit owned I contract rallied sharply toward the; reconsider a previous decision and bv R. S. McLaughlin of Oshawa. end of the session and moved send a team to the United States Ont._ will not be cne of_ the sixteen above yesterday's to play f .._... year. Craig said resumed, tided Laoaska............ 51 Negus ............2S5 Noranda............ 68 Omega.............. 23 Chicago Grain Prices Osisko..............125 CHICAGO, May flue- j tations trading in the i 73 n-e. contract today. At. times; Pickle Crow.........3ss Pioneer.............525 Preston E. D.........250 San Antonio .........530 Sen. Houyn..........108 Sherritt Gordon 196 123 87 65 52 261 68 250 32 125 160 74 375 520 245 530 105 202 S3 345 HC10A1. "i'racinf was atony a groove ap M the final iwnr tn- AXT on, tbe stock exehaitfe and curb market except for aome seiectea uonsrs wnirn moved up sharply. i CANADIAN STOCKS i l3y James atrrtarrtson ana Open. i Abi-Jbl Tc Pfc. Asoesus BsL "i'eL Co. iS9 20% 33 Britain's P.GJV. president. Henry 20 Race Horses Die In Barn Fire CHICAGO, In the Estate of CHARLES SCHAKFNER, late 1927. was interrupted in 1939 wivh of the Town of Oberon, in the j the beginning of the war in Europe. State of North Dakota, one the tJnited States of Farmer, deceased. I NOTICE is hereby given that all persons havins claims upon the estcte of the above naraec William Charles Schs finer, who died on. 15th day of January. AJO. 1932. are _ reauired to file with the solicitors i for the Administrators by the 17th, j day of June. AJX 1S46. a full state- ment, duiv verified, of their claims and of any securities held by them, and thas after that date the execu- tors will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties en- titled thereto having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed or which have been brought to their knowledge. DATED this 1st dav of May, AJX 1946. VIRTUS S: R.USSSLL, for the Administrators. McFarland Building. HI Lethbridge, Alberta. 1 be scratched.; in Saturday's _ i two veteran, i i ished H lower to higher, wheat, i ished H lower to nsgner. wneac. .T com. barley and deferred de- I ,AT, CLOsE, W. Lumber liveries unchanged at ceilings.: Cons. B. A. Oil...... i ts. C. Power "A" C. and D. Sugar I Can. Locomotive Can. jfalt i Can. Brewing Can. S. S..... I Can. Car I Can. Celanese i Ind. Alcohol i C. P. E- Lumber 2SV 34-a 23 27H 34 23 :i 49 25 20 65 i W j A 311 Ryder cup competition, started in to ride Mrs. EOiaabeth Graham's] Perfect Bahrani. one of the favor- while Johnny Longden, the former Alberta coal miner, will be astride Spy Song, 3. J. BSeberg's 4-to-l entry. Longden. who left his Taber home in 1927 to race thoroughbreds to victories on the Western Canadian circuit, has been one of the top CASH PRICES 2 red and hard 1S2 j nominal, ceiling. 2 yellow 119 nominal, 1 Jociseys on the American turf for o-Kned" bv nsore than a decade. Longden won J the Derby in 1943 while piloting Count Piset- to the triple the Derby, the Preakness and the Belmonc year. King Leaves For London May 12 LONBON. Mav Prime Minister Mackenzie King has informed the meeting of com- monwealth renresentatives here tbat he will leave" Ottawa May 12 and arrive in London May 18, a con- ference suokesman said late today. It is anticipated that Prime Minister Smuts of South Africa. Herbert Evatt, Australian external affairs mnister. and Walter Nash, New Zealand deputy prime minis- ter, will still be here for discussions with the Canadian prime minister. NEW HIGH SCHOOL INSPECTOR HERE EDMONTON, May Warren, superintend- ent of the Killam school district. has been anpo'nted high school inspector at Lethbridge, it -was announced today. Mr. Warren recently returned from a year's post graduate study at Harvard University in education administration. He take over his new duties at the start of the fall term. ALTA. LIBRARY BOARD NAMED EDMONTON. May provincial government today an- nounced the appointment of an Alberta, library board to advise the government on steps to be taken to extend library facilities to areas not now served by public libraries. The Cultural Development act pass- ed at the last session of the legis- lature proiided for the appointment of the board. Its members will be Alexander Calhoun. retired librarian of Cal- gary; Miss Marjorie Sherlock, li- brarian at Alberta University, for- merlv of Lethbridge; John Fergu- son, "Grande Prairie: W. R. Gastell, and H. G. Gour- TRACTOR, Car Tire Vul- canizing. Guaranteed. Line belt splicing. New and Used Tires. Calgary librarian, and I NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS i lay, Edmonton librarian. AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4253. 1870 Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing of all Kinds. Belt Splicing. "A Complete Tire Servrce." J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1555 Veterinary Surgeons DR. J. C. CARNEY. 90i-_ud Ave. 3. Phone 41oO. NEWS NOTES Maine Chance farm were reported by police to have perished in a fire thas swept- Arling- ton Parfc race track barns early to- dav. Police said that among the horses p r jf that perished were a War Admiral VaOif colt, the name of which was not f jut f j c learned immediately, and Gay Sm- O irieCL .O. peror. valued as S32.000- He iaid "ncoui horses belong- I YORK, ilay that "about sis or seven" were Maine Chance farm has two horses entered in the Kentucky Derby highly favored Lord Bcswell and Knockdown, but both are at LouisviHe. Golds 127.06. down 1.42. Base Metals 100.70. uo .27. Western 2854. down .13. -YORK STOCKS 125 to 143 nominal. GLOSS FUTURES 183H: September December 183b; May (1947) j Gen. Motors. Kennecott. Cons. Dist. Corp.-ieagram Dom. Bncge Doin. Steel Dom. Tar...... Fanny Farmer Ford "A-...... Fraser 133-i. 121si; July September 83: July S3; Septem- ber 31 to December to ?i. July 148 Sep- tember I43'.i; December 126H: July 126S: September 12Sti; December CBv James Richardson end Open: Amer. Tel.. Ana- Ga conda. Chrysler. 123 Ji: las Aircraft. Gen. Electric. 45: BHcee Gen. Motors. Kennecott. i Eirani Walker" K.Y. Central, Republic Sears. S.O.N.J.. 78U; United Aircraft. 29-s; 0.S. Steel. 84; West. Elec., Wcolwonh. 60. Total sales. 1.000.000 shares. recently expressed doubt con- j cerning Byron Nelson's low scores. Cards Strengthen Catching Staff ST. LOUIS, May Louis Cardinals bolstered their weak catching staff Wednesday by trad- ing Second Baseman. Emil Verban to Philadelphia Phils for Catcher Clyde Kluttz, a few hours after the Phils obtained Kluttz from New York Giants in exchange for Out- fielder Vince DiMaggio. Trimble Unable Coach Rough Riders OTTAWA. May McCaffrey, manager of Jimmy Ottawa Ward, sponsor of the Goodall round robin tournament. last week offered to pay all of Burton's ex- penses plus a bonus if the British champion would come to the United States for a match with Nelson. Eighteen holes of ihe match will _ be played on the winged foot course i in Westchesier county, New York, l May 29. LIVESTOCK Calsarv Livestock CALGARY. May receipts being cleaned up at steady" receipts: 477 cattle, ill nogs. 171 sheep. This receipts; 43 catue, 318 at DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones averages as close: 30 Industrials 205.00. off .62. 20 Railroads 64.20, off .55. 15 Utilities 43.42. off .05. i prices. I Wednesday's i moming's BUDGE SCORES WTX TOHONTO. May Don Budge Wednesday night defeated Bobby Riggs in the touring profes- sional tennis troupe's exhibition at Maple Leaf Gardens. There was an attendance of 2330 for the show. Budge beat Riggs 6-4, 6-2 on the feature match. HEALTH BILL READ LONDON, May The house of commons today gave Aicoattrey. manager 01 second reading to the government's Rough Riders of the Interprovin- i national health service bill, aimed M-Tnl f cial Rugby Football Union, said Wednesday night Hoss Trimble, for- mer Rough Rider coach, had turned down an o3ex to return to the club for the 1346 season. It was understood that Trimble. who lias coached Rough Riders to three eastern championships in his six seasons with the Ottawa team. was unable to accept because of pressure of business in Toronto. Presentations Made to Majors TORONTO. May The especially Canada with its dif- ferent faiths, needs tolerance and sport teaches tolerance. Conn S'mythe, managing director of Maple Leaf Gardens, said Tuesday night at a banquet honoring St. Michael's College Majors, Memorial CUD hockey finalists. Rev. Hugh Mallon, athletic direc- at providing free medical service for everyone, after defeating- an oppo- sition amendment opposing the measure by 359 votes to 172. An- other motion bv Winston Churchill Conservative leader, that the bill be sent to committee of the whole house was defeated 344 to 180. SASK. ELECTION POSSIBLE MOOSE JAW. May M- Cuiliton. provincial secretary in the former Liberal administration toJd a political meeting at Keeler. i 20 miles northwest- of here, last i No hogs, lambs or sheep were night there was no doubt the Sas- t offered. No cattle were unsold from Hogs sold Wednesday for A's. Sows 512.60. Good to choice butcher heifers S1050 to Good butcher steers to S12.10. Good cows 59.00 to S9.50. Canners and cutters S4.50 to S7.00. Good bulls 39.25 to S10.00. Good to choice veal calves to Good lambs S12.75. "Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. May was ruling active on ihe livestpcx market today with most killing classes strong at 25 cents higher for the week. Stockers and feeders were scarce but selling at firm rates. Supplies were being well cleaned ap. Cattle 525: steers up to Ibs.. choice S12.25 to S12.50; good S11.50 to S12; steers over Ibs., choice 12.50 to SlljO to S12.25; heifers, choice to Sll.75; good 9.75 to SI 0.75; fed calves, choice S12.25 to S12.50; good to S12; cows, good S9.25 to medium S9.50 to S10.50; stocker and feeder steers, good :o Calves 145: good and choice veal to S14.50. Hcgs 13G; grade Bl dressed to S18.40. Sheep nil; trade not established. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. May offered for sale on the livestock market here today, last market ses- sion of the week, were few and early sales were too fsw to establish pnces. Veal calves sola steady at S15 to S16 for choice with medium down to Oil Imp. Tobacco Int. Nickel Int. Pe.e Lake of. Woods Lobisw "A" Massey Harris- McColl Front. Minn. Ont. Mitchell Robert Montreal Power Nat. Brew. Nat. SiuC3 Car Ogilvie F.'our Page Hersey" Rose Annie Rumpcl, 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rumoel of Arbuthnot. Saik.. died in hospital from burns suffered in nn explosion at hear home. The cirl! Powell River was reported to have been using Price Bros. 62 13' 65 3275 35 335 355 119 42 17 105 64 26 -I 67 10 '-i 123 35 !i 157s 15 J2 41--s 65 27 63 19 ISTi 10 127 35 15 Ts 15H 25 33 23 49 39H 33 casoline fe clean a- cistern in the basement of the home when an ex- plosion occurred. Power Com.........- I4H: 34-a Purity Flour........ 14 St. Law. Corp. "A" 33 '-A Shawinigan...... 32H 29 ii 33 33'-3 34' 63H 14 33 katchewan government had con- sidered the possibility of an elec- tion this fall. POLITICAL yesterday. Receipts reported by tne Do- minion market service were: Cattle 50. calves 40. ___ Chicago Livestock CHICAGO. Hay Hogs good and choice barrows and gilts sows Ca'-tle 3.700: calves 300: top steers LONDON, Mav Hon. Richard Austen Butler. 43. prob- ably third in line of succession to Conservative partv leadership said bulk to 517: best heif- tor of the college, presented eacn i ia a recent interview th- ere around S1630; outside heavy member of the team, which lost out j people became tired of fhe rigid dairybred bulls beefbred of- to Winnipeg Monarchs for tr.e Ca- j puritans and threw them out of fersngs nadian cnampionsnip.a power and assuredly will do stocker Victory Bond and crests. The di- same thing with inflexible Labcr S3 6.50. Sheep 2.000: vealers down: and feeder cattle to rector announced that a special politicians r.ow in office. award will be given later to Goaiie Pat Boehmcr in recognition of his services over the past three sea- sons- XEW ROCKET MOTOK PATUXTSNT RIVER, Me Mav United States navy cer- j kinds. A telegram was received from Pat mined disclosure yesterdav of what Lyon. Monarcns manager j i; described as most talanne the St. team on powerful rocket motor in the world" Memorial Cup play. __a unjt _.hich delivers 55 medium to choice feti Cooled Colorados medium to low good woolskins slaughter ewes .50 down for snorr. Spanssa militery strength on and, -rmr near the Pyrenees frontier has oeeii -o reduced from last summer j -jay j propel rockets. 170.0CO. reliable leports received i Managof. ragged Chicago grap- pier, retained his -worta's heaw- weight wrestling title here Wed- retumed nesday nighi uhen he defeated Eaail jn two straight for ra-o seconds. j pounds of thrust t S The icotor is intended "cr -j--e :n i Tuesday. i Jei-assJstetl aircraft or to A search by 50 residents of Innis- free, Alta.. so far has revealed no trace of Saik. 34. who has been missing from hss horn? sines COVER all your woodwork Madrid Artaro Toscanini, who to his native Italv last week, has de- cided to rrfuse concert offers from j manv countries so that he can stay Ifrj? many countries so tnai ne can 5ta> i t in Italy indefinitely to dex-ote him- Wheel Aligning tojtha revival of the country's 1 SCULLING CHAMPION DEAD Short Stop ServTcV Station Braki j musical pre-eminence. Service. 4th Ave.-8ta St. Phone 4167. 560 Watch Renairs Expert Watch ar.d Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaldale. 1572 i 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 CAMPBELL LOANS ARE LIFE INSURED COST to 41OAN PLANS oarsman and former world's pro- 1 fessiona! scullsr.g champion, died Wednescay at University hospital. Ke had been rcwir.? coach dosn, Yale, Harvara and Coiunabia. MAGIC POOLS The Oreeks believed that if a your.a woman 'bathed in certain sacred pools, her yearnings for off- spring would be gratified. jt-i SUITE JU OBvcr BlocK h St, S. Phone 3031 CELESTIAL STREAMER The name comet is derived from' the Greek anri Latin words for hair' a fancied be-; tween the tails of comets and long hair streaming in the wind. Vegetable Growers The acreage allotments for some vegetables have already been filled. AU snembers should con- tact ns immediately if they wish contracts for this year. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE MARKETS HAY PRICES I (Balled Hay) Alfalfa to to S37 Prairie hay (Ail prices to the traoe on board i cars Letabndge Is more tfaan It Is a beaaty-cover for ail the woodwork in your home for furniture, hardwood floors, linoleum, -woodwork, doors, trim for the hundred-and-one jobs around the house where a nae clear finish is needed. Glass-hard, gleaniingly beautiful to look at, Classic's economy will gready appeal to you. Tests have proven that quart for quart, will cover nearly one third more than ordinary varnishes. Your paint dealer stocks Glassife ask for it by name. Yoor F. A. ROGERS Lethbridge, Alta. 1 LETHBRIDGE- CREAM PRICES CHURNING CREAM Special......................50c' No. 1 .......................4Sci 'F.O.B. Lethbridge. This price in- eludes 10 cer.ts per Ib. government j subsidy.) j EGG PRICES j A large .......................30c A medium 38c I A pullet .......................22c i i B ............................240 i 1C............................. 18c' INTERNATIONAL VABNISH COMPANY tlMITEb HALIEAX UOMTBCAl TOCONTQ HAMH.TON M WINNIPEG CAIGABT EDMONTOM VANCOUVIH iNEWSPAFERr VSPAPERI ;