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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Lethbridge Business AND Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Accountants "it W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue South. Air Conditioning FBEEL SHEET VcClary furnace and mocern air- See oar floor display ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modern Equipment. ___________Phone 2469._______1796 WELLINGTON BROS_ "The Decor- ators.- Est. 1907. For estimates phone 2472. Res. 611-lOih St. S. 1853 CHARLTON A HHX Hheet Metal and Roofing Contracts, furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. Auto Garage Amto Wreeleis. Comer of 4th Ave. 3rd St Phone 2918.___________10 Beauty CALL WESTBROOK'S BEAUTY PARLOR, for your Next Hair Do. AU work guaranteed. ___ Phone 3852. Gffl Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBHIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 6U-6th Ave. South. Phone 3568. STORE AND OFFICE household and children's furniture tovs made, refinished or re- paired. "Nic-Nac Shop, 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558.___________102 Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian. Marbles. LETHBBIDGE MONTJMESTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs. 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors Ornamental Iron. Railings, Carpen- ter Work, Plans, Decal Transfers. G> H. Lambert Phone 2077. NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; fully modem equipment; also lawn mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bucfaman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. '_______________1225 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEOX. DAIR.Y BUILDING PHONE ______263 Electrical Contractors TV-PER nf plectrical work and repairs by careful workmen. McKen- ile Eecfecic Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE t FINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave South. 118 KEBER ELECTKIC, 710-6tii St. S Electrical Contractors. Badios -and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1 Electrical Appliances Cleaners, "Snow Bird" Refrigerators aad Washing Machines' Faun. Lighting Plants; Muorescent' Gennicical Lighting Appliances of all types. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE 619-7til Ave. S. FIRTH BROS. Spray Palming and Painting. Quick Estimates Given, on Roofs, Stucco Houses. iFarsn -Buildings. Phone 3731, 715-17th St. N. 75 Plumbing Gas Fitting FRED a speciality. St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phoae 33S5. 1505-4th Ave. N. 1962 Radio Repairs Additional Classified Personal SLENDOR TABLETS are effective Two supply 12 weeks to. At all druggists. April Permits Show Increase With various types ol construction continuing apace in she city. value of building permits taken out MAY "Breatheasy" relieves instantly. Sold on refund guarantee. For par- ticulars write Breatheasy of Caa- W- during April of this year show a considerable increase over the vslus ada. Ltd.. Vancouver. B.C. 1162 LLOYD'S CORN and Callous Salve gives immediate rebel from corns and callouses. 50c at all druggists. Fuel CHESTER MINE "KOYAL Lump. Stove and Nut Phone 91-3015 or SMS One ton deliveries discontinued. 41ib Business Opportunities Barrett's EXPERT APPLIANCE REPAIRS. ALL FARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE BLK. PHONE 4554. 1626 FOR general store, real opportunity for right party. For further particulars see D. VEKWOERD Capitol Theatre Bldg. Phone 2454. 1762 KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. 4338. 1178 Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-atcCORD Radiator Service. ReDairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114-Sth St. S. Phone 4121.____1583 ROVS RADLATOK tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery- tiaid on out-of-town work. Rov'semo. 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2685. Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Senrice. I. E. Jones. Phone 4555. 128o-3rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading Re-capning and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBKIDGE MOTORS AXB AtJTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 KETREADING, RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Equip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 GARAGE BUSINESS FOR. SALE Brick building 50x80. located in one of the best farmins districts in Southern Alberta. "Equipment is better than average. Being sold to settle an estate. Finacce can. be arranged. STANDARD GARAGE. Granum, Alberta. Phone 30. 1962 MINE FOR acres lease- equipped with air cutter, hoist, fan, scales. Apply C. LaTenne. Box 127, Bow island. 8 EXPERT WATCH REPAIRS. Prompt service. Leave at Art Signs. 710-Srd Ave. S. 463 Loans LOANS On selected citv property. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. 1956 New Record In Liquor Profits EDMONTON. May of ihe Alberta liqaor control board for nine months of the fiscal year Dec. 31 reached Grain Livestock-Stocks WINNIPEG. GEAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS (By Jaxaes of permits taken oat in the similar amounted vToal 1 ia So as com an aol-tSsne ia tbe history of tbe province. The figure was released in a re- oort ty C. K. HueJcvale, provincial auditor. Final details of the is-i I teriaj financial statement ia respect j Quotation: May Prer. Opea Hlxh Loir Close Close Close 5114 pared with in April. 1945; an Increase of The increase is a part of the permit value ixxxsi that has pre- vailed throughout the year to per- s tiiiaiituii in j 4 1946. to overall provincial operations are; .'.................262 pot completely due to debt 383 149-i 20 M6 14JH 203-i 211V 306', 1W MARKET TRENDS Value of permits taken out during ing activities. This was the first tune that profits of the liquor biisisess conducted by the province had exceeded ihe 000.000 for a aine-aaonth period. Profit in the corresponding: period Dec. January. February. March and i the previous year was Apnl of 1946 is compar- Daring the nine months, the liquor ed with taken out during the equivalent period in 1945: an increase of 8393546.00. The increase in permit values so far this year ex- ceeds the total value of pencils taken out, during the same months last year. 35 Resident Building parmits having a total worth of were taken out for 35 modem residences during the month, and in addition, a permit for oae semi-modem residence was taken out to the value of S2.000. A duplex residence required a permit for while worth of perfclts were for five residential garages. On top of that, permits valued at S12-50Q were taken out for two work- shops, and one permit carrying a value of was taken out for board profits i GRAIN PRICES Winnipeir Grain prices WINNIPEG, May CANADIAN STOCKS 23S 45'4 an office building. Permits valued at were taken out for residential repairs and additions, and permits worth an additional were taken out for commercial repairs and addi- tions. Building permits for residences, taken out at the city hall since April 25, when the list up to that time was published, Included the following, with the value of the structure and the addresses listed: Steve Spisak. S2.000, irrigated area: W. M- Everts, S5.5GO, 829 Ninth Street South: Gilbert Maggs. 3Q4-12lh Street C North: Maud Lowe. 914 Seventh Street South: Mary 621-16th Street South. United States interests boosted aU c. sugar ootioas the five cent. Ifeii except can. Locoaiouve I the July which closed cents can. Brewing higher at 255 asied. May Stashed; can. car........13 at 23S bid. October at bsdiran. CeJanese...... 65 and December as 202ri bid. find. Alcohol........ 13 A moderate export buslr-ess was- c. P. R........... recorded with the Cnited Xicgdota taking 660.000 bushels of CASH PRICES OATS Ail erades at 51 H. 1 C.W. 291; 2 C.W. 291: 3 C.W. 283: Rej. 2 C.W. 258; 4 273: track 288. Screenings a :o2. Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO. May sharp Can. Vickers Schacht Condemns Hermann Goering By NOLAND NOROAAaP NUERNBERG. May Hjalmar Schacht's evaluation of Hermann Goering: as an -immoral criminal type" whose "greed knew no was read into the record of ihe international military trib- unal today. Goering listened wiih an air of incredulitv while the United States prosecutor. Justice Robert H. Jack- advance ia the May rye contract Ford A son. read a statement which Scha- i sera that future into all :ime high Pjraser.......... chs had mace to interrogators about f territory for any rye delivery on Galiaeau.......... the former reichsmarsna-. 1 She Board of Trade today With} Gypsum Goering shook his head resiened- previous short sellers rusaing to 1 Ham. Bridge WALL STREET The (Jetted States CM! eriifa _.. _.. and threatened railwaj 138S 3027s received tbe principal I today for xMtber taexitw the stock market. While ines turned slactieh, after a lalrVr active fractions to tuo axre {Mints were im virt- taa% all departments TORONTO aU- rouna Mne marked Toronto stock exchange trade todav and all net- ted snoderate index Tarn- ofrr lor the I 25 13 J 350 Can. W. Luaaber Cockshutt I3l; Cons. Paper 2IH Cons. Smelters Disc Corp.-Seagraai Docs. Bndge Dom. Steei "3" Dote. Tar Dom. Test. Fanny Fanner 120 41 16 26 105': 27 68 17-i 20 3V-4 35o 18V i 95 113 41 26 105 67 19'-: MOXTRCAL STOCKS Prices tumbled ZTerage to- day in trading np tbe final hour on the stock exchange and curb market. LOOMS mostly fractional. ly and tapped his forehead with forefinger. Spectators were convulsed laughter as Schachc. former financial wizard, sparred with Jus NEW YORK STOCKS (3y James Richardson ssA Sons) 1 Opening quotations: Anaconda, Atcisison, 107; Chrysler. Curtiss Wright. Gen. Blectrie. GCIL Motors, 72; Kennecott, ;5SU; Monrv-Ward. 96; N.Y. Cea- 2S--3; Hepubiic Steel. 'Hears. 47 S: Socony S.O.N.J.. United Aircraft, U.S. Steel, West. Elec, 341..: Willys Overlaid 23H. Total sales. shares. Roofing CHAKLTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 259S. 1687 ROOFING, Sidins and Insulation. Eeg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550. 1393 Sewing Machines WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 2243. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 921 Sewing Service S20 Farm Lighting 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. _____ AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 305-lOth St. S. Phone 3848 or 3758. _________ 1720 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- -en, vcith or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7O1 Ave. S. Phone 4660. 831 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors-Laid, Sanded and Finished. Ail Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. AH work guaranteed. 1055 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of town business.. 90 furniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6th St. S. 430 Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Expert cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for every occasion. NEW YORK FUR DKESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." Avenue S. Phone 3275. 750 General Repairs LAWNMOWERS and SAWS sharp- ened. Surveying and Farm Levels repaired. Locksmith. Gunsmith. Union Repair Shop 1233-3rd Ave. S. 1007 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland Bldg. 125 BUTTON-HOLES. Work guaranteed Mrs. R. Harris. 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. S3 Shoe Repairs STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Recairs Shop 7l4-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. 951 Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. 1336 Time Sheets GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEFT. Phoae 3203. 485 Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigatiiig. All work guaranteed. 40S-5th St. S. Phone 3470. 1126 Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Electric Ltd, Phone 3637. 252 Vulcanizing TRACTOR, Truck Car Tire Val- canmng. splicing. "Guaranteed. Line belt New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1870 Tire Renairs and Vulcanizing of all Kinds. Belt SpHcing. "A Complete Tire Service." J. A. JARDIXE-S ORE SUPPLY 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1655 MONEY TALKS And, at 27c a month for a loan, you can make It tslk your take advantage of tle vour for take the discounts. All we need to knew is that your purpose is sound and that you are ia position to repay. Endorsers are not necessarily required. See the manager or accountant of your nearest B of M branch. 2Tc a month for a S100 loan repayable in 12 monthly instalments (cqnal 1o Ji of Ifc interest per month) NO OTHER CHARGES Yoa repay by Monthly Instalments Cash 69 12 18 24 yon pay- pay- pay- pay- pay- get m'ts m''ts m'ts m'ts mts Including: f 8.48'-S 75j 12.72J 8.54i 1001 1C.96I 11-39 150) 25.44J 17.08 500! 'si.'iS] 5854! 43.02; asiloTza J4 750127.19! 85.42! 64.53] 43.65! 3350 86.04J 58.19: 44.27 6.451 8.60: 12-SO.S 8.73i 2S.81i------- Larger loans.at proportionate cost If vou have Victory Bonds, or life insurance policy of suffic- ient cash surrender value, you can at even lower inter- est rates. BANK OF MONTREAL CIS Investments INVEST Your surplus funds in high class first'mortgages. Ask us BOWMAN' AGENCY Acadia Block. 195 Investments Wanted PARTY with twenty-two thousand, five hundred wants to in- vest in sound proposition. (Silent partnership desired} with reason- able returns guaranteed. Answers treated Herald. confidentially. Box 1C 137 Aviation KEPLER AVIATION CHARTER sightseeing trips. Sly- ing School, Piper Cub Sales, Ser- vice. Phone 4338; night 2410; Ken- yon Field. _____________1417 Contracts CONTRACT concrete and spray painting; brush work. City and country. No job too large or small. Reliable, efficient work. Apply Millard, Giroux Co. Room 34, Garden Hotel, Lelhbridge. 1860 and Carpenter Work. Lethbridje Woodworking Co. Phone 3568. 131 Summer Resorts Insulating and Roofing We specialize in applying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles' to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year round. Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2853. 181 Motors, Electric Fully equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. ALL WORK CAREFCLLT DONE" J. S. Brown, care Brown's Musical __________Supplies, City.______1571 LEN BRUCHET Painting. Paper- hanging. 329-lIth St. S. Phone 3706. 251 Veterinary Surgeons DR. J C. CARNEY 904-2nd Ave. S. Phone 4150. 1647 Wheel Aligning Short Stop Service Station Brake Service, 4th Ave_-8th St. Phone 4157. 560 Watch Repairs Expert and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaldalc. 1572 Welding Phone 3SS3 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service, Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S. 1251 We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue, Phone 2544 1590 NOW OPEN Waterton Lakes Hotel arid Chalets. And Balinacor Coffee Shop. Phone Albert Roper, Manager, for Reservations. Phona 12, Waterton Lakes. 1484 Radio Service tice Jackson and gave him a lee- j one cent higher, wheat, com. barley Laura secord ture on certain banking methods-and deferred rye deiiveiies were Massey Harra; ,______ Harris Pfd. 30 CASH PRICES IMcCofi. Front....... 25 "EGOCENTRIC BEING" I No. 2 red and hard. 1.82 Minn, and Ont. his assessment of Goering. I nominal, ceiling. Mitchell Robert ture on certain backing _______. "for your enlightment and instruc- j unchanged at cfVings. Belsen Camp Is Becoming Normal MONTREAL. May F. Deeks of Winnipeg, welfare officer a; Belsen concentration camp im- mediately following the, defeat, of j Germanv. said yesterday upon ar- rival here -with a St. John Ambu- lance brigade contingent from. Hal- ifax, that, occupants of the notori- ous prison were gradually returning to normal. Miss Deeks and Miss P. Gibb, also of Winnipeg-, had been in the United Kingdom and on the conti- nent for more" than two years. Miss Deeks said many of the old horror caiap buildings cad been razed to the ground. She added that the sight of starved internees, torture weaDons. furnaces and mass graves "was" one that she would never forget. given interrogators last year, Scha- i 2 yeiiow. 1.19 nominal, Montreal Power cht described his old enemy as the: ceiling. v" "most egocentric being irnagin-! No oats, able." I Maiung 1.25 to of political power' nominaL was for him. onlr a means of per- j ____ FUTURES CLOSE scnal the statement. WHEAT Juiy 1.S31-: said. "He knew no comradeship. 11.83--: Dec. May He was friendly only so long as it j was useful to him. July j Nat. Brew Nat. Steel Car 1.43 S Oeilvie Flocr Powell River Price Bros....... Law. Corp. "A" Shawinigan. Sick's Brew Sept. tl94u. 22 49 34 69 32'i 19 N 20U 24 Sj 23 48 32-- 63 20 Railroads, 6339, off 0.81. 15 Utilities. 42.88. off TORONTO MINES C3y James Richardson asd Sons) Open Close 100 IQO 540 Aunor Bagamac Seattle 59? 59 s Old Mr. Toad's Suspense Unfortunate is he" -whose fate It is to wait and vrait and wait. Mr. Toad. Hop. hop. hippety-hop, hop. hop. hippety-hop went Old Mr. Toad. He was doing himself proud. Yes, sir, he was doing himself proud. Never had he hopped faster, not even in his younger days. It wasn't what most folks call fast, but it was fast for him. Old" Mr. Toad isn't built for speed. He can't run; he must hop. And his longest hop would make his cousin. Grand- father Frog, laugh. But he "His -cnowtedge in all fields was i Sept. 1.21 to zero esueciaUy in econ-! 83; Juiy 33; Sept. Dec. S2S to ri. The statement said that 8. wo- 2.73S; July 1.43Vi: man once told Schacht that Goer- Sept. 1.4SH; Dec 1.48's apnearsd before guests at his home "clad in a. Roman toga with jeweled sandais and with his "face painted and lips rouged." saved manv, many lives. So sol- diers dug In for safety. Many of the Green Meadow folk have known the friendliness of the gcod earth since "wav back in the time when the world was young." Digging in for safetv has been done ever since. Johnny Chuck digs in. arid fast. Digger the Badger digs in even faster. You should see Miner the iloie dig in. And Old Mr. Tcad is a digger-in. Yes, sir, he is so. Now he was looking 'or a. place a> die in. He wanted to be dug ia before Jimmy Skunk should come looking for him. So far, he hadn't found just the kind of a place he wanted. Tired, out of breath, he stopped to rest. Ke had to. That Dog was still barkine. More than once Flip had barked at Old Mr. Toad, annoying him. That barking didn't annoV him now. No indeed! As long as he could hear that barking BARLEY May July Sept. 1J26S: Dec. LIVESTOCK Calgary Livestock CALGARY. May mariet closing steady for quality oSered. No choice cattle on offer. Thursday's receipts: 389 cattle, 14 calves, 579 hogs, 31 sheep. This morning's receipts: 50 cattle, 34 hogs. Eogs sold Thursday at S18.SO for Sows S12-60. Good butcher steers S11.25 -to V.S. RAILWAY SERVICE CUT BY COAL STRIKE Bid. Kirk i Braiorne j Central pat- j Con. West 2xpL Chesterrtiie 545 32 126 104 30 23S 130 155 32 128 104 30 WASHINGTON, May office of defence transportation has ordered a general embargo on railroad freight shipments and a 25 per cent reduction in passenger ser- vice bv coal-burning loeomo- tires. effective May 10, as a result of the coal strike. i Cosh, wmans...... 405 East Malartic...... 210 Palconbridge 520 Frobisher........ 440 God's Lake........ S3 Giant YeilowiaiTe-... 715 Harricana........ 25 Hardrock........ 35 Hasaga.......... 130 Hcllinger........ I5ai FISHERS OF MEN- LONDON. May Clergymen in northern Norway lit- erally have become "Sshers of men" in accordance -with Christ's injunc- tion, the British council of churches committee for Christian reconstruc- Hudson Bay Kerr Adcison...... Kirk. Lake........ Lamaque........ Liule Long-Lac Macassa _ McLeod-Cock...... Madsen R. L....... Malartic G. F. 45 238 127 196 405 207 530 450 oa 715 26 85 175 15 fi 45 day. Norwegian clergy members Good to choice: butcher j have converted a fishing boat into i w- -p. i heifers S10.50 to S11.50. Good cows S9 to S9.50. Canners and cutters to Good bulls S9.25 to S9.75. Good to choice veal calves S11.50 to Good stocker and feeder steers to No lainhs sold. Winnipeg- Livestock a Seating church to bring the gos- pel to isolated island villages. Negus Koranca O'Brien PRODUCE MORE FLOUR OTTAWA, May flour inilis produced more wheat i Hoar in March than in any month since 1920. the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported yesterday. Pro- Crow he would be safe from Jimmy i up in sight. Skunk and he knew it. After a j Cattle receipts 150: steers up to very short rest he went on, hop, 11.050 Ibs.: choice to SI2.50: hop. hippety-hop. Just as he came to an old board that had been lying on the ground to heifers, choice" May duction reached 2.392.927 barrels was it light trade oc the livestock i compared with ia Pebru- markes today with prices wincing arr and 2.1S0.7C6 in March, 1345. up fully steady and a good clean- s Pioneer 217 775 243 3SO 270 4DO SO 59 128 SS 68 240 30 155 75 370 625 INCREASE T.C.A. FLIGHTS ACROSS ATLANTIC MONTREAL. May big eood S11.50 to S12; steers over sflver Lancaster rook off froni Dor- Ibs.: choice to 512.75; good for a long time there was silence behind him. No longer was that axcited barking heard. Perhaps to Sll.75: good S10 to fed calves, choice to S12.50: good to cows, good to AWi. ii i_isJV- j.i, was time to dig in-if he was go- j ing to. doing his best and more than that no one can do. Behind him he could hear Flip the Terrier barking at Jimmy Skunk. Flip was barking threats that he didn't mean at all. iie was bluffing, 'pretending that he was going to attack Jimmy, know- ing all the time that he didn't to. but hoping that Jimmy know it. Jimmy did know wasn't the teeniest weenii afraid, but he was annoyed. Ke must keep that noisy Dog at a re- spectful distance, must call his .__i_._ __ bluff as they say when one dares j his front feet as _ a boaster to do what he is afraid to j Johnny Chuck VW -fii-it f fcV "31.Vt Old Mr. Toad understood just i bulls, good 59.50 to S10.50; stocker what it meant, that Flip had be- j and feeder steers, good 33.75 to Sll. come tired of barkine and had de- j Calves 50: gcod and choice veal TSfr-HTtT- C t 1- 1 ft TH" f" i J. _ 1 Eft grade B-l dressed sd that Jimmy Skunk couldn't I to S14.50. bluffed, so had gone off to look Hogs 160; g ciced for excitement somewhera else. It j to S18.40. Sheep nil: trade not established. Chicago Livestock val airport yesterday to inaugurate Trans-Canada AirMnes' fifth week- Iv trans-Atlantic flight. Sastbound flights from Moavreal now are scheduled daily except, Sundays and _____._________ Tuesdays. Westbound nights from! Upper Can. Prestwick. Scotland, will be made Ventures daily exceps Tuesdays and Thurs- days. Powell Houyn...... 113 Premier Gold...... 213 Preston E. D.......' 255 Quemont........ IS San Anroaio...... 530 Sen. Rcuyn .....105 Sherritt Gordon 205 35 Sladen MaL...... 65 Teck Hughes...... 450 Trans-Continental 113 Thomp. Lund...... 7-4 257 12 208 775 245 405 265 405 23- 90 250 39 155 77 370 615 120 218 240- 15-4 540 103 200 84 85 450 117 '257 12 CANADA AID TO U.N.R.R_A. COMPLETED OTTAWA. Mav Canada. Amulet..... 455 Total sales 1.714.000 shares. TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials. 201.57; down i.45. Golds. 125.87: down US- King informed the commons yes- Mr. Toad wasted no time. He be- i to S17; best heifers 65- gan to dig in at once and he kept j most beef cows to Sll30 with right on digging. He didn't use canners and cutters at S7 to Digger the Badger strictly good heavy beef bulis at 314 ;ck and Miner the I do-cm: vealer-; 316 anri rinwm t iole would have done in his place. foreot Old Mr. Toad. If he didn't w.> iHfV. his hir.d VPS. forgot Old Mr. Toad. If he didn't forget him perhaps he thought that Old Mr. Toad couldn't get far before there would be a chance to look for him. It is curious how differently sev- eral folks can feel at the same time. He cag with his nind feet. Tees, good and choice shorn kinds 57.25 sir. that is the way ne aug. He un- anlj dermlned himself as it were. He kept settling into the ground lower j and lower as !f something under j J3.1iJlOUSC IS him was pulling hira down. Then he disappeared wholly, the sand (Copyright, 1946. by T. W. The next story: "Chance Inter- feres Again." Flip was excited and enjoying it. j failing in over him. "He had dag i Jimmv Skunk, was annoyed and re- j there was no telltale hole sentful. Old Mr. Toad was piajn! to show where. He stooped dig- scared, and hopping away for his j gjnjr SI3d waited. Would Jimmy life. Sfcunk find where he was and die Hop. hop. hippety-hop! Old Mr.; jj5ra out? The suspense was dread- Toad was getting tired. He was 1 getting a little short, of breath. Al- though he had hopped what for him was a long distance he knew that, to Jimmv Skunk it wouldn't be far at all should Jimmy come looking for him. "I must get out of sight, thought Old "I must hide. And I must do it before Jimmy Skunk comes looking for me. I must so." I; required a world war to teacn men to find safety in the friendly earth So wherever they fought on la'r.d they dug holes in which Uiry could Ise and find protection. Thsy were called foxholes', and they DEATHS YESTERDAY j FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Reoalrs to all mafess of Radios and small electrical appliances. Above Capitol Furniture acre. Phofie 2787. S72 Washer ;i Expert Serrlee to all makes 1 Washers and Small Gas Engines. Full line ol Beatty parts in stock. Order direct from us. Twenty-four hour service. WASHER SALES SERVICE 409-5th St. S, Lethbridge A. G. Holmes. 1342 fBy The Canadian Pres.O j NSW' Simon FJwcner. 83. director emeritus of the Rocfce- Institute for Medical Re- j and world-renowned for his] studies of meningitis. ir.ranUlej paralvsis and dysentery- Wallace. 97. caruns a dean of the presbytery of the Prss- j teg Henhouse Now PORT ST. JOHN. B.C.; May 3 has stolen the with oars and the former United States army base at Fort Alcan. near here. The thieves apparently dis- covered the stout appearance of the prison had fooled manv a prisoner, for It was nothing but clay and paper patatcd to loofc like iron. Built, to accommodate 5.000 troops during the construction of the Alaska highway, the fort has been the of much pil- fering since it was abandoned by the Americans atnd laken, over by the Canadian govern- ment. At pilfering was con- fined to buildings off the main road, but latelv needy settlers have become bolder and are carting away doors and pliunb- terday. Canada's contributions amounted to S and the United Kingdom's S624.650.000. NEGOTIATE WAGES IN STEEL INDUSTRY TORONTO. May Wage negotiations between the United Steelworkers of America. (C.C.L.- j CiO.j and Canada's three large i basic steel Steel; Company of Canada. iiamiiion. i Oat.: the Algoms Steel Corporation. Saalte Ste. Marie. Or.t.. and the Do- minica Steel and Coal Corporation. Sydaev. getting under way. "it was announced at ucicn headquarters. LOS ANCELHS. May Public transportation in this wide- spread metropolis was paralyzed earlv today when approximately 4.000 motonaen. conductors, bus drivers aad inauitenaace men went on strike for higher wages. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS byterian Church. COAST HIGHWAY OTTAWA, May John Hart of British Oolumixa said here he booed to go to Montreal after the Dominion-provincial con- j fercnce to discuss the matter of re- j for the upkeep WILL STOP FOR SHAVE WITH MUSKOX MOVING FORCE, May priz- ed beards adorning Muskox inea Ecust be shaved before the sched- uled arrival of the force in Edmon- ton Sunday. Kings regulation sal's that a soldier can- no; grow a beard. The protective i growth wiU have to come o" be- fore the adventurers reach civiliza- j tion. Lt.-Col. P. D. Saird. Muskox commander, sporting a tawry skjn- covenng. expects the expedition will make a stop at Alhabaska to rest and clean shav- ing. ____________________ ALLEGED MURDERER GIVEN REMAND WINNIPEG-. May for La-..Tence Deacon. 34. charged with the murder of taxi-ilnver Jo- hann Johnson M_arch stated n-.' court here yesterday that are Deacon, picking hair; ELIZABETH from his head and anus, while Dea- ATTENDS O.C. RACES icon violently protests." _____ i Crown Prosecutor O. M. M. Ka5. NEXVMARKST. EngLind. May 3.'. "this court Is no; the place to HAY PRICES (Bailed Hay) Alfalfa .................S15 to Timothy................SIS to S17 Prairie hay ...................S13 lAU prices to the trade an boarti cars Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES CHURNING CREAM ......................50c s. 1 ........................48c (F.O.B. Lethbridge. This price in- 10 cents per ib. As for the jailhousc n's nc-w a henhouse, while the iron bars have been fashioned into horse- shoes. A large A p-ollfil. B C....... EGG PRICES .....................30c l ....................2So ......................22c ?Sc YOU MAY CALL 3232, BERT MAC'S, 31o-7th St. S. With confidence. Where they build up the per- formance of your the charges. 336 BORROW AT REDUCED 8ATtS WITH UTI MSVBAMCt FROM FEW STRIKES IN the co'.crs earned to tory bv Kmgstonc. winner of the March Stakes. The Princess ____ CAR WEALING ENOEU NEW ZEALAND through the crowded padcocS to 1 VANCOUVER. May