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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Accountants H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Aeadla Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043._______1933 Air Conditioning FEEEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modem, air- conditioning. See our floor display 1329 CHARLTON Jt IIILL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. 1823 Auto Wreckers MCLAUGHLIN Garaje ano Auto Wreckers. Corner of 4th Ave. and 3rd St. Phone 2918.___________ 10 Beauty Parlors CALX. WBSTBROOK'S BEAUTY PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 607 Baby Buggy BABY BUGGY wheels retired, re- paired and trued. Seiice while you. wait. BERT A MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 381 Bicycle Repairs Insulating and Roofinff We specialize !a applying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or neir. Ex- perienced creiss on the job the year round. Western Home ImproTement Ce. Stafford Block. Phone 2553. 181 Mimeographing ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE J. S. care Bro'ana's Musical __________Supplies, City.______1671 LEX BKUCUET Painting, Paper- hanging. 323-llth S'_ S- Phone 3705. 254 ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modem Eq-jiprceni. Phone 2469. 1795 Room and Board by Gene Ahem I ASKED COUSIN KOBiM THE IDENTITY OF THE CHAR.VJWG VISITOR. THETAREASAUKE UP, SEE IF THSRS5 A, LOOKS AND YEARS ITS ENOUGH INKERS SHAKESPEAREAN ECONOMIC COUNCIL Grain Livestock-Stocks OTTAWA. May Health Minister Claxton has been named Canadian stem- her of the economic and so- cial council of the United 4 Nations -which will hold its second session in New York May 25. Justice Minister Laurent, acting minister of external affairs, announced today, Dr. W. A. Mackintosh, di- rector-general cf the re- search branch of the recon- siruciion department. WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS Olr Janes Richardson Ltd.) OATS- May May May July Oct Frer. Open Low Close Close Close 5154 MARKET TRENDS "53 210 207% 210 263 268 155 J 252Ti 134% 131H serve as alternate member. GRAIN PRICES CLAIMS EVACUATION OF CAIRO WELLINGTON BROS, The Decor-! AND ALEXANDRIA HAS BEGUN FIRTH BROS. Spray Painting and Painting. Quick Estimates Given on Roofs, Stucco Kcsjtes, Farm Buildings. Phone 3731. 715-17th St. N. Plumbing Gas Fitting BRING YOUR BICYCLE to tho best equipped shop in the south. Parts and "accessories for all makes American. English, earned in stock. BEKT -t MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 382 FRED a speciality. 6M-6U1 St. S. Phone 2735'. 1331 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and Generil Woodworking. I.ETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-6th Ave. South. Phone 3568. ______844 STORE AKD household and children's furniture and toys made, refinished or re- paired. Kic-Xac Shop, 416A-3rct St. South. Phone 3558.___________102 Cemetery Memorials Imnorters of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WOKKS Phone 3920. H. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors NEW IAWXS Ail necessary material on hand; fullv modern equipment; also lawn, mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. 1225 BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077 ____________ 322 Cleaning Service For Spring Cleaning, call your Full- er Brush Man. Phone 4241. 213 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. nr DAIRY BLTLDING PHONE 263 Electrical Contractors ALI. T5TPSS of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. HcKea- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7Eh Ave. South. US REEER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. v 1696 Electrical Appliances EUREKA "Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow Bird'' Refrigerators and Washing Machines; Farm. Lighting Plants; [Fluorescent Gerrnicidal Lighting Appliances of all tvses. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4650. 150 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven ar wind driven, with or without batteries ATTTOMCTTVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3843 or 37o8. 1720 Farm Lighting 110 and 32 volt engine or wind drlv- jn. with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7ta Ave. S. Phone 4660. 831 Floor Sanding Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4tii Ave. U. 1952 Radio Repairs Barrett's EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE REPAIRS- ALL PARTS .AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED CLARKE ELK. PHONS 4554. 1626 KEPLER'S GUARANTESD REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4238. 1178 PHONE 3232 BER.T MAC'S Where they build up the performance of vour the Charges. 315-7th St. S. Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-ilcCORD Radia'tor Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original eauipment cores. 114-Sth St. S. Phoris 4121. 1583 ROY'S RADLATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on out-of-town work. Roy Kemp, 327-3rd St. S, Ptione! 2685. 1522 CAIRO, May Minister Ismail Sidky Pasha- said today he had been informed officially by the British delegation to the Anglo-Egyptian treaty talks that evacuation of Cairo and Alexandria has begun. Sidky Pasha, told the senate Monday that British troops had begun evacuating- barracks in EgyP1- A team of British and Egyptian military advisers now is visiting military installations in Egypt estimate the time needed for com- plete evacuation. They will be joined by members of the British delegation now negotiating with Egypt for a revised Ansio-E treaty. Alexander Makes Quiet Flight Into U.S.. Lauds Great Co-Operation OTTAWA. May governor-general. Viscount Alex- ander, disclosed here todav that he has made a quiet flight over the United States border for his firs; glimpse of that country. In a speech at a Canadian Club luncheon, the British field marshal discussed the need for continuing the co-operalion of war into the psace and he cited Canadian- United States co-oneration. as a shining example. "A few days the governor said, "I look an airplane and made a 'chukker" round Ottawa which took me to Kingston and the American border. Never having I should have been very careful whose frontier I crossed "for the good reason thai I don't like risk- ing being shot at or shot down. What a Difference here: u-hv, when as we flew over those lovelv (Thous- and) islands in the river and I ask- ed my pilot to point out to .me where the border began, he had to consult his don't blame him. "If we had been in Qirope the frontier would have clearly visible and marked by the liae of its fortifications, fortresses, barbed wire and what not. Yet. in that short flight what struck me most was the bridge at Ivy Lea. grand. P.C. Amendment On Citizenship Out of Order OTTAWA. May The commons voted 125-38 to up- liold Speaker G-ispard Fauteux' decision in ruling out of order a Prosressiir Conservative amenct- mciit to a motion (or third read- ing of the Canadian Citizenship BiiL The amendment, moved by John Diefenbaker (P.C.. Lake would have inserted into the bill a definite commit- ment that a committee will be set up to draft a. Canadian bill of Progressive Cons ervative and M. J. Coldweli. C.C.F. leader, arytied the bill was in order while government supporters said it was out of order. Dr. Fauteux ruled the ment was irrelevent to the citir- enshin bill. A bUI of rights was so important that it should be the subject of special legislition. C.C.F. members, scmr Social Crediters and Independents with the savfroment in upholding the decis- ion. j....... good and choice barrows i and stilts, S14.35; sow Winnipeg Grain Ca'.ile 2.700; calves 500; acst i "WINNIPEG. May steers to strictly I futures developed an easier :one in choice steer top late trading on the Winnipt? gram" yearling and exchange today arid posted a S16JE3: most beef co-ars S9.50! ing range of Sve cents so cents to heavy beef bulls u> S14.5Q: a bushel lower. After showing cosuiderable vealers mostly dosra. Medium I shorn Iambs with strength earlier, all options slumped No. 1 skins scattered luring the' CANADIAN STOCKS I isson on a Rsciargsojj ace near mid-session when fair credited to UniiM States inserests, entered the market. A flurry of trading duri last tour finished the sess: moderately active basis. May finished a: 263 asked. Ah'-ihi at 247-J, asiwd, Octsber at j j> io anc uecemcer at jjp" asked. Exporters reported sale of'. approximately 800.000 bushels of o-.! fresh shorn to No. 3 skins Open Close I Co 008 26-i i 208 i MOVTKEAL STOCKS: the ascwyJaaiey orer fains in trading; an the final today on the sUek ex- change ami curb market for third successive Aar of erallr easier teadeaciec. TORONTO STOCKS: Strength in liquvr, sted and aiilitT more than oft-set the weakness of senior oil, paper and miscellaneous groups in to- day's exchange market and the group had a small margin at >he close. Mintn? sroapc were down narrowly at the finish and western oils showed no net rhaage. Total ruraorer was around shares. WAIX STREET STOCKS: motors, oils, utilities and assorted special issues today led the stock market oa a quiet re- covery shift. remainder. j CASH PRICES grades unchanged a: IS. C.W. 263. Screenings seen America before I could nos strong and. simple in "its structure, resist the temptation of paying but grander still because it is sym- them a visit, and my resoects. j belie of the link connecting "two "Now if I had been, in Europe greai friendly nations." REFUSES REVIEW CASE LONDON. May Cable.) Secretary J. Chuter Ede told the house of commons today he unable io find any grounds for reviewing the 10-year sentence im- posed May 1 on Dr. Alan Nuna May for disclosing atomic secrets to agents of a foreign, power. FIRE IN CHEMICAL PLANT SOUTH RJV3R. Ont. May 16.- Refrigeration REFRIGESATION Sales Service. I. E. Jones. Ptone 4555. lS05-7th Ave. S., iethbridge. 194 Re-Treading Re-capping and He-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND ATJTO WRECKERS-. Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 RETREADING, BECAPPEJG AND "The Most Modem and Best Equip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JAEDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South, phone 3580. 1557 Roofing CHARLTON HILI. 304-9ta St. S Phone 2599. 1687 ROOFING. Sidinff and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Rex Duce, Phone 4550 139S Repairs 24 Hour Service on All Makes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag Sales and Service. 317-Sth Street South. Phone 4456. 39S Sewing Machines FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED i LORNE LONG. PHONE 3569. We welcome out of town business. 90 FLOOR SPECIALIST floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON 3ld Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 37-14U1 St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Way. phone 3319. 308-7th Ave, A S. All guaranteed. 1055 WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Worfe guaranteed. Singer Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 921 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Prompt sen-ice. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243._____ S20 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland 12S j explosion followed fierce nre destroyed three build- ings of the Standard Chemical Company plans in this North Bay district; municipality early todav. Damage was estimated at and the blast blew sheets of corru- gated iron, blaizag charcoal and other debris high ia the air. KILLED UNDER ROLLER TJNIONvTLiS. Ont., May Kempson, 41, "Toronto, was killed yesterday whea a horse- drawn one-ton roller passed over his body as be finished rolling a field. Keinpson. a hired helper in this nearby Toronto communitv. attempting to turn his team of horses when :he horses became ex- cited and bolted. SENTENCE CUT LONDON, May Cable.) Cmdr. John Strachey. par- liamentary under-secretary of state. for air. said in a written reply to j a house of commons question that the sentence of AC- Norris Cymbal- FOOD STOCKS LOW LONDON, May Britain's food stocks have so sunk that they ro longer can be depleted to help Europe ivithout imperilling Rail Operators Reject Wage Boost Proposal WASHINGTON. May Union renresentatives announced today that the railroad operators had rejected a modified union wage- increase proposal. They said both sides would report to President; Truman today they were unable to agree. A. P. Whitney, president of the Brotherhood of Bailroad Trainmen, said the country-wide railroad strike of engineers and trainmen, still is set for 4 pjn.. C.D.T., Saturday. Mr. Whitney and Alvanley John- ston, head of the engineers' hood. told reporters they offered a. modified proposal for a minimum increase of 18 per cent or S1.44 a day as compared with their original demand of S2.50 a day. Mr. Whitney said the operators' representatives would offer nothing 25 18 Can. Malt Can. Brewing I Can. S.S- Can. Car {Can. Ceisnese i Ind. Alcohol [C.P.R......... 30 Chicago Grain Prices j Can. W. Lumber 3'-i CHICAGO, May Cons. -n ace ofierings were uncovered in new Cora. Smelters" wheat contracts today when prices; Dlst, Ccrp.-Ssagraii jumped five cents to ceiling levels.; Dom. "42 The March delivery sold at one time Steej -B" below its maximum but the price' Tar 36 then immediately returned to Farmer ceiling. Both new and old NEW YORK STOCKS 'By James Richardson acd Sou) 34 _Anaconda 4514; 3ech. IDS 3 21 Socony Vac. J j 76H: Texas Corp. Uniwd Air- craft 2SS; CJS. Steel V.'est. EZec. Total sales 610.000 shares. tract oats futures fractionally Ford "A" Fraser Gatineai] u the nation's health and efficiencr, I more than the z day recom- Food iiinistsr Sir Ben Smith de- clared in the house of commons on Wednesdav. BY-ELECTION IX JUNE QTJHBEC. May Premier Buplessis has announced a pro- vincial by-election will be held in Compton. in the eastern July 3, with nominations taken "on June 26. The seat was left vacant; through, the death last autumn of J. W. Duffy, Liberal. LEGAL NOTICES TENDERS VTLCAN AND DISTRICT MEM- ORIAL SWIMMING POOL SEALED TENDERS are invited for the construction of a swimming pool in, the Town of Vulcan. Tenders to be addressed to ilr. M. D. Mclntyre. President Vulcan Lions Club. Box 422, Vulcan. Alta.' Tenders will be received up until 5 pan, on the 24th day of May. Plans and specifications may be obtained at the office of the En- gineers Davis. Ripley and Associates of 21S-7th Ave. W., Calgary. State earliest date on which pro- mended by a presidential fact- finding board. TRUMAN ASKS ARBITRATION WASHINGTON, May Truman announced today he had asked John L. Lewis and the coal operators to submit their deadlocked con- tract negotiations to arbitra- tion. Mr. Lewis and Charles O'Neill, official spokesman for the oper- ators, wiU give their decision to Mr. Truman at p.m. E.D.T. Mr. Truman announced his proposal to a hurriedly sum- moned press conference. He said Mr. tewis and Mr. O'Neill both had agreed that their own efforts to settle the coal con- troversy had collapsed. The collision of Mr. Lewis and Mr- O'Neill over the min- demand for a welfare fund caused the collapse of direct negotiations between the two. lower. ___ May rye again dropped five cents Gypsum........___ 16 on further weakness in the cashjHam. Bridge........ 9H market. {Hiram Walker........ 142 At she close new wnea; contracts j Howard Smith five cents higher, August i Imperial Oil......... 14-X new oats contracts were un- Imp. Tobacco......... changed to I'-i lower. August Int. Nickel.......... 42 to S. while old contracts were un- Inu Pete............. 19 changed to lower. September Lake of Woods ______ 36 82is. May rye finished at. Laura Secord 21 off flve cents. Massey Harris CASH PRICES Massey Harris PfdL 29% 2 red and hard 197 i McColi Front. 24H 12! 42 13 25 19-. ie 9% 151 nominal, ceiling. 2 yellow 144 nominal, ceiling. 2 grades 85 to 92 nom- inal, ceiling. 134 to nominal. _____ CLOSE FUTURES contracts) August 198V> November ISSVi: May (Old contracts) July 183 Septem- ber 183H: December May (1947) contracts) January (1S47) 1631-; March (1947) (old contracts) May 121 Vi; July 121 September 121 i contracts) August to November to Minn, and Ont. Mitchell Robert Montreal Power Nat Brow........... Nat- Steel Car 28 Ogilvie Flour 33'i Page Hersey......... 34 Shawinigan......... 25 Sic's's Brew. 55 Westcns Ltd......... 33 Wpg. Slec. 18S 36 IB-k 29 24-- 26 Vi 31 Wpg. ......100 28 33% 34 25 55 33 100 TORONTO MINES (By James Richardson and Sons) Onen Close I DOW JONES AVERAGES j Dow Jones averages a; 1 j 30 Industrials 205.74 up .57'. 20 Railroads 54.05 up JTT. 15 Utilities 42.72 off .01. Commissioner To Australia Named OTTAWA, May Rive, an official of the external af- fairs department, has been appoint- ed Canadian. High Commissioner to New Zealand. Justice Minister Laurent, acting minister of external affairs, announced today. Se suc- ceeds W. A. Ridden who Is going on leave of absence before retirement from public life. Mr. Rive, an external affairs of- ficer since 1930. was on the staff of zh2 permanent Canadian delegate to the League of Nations from 1935 to 1940. In. 1940 he returned to Ottawa, and headed the special division which, dealt with, matters relating to pris- oners cf Canadian, interests in enemy countries and related sub- jects. Recently he has been acting of- ficial secretary at Canada house ia London- i- March (1947) fold contracts May 83; July 83; September 82-a; December 81 ;j- contracts) November March (1947) told con- tracts) May July 148-; Sep- tember 148b; December contracts) No- March (.1947) (old contracts) May July! September 126 December 515 31 SI Bagamac Seattle 125 B.E-3..R, 104 Bid. Kirk 2S jBral Con. West Expl....... Cfcesterville .........185 Cosh. Willans........390 25 ___102 31 125 100 29 133; 13? 235 235 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Dome LIVESTOCK East Mslartic 185 25 102 East Sullivan 355 530 Frobisher 435 God's Lafee 75 Calgary Livestock Giant Yellowknife ____ 730 CALGARY. May Cattle j Harricana 23 market active as; steady prices. i Hardrotfii So Wednesday's receipts: 446 cattle, j Hasaga 180 eight, calves. 204 hogs. 33 sheep. Holnnger 15 This morning's receipts: 120 cattle, i Hudson Bav 48 326 hogs. I Kerr .Addisbn 14- Hogs sold Wednesday at S13.70 i Kirk. Lake for A's. Sows S12.35. I Lamatjue 212 530 435 74 715 24 85 190 HAY PRICES (Bailed Hay) Alfalfa .................SIS to to S17 Prairie hay ...................513 (All prices to the trade on board cars Lethbridge IXJCREO GIRL DIES ist. R.A.F.. had been cus from 10 to tender, will not necessarily be accepted. Dated at Vulcan this 10th dav of May. five years by the air council. _ Cymbalist was sentenced to prison Y1 for inciting to mutiny in "strides" in India early" this year. ASPHYXIATION- VICTIMS XECSHO, JIo., May IJpvd Bruce Ennis and his English bride who came to ihe United States to join him. only four weeks ago were found dead from asphyx- iation in their home. Sheriff H. O. Cline said they apparently were victims of the same open-flame gas stove v.hich asphyxiated a soldier, his wife and their babv in the same house las; October. VULCAX LIONS CLUB, Vulcan, Alberta. Ont., May Pansy (Pat) Spinks, 21-year-old Waltham. Que.. girl who has been unconscious in Pembroke. Ont., hos- pital since searchers found her near her home May 1 with a bullet wound in. her forehead, died early Wed- nesday. It was understood Miss Spinks had not been in good health and had a doctor in the CHARLES SCHAFFNER. late tries some days before her fata! trip of the Town of Oheron, in the into the bush. State of North Dakota, one of the VnitPd States of America, Farmer, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that all NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of TV J L L 1A M persons having claims upon the estrte of the above nsmec William Charles Schaffnor, who died on the REBUILDING DOVER DOV2R. England. May 15. (Reuters.) Residential sections of this seacoast town, focal point 01 German V-bomb and long-range 15th dav o: January. A.D, 1932. are gun attacks f.-cai the French coast, required to fii? with the solicitors j are being buil: up by 50 Belsisii Little Long Lac Leitch i delegates to the 29th annual meeting of the Navy League "-I [of Canada now in third ar.d final j r day of sessions. PRESS SEARCH FOR SLAYER MINAKI. Ont.. Mav 16 A j j theory That the missing pyjamas of i three-year-old Joan Srr.ith, ab- ducted and killed here May 4, were burned by the slayer is under police i investigation. "We've sifted quite i a lot of stove ashes in Minaki." said SUITE I, OOver Inspector T. R. Wright of Toronto. Sie-Sth St. S. Phone 3031 i ace investigator of the Ontario --------------_-------------------------------i provincial police. DOUBLE WEAR ALSO "NO-MARK" BROWN BILTRITE Will NOT SUP ASK FOR THEM tY NAME URGENTLY NEEDED WESTERN BONE SALVAGE WILL PAT PER TON Jc Per Lb. ANT QUANTITY) Deliver bones to Western Bone Salvage receiving depot in. your town. H. B. McLaughlin MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE AND AUTO WRECKERS LETHBRIDGE Ftor further taforraaiion write to: WESTERN BONE SALVAGE Head Office 127-7th Ave. West, Calvary NFWSPAPFK! ;