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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: H. SIEECH AGENCIES Acaciia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants Phone 193S Air Conditioning FKEEL SHEET METAL MeClary furnace and modem air- conditioning, OJIT floor display I Insulating and Roofing We specialize in applying HoS Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the Job the jear round, Westers Improvement S Stafford Blocfc. Phone 2853- 181 CHARLTOX t HILL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Hepags. Mimeographing ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE J. S. Brown, care Brown's Musical Supplies, City. 1671 Auto MCLAUGHLIN Garaje and Autoj Wreckers. Corner of -4th AVC. antt 3rd St. Phone ARCHER Beauty Parlors_____ CALL WESTBROOK'S BSAUTY PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. ______607 Baby Buggy Repairs BABY BUGGY wheels retired, re- paired and mied. Sevice while you Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modern Equipment. Phone 2463. 1795 WELLINGTON BROS, "The Decor- ators." Est. 1907. For estimates qhone 2472. Res. 611-lOth Si. 1S53 I Room and Board by SHE HAS A GOOD BUSINESS DIRECT AS A MEATCLEAVER---AKD KNOWH AUK1 SHOWTIME. STONE-AGE WRTTIMG AFTER. SO YEARS WHAT COUNCIL DID MONDAY FIRTH BROS. Spray Painting and Painting. Quick Estimates Given on Roofs, Stucco Houses, Farm Buildings. Phone 3731. 715-17th St. N. BERT MAC'S 315-7ih St. S. Phone 3232. 331 Bicycle Repairs BRING YOUR BICYCLS to best equipped shop in the south- Parts and accessories for all American, Krglish, cameu. in stock. BERT i MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 352 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking- LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-6th Ave. Soush. Phone LEX BRUCHET Patating, Paper- hanging. 329-HIh St. S- Phone 3706. 254 Plumbing Gas Fitting FRED a speciality. 604-6th St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4til Are. N. 1962 Radio Repairs STORE AND OFi'KJE honsehold and children's furniture and toys, made, or paired. Nic-Nac Shop, 416A-3rd St- South. Phone 3553.____________102 Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. 1ETHBBIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors NEW LAWNS 7 All necessary material on hand; fullv modern" equipment; also lawn mowers and clippers-sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. Lambert. ________ _ 323 KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MARTS RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1178 Aldermen had no time to waste I iiften they held their first council j meeting in two weeks Monday even- iing and _after completing the ses- sion's business by passing more than 60 resolutions they decided to meet again in one week. Beicre tackling its usual business next Monday, council "will sit as a court hearing appeals against the zoning bylaw. Only absentee Monday evening was Ale. L- S. Turcotie. who is in Edmonton on legal business. Council agreed to rene'ar the lease of the hangar in the old municipal airport to the department of na- tional defence as the. military de- partment; had requested. The cur- rent lease expires at the end of this Year and the defence department wished to be certain of having the lease renewed so that it could pro- ceed with sosse renovations requir- ed before reserve army training can be conducted in the hangar build- of Mountain View Cemetery irere voiced bv Aid. Edward Castles as he urged that "the yellow mass of dandelions" in the eastern section be eradicated and that efforts be made to give better care to graves in the older section of the cemetery to the west. GRAIN PRICES Wiotupef Grain WINNIPEG, May Eye futures prices maintained early gains ia trading on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today to post a. closing range of 5 to 3H cents a bushel higher. Moderate buyScs by local inter- ests, commission houses and United States concerns, coupled with Iigiit offerings, pro-sided all options with a firm tone throughout the session. Closing quotations were: Xay bid. Ju'.-r S2-.4 bid. Oacber and December :i to Grain Livestock-Stocks WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS! (Ay Bfehxriscn Ltd.) The United Kingdom took a far- ther shionaens of 375.000 bushels of in export trade. CASH PRICES C.W. 51 !r; 3 C.W. EC. 3 C.W. Ex. 1 Peed 51 Js: 1 Feed 51 S: 2 Feed 3 Feed TraeSc 51's- Qsotatioot: May........ May........ May....... July....... Oct........ Dec....... Prer, Open Low Close Close Close 5154 5154 252 254 211 263 258 254 151 224% 133 Toronto Livestock i TORONTO MINES TORONTO. Mav were steady in early cattle sales on CBy Jaaies Richardson ana Sees) the livestock market today. Medium good weighty steers v.-ere ............_w to a few good butcher hell- C.W. 263: 2 C.W. 2S3: 3 j ers up IO SIS to 411. C.W. 258; 2 C.W. 229; 4 C.W. 237: Track: 259. Screenings a ton. Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO. May rye Calves were steady at SIS :o for choice with vealers downward to No price was established for which closed previously dressed. ranged through the permissiole; grade A grace 31 i limits in today's grain futures trad-j xo sheep or larr.bs -sere offered.. 26: ing. The contract was up five cents i Receipts reported by the Dosis- 100 as the opening af :er which light sell- f ioa marketing service were: Cattle East Ma'arpc V........207 ing pushed the price down 10 cents] igo. calves 140, hogs ICO. Unsold East Sullivan .........340 in 10 minutes. Some short covering trosn. yesterday were 600 head of Falccnbndge.........505 ni.f-ratioris 'G within 25 125 103 235 115 SS ........380 MARKET TRENDS movefi quotations :c wSihin small fractions c: after noon. The: the day's high shortly cattle. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, May 21.- i Frobisfc ............430 j God's Lake 83 Giant Yallowknife -----720 23 385 26 102 203 340 505 430 73 735 WALL STMEET Selected nils, indactrafe continued attract buyers in today's market although profit cashing wt days belated recovery rtilHiJ leaders. TOBONTO trial stocks ruled higher today on the stock market and astsbaf groups were narrowly Western oil share market me lifeless and a. hit heavy in tie late action. Turnover was aronnd shares. re was some action in sew good and choice barrovre and Hamcana 22-- 24 Trado in hoth olri! criHo in Trade in both old-gilts sl-tSS: sows S14.10. i Hardrcck 33 and new oats contracts was slow. j Cattle 7.000; calves 700: ?op steers Hasaga 179 At the close wheat; was unchang- S17.75: choice ro crime heifers also Hoiimger............. 14 si ed at ceiling prices, eld corn brought that pnce; most ar.d Hudson Bay 49 tracts were bid at ceilings, eld yearlings S15.75 to S17.40; most Kerr Addiicn oats contracts were unchanged to f ers to 516.73; few beef cows Aid. Fred Smeed also had com-. higher, old barley was I changed at ceilings. CASH PRICES plaints to dust. He j 2 red and hard 197 tie S14.50 ro S16.50. an- j strictly gcod S14-5O ar.d Liule Long Lac j better: fat bulls 514.75 dowr.: ers S17 and below: most stock cat- Macassa PHONE 3232 BERT MAC'S Where the? builfi up the performance of vour the Charges. 315-7th St. S. 380 Barrett's EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE REPAIRS. ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE BLK. PHONE 4554. 1626 Radiator Repairs Cleaning Service For Spring Cleaning, call your Full- er Brush Man. Phone 4241. 213 RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114-8th St. S. Phone 4121. 1583 Dentists DR. A. C. AHBENS DENTAL SURGEON. PURITST DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482.________263 Electrical Contractors ALL- TYPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. MeKen- zie Electric L-td. Phone 3637. 1427 -------------PEAKE PEVK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave South. 118 KOVS RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- liverv paid on out-of-town work. Roy "Kemp. 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2685. ___________ 1522 ing. Want Land for Lane. Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. I. Eu Jones. Phone 4555. J90S-7th Ave. S., Lethbridge. 1S4 Re-Treading REBER ELECTRIC, 710-Sth St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios ana Appliances repaired. Phone 1696 Electrical Appliances EUREKA Cleaners. "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and "Washing ilachines: Farm Lighting Plants: Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances of ail types. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 6I9-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 150 Re-capping and .Re-treading Tires. VOKTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODTEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 RETREADING. RECAPPESG AKD VTJI.-CAKIZING "The Most Modem and Best Equip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JAKDRCE'S TIKE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 Roofing Farm Lighting 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3348 or 3753. 1720 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7U1 Ave. S. Phone 4680. 831 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. AU Work Guaranteed. PERCY HA5HLTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. CHAELTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 2599. 1587 ROOFING, Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550 1393 24 Hour Service on AH Slakes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRtDGE APPLIANCES Mavtag Sales and Service. 317-8th Street South. Phone 4456. 399 Sewing Machines WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co, 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. S21 Citv Manager J. T. was asked to negotiate with owners, of pronertv in a certain section along Third and Fourth Avenues South and west of 13th Street -with a view of having them transfer sufficient pronerty 10 the city to establish a lane. The council had received a let- ter stating that while property own- ers had donated 10 feet at the back of their lots to provide a lane dur- ing the psst 40 years, one of the owners had recently fenced in his ten-foot section and had thus block- ed the lane- A request to amend the zoning bylaw so that part of the lot occu- aied bv the Airway store near the oil refinery will be classed as a com- mercial zone was referred to the zoning committee. The request was made to enable the operator of the store. Js. Alvau. to legally establish gasoline DUUIDS there. At present the site is designated as residential oroDerty. A request from, the Bennett and White Construction Company, Ltd.. for the return of its S200 transient contractor's fee was referred to the citv manager for a report. The com- pany explained tfeat it claimed re- turn of the fee because it had open- ed an office in Ijethbridge within the year after the fee was paid. Council received and filed a report from the city manager, explaining that certain lots desired by the North Lethbricge Motors and Auto Wreckers on the east side of their busuiess premises are located in the residential property zone and can- not be sold for use as a storage yard for wrecked cars. He suggested that the wrecking company select an- other site. A S250 cheque was accented from, the Lethbridge Artificial Ice Com- pany as part payment on. the new arena roof. Miss Fusako Takedon. 18-year- old Jaoanese girl living at Rosemary. Alta.. was eranted permission re- ride in Lethbridge for the purpose of attending business school. Also granted was the request of the Salvation Army for per- mission to hold sacred musical programs in Gait Gardens every Sunday evening from nine to ten o'clock during June, July and August. May Operate Stand Oscar B. Waage, a veteran, was given permission to operate a pop corn stand on the southwest comer of Sixth Street and Third Avenue South, providing his type of vehicle and equipment and their operation receives the approval of the board of health. The relief invoices, direct relief report and stores invoices for April were received and filed. Council referred to the city en- gineer an application from. D. H. Elton, K.C., for permission to build a store and residence on his vacant property at the northwest corner of 12th Street and Seventh. Avenue South. Complaints Voiced Complaints against the .Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Phone K32. Co. 620 3rd MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Phone 3319. 303-7th Ave. A S._ All work guaranteed. 10a5 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED tORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome oat, of loam business. 90 Aye. S Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM, Phone 4494. 122 McParland Bldg. BUTTON-HOLES. Work guaranteed Mrs. R, Harris, 14 Devon Court- Phone 2332. ______S3 explained that much dust was being blown into North Lethbridge from heaps of dirt which had been dump- ed west of 13th Street near the macaroni factory and that he had received comalaints of dust from citizens residing along 13th Street between Ninth and 14th Avenues North because of the heavy traffic on the gravelled road there. Receiving a suggestion from Aid. Smeed that the 19th Street North bus route operate past its present deadline of 9 pjn.. City Manager Watson promised that as soon as fce receives delivery of another bus. one which is expected to arrive here on June 10. he would be able to ex- tend the hours of operation on that route. Aid. Srneed also urged that the bus route to Henderson. Park operate on Sundays. Bylaws Passed Bylaws were passed authorizing the'sale of: A lot and a half on. the southwest comer of 19th Street and Fourth Avenue North to Lyle and Anita Parlour for S75J5Q. the site to be used for a. S4.000 residence. A large tsarcei of land between 13th and 15th Streets on Fourth Avenue North to the public school board for S144. the site to be used for playground purposes. Two lots on the north side of Second Avenue North between 18th and 19th Streets to Remy and Edna LaRose, the former being a veteran, for the to be used for a Tesicence. Two lots on 16th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues South to Douglas and Evelyn. Wyatt for S205. the site to be used for a residence. Two lots on loth Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues North to George Eirich for S54, the site to be used for a S2300 residence. Two and a half lots on the south- east comer of 19th Street and Fourth Avenue North to Earry Boyse for S150, the site to be used for a residence. Two lots on 14th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues North to John and'Annie Zubach for S81. the site to be used for a re- sidence. Two and a naif lots on 14th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues South to N. A. Colley for S254. the site to be used for a resid- nce. Three lots on the northwest comer of 20th Street and Seventh Avenue South to C. A. McLaughlm for 3423. the site to be used for a S12.000 residence. Plan S15.000 Warehouse A bylaw to sell three lots on the southwest comer of 12th Street and First Avenue South to Dominion Fruit. Ltd.. for on the under- standing that half the purchase price would be rebated if a ware- house costing no less than is erected on the site within one year, was given two readings but council would not agree unanimous- ly to giving the bylaw third and final, reading immediately and it was automatically tabled until the next meeting. A majority vote can uass the bylaw the next time it is nominal, ceiling. j Sheep 500: medium McLeoc-Ccck. and good Macsen R. L. 2 fellow 144 nominal, lambs SIS. good and choice native; Malaruc G. F. ceiling. springers S13; wcoled and shorn 2 grade 86 :c 92 nom- j ewes S3.50 and S3.59 respectively. ceiling. Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Qhesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. 406-5th St. S. Phone 3470. 1125 Vulcanizing CLOSE FUTURES August 1381-: November March .Old) July September 153S: De- cember 183 May <1947t 183 H- CORN (New) January 146; March 145. (Old) May July 121 S: September August 83zi; No- vember 82S to .9i; March S3. (Old) May S3; July 83; September 80; 134 to CANADIAN STOCKS Kensie E. L. 1 Marlon Rouyn 7S5 244 135 370 235 385 244 67 115 34 SO 83 ISO 15 49 765 i 233 136 375 245 380 245 68 MONTREAL es had an edge on gains in most of the pivotal ffroaps cp to the final hour today on the stock exchange and curb market. Movements either way -were Stnerally fractional. There were, however, some isolated strong spots in textiles and in. liquors. 34 85 45 NEW YORK STOCKS j {By Jarces Richardson and Sors) i Atner. Atchison 120U: jBeth. Steel Chrj-sler 130: Corss. Scison Cartiss TSTrigh; 1 S't: Eec. 47; Gen_ Motors Int. Kesnecott 57; i Mor.tr-Ward SSS: X.Y. Central Perm. RJl Radio Corp. 15T3; Republic Steel 35Ji; Soconr Vac. S-O-XJ. 76; VS. Rubber 78; C.S. 37; "Wesi Eiec, Total sales shares. CBy James Richardson and Sons) Negus ...............245 246 December March Abitibi...... Abitibi pfd. Bell B. A. Oil...... B.C. Pow. "A" Eldg. Prod..... C. and D. Sugar Can. Loco....... Can. Malt....... Brew. Open Close Jforanda 2Ca 33 32 40 19 208 j iOsisko i Faniour 33' j Paymaster............ 3214 j Pickie Crow 25 41 62 November 158 S: May 235H; July September De- cember BARLEY (New November March (Old; 126V. July September December 126 -i. May Can. Car........ 17% Can. Celanese 65 Ind. Alcohol...... Can. Vickers...... 35 U Can. W. Lumber Cockshutt Pioneer Powell Rouyn Premier Gold Prestor. E. D. Quemont 225 31 125 152 70 360 560 SO 210 235 66% 228 33 125 152 72 370 560 100 207 245 DOW AVERAGES Dow Jones averages zr, close: 30 Industrials 207.25 up .12. 20 Railroads SijSS up .62. 15 Utilities 42.75 up .06. of Canada with thefs of a blanker, i-as Sned S25 and costs when he before Police Magiseate 17rs IS LIVESTOCK Calgarv Livestock CALGARY, May markej moderately active at steady prices. Monday's receipts: 696 cattle, six calves. 243 39 sheep. This morning's receipts: 97 cattle, 15 hogs. Good to choice butcher steers. to S12.35. Good to choice butcher heifers S1Q.50 to S11.50. Good to choice -fed calves to 511.60. Good cows to Good bulls S9-25 to S9.75. Good to choice veal calves S11.50 to S1230. Good stocker and feeder steers S10 to S10.50. Good lambs Winnipes Livestock "WINNIPEG. May good Mont. Pow. presented. Alta. Beverage Dispensers To Meet Wednesday CALGARY. May bility of a province-wide strike of beverage dispensers was cited in a statement of the provincial alliance of the Beverage Dispensers, Inter- cleanup was in sight on the live- stock market today with most slaughter classes holding generally at firm rates. A few stocfcers and feeders were in demand at steady prices. Approximately 450 head of cattle were brought forward fron; yesterdsv's market. Cattle. 185; calves, 120; hogs, 75; sheep, nil. Steers up to Ins.: choice to S12.75: good 311.75 to S12.25; steers over Ibs.: choice 512.50 10 S12.75; good 511.75 to heifers, choice to good to 511; fed calves, choice to good 511.50 to S12; cows, good to bulls, good SI0.25 to 511.25; stocker aad feeder steers, good S10.25 to Good and choice veal 514 to S15. Grade 31 hogs dressed to not established. CJOC Daily Programs Cons. Paper Cons. Smelt Dist. Corp.-Seasram. Bom. Bndge. Dom. Steel Dom. Tar Born. Text Fanny Farmer Ford "A" Fraser Gatineau Gypsum Ham, Bridge fTiram Walker Howard Smith Imperial Oil Int. Nickel Int. Pev Laura Secord ilassey Harris Massey Harris pfd... McCoU Front and Onr Mitchell Robert So'-i 123 42 U 20 Vi 2S 110 63 19M, 16'i 148 42% IS-i jg .San Antonio ..........4S5 495 65 i Sen. Kouyn 90 90 231; i Sherritt Gordon ......290 275 351_'Siscoe 85 82 i Sladen MaL 63 65 Steep Rock ...........345 345 Z: i? Sullivan..............250 248 97 C i Teck-Stughes ........435 430 i Trans-Cocunenzal 105 106 "42U i Xhomp. Lund 73 73 Upper Can. ..........246 250 Ventures '10 Wasa ................118 120 Mt-jWaite Amulet ........440 440 495 Toial sales. 1.319.0QQ shares. TORONTO AVERAGES AT NOON Indusu-Ials. up 1.39. Golds. 122.01, off 0.24. Base Metals, 100.43. off 0.10. Western Oils. 27.03. off .48. Herman Spanke at Nanton. For trapping gama in a national park, contrary to the national parks regulations. Billy Young Pine asd- George Scout of the Blood Indian Reserve were each Sued SIOC and costs when thev appeared before Justice of :he Peace A. H. Earwood at Waterton. Gn. charges, George Fox and Albert, "vfrnmiain Horse were each 2ned S10 and casts, 191-.- 16 H 10 150 24 26 43 'i 18% 21% 19 29 S 24U 30'- Nat. Brew....... Nar. Steel Car.. Ogilrie Plour..... Pags Hersey..... Power Corp... PoweG Biver Price Bros. Shawinigan Sick's Brew. Steel of Can. 491- 23% 34 30% 15 35 68 55 49 32 15 Mounted Police Court Cases CONCENTRATED 2-4-D Various charges have been heard j in district Royal Canadian Mounted Policy courts during the past few i days. i Cecil Deimer LeVbir of Nariton, charged under the Criminal Code i Wpg. Hec. Wpg. pfd. 69 -r 25U 55 19 101 A A 4- VET STUDENTS TOP IN EXAMINATIONS EDMONTON. May Robert Newton, presi- dent" of the University of Alberta, said today thai, vet- eran students set the pace in studies and cxamina- lions. The ex-servicemen. students, he said in comment on recent esamination ra- suits, had better marks and fewer of iheni failed in final examinations than students j in pre-war years. .IT'S NEW AND MORE EFFECTIVE- SUGHTIT PERFUMED is NOT STiorr- NO STAINS IS NON-IRRITANT. Vegetable Growers The acreage allotments for some vegetables have already been filled. All members should con- tact us Immediately if they wish contracts for this year. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block. Leihbridee KCS. TUESDAY, 21 of Good Cheer. O'clock Favorites. and Local News. Mood. and Judy. McGee and MoUy. News Summary. Round-Up. Square to Broad-A-ay. Choristers. String Orchestra. Town. STOMACH Shoe Repairs TRACTOR, Truck Car Tire Vul- Guaranteed. Line belt furniture Moving McLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-Slh St. S. 430 Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in tSe latest styles, saving priced. Expert reslyling, relining, cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for every occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 General Repairs LAWNMOWERS and SAWS sharp- ened Surveying and Farm Levels repaired. Locksmith Gunsmith. Union Repair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S. 1C07 Motors, Electric Fully equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. fcWSPAPER STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP Q Wrinno 50 St. S. 3955. 501 Eipert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Barva. Sol Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring acd Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770 1336 Tiling splicing New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 426S. 1870 ___ r Renalrs and Vulcaniziag of all Kinds. Bels Splicing. A Complete Tire Service." J. A. JARDINE'S TIKE SUPPLY 402-lst Avenue South. Phor.e 3580. 1655 Wheel Aligning Short Stop Service Station Brake locals in the province will be held Wednesday morning to decide what actlo" will be taken against a de- cision of the National War Labor board refusing wage increases to beverage room employees, and if felt necessary hotel service em- .___ plovees will be called out as well as OFF. locals in Saskatchewan. i The Calgary local, scheduled to i ir.set ihis morning, delayed their tet. Report and World News. for the Tur.es. Pianoforte. Serenade. on Rhythm. meeting 'or the decision of the pro- vincial executive. The meeting will be held here Wednesday morning. Supplied ar.d' laid oy experienced Service. 4th Ave.-8th St. Phone 4167 Halperin, Smith Case Adjourned OTTAWA, May of Israel Halperin. 36, Queen's Uzil- versitv professor, and Dumford Cmith. 33. national research coun- cil charged sn cor-nc-ctsori with espionage activities were today 560! Watch PERCY HAMILTON. 137-14th St. Ncrth. Pisone 2532.__________________ _____ _____4o9 Expert Watch and Clock Repairs. I WATCH SHOP, Coaldale. i 1572 Time Sheets GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203. Welding 485 Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phona 3637. 252 Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. S. We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 310 1st Avenue. Fhone 2544 J590 WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 Uppe.- C'M'o. News. Upper club- Moments. Report and Morning Melodies. Wife. Linton Stones From Life" in the Airfene. in the Wildwood. Club. Crystal Calendar. Kappv Gang of Life. Mo.-r.ing Neigli'oor. Dots. Sister. ALC Show. News Time Novelties. Woman of America. Perkins. Young. Romances. ______ the Classics. TORONTO. Top-night tennis News commentary, players are so scarce in Ontario Business, that the province will not hold sep- Out. arate Davis Cup sectional tnals for_Miladl. this spring. C. C. Petersen. execu- The t'.o men had electee speedy I tnal ar.d -aere scheduled to appear today before Oountv Judge A. G. McDoueai; Documents to be used as exhibit.'; in their cases are being used ir. the supreme court trial of Edward Mazerall. Smith was remanded to June 12 and Hal pen- to June 17. Both are on bail :.ive member of the Ontario Lawn Tennis Association, announced. Program. Allison Show. Round-Up. NEWEST AND FINEST UPSET AFTER EATING? Of course you cnjuy good food, do you often pay the penalty? For quick, effective relief of indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia or gastritis, take Maclean Brand Stomach Powder. This noted British prescription has brought relief to millions. Why keep Maclean Brand Stomach Powder or Tablets always handy. AISO IN TABLET fOKM HAKCT POCXSTSJZE MACLEAN Brand Stomach Powder ONLY GENUINE IF S1GNATUX! ALIX. C MACLEAN APPEARS ON THE PACKAOI DOMINION ROYAL Fleetway STRONGER RAYON CORD bsovwr Raywt cords ply gvord against failures HUSKY TREAD BLOCKS BuiB for Dominion Royal Fleetway and cuts operating costs, J. A, JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 358t We Carry a Full Line of Tractor Complete Tire Service iWSPAPfc.RI ;