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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Accountants IL W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Phone 3043. Air Conditioning FKEEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our floor display 1329 CHAKLTON t HILL Sheet Metal and Hoofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavesiroush. Repairs. 1828 Auto Wreckers MCLAUGHLIN Garage and Aulo Wreckers. Comer of 4th Ave. and 3rd St. Phone 2918. _________10 Beauty Parlors CALL WESTBROOK'S BEAUTY PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3S52. 60T Baby Buggy Repairs BABY BOGGY wheels retired, re- paired and trued. Sevice while you wait. BERT MAC'S 315-7th St. S Phone 3232. 381 Bicycle Repairs BRING YOUR BICYCLE to the best equipped shop in the soash. Parts and'accessories for all makes American. English, carried in stock. BERT MAC'S 315-7th Si. S. Phone 3232. 382 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-6th Are. South. Phone 2568. 344 STORE AND OFFICE FTXTOESS. household and children's furniture and tors made, reftasshed or re- paired. "Kic-Nac Shop, 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558. 102 Cemetery Memorials Imrjorters of Scotch Granite and Italian ilarbles. LETHBREDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1532 Contractors NEW LAWNS AH necessary material on. hand; full" modem equipment; also lawn mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. ____________1225 BUILDING, Construction. Plans and Supervision. G. H. tambert. PfconS 2G77. 322 Cleaning Service For Spring Cleaning, can your Full- er Brush, ilan. Phone 4241. 213 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. DATRi: BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work: and repairs by careful workmen. McXen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3S29. 514-7th Ave. South. 118 REBER ELECTRIC, 7IO-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and ADBliances repaired. Phone -4574. 1696 Electrical Appliances EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and "Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants; Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances of all tyoes. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave, S. Phone 4550. 150 Farm Lighting 110 voJi and 32 volt, engine driven or -wind TOU or -without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3348 or 3758. _______________________________1720 110 and 32 volt engine or -wind driv- en, or -without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4SSO. 831 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY H.iMTLTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. SO 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. All work guaranteed. 1055 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of to ATI business. ______________________________90 Jhurniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097.' 640-Sth Si. S. 430 Insulating and Roofing We specSlUe in Rock Wool Insulation! and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year round. Western HMM Improvement 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2853. 181 Mimeographing ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE J. S. Brown, care Brown's Musical _________Supplies. City. 1671 ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modern Equipment. Phone 2469. 1793 WELLINGTON BROS, "The Decor- ators." Ess. 1807. For estimates nhoce 2472. Res. 6ii-10ih St. S. 1853 Room and Board by c TO OFFER. ASS A POSITION IN TOUR. I8OM BUT I'D HAtfETO RESSSM >PTESS.A TO THEATRJGAL PHYSICAL LAaoH ESW3USH 99OOF, ENGAGEMENTS HIT FORTUE TRATrCF THE FIRTH BROS. Spray painting and Painting. Quick Estimates Given on Roofs, Stucco Houses. Farm Buildings Phone 373L 7l5-l7th St. S. 75 LEN BRL'CHET Painting. Paper- hanging. 329-llth SL a Phone 3706. Plumbing Gas Fitting FRED a speciality. 604-6thSt. S. Phone 2735. 1331 Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1503-4th N. 1962 Radio Reoairs KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4333. 1178 PHONE 3232 BERT it MAC'S Where they build up the performance of your the Charges. 315-7th St. S. 3EO Barrett's EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS. ALL WORKMANSHIP CLARKE ELK. APPLIANCE PARTS AND GUARANTEED PHONS 4554. 1523 Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Serriofe. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original eauipment cores. 114-8th St. S. Phone 4121. 1533 BOY'S RADLVTOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid or. out-of-town work. Roy Kemp, 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2685. 1522 Refrigeration IGERATTON Sales Service. L E. Jones. Phone 4555. 1906-7th Ave. S-, Lethbridge. 1S4 Re-Treading Re-capping and Re-treadins Tires. NORTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 426S. 1270 RETREADING. RECAPPING AND 'The Most Modern and Best Equip- ped Shoe in the South." J. A. JAKDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3530. 1557 Roofing CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S Phone 2599. 1687 ROOFING. Siding 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. 317-8th Street South. Phone 4456. 399 Sewing Machines WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Are. S. Phone 2243. 921 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243._________ 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494, 122 McEarland Bldg. 125 BCTTON-HOLES. Work ,-uaninteed airs. R, Harris. 14 Devon Court. Phone 2832. SS Shoe Repairs EVE'S SHOE RSPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 39o5. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barra. Sal Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the latest Etrles. saving priced. Expert restyling, 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 327S. 790 General Repairs Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13ih St. N. Phone 2770. 1336 Tiling TILES (Asphalt Supplied arc laid by experienced craftsman. PERCY HAMILTON. 137-Kth St. North. Phone 2532. 459 Must Adjust Farm Prices Between Canada and U.S. Says La Guardia WASHINGTON. May La Guardia, director- general of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administra- tion, believes that disparities between prices paid Canadian farmers and farmers in the United States "must be adjusted." In a formal speech to the United Nations food conference here Tuesday, Mr. La Guardia said: "We established parity in our country which is here to stay. That is easy for us, but it has a great bearing on our Rood neighbor to the north. "IVe cannot maintain the disparity and these disparities most be adjusted." Mr. La Guardia. spoke of the plight of farmers and said they and the peasants had been exploited in every country. GRAIN PRICES 'Winnipeg Grain Prices May prices on toe Winnipeg Grain Ex- change gave a strong display today the five-cent limit advances by May, October and Decem- ber futures. Baying was attributed to locals and American account and offer- ings were light. The continued lack of moisture in Western Canada was a factor in the increased prices. At the close futures srere 5 to higher with May 2_68b; July Oct. and Dec. Bat there was some export busi- ness in wheat to the United King- dom but the amount was no; dis- closed. The exchange will remain closed tomorrow for Victoria Day and also Saturday. CASH PRICES All grades and track. 51 v. 1 C.W. 2.63; 2 C.W 268: Screenings a ton. Abitibi 1SU Asbestos 31W BJLOU............... 27 BC. Power Bldgr, Prod. 32 C. and D. Sugar...... Can. Brewj........... Chicago Grain Prices Can, Car............. 18 CHICAGO. May Can. Celanese futures fluctuated -sithin a 1IntL Alcohol.......... 23 H range today in a quiet trade. Show- 21 ing firmness at the start, the res'-- ket turned weak around nsid-dsv in the session on continued ?ood r-mn reports. Grain-Livestock-Stocks WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS JW4.) Open May............................ May........................368 Low CSoce Close 5154 5154 Ocs 226 MX 268 363 157% 260 260 255rs 152% 223-i 225% Dec.........................216Ji 221 215 221 216 CANADIAN STOCKS NEW YORK STOCKS (By James Richardson and Sons) t (By James Richardson and SOES) Open. Close 1 Cpesing quotations: Amer. TeL. Anaconda, 31 Atclnson. Beth. Steel. 108 28 Carvsler. 130; Gen. Motors. 72'-r I Keaaeco-.t. Monty-Ward. 93; 32 K.Y. Central, Pesn. RJt, 34-5 j Sears. United Aircraft. 25-r j S; 0JS. 86H: West. 13 i Wooitrorth, IIARKET TRENDS TORONTO failed to establish a definite trend in ex- chaute maAet tndcd im light volume. The Friday holi- day and the etese dawn till mett Mooday seabed a factor. Tom- aver toe the dar was smtU at about Sae.QW shares, tsst ef the year.' Viskers 33' Can. W. Lumber...... 3H Cockshutt Cons. Paper 21 Cons. Smelters....... 100 Alberta Seeks Support of Province On Its "Bill of Rights" Appeal (By The Canadian Press.) Apart from Manitoba, which definitely will not join the apneal, provincial government leaders across the country were entirely non- committal lass night on the Ques- tion whether they will support the province of Alberta in. its "reference to the courts on. the validitv of its Social CrediD "BUI of Rights." Attorney-General Lucien Mavnard of Alberta said at Edmonton that he had received -replies" from sev- eral provincial attorneys-general to lae suggestion of their'being repre- sented in the courc batcie pending over constitutionality 01 the Al- berta measure, which would estab- lish an Alberta capital assets ac- count, a monetized valuation of all the provincial resources, and a. con- solidated credit fund. The principle behind the new Alberta bin is that such a fund would be so constituted as to pro- vide for the difference in nurchas- ing power and in prices of gooes so as to balance these figures; the adjustment; fund would be trans- ferred to the province in the form of credit to be paid for cessions and medical health benefits. In a. nutshell, resources in. the province would be used to back social benefits and adjust prices. Premier John Hart of British Columbia would no- comment. Pre- mier Douglas of Saskatchewan is considering a statement. For Mani- toba, Attorney-General J. O. 'Me- Lenaghan said yesterday Manitoba will net join in the aapeal on the question of the bill's validity. Ontario Attorney-General Leslie Blackwell said he preferred not to make public the reply he had al- ready sent to Attorney-General Maynard at Edmonton although he had no objections if the Al- berta attorney-general "wished to make the correspondence public. Premier Maurice Duplessis of Quebec said he had received the Alberta communication and the bill and would "study it with care." "The project is very interesting." he said. A! Halifax, Premier Angus L. Macdonald of Nova Scotia said he didn't know anything abous the Alberta bill. And Premier Jones of Prince Ed- ward Island acknowledged he had received a letter from Edmonton, but he said he didn't think the I question was one of great interest. Russia Still Interested In Loan From U.S. WASHINGTON. J.Iay (jp) Government officials reported todav Russia has informed the United States it still is interested in be- ginning negotiations looking toward a American loan. These officials told reporters new Russian note was received dur- ing the weekend. The United States is preparing an answer, they said, the third to be sent to Russia on the subject. Officials disclosed the United States and Russia still have not been able to agree on topics to be included ia loan, conversations. The United States previously indicated a desire to examine economic con- ditions in eastern -Europe, especially in Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Alexander Will Attend Stampede CALGARY. May have a distinguished visitor dur- ing stampede week in. the person of Field Marshal Lord Alexander, gov- ernor-general of Canada. Kis ex- cellency's intention to attend was made known to Mayor J. C. "Wat- son "Wednesday. He Trill arrive on the opening day. A cine welcome yill be extended to the noted Brit- ish soldier. Plans for the official opening of ;he -stampede are nor, complete, though it is likely the governor-gen- eral will be present- Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering acd Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. 405-5th St. S. Phone 3470. 1126 Son of Slain Woman Praises Accused Man "WINNIPEG. May for the IP3T! charged with the mur- der of his mother came from John Herman of Regina. son of Mrs. Rachel Herman, victim of an axe- slaying in her north. Wtmioeg home early Monday. Abraham Goodman, 65-year-old bakery worker, was charged with the murder, following his release from hospital Friday night. Police said he had taken poisoa a short time after the death cf Mrs. Herman. John Herman said Goodman im- pressed him as "a fine, upstanding man. of intense religion-is beliefs." mother told me he had been a persistent suitor. He thought she was a widoYv despite all her efforts to convince him to the contrary." Mrs. Herman, white-haired moth- er of five children, was seoarated from her husband. Harry Hermaii, who lives in Vancouver. "I feel that when Goodman be- came convinced that my mother was married, althcueh separated, he be- came temporarily deranged." said the son. "I am the only member of the family who ever met Good- man." John Herman carne by plane from Regina to attend the funeral of his mother. Liquor Profits For Temperance Program In Sask. RSGINA. May gov- ernment of Saskatchewan is pre- pared to use up to of its profits from the liquor industry to conduct a "scientific temperance Provincial Treasurer C. M- Fines said today. Net profits of were re- ported May IS by the Saskatchewan liquor board for the year ending Corp-Sesirram Bridge Dem. Steel ..127 continued good crop However. seHinsr was nos aggressive and prices started up- ward again toward the close Traders were on the sidelines throughout most of the session watching developments in Washing- ton with respect to office of price administration legislation. Country Cifermgs of cash grain continued light Purchases on a basis during the morning amounted i Gypsum to bushels of corn and o'OCOjHam. Bridge......... ll'-x. bushels of oats, the latter for August 1 Hiram Walker.......149 and September shipment. {Howard Smith....... 33 At the close new com contracts Imperial Oil......... 15U were uncharged to lower rew! Imp. Tobacco__..... 15-t oats were 'i'to lower, and old i Int. Nickel 44 69 24. 21 39 17 Ford "A" Fraser Gatineau oats -E-ere unchanged to lovrer. All others unchanged. CASH PRICES 3 red and hard, 197 nominal, ceiling. 2 yellow, 144 nominal. ceiling. 2 srades 86-92 cents 134 to 152 nom- inal. GRAIN CLOSE August 198'-i March (Old) Int. Pete Laura Secord 21X Massey Harris 19 Massey Harris Pfd. 3S'i McCoa Front. Minn, and Ont........ 26 Montreal 30 Nat. Steel Car Power Corp. .____ 17 Powell River......... Price Bros. .__. 70ll Purity Flour......... St. Law. Corp. "A" 13S 42s J i 1SH 154 44'' 18H 22 19 24% 26 50 Nov. July Seot. ISS'i; !Dec. Ma? Shawinigan......... 24M 1947. 183-i- i Steel of Can......... 88'-i Jan. March Wesson's Ltd......... 33H 146H. (Old) July 121'-i; Sept. Wpg. Elec........... Aucr. Vov. iWpg. Hec. Pfd. ......102 83'-.; March. 83. (Old) July 83; Sept. Dec. Nov. March 70 25 S9H 20H 102 TORONTO MINES (Old) July 1-iSH; Sept. (By James Richardson and Sons) Dec. Nov. Starch f01d> July Sept. Dec. 12Sti. LIVESTOCK Calgary Livestock CALGARY. May cattle receipts being cleaned up at steady prices. Yards closed Friday and Saturday. Open Monday. Wednesday's receipts: 331 cattle, eight calves, 332 hogs, 50 sheep. This morning's receipts: 12 cattle, 295 hogs. Hogs sole? "Wednesday at JI3.S5 for A's. Sows 513. Good to choice butcher steers to Good 10 choice butcher heifers S10.75 to S11JO.' Good to choice fed calves S1L25 to S12. Good cows to 59.75. Canners and cutters to S7. Good bulls S9.50 to S10.25. Good to choice veal calves to S13. Good stockers and feeder steers S10 10 S10.75. Good Iambs S12.50. Pew spring Iambs Good ewes SS to S6.5Q ____ Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, May Trade light on the livestock marker prices holding- abotn today steady on. anything which found clearance. Cattle receipts 600: steers up to good Ibs.. choice S12.50 to S12.7S: S11.75; steers over 1 050 choice SI2.75 to 312.85: good To' to S12.50; heifers, choice to S12; good S10 to Sll; fed calves choice S12.25 to S12.50; good 511.50 to S12: cows, good S9.50 to bulls, good 310 to stocker and feeder steers, good 510.50 to Sll.25. Calves 325; good and choice veal 514 to 515. Hogs 140; grade Bl dressed to S18.60. Sheep 11; trace barelr estab- lished. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. May few cattle offered on the livestock mar- ket were sold at steady prices. Plain butcher cows brought to A few bulls 510 to and scock- rs 58.75 to 511.50. Calves sold steady at SIS to choice, with plain vealers downward to 510. One car of western lambs were 516. A few spring lambs broughD Sheep were to Hogs were, dressed, grade A grade 31 S19.S5. sows Receipts reported by the Domin- ion Marketing Service were: Cat- tle 40, calves 60, hogs 50. sheep and lambs 230. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, May Hogs. 11.500: good and choice barrows and gilts 514.85: sows SI4.10. Cattle calves 400; medium to low choice steers 514.75 to 517.25; average choice vearlings 517.60, the top; best fed heifers S1S.75; strictly good beef cows 515: Open 38 Aimor...... ........510 Basamac 30 Beattie..............130 B. E. A. R. ..........100 Bid. 2S Bralorae............ Central Pat.........240 Con. West Sspl.......117 Chesterviae .........190 Ccsh. Willans ........375 Dome.............. 28 Donalda...........100 East Malartic.....___205 East Sullivan........350 Falconbridge.........510 425 God's Lake 79 Gianp Yellowkrafe___740 Harricana......'___ 23 Eardrock........... 81 Hasaga............180 HolUnger........... 14-i Hudson Bay........ 48H Kerr Addison.....___ Kirk. Lake..........180 Lamaoue..........780 Little Long Lac_____242 LeiKh..............142 Macassa............375 McLeod-Cock.......240 Malartic G.F. 250 Mctatyre........... McKenzie 1ELL........115 Joliet Quebec 90 LapasSta Marlon Negus Noraada. O'Brien...... Omega 45 33 241 67 235 34 Osisko 125 Pamour.............145 Paymaster.......... 70'4 Pickle Crow 370 Pioneer........... o35 Powell Rouyn....... 95 Premier Gold ........200 Preston E1D...........240 Quemoat........... San Antonio 435 Sen. Boayn 87 Sherritt Gordon, 270 Siscoe.............. 76 Slacen MaL.......... Steep Rock..........335 Sullivan...........24o Teck-Hughes........430 Trans-Continental 108 Thosnp. Lund 72 Upper Can. __ ..__245 Ventures 12 Wasa ..............120 Waite Amulet ........435 Wright-Ear......... 480 Total sales. 901.000 shares. Close 89 510 30 126 99 25'-i 14 240 116 301 375 100 200 370 510 450 78 735 22% 34 180 15 49 180 760 240 140 375 240 241 58'-J 115 84 46 33 241 67'.i 235 34 121 154 71 370 535 95 200 237 17 500 90 272 82 63 340 145 j 440 i 106 i 72 j 242 i 118 435 485 Total sales shares. DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones averages at close: 30 industrials. 2C8.QQ; unchanged. 20 railroads. 66.09; OS .05. 15 utilities. 4350; ep .23. US. Has Weapon Far More Deadly Than Atom Bomb WASHINGTON. May Albert Thomas (Dem, Tex.) told the boose of representatives today that the United States navy has develop- ed a weapon "far more deadly than the atomic bomb, and fur" thermore it's in usable shape." His statement came daring debate on the 1947 nary appro- priation bilL Mr. Thomas did not say what the weapon was nor would he elaborate to reporters other than to indicate it was a de- velopment of the bureau of medicine and surgery. Mr. Thomas is a member of the appropriations sub-commit- tee which heard secret testimony of high naval officials for weeks before it wrote the appropria- tion measure. MONTREAL dustrials went to a new high In the indices and all other pfrotal groups were up OB aver- age in transfers tip to tie flnal hour today on stock change and curb market. WALL STREET Selected rails, steels, utilities and special stoeks good headway in today's mar- ket but many leaders stumbled ovff profit cajhinj. Voln aronnd shares. SIOC.OOO FIRE DAMAGE VANCOUVSR. May 23. AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1870 Tire Repairs ar.d Vulcanikng of all Kinds. Belt Splicing. "A Complete Tire Service." J. A. JAKDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 35SO. 1S55 Wheel Aligning that the temperance program must be con- ducted on a scientific basis "and sot based on prejudice." He said a plan had been advanc- ed to the Saskatchewan Temper- ance Federation three tnces within the past. year, whereby the govern- ment was ready to spend Jrom S50.- 000 to S100.000 sf the federation would present, a suitable program. Dr. R. L. McTavish. general di- rector of the Saskatchewan Tem- perar.ce Federation said responsi- governor-general and his viscountess drove to City Hall square for a civic reception today, anmeciatelv after choice Illinois fed woolskiris apShttog _frpai the vice-regal train to shorn ewes quciea i i watenroiit. It was their first visit as cown. to ,his feey until Sunday. Viscount Alexander and party amved here af :er an overnight trip from Montreal. The party was ac- companSed by a military escort and mounted police to the citv hail j where he inspected a. guard of honor, placed a wreath on the WINNIPEG, May J cenotaph honoring the dead of twos spring frosts which prevailed in all wars, and met city council members parts of the prairie provinces last j in their chambers. week, have done htt> daroago to! recently-seeded grain crops, the j May Deliver Rain Needed For Prairie Wheat Short Stop Service Station Brake perar.ce Federation said responsi- agricultural department of the Ca Service. 4th St. Phone 4167. i tnhtv of starting the program was i Radian Pacific Ra-.lway said in its I To AnV Poinf in the hands of "the provincial gov- weekly crop repor; issued here to- j J day_ i--------------- Watch Repairs Time Sheets and PAWS sharp- Survejjn? and Farm Levels rs-v-irc-d. Lcc'---srnith Gunsmith. Crion Repair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S. ____________________________1007 otors, LSectric Fully equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 2o4 SPAPFRf i GARAGES, ATTENTION I MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any quantity, 1 HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203 185 Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Sen-ice. All makes, McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 252 Expert Watch and Clock Repairs. XiAC'S WATCH SHOP. Coaldale. 1572 Welding Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work. Richard's Weldteg. 323 4th St. S. WAR NOT INEVITABLE CALGARY, May Russia desperately wants to avoid war in the opinion of Donald Grant, London, Sng.. who amved in Cal- gary or. a speaking tour cf the United States and Canada. There is not an absolute cleavage 1251 j between the communistic philosophy We change the neelrinis of tract- of Russia and the western democ- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber racics. he said. Adjustment or corn- tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 1590 promise between the latter and Rus- Wheat seeding, almost completed, sia could be effected. In otner i ts far ahead of the same period is not inevitable. words war added. he last year when sown. May Canadian wheat board announced today that effective immediately and expiring July 31. 1946. procuc- i ers may deliver their wheat at any delivery point elevator where space is available. The statement pointed out, how- ever, that the ruling applied only to wheat. Deliveries of oals and barley must be made at the desig- nated shipping point unless written permission has been given to de- at another point. Previously producers had to de- cnlv 70 per cent j liver wheat at the elevator speci- j tied in their permit book. in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, but some re-seeding of coarse grains will be necessary. Southern Alberta and southwest- ern Saskatchewan farmers have shown considerable concern over continued high winds and soil drift- ing, the report said, and warm wea- ther with continued rain showers are needed in all parts of the prairie provinces. J, A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 3580 We Carry a Full Line of Tractor Complete Tire Service fSPAPERI ;