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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1946 School Divisions Indignant Over Sharp Reduction of School Grants EJGE of the Foothills school division are Viewing with concern and indigna- tion -he effect of the new educa- tional grants act on the financial outlook of this division. They have learned that, through operation of this act, the local division suffers a decrease of approximately in government grant. This decrease will nave to be made up from some source, and the act forces a heavier tax upon the land for educational services, probably amounting to an increase of three-quarters for schools. Under the new act an increased gran: -was made to the department of education amounting to The Foothills division did not ex- pect to hare its educational tax bardea lightened to any substantial extent by the increase, when serv- ices in the north were still so in- adequate, but it was a clear under- standing that under the act no government grant would be reduced below the Sgure at present pre- vailing. Other rural divisions of South- ern Alberta are said to have suSer- ed similarly, some to even more serious degree. I; is reported that Foremost S_D_ for example, has been given a cut of approximately Calgary icses about Macleod SJX 'Wbeatland Bow Val- ley SJD, This cut in grants does not be- effective in the current year FUNERAL OF FATHER MRS. GUY WEADICK 1 DISTRICT NEWS HIGH Funeral services for Charles Darwin Beafel. father of Mrs. Guy WeadicS ol Stampede ranch. Longview. -Brere held from the Snodgrass Funeral Home. High River, on May 28. with Rev. F. yaugban-Birch conducting the service aad interment in the Highwood cemetery. Mr. Eenfel, who had been living with his daugh- ter since last August, was 92 years of age. and had prac'ised law in the PAGE ,FIVE Busy Southern Alberta GOING OX MISSION RAYMOND A farewell program was held Sunday evening in the 2nd ward church for. Miss June Anderson who leaves next weet on a mission for the LD.S. Church. UO32E COLEMAN iKNS> Many at Funeral Late Mr. Allred Funeral; services were held for Miifcrd Paris: the first banquet held last Novem- j Allred in the Second Watd Chapel, I ber. SOLDIEK DISCHARGED G am Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get in touch with: j Raymond. Saturday afternoon, Bishop Leslie Palmer conducting. A large congregation of mends mfcct Monday from Calgary where j and relatives were present to pa; he hac received his discharge, from j their respects io'the mecnory of a H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadla Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Phooe .reception and rehabilitation f mittee is sponsoring its the array. Stanley has been sta-lmaii had made friends "wheT- Coleman tioned in England since leaving {ever his influence extended. The. AIR CONDITIONING But i: 59 z be midwest Spates for 66 years prior to final welcome home banquet tot 'i his retirement some time ago. I cert and dance en Friday the of FKEEL SHEET METAL. and modem air- ___ our floor display jsg. Stanley -Brill spend ihe sum-: ed was j land 5 May 30. to its service personnel who mer here with his uncle, Stanley j interment was Li the local ceroe- CHARLTOX HILL to Benson. Minne- i had failed to arnve home prior to Dsley. j tery A large cortese followed the Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. remains to their lass resting place. I Furnace and Savestrougn. Repairs. H ELLINGTON BEOS., Decor- ators." Est. 1907. For estimates Rhone 2472. Res. Cll-lOth Si. S. 1853 FIRTH BROS. Spray painting acd Painting. Quick Estimates Given on Roofs, Stucco Kosses, Pann Buildings.. Phone 3731. 715-17th St. N. 75 burdened land. The Foothills division has op- erated as economically and effi- ciently as possible m view of serv- ices given and regulations in respect to salaries. There has been noj building program of any queuce and "the consistent has been to make use of old baild jngs in furthering ihe centralized setup. The trustees are dumb- founded by the action of the de- partment in cutting grants. later graduating in law from j_____________________ the University of Iowa. He owned j i ilinnesota and North Da- a r% T isd previous to his retire- 1 .15. kota. ment had served several terms as iudge in Minnesota. He is surviv- ed by his daughter. Mrs. V.'eadick and "by a sister in "California. In Wonderful Waterton "WATERTON1 The 24th of May was indeed Mart Kenny with his Western holiday at Waterton Park, with Gentlemen is returning to Water- j caln weather anfi sunny, clear skies tu en Park on June 8th to renew old in the paiiiion after 12 years absence. In the early summer of 1934 a meeting of all Waterton's business people -was held ia the lobby of ihe Waterton Lakes Hotel, where, vrith representatives of Radio Station CJOC. the possibilities of hooking over the entire week-end. Every motor trip through the Slates with Mr. and Mrs. WeadJck. Burdett Ball Team Trims Grassy Lake The league game at Burdett on Sunday after- noon between Grassy Lake and Burdeit attracted residents from every town in tile league, as well as baseball fans from Taber and other points. One hundred and sixty-five cars and an estimated five bv a of 13 M s Tenslon -_ sixiv-iive caia zuiu an sports activity was patronized hun-dred people witnessed Burden tensively. The tennis courts were active all day. continuous play on the golf course, and prospective nd- ers were standing by the hitchracks waiting for horses to return all dur- ing the day. Boating was popular because of the very calm water, and Operating, Barons (HKS> mobile lit T.B. clinic is stationed ai Barons at present, and desaiie and failure of power, a record num- ber of people were X-rayed on Tuesday, the first day of the clinic. People who have not definite ap- Lions Entertain At Milk River to saoura his passing are his and his children. Carl- 1828 AI-TO and Enna. also grandchildren.; WKtCKERS Of his immediate family there re- MeLAUGHLIS Garage and mains his tain brother. Marlm of Ra.vmond. Mrs. Mable Johnsoa of ft? s-_ Barnwell, Mrs. 3. F. Johnson of, EEAtTY PARLORS LEX BKCCHET Paper- hanging. 323-llth S. Phoae 3706. 254 ARCHER 10! Interior ar.d Esnerior Decaratcr. Modem EqnpraesX Phone 24S9. The Uons J CaJsarj-. and Mrs. Bert Grand of f CAlJ' of Milk River staged a verj- pleas- ant evening when they honored! mothers and grandmother; at a j chicken dinner served by Mesdames Tciley, Laurence, Pittman and Kulit t Fifty-six guests and members %Vesuninster. B-C. pointnients are asked to come in Kenny and Watertcn Park; "on the were discussed. At that meeting each business firm pledged financial support; to the weekly broadcast of Mart Ken- r.y and his Western Gentlemen. It in the evemng one of the laest crowds ever attend a dance in Waterton, thronged into the pavii- ion, where the Pincher Creek or- chestra provided exceptionally good music. was high as Burdett was the only undefeaUd team in the league and Grassy Lake came second. The two teams will not clash again until July, when the second half of schedule will be in operation. Score by innings: Grassy Lake .......000 000 S Batteries: (Shorty) Collins. R. and L. Kmard: Grassy Van" of Vans Varieties kept j P. Nelson. L. Knibbs, E. count of the number of persons who is smnU -R-onder that residents of -visited the store on May 24th and the nark feel that Mark Kenny is at one o'clock ajn. when he closed in a way their nrodigy, and look j the doors. neonle had been forward to the gala re-union which place here. Mart Kenny and his Western Gentlemen will entertain for one night only, June Sen. in the store. At the registration office 620 cars Gross and A. Johnson. Umpires J. Connors and J. N. Strike-outs Collins, 14; Nelson, 4. Gross. 3. Knibbs. 2. An exhibition game later in the Teeter Wins More Eespect Do something others cannot do And they will have respect for you. Old Mother Nature. The Quickest, surest way to win respect is to do something others canno; do. What it is. is of small matter. It may be something use- lul. something caring, something skillful, or none of these things. As long as it is something others cannot- do it will win a certain kind of respect. Teeter the Spotted Sandpiper is the modest Kuie bird who runs. then stops to bob and bow and teeisr, who Hies out low over the crying Feet- Everybody knows Teeter, so. Peter Rab- acquainted with water weet! or at least bis had been Teeter ever since both young. Had he been asked if he knew Tester he would have replied. "Of course I know Teeter. I nave known Mm, a long tune." Now he was finding oui tha; all this time he hadn't really known Teeter at aiL Just now he had seen nim do things that he hadn't dreamed thai Teeter could do. Always he had been aware that Teeter was fond of the water. Any- way he was fond of being near the for that was where he was to be found mostly. But Peter had always thought of this bob- bing, bowiEg little Sandpiper as a larc bird, no more at home on the water or ia the water than other land birds, merely liking to live cear the water and perhaps wet his feet now_and then as he ran along the water's edge. Now he had seen him swim, dive and ac- tually fly under water. Anyway he had used his wings like flying and is something that only a feii" of the- true water birds can'do. Teeter had cone these things as if :hey were nothing at all unusual. 3u: to Peter they were so impos- sible that his respect for Teeter had grown with each surpnsicg thins that Teeter had done. "You seem to feel at home wherever you are, on the land, in the air or in the water." said Peter. "I do. Why shouldn't re- plied Teeter. "Iz is murmured Peter, who is at home only on land. Of course, he can's fly. and, -shile he can swim if he has to. he doesn't like the water and he irc't at home in it, although down i in the Sunny South he Tigg a cousin who is. was walking along in the water, wading as he picked tip tiny of food from the bottom. At the place where he was the bottom away so that the water gradually became deeper and deeper. At first the water was only over his feet. as he waced out. it was half way up his less. Then it was up to his bocy, ar.d. as he picked about with his biil, his head was wholly urcer water. "Hell be swimming in a min- ute." thought Peter. If you could have seen Peter's eyes B moment later you woTi3d J-.are thought they were going to pop right out of his head. Yes. sir. tha; is what you would have thought. I em sure. He was star- ;r.s at Teeter as if never having ________ _____________ ._ and oeople were admitted, i evening resulted in a win for more than" registered during the Grassy Lake with "the score 5 to 0. entire month of May in 1S45. Lucky Rabbit Little Bernard Anderson, small son of Mrs. Beatrice Anderson, lost a pet rabbit under some lumber that was being moved. When found the little pet was suffer- ing from a broken leg and Bernard's older brother suggest- ed that the best thing to do would be to shoot it. But Ber- nard, very much against the idea, decided there must be some way to help the wee rab- bit and without" knowledge to his family carried Ms pet to the doctor's office, where the busv doctor after caring for his patients, chloroformed the frisky rabbit and set the brok- ea limb. Today the rabbit is tjlajing in his master's vard, cast and all and not realizing what a lucky little fellow he is. EARONS FAMILY IS HONORED -BY FRIENDS BARONS (HNS) The residents of Barons and district gathered on Monday evening at the cornmuni- tv nail" in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagness, and their daughters. Shirlev and Jean, for a farewell seen him before. Teeter wasn't He wasn't- even float- ing. He wasn's on the water at all. He was running along on the bottom, whollv under water. Yes. sir. Teeter was whollv under water. It was shallow there, and Peter could see as plainly as if he had been on shore. He was doing what to Peter seemed impossible for any one to do. anvwav, for one who didn't live in "the' water. And he wasn't doing it to show off. It was clear thst he didn't think that what he was doing was anything remark- able afc afi. s At home in the dear Old Briar- patch later Peter told Mrs. Peter -He is wonderful. There was resiect. rssapct the tone all about it. that Teeter." a great deal of respect, ia of Peter's voice and the way he said it. "I wish.you could have seen Turn, my dear." Mrs. Peter looked at Peter qaeerly. but all she said was: "I hoos there is nothing the matter with your eyes. You certainly have been seeing things." Peter had been seeing things, reallv seeing them, for it was all true.'Teeter the Spotted Sandpiper can fly, swim, dive and run under and her committee and helpers Sor the advance work in connection with this clinic. Wednesday after- noon and evening, and Thursday and Friday morning from 9 to 12 noon, and 2 to 5 pjn. are the times when X-rays will be taken. There is no charge for this service, and from 50 to 60 per hour can be X-rayed, as undressing is not neces- sary. the speakers of the were introduced. J. W. Wilson of Luckv Strike talked on food concis- ions" of today; L. C. Halinrast. M-L.A-. then gave a very interesting account of the openin; of the legjs- ature. He followed up with a talk n education. j Perfect attendance buttons were] given to Uons Rivers and Baer, by, President ToUey. Funeral of Late Mrs. M. Spackman (HNS) funeral services were held in the LJXS. church Sunday afternoon for the late Mrs. Mable X. Spackman of Calgary, who passed away after a lengthy illness. The large attendance and "many fioral offerings bespoke the esteem in which Mrs. Spackman and her family were held by all who knew them. T. T. Ogden of the local bishopric conducted the services. Interment was in the local ceme- tery. Pallbearers were Donald and Eldred Nzlsson, Leonard and George Hirsche, Bert and Dean JJUsson. not merely on land like party before they leave here to most other feathered folk. reside Milk River, where Mr. Peter- looked over toward the Wagness has been transferred, with miling PooL "I wouldn't have be- j the Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. lieved it if I hacn't seen it with own he murmured half Then he looked at Urs. "And there is nothing the aloud. Peter. matter with my he added rather sharplv. (Copyright, 1946, br T. W. Burgess) nest story: A Familiar The Voice. Nelson Has Six-Hole Lead on Burton NEWTON, Mass., May Playing his customary deadly ac- curate game. Byron Kelson. P.G.A. titlist and leading light in American golf for the last three years, gained a six-hole lead on the "British open champion, Dick Burton during the first half'of their 36-hdle challer.ee Mr. and Mrs. Wagness have been residents of Barons for the past nine years, and have tak'en an ac- tive part in all social activities, church, patriotic league, community club, and service clubs. Robert Wofaick, on behalf of the assembled guests, aad others who were unable to attend, presented Mr. and Mrs. Wagness 'with a purse of money. Hold Funeral of Late A. R. Bell PINCHER eral services were held from the Pincher Creek United church Mon- day afternoon for Arelian Harves Bell. 61 years of age. Rev. C. Clarke conducted the services. Bom at Muskoka. One., the de- ceased came west- in 1910. He had resided in Pincher Creek for the (past 33 years. Mr. Bell's occupa- tion has been that of barber here The deceased vras very interested in all forms of sport, esneciallj baseball and golf. He also held the Waterton Lakes championship cup for two years and had entered num- erous tournaments at Waterton Crow's Nest Pass and Lethbridge He was an ardent curler and had skipped rinis here for many years Left to mourn the passing axe his wife at Pmcher Creek, two daughters. Mrs. Vivian. Layman formerly of Lethbridge and cow o Pincher Creek. Eileen, a marriea daughter in England, and one son Leonard, of Pincher Creek. He was predeceased by a son Jack who was killed in action overseas in the in- vasion of Europe. Pallbearers were C. W. Hart, R. Dunlop. c. B. Ross. E. H. Rowe. J. R. Morgan and C. F. CarsweU. In- terment took place in Fairview cemetery at Pincher Creek. ATTENDS WEDDING (HNS) Joyce Chrisiensoa was a visitor in Calgary for the weekend where she attended the wedding of her brother Vemon to Miss Ruth Hanna of Vulcan on May 25. RESIDENCE MOVED CARMANGAT. (HNS' Bill match Wednesdav at the Charles! River Countrr Club. his farm to lots south of Fraser's. When improvements are completed The Briton, who arrived here two i the, oe occupied by Mr. Iom been days aso, was troubled bv a- slice or. i Iom ana most of the !on? on the i who 6.415-yard la-, out. which played Macleod heaw as a resuls, of 48 hours" of'. Th( sweating rink buildings have also been moved to the south on the i side of town. COUPLE IS HONORED rain. He also was uncertain greens and before taking off with Nelson for Mamaroneck. N.Y., where they will plav their second 18 today as part of the Goodall round- tHN robui tournament, he said: "I had uundrca and fifty guests enjoyed no confidence in mv putting." j the recepapn Monday night given Nelson .who set up" Charles Rivers' j oy Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson competitive record of 63, four under their son. Clarence, and his Eng- par. four years ag while winning a bride, who arrived a short time "Big 'Sight'' competition, snagged I A program and lunch were four fcifcses while putting together j enjoyed and dancing concluded the a 71. evening. The British open champion has accepted an invitation to play in j the United States ooen champion- shin at Cleveland. June 33-15. the United States Golf Association an- nounced Wedresdav. TOMATO PLANTS We now hare tomato plants, earliest varieties, ready for distribution. Place orders Contracts for potatoes are still vpen. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block. b o c i o i SILLS SOME Campbell loans Mines Inspector At Fernie Retires CRANBROOK, pioneer East Kootenaian and a resi- dent of Fernie for 45 vears, Harrv Miard, provincial nurse inspector since 1920, is retiring from this of- fice. He was born in France and came to East Kootenay in 1901 when he was employed by the railway, and then by Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company in its coal operations in the Fernie district. He served with the French army overseas in the First Great War and was a prisoner of war until the Armistice. He returned here in 1919 and was ap- pointed mines insaector. Succeeding him m the Inspection in the Crow's Nest Pass area is Robert Bonner. Sr.. inspector in the Cumberland district. Mr. Bonner was company superintendent for the Crow's Nisst Pass firm in its Michel operations for several years. IMPROVING SHOP Gar- eau, who purchased the blacksmith shop from Tony Wagner, is instal- ling several new machines, and other up-to-date equipment. Here's the jjettcr, safer way to get ready cash. For yonr pro- tection, Campbell Loans in- clude Life Insurance to the unpaid loan balance. la case of death TOOT family is thus relieved of all obligation for your loan- The complete balance is automatically paid off by the insurance company. Campbell Finance-Corporation is the only loan company to provide this valuable protec- tion- Aad there is NO EXTRA COST for this outstanding feature. For your greater convenience, Campbell Finance allow reoay- ment terms up to 2O and 24 months On loans 300 and up 2O months are allowed, and 24 months for loans and up. This means that you can repay your loaa in nominal monthly amounts oa a soundly planned basis. With the high level of taies and Increased cost of living, longer Campbell terms are most helpful in systematic debt reduction. From our rnzny repayment plans a qualified Campbell ex- pert can help yoa to choose just the right one to fit joxr special needs. Campbell loan costs are ssow ic the low esc lerel in oar hb- torv. Oaljr t few here, of how pnciiaJ it it to borrow at Ciiapbetl finzsce. For oa any aaount from to JIOOO phone or oor_ nearest oSce. Remember, life Insur- ance protectioa Is included in all quotations. It costs yon notcinjt extra. Prime interview rooms are always available to allow the greatest frcedoai for discussion. Campbell Finance provides a choice for borrowers with four different, types of loans. Married couples can borrow money quickly without endorsers. Loans oa your signature only (up to are fast and simple to get. Also loans on various common types of security require no endor- sers. From our four kinds of loans you can easily select plan that will fill every require- ment. Of ail the people in Canada who borrow from licensed lenders, 1 out of every 4 uses Campbell specialists in per so ail loans for over IS vears. SELECT MONTHLY BEPflTHENT HERE 2 j 12 IS j 2i 2t MwnthKi Mwithst Mvnths t j j J2S.7S j 3t.ll i U.M 1 40 are oolr examples of the xnamr aroocnis to cbooie from. PayiEcpta will repay loins coospleicly. Inciutiiiir life Ifuimcce. Any loan covts less if. paid faster than tyUnoea. All reflect Campbell's rate redocuoos. Kites oa of less conjidcrablr below lejal cuxicnua. HOOTS f TO 5 OK IT CASH WITHW 24HOQH 44 OfFICCS M 41 CANADfAN OTTK Suite 1 Oliver Block 316 5th St. S. Phone 3031 QNftlD I J I S "T COIl I I I I S BROWNS GET RID OF THREE PLAYERS ST. LOUIS. May -St. Louis Browns Wednesday night dis- posed of three veteran players, handing pitcher Steve Sandra his outright release and sending out- fielder Lou Finney ar.d AI Milnar to the Philadelphia Phiiiies of the National league. Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2613 5 and 6 ACADlA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. S. Do You Suffer From Headaches? It is hard to struggle along -with a bead that aches and pains all the time. A headacbe need not be an illness in itself, but ii may be a irarpicg symptom that there is intestinal sluggishness withux I'D heip overcome the cause of headache it ia necessary to eliminate the waste matter from the system. Burdock Blood Bitters helps to remove the cause of headaches by regulating the digestive and biliary organs, neutralizing acidity, regulating the constipated bowels and toning up the sluggish liver, and when this has bren accomplished the headaches should disappear. Get B. B. B. at any drug counter. Price a bottle. I Tie T. Mffljum Co., LumtwJ, Toronto, Oat j FARMERS You save money by bringing your work to experts. Times are still uncertain. No one can be sure when new machinery will be available. Therefore, you will want skilled, careful repairing and maintaining of your farm equipment. Our first-class, fully-equipped machinery repair shop and experienced workmen will service your machinery to make it last, will do all your running repairs with an efficiency you can depend on. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED 1621 THIRD AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE PARLOR for your Next Kair Do. AH work guaranteed. _____Phone 3352. VOGUE" BEicTY SHOP" Sireei North. lir'viw i-4. Ci-i-i-.. PIANO TCXIXG GEKABD HOEK5TRA Phase 3355. 1505-4th Are. S. RADIO REPAIRS Phone 3232 BABT BCCCY REPAIRS BABY BCGGY wheels retired, re- paired and trued. Sevice while joa i I BERT MAC'S g2- Where they build up the cerfcrmanee of jour sha Charges. i 315-TTh Sz- 5. wait. BERT 315-Tth St. S. Phoce 3232. 331 BICYCLE REPAIRS BARRETTS EXPSHT APPUASCS REPAIRS- ALL PASTS AND WORKMANSHIP GCA3ANTS2D. CLAHKS oLSSL PHON2 1528 BRING YOCK 3ICYCLS to best equipped shop :n the south, j Parts and accessories for all makes i _ C.C J.L. American. Ksglash. carr.ed HSPAIR3 TO Ali. in stoc'i. i MAKSS RADIOS. HEARING BERT Jt MAC'S AIDS and APPLIAXCaS. 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. j 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4333. 1173 382 CABINET MAKING Counter Fixtures and Gecerai LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. Ave. South. Phone 3553. a RADIATOR REPAIRS _ LEVIIIED I HARRISOM-McCOHD Radiator i Service- Repairing, cleaning. re-Cor- in? with original eqaipnasriv cores. IH-Sth St. S. Phcns 4121. and tovs paired. Nk-Nac Shop. 415A-3T3 St. South. Phone 3553. 102 1522 CEMETERY MEMORIALS I REFRIGERATION Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Seeds, 325-8th St. S. 1532 REFRIGSHATION Sales Service. asd I. 2L Jones. Phone CONTRACTORS ISwo- iS4 RE-TREADING Re-capping and Rfi-treacizs Tires. NORTH LETHBKIBSE MOTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS _____Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. NEW LAWNS Phone 4253.________1270 All necessary material on hand; modem equipment: also lawn Ail" mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone Modern and Best Stjnip- 2110. 122S BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. 2077. G. H. Lambert. Phone 323 CLEANTKG SERVICE ped Shop fa the South." J. A. JAKDlSTS TIRE STjPPLT. 402-lst Avenue South, Paons 135? ROOFING For Spring Cleaning, call vour Full- er Brush Man. Phone 4241. 213 i DENTISTS DR. A. C. AHKENS DENTAL SURGEON. PURITY DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 44S2. 263 CHARLTON HILL 30t-9th St. S. Phone 25S9 165? ROOFING. acd Heg. Jones and Rex Dace- Phone 4350 1333 REPAIRS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs by careful workmen. ilcSen- zie EJectric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3S29. 514-7ta Ave. South. US 24 Hour Service oa All Makes of GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES ivEavtag Sales and Service. 317-ath Street South. Phone 4455. 3S9 SEWTVG MACHINES KEBEK ELECTRIC 7IO-6th St S. I REPAIR all makes of machines. Electrical Contractors. Radios and' guaranteed. Singer Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. Machine 620 3rd Ave. 3. Phone 1596 FARM LIGHTING 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3843 or 3758. 1720 FLOOR SANDING MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All wcrk guaranteed.___1055 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt ServiCS. Sirger Se-iag Machine Co. S2O 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. 320 DHSSSilAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GHAHAM, Phone 44S4. 122 McFarlami B3dz. BUTTON-HOLES. TTors: gnarantseii ilrs. R. Hams, 14 Devon Conn. Phone 2S32. S3 LOKNE LONG. PHONE 2563. Vfs -a-elcome out of to-sri business SHOE REPAIRS FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Worfc Guaranteed. PEKCT HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Mace New. 20 Tears Experience. 137-14th St, N. 1174 STEV5TS SEO3 REPAIR SHOP S. Phone 3S55. 501 Expert Shoe Reuairs Shop 714-3rd Ave, S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. 951 LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Ha; 330-13th Si. N. Phone 2770. 1335 Phone 2532. TILING FURNITURE .MOVING MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, crating, PacSmg, Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2037. S. 430 FURRIERS _ _ TILES (Asphalt) Supplied and laid by experienced crafisiraii. PSHCT HAMILTON, 137-14th Si North. Pkone 2532. 453 TIME SHEETS GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEFT. Paoce 3203. 4S5 LUXURIOUS FUK COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyling. relirurts. cleaning and in- sured storage. cloth coats and dresses for everr occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP) "Famous for Finer Furs." GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner 6CM-3rd A-.esue Phocs 3275. i Service. 7SO McKenzie Slectric Ltd. Phcae 3637. i 253 GENERAL REPAIRS________ j____________________________ LAWNMOWSRS and SAWS Sharp- If HOLSTERY____________ enrd Surveying and Farm Levels j GRAHAM AND JELFS repaired. Lccksir.Uh Gunsmith. cheswrfield Upholstering Union Repair Shop 1233-3rd Ave S. and Repairing. 122JjTrucir Seats and Car Uphcisteriss. All guaranteed. Phone 3470. 1123 MOTORS. ELECTRIC Fuilv equipped shop, expen work- 406-otn St. S. man. "for the repair of fractional j 9 VULCANIZING____ and three phase motors. .TRACTOR. McKenue Electric Ltd. Phoce i Guaranteed. Use bei: _______________._ "-i spUcirj; New and Used Tires. INSULATING AND ROOFING j NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTOSS We in applvmg Rock 1 AND AUTO WRECKERS Wool Insulation ar.d Asphal: Shin-1 GOODYEAR Dealer. jles to buildings, old or new. Sx- j _ Phone pertenced crews on the ;ob the year "xire Fepairs and Vulcanises all Kinds. Beit Splicing. Complete Tire J. A. JARDINE'S TIEE StTPLY 02-1st Avenue South. Phoce 35SO. 1655 round. Western Howe Improvement Co. 3 Staftord Phone 2353. __________181 ALL WORK C a Brown, care Bgwti's Musical WHEEL_AUGXIXG_ Shon Stop Service Station Brake Service. 4th Ave.-3th Phone 4157. 550 FRED a speciality, j 604-6th St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 BRITISH TENNIS TEAM NOW CHOSEN SURBITON. May WATCH REPAIRS___________ Expert Watch and C'.ocS MAC'S WATCH Ccoldale. 1572 WELDING ______. it- i team Wednesday Cup with a 6-3. 6-1 victory over Mrs. P. H. Vivian Mrs. Kay Stammers Menzies and Mrs. Jear. Bostock are I the other members of the team j which will compete for the Ameri- can-held trophy. Selection of the _____r. Service, Guaranteed Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. S. doubles teams was deferred until i 210 1st Avenue. Saturday. I We change the rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS Fhoae 2544 1590 ;