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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1946 Jf 60th Anniversary Of Lodge Marked MACLEOD. Alberta Lodge No. 3, A. P. AJKL. cele- brated its 60th anniversary on Mon- day. MaV 27. iBrhen representatives of every lodge in the district with some others from Cal- gary. A banquet was held in t he Aerodrome riming room, after which the lodge assembled in the lodge room where a second degree iras exemplified. Past Grand Masters G. EL Cruickshanks of Hsllcrest. and Yen. Archdeacon S. H. Middleton of St. Paul's school. Cardston, with DJXG.M. M. McMillan of Cowley. with several past district deputy grand masters tfsre in attendance and addressed the members of the craft. P.D-D.G.M. G. R, Davis delivered an interesting address of the history of the lodge inaugurated May 27, 1888, which had been prepared by Dr. A. H. N. Kennedy, who iras un- avoidably absent. Refreshraents were served In the lodge rooms following the meeting which was attended by approxi- matelv oce hundred members of the craft. Land Sales Made By Pincher Council PINCHER regular meeting of the Pincher Creek town council was held on Monday evening with Mayor Cum- berland in the chair and all coun- cillors present. Several more pro- perties were sold for building pur- poses. One sale went to a returned veteran for the sum of which is the policy of this council in dealing with returned men. The largest sale went to the Pincher Creek Co-operative Association for School Festival At Bow Island Cause Soil Drift Is Given Study HILLSPRING- (KNS) An agricultural meeting and a oneway four hundred school children from disc tiller demonstration was held! Bow Island, Wiucifred and Con- here Monday afternoon under the; querville schools part in a noa- DISTRICT NEWS PAGE ITV1 BOW i four hundred school children from Busy Southern Alberta direction of Wallace Kansea. dis- trict agriculturist. A lecture was given Sn the church Sail on soil drifting and j how to overcome it. It was brought t competitive festival here on the afternoon of May 23. Program! items were chosen from singing, i dramatics, physical education. SEW CAFE OFEXE0 cafe under the sev management of Mrs. I Velma Person and Even Harker JiacJ its o5icial opening Thursday. INJURED MAN RECOVERC DIAMOND Community Sale Success, Warner com- munity sale sponsored by tee Home _ and School association on May 24 soon as was a decided success. The cora- sufiiciest material can be obtained.! manity responded nobly and much cement, sidewalks will run all the 1 credit is due the t h IMPROVE SIDEWALKS Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service in touch ACCOCNTAXTS Dwea to lhe regular school work, and "Al n' w OoodnchVe elad to' ead of ices so generously, was greatly ap- SFKMSSSrgSSr.? by Coaldale resides, and sad! -ra-enis ana froal received in------------------------ tO lor a projec- SB I way front Coaldale Mais street to j charge for their capable way of the Coaldale hospital. The part j hanoUiax sacce. Frank Waits, as finished at present, reaching the s auctioneer, who donated his serv- i v-t A i 'south end of the tillage, is much] ices so generously, was greatly ap- j 1 C4SYI rajjp-s i H. W. MEECH AGENCIES AcadSa Block. 3rd Arenas South. Income Tax 3043. WELLINGTON BEOS, "The Decor- jaiors." __ i liWIiCiV .ITCieUUk up evaporation of moisture arid soil mendg oi children .s.-ere very 1 pleased no see samples of the splen- Tae demonstration on the use VQr3t te eoiie to iH 3 -r-____________.___> .1___ and proper tirafs of the oneway was j then shown oa the farm of Dean The meeting was exceptionally well attended with farmers Iroai neighboring districts also present- eel ery frooj ins injury received in the mine. BRIDE-TO-BE HONORED Magrath School ti wO i. DcliiX CVlitr 111 _ m Is was rescued ihat IHOX SPRINGS- also a success, and added the Magrath High Schoo: sr.d ta their funds. With Use mosey Alumni, assembled sn the High r-om the sale acd iusea oooth over for the sixteenth ansivers- jggo Has realized. AIK CONDITIONING__________ 1 FREEL SHEET METAL McClary furaace aad modem air- i See our Qoor display j 1329! 33st. 1907. For 247Z Res. Sn S.1J53 FTRTH BROS. Paining acd PaifitJuj. Qaick Sstiaiates Gitea on RoofSf Stucco Houses, Bana Buildings. Phone 3731. 715-i7th St. K. 75 CHAKLTOX HE.I, i LEX BXCCHET PaintJng, Paper- AVTO WRECKERS 234 various he felt there had been very definite improvement since the first non-competime iestiiai here last year. Bow Island WJ. and the country might go together on the project. Other general business of the town was discussed with a view on sev- eral improvements including road- work, parks, nuisance grounds, etc. irere received. STUDY CANCER (HNS) paKIc meeting was held in the Second ward chapel last Sunday everarg- arranged by the cancer control a very ce- ____ ecterMnmcg program under the direction oi mistress ceremonies. Miss Kola MaUcic. The feature event of the evenlrg was the tribute paid to the Almr.r.i who gave their lives in the conflict j just passed, and the lighting of the BOW (ESS) Mrs. symptoms and causes of cancer. Stella Daine of Coaidale was the j CHURCH IS MOVED guest speaker at a reorganization! BOW All meeting of the Women's Institute saints Anglican church was moved here on Tuesday afternoon, when j from its location on the highway the following officers were installed: j lax- week to a new location across committee under the chairmanship birthday cake which was prepared i of Wm. Bennett. Dr. A. ThorapkSns i by "grade ten girls. was the guest speaker and gave a j------------------------------i very educational lecture on the! Painter Passes At Creston, B.C. CRANBROOK. B.C. Frank D. McSeerj. age 71. a resi- AGEXCV CHANGES HANDS MACLEOD Storey of Calgary__________. __. _____ the Oliver Agencv. has purchased directors, Mrs. A. E. Tunsuu. Mrs. E the Massey-Harris'business in Mac- j W. Casvrell; auditors, Xrs. R. I __ _ leod formerly conducted by Smney j Thomas. Mrs. Nugent. _ .ID. Holroyd on Wednesday night i various local hotels. ''r lass was "a decided success." Twelve 1 banquet put on b-- the 1 completed a number of large Sand- an.d their supervisor." Mrs.; scape paintings which are hung in Miller. Both men are veterans of j Thirteen ladies signed up [The Farmers' Corner) SOW MORE FEED CROPS The Herald may be short on newsprint but right now the farmers and ranchers of Southwestern Al- the R.C.A-F. iir. Miller vriil turn i membership, and all enjoyed a paper over the business on Fridav and j on "Education" bv Mrs. Daine. Mrs. Mitciieil served lunch, assist- ed by Mrs. A. Millar. Mrs. Thoraas snd Mrs. TunstaU were appointed delegates to attend the constitu- ency convention to be held in Ooal- on June 14. Next meeting will be at the home 01 Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Vasselin will be lunch, hostess. soon after will leave to eater busi- ness at Olcs with his brothers who conduct the Massey Harris, Dodge and other agencies as that point. South Teachers Plan Outing __________ ______ He was bom in Nova Scotia and giris arid nine fathers attended and lived in many parts of Canada be- thev served a hot chicken supper. 1 fore coming here about 1929. Sur- after which a program was enjoyed, j viving him are two sisters. Mrs. R. IMPROVE STATION w. Norwood and Mrs. A. HeSernan, waiting room, as the C.P-R. depot here is be- ing renovated and lined with t'onno- conna board. The general super- intendent, the superintendent and Mr. Lowe, the assistant superintend- ent, were in Macleod Wednesday and held a "Safety" meeting with pic- tures to illustrate. CLINIC AT WARNER WAHXSR is hoped that a large number will taka ad- at London. Out. FARMER. BREAKS LEG IRON Norman is a patient in St. Mich- ael's hospital with a broken leg- The accident occurred while he was making ditches on his fane. V Belt DRIVES A Siz Vz U 10 In. to 100 1m. 30 B Siz 2H to 13 la. 30 to 100 la. inch. We also design and sup- ply multiple belt drives. Stocks now fairly complete. MCKENZIE Electric Ltd, PHONE 3637 Man aad phone orders prompt attention. should be looking over the situation and deciding about growing more feed. Barley and oats for grain and oats f or greeirfeed should be sown by every farmer on the teachers- conven- D. A. Gaboon, president of the sub-local as chairman. Jay Ham- 01 Magrarh, president of the A.T.A., was present. He gave and rancher who has valuable livestock to protect against next winter's feed requirements. Some of that land already summerfallowed, if it is clean, should be sown to coarse grain or to greenf eed. Servant of Agriculture Lethbridge Experimental Station In live stock production proper breeding and proper feeding are of great itnoortance but economy of production ssill is determined by good general management. This term covers a multitude of factors such as proper housing, sanitation, parasite control, and the general handling of various classes of stock for a balanced "utilisation of labor, land, and facilities. By and large still handle stocfc as we did twenty-five years ago and yet evi- dence from other sources indicate that changes might be desirable. For example, in 1945 a new method of sheep tick control was tested and though there still are a few re- finements to make in procedure it looks very promising. The more widespread use of cover croos, even under irrigation as a follow-up on canning pea land, fall pasturing of rape seeded with a spring grain crop and developed after the grain has been harvested, better management of stock on irri- gated and foothills pastures, and numerous similar problems are slated for attention by the animal husbandly division, at the Leth- bridge Experimental Station. Pre- liminary work has been done on some of these problems but a pro- gressive program now be under- taken as a man has been added to the animal husbandry staff for this purpose. This man is W. If. (Norman) JlacNaughton who really isn't new to the Station but has now re- turned from duty with the Mr. MacNaughton comes from Ran- furly, Alberta, where he was raised on a mixed farm, and became fami- liar with a great variety of fanning activity. After completing high school he attended the Vermilion School of Agriculture and with a diploma safely tucked away he pro- ceeded to the University of Alberta. tion he attended in behalf of the teachers of the St. Mary River di- vision m Calgary last, Easter. Calvin Merklev. who also attended the convention reoresenting the Card- ston sub-local, gave a report. IVilbura, Van Ormaa then gave a report on the teachers' delegation that met with the divisional board of the St. Mary River division. He stated that no agreement as to salary schedules had yet been reached. A social was planned for all the teachers and partners in the Sr. i Mary River Division. The party be in the form of an outing 10 be held at Waterton Park June 8. From Cardstop. D. A. Allred is to j be in charge of the baseball games. Rovran Stutz to be in charge of ladies' soitoail and D. A. Cahoon to choose the site and make all arrangements for the social ai the park. Hold Funeral of Late Thos. Parsons KATAL-, B.C. (HNS) Tile funeral 01 the late Thomas Parsons, who died at the Eugene hosniial at Craatroofc. took place at Michel re- cently with the funeral procession leaving the family residence ana proceeding to the Roman Catholic chapel at Natal, where the funeral services were conducted by Father Brophy of Michel: At the grave- side services were la charge of the i R.A.OJB. lodge of which deceased' was a long member. Deceased was 84 years of age, j bom in Staffordshire. England, on March 1, 1862. He leaves to mourn two sons. Albert, who recently re- turned after serving overseas with the Canadian army, and Henry of ters. on Saturday and uie J children on Monday. j LIONS DIRECT DRIVE j (HNS) Coleinan j Lions have taken charge of the; National Clothing Drive in Coleman i and district which starts June IT to June 29. The committee chair- man is M. W. Cooke who is already j engaged in making preparations for j the drive. All homes will he thor- j oughlv canvassed and already the j public is being asked to search unwanted clothing that will still be j suitable for the drive. JUST ARRIVED Direc: the manufacturers a small shopmen! of Table Lamps with China and Pottery In several beautiful designs and colors. Also a. large variety of TriLite and table lamp shades in silks and parchments at BARRETTS HOME APPLIANCES WELDING FOR PORTABLE or SHOP WELDING Phone 3899 Richards Welding 323-3rd St. S. Lethbridje TV. 3f. MacNAtJGHTON (Livestock Production and Management) There he specialized In Animal Husbandry, helped with some of the experimental projects, and" gradu- ated with the B.Sc. degree in 1940. He came to the Experimental Sta- tion as Graduate Assistant in Ani- mal Husbandrv in December of that year and was given a thorough i a Tiibmason Of Michel" Mrs', work-out wnen the respnsibuities! p of Colema- AJta of that department were thrown on j H fiarhmr nf him during the six months absence ismre of K. Rasmussen. He continued as i He' rp'zardpri at nno o> Graduate imul Septan- Milels sTrLght ber. 1941, when he joined the to from old From until Decem- during TChjch time he wjrked in the ilichel mines for many years. HERE AT LAST DOMINION ROYAL Farm Tractor Tires Change your tractor over from steel to rubber now so that you can pull heavier loads with greater ease and comfort. Kun your tractor in or bring in your wheels and we will do the rest. J, A. Jardine's Tire Supply 401 First Avenue S. Phone 3580 Lethbridge, ber 1945, he was on active service immediately to the Station staff. LETHBRIDGE EXPERIMENTAL FARM WEEKLY LETTER HAY AXD HAYING MACHINERY The past few years have placed a decided emphasis on labor and machinery problems. A great deal of attention has been paid to ma- chinery improvements necessary to bring 'hay harvesting operations on to a more equal footing with most cereal crops. Many producers are finding the buck rake-overshot stacker machine combination quite satisfactory for their purposes. A new unit that appears to be taking a rapid foot- opics hold in Southern Alberta is the sweepstacker. A recent survey on this machine indicates that one man can stack an average of 10.o tons per 10 hour day. Where two JJatal Order of Buffaloes. The i many floral wreaths showed that deceased was held in high esteem throughout the entire communitv. DRAW ON JULY 1 K1MBERLEY. fHXS) Drawing for the KimberJey and District Memorial Society Uciets on _in prizes, following many j months' sales campaign, has now man crews' were used, one on the i stack and one on the stacker, the i civic average is placed conservatively at i will ir.ciude are writing this a week before it appear in print. Be- ing great believers in this as a great "next year" ccuiitry, are hopeful that before it ap- pears in print the change of the moon will have brought ram in Quantity. We haven't had a good general rain any- where m the West this season. If the rasns do not come Western Canada will live throueh bui a great section of the world which depends on us for wheat and meats will go hur.ery. A long drought now would be a calamity to the whole world. And while it would be a calamity here, too, we have oacklosrs oi grain and meats which would leave us with enough and to spare. We hope our readers will put up with an abbreviated "Farm Page" for a few weeks until the newsprint situation clears. In common with the rest of the news in the paper the Farm Page news is being greatly cur- tailed, but uc will carry on the regular features of the page. 24 tons per ten nours day. The utility of the sweep stacker can be greatly increased by the I addition of one or more buck rakes. This combination of machines has the advantage that the stacker has only a short haul to the stack and out again to pick up the piles left by the sweep. For best results the sweep should be powered to run at from 5 10 7 miles per hour. Esti- mates of the amount of hay han- dled per dav by a sweepstacKer and buck rake runs from 30 to 35 tons per ten hour day. This ol course varies considerably with lighter or heavier yields of hay. Xo matter what method har- vesting is used the final objecaic is the production of high quality oilier words high feed valu; The first step in the harvest is to cut the hay at an early stage.. The best, guide is to mow just when the blooms start to appear ar.d not later than the 10 per cent bloom stage. Tests shown the early cut hay to be lusher !n protein than hay cut at a later stage. The second important sifo :s proper curing. Racing ;he hay be- fore the swath surface become? bleached and the leaves brittle win prevent much leaf loss. The final step is to place the hay in large well formed stacks. Tne fides shouic: slope ouw.ard from tSie base the stack is topped. The centre of the stack should be kept and well tramped during stacking. Thus when the stack settles it will tend to shed ram to the outside. A great deal of hay has been lost by poorly made stacks with water pockets on top. The aim of all growers should be to produce the highest quality hay possible. Good hay gives good feeding and commands a better pnce on the market. civic celebration .....__ the last two days iif June." STEEL WATER TANKS 500-GALLON GALVANIZED STEEL WATER TANKS WITH MANHOLE FOR SALE BY LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS CO. "CHINOOK BELT PIONEERS OF 1838." You save bringing experts. money by your -work to Savings And Service With A New Massey-Harris Farm Trailer You will find tHat this trailer has all that you want; quiet, light-running gear. steel axles; stout, seasoned oak bolsters. easy loading, and to simplify changing from grain box, hay rack or other platform. Ibs. EQUIPPED with combination horse and trailer pole. tires. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED 1621 THIRD AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE j MetACGHUN Caraje and i Wreckers. Ccrser cf 4th Ave. aaei 3rd Si Phone 2918. _________10 PARLCRS________ CALL SSAtTTT PARLOR for vour Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phor-e 3352. Interior and Sxtericr Modern ?acse 2453. MAKO TCXPCG GERARD HOEKSTKA Phone 3355. 1565-4U! Ave. jr. 1963 RADIO REPAIRS VOOCE BEAITY SHOP Street North. The jn Hatr _________Pbor-e 2237._________; BABY BUGGY REPAIRS Phone 3232 BERT MAC'S Where they build up the of your Charges. 325-7th Si. S. 3SO BARRETT'S BABY BCGGY sheels retired, re- paired trued. Sevice while you j KERT MAC'S SXP3RT RADIO APPLIAXC3 315-7th St. S PJsoKe 3232 REPAIRS. AH. PARTS AXD 331 WORICMAXSHIP GUARAXT2S3. BICYCLE REPAIRS 'j PHON3 BRIXG YOCP. 3ICYCLS to tt.e best equipped shop in the south. Para; and accessories fcr ali makes Jil., earned :r. stock. BERT .t MACS 315-7th St. 3. Phoiie 3232. 382 CABINET HAKIXG KEPLER'S GUARANTEED RSPAIRS TO Ali i MAKES RADIOS. HEARING j AIDS arji APPLIANCES. 322A 7tJ St. S. Phone 4333. 1173 RADLVTOR REPAIRS Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWOSKIXG CO. Sli-6th Are. South. Phone 3553. STORE AJTD OFFICE j household and children's and toys made, rcanished or re- paired. Mc-Xac Shop, 416A-3ro St. Phone 3558.____________102 i CE3IETERY MEMORIALS RADIATORS LJMTIH) HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Reaairing. cleaning, re-cor- ins with cores. m-8th St. S. Phors -4121. 1583 ROY'S RADLVTOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. Ee- 'semp, 327-3rd Ss. S. Phone 1522 Importers of Scotch Grariite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MOXUMENTAI. WORKS j Phone 3920. R. N'eeds, 323-8th S. !1833 REFRIGERATION COXTRACTORS RSFRIGERATIOX Sales Semce. I. EL Jones. Pfeoae 4555. 19G6-7th Ave. C.. Lethbridge. 194 RE-TREADIXG XEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; i fully modern equipment; also lawn j Re-capptog and Re-treading XORTH LETHBHIBGE MOTORS AXD ACTO WRECKERS Authorised GOODYEAR Dealer. Phons 4263. 1270 RETREADING. RECAPPING AND VTTLCASIZISG caowers ard clippers sharpened A. 1 "The Most Modem and Best Sqiiip- Barhman, Lawn Contractor. Phone ped Shop 5n tlse 2HO. 1225---------------------------------- BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. Lambert. Phone 20T7. 323 CLEANING SERVICE For Spring call ycur Full- er Brush lisa. Phone 4241. 213 ELECTRICAL COXTRACTORS Ali TYPES electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. McSen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKS 4 PINK Electrical contracting and I tor -srork. Phone 3923. 514-7th Ave. South. 118 J. A. JARDCfE'S TIRE SCPPLT. 402-lss Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1S57 ROOFING CHARLTOS BILL 3M-9th St. S. Phone 2593 1SS7 ROOFING. Siding and Insulation. Seg. Jones and Res Dace. Phone 4550 i2SS REPAIRS KEBEK ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S., _ Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired, phone 4574. 1 16S6 24 Hour Serrics on Ail Makes ci aAS SGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLL4NCES Maytag Sales and Servlcs. Phone 44SS. 399 i FARM LIGHTING i. j HO volt and 32 volt, engine driven j or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3348 or 3753. !_____________________________I72C FLOOR SANDING____________ i MERRICK BROS. I FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave, A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 __________ WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Se-alng Machine Co, 620 3rd Ave. S. Phons 2243. 321 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING- Prosips serrics. Singer Searing Machine Co. 520 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243.____________920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland 139 FLOORS SANDED AXD FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHOXE C569. We welcome out of to Am business. 90 BUTTON-HOLES. Mrs: R. Harris, 14 Devon Couri ___________Phone 2832._________33 SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SHOE REPAIH. SHOP 322-TUj Su. S. Phone 3S55. 501 i FLOOR SPECIALIST i Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished.' All Work Guaranteed. j PERCY HAMILTON i Old Floors and Stairs Made Sew. j 20 Years Experience. j 137-14th St. N. Phone 2532. _________________________ 1174 j FURNITURE MOViXG________ McLEAN TRANSFER i Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping I of Household Goods. Phone 20S7. __________640-6th St. S._______430 1 FURRIERS__________________. i LtTXURIOGS FOB COATS in the i latest styles, saving priced. Expert' restylicg. relinuig. cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses Tor everv occasion. i XEW YORK FUR Jt DRESS SHOP j "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Pcoae 3276.; 7SOi Expert Sboe Reooirs Shop 714-3rc Ave. S. Satisfacsory Wori. Scb Barra. ______________________________951 LEE DUCK. Taiiariag aaii Has wors. 330-13lh St. N. Phone 2770. 133S TILING TILES (Asphalt) Supplied and laid by experienced PERCY HAMILTON. 137-14ih St. Xarlh. Plicaa 2532. _ _ 453 TOIE SHEETS __ GARAGES. ATTENTION MECHANICS TEUE SHEETS earned in stock. Any cuantity. HERALD JOB DEFT. Fhons 3203. 485 _OENERAL___________________ and SAWS sharp- eced Surveying and Farm Levels repaired. Locksmith Gunsmltli. Union Repair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S. _ CLEANER- SERVICE GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleans; Servics. All naaSes. Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 252 ELECTRIC _ oiK shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractianal j and three phase motors. j McKeazie Electric Ltd. Phone 3S37. UPHOLSTERY AND ROOFING to appc-ins Roc's Wool and Shin- to baildicgs. old or -fw Ex- ocrlsccecJ crews on the job the year round. j Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Pnoae 2S53. 1 131 _ _ ALL WORK C DONE J. S- Brown, care Brown's Musical __ ____--____ FITTIXG FRED Repairs" a S04-6th St. S. Phone 2735. GRAHAM AND JELFS UpioisteriTig and Repairing. Track Seats and Car Upholsterinj, FUHiisating. Ail work auaranreed. St. S. Phone 3470. 1128 VULCANIZING_____________ TRACTOR, Truck Car Tire Vui- caruring. Line New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAS Dealer. Phone -.253._______1370 of Tire Rersirs ar.d Vi all Kirds. Bel: SpUcias. "A Complete Tire J. X JASDrXE-S TIRE SUPPLY 402-lst Areaue South. 35SO- 1331 WHEEL AUGXIXG STALLION GOES TO U.S. A car -Rrsth trailer riding stabies .1. i Mont, was Macleod on j Wednesday en route u> Iron: where a saddle horse will be transport ed to ihe stables at :he ladies cnving a tougn time over the new road from Coutts up. __ Scon Stop Service SrsSe I Serviee. 4ih Ss. Paone 41S7. j __ __ 5SO WATCH REPAIRS _____ Expert Watch and" Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP. ttELDIXG Pho'se for PortaKa Welding. Prompt Service, Guaranteed Worse. Richard's Welding, 323 St. a 1351 entire production of the New- Renown Mills, occupying the form- er Spiiler's on Bonnybrook j j m, Calgary, will be shipped to j the Orient to relieve the critical j i food shortage. I s or wheels to rinss suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PEODt'CTS 310 1st Avenne. Phone 2544 1590 NEWSPAPER! ;