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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL Should Farmer SAFE WEST AND SOUTH, POOR NORTH AND EAST IbT available accomrcodatton and j who wil bring in about s SSASffilNew Evidence In Barrs Trial to capacity. At Waterloo J-'a'ionali Pa-k the Prince of Wales hocei is', being reooenea by tie Great Nortli- I a taro-dsy tour of Alberta. Chesier. Results of Survey In the area rscrth and east B'-reaa. t Alreacv nsrrr summer camps la Manitoba are booked to capacity! Eufi others report an increasirLg de- mand for reservations. j Already the firs: trickle of 194S -ourists "has reached Fort frances; in aorth-aesters Ontario and the' luaior chamber of commerce has called on resicer-ts of the wa-a to helo solie the uon proolem by cots in attics torches or spare rooms, ilariv ivterars nave open- ed new camps in the dis- j met. j ALBEETA OtTLOOK j Alberta, -nhich boasts such tour- ist meccas as Banff. Jasper. Lake i Losnse ears. Among others sr-e is SSJT- nred by her Husband. Alaert Seal of Mils River. Thomas property at 2 pjn. Feb.! 14. the altemooa of the fire which destrojed the Thomas house. i Mrs. Swickis testified they had' examined the sundial, near where] the axe found about 3 P. G. Parry, the same day. C. EL Sojith. K.C, defence coun- sel, cross-examined CpL T. B. Rich- ards and CpL J. P. Bonner of the. RC.MP. CpL Ricaards adtaitted! the nea- plans had some extra paths I shoim on them uhich -sere shoTxn on the ses prepared for the] firs; tnaL OFFICEKS TORONTO. Aphl t S. Fisher of the Ottawa Citizen! is as elected president of the Cana- Daily Newspapers Association a; the annual meeting here. First Yice-presideat is H. G. Kunber of the Toronto Globe and sec- ond vice-president is H. Garner of the Peterborough Examiner, and Vf. J. J. Butler of the Globe and Mail named treasurer. Al- berta, directors are Hon. W. A. Buchanan. Lethbndge Herald; P. C. Galbraith, Calgary Herald, and W. A. MacDonald. Edmonton Journal. 8-12 TIRES LIKE TO SELL Trimbles For Tires 316-llUi St. 2007 Notice To AU Service Personnel And Their Wives You are invited to meet repre- sentatives of oar committee at Y.M.C.A. any Thursday be- tween tie hours of S and Our committee trill ba glad to help you ia any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee Everyone can save at SAFE WAY P-S paz B, crimp in the creams of other operators. But i despite these cra-srbacks, Csnadfans are ready to. give the visitors a hearty "welcome and to entertain them to the limi; of ac- commodations. The Ontario Travel and Tourist Bureau reports the province ex- pects at leass American tourists from, neighboring states this year. There were Isss year. COCKTAIL BAIT Some supporters of the new On- tario liauor bill to establish cock- tan lounges in the five big cities of iaa province have, suggested, it urn! increase Ontario's tourisc traffic Meetings The regular meeting of Viaduct Lodge Xo. 53, I.O.O.F., -wiE be held in the Odd FeHo-srs "SaW. on Tuesday evening. April 9th at 8 o'clock. All members requested to attend. Krst degree. Visitors Deaths oa AprU 7th, Sobert, seed 74 -ears, beloved husband of Mrs. Jans Kennm of St. K. Sernces -snll oe held in Sfarfan, Bros. Chapel on TFed- nesday ac 2 PJIL, the Rev. B. lla- go-cran and the Eev. W. Coofee of- ficiating. Intennetit in the family plot. Mountain View cemetery- Mar- tin. Bros, directors of funeral ser- TlCe. 12S8 from the United States by ing these liitors who formerly to Queoec they could; bur a drink they Quebec reports this year's tour- Ist picture Is very attractive." Amonst these expected are people; from inanv para of the United J States and" Canaca -XC.Q take sum- mer courses in French. Reports from the Mantimes indi- cate B. "tremendous influx" of tourists this year, many in search of angling-. "Neir BmnsTvick and Nova Scotia expect traffic on their scenic drties to lakes and ocean besches to set ce-sr records. Pnnce sesrard Island is loo-cng for a 25-ner cent, increase over tourist trace in. 1945 about 30.000 nersons visiied the and seen: "close to Of that; for hotel ac- commocauon of various kinds at beach resorts. "Western Canaca. too. looks for- ard to a bountiful harvest of tour- iss collars. "We expecs yesr visitors numbers be limited only lJJO Montreal..........45 29 Toronto..........46 32 "White River........41 29 .11 Port Arthur........36 31 .23 Kenora..........37 23 .11 "Winnipeg Brandon Toriicn Estevan Besina 47 22 45 13 .04 33 17 44 19 JLO .12 KITCHEN CRAFT FLOUR Regular White and Vitamin B White 7-lb. ia the city on Sunday, April 7th, "William sged 65 years, beloTed father of Mr. Arthur TJIrich of Champion. The remains be forararded to Champion on Tuesday for inter- ment in the family plot, llartoi Bros, directors of funeral serace. 12S9 iloose Jaw 43 22 .5! Saskatoon 4S 25 Prices Albert 41 13 -Slciona 49 35 .02 North Bartieford ..43 25 Current 44 S3 .10 Medicine Hat 45 30 .13 leifabncge 43 24 .07 CalEarv 45 26 .04 Dnibhener 46 23 .20 Edmonton 40 23 .16 j Fairview 27 25 Grande Prairie 34 29 Jasnsr 47 25 Prince George 46 36 Prince issuers 50 34 3.1 Xaicloops 56 42 Vancouver 51 40 .03 Xstnbndge region: Clear and Eigh today at Lethbridge 57. Moderate souiaeast winds 15 m.pJi. increasuig to 25 nupJi. ntid- day then shifting to moderate soTith-west -KTrds 15 rn tne afternoon trestern portion. Mecjane Sat ana Coronation re- gion: Osar ana tranner. High, to- day at Medicine Hat 55 and Coro- nation 50 Moderate southeast 10 m.p-h. increasing 20 m.pji. by midday Cien decreasiEg to 1 after darSi You don't need to be an expert to save at Safeway. Even a child, filling Mother's shopping list, can buy to advantage. Because it's our policy to keep all prices low, you can choose your favorite brands, your preferred quality, and yet make regular savings. You get more for your money at Safeway. DfGdCl Polly Ann assorted .......................Loaf OC ilcGavin's assorted ...................Loaf 9c Xob Hill ...............................Lb. 40C I kJ3fTI Argood Stravrberry .4-lb. Tin Edwards' Drip or A Q WOTTGO Regular Grind..................1-lb. Tin TtOC 1 Airway, Fresh Roasted ..........Lb. O JLC rillt C3K0 Stinson's, 2 Ibs......Each 85C Empress Pure ....24-oz. Jar April Food Ideas away at the home qn Sunday, April 7th, Evert, aged 82 years, of Mar arch. Funeral ssrvzces will be conducted from tee Christian Reform Church near Monarch, on Wednesdav, April 10th at p-m., Hev. P. Hoek- stra offidatlEe. Interment in the Monarch cemetery. Christsnsen Bros, funeral oirectors. I30i CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. APRIL 8 a-way in the city on April 6th, Linda Dariine, aged 2 months, beloved infant daughter cf Mr and iirs Peter! rieshanff of this city. Funeral ser- j tices be conducted from the J Raymond 1st Ward on Acril 9th at j 2 pjn. Interment in the" Haymsnd j cemetery. Christensen Bros, funeral directors. 3352, a'sray Jn tre city on Saturday, April 6th, Smiiy pan- cv, aged SI vears. beloved, of Albert "Seal of Milk Biver. Funeral services triE be in iEik Hiver on Tuesday. Anill 9th a; 2 I Hev. Victor Smith officiatsng. Interment in the family plot ia the ids Hiver cemetery. ChristenEen Bros, funeral directors. 1303 O'clock Favorites. anri the Pirates. and Local News. Serenade. of Music. to Svening. Patterns. Theatre. Ne-ts. Cavalcade, House. NS-RS. Mta Singers. to Program, Orchestra. OFF. TCESDAT, APRIL 9 ftCT OR NIGHT CHAPEL CHRISTENSENBBOS. PHONE 28O2 NEWSPAPER! Water Upper Club. Breaivfasi Club. Mart-ai Moments. National News. Weatherman's Hcporl acd Momir.g Xews. Martial ilonsents. Road of life. Church in the TTil George's Wlfe. Lucy Lciton. The Crrttal Calendar. Big Sister, Hi' Xeignbor Melodic Mood. The Happy Gang. 11 -45 Stars To Be. 12.00 Luncheon Lounge. The A C She's-. 12 World News. 12.45 Noon Tune Novelties, A Woman cf America. Ma Perkins. Pepper Young. Modern Romances. Kit Review. Etheiwyn Hoboes. 2.30 Music for Miladi. Request Program. Western Five. Range Round-Up. Serve any cut of Safeway meat; if it fails to please you all your money back. We sell only Red Special and Blue Commercial Beef I "DOilC OIG2K Or Porterhouse ...........Lb. 39c Economical Pot Roast.....Lb. Chuck Roast Prime Rib Roast Sirioin Tip Roast Lt See SHORT RIBS For braising........ SLICED SALMON Cohoe .Lb. 13c 35c 35c Miscellaneous Needs SLICED HALIBUT Medium BRISKET BOIL or Plate LAMB CHOPS LAMB SHOULDERS Half or whole ..............Lb. Grade A Large Doz. 39c r 1UIT1S Monica Red, 20-cz. .........2 tins i LCOJLS Harper tin 1 C i. C3. aanrerfaury .................1-Ib. carton DOC "C2lCn.CS castle Crest............20-oz. tm AuC jHd Alberta ..................Ub. lobby's Vegetable, 10-oz........3 tins Grape Juice Palinolive, reg. size .........4 cakes Muffets Afi Bran 21c Corn Flakes Peanuts ,29c 18c Old Salt ................Tin HC Meat Spreads S? 13 c Kraft Dinner PRODUCE Almonds Beef Stew Sardines Shellsd .........4-oz. pkg. Bums .........16-oz. tin Expert buyers have chosen carefully the fresh produce that is offered at Safeway. Australian Cooking 2 1 Firm Crisp Heads Lb. TOMATOES Mexican Field Lb. 30c CAULIFLOWER California Snowball ...Lb. 19c IOC Carol Drake tells how to plan dinners If you often wonder just what to have for dinner, why not make yourself a Menu- Maker? Start out by jotting down every dish your family likes (a good time to do this is when you're hungry) and add to it from time to time. Here are some sugges- tions to get you started. OPENING COURSES cocktail with tomato sauct cocktail with Thousand Island dressing broth with barley of vegetable soup bean soup with tbfn slice of Isaion broth MAIN COURSES fish fillets lamb chops ham slice with marmalade glaze lamb riblets loaf frosted with mashed potato chicken pie stew and dumplings liver and onions veal shoulder with combread stuffinf STARCHES brown potatoes new potatoes noodles grits rice VEGETABLES with hot mayonnaise in orange sauce with lemon butter peas and mushrooms pudding SALADS and green onion with French dressing Cinnamon apples with cream cheese balls onion and cucumber with lemon French dressing Cabbage, carrot and peanuts with boiled dressing DESSERTS pears with chocolate sauce fruit gelatin topped with chilled custard chocolate pudding with lemon sauce or apple brown betty with cream or hard sauce Director The Homemakers' Bureau Ax Extra Safeway Service Fancy Winesaps Lb. i) California Navels Lb. llC LEMONS Sunkist _.. 15c GRAPEFRUIT Texas Itok ..............2 21c Ration Time Table Week befinniDj Monday, April 8th, 1946. Coapon Nos. Rl to R5 inclusive cow valid. Cotipoa Jfos. SI to S5 iEciusive now valitt. Coupon Nos. M29 to M31 Inclusive now valid. Xo. XI32 becomes Talid. Tnurscay, April llth. HOWTOSAVEONfVOD TEMPERS, TOO! WHAT! CA83AGE AGAIN? I'MNOTJISGS, yOUKNOvYI IF YOU HAVE TO BUY SO MUCH THIS 15 WONOERFUU (CAN SAVE FOOD ..AND JIM'S TEMPER TOO! AND I USED ID THINK WAS SHOPPJNS- FOR THE evERymiNG- TO SAVE SHOP AT SAFEWAY? ...AND JIMS NOT AT AU. 1 ARE NICE ABOUT By WEIGHT... IT, MOM. CAN BUy EXACR.V WHAT YOU NEED Don't waste food Produce is perishable; there's no need to over-buy. Select the exact amount you need, weigh it up yourself and then pay for it by the pound. No food money wasted! Yot get njore for year money at SAFEWAY ;