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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HEEALD SATURDAY, APRIL Cadet Trailing Camp Planned Toronto White Hirer Preparations ere being made the cade; csmp tci coHsnence activities in July. It is? expected that Al-, p berta Cadets will attend the cade: this SKTrrer which will be' g a: the present Seebe intem- 60 59 43 54 55 So 53 60 53 of training be broken doinS into iwa parzs. Csse-, half of the cadecs ?n21 from July 5 to 15 While a has not been it is an- T xx T-HSS- ,fey 2t, Forecast 57 60 3S 43 35 25 22 23 2S 33 43 34 40 35 35 42 41 Scholarship Is Accepted By Hospital Board Mrs. J. Paskuski of the Jaycettes. -1 branch of the Lethbridge' Junior Chamber of Comrcerce. of-' ferei oa behalf of the organization -03 a scholarship of SiOO the Jaycetres. Vacancies in the Jxwpltal staff j O be SUec by Miss Ruth Dyson of j n St Patrick s It Ti-as recorded that the hospital filled to capacity fKti a con- stant heaw -Braiting list. Tfcs week being ser- T vices ai St. Patrick's B.C. church vn2 be as follows: Holy Thurscay .05 .01 JS .01 .03 Gait hospital niirses, at tfie rconrhlr meeting of the Galr hospital board 'Friday evening in the cuy council Tile scholarship, x was XO INQUEST 15 gested. -arculd be used for further coroner Dr. J. in post-graduate -aork. lersnned that j The board gratefully accepted the, held in connection offer arri discussed general conci-' of Robert Giilespie. tions to govern the award. It was barber, -a hose body nine o'clock in the af'emoon there vna be a seraian by Rev. Fr. Gn-aa. parish priest, and stations of the Wray ha.- de- cross at three o'clock- On holy 11 o'clock the senior choir j sing the mass in honor of the! Sacred Heart by Robert Arthur Turton. conducted by Mrs. A. I. j and accompanied by Missj Margaret Parisel at the organ.' Curing the offertory they will the Regsna. CoeH by A. Wemer. COXDITCT FCXEEAI. Funeral services late Alex afternoon' and St. Paul's the Rev. Fr. A. Chomozy of- at no inquest will teUurday. services begin at rection tnth the ceath s ije-at ends a; noon on Lethbrsdee. Eas-er Sunday aborning found injwiU te at 9 and 11 at decided to ultimately narce a com- (the city os Thursday. The regair-5' church Tj.-sth ten m-r-ee ta rrfpasec for buriaL 'mass at St. Basils A. to eater into and S50 cadeis. CHARGED WITH BCRGLARY in she south portion this afternoon, j otberarise jsoderate at 10 "K p-h- Medicine Hat region: Clear and j Y 1 warn toajgh: at Medicine Ha: and Tuesday hotel on Saturday eve- bharfed b'-irslary. An- derson was arrested after a mem- ber of the hotel occupjing the rocs was told a rcan was inside ass she locked it from tie outside until police arrived. The room was reported to be ransacked bu- rioth- t-.j: stolen. ____ i CHANGE IN RULES IN R.AJL SHOWS Meetings Masonic Kotice An emergert meetins: of York Ixjcge Xo. A-F. and .4-iI_ "KiU be held in the ilasori: Hall. 10th Street South, tomorrow (Tuesday) evening a; S ojn. The SUA. degree win be ctcferred. Merabers sre re- ouested to attend. Visiting broth- ers cordially 1C. of C. to Meet A regular meeting of the SEights cf Columbus -sill be held at the Parish Hsll on Tuesday, April 15th at p.ra- Births Mr. and Sto. T. Cnghton of Leth- tridge announce the birth 01 a son, Terence, on April 10th. at St. Mich- ael's SostataL Died April llth. 2573 Hetumm? from the annual meet of the Rodeo Association of Amer- ica at Pencleton, Ore., J. M. Dillon. Calgary, reports one of the largest entries of to? coaboy contestants from United States expected for this year's Cslssry Stampede. Several changes were made in the regulations co-enng -H.A.A. shovrs. Mr. Dillon and Herman Lin- j cer of Carcston, who represented i the small shows, were on the rules" will be allo-sred use their own saddles in the crone riding events, providing the" con- form to specifications. Formerly, the ricers had to use an association saddle. The us of an excessive giro-py of resin wiU be prohibited. The R-A-A. win engage a full-time manager who attend ail rodeos and set as liaison between cowboys and the In anv culties which mar anse. The execu- tive will meet in Denver before the end of April to appoint the manager. Deaths STTSV on April 14th. Christian Peter, aged 75 years, of Wrentaam. Funeral an- Eoiracesieiit wS be mads when ar- are cornpletec. Chris- tensen Bros ituisrsl directors. 1574 Locals Sander In City P. M. Saucier, Straihmore, fortn- erlv of Lethbricge. 'sras a hospital j aE the Tj-eeS-end and has j sufficiently to return to hoteL i In Memoriam In. lovteg rcemorv of Iw Stetcart, who tjassea airay April 15th, 1945. Fondly remembered by Auntie, TEccle. Msry, Phsmla Grahsni of Calgary." 1565 In. lofing memory of our daughter. Ivy Muriel Sterart. passed Apiii 15th, 1SS. "To in. hearts leave be- hind is not to Ever reraembered Oj her rootfier Dies at Edmonton j Father of Mrs. John Hess of :Leth- hridge, Adam "Weeds died in an Ed- inontoa hospital at the age of 73 vears. He had bees a. resident of the Calgary district lor the pasi; years. end father. 15S7 PRESTO COOKERS JUST ARRIVED North Lethbridge Hardware FREE crrr DELIVERY SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of onr committee at the "5rJM.C-i. any Thursday between, the hours of 3 and Our committee will be glad to help you sn any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee NOTICE TO COW OWNERS AH persons wUbizsg to Steep i cow within Hi of the diy are required to oBtain a permit from ihe City Health Department. Application mast be made at the City Office by April 30tn, 1546. Any person keeping a cow without sach s. permit is liable to prosecution, CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT IT CAN HAPPEN iTO YOUf Protect yourself against collision, public liability, property damage lire and ihef t. For rates apply W. M. HARRIS AGENCY 2243 Hall Block agreement urere released for burial. Seating. Flcral tr.sutes were both! numerous and beautiful. IntersH-n-j was in the family plot. St. Patrick's cemeterr. Pallbearers were A. Dreg- au P. Zasadny, M. Jorokosy. S. Komey. John Zahtra. Christensen Bros, w-ere in charge of Irunera! Mounted Police Cases Concluded Game act charges have figured largely in recent district Boyal Ca- nafhayi Mounted Police court cases. Leo Treoiblay of Pincher Creek, a lor charged with illegal possession a beaver pelt, con- trarr to the came act, was fined and costs when he appeared before Police Magistrate W. A. Mc- Leod at Pmcher Creek. On a second charge, that of 'ail- ing jo keep proper records, also contrary to the game_ act, he was Sned an additional and costs. Charged trapping beaver without a permit, coairary to the game act, Henry Elackvater of the Blood Reserve was fined and costs when he appeared before Police Magistrate C. J. Amundsen, at daresholm. Electric Heating Pads to Remington Electric Razors Dual Head DKfGGISTS R> -Wr M EASTER VALUES AT SAFEWAY Make certain of an Easter Sunday dinner that's perfect. Buy at Safeway, where everything is guaranteed. Choose your meats, your fruits and vegetables, your item you need to prepare a delicious with complete assurance of satisfaction. A LARGE EGGS Breakfast Gems ia cartons. How to make your Easter table attractive Whether your Easter celebration includes onlv the immediate famil3r or-whether you make the day one for entertaining, the occa- sion calls for table decorations. Here's an. idea that may be. used for almost any Easter party and for every age group, too. The first thing to do when planning your decorations is to decide on the color scheme. Your tablecloth or place mats may be the key to the colors you'll use. Place mats sim- plify the laundry problem, but you may pre- fer an all-white or pastel cloth. If white is your choice then any color scheme may be carried out in the decorations. EASTER BONNET CENTERPIECE The main attraction of our centerpiece is a hatbox. It may be either round or square, small or-large, and it doesn't have to be a fancy one. Ours is covered with gay striped gift paper, but the same effect is obtained by covering the hatbox in plain pastel colored paper and pasting on contrasting stripes. (Vegetable glue makes a neater job of this, for it doesn't come through the paper.) Plain or figured shelf paper, wallpaper or crepe paper may also be used. Use real ribbon of harmonizing or contrasting color or crepe paper to tie up the box and form the bow. Line the box with pastel-colored tissue paper; tat the lid and let sprays of spring blossoms or flowers, pussy willows or green leaves hang out ever the side. Place one or two toybuimies (oryou could use a pottery bunny, chicken or duck, or a cov- ered hen dish) by the hatbox. Arrange flowers or decorated Easter eggs and leaves around the hatbox to complete the centerpiece, The .same idea may be carried out in -the favors. Cover small boxes similarly, but place the lid on the box. Then when the box is opened, there could be a "surprise" opening course, dessert, or favors sach as candy Easter eggs or small gifts. Director The Bureau An SttfetKty Strrlct Miscellaneous Needs Old English......1-lb. tin 4lC Gillett's ................lin Gillette's Canxsy calces t Perfex ...........Bottle Matches Cleanser OIdDutch size Medium Bon Ami Dip Foam Aeromist Bleach Oxydol -nnl4c 16HJjt pkg.30c Window Cleaner lwtae ft 42c A MEDIUM EGGS Breakfast Gems in cartons. Dor. 4OO Flour 91r Kitchen Craft ............7-lb. bag. Kitchen Craft...........24-lb. bag Soup Campbell's Tomato, 10-oz....................... 29c Canterbury.....................1-lb. ctn. Canterbury ctn. 33c O3TS Harper tin P63Cll0S Crest.............20-oz. tin IOC Monica Red, 20-oz.......2 Kildonan O Diced, 20-oz.................2 tins Broder's Diced .............20-oz. tin Broder-s 2W- 5, 20-cz. Prairie Maid Welch's 32-02. Tront SO Coffee Airway............l-lb.pSg.3lC Grape Juice Orange Juice Plum Jam jar 26 c RATION TIME TABLE x Week beginning April lath, 1946. Coupon Nos. Bl to S3 inclu- sive now valid. Couoon. Kos. B-6 becomes val- id Thursday, April 18th. Coupon Nos. SI to S3 inclusive now valid. Coupon Nos. 66 and S7 be- comes valid Thursday, April ISth- runes size fo-ao Beans ....2-lb. ____2-lb. pkg. <5fcC Sunny Boy........4-lb. I C All Bran ieuogg-s Pkg.21c Corn Flakes post-s. .12-02. Pkg. 11 c Pastry Flour .......7-ib. bag Monarch. COFFEE Nob Hill 1-lb. bag 40c Cream Style, O 1 20-oz. 2 tins Aylmer Corn Green lie Tomato Juice Strawberry Jam Dawn, 91- 2 tins Argood COFFEE Edwards' I-lb. tin ifrviL ttsm m IN PROWCC m SAFEWAY GUARANTEED MIA T and told by weight Celery Lettuce type Cauliflower white heads Grapefruit Texas 2 15c 16c 45c 22c 21c ORANGES California Ksveis. Lb. lie ONIONS Australian Coolncg. 2ibs. APPLES Itacy- "Wlneeep. Lb. 10c TOMATOES Mexican Reid. Lb............ 32c Red Special and Blue Commercial Beef Short Ribs 13c Sirloin Steaks wen Plate or Brisket Economical 10c Round Bone Roasts shoulder 21c Prime Rib Roasts snort Sirloin Tip Roasts meat.. u.. 38c STEAKS T-Bone or Psrteraouse. 39c CHUCK ROASTS Kavorful Pot Boast. Lb............. 21c Salmon Steaks SKced Cod Lamb Legs Lamb Shoulders Smoked Hair or 38c or 20c 25c you get more for your money ae SAffWAV EWSPAPLR ;