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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HEEALD MONDAY, APRIL 35- HEADINGS AVAILABLE LECTURES HJEKF. TUESDAY A lamons lecturer. Cory VhO la a Uiai mine aceidem inary.- jears eso. iKli arjoear Tuesday at Sr'5 sr :he U2-S. auditorium under the auspices tie MXA. TKU be his Iscrare, he has crossed tae 75 lisnes in rhp cs'-irse of his His has been delivered 49 before Dr. C. Caboi's a- Harvard Umiersty. jng to the ruga issrarationai calibre or messsge. All mil be -selcorze sc ins mase present fcigji lecture field despite m-r COXFEKEXCE Headed by Andrews, president of the Lclhbridie Hi- Xsome 30 vouns Leifchridf e lade from the Y.3LC.A. will be in Edmonton this week for the pro- vincial Hi-Y conference. -The conference opens {Friday and will continue through until Sunday. BACK FKOM PORTLAND A. X. IiKhhriege business- ami farsisr. lias retmcsfi to asy alter a Yisis bis son Eosrara 12. Portlaad. Oregce- Eow- srti Sessler is a of rbp ecHonal staff of the Portland Oregoruan. Mr. Sessisr. tcho was accompanied by Mrs. Kesslsr. re- pons a visit ctsspirc tlss raui that fell cav after dav is ;he Oregon acy. They visited Seaside, Oregon, white a-ssy and reporo tbas popidar resorr ciiy on ihe Pacific ns rapidly and showssg iy Saster Slon- so" offices, are no temperature :cdsy. Strong to Twncs oirer Sotiihem Averts. Weather Official forecasts issued at Apni 22 bv the- Dwmr-icn pub- Ue weather office at SJtimontoa Tsljd unta Eiidrisnt. Tuesday. IjHhbncge region: today becomisg cloudy Tuesday. Low st Lethbridge 35, Tuesdav 60. Gale force west wind. 30 d-pJi. this aftemoon and Tues- j day, decreasirg 29 m.p.h, during the Kght. Medicine Hat region: Clear today and Tuesdav. lonlght at Medicine 34. high Tuescay 65. Strong ifesi winds 25 SLpi. this afternoon and Tuesday. Announcements JtEETTXG OrsaaiiaUoni aad mdirldoals interested in the formation of the Lethbridfe Community Council are reminded of the meeting tonight, Mondav, at the Y-M.C.A. at eight Indications are that some 33 clubs, societies or groups will be on hand to lay foonda- tlous for a. social service coun- cil which win mean znncb. in the way of community wel- fare and happiness in the years ahead. FAIR MOISTURE Joan T. Htniajer of Lucky Strike, larje scale sfaeepmn and farmer, was in the city at the week-end and stated mois- ftrre conditions around Trader Strike are fair. A good rain would be highly beneficial- Mr. is bmldme; large, new dam on his ranch for the storage of runoff -water. Kiffht now he is preparing for lamb- ing. BROOKS SUGAR FACTORT Annooncement been made of the new board of directors the proposed Brooks sugar- faetorr scheme, which, win cost The slat- tnclndes: K. V. Fersosoa, Baasano: G. Fiieseo, Gon; H. T. Sheffield, Rosemary; Henry Dahl, Duchess; Jems Block, Mfflicent- Patricia; J. STortensen, 3DHI- eent Hats; C. Petersea, TtQer: T.K. Chnnnka, TUtey: R. M. "Wiffiamsoii, BoHingr Hflls; L. Kollfaur Hills; C. J. An- derson. Scandia: PhU Dney, Rainier; J. G. Martin. Brooks. Also on the board win E. W. Bronsden, general manager of the KIJX; A. T. Johnson, chair- man of the board of trustees, EJLD-: and a. renresentatire of the Alberta government, not yet appointed- Ciyic Centre To Come Before Council Meeting Some definite decisions on the dvic centre development program are expected to come from a meet- Ing of "tee city conncfi Tuescay eve- ning, ulans being to give ihe pro- grasi thorough discussion during the meeting. To permit tharough discussion of the proposed plans, the meeting has besn called for 7 hour earlier than usual. Non-cpuacil members of the civic centre %com- miisee are also to sic in with alder- men for the discussions. ua. r> A. aY Dsxnsrr Phone (Xot vet lisiec in book.) 17S4 Births Mr. and Sirs. F. S. McJTalr an- nounce the birth, or a Sheila Isabel, on Apnl 19th, ac 32eaaei's hospital Deaths away suddenly at the hone Saiureay. Apnl 2Gtb, Bernard, age 61 years, beloved hus- band ol Alice Maud Parker of Pic- ture Bura. Funeral sermces -sdl be conducted from tne St. Augustm's Church Tuesdav, Aon! 23rd, at 3 P.EI. Bev. R. W. Co-ran officiating. InierrsenT; in the family plot In the Mbuniaii View cersetery. Cnnsten- sen. Bros, funeral directors. 1757 IiiTCOCK Passed a-aray ini Mountain View Annl 20th. Annie' Kate, age 72 years, of Mountain Funeral ssrriess "vriS. be can- in Mountain View on Wed- nesday Aprfl 24th, at 2 pjn. laier- mcnt "in the local cemetery. Chns- tensen Bros, funeral directors. 178 Floors Cleaned and Waxed With new electric machines Color Brite Cleaners Phone 2569 SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of our conimiuee at the Y3d.C.A. any Thursday between the hoars of 8 and pjn. Our committee via be glad to help yoa In any possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee Meetings regular meeting ol Viaduct o 53 wffl be held in the "Oddfellows ball on Tuesday evening; April 23rd, at 8 o'clock. All members please attend for degrss mnrz. Visitors -vrelcome. rO.OJF. Notice All members of Viaduct Lodge 33 I.OO.F. are remiested to meet at St Ausnistin's Church on Tues- dav at pjn. for the purpose of attending ths funeral of the late Bro. B. Parker.___________ VOCATIONAL CONFERENCE HERE TUESDAY Prof. E. J. Thompson, of St. Stephen's College, Edmonton, be the featured speaker and leader at the vocational conference Tuesday for bovs in grades 10, 11 and 12. Ee is one of the younger United Church professors has been doing consideraols trork for the churca with young people, and is highly thought of by the groups -srhich he has been in contact. He -Bras formerly minister of St. iuke's TJruted church in Montreal. He -ssill be in the city an day Tues- dav and besides attending the conference trill address a public meeting at pjn. in South- minster halL Indications are that boys -will be present from places as far as Blainnore, Ciaresholra and Taber. The conference coicmences at 10 aon. and continues in the after- noon when the bovs vill have a recreational period at the Y.M.C.A- buildmg. The afternoon session -sill be fol- lowed by a supper at the church, which the conference conclude. Soviet Fighters Shoot U.S. Army Transport Plane A. April Pour Russian fighter planes made runs on a United States army transport and fired from two to four 37 mm. shots off the plane's wing todav as it came into the United States army airport at Tulln, just outside PHONE 2SO2r- Airmen at the field identified the as P-39s furnished to I Knssia fay American lend-lease. The four followed the transport right to the field, leaving only after 15 had touched ground. Capt. James C. Baxter, the pilot, said he saw two of the shots fired and added he believed there were Four other -members of the transport's crew corroboraKd Bax- ter's report. The pilot said he was jtnthia the 10-rruJe area around the airfield prescribed for American plaass Irj the Russians inhea the fighters appeared. Because tne airport is Inside the Russian occupation zone, the Rus- sians have prescribed stnci regula- I lions for the operation of American FUNEPALSERVICEl SEEK MISSIXG MAX Easier Monday today found government offices, law offices, and city banks closed for day. Staffs were enjoying the holiday. Stores open usual. Good Lilac Year Seen Wtetiier it's going to be a wet ear or a cry year it's going" 13 be a gooa lilac }ear. The lilac bushes have lealed our eaougJi curing tJie past week to indicate a iery heavy blooes. and if no; caught bv a late frost there should be a profusion of blcssorss in May. Many peo- ple believe that a good ulae jear jseaES a good crop year. bin there cave been enough exceptions to tbat rule IE the pass, decade to iadicate that it a a rule to be depended Moon. Fine Memorial Window Defeated MEDICINE In- teresting ceremony took place in St. Barnabas church on Easter Sunday 1 morning when the beautiful stained glass window, a meraorsal to the late Charles Fingle. a former 1 and resident of this citr for masy jears. and his wife, :he late Jeaa McLeav Pirsgle, viell known in the citj- and district, was cedieaied. The rector. Rev. L. T. K. Pearson. Day service Miss Joan Anderson. sang a lonely solo and the hymns were appropriate to the day. The large congregation filled the church to lowing. White flow- ers given as memorials nere used on the altar, lectern and pulpit. Death Removes Pioneer Woman (KNS) pioneer of the Mountain View dis- trict, Mrs. Aaare 72. died at the at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Alice Borrows of Mountain View. She had been ill since March 7. born In Lon- rears migrated with her parents to! the United States settling in Phila- delphia. Later the familv moved to Salt lake City. UUh, and came to Canada te, In 190S she married Arthur Laycock who died eight years ago. She is cumved bv three children: her daughter, airs. Borrows at Mountain View; William lAycock who lives near Beazer; and Mrs. Clara Beans of -Mosmiain View, daughter; also ten grandchildren. will be held at Mountain View Wednesday at 2 pjiu Koaam and Caristensen being in charge of arracif mentE. ATHLETE'S DIET Candidates for atalttie gamej; in ancient Greece did not ERANTFOHO, OnU April 22 100-man posse neaded by pro- vincial police officers spent the in a search of nearby Oak- j land Swamp -without finding any trace of 75-year-old John Gerrard of R.R, 6. Gait Cmt., missing -from i his son's home" smce last Timrs- iday. In Police Court luo tc were arrested by city police Satur- day evening remanded alter being formally cnarged in court on Monday morning -aithoufc any being received. Edward Hall of OkotolO was charged with unlawfully supply- ing an intoxicant to an Indian woman and with assaulting a pouee officer. He remanded until Tuesday morning. Leo Phslhp McDonald of no Cxea abode charged with being in possession of stolen property, edlv stolen from the car of J- Perry of this district, and was remauaea until Friday. If you are interested in serving grand tasting, savory meats every time, do this: Buy at Safeway where all meat is guaranteed to please. Under our guarantee you are the judge of tenderness, juiciness and flavor. If -you ever get a cut of Safeway meat that fails to please, we will give all your money back without return of the meat. We Sell Only Red Special and Blue Commercial Beef S103K A family favorite Lb. Plate Boil 10c 5tG3K A family treat Lb. 39C On UCK Lean, economical Lb. How to prepare old- time meat favorites There's nothing like one of these old-tune meat favorites for satisfying hearty appe- tites and bringing words of praise to the cook. Most of them are easy on the budget, too. SWISS STEAK This perennial favorite always goes ooer with the men in the family. Although round steak is most frequently used, chuck or sirloin tip it equally good swissed. Allowing about H pound for each person, have steak cut 1 to 2 inches thick. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and roll in flour. Pound edge of plate. Brown in melted shorten- ing in Dutch oven or heavy frying pan. Add 2 cups of water, cover, and cook slowly for 2H hours or until meat is tender. Add more water, if necessary, to make the desired amount of gravy. Serve with fluffy mashed potatoes. IAMB SHOULDER POT ROAST Aoout a half hour before the pot roast put in peeled potatoes, carrots and onions and you'll have a. complete meal. Sprinkle a 3- pound lamb shoulder with salt and pepper and roll in flour. Brown in melted shortening in a Dutch oven or deep kettle with tight fitting lid. Add 2 cups of hot water, a me- dium-sized onion thinly sliced and a bay leaf. Cover and cook slowly about 3 hours or until tender. Add more water if necessary. Serves 6 to 8. BRAISED SHORT RIBS Here's another old-timer thafs been a favorite for generations. Try serving laitk home-made noodles. Have 3 pounds of short rlbe cot in serving size pieces. Brown slowly, turning often, in a an an amount of shortening in a heavy kettle with tight fitting cover. Add a cup of hot water, salt and pepper. Cover and cook slowly -until meat is tender, about to 2 hours. Serve the liquid as gravy or add more and thicken with flour blended to a smooth, paste with cold water. Serves 6. STUFFED BEEF OR VEAL STEAK Thinly sliced beef or veal round or a flank fteok ore oil good served this way. Score or pound a thin slice of round steak, sprinkle with salt and pepper and spread evenly with your favorite stuffing. (Bread stuffing well- seasoned with celery and parsley is especially good.) Roll lengthwise; tie securely with string or skewer, being sure to fasten ends. Brown in melted shortening in a Dutch oven or deep kettle with tight fitting cover. Add about 2 cups of hot water, cover and cook slowly until tender, or about hours. Cut in slices to serve- Serves 6. Director The Bureau At Extnt Strriee I RATION TIME TABLE Variety Selections Beef Hearts For .baking Beef Liver lOc Beef Kidneys Yoang Short Ribs Sliced Cod Fresh Sliced Salmon 39c Rolled Roast outside Prime Rib Roast Sirloin Tip Roast xb 2r-St u, 28c 29c 38c LAMB SHOULDERS Half or Tvhole. lb.-- 20c SPICED HAM Tasty. lb. 43c POLISH SAUSAGE Coarse. 27c SAFCWAV PRICES Check these every day low prices and see why folks say you get more for your money at Safeway. Aylmer Tomato, 10-oz.................3 SOUP CATSUP SPAGHETTI COFFEE Airway RICE KRISPIES GLACE CHERRIES GRAPEFRUIT JUICE FRUIT CAKE MIX 25c Ashcroft, 1114-oz.................2 bottles I C Famous Foods, 16-oz......... 2 I C ..........................................1-lb. bag OlC ..................2 pkgs. -oz. pkg. 30c o 2Qr 2 tins -lb. plvg. SOAP Palmolive, reg. size.....4 cakes SOAP Odex................. 4 cakes OXYDOL Large size ................Pkg CHIPSO Large size ................Pkg. SOAP P. and G. ................Cake RINSO Large size ................Pkg. WAX .Johnson's............1-lb. Tin FLUSHO Removes stains ............Tin BRILLO Soap Pads BROOMS Sterling .Each 22c 22c 25c 25c 5c 25c 57c 21c 12c 66c TEA Canterbury TEA Nabob ..............I-lb. pkg. 33c PRODUCE PARADE COCOA Pry's COFFEE Nob 1-lb. tin 31c 1-lb. bag COFFEE 1-lb. tin 43c Kitchen Craft FLOUR 7-Ifa. bag 69c Week April 22nd, 1346. Coupon Nos. Bl to R6 iaclusire now valid. Cpupon Kos. SI to S7 inclusive no's- valid. Coirpon Nos. M29 to Inclusive no-w valid. Coupon No. becooses valid Thursday, April 25th, JAM Empress Strawberry .2-10. tin -Jt SYRUP Bogers ................2-lb. tin HONEY Alberta ,............-4-Ib. tin PLUMS Sed, 20-oz......2 tins PEACHES Castle Crest, ........20-oz. tin 82c 25c 18c Try Safeway produce and taste the difference yourself. Every purchase is guaranteed to please. Washington ........Llr. OOC New California.......................... Lb. OC 16c ASPARAGUS CABBAGE LETTUCE CELERY Crisp Utah type .......................Lb. 15C TOMATOES Mexican field Lb. 32c CAULIFLOWER head, Lb 22c Firm heads ........................................Lb. Oranges Calif. Xavels lie Grapefruit Texas Pink Fancy Winesap lb.-- 10c I -I i ii' PftRTX IS SOING- TO SHOPPING AU OVESTOWN HOW CAN SHE I HAVE TO AU-OVES TO HNO GOOD AT ALL. WHVDONTyOU EVERVTMINS- iMGUkD YOU COULD IS REALLY FRESH-----SO GUARANTEE] YOU'LL LI KE IT O3 THEV'LL REFUND YOUR MONEY. I HOW CAN I EVER THANK you? you've SOLVED A PROBLEM FOR MS. Iveryttiing is guaranteed With every purchase, not just produce and meat, you are assured of quality. Everything you buy at Safeway is guaranteed to please, or your money back. ftf mere for yw money SAFEWAY LWSPAPLRl lEWSPAPJLJRl ;