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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 13 I nc L.C WMIJ RED KIDNEY BEANS Moby's 14 or 3Jt TOMATO JUICE Llbby's19oz. m BEANS WITH PORK Deep browned 14 ox. CREAM CORN Ubby-sUoi. GREEN BEANS French Cut. York 14 oz. 3 ICED TEA 149 PINEAPPLE JUICE Nestles24oz......................................... A HawiianGold.48oz.tins TEA BAGS 189 PEANUT BUTTER 149 Nabob 125's A Squirrel 32 oz. jar A COFFEE 159 PICKLES 7Qt Nabob instant 10 02. jars Nalley's 32 oz. chips or dills APPLESAUCE 3sg5c DETERGENT 159 Western Family 14 oz...........................W R W W Sunlight liquid twin 32 oz. bottles JL ORANGE SECTIONS SUNLIGHT DETERGENT 179 Western Family 10 Powder king size...................................... A CHUCK CROSS RIB ROASTS. I39 GROUND CHICKEN BREASTS 495 Yes We Have Packaged Cocked Meats BANANAS Golden Ripe GRAPES California Green Seedless or Red Cardinal.................Ib. LETTUCE California Canada No. 1 COOKING ONIONS 3l49 California Medium Canada No. Bag 9 0 Chris Stewart Dr. Barbara president of the Lethbridge Pre-School Services has met with a blank wail in her search for suitable quarters in which to conduct a day care centre in North Lethbridge. particularly in the Rideau Court have asked for this service and city council has assisted with a sizeable grant but so far no suitable premises has been procured. In the meantime the enthusiastic lady doctor is wringing her hands after making repeated unsuccessful en- quiries. Using your retirement years to visit shut-ins can be the most satisfying vocation in the according to Miss Patricia member of the Faithful Companions of who retired in 1969 after forty years of teaching in both Calgary and Edmonton to devote her time to visiting Lethbridge residents. As part of a 10-member committee from the Catholic Women's League devoted to house Sister Barry visits both Protestant and Catholic shut-ins in nursing hospitals and private offering any assistance possible. t Mrs. Pearl nee of Lakewood was one of the seven children of the late Anton Hanson of on hand for the reunion of the Sundial school. Her Rev. Tony Hanson of gave the invocation. And speaking of school 78-year-old Ernie Risler almost missed the Spring Point reunion through unexpected hospitilization but managed to be released in time to join the several hundred pioneers who returned from as far away as California for the memorable event. Word from Professor Vern his Eunice and daughter on a sabbatical leave in Norway indicates infla- tion is even worse there than in Canada. Jeans sell for a The sun is blazing as early as 2 a.m. in Osteros and although the country is filled with coffee-lovers the Dravlands have found the cups to be very small and refilled only much to their disappointment. A conservatory for Lethbridge where flowers from all over the world will bloom the year round is envisaged by Mrs. Juliette bulletin editor for the local Horticultural Society. Members of the flower club are planning a trip to Brooks on July 27. The Grounds and Gardens competition is slated for Aug. 17 and 18. Elsie Bateman of 8th Avenue a member of the Golden Mile waltzes through as many as eight different from French minuets to Spanish rumbas without a despite the fact she can't see a thing. She is blind. When she sets aside her white cane and takes her place on the platform the audience is somewhat aghast that she will miss a step but Elsie never does. Being blind doesn't hinder this versatile woman. She does all her own housekeeping and sings along with the Golden Mile singers. When asked how she does it she laughs it off is blind to things they don't want to so what's so unusual about This year's pre-school park activities added to the annual summer recreation program promises to be a popular addition. Operating out of the Winston Churchill high school grounds and Norbridge the which got underway June has already attracted wide support. At the other end of the spectrum the adult's volley ball held Monday and Wednesday evenings in the Civic Centre is proving equally popular. Brian Community Program's co-ordinator with the city's Community Services Department his fii'st summer1 promises to bring to the city one of the finest summer activities' package in its history. He has 25 dedicated young people working with him each fired with his own enthusiasm for recreation. July vows Mr. and Mrs. George Molnar of Lethbridge are please to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Marilyn to Peter son of Mr. and Mrs. August Schwartz of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on July 20 at 4 p.m. in Im- manuel Lutheran Church. Barmen counsel Official opening delayed for city philatelic unit The Lethbridge Post Office philatelic in business for a is open on a full time basis but because some items are not in stock the official opening has been changed to September. A post office spokesman said the Lethbridge unit doesn't have the Canada cards yet and no coins at all. don't know if we will be getting any coins. The Canada cards should be in by next the spokesman said. He said the unit has had a considerable amount of business since it opened and the most popular item sold in June was the first day issue stamps. month we did worth of business on the said the spokesman. The spokesman said the first day issue sold in June was a set of six 8-cent stamps depicting various types of ser- vice by the post office and 100 years of postal service. The first day issue stamp for this month will come out July 12 and will be an eight- cent agricultural education the spokesman said. Wis. Tavern owner Robert Sucharda has always thought of himself as a poor man's psychiatrist. But now he has a framed diploma on the wall of his neighborhood Bob's to prove it. Sucharda and a dozen other bartenders got their diplomas this week from the Racine County Mental Health Association in a new program to teach barmen to help dis- consolate drinkers who cry in their beer. lot of people drink when they have said a bartender for 24 years. they usually talk to the telling him their troubles. But now I know what to The the brainchild of Dr. Wendell Hunt of the Milwaukee County Mental Health consisted of five three-hour sessions that focussed on training bartenders to recognize what kind of problems their drinkers have. It also gives them a knowledge of where people can go to get help. For program director Ruth Wayland of Racine the bartender can guide his patrons to public agencies offering aid for financial and alcoholism problems. WeelVhimsv LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. N. Regular Wednesday Night p.m. 25 MONEY EXTRAS This week's Jackpot in 52 Numbers 5 cards SI cards pay double Door Prize NO one unoer 16 years allowed to play. AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSI 1 234 3rd Ave. North 9 Si Money OOUSLBD Weekly Free Sponsored tjy The Moose Lodge No Children Under 16 Allowed to Everybody Welcome Rirh.urlCvr will be sent ihe original an his quote. Send your child's quotation 10 this paper. J'v APPLE PIES LAYER CAKES each W- J ;