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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDOE HERALD Saturday. July 1974 EARLY WEEK SPECIALS Orange Juice Empress Pure Stnwbirry 24 oz. tin BalAlrFrozinConcinlrali oz. tin 4i89 Raisin Bread 3 57Qo Skvlark White or Brown 16 oz. net wt. loaf R Sweet Cherrie Town Dark Canada Fancy 14 II. oz. tin Ice Cream Snow Star Assorted Flavours. 1 gal. paper carton 1 89 Pickles Beans Town House Home Style Kosher Dills Taste Tells in Tomato Sauce Mushrooms Flur Silt Choici moll. 10 n. u. lin Juice Apple Creamed Corn or Assorted Peas. Town House Canada Fancy. 14 fl. oz. tin B R 0 Iced Tea Ground Coffee 2 19 Edwards Flm or EIN. ftrc. Grind VK Pik. 2 Ib. lid Many more Grocery Specials In-Store effective July tht right to limit quantifies Copyright Canada Safeway Limited To appear in two NBC Soviet ballet defector continues training TORONTO Mikhail the 26-year-old former star of Russia's Kirov Ballet troupe who defected to Canada 10 days will ap- pear with the National Ballet of Canada in two perfor- mances of La Sylphide here next the company an- nounced Mr Baryshnikov's appear- ance with the troupe for two of four free performances of the ballet at the Ontario Place Fo- rum will mark the first time he has danced in public since his defection from the Soviet Union It will also mark the first time he has danced the role of James in La Sylphide The National Ballet is sch- eduled to appear for 10 per- formances at Ontario Place between Aug 14 and 30. It has not been decided on which dates the troupe will perform La Sylphide. engagement at New York's Metropolitan Opera House July 23 to Aug. 10 sinre MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV After 10 days of winding down from the emotional tur- moil and public attention his defection Mr known as Misha to close decided he wants to begin work again Through his manager Dina a dance photographer from New he approached the Na- tional Ballet to ask whether he might work out with its dancers to stay in shape Miss Makarova also is nego- tiating a longer-term contract between the dancer and the National Ballet David the company's artistic said Mr Baryshnikov will not appear with the company during its Movie to be filmed at Diamond City Filming of a 90 minute color film for American Broadcasting Company's weekly television movie begins July 22 on district farms Les freelance Calgary film maker and Canadian director for says the Damelson farm in Diamond City and Bud Matheson's farm near town have been picked for on loca- tion filming of the 1943-penod movie About 60 technicians and actors will be on location here from July 22 to Aug 4 The film depicts the life of a young man who returns prematurely from the Second World War to his dis- appointed by his un- distinguished service record Their disappointment lifts when the young man helps save the crop on the family farm from the ravages of locust infestation. Celebration to be on TV The sound and excitement of the 1974 Whoop-Up Days parade can be heard and viewed in Lethbridge this year without leaving the living room Cablevision's Channel 2 will telecast the parade live at 1.30 p.m. Monday and will rebroadcast the kickoff of this year's version of Whoop-Up Days at 7 p m Monday evening THE PASSPORT FACTORY 5 mfn Service on Passport. Citizenship 1.0. and Visa PHOTOS Upstairs Suite E 303-5th So. 328-9344 and com- mitments have been com- pleted for some time To Entertain You at the VENTURA HOTEL in Coaldale July 15-20 GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE JULY 13 -9 P.M. Music by MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY SALLY DEE AND THE PLAINSMEN THE ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH MONDAY thru 15th to 20th p.m. to p.m. For Members and Invited Guests Only BRITISH COLUMBIA The Bavarian City of the Canadian Rockies INVITES YOU TO 14 July 19-20-21 THINGS TO DO AND SEE Bavarian Bands Cominco Parade Platzel Activities COPA Flight 20 Fly-In Vintage Aircraft Dog Bavarian Dancers LaBatt's Balloon Rides Mine Tours Pancake Breakfasts Outdoor Rock Concert Happy Hans Kampground Bavarian Foods FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Kimberley Bavarian Society Box B.C. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT EXHIBITION would like to at this time express their appreciation to the following committee members for their assistance in the promoting of the 1974 WHOOP-UP DAYS JULY 15-20 PARADE DIRECTOR IN CHARGE CLEVE HILL Stan Charles Curdell Ensign Ricnard McCorrnick Roy Dogtrom Dean Goughnor Murray Leslie Paul Anctil Rod Murray RACING DIRECTORS IN CHARGE STAN TIFFIN and BILL WEST Irvine Sukut Darwin Linn Gordon Hoselton ADVERTISING DIRECTORS IN CHARGE JACK LAKIE and PAUL RUSZNAK Cass Meyer Blake Burtel Warren Asplund Jim McLaughlln Helen Hobbs HORSE SHOW DIRECTOR IN CHARGE TONYPERLICH Annette Hendricks Walter Hyssop G Plttnan Jake hTidricks Rodden Murray Gordon and Vera Ball Roy Dogtrom GATES and PARKING DIRECTORS IN CHARGE STAN TIFFIN and BILL WEST Jim Long Jim Green RODEO DIRECTOR IN CHARGE ERNIE SNOWDEN Ed Reid COMPOUND DIRECTOR IN CHARGE GEORGE CHESSOR Dr D C MacKay Dr Stevenson Steve Dubetz Dr Don Wilson RCMP and SCHOOL ART DIRECTOR IN CHARGE CLEVE HILL Sgt Coulter Sgt Langenberger Cpl McKeever Roy Mullet HOBBY VILLAGE DIRECTOR IN CHARGE PAUL RUSZNAK Elaine Harrison Edith Cook Ann Reid Jean Ross TASTE OF ALBERTA DIRECTOR IN CHARGE GEORGE CHESSOR Marilyn Tatem Linda Whltson Dept of Agriculture Betty Cyr Albert Bourassa Walter Strand Jack Hutchmson George Jarokosky Walter Degenstem Mr and Mrs Chns Jensen Dr A John Vesely John Walburger Ken Schultz 5Mma Orr Ross Mouser OFFICERS and DIRECTORS President FRED M. PRITCHARD 1st vice-president DOUG A. SHACKLEFORD 2nd Vice-President GEORGE CHESSOR Past President STANLEY B. TIFFIN General Manager ANDY ANDREWS DIRECTORS TONY PERLICH A. H. RADONS PAUL RUSZNAK INSP WM. WEST JACK LAKIE BENNY PAVAN GORDON PATERSON FRED PRITCHARD PrMldfnt ADVISORY BOARD SVEN ERICKSEN R. C HILL R. J. GRAY ERNIE SNOWDEN ANDY ANDREWS Minigcr ;