Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALB PAGE THREE [Highlights In The News] Saskatchewan is losing the tour- ist, trade of a gentleman from Chi- there are no nudist camps In the nrcvince. The tourist bureau received his letter asking "where I can get a lot of sunshine outside, I mean like a nudism camp." Canadian Weekly Newspapers as- sociation. Manitoba division, adopt- cluded an inspection trip of the territory when they fiew into Ed- monton. Resources Minister J. S. McDJar- mid of Manitoba estimated that ume of in tourist and convention business in J. Proctor of Mountain penitentiarv Friday, have been recaptured near Liiyfield, Man. escaped German prisoners- of-war, Alex Gastel. 25, and Werner Golbel, 27, have voluntarily sur- rendered to Winnipeg police. They escaped from a lumber camp near Keys, Oaf., 100 miles northsrest of i A Terrible Fellow Port Arthur, on June 3. brothers. 13 and 8, told Birsg- ed an government allotment s T5s hard indeed to quite believe That looks alone can so deceive. Squeak. V.I.. his ed a resolution urging that, the elected grand master of the Grand Union Jack be included in what-1 Orange Lodge of Saskatchewan ever cesiga Is recommended for a new Canadian flag. The Saskatchewan Associated Boards of Trade in Eegsna urged in a. resolution government-owned revenue-producing enterprises should be subject to municipal taxes on the same basis as private business. The assistance of fruit- pickers to aid in harvesting the British Columbia fruii crop is be- ing sought, throughout Alberta by the national employment, service. Dr. Walter A. Maier. St. Louis. Mo., Lutheran preacher, said in Fort Frances. Ost-, that the bess to start a third world near is to "allosr starvation to continue in Europe. J L. McElhany at Tahorca Park, aid., was re-elected president of the conference of Seventh Day Aoventists for the nest, four years. Premier T. C. Douglas urged dele- gates to the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association annual meet- ing in Swift. Current to press for resumption of ihe Dominion-pro- vincial conference. Police Magistrate J. T. Leger told the Saskatchewan penal commis- sion in Saskatoon thai magistrates should have more power of discre- tion in fixing penalties under pro- vincial statutes. Radar, the magic eye that helped the allies trie the is being in- stalled on the Canadian Pacific Szeamship Princess Helene to in- crease the safety of The Bay of Fundy service in poor visibility. Clark Tunison. 51. plunged to his death Fridav during the noontime rush hour from the list storey of the Empire State building. He landed on a terrace oa the 30th floor. Agricultural and mining oppor- tunities in northern Alberta inter- ested a group of 23 American busi- ness men and farmers con- EHLTF1 the closing session of the three-day convention in Moose Jaw. H. H. Sommerfield of Saskatoon has been elected president of the Dairv Co-aperative Marketing As- sociation, succeeding C. T. Gooding. president for the past 19 years, who will continue as general manager. More than 150 delegates froro various parts of the province Trill attend the annual convention of the Albena Pharmaceutical Association to be held in Edmonton June 20-11. Fire hundred farm workers will be recruited in Alberta to aid in the Ontario harvest, this summer. The M.R.P. party announced in Paris it had not approached Gen. De Gaulle with a proposal that he head the French government. Cycle repairers in Holland have gone on strike in protest against a government decision to limit the cost of tire repairs to 40 cents (about 13 cents Daring the strike only doctors will get re- pairs done. Boston's Franklin Park zoo is be- ginning to feel the bread shortage, bears normally consuming 400 pounds of stale bread daily and sup- plies running out- Warner Brothers failed at Los Angeles to bar actress Joan Leslie from working for another movie studio. Her counsel told the court she had offers from other studios which would net her in the next 12 or 14 months. Deaths !n last Saturday's earth- quake ia eastern Turkey now estimated at 141. The British parliament has re- cessed for the annual Whitsun holi- day and its next session will be June 18. James S. little, who has taughl more than students in Win- i nipeg during the past 31 years, will retire June 30. Complaints were voiced at a meeting of the Home Builders' As- sociation that Halifax was not re- ceiving "its fair share" of building supplies. Caps. Jacob Markowitz of Toronto, a member of the Royal Army Medi- cal Corns, has been awarded the Order of the British Empire. It was "in recognition of gallant and distinguished services while prisoner of war." Bert McCaUum. manager of the Mount Royal hotel. Banff, for 17 years, and one of the best known i hotel men in Western Canada, has I acquired Braernar Lodge in Calgary I and will operate it as a hotel. taken Friday to launch four separate prosecutions, as a re- sult of a prices board drive to halt black market operations in Wind- sor district. Reorganization of the Calgary Liberal Association In line with partv's return to active provincial politics will take place at a meet- j ing Tuesday. Lady Burghley .is seeking a. dis- solution of her marriage with Lord Burghley, former governor of Ber- muda, and Olympic track star. Australia settled her lend-lease account with the United States by promising to pay Leslie Moore. 25. of Winnipeg, and George Michael of Fort Wil- liam, who escaped from Stone} cheque and had spent for: two firs; be afraid. toy drums, two mJfcie-talkie toys, what all lui'.e Mice mi niodel airplanes, servicemen's hat, j starting out army insignia, cartridge belts, flash World. Anyway that ssssz. TB sta-s 1 ass-j-ra. tsuvs Way" was given, Calgary _ will have their show this year. Miss Hogg's paper gave the j members quite a lew new ideas. She also oif ered to make arrange-j rcents for Miss Moses from OUisj to be here one afternoon to give j a. demonstration of seeing aiid help the members with little ties thev may run across home dressing. I; was suggested Mrs. Stout taat a resolution to her froia the Conjuring Crtffc WJL should be adopted and to the Sentenced Hang INFLATION DANGER 41 Chief Conversation Topic In Britain been convicted -o hang by an Allied rash- urt investigating atrocities spree with sirloin steak dinners arid a watermelon. Lieut. B. D. Farris, head of Okla- homa. City's police department's aieycle recovery detail, is eating his own words. It's Officer Farris who never misses an opportunity to cau- _ tion his youzig clients about the im- j nssvt'a rtC t prisoners-of-war. defence know He had had the first great and two pjn. Coaldale scare of his life. He had met al Thirty-two inerabers cross old Mouse who had squeaked j visitors were entertained anzrilv at him and then chased home of Mrs. Greer for ,he regu-j him. Somehow he had known that lar meeting when roll call was an- the Canadian army during the Firs: Great War. was charged beat- Canadian officers while an interpreter ai the Shara Shui Po 'European war ended. And the ggtegr I crowding in the stores, the perstot- I ence of black markets, and a con- tinuing fall in individual accounts. Lord Cherwell said la the Howe of Lords, May 3, that; economic position was anxiety, with ihe inflation danger Stride, chair- Defends Action Of Marrying Pair Boxing m japan. assembly i Church of Canada had left the in it. tail Ted iciiib' bazaar. Betty Meyers report ChUTChmen ASK had run! Hehadjfor the Girls; very user- Four more swea'.ers killed. So nf I run. My. how he Tnen -ther J sure he couldn't run another step. I Mrs. Jamison had ssitted. It was s He was tired. He was out Joseph Villa, anxious to enter tfce tirec. ou, cited States armed forces curing heart; going fc ihe war. was rejected seven times, j thump- If this was some directive governing marriages, in the. opinion of Rev. R, J. Bur- j ton. minister of St. Andrew's Pres- i bytenan Church, in commenting on! the decisions of the assembly iri j Toronto, Thursday, to -make i stand on the marriage ceremony, j The decision arose at the meet I The fact already occurred hidden and sdll con- Hugh --f cent tere is m- e first govemsaent ombat the inflaUon trend, up -inflationary _, He was called for induction four times and tried to volunteer on three occasions, the draft ings." Joe vice as an afraid was like he didn't He didn't like it at ail. The 1000-mile entertainment which took the form was quite hidden, all but his wee nose and anxious bright little eyes. in Toronto, be- know what was said. agree that the assembly and ten-rule. K Cldsmobile bile industry's golden iubilee in De- troit won them a 1346 convertible coupe. Eight million Japanese are on relief, the public welfare ministry said in Tokyo. Two million are destitute. Nearly all CW ACs En Route Home LONDON. June Cable] the exception 01 two small rear parties commanded by C-VVA-O. Capt. F EL McDermott of Onlna Ont.. and Maj. M. Morrison o. h f Delia. Alia., all C.WA.C. aj first ajdn't know where he in Britain Friday were struct off wcs o_ whv he was there. But it TTiere he sat quietly, taking care nc-i to move a single blade of grass. He waited and waited, but that cross old Mouse didn't come. No one came. And suddenly he was whollv over that particular fright. He was still in the wav his mother wanted him to be afraid. It wasn't the dreadful scary fright. It was the kind of being afraid that made him ready to run from whatever was strange, the kir.d that would save his life Nothing happened. a and knowing no go he curled up in a :tle ball and in a jiffy When he awoke thTpnancial Times. mem a me dc-- P volume of purchasing power arid some regard- cialrns arisusg from war ceremonies. '.finance" .T for utility clothing our rrSdera a-f SSi and sutornobiies recently Berry j action be taken against these sta- j MJ a there letter. t tion, I In discussing liquor, the commenced to the federal j exception could be made in trus; minister that he increase case. The boy was just back from j on beverage alcohol, par- overseas, and "arrangements were weU the strength of the Canadian army overseas and documentation was completed for their repatriation. All C.W.A.C- personnel will leave by the first available shipping while the rear parties are expected to be on their way back to Canada by the end of June. The peak overseas strength of the CWJV.C. was reached in November. 1S45, when more than mem- bers were on the staffs of the vari- ous overseas units. vou never wondered what may be Two meetings were held during along a little path and where it May. one at Nightingale nail witn Kitchen Kulture By a Busy Shepherd Souffle One cup left-over meat, 1 tea- spoon minced onion, 2 tablespoons a- 2 half-inch slices soft, oreao. 1 1-3 cups hot milk, 2 eggs, tea- spoon salt, teaspoon papnaa 1 cup thinly sliced cheese, 1 table- ipoon fat, 1 tablespoon minced par- "PV pat meat and onion through FLOORS Cleaned, Waxed and Polished. Estimates free. PHONE 2369. DANCE Lake Pavilion TONIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT STEVE SMEREK AND HIS ROYAL ALBERTANS LtWCH COUNTER AND SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE grinaer. Fan-fry for 3 minutes -m he 2 tablespoons fat. Arrange in bottom, of baKing dish. Break oread into small pieces. Cut cheese into small thin slices. Combine bread, cheese, beaten egg yolks and hoc rniilc. Add remaining fat, parsley, salt and paorika. Lee stand 20 min- utes or until ready to bake. Then fold in Stifflv beaten egg whites. Pour into baking dish over meat. Oven-poach in a moderate oven (350 deg. F.) until A- minutes. Serves 4 to 5. Danish Fancies Four tablespoons cup brown sugar, 1 egg t 1' -fro didn't. really matter. That little jath was Inviting him. as little 3aths have a way of doing. Have of the Berry Vale WJ. One was held at the home of Mrs. Hilton with twelve members present and the other at Mrs. Way's home with thirteen ladies attending. At the fust meeting Mrs. Hilton talk on CommuriUv Recreat: A ire and also a paper flower demon- to substantially to and" the wedding. straaoa. At the second meeting ,evies on and re_ -gyj lamgs are jncidental'. ol, and ------------.-_ I ,fce questSon_mat wnere a wedding should be held. It would. ous.' be helpful to ministers if the church ing in ques- atiect the price of goods. were certain .pnsiw waw hare increases have been gave a ticularly on beer. A ftinher recom- made for paiients w" ihe Belcher ion Cen- mendiluox called upon provincial fcosoital to auend the bosmg bout year. "Costs are certain to con- tinue to rise, and prices with all members gave their ideas and d eonsumption. trt r experiences in Mrs. is a new. member. Foothills Mrs. Herbig entertained thirteen OBLIGIXG TROOPER ladies for May meeting when Mrs.; June S.- Aaring gave some very nelpf ul hmis eph zarnoiski of Siliimore says he finfl as well as W_l. in- dri-irg his and fast. when state trooper waved him said the server. achieving a balance between volume of money and supply of goods with- a few years are "still hazard- along _ ____ ____ ends aad what it leads to? Little j Squeak ate his fill of young and tender clover and then started on along the liztle path not scamper- inx heedlessly as he had along the other little path. From now op. he would peep around, curves cautious- ly, not nih around them recklessly. You see he was really learning and those first lessons were lessons he never would forget. First lessons are the most important lessons, for on wnst vou leam then depends all vou mar learn 3V and by little Squeak carne to a place where there was no grass, only bare earth. It wasn't a larze place, but it seemed so to the littie Mouse. Never before had he seen so much of the brown earth. He stopped at the edge of it Somehow he didn't want to go right oat in the open. Something inside warned him noc to. He never had been right out in the and he didn't want to go now. and suggestions as well as WJ. in firmation. The afternoon was spent _ by members visiting and exchang- i sarcastically: "Let ing seeds. Hostesses were Mrs., vour hcense." Zamoi- Fredell and Mrs. Davis. i a p-Uot pulled oat his airplane The" officer laughed, and go with a warning to slow i." the ground. mace a ruling by which, they would be governed. Mr. Burton understood he was i the first and only minister to be approached by the couple, and he felt he had done no wrong in' marrying them in the boxing ring. NEW BRITISH STAMP ISSCE LOXDOX. June will break away from the tradition- al unadorned King's head postage! stamp design in. a peace commem- orative issue that goes on sale on Tuesday. The King selected the de- eighteen members present and one at the home of Mrs. Kimmitt with twenrs- members present. Roll calls were Mother's Pav Quotation and j ladies who subscribed to Home ana Interesting Item about our Empire.! Country in 1945 and received Delegates were chosen for the con- j copy of the paper and was donated signs from a number submitted fey i ference and plans were made to to the layette fund to buy woo-1 nrincinal British ardsts. The new i serve at the conference. At the i was sent to the. second meeting two papers were 1 Arrcv. They had R-T.T.'s on 'Do read one on Peace and one on In- i children respect other people s pro- temacional Relation. A new secre- perties" and "Can we overcome our tary was put in. She is Mrs. Halt, racial prejudices." Also a very gooa Kirkcaldy paper on. "Canadianization. Mrs. Williams entertained twelve Bow Island ladies for Mav meeting when roll i A re-organrzatian meeting was call was answered with historical i held at the Memorial Hail on. May events. A paper on Agriculture was 28th. Mrs. Daine was present ana j given fay Mrs. Knudson. Mrs. Clem- j gave a very nice talk on "Educa- j ortr_ ft '1 fnlioWinE OfflCCrS Were principal British artists. The new i issue, double the size of the cur- j rent stamps, will be in these two combinations. eats gave a paper on International and National Events. It was de- cided to make Mrs. Boose a life member, and buy a gift for Mrs. Voice. A discussion, on. Turkey Raising followed. A dainty lunch was served bv the hostess. Mary Kiley tion." The following officers were elected: President. Mrs. Mitchell; vice-president. Mrs. Vosseun: sec- ond vice-president, Mrs. Bateman: secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Mack; di- rectors. Mrs. TunstaH and Mrs. Casewell; auditors, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Nugent. was paid Chesterfields and Car Upholstery cleaned and dcmothcd on or oft the premises. Ready for use in six hours. COLOR-BRITE CLEANERS Phone 2569 Xight or Day LAST TIME TONIGHT ODea ana ne aiun i. wsuii, tu on The verv thought of doing so gave The regular meeting was held at j in dues and collection was Mm a aueer Reeling He was be- the home of Mrs. Cowely with Mrs. Mitchell, assisted oy Mrs. Mil- j in" afraid, but he didn't know it twenty-four members answering iar. served a race lunch. Thirtem Sen. roa czS- Money was returned to i ladies signed up for membership. So" he stopped at the edge and wondered whether to go back or to go around through the grass. it- spoon vanilla. tablespoons fine- ly chopped mKed peel, cups sifted pastry flour or 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons all purpose flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, tea- spoon salt, U cup chopped raisins, 1 slightly beaten egg white, cup crushed corn or wheat flakes. Jeily. Cream fat, gradually blend in brown sugar, then egg yolk, van- illa and mixed peel. Sift flour, baking nowder and salt. Add raisins and combine well. Roll small pieces of dough into balls, dip in slightly beaten egg white and roll in crushed corn or wheat flakes. Place on a baking sheet and flatten with a fork dipped in cold water, or use a thimble or finger-tip and make a deep depression in uie centre of each ball. Bake in a moderate oven (350 deg. F.) 20 to Fill depressions with Cream Pie On the ground right across open space was an old board, gray and weatherworn. Little Squeak stared across at it- He didn't know what it was. He never had seen i_ anything like it before. But it look- lit... Tn llnnPTV A 25 minutes, jelly. Three tablespoons flour. 1 table- spoon corn starch. teaspoon salt, 1-3 CUD sugar, U cup cold milk. 2 cups "scalded milk, 2 egg yolks, 1 tablespoon butter, 2-3 teaspoon vanilla. Mix flour, cornstarch, salt and sugar together. Add the cold milk and blend to a smooth paste. Gradually add scalded milk and cook over boiling water until the mixture is thick and all taste of raw starch is gone. Beat egg yolks well, pour the hot mixture over them, and cook until thick, stirring i T constantly. Remove from fire, add j AlOCrta W.I. 11KW3 I butter and x'anilla. Cool slightly. BY Charity P. Norton Pour the mixture into a baked i pastry shell and cover with a j Calgary Branch meringue made of 2 egg whites and j Twentv-six gathered at ine 3'i tablespoons fine granulated i I.O.OJF. Temple for May meeting sugar. when Miss Hogg gave a paper on Fruit Cream Pie Three visitors were ,__like something to get under, good hiding olace if one was needed. He decided to try to get nearer to it. He was tempted to run fast straight across that bare open place, but wiselv decided not to. Instead he j started to ran around, keeping close to me grass at the edge, ready to dart into it should it be necessary. He was around to the end of that old board and looking along the edge he could see a place where he could run under it with, no trouble at all. It was dark under there He could tell that from where he sat. It looked like a love- ly place for a little Mouse who wanted to rest where no one could see him. He was making ready to i dart under there when in the dark- ness, just under that board rignt, where he wanted to run under, I something moved. Little Squeak backed into the grass antl from the edge watched in rouad-eved wonder. Out from beneath that board came some one whom he had never before seen. Nor had he seen anv one at all like him. At first he seemed all mouth. It was big enough to swallow a little Mouse like him. "What a ter- rible gasped Little Squeak. Copyright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: Getting Ac- quainted. Cover baked pie shell with sugared fresh berries or sliced bananas be- fore adding cream filling. Cover top with whipped cream, if avail- able. Chocolate Cream Pie welcomed. The sick convener re- ported almost a clear slate, with the exception of one member who is still very ill. The social report was given on the Easier tea re- centlv held, at which a profit of Prepare cream pie filling, adding 525.49 was made. The sale of work two squares grated chocolate to the brought in another so all the scalded milk. meringu Cover together it successful with together it was a very afternoon. A paper, "Greek Had a ENJOY... Three One-Act Comedies Presented by the UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA PROVINCIAL PLAYERS on Friday, June 14th, 8.30 p.m. at L.D.S. AUDITORIUM Sponsored by the Lethbridge M.I.A. Admission: Adults 75c, Students 50c, Children 35c Advance tickets available at Brown's Music Store THE JUNIOR A.Y.P.A. PRESENTS A KOPPER CARNIVAL Games of Skill Eats Tickets may be obtained from any A.Y. member. Fortune Telling Fun House Admission at the door: Adults I5c Students lOc ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH HALL June 10th, 7.30 p.m. BOXY FAMOUS PIATERS MONDAY TILL WED. THE SUPER-SHOCK SENSATION OF ALL TIME! AS ftmfc.'-.l MONDAY AND TUESDAY Feature Times 2.40. i50, 7.05, 9.45 Stage Show a. -from Wn OOLCftES MOOAH OAVEKFORT ROSEMARY CtCAMP SECOND FEATURE HIS tOVt WAS WAS MAISAltET IIYINS I CAUL 1GGKS IKENE XUX mi SEtlY XILS8XX STSXE A COMPLETE PROGRAM OF SHORT SUBJECTS SHOWN AT MATINEE PERFORMANCES SPECIAL FEATURETTE NEWS COLOR CARTOON SPORT REEL J On The Stage at Only JEAN GAULD Presents Her ANNUAL DANCE REVUE ALL THIS WEEK LETHBRIDGE KIDDIES AND TEEN AGERS IN A SPARKLING SONG AND DANCE REVUE 30 MINUTES OF VARIETY A NEW STAGE SHOW EACH NIGHT PICTURE PROGRAM CHANGES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY INEWSPAPERif GIVE A BOOK OF FAMOUS PLAYERS THE PRACTICAL GIFT FOR AMY OCCASION NEWSPAPER! ;