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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 THE LETHBRIBGE HERALD PAGE NINE RIFLE CLUB HIGH JINKS 4- V V At Nanton Rifling and Sugar-Chiselling Club DIES AT CAKDSXOX .85 CONSUMPTION OF ELECTRICITY HIGHER the last meeting of the town council tne matter of the location of the rus- out puohc opinion. the meeting several appUea- The special 12 jears ago ctacles that Oscar Mar 10 has been declared a puo- lic holicay in Cardston. shooter f. employed hw ge; this allowed by the judges. A new rate, requires that all shooters remain in the enclosure until the last shot Is SrecL TO add teeth to the ruling. RangeaiasJer Dick has installed an electric stock fence carrying 20.000 volts. Pop Caspell attempted to craal through, the fence, and immediately took oS into space after the lashion of a sky-rocket. He landed right in the middle of the table, and put seven of the cine players out of commission. John Dwelle. George Lockton ana Tom McPhersoa are sull m hospital suffering from con- cussion. One of the out-of-town visitors was Posey. who came all the way from Bremerton, Washington, by wagon-train, to see the much- publicized Nanton RiSe club in op- eration. He was heard to remark that "how an outfit of hoodlums like this could produce champion rifle-shots, would moke good ma- terial for Ripley's column." Neck- trim Smithy boasting that he'd made 100 every time he shot this year. It was" later learned tuat this -ras his first appearance of the season. tew aad 93 cents to hioeself. The "Sugarless put on! a dandy feed of baked beans and' The coSee a little on iTeam Wins Again Crosby Halts For Meal At Cranbrook CRANBROOK. Bing Crosby, disguised only isntll a ten gallon hat. sat linrec'ogrsiz- ed in a coffee shop here Friday night for about two minutes be- fore a gathered Ke sign- ed scores of autographs amiaoiy but without enthusiasm as he ate soup, a chicken omelette and rhubarb pie. Asked by a youngster he liked the scenery here, in dulcet Crosbr tones ne allowed it was "some'thins special." The ster announced to one in particular. "I I'm snaking ir-ore than he is The mo partv enroute to Jasper for film work. Fined For Feeding Horses Potatoes Grandfather Frog, been here In ffiv said the stranger, and somehow he no longer looked like a terrible fellow, are begged the -I am old Mr. Toad. No one cost a hunting staole pro- need and said nothing. it ov T. W. 3urgass> Cclhriss p'.eadec g 1 court to ieecin? hi Propose Bidault For President j PARIS, June I tnst Mcumaent Republican Popa- 1 iaire was said today to have ap- proved a resolution proposing -he reecteg of potatoes. w A S> T the ninth School supplied three lumps of sugar fo: "It must be that- your father is as well as oread :o animals, mv old friend, Meadev. Sibuse." Mr. Toad Little Wor.ii. -I don; rcp-ed Squeai. He didn't. Ke rea-ly oicnt. Does :nat seem ijuee-.' It isnt among tne Mouse fois- I i suspect teat lew Mouse For Research Council OTTAWA. J-jne Ravearcii expend tures rsore than S dur- in French news agency said decision was made at an executive ecmmrvee. meeting last MJ? pa-tv headers haie indi- cated -ha" demand :ne of minister, sun- of finance arid ctaer mpor- :s "he new goTemmsnt. Earlier, if. Bicauh told a sect- or Jus party chiefs tcai the il-H.? had to take the re- iached from his combine for the a picked team of Keamy occasion. Albert sat oa top the oui3i out as t everyone was served, short a shoe and one sock, so some- j one assist have had quite a batch I of indigestion. Scots and Celtic players by a score of 12.000 peo- CRANBROOK, 3C. Several staff charges !s were scored in i schools the Temporari- y nijseli He said priduuHy. _------------------------ Old Mr. lovelj golien Yes, I eves twmilec for just an instant .iilsifcKi ed a cLe- of orar.ay mCk and glu- r> Irishman, who as a pro- reaunsnc of EMPIRE PRESS MET_________ SEE CHtTRCHUJj -Watch out. joung- i ROMAXCE Sask June II- seme DwelleSS- Total "Xanton 99. Suitor 93. Stroud 100. A. White 92. T 91. Ridberg 91. Dean 90 99. E. Boooier 93, Hiebert 99, Poster 97. J. Dwelle 97. H. Lind ly imtsortant. The local decided to prepare an outfit for a two-year-old boy for next meeting This is for the bene- fit of the needy overseas. and Mrs. T R Hudson of Taber are having Goodness no! But it was the big- a pleasant reunion with their fam- gest mouth equeas ever had j m-nnkt in nxn iiaci lirs. Maclean read a splendid Jotn ?cen two weeks slHci he had iner on homp economics, psnlam- anQ paper oa home ecoconiics. explain- 93. fenT 96. Cas- 'ernl-rgS, pell 84. J. Smith 97. Paris 98, Firayne j llsefui household hmrl and Albert Smith 01 Verona. XD, 97, Cummings 100. Fanning 95. G. j new ;ri- household hints and .______ventions for the house. Mrs. tocton 98, Posey 97, Stone 99, Me- w. Martin conducted an "old song" 94, E. Hontgoaaery S3. i tirhich won bv Mrs. War- Speight 79. Bogart 90. A. Fox 98, i ren. Mrs Richards and Mrs. N. H. Garbutt 92, lind 97. Total Sauter were hostesses. arrived by plane last Thursdav. Earry Hudson of Lcs Angeles, ar- rived by plane last Tuesday. He had not seen his two sisters. Mrs. Goughan and Mrs. Srmtn, lor over twenty-five years. I LONTX3N. June Cafals> to the International -Tic; press conference Sunday heard aa 100 miles north of was talk bv Winston Churcnill. pleaded witri hss :hriv.ng nielea prime minister, but uorned about cow Flossie, who thev were entertained at 13th. "I'ai almost tnree weess I! ser :ousd two .ittle sittme up cf snoire Press Urroa can looi out for myself." boasted I 'and of the Times of Lon- the httle Mouse m hi, t first opened his eyes on the Great' ._________________________ World. It was so big that he was i Old Mr. Tcad chuckled. Then J Ojd -r3zd. under ______ ._ Fn.mM. 1. Wiinn l _ i. _ 1-J