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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, JUNE IT, Kin Carnival Proves Success World Not Big Enough TAKES POST HERE car Noadey ST carruvsl wh: cc-ulc lack cf wccleri't so cur cf door I2r.ce was Mrs. Geo. o- Avenue vle-crv through Trust Co. o i Court Case Sequel Argument at Hotel pur Under The Bridge To- TO ADjcmcATE S. G. Sterncaae Bensfrtt of formerly of Lethoridse. be adracicstor at she Fesaval in Victoria, Aug. 5-10. j Weather wirmipeg Brancion KEOPEX STRUT 3CIXE The saip mine at Taber no nh o. Javl. the river is to be Machi..- ery is being put in shape sao ing of d-n wai be but it. may be a nicnih coa. to move. VleJona j EX KOCTE TO HOUATTOOD :o jaaJyuoxi. from Jasper Xaa-jaH 79 76 75 73 67 63 64 65 72 63 58 61 65 66 66 67 43 44 45 4S 33 52 51 45 43 41 54 TO CnY CHURCH .01! .02; aoj JDS? .44 .42' JD6; and" wsdelv 'scattered showers to- i afternoon Thuadershovrfcrs Me Shifting earlv umds 15 miles, an C'it hour, decreasing to bghi ronighr 45. Tuesday 70 otherwise "clear. CW-er reuair Widely scattered shouers m :he _.-- sne. -j-c. the power afternoon. Southeast winds 10 in.pJE- --o :9 vears firrs. hav-_-g ea...cc P" est Tuesday. Low b.-er, Jaw -s ____ 45. High Tuesday 75. rid -ew crir cur >f: --vers --e -R-as borr.. tie sue of rears ins Or-io- m me wine men and hopelesi IS BACK HOME DS. O. A.------ DENTIST Phone 2497. (Sot yst m 1784 Engraving. X. W. WHITMORE Who hss been appointed of First tFnited church succeeding Rev. Bobt. Magowan. XXD. Mr. All Ex-Service Personnel Invited Committee in charge ol the Lethbndge Victory Rally and Rode at the exhibition grounds on July 4. 5 and 6 is anxious that aU soutl Alberta ex-servicemen and women accept the invitation zo attend a guests on the opening day. As the ciiy is expected to be coageste dunrs the camiTal. Lethbndge citizens are urged to invite ex-seme people Ircin ihe district to visit their homes here as convenience. Invitations could be for ihe icree "f s" but ai least for the opening day when ex-semeemen and mediate fanuhes will be admitted free to the exhibition grounds. enlisted in tie chaplains' service during the war in Ociober. and was discharged with the ratt of Hor_ Major m March. 1546. serving at Camrose, TVetas-a-RiB. and Dundum. Sask. Pnor to en- licrjTig- he was United Church mm- j sster at Olds snd beforejhat served nt Pincher Creek and and costs each for drirdang la Gait Gardens. Baptists to Meet In City June 19-20 The annual meeting of the Asso- ciation of BaoUst churches in Southern Albena will convene Fsrs: Baptist church, Lethbndge.j Jane 19 and 20. About 60 or 70 visiting delegates from as far north as Laeombe and east, to Medicine Hat, will be present lor the two-day i session. Among the highlights of ihe, rsseriag the addresses ofj Sev. Sornaaa Debbs, missionary on j lurlough from Bolivia. Mr. Dabbsi will speak at escn evening session, i which vail be open to the public, j the oancuet for delegates on j Wednesday evening, members of the of Calgary, churches present a play. "Trial! of John A. Baotist." Mrs. J. B-] of Winnipeg wii! pre-' of the GIFTS UN-LTD 31t Thirteenth Street X. OPEX MONDAY, JVNE 17 WEIGHTED FLOOR POLISHERS BRUSH OK SHEEP WOOL NprthLethbridg Hardware v a blow m the which broke rjs spectacles. Kcsko was fined 55 srd costs. TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS heavy cocstr MLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers ___ _ -eep Canada hsc: a cloihisg last Octooer when mare than 12 pounds were callecrec anc "oversess rrom June to Jcne S there will be anotner we hsoe -o oo even berrer. I: s so little to me CUT- you no VKser" wish to wear or have any for. Tiere are no -sizes" in Ssrone. mothers over there are te-1- me us to ".send ihey_can it over to fit someone, 15 a of whs; a most urgently rseded: overcoats, tmiforms. work f3r men and boys, anfants' wear of all types: dresses aprons itu -u- women- shoes in nalr (nee securely swith caps, felr ha_ts, kmt- I heacwear, gloves and socks. piece goods; blankets, sheets. Taste the old-time home-made flavour due to small-batch cooking o kCondenst away at Haymond, j w ane 14th. Thomas Owen, aged 75; harvest.! years, beio-.ed husband of iSrs. Mar- Deaths HARVEST are beine taken _ ,.ur for feinsZe Ti ODtiiced i garet'Sirs of Raymond. Funeral si in- 'nearest, office 1 services uili be conducted from the o' cusirici, agricuiturJl or na- j Stake Souse at Raymond. Tuesday, service office. June 18th at pjn. Interment in ieaie for their ces- the Raymond cemetery. Chnstensen any t-me ua io July 15 Bros, funeral electors. 1405 and will return before Oct. 31. s graduate oz I Toronto. Victoria College. In Police Court em Canadian Me. The moderator of the 1 Kev. G. C. Ashdown cf CSds, J be held at the Wednesday andj j Thursday sessions. j KOCKSLIBE IX B.C. A on be to TOMPKIXS _ iinar Glen A. of returned hcaae -5reefe from arnvsQ in ada Slay 13 on ins He de Prance. 3-0 spent a -sraek vising in Oa- tario before conmg home. i Tompkins vras a, stu- I cent at the Canadian. "Knstn Bra- 1 varsity" at Waaord. England, while I A -vjireless operator Rrst Canadian Armv at Almelo. iicHand, Sgmn. Tompkins sustained a scalp wound in an accidsnt a lew days before V-E Bay. He was Sown to a Brussels hostatal. where ne rema-a- ed lor three weeks. After that ne p-oceeded to Leer. Germany, wnere staved untQ the openins of tne University" last -VARSITY PLATERS on the Coc.uir.aii2 In the interests of advancement i Kettle Valley line, has of cramauc art in soatnern Aioena, 'caused a disruption of tram sched- provincial pla3ers irom tne Um- 1 fo- in- cossr cunng: the j versity o: Aloerta presented davs'ii is repealed at local j one-aci plays here recently sponsor- offKes. have been I ed by tie JtlJV. at the moving two" to hours late i church hall. Attendance at the owing to the necessity of a even; was poor but the plays were sround the oosmictioa, It. well acted and enjoyable. They is" mat tram semce Included the 1945 winning olay by normal Wecnesday Alan Jrsser of Calgary. -To Meet j the Chmooks" which was highly amusing. Otner presentaaons were i SOME AREAS GET RATS "The and -Jiaismg the DenL" Heavy rams were reported a: Pmcher CreeE and Brocsst m the CJPJi. weztner renon today. BrocS- ei receiving around one men. of pre- dpitaaon the weekend. Cowley received 3S men of ram. Over the southern and eastern sections of the province general conditions were cloudv ana calm with temperatures averaging around 50 above with light rains beog reported in many Plow Company voted m of strike a'ction to enforce demands for a S2-a-day wage increase, a 40- sour xreek arid two weeks' vacation with oav, the United Automobile (CJ.O) announced. tTnion members at. plants of the Massey-Hams Company in Toronto j and Brantford. Ont-, and at the i James Beston. leibndge laborer, plant of the Cockshutt, j was one of many who tomr israte A, Beaumont. K.C., in city police on Monday morning. He pleaded guilty to being in sos- session of stolen goods mclucona a botUe of gm. three bottles of beer, a shirt, a razor, shaving brush ana soap The accused volunteered the information that "I have been up; here before, I think.'' He was. awarded month in jail. i A numoer of weekend revellers j paid S20 and costs each for being ictosicated. They included Louss, Jss. Anderson, Raymond: Mamnj Brink and Bobt. Thomas E. Vachon and TT. K. Isndouist contnbuted S20 Mimeographing 411 Work Carefully Done J. S. Brown's Mnsical Supplies Lethbridce BOILER PRESSURE AND GE ERAL WELDING We have portable equipment an tiorfe. It is our intention to manuf ture low pressure hsaang bo'J when steel and eo.uipment available. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Ave. S. Phone B. L. A- Johns YotfUJEiethetHck goodness mud delighifal ttag of Heinz Beef Noodle Soup. It's i special soap ooerishing piscss of choice beef and rich egg for any occasion. Cooled the 5m all- batch waj-. WUOUGMIH DELEGATES SEE PARKS Delegates from Montana to the iLemational Goodwill meeting here j.'rids.v grid Sasurdav of last week left for the south after the sessions. manv oi the viators returning via TVatenon and Glacier parts At the Fnoav ment banquet at the Mar- oras delegates enjoyed the musical program, which leatured George Brown, as vocalist, with. Mrs. Brown, his mother, at the piano. VUJE HOSTELS OPFRATTXG Noe PXXW- hostels ars ooeratang i in the Castries at the present time 100 per cent, the prisoners giving valuable aid on farms The mave- 1 ment of the prisoners from tne 1 large internment camp here to the hostels has left only about 50 men in the camt) enclosure at Letn- bndge. Two" of the men from the "Welling hostel were absent from the hosxl Thursday night bat re- ported back for work Friday. EV ROUTE HOME The following South Aloertaris are included among the 187 personnel scheduled to arrive m 1 on Fndav of this week on the Lady 2odtiey: F.-L. J. John- ston, Foremost: F.-L 3 L. Macken- zie. Wrentnam.: F.-Ij. J. L- Kelson. jWoolfora: ana FO. S 3 "Wallis, Lethbridge. They will proceed to Lachme renaaiation cepo: and be 1 released from there. GUEST ORGAKIST Members the Sonthminster tteited church congregaaon enjoyed a special treat Sundav night when j. musica! examiner from Toronto, was guest organist at a musical request ser- This nrusician, who is a well- known organist, played four solo numoers and also accompanied the choir m anthems which had been chosen by popular vote of the con- gregation. T. A. Morgan, Calgary, was guest speaker. Meetings Masonic Notice emergent meeting of York Lodge No. 119. A-F. and will be held in the Masonic Hall. I0th Street South, tomorrow (Tuesday) evening. June 18ih at 3 o'clock. The M- M. degree will be conferred All members are urged to attend. Visit- ing members of the craft cordially invited. barbecue sty! y will request watering treat your Subtle spices and delicate meat m feet flavor-combination. juicy and fine- aitteed-ta pfeaee. It must be tender money backl LAMB BREASTS For tasty stews. An EL of C. to Meet A regular meeting of the Knights of Columbus will be held at tne Parish Hall on Tuesday, June 18th at Lamb Chops iom. 4Zc Lamb LegS Half or wnole......Lb- Lamb Loins Hair or whole..... Lamb Shoulders At Safeway only the Special and Blue Round Steak Havorfui..... ROASTS Sirloin Steak Tender, Blade or Chock- Lb. 24c i i i f 3 I I t 1 I I I I _ KSimd AS--- i recipes always score high. t Haw to use spring iamb ii summer menus Lazy appetites have way of pert- ing up m a hurry when there's lamb on the menu So if you're looking for new ways to serve this uniformly tender meat, take a few tips from us. Roast Prime Rib Roast 43e 38c Sound or square end. Bone O 1 in. tb- O 1 Keld Marshal Smuts, ea route koine frora Britain, said at Pretoria an experiment in friendship by Rusaa with the western allies wouJe pav "handsome dividends" to Hu- manity and in particular to Sussia. FRYERS Grade B, milk-fee Canterbury Tea Canterbury Tea 66 C Nabob Tea ib.37c Nabob Tea Lb. 68c Edward's Coffee, Nob Hill Coffee lb 1 lb. pkg. 39c Fruit Jar. Rubber Rings Fruit Jars 2to 5 C Gem _ Metal Rings GenL Doz.25c Camp Coffee Maple Butter K oz, tia43 C Shredded Wheat 2 pkgs 21c MtHCWe MEAST OF LAMB Cut breast of laiab into pieces for 1 serving and marinate for several J hours in tomato or barbecue sauce. l Drain and place in a single laver in 1 a dn2_pan; season with salt and pep- J per. Oo not add water or cover. i Roast in moderately hot o.en {400' F.) for about 1 hour or untU weH- browned and meat is done, turning I occasionally. Lamb nbs are delicious prepared in the same way. ROAST Brown pot roast of lamb in hot drip- pings in heavy kettle. Add 2 cups cooked tomatoes, 1 chopped onion, i grit, pepper and 1 bay leaf. Cover tightly and suniaer for about 1 hour. Add whole carrots and new potatoes, cover and cook until vegetables are tender, about 2Q to 30 minutes. SKfWtttD Cut lamb slices into 1-inch squares and string on skewers alternately with chunks of pmeappie or orange slices. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. and pan-fry in hot fat until meat is tender, and well-browned. Or broil under broiler until well-browned, basting frequently with melted shortening or drippings. LAMBURGEKS Season ground !amb with salt, pep- per, and a pinch of curry powder. Add grated onions io taste. Shape into large, flat patties and fry or broil. Serve on toasted buns with lots of catsup. last -wztcb your family tuck into these jnouth-'watering coils of scrumptious vebole wheat! So rich aad crunchy so skilfully shredded and toasted to a delicious golden brown! Know, too, that in Mugets yoa're serving the satisfying tzbale grata they need with all the proteins, carbohydrates and minerals of whole wbtat. Muffets are thrifty___servings cost less than a cent apiece. Get a package today! CHRISTENSENBROS, By the makers of OATS PHONE 28Q2 IS Local. Australian. Asparagu Onions Carrots Cauliflower New Potatoes 2 Ibs. Cahfomia. Bunches 2 lbs- California. 10 21c I5c 19c 25c 53c CHERRIES tb. 32c PLUMS California Beauty 35c BANANAS Golden Bape IA. 14c Director The Homemakers' Bureau Extra Sfftvtj Serrtct CANTALOUPE California Lb. I5c STRAWBERRIES B.C. Basket 33c WATERMELON Black 2 lbs. 15' VOd Oil MORI fOK YOUR MOHM A1 ;