Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE fttifbribgr Hrrali HERALD oo_ LTD. Ptwrtewjcs and PabHsters 3B3 St. S. ijethlcidze. AiSerta. W. A. BOCEANAS President and JOEK Business fi. O. isnssSJE Editsr C. ft. MAiTEEWS Secretary. New Zealand's State Homes I PICKED UP PASSING Bv WILLIAM STEWART. tscUsaest for home and property i Canadian Press Staff Writer. which is a character-stic Desp-te six jeirs war effort. Snglish.aric. regulation of Xew Zealand Sock: DOCTORS PROIX S is s'i-1 ir- fcree s-tt ration arc are scve: odem apartment o tern- tr.elv poor _ ana c.o'w.- cities though The Alberta command of the Ca- ar: Corps Association has cecid- j consumu- and of sccctnmoda- ee in Calvary that members of aruieG ciu "ot vciun'eer 'or service cat-ice Canada nuallv- senec IB an acute theatres I THAT BODY South jrrr cepted for membership in tre asso- thas Jntemstiorial vs', protsertv o: :hf government The of ne.v homes ____ relations t_e-- j --ill oe houses because ,c nDt of the.r low rents sre i are centra! heat- out we Should lacs it Xei Zea.3r.aers. tee what tnight the stustion- became popular with parents and The result was tnat I kei" mv tonsil tmtil an atiaci of to-isillitis. folded later sy sciatica induced me to raie them j Ore ronsils. really are 3.- Celebratso" o: Playwright George Bemarc Shas "s 90th i born on 25. reacv started in Russia The first j of s'scrtes cf meetings was ir. 36 Flon ilosco? oy the Russian on i2S5 Icacoiaoa. 1411 Ctiu- Theatncsl Society" Professor j >nt.K Kitchener Record is ratner tnst ar. agri- cuitura! countrj lise Caraca aas not been an.e to tsroduce enough butter for our cnniest.c r.eecs even on a rat-cned It isa- that oostacle. to good cil states tnat current rumors "o tne j euce for tne purpose of puti.ng i pressure i-he goverainerit to grant them concessions witnout con- sidenrg: nor caring what tne effect of those concessions may be on other of the commuraty or country, then it is not onJv but is an enemy of the The Pnncp of Wales ranch is ssr.caig 3T eriur of purebrea sneep nere for the exninmon Special interest groups oegpt j other special interest groups. We, monstrous but oj-cause belief that ns committej it might prove poli- tically dangerous to nun- So far as hss conscience a concerned, one muroer more or less couM make KO d-fferenoe to a man whose hands dnp with the blood of fellow revo- lutionaries he has sent to their graves. The fact is Stailn is in the Krerolm today because he was more alert and quick to act than the others. he been less so it very well taigfit be Trotsky in his plare and he m Trotsky's. e government, and the elected of the people I haie rnyseif been told tnat. "you were exported to the Brit- ish West Incies. opli about three cent of Canada s ___ production Can i: oe mat will tse sorrv" if I in the Tt to rer.cer .___ __..__._____.___ __ ,_ _J e Tt 1C Prof. R. J. McCracken, of Mc- Master University, -who is to Miecced the famons Dr. Fosdick. as pastor of Riverside church. New York: church has a witness 'o, provide and leadership to offer in the economic and political sphere has been of a h5gh hoarcec in anticipation stand I chose to take on a certain subject That is not an rervjce only; it is uncer to the community, the in which they find themselves Christians who craw a Ime of de- One cairvman estimates that the peoole of Ontario drank four mil- UP lion more ousrts of fluid miH; in sjaeration. Januari of tru- than tney dia of a claim, but must bow to the groups until our govern- i marcation between religion and pols- liy p_aceQ Jn a and ,eUgioa and busmesE.are no longer free to make i again and again in the same camp mind, after due con- 1 after due concerning the in the corre last year. ponding mon cf, dictates of the strongest and larg- pressure group in the country. men of the world who ap- proie such a celineation for no other reason than because it pro- tects their own lesteo. interests in lhe existing order." Now more than ever we must make our loods go as as possible through canning for -n inter use, and we must avoid any possible wastage by being sure that the canning is correctly done. Faulty materials and methods must be avoided at all costs. The newly revised edition of our new free booklet "The Modern Guide to Home Canning" will give you full details for processing fruits and vegetables that will make tasty additions to next winter's menus. long win home canned food keep? If properly canned and stored ;t will keep indefinitely. The qualitv. however, cetenorates after one year. Date TOUT jmrs ana use the food that was canned first. Can troit be canned mthont sugar? using fruit juics or water in place of syrup Cora syrnp or honey may be used is place of sugar. TRiT- shonW products be frejb? "over-upe foods have poor flavor and are more likely to spoS. What makes sugar crystals in jelly? I Too inac.1 sugar for the fruit in question: rb) Kot enough i r-AKlKHkir1 acid in the the fruit was too rips or you forgot Pti I rrtwrs I I FOR.VARIOUS FRUITS What makes pickles soft? (a) Too weak a bnne; (b) Not completely covered by brine: to Overcooking Does vinegar preserve vegetables? Only if yoi. use enough to actually pickle thess. GET YOUR FREE COPY OF "MODERN GUIDE TO HOME CANNING" from the HOME SERVICE DEPARTMENT ot Sept. I RHUBARB CHERRIES I BERRIES RASPBERRIES FETCHES I PLUMS APRICOTS PEARS APPLES I GRAPES A A A A B B A B A A A A A B I B I A A B A A A I- 1 I A peak season B means near peafc season I NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!