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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE Signs of spring March is' honey and stored at 57 decrees there's Within 21 lo 43 hours the ,011 should whole lot will pi-anutote. i e To substitute honey for oth- sweet tiers in favorite :iucs. uso i cup Ikuul lumey tlie recipe 1 pkg. vanilla instant pudding O'.i oz.1 cup undiluted evaporated mi-k U teaspoon salt 2 eggs, flig'itly beaten 1 cup coarsely broken pecans 1 (i! inch) pastry shell un- LIFE ON THE INSIDE When warm weather sfrikes, llie only place to be is free. These animals are looking for freedom and someone to love a no! take care of them. Easier is com- ing fasf, and a friendly pup or cuddly ki11en could be jjil fhe thing to make a child happy this spring. 9 Ti: ore's n honey show at V iiivii'i-am in tlie. U-tWid-c Exhibition Pavilion! in place of 1 cup sugar and ro- thV ueck dncc tli? lL4llltl C Some' Alberts beekeepers i by >i tup. Also can'i i gi'ccs to prevent over-browning, j nilln puridirg. Gradually add realise what thev from These baked Old Man year! flavorful the 1 iriujd IniTrv LMII be kept O Ilonev i., is refining. shell. Bake at 37.1 dc-; ccnlly in Rod Doer and was al- O This lloiicv-lVamit liultrr j firecs (moderate) until pic is tended by local branch rcpre- Trent is very 'nutritious n d set, or until kiiife conies out sentalivcs, Mrs. H. Arnold. baked de- Blend honey with instant va- are more i evaporicd milk, salt and eggs. ext day. stirring until well blended. Fold n natural food'. in pecans and pour into UH- a out n an An annual nicDling of the VOX lor Alberta was held rc- All lioniejj can be hquifitxl by placing in vann 100 do-j high in protein. Serve i'. greo." "F in a very low' confection or as a samhv.i UMVJpPVfituvo oven. l--i degrees Overheating (btnagi or until kiiife 'clean, about 55 minutes. Makes i Mrs. S. Goertzen and Mrs. J. fin_ j 8 servings. Morgan. ing. well together the flavour. Since plastic con- i quid honeyt 1 cup peamsi but- laiucns melt at fairly low tern-; ter (smooth or chunksl and c.nre must be taken j cms skim milk powder. Add not to exceed t'J.'i degrees F. ertra milk powder to form a All pure honey will gran- i mixture which can be easily ulaie sooner or later. The slow- handled. Roll into small balls er honey granulates the coarser, or into 'logs' and then into will be the chopped peanuts, chill. Serve Al! there is to creamed honey is that 5 per cent to 10 per cent finely granulated jjoney is mixed Into liquid as balls or as slices. Moileni Pecan Pic is h ney party fare. 1 cup honey EASTER TERM' SPECIAL the rush. Have thai perm done now at Goby's Beoury Shop, 322 13th St. N. PERM REG. GHH Qf) f Easter Special BEAUTY SHOP 322 13lh St. N., Lelhbridge Phone 327-5687 Dogs and cats arc keeping up the business these days for the Lethbridge Animal Shelter. There are dogs Iremg kept in the pound at the present time, along with ttveir neigh- bors, the rats, who number three cnis and three kittens. -loc Park and Glen Aiidcrpon, joint caretakers of the shelter, have been busy this winter and the pound has been fairly full. They explained the increased j number of loose animals was) prcbalily due to severe drift- ing of snow on rMmving the dogs an easy method of es- c.ipe. Impounded are eit'ior up by Mr. Park or Mr. 1 Anderson, and nialce up "about i CO per cent of the dogs we j said Mr. Anderson. j Approximately 40 per cent of tlte animals are brought to the shelter by owners wlio no longer care lo keep the ani- mals. "We try to sell os many of the dogs as we can." paid Mr, Park, "and usually charge S5 for them." He .said them was no real problem selling the younger dogs, as people "will take them up to about three years old." Older animals arc often brouflht lo the shelter by owners wilh the reijucst that they be destroyed, and im- pounded animals which arc old are nlso usuallv deslroved. aud several dogs thrown over (he enclosing pen fence lo free- dom. "Tlijs doesn't help the ting at he said, "but. the plo who do this seem to think and end garbage so, The animals are left to' are safe. fend for themselves up going through cans." He said that at the shelter, the dogs are eared for, given attention nil animals need, and Weekend campout planned by Chinook district guides A weekend outing is in store for the girl guides of southern iMheria who wil! altcmnt to se- cure the Snowshoe Ttnde and the Wilderness Badge. Under the direction of Mrs, Nancy Butt of Coaldalc, Chi- nook district commissioner for Ihe guides ami cadets, some 40 girls will camp nt the West Castle forest ranger station area. Included In (he three-day wilderness exercise, will be out- door survival techniques such as building winter shelter, snow firc.s, antl the proper use of snows hoes. Uiipuckered iioii-smokers The Cliinok clfelrict takes Iti guide and cntlct units from the Crows nest Pnss on the west, Medicine Hat on (lie Jirooks on tlic north and the U.S. border on (lie soutli. Those eligible to ntiuiiil the camp are girls from 12 to 20 yeat's of All should have some prc-lraining or oiuloor ex- perience before tliey are allow- ed to participate in the camp. The weekend of activities lie March 2-1 to March 26. En- try forms sho ulcl be sent t o the Girl Guides Commissioner, Scout Hall, Lelhbridge. Registration should be as soon as possible. Participants are responsible for their transportation to and from camp. The trip ivttl cost each girl S3.50 phis transportation. Suven year old Gillian Kobiiis of Jiiw Hill St. S., saw LI.VO robins in tlie garden, and on the way to Pincher Creek, saw two gulls and crows. Uachclle Bishop, age 12, says a sure sign of spring is waking up to find llial it is not your father whistling but the birds chirping merrily. Happy Stella Ferguson seeing a robin in her backyard Tues- day afleniixm. A sign of .spring was found in the bedroom of four-year-old Jenny Vance, 1210 !2th SI. C N., in the form of a baby ladybug Joraiy insisting a search bu carried out for Uic mother. A of spring for old Taini Williams. 213 27th St.. S., is a big lal gopher running along HID railroad tracks be- hind her h'juse, watching it sit proud ES punch that spring is here. also says her pussy- willow i5 in full bloom and her mommy docsn'l Like the mud she brings in either. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. WASHINGTON (API The United States .surgeon-genera] made his point in the strong- est possible way wlien lie told Although the city s'nMlcr pro- j u'omen of the Congressional vides a service tn both the Club that- smoking causes wrinkles. Dr. Jesse Stcmfckl I old the luncheon group Wednesday _ that middle-aged women who smoke arc as likely to bo as community and to the ani- mals, some problems are hronpht about by persons at- tempting to do the animals a service on Mr. Anderson sain1 t h e j noticeably wrinkled n.s n o n shelter has been broken into smokers 20 years their senior. "I see we got another threatening letter again today. Your cousin Fred plans to visit us again .ll (..-ulcnciar LJf cJLoca LBTHBR1DGE FISH O jj WEDNESDAY DBlTiTOW AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HAU 13th St. N. JACKPOT 57 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4tii, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS {Increasing number per unlil won) Is! GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by tadici Auxiliary to Canadian legion Fort Macleod square dancers uill tiolii ttie regular dance on Wednesday at p.m., with round dance pnicticc at 8 p.m., For eosy application, on Semi-Gloss from CIL. A paint with the durability of enamel and Ihe easy application of a latex, CII.TONE Latex Semi-Gloss has the perfect versatility for your home. Great for walls woodwork in heavy traffic areas because dirt and grease wipe off with a sponge. Dries lo the soft low-lustre finish that's so popular. You can wash brushes and rollers with just soap and water. In hundreds of colors ol your CIL Dealer and at a price you'll like. JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE Painri and Wallpaper 321 SlhSt. S. Ph. BEAVER LUMBER JK 3rd Ave. and 17lh 5l- s-v v Ph. 9th. Ave. HARDWARE 1522 9lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-3684 COALDALE LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. COAIDAIE PHONE WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE in tlie elementary school. Wom- en are asked to please bring a I box lunch and cups. Everyone welcome. Christian Science testimony meeting viH he held Wednes- jday at p.m. in the church i i auditorium, -Jth Ave. S. i Everyone welcome. The regular meeting of the 60 Plus Club of First United Church will lie held Friday at 2 p.m. All members and friends are asked to attend. i are Mrs. Z. Barrett and Mrs. E. Emmerson. i A rummage sale sponsored i by McKillop United UCW will j he held Thursday at p.m. in the civic centre, lower gym. j A meeting of the Municipal Hospital's Staff Nurses' Asso- ciation will he held Tuesday at p.m. in the nurses' rcsi- dence. Members cf the admin- istration staff wil] he present- Al a recent luncheon meeting of the Executive of the Auxil- iary to the Southland Nursing I Home, willi guests Mrs, H, Hatt, Mr. Schindcier and Mr. i Andreachuk, plans were tlis- cussed for a tea lo he heir! dur- j ing hospital week. A public j meeting will he held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home. New members are needed. Kvcryone i welcome. The Tollbridge! District Humane Sociely will hold its annual meeting Wednesday at p.m. in rrxim 1 of Ihe Civic Sports Centre. The pub- lic is welcome to attend. The Evening Branch ACVf of St. Augustine's Church will hold a rummage sale on Friday from 7-9 p.m. and Saturday 9-11 a.m. in the Parish Hall. The regular meeting of the Women of the Moose will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the i Moose Hall, 3rd Ave. N. Hostesses will be Marinie Hop- wood and Anne SirazMe. And- hopefully you to us if you're thinking about a loan. Now, the person you'll sec at our place isn't some kind of financial ogre, lie won't try lo pur you down, stare you down, or check the heels on your shoes. But most important, he wants to give you that loan, That's one of the ways he makes his money. So you just tell him how much, hov.- much you cun a fiord each month, then it's up to him to work it out. And without getting you in over your head. And, that's it, N'n red tape. No edge about asking. You ree.wc feel Iwo bead1 arc better llian one figure M two people ".et out in achieve goals They come 2 little easier. Your goals, and our ponlv So with a Commerce Kankplan Insn. you get more than money. You gei a working partnership achieving goals. And that pives u> siill anoiher eJce over other brinks. taking the (ifi asking in the tirst pljce. To Man with, lei's set in the money husi- invest mnncv to make money,