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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HF.KALD MONDAY, MAY Bishopric Changes Mark Conference i Of LJXS. Stake Two bishoprics nere reorganized tne Lethbndge stake ccnrerence of the LJXS. church m the city Sundav vcitli 53der Joseph Fielcjng List Winners tne erection of the two units of -f--r- A Contest or EtaCifS" O. xttlSSPil- of tne Eleer Reed C. KJison pi ttxe stake Charles O. Aspland presidency, absent, oeing cm .._.----- musical curing the con- wore is El Weather JARTXEKSHIP DISSOLVED is given in -ne Aloerta sette bv George Wesroa of Clareshohn that M of Snnpson and op- erated Qual-ty Motors at Ciares- Winnipeg....... HONORED AT 'HAT j Engineer T. Thoreson on SteeZe of me Letnbnsge rei a-, the, retiree sfier nearlr mr.e In the ooster contest sponsored by tfee Juaior of Com- merce in connection with ttoeir ,-uo campaign, tae grand prfze school. eat- at i the aftemocn session, KaroiaLav- heard in a beautiful vio.a June Shortt, Fleettrood school: Ronald Homulos, St. school; Andrew Bohaiy, St. Basil's school, and Lama Armour, West- minster school. for ihe paster submitted by j in the various schools Colette Green. Central school; iHurs: 01 DeWinton haie been ap-i i Donned commissioners for oaths, ac- icorciag :o tbe latest issue ol thes Scv en' Alberta Gazette. s HOUSEHOLD COTTON Johnston and Johnston Brand lb.....696 JacksoiuDraflm The Fanulr Drug tbone Crapo i wares of the stake' -srerej at tbe largely attended j leaders Irom Utaii tiie princi- SUSTAINS IXJUB 3ie-cte Jaw C ii. or Nonn Aass nee Corrpary ss recovers? s: He Jiarse -sraer. si resrs He was rising a nd orer. FOEMEK IK5PECTOK DIES synopsis al 3.30 a take special Every practical verstv in 2SSS czzze to in 1312 and -cr nasr He'sSned in PirsE Wsr as oEcer at Skrsee csmp to Lawr re -as trcnsferrec. to _ ____0; :3 yesrs. Far several! vss Tcr school dstnct. ATTEKDS 24155 nts just re- ei :o tne ciry after TrcrSrs. Isxne econonucs fcranch. vss held 21 todsy. of Alberta trie district. Clear skies j escept in the them Aloerta mbere rsin showers are tong Vc'U'S i reported. Up to 12 degrees ct frost Mcdid-e reported in many parts of Al- be-ta and Ssskatcne'R-in las: night. :h Les to tne 5C srji the expected. M tonight rnomine. st- The clear, _______________Mnth ill be as cooler ________Xortirsxes: Ternaries is expected :o ptish crer the Peace Hirer cistnc; by Tues- siav morning and to south of id- monton by saacowa Taesdsy. Forecast today, clear- altar micnignt Clear and trarmer Tuesday, southerly winds 15 w; an hour today, be- T4X SET light on Tuesdav. IjOW to- Sbc VKS in sre to be 35. High Tuesday" 73 ed ousis assion aanar j Medirrne this after- p-oxissons of "the Tss Becorery -oon. Clear tonight and Tuesday sz 2 ujn. on Jtme to Warmer Taescay. Southeasterly the be chambers. "Aloerts. Gaaerte. The sale is to, trinds today. Seccrnrrg lisnt Tues- in the ttllsge's council (jay. tonigh; 30. Tues- iTT-bers. i day is.___________________ Announcements ENT> Cff FISGER As a resit cf eni o. a finger m a tnes; sitncsr at ms no SPECIAL BAH. FAKES recnced fares have been ETjinoriiSd bv the Caaacjan ran- -CTEVS for tie" Victoria TK.J holicay ii Tiras announced, tocay. TickeK for zne Isng sold on the bass of smgie fare and a coarter. This -was annsranced in No official notifica- tion of the reduced fares besi received at ijethbricee but; it is pre- sumed thet; the general acsoatice- mert; TKE jrclude trus atv. TO CAFTTAT. Clayton c'nqfTrnaa ol Indastnal reiatsans board; David Labor member of the board. S. A. Pugh, board ber and secretsry of tne Alberts ceDsruaeEi of trsdes and industry, returned to SatGrcsy from a tour thrangii the south of the province. They visited Calgsrv, iLeLhbndge, Medicine iiat and Xteutnaeller. Object of the trrp vas to conducs a series of Jn- vesnganons regarcmg- the adTis- ahOrty of c-i-ngj vacations -wita pay for Albena -srorkers, prohEKtiDij ss1 restriction of females be- tsreen and 6 anil in- vestigation of the tsse of spin; shifts in the prorasce. DS. D. A. RY {Kct yet listed m 1784 Deaths aivav at the resiaence on Saturday, 4ih. Jaaes Martin MacLean, eged 45 years, beloved, husband of Sirs. Jean 3fecLean of 533-12th Si C N. Serricss vu! be tela in St PresovKnan Cnurcn on Tuesday S.E 2-30 p-w. the Sev. S. Gamn of- Scatirie. Interraeis is View cemetery. Martin Bros, direc- tors of funeral service. 233 2 Ibs. PINEAPPLES 35c Fresh Cuban ORANGES Arizona Valencias Pound 13c GRAPEFRUIT 23c Texas Pink 21bs. care to means is used to rush the perishable foods to flavor perfect and crispy fresh. Safeway buyers go right out into the fields to select the best. Speedv trucks hurry the produce to stores. In-between delays and in- between expenses are cut to a trriymmnn. You get finer, fresher fruits and California, crisp California Utah type your money at Safeway. LETTUCE CELERY CABBAGE CARROTS CAULIFLOWER .Lb. New California clip top .......................................Lb- Victoria Lb. 15c 14c 8c 6c 19c SERVICE PERSONEL And Their Wives Are icnted to nseet representa- tives our at the T3LC.A. any Tacrsday beiweesi the hours of S 3.38 pjn. Our committee -Bill be glad to help you in any -way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee; Cards Of Thanks The family of the late Mrs. Sn- raelia Schneider to their many friends for the kindness ana j sympathy shovm anc floral tributes received "dsrrng their recent sad j bereavement; also the doctor and muses of Gait Hostnta! those' placed CS.TS at- then- disposal. 234 In Memoriam In lovln? msnorr of brother George, wno passed aTray May 7, 1945. "To memory ever dear." Ever rernemoered bv brother Den and -fgr-iHy 211 ladge QiRISTENSENBROSl Meetings Masonic Notice Hesular meean? of Tork No 119, av. and be "held in the HalL 10th Street S-, tornorro'B' fTuesaay) eve- rung at 3 o'dociL. All members are rnged to attend. Visitors -sreicorce. K. of C. to Sleet A regular meeting of the Krughts of Columbus be held at tne Parish Hall on Tuesday, May 7th at p.m. The regular meeting of the Cine Employees Local No. 70 -sill be held tomcrrcra'. evening; in the Traaes and 205-13th St. Jforth at 8 o'docfc. Daily Values Peaches Beet Greens Pineapple Grapefruit Pork and Beans Grapefruit Juice Miscellaneous Needs W Steel Johnson's Pint Tin PHONE-28O2 Encampment The regular meeting of Leta- tatdge Sncarapment isc 7 -Kill be held en Monday. May 6. at 3 pja. in the I.OO.F. nail. AU members TTshing to zo to ths grand rally a; Calgary on 5.1ay 24 are assess to gJv names to tne recortung scnbe. MCDOWELL TO BANK POST AT CARDSTON Smest JficEto-B-ell of tae Boyal Banfc of Canada, manager at Fore- most for tne past year ani former- ly on the staff of the banfc here, has. been appointed manager of the Csrcston branch, succeeding the late John ISe-rar. W. H. Hayne. has beer. branch raanaeer at BeHevne, w take over tne Foremost branch. 1871-1946 175' Y5AJ5S STRONG i C Palrnoiive, regular size............4 cakes LLt Oxydol Matches Savage Water Aero-Mist ,.24.oz. Washing Soda aad a Ration Time Table Week besjnnrns Monday, >foy 6th, BtTITEB Coupon Nos. Kl to S7 irciuEive now vsllc. Coopoa Nos. SI to S12 inclusiTe nov valid. C qafederation ssociatioa Coupon NOE. to M35 inclusive no'sr valid. Coupon Ko M36 becomes vajd Thursday, May 9tn. Safeway meats are guaranteed good eating, or money back. We sell only Red Special and Blue Commercial Beef. CHUCK ROASTS Full of flavor, economical. lb. 21c Lean, fresh ground Well trimmed. Hamburger Sirloin Steak Prime Rib Roast Round Bone Roast Lb. Lb. Bone in. Lb- Lb. I5c 39c 29c 21c Sirloin Tip Roast 38c Beef Liver 23c Lamb Chops Loin 38c Short Ribs 13c Hiw to prepare for i festiwe Mether's Diy Surprise Mother by letting her be guest of honor for at least one festive meal on Mother's Day. Make it the kind of a that Dad and the youngsters can prepare without her help, but include the pretty touchee to give it a party feeling. DRESS TIP THE TABLE Chooae Mother's favorite pastel color, and make placemats with ruffled edges from crepe paper. just a. matter of cutting and stretching the edges. For the center- piece, coveralarge box with crepe paper, May-basket ruffle the edges, and fill with flowers or trailing ivy. At Mother's place, have a smaller May basket filled with her gifts or a variety of her favorite cosmetics. FOR BREAKFAST OR Start off with chilled tomato juice that's been pepped up with a bit of lemon juice about tsp. of lemon juice for each glass of tomato juice. Garnish with a sprig of parsley or a celery leaf. Eoty Scrambled Eggs have a party air, and are to fix. Beat eggs slightly in the top of a double boiler and add 1 tbsp. top or evaporated milk for each, egg used. Season with salt and pepper and cook until smooth and creamy over boiling water, stirring; fre- quently. Heap on the breakfast toast cut in triangles, dust with paprika and aerve while piping hot. IF ITS DINNER FOR Begin with a dressy opening course such as orange and grapefruit chunks in grapefruit gfrgHg Garnish with a berry, cherry or a stuffed olive. When planning the rest of the menu, remember that chicken a party Plan to fix it Mother's favorite way, and serve it with new boiled potatoes, fresh green beaas, peas or asparagus. For dessert, there's no prettier one than ice cream. on canned peach halves. FOR A MOTHER'S DAY BAN- If the boys' or girls' club plans a banquet for Mother, we've some tips ay help in deciding what to serve. Fruit Cocktail with Cheese Crackers Creamed Chicken and Sliced Ripe Olives on Biscuits Shoestring Carrots Asparagus Tips Additional Biscuits Honey Sherbet or Ice Cream Angel Food Cake Salted Mixed Nuts DirtcUr The Bureau AM EJOTM Sffcufr Strtiec Smoked Weiners Lamb Shoulders s 25c 20c COTTAGE ROLLS Half or Wliole lb. 44c yOUK HAPPY HOME HOW'S ABOUT SOME FOR THIS SAWDUSTS THAT DOES I I'M GOING- HOME MOTHER! C. E. BURTON, Canilol Theatre BIdg. Representative, LETHBRIDGE Phone 2454; Res. 4S45 YOU NEVER H DAD COMPLAIN ABOUT MEAT. ...AND FLA MEAT tS RUINING OUR HAPPY Do we hear wedding bells? If they're scheduled to ring around your neighborhood soon, then you're think- ing of showers. For ideas for attractive, easy-to-give showers, send for the new leafiet entitled SHOWERS FOR BRIDES It'f free. Just mail your request to CAROL DRAKE, Director Thi Buraa P. O. Box 519, Dipt. S, Vancouver. B C Cta. Ho need to guess about the meat you buy Every purchase of Safeway meat, regardless of cut, regardless of price, is unconditionally guaranteed to please you or your money back. fMr ftf m0rt fftr money of SAFEWAY 1EWSP4PERS nFWSPAPFRI ;