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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD -Stones Tossed At Pope From AP-Rcuters CASTEL GANDOLFQ, llalj (CP) _ Pope Paul escaped in jury when a former mental pa ti.ent hurled egg-sized stones at him Wednesday with such force that they damaged the wall of the audience hall. The Pope had just finisher blessing about pilgrims when the stones missed him by about three feet and crashec into the wall of the hall here where he blesses pilgrims each Wednesday during his summer retreat. Ths 72-year-old Pope was not aware of the incident at the time. He climbed into his papal chair, took Ms leave of a group of prelates and was carried amid applause out of the hall. He was told of the incident later, a Vatican spokesman said. Police seized a man, questioned him and took him to a Rome neurology clinic. "It was the spirits who ordered me to do the man Thursday, September 3, 1770 iH. '4 f JtsJjjf1 incher Creek 77 46 Cdmonton 70 45 Banff' 67 87 50 FORECASTS Lcthbridgc Medicine Hat Today: Sunny and warm. Lows tonight 50-55. Friday. Mostly cloudy. A few showers and cooler. Highs 65-75. Kootenay, Columbia Today: Cloudy with showers. Winds southerly 20 and gusty in the main valleys tcrght anc Friday. Mainly cloudy. A few showers. High today and Friday in the highs 60s and low 70s. Lows tonight in the low 50s. 72 47 River 70 47 Pentjcton 81 Speaks To LDS Parley CARDSTON (HNS) President N. Eldon Tanner of the irst presidency of the LDS Church of Salt Lake City spoke o the recent quarterly conference here. He based his talk on the text. 'Seek ye first ths kingdom of God and all else will be added unto you." Mr. Tanner is a native of }ardston. He taught school George .68 50 .11 Jorth Battleford 67 45 doose Jaw 78 50 Regina 75 76 59 Thunder Bay 63 60 71 53 dontreal 70 50 SMALL FRY, 1 pt. and chip MAMA FRY, 2 pa. and chip PAPA FRY, 3 pa. and chips FAMILY FRY, 12 pcs. (fish a PARTY FRY, 18 pes. (fish enl COD. per CREEP Permits NATAL. B.C. building permits were issued during July by the said. The remainder were in their cells. Prison officials said the two guards were overpowered -tiaprr -'HMafc 3 1-J> -r ...5 ___ District of East rving y it from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to several years and served in manv church positions. He OCEAN FRESH permits issued in June. Total construction Plant FERNIE (HNS) Institute of MLA for several years. Alberta stake president Roy Enaekman conducted the SMALL FRY, 1 pe. and chips MAMA FRY 2 pcs and PAPA FRY, 3 pcs. and chips 1 covered building Lenardon hopes to see construction started here Remington was re-cased as high councilman FAMILY FRY, 15 pcs. (fish or PARTY FRY, 18 pcs. (fish on HALIBUT, per 3 as compared to June's which included a million interim permit issued to Fording Coal. The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commcrca opened its sub-agency at Spanvood on the city's proposed new sewage treatment plant. It is estimated the plant will cost The city is contacting federal and provincial governments to ascertain what grants are Victim Identified KELOWNA B C stake. He was replaced by D. Payne. Other sneakers were Deloy Leavitt and Grant Malktn of the take presidency, Duane Rem-nglon, DonaM Martin, Jr., Villis Pitcher and Mrs. N. E. '.irt FILL .ONCE A WEEK THROUGH DESIGN SAVES FEED FEED-IN TROUGH ALWAYS FRESH WEATHERTIGHT STRONG AND DURABLE GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE S MOTHER BROWN'S CHIPS Wednesday identified Jennie Heatherington, 70, of Kelowna, as the woman killed Tuesday night when slie was struck by a car while walking along a highway three miles north of this Okanagan Valley city. An inquest was CHIPS, per order CHIP FRY, 5 orders 1.15 NEW! LABOR CLUB j P Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. J I SOCIAL EVENING] 1 Friday, Sept. 4th 8.30 p.m. 1 iL Music by "MINT JULEPS" 1 V COVER CHARGE Members and their invited guests 1 Th. "ANYTHING GOES" will >o playing in Hie Clubrooml M Saturday evening. DANGER AGAIN The ancient Khmer capital of Angkor, sacked by Vietnamese nvaders in the 15th century, nee more is threatened by hos-ilo Mother Brown taltei great p FATHER BROWN'S DELUXE BURGER with Chips REGULAR BURGER In introducing BEEF BURGERS AS AT 9 COURTESY Highway 3 west. Repaying is n progress between Leth- i bridge and Monarch. Motorists i are advised to watch for men and equipment. Highway 5. Lcthbridge to (Veiling. Heavy oiling has been l lone and motorists are advised c PORTS ON ENTRY (Opcnin; A Carway 5 a.m. lo 11 p.n o 9 p.m. Del Bonita 7 a.m. to 8 o 11 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 2-1 1 a A.M. TODAY OF AMA o drive with caution. Repav-ng is in progress and there art nen and equipment in the irea. All other highways in thn jfithbridge district are in good riving condition. and Closing Coutts MST, Chief Mountain 8 a.m. p.m.; Rooseville, B.C., 7 a.m. ours; Portiiill-Rykerti 8 FOR SALE. Save Money On Fruit! BARTLETT PEARS, PLUMS, PRUNES, EARLY RED APPLES In Crailan Valley Orchards From Aug. 28th an. Follow Highway 3 Road construction completed Mclntosh Apples ready about Sept. 12th ,i Tiwri im in- CHEESEBURGER Mother Brown's has to bo flood she sell anything HOURS: Monday and Tueiday 4 lo 8 p.m. Wednesday lo Sunday a.m. lo 8 p.m. PHONE 328.8392 2716 12th AVE. ;