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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 5, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD COFFEE 2-ijb. pkg. PINEAPPLE JUICE 3JP Wwtcm Family SALMON Gold Fink.....7-oz. GINGER ALE Canada Dry Quarts for PLUS DEPOSIT I .00 if SYRUP Grade A Mediums EGGS 24.49 dozen I Dare chocolate chip 2-Ib. Mrs. Milnes 19-oz. for Red Kidney Beans Heinz 14-oz. fins 4 1 Getting at the seat of the matter Temperatures in Montreal are soarin g into the 90s these days, and three young girls try awfully hard to cool off by sharing a sprinkler. Dutch pay tribute to queen THE HAGUE TAP) The, her 35-vear-old daughter. taking an active part in Al- J.J1U _i__- c-t-_ iTrai- nnarahnnc anri later Dutch hold national celebrations this week to mark the 25th anni- of Queen Juliana's versary reign. The queen W, the nation's tribute dm ing spe- cial film showings, carriage processions and a broadcast by Sociah'st Premier Joop den Yul de- cess Beatrix. She has been quoted as telling an aide: "I am healthy. I do my duty. Why should I abdicate? I have no intention of doing so." KNOWS THE LAW Juliana is a tireless woiker, lied war operations, and later became a top public relations man for Dutch business abroad. The anniversary calebrations begin in Amsterdam with the entire royal family attend- ing a 90 minute documentary JUliana IS u uui.vci, and has an acute sense of reviewing Juhana s actm- stilutional law. today, which has been de-' corrects cabinet ministers on I clared a national holiday. j -what is possible under the Den Yul has ruled out a mill-1 Dutch constitution. tary parade as too old-fashioned I Juliana is also known to be and too costly for a country ex-1 hard-headed and stubborn at I periencing high inflation. j times. _ Juliana's reign covers the pe-, There was a royal crisis in riod of national recovery that the 1950s when the queen felli followed the Second 'World War. under the spell of Greet Hof- The Dutch today enjoy a high a self-styled faith healer standard of living, with all the j problems that go with the af- fluent society. In 1940, when she was 31 and heir-apparent, Juliana and hsr first two of four daughters. Beatrix and Irene. were brought to Canada in a Dutch destroyer and spent five years In Ottawa living an informal life. Juliana's husband, Prince Bernhard, spent mast of the Second World War in Britain but was in Canada for the birth Of his tlird idaughter, Margriet, Jan. 19, 1943. Queen Wilhelmina, Juliana's mother, abdicated Sept. 4, 1943, and Juliana bscame queen two days later. Sept. 5, has been chosen for the silver anniversary celebration as the "golden mean" between the abdication and the inauguration. BRINGS NEW STYLE Wilhelmina ruled for 50 years and was the world's last Victo- rian queen. Juliana wanted to be nearer the people. She in- sisted on knowing how Dutch men and women thought and Jt-ilOv- WA j At times she ties as queen. Mushrooms "amiiy: fVlUSfarCl French's............12-oz. pump jar Canned Pop Con, 8 1 Dog Food Perky............16.0i. tir Plus Deposit for Catelli Macaroni and Cheese Dinner A 11-oz. bf for 2QC0 for 1 FROZEN FOODS Lemonade Fish Sticks Ice Cream White or pink........... 6 oz. for Highliner Cod or Haddock..... 8-or. Palm gallons assorted 0 .19 lived. She a new style to Holland's constitutional mon- archy, doing away with curt- esies, stiff protocol and pomp. Although among the world's richest monarchs, the informal queen and her family live sim- ply. Menus at the royal court have been trimmed and the summer holiday is spent each year at the royal property at Porto Ercole in Italy. How popular is Juliana? A 78- year-old Dutchwoman said. "Juliana is a nice woman. Her mother, Wilhelmina, was respected as a queen." Juliana gets annoyed by news reports speculating about her possible abdication in favor of QUEEN" JULIANA with pacifist and leftist lean- ings. Ths queen hoped Miss Hofman could work miracles on young Princess Christina, who was almost blind and now lives in Canada. When Greet Hofman's in- fluence began stretching too far and she sought to influence the queen to grant amnesty to Hol- land's No. 1 Nazi prisoner, Miss Hofman was removed from the royal court. But it took mighty persuasion by the then premier, Willem Drees. SIGNED AWAY COLONY Queen Juliana's most historic task since her accession was II J? dream came true ST. AGATHA, Ont. (CP> After 33 years of house- keeping at Roman Catholic rectories, washing clerical vestments and preserving fruits and vegetables for priests, Lorraine Busch is glad she "tied her apron strings" to the church in this village just noith of Kitch- ener. After a girlhood spent on a farm in nearby St. Clements. Miss Busch aspired to work- ing in a rectory and her dream came true in 1935 when she started at St. Mary's in Kitchener. Looking back on a lifetime of service, on the hundreds of bushels of produce that shs preserved, on the hundreds of sacks of potatoes that she bought for as little as 75 cents a bag, she said she "couldn't imagine working at anything else." a little girl. I dreamed of being a housekeeper in a rectory, but I hadn't envis- aged one with 25 she laughed. Feeding the five to seven priests at St. Mary's was a massive job, she said, and she "couldn't count the times'" she had been rolling dough or mixing cakes when taSK since ner woo; that of presiding over the meet- the doorbell imi d ring __ i .1 cnrv cnmcfor ing at winch "the 300-year-old' sovereignty of the Netherlands over Asian empire was signed away to the Indonesian republic. German-born Prince Bern- hard first made himself popular zoo Phase 1 for Toronto TORONTO (CP) Gunterlest, every plant African, h Voss, director of the New Me- tropolitan Toronto zoo, said it may not be the world's great- est zoo at the start but it will be Phase 1 of an ambitious run at the title. Dr. Voss, director of the As siniboine Park zoo in Winnipeg for 11 years, said "this 700 has never been done before." "I had my first zoo job 31 years ago as a schoolboy and this zoo has been growing in my mind for years." The zoo, which will open on 700 acres in subur- ban Scarborough next June, is being reconstructed from a neg- leclcd apple orchard. New hills will be Africa and Asia. The African rain forest will be an all-African rain for- said. "If the plants do well, there is little question that the ani- mals will do well." Dr. Voss wants contrasts built into the zoo. As an exam- ple, he suggested walking from a January blizzard into a world of ripening fruit, fresh blos- soms, perfumes of tropical growth and flying, gaudy birds. He has been nurzuring this picture for years, since a visit to the Milwaukee zoo brought insight. "There was a zoo, almost empty of people, and right beside it two botanical greenhouses crowded with visi- tors. I think I decided right there to merge the two." The spry spinster takes credit for setting an example followed by two of her sisters, Lucy and Therese. who also started working as house- keepers in rectories. After two years of assisting at St. Mary's. Lucy went on to become Sister Angela, a member of the Consrcsation of St. Joseph in Hamilton, whers she works as a medical librarian at St. Joseph's hos- pital. For 16 years. Miss Busch's other sister Therese worked with her at St. Mary's until each moved to another rec- tory, Therese to St. Pius' in Brantford and Lorraine to St. Francis' here, until she was transferred to St. Agatha's in 1915. Her hectic days are over, she says, since she now has only one priest to care for in an Il-room house. Rev. Anthony Mayer, pastor of St. Agatha's, is pleased with her services. "Lorraine is an excellent cook and housekeeper. I never suggest or interfere: I just cat and enjoy my meals." Fresh killed, limited supply, 6 to 10 Ib.............Ib. Pork Chops Rib and loin 1 .49 Rib Steaks Formers Cheese Low calorie, mild Ib. 2 B TS or CARROT! LOCAL CUP or ZUCCHINI SQUASH SUNKIST CABANA GOLDEN RIPE .00 LAYER CAKES Each RAISIN SCONES 59 t Dozen SOFT PAN BUNS Dozen ;