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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, May 2, 1973 Beautiful Raymond wanted by Jacobs and company RAYMOND (HNS) Lyman H. Jacobs has been appointed by the Raymond and Dis'nct Chamber of Commerce to head an orgmiization to beautify Raymond. Mr. Jacobs has announced of- ficers Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ni- shiyama. Mr. and Mrs. John collected for Red Cross PICTURE BUTTE (Special) _ A record amount of was collected this year in the Pic- ture Butte area for the Cana- dian Red Cross. Airs. Lucille Karren, Red Cross chairman here, attributed the success of the 1973 canvass to the untiring efforts of the hospital auxiliary women, who canvassed the town, and the men of the district who collect- ed throughout surrounding ru- ral areas. On b e h a 1 f of the Canadian Red Cross Society, Mrs. Karren expressed sincere thartks to all workers and contributors for this success. Roberts and Mrs. Jacobs to head the program. A full organization strong enough to visit each home to survey of needs for early spring beautifieation will be organized this week, Mr. Jacobs stated. Prizes are to be awarded S e p t. 1 in five classifications: flowers, front yard, back yard, house and boulevard. The prizes will be cash awards of and for each classi- fication. Property owners will be asked to register for the beautifieation improve meat program when the coinmititee member calls. Cavalcade of floats runs from 12 to Taber rodeo parade set for May 21 TABER (HNS) The Taber Rodeo Parade has been sched- uled for Monday, May 21, at 12 noon. This is later than other years. The parade will be over by about and rodeo even'.s will start at the rodeo grounds at 2 p.m. The Sunday rodeo is also due to start at 2. Officials say the jnoon start- ing time for the pkrade will give farm people the opportun- ity to get in a one-half day of work before coming to town for the day's events. The rodeo program runs off so smoothly that events should be complete by about Some thought is also being given to maintaining? same par- BUT M TRY TO GIVE MORE FOR YOUR FOOD YOUR LOCAl INDEPENDENT GROCER 642 I3fh Street North Phone 328-5742 Phone 328-5742 for Free City Delivery on Large Orders. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. We sell only the highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices. w Service Is Our Business PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 3, 4 and 5 Bellevue, Alberta Phone 564-4638 ATTENTION Your former Super Save IGA in Bellevue has changed to the new group Mayfair Foods. Same ef- ficient service just a new name. CHUCK STEAK RIB STEAK CROSS RIB ROAST CANADA GRADE A CANADA GRADE A....................Ib. CANADA GRADE A---Ib. Ground Beef ,79' FRESH WIENERS BULK BARBEQUE Ib. BURNS BULK PORK____Ib FRUIT DRINKS ALIENS ALL FLAVORS 48 fl. oz. tins AYLMER SOUP TOMATO OR VEGETABLE 10 fl. oz. tins 8 for ASST. PEAS OR CHOICE CREAM CORN CAVALIER CHOICE 14 fl. oz. tins PEACHES GOLD REEF FANCY 19 fl. oz. tins 3 for STRAWBERRY JAM NAB08 PURE M 79" INSTANT COFFEE io, 1 BROKEN SHRIMP 590 LONG GRAIN RICE DEITA lb VEGETABLE OIL fl 69" DAIRY COUNTER Pilisbury 2 Varieties Biscuits 8 pkg. 3 for49c Armstrong mild cheese Cheddar BULK B9c Kraft Slices Past. Proc. Cheese 2ibJk... 1.69 I FROZEN FOODS Brook Park Chicken or Dinners pkg... 59c Fraser Vale 2 Ib. pkg. Hash Browns 3 for99c Farm House 4 varieties Cream Pies 9 QQ 12 01. pkgs........L Heinz Prepared PERFEX Mustard Perfex'" Bick's 3 varieties 12 fl' 7 QOr LAUNDRY DETERGENT Relishes oz iar o for We c 5 ib Campfire 11 oz pka Mllligllt packaae MarshmalloWS CLING FREE 4for99c Calgon 70I 99c 79c 1J9 Facial Tissue Rainbow or White KINGSFORD CHARCOAL white 5 99c !b 1.09 Golden Yeliow MAC APPLES Ontario Fancy lb. California 45's------ CANTALOUPE LETTUCE Canada No. 1 California Ib. 33" TOMATOES Canada No. 1 import- ed vine ripened Ib. MIHALIK'S STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday 9 a.m. till 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to p.m. ade route but in the opposite direction. This would clear 50th Ave. quicker and allow specta- tors to start earlier towards the rodeo entrance gates. Some queen contestants have notified the rodeo committee but another two entrants are requir- ed. Any interested sponsors should contact Wes Dunz. Plans have been made for the rodeo cabaret Saturday. Due to overcrowding in past years, tickets are available this year on an advance basis only. Contact Oddies Central Drugs, or Gwinners Rodeo Supplies or anv member of the rodeo com- mittee for tickets. There will be cocktails at 6 p.m., supper at 7, live entertainment at 8, followed by dancing to music by the Four Jacks. In past years the women's barrel race event was held Monday only. Due to the popu- larity of the "family day" rates on Sunday and increasing at- tendance at the Sunday rodeo, the women's event will go both days this year. The minor baseball associa- tion borrowed six of the rodeo bleachers last year. These have not been returned. These will have to be returned and repair- ed very soon to accommodate the expected turnout for the rcdeo. Little Bow Community Club spurs trip bv chartered bus to Penticton CARMANGAY (HNS) A chartered bus trip to Pentic- ton, B.C., had been planned by the Little Bow Community Club but due to unforseen happen- ings several members were un- able to go. After advertising other inter- ested passengers were picked up from Vulcan, Champion, Barons, Monarch, Picture Butte, Turin and Shaughnessy to make up a bus load. They arrived in Penticton about's p.m. and were taken to the Shoreline Motel where rooms had been reserved for them by the Penticton Cham- ber of Commerce. A flower and fruit arrangement had been placed in each room for their enjoyment. Hosts for their stay were the Penticton and District Retire- ment Group which has been ac- tive the past two years and has a membership of 700. They are now meeting in the Anglican Hall but plans are be- ing made and funds are being raised to build a new centre. Cars were waiting to take the group to see the lovely fruit blossoms and in the evening they were taken to the centre for a concert. Singers and an orchestra from the Penticton group entertained. The next day they were taken sight-seeing and a tour of the game farm. A delicious smorgasbord sup- per was enjoyed that evening followed by a film and dance at the centre. Upon departing each visitor was pressnted with a souvenir dish of Penticton. They were given a box of apples and a box of apple juice to enjoy on their homeward trip. Those enjoying the trip from Carmangay included: Grace and Mabel Hillard. Greta and Olive Scderquist, Rena Burns, Enid Ross, Mrs. Akitt, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Miller. Sparwood firefighters commended NATAL (HNS) The Dis- trict of Sparwood council has commended the Sparwood Fire Brigade for its efforts in clean- ing up Ceatennial Square. The firemen used brigade equipment to wash down the eral clean-up of the community and decided to give 30 days no- tice to service stations to re- move old Council has asked the com- mittee responsible for the operation of the dump to look so-ects in the commercial area. into the operation to ensure that Council ailso discussed a gen- the garbage contractor is com- Picture Butte needs to round out paving project PICTURE BUTTE (Special) At a recent meeting of town council, a bylaw was discussed for the purpose of borrowing for curbs, gutters, and storm sewers in connection with the paving scheme now in progress. Plans for the development of property adjacent to the north- west corner of the town, into a housing and mobile home de- velopment, have been shelved temporarily due to continually spiralling property costs. An a'.- Scouts prepare to cycle TABER (HNS) Flatlands ternative location for the mo- bile home court may be sought. Tenders are also to be called for in the replacement of the water line on Highway Ave. Solution of the drainage prob- lem on this main street is also being sought. High River good place to fish plying with various provincial regulations. Council also received the fi- nancial reports for the district and decided to have these re- porls published for the informa- tion of the taxpayers. It was decided to hold a spe- cial meeting to complete the budget. GOVT AGENT Further communication was received by council from Leo T. Nimsick, MLA. in regards to a government agent for Spar- Mr. Nimsick advised that if he is to continue to press for an agency for Spar- wood he would have to be given fac'.s to justify an agency here. He reminded council that in the pest 10 years there have been no new agencies established in the province. A letter was also received by council from the premier advis- ing that the Finance Depart- ment had fully investigated the need for a government agent in. Sparwood and that they found no justifica'ion for one. Because of the late fall sala of the mobile home lots in low- For a quiet weekend, trailer to High River, or tent if you like. It also has a tenting area. The cow town is only 25 miles south of Calgary. _____________ Park your trailer and drive (Taber) district, Boy Scouts of I to the big city, urges the local Canada, has announced its an- chamber of commerce, nual Boy Scout eyclathon will te held Saturday, May 26. It will include Scouts, Girl Guides and Brownies from the district's dozen troops. Cyclists will ride 22 miles from Taber to Vauxhall. re- versing last year's rmte, and transportation to Taber and from Vauxhall is being pro- vided. Darwin Bennett is co-ordina- tor. The event will attract more than 100 cyclists. A registration fee of will be assessed to cover costs of food, administra- tion and other necessaries. The cyclathon will com- mence at the sugar factory grounds. Check points, with wa- ter and restroom facilities, are being set up along Highway 36. Each group will be responsible for receiving and checking its own members at the Vauxhall arena. HIGH RIVER (HNS) High Paver has plenty of holiday nTce'spot wither council establish- plenty of shade trees, and play ed a policy of extentog the area, ajoining the High Wood tune limit for completion of River with trout and Rocky I footings and occupancy of the Mountain white fish. for an initial three monti Fire sweeps garage RAYMOND (HNS) Garn- er Shipton Fuel Oils Ltd., one of Raymond's oldest businesses, was swept by fire yesterday afternoon. No one was injured but the interior of the building, 40 by 30 feet, was destroyed. It is situated on the north end of main street. Owners are Vernon Garner and Wallace Shipton. Workers in the service station were charging batteries when a spark apparently ignited the blaze. Workers managed to save the accounting books. An estimate of the damage has not been made. period. Three readings were given to a bylaw specifying the duties of a supervisor of public works. At the previous meeting council decided to appoint the previous works foreman as an officer of the municipality. CLIP AND TRY THIS DELICIOUS ROGERS' RECIPE Lemony Peanut Butter Cookies 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons lemon rind, grated 1 cup all-purpose flour teaspoon salt Vz teaspoon baking soda cup shortening cup brown sugar Vt cup Rogers' Golden Syrup cup peanut butter 1 egg, unbeaten Cream shortening, sugar, Rogers' Golden Syrup and peanut butter, and beat until light and fluffy. Add egg, lemon juice and rind; mix thoroughly. Fold in flour which has been sifted with salt and soda. Chill dough thoroughly. Form dough into small balls, place 2 inches apart on greased cookie sheet. Press flat with tines of fork. Bake 12 to 15 minutes at 375CF. Makes 5 dozen cookies. Buy ROGERS' in the tin or popular plastic container For a free ROGERS' RECIPE BOOK, write: B.C. Sugar Refining Co. Ltd., Rogers Street, Vancouver, B.C. ROGERS ;