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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Moy 18, l'72------------- Western Canadian Seed Processors plans new food market ventures radu hut also in the retail Inisl-, coffee, spices, flavors, pickles, "The purchase is a real mile olives nml n u in c r o u s oilier stone in our development, Mr. items Michael s a 1 d. "Stafford is cm eeri'i Western Canadian Seed pro-1 ot a real LLI III iii.iiiiiii.Mii i fl.lc Vflar food business, which is! duces crude vegetable oil, pro- w-hero Die hulk of Western Ca-; fein meal, refined oils for in- fly -MM MAYII1K llmilil Matt Writer M'estern Canadian Seed Pi'i> cessors of l.clhbridge. which annuunced Hie pur- .._ chase of Hie controlling iiitor- naclian Seed production is sold.; slitufional and retail trade, in- CSL in Station! roods Ltd. of, Stafford also has been a very sliluliunal shortenings and mar- pioi al Toronto, expects to start pro-! good customer of Western Ca- ducing a new line of salad midian Seed in the past, -Mr. Mi- dressings next month. chad said. Company president IliiRh Mi-: Stafford turns out such prod- chael said Western Canadian' nets as: jams, jellies, manna- Seed has been heading toward lades, fruil pic fillinps. sundae (he production of move finish- sauces, mushrooms, asparagus, ed pmlud.s'. JJalf its production ii p p J e sauce, individual hot now is packaged compared' chocolate envelopes, ketchup, with strictly hulk shipments spaghetti sauces: several years ago. Mixes for pancakes, waffles, Stafford Foods' is in the pack-; cakes, biscuits, beverages, aging business largely for II surge this The purchase "will add quite a bit to their sales and profits. Stafford has p 1 a n t s in To- garine which is sold from the I runto and Hamilton, west coast to Ontario. 300 persons, had sales last month will see Hie first I year of million, and sells of its new line of salad dress- Product across Canada from ings distribution points extending marriage of Ihc Iwo i from Vancouver to Moncton. firms, Mr. .Michael said, will! Western Canadian Seed, provide a foi jnidable sales J will] a staff of 390, Jiari sales of force in the Canadian food business Western Canadian its product as far away as Asia. Seed's sales force will combine with Stafford's force of 74 sales- million last year, selling big 'way, soups: did spreads, fruit, vege- institutional! tables, jelly powders: instant WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE FRESH FISH and SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD AT FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE THURSDAY, MAY 18th and FRIDAY, MAY 19th From a.m. to p.m. Shares of both firms are list- ed on the Toronto Stock Ex- change. Mayor Andy Anderson said the purchase of Stafford is men. Salesmen will have a very j complete line of wares for in- slitufional customers plus an j vea, [ealner -m lnc cap o[ expanded lino for the mail Westeni Canadian Seed. The company head quartered in Lethbridge is a real success GIGANTIC story, he said. It has overcome obstacles and surged steadily A I I ahead and upwards. rarle. APPLIANCES O SPORTING GOODS FURNITURE All new merchqndiia MGN., MAY 29th HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE Phone 328-4705 PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION A. E. 328-OT11 PHONES 328-0222 Cadet inspection tonight The annual inspection of the 20th Independent Battery RCA Army Cadet Corps will be he'd tonight at at the Leth- bridge Armories. The parade commandet CadeL Lieutenant Ken Matbc son will be assisted hy Cadet Staff Sergeant Dnane GUIT. The inspecting officer for the evening will be Colonel Fred i King. The local corps is under the i command of Captain L. D. Bo- dell. 324-13 St. North NORTH LETHBRIDGE "Your Store For Hard-To-Find Hardware" Phone 328-4441 CONTINUES UNTIL JUNE 3rd 1972 Rotor 2 Speed Powerful 20" Fan For Hie homemaker who demands the besl! this large 2 speed fan is highly efficient for moving large quan lilies of air. The five fin plaslic blade is protected back and fron! wiih slurdy plaslic grills. Complete with handle fcr easier movabilily........... 20" PLATED ROLLAWAY FAN STAND Accommodates most 20" portable fans I U Double Hibachi Great value hcrel Made of heavy black cait iron. Features adjustable chrome plaled grills with hardwood handles ior convenient cooking. Approx. ONLY Junior Sire Patio Lights Colourful Chinese lanterns of durable plastic will add charm to that patio party. Consists of 6 bulbs, 5 shades 15 fl. long tord "Pennant" Exterior House and Fence Paint A quality oil base pnint. While only, 3 DC 1 or More O 70 ._......___ Gallons .....each I R.C.A. Air Conditioners Get ready for those hot sticky days ahead and what belter wny than with your own room air conditioner. 50CG Bit! Model 179.50 6000 BTU Model 199.50 18" Cut Twin Biade Electric Mower A favourilt Ihc ladies quiet lightweight and easy running. JUM flip llu; switch and away you qo. Rn> 7T Largo 1'j f1 p mctot aluminum dc-ck and 6" plail.c whci-ii. Brilliant blue and while finish Weedex Wonder Bar HprVs your r !rj have n weed frr? lo-vn 2-4D imnrr rp-.nlrci Wrj Bar nrro--s In-vn and out brondl'-cji' wrjeris, dandelions and many olhrrv Trcols sq. ft pull ,97 Weed 'n' Feed With Killex For in li.n Spring and Fall arc PQ oclivf.ly Conlrols mcsl 'hard (o kill words !n one Covers up lo sq. ft. 22-lb. bag 50' Electric Lawn Mower Cord Need an extra length of cord for those hnrd lo rcoch spots? Buy now and save! Bright red 3 wiro cord M wild unbreakable vinyl pluq and conneclor. Tough oulor covering. ONLY................. 100' ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER CORD 24" Motorized Barbecue vafue wifh many fealurcs. Deeper 24" mulliplc ribbed firn bowl, hood, spil and eleclric ric'or. Ralchcf type grill adiustrnpnt 5 IB. BAG CHARCOAL 17 576 Thermos 1 Gal. Picnic Jug Slurdy p-.olded plaslic jug with u re! hone insulaiit Widi! mouth lap and i dor ipoul Melon or Avocado. 12B-OI. capntily NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324-13 St. North Phone 328-4441 Rick Hancock, Winston Churchill David Flak, Wilson Junior High Allan Niile, Hamilton Junior High Junior-senior high school show attracts The annual -Junior and Sc- nior High School Art Show held j Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, featured the work of more than i GOO students and was visited by an estimated 2.000 people. j Comments from the guesl book were extremely favorable Iw the six schools that partici- pated, Alan Watson, Hamilton, Palcrson and Wilson Junior High Schools, Winston Churchill High School and the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. The, 24 students who took part in demonstrations were (featured with the artwork in i the two gyms of Hamilton. Students from Lelhbridgo schools visited the show Mon- day and Tuesday. farm The Stewart Game Farm was opened officially i t h a crowd of 500 attending the cer- j emonies. Dr. Allen Warrack, provinci- al lands and forest minister. Guaranteed Dr. C. D. Stewart the co-operation of hoth the local office and the provinci- al department in his operation of the farm. Dr. Warrack was OIK1 of several (iignila r i e s present in the crowd, which in- cluded mayors, aldermen, coun- ty reeves and representation from the fish and wildlife divi- sion. Tiie open IIOIILC which follow- ed I he ceremonies brought in an estimated people, and Dr. Slew-art said he was "very pleased with the wond c r f u 1 turnout." Visitors were ahlc to sec Ihc latest additions to the farm: three racoons, a week old, were horn there. The ra- coons join a collection of 151 animals and 55 birds origin- ally purchased from the Oka- naf'nn Xoo. Tim farm, localcd a half-mile south of I.clhbridKe on High- way is open lo the puhlic from 12 noon lo fl p.m. week- I clays and "pretty well a n y- I time" Saturdays and Sundays I snid Dr. Stewart. Admission is 25 ccnls for chil- dren under 12, 75 ccnls for I those 12 to II) and for J adults. Reception planned for John Watson John P. Watson, retiring prin- cipal of Allan Watson School, will be honored at a reception May 28, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the school. The banquet is being held by the parents and teachers of the school, who are requeuing all friends, associates, former pupils and parents, lo attend. Mr. Watson has been prin- cipal of Allan Watson School since 1931. June 1972 will mark 44 years of teaching for Mr. Watson, 39 of them in tho Lclli- bridge public school district. People who wish to inquire about the banquet may phone 327-2545 or 327-6640. Gail Varzari, L.C.I. Patricia Sallenbpch, L.C.I. Baton finals Friday For nil Ihose people havo a love for and au iiUcrcsl in the spinninR silver .shaft, this is your weekend. The fourteenth annual provin- cial baton twirling champion- ships, sanctioned hy Ihe Alber- ta Baton Twirling Association will take place in Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Friday, the south Alherla championships and the Lclli- uridgu city championships will Ix1 held nt tho Adrnis he Ou- tre a'. 7 p.m. Saturday will hcgin with a corps and team inspection and The provincial championships and Ihe U.S. open specialties will follow. Saturday al Hie Yalcs Memorial Centre Linda Winslow will lie the jiui'st per- former. The evening begins at p.m. and will end with Iho presentation of Ihc champion- ship awards. Sunday, n clinic will be spon- sorerl by Hip AI1TA for nil in- terested twirlcrs, leachers parenls nl Hie Civic Sports Centre from 9 a.m. lo 3 p.m. MOORGARD Easy brushing quick drying. Resists blistering, Non-fading colors sta> clean bright. House Paint GLOSS FINISH For wood siding, doors trim most in one co.nl. Long Listing durability excellent gloss relen'.ion. FREDDIES PAINT LTD. 814-3rd Avo. S. Phono 337-5540 Whr-ro Ounli'v and Srrvicc i', n ;