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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 50-Bed Hospital L For Clareskolm CLAKESHOLM (Special) Formal approval has been given lor a 50-bed active treatment hospital for Claresholm by Healtli Minister J. D. Henderson, according to Don Gaudette, chairman of the Clares- holm Municipal Hospital Board. Cost is estimated at with tender call expected to go out late this fall, or early winter. The plans include expansion of the new building by another 20 beds when the need arises. It is to be located immediately south of the present old, 39-becl hospital which is In be disposed of when the new structure is completed. Mr. Gaudette said the location of the new hos- pital is a real breakthrough in efficiency of opera- tions. "Because we will be adjacent to the Alberta Hospital, we will be able to utilize the laundry, heat, water and dietray facilities of the Alberta Hospital. The two buildings will be connected by a tunnel." The main nurses residence of the old hospital will be retained. Mr. Gaudette said there's some finalization required for the plans before tenders will be called. There's to be air conditioning throughout most of the new structure. Soluriloy, August IS, 1970 THE lETIIDRIDpE HERALD 3 On Tour Of Sugar Factory Test Plots Sugar Beet THE PROVINCIAL MUSIC WORKSHOP ORCHESTRA GIRLS' CHORUS COWCERT TOUR Ba sure to attend thn live performance TUESDAY, August 18 at 8 p.m. LETHBRIDGE in the Genevieve Yates Memorial Centre Tickets at the door PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Department of Hie Provincial Secretary Cultural Development Branch HON. A. HOLOWACH P. B. HOWARD Minister Deputy Minister Tour Research Project TABER (HKS) Research and practical work being con- ducted by Canadian Sugar Fac- tories Ltd. in the Taber area was viewed in some detail by the board of directors of Al- berta Sugar Beet Growers As- sociation. At a dinner meeting prior to :he farm tour, company gen- eral agriculturist John W. HaU of Lethbridge outlined1 the re- search programs developed by .he company in co-operation vith Manitoba Sugar Company and the Lethbridge Research "ration. Mr. Hall spoke of re- earch in developing improved eed strains, in insecticides and lerbicides and in soils and fer- itizer work. He said that membership in he Beet Sugar Development 'cundation of Canada and Jniteci States has been benefi- ial in research work here and other places where research lagging behind local accom- lishments. ARM EQUIPMENT At the company's farm lops, supervisor of agricul- tural research Dr. Peter vantage of deep plowing to place the fertilizer in continu- ously wet soil where it is more available to plants. Spring work includes scrap- tag off the ridge tops and power incorporation of insecti- cides and-or herbicides, along with precision planting of beet seed in the exposed moist soil hi a single operation. Visitors had a look at spray Bergen explained the develop- ment and use of several pieces of farm equipment used in jlot tests and commercial pro- duction of beets. Machinery used in UK fall preparation of soil was explain- equipment used in herbicide and other tests, allowing for variation of quantities and ma- terials in any of the four rows being treated this equipment using gas pressure rather than pumps, is a local development. A two row beater scalper for removal of tops on experi- mental plots, biu'lt on the farm, was also an item of interest to the growers' executive. ISOLATION BREEDING First field stop was at the plant breeding area where some isolation cages of porous material are used for selective production of new varieties of beet seed. Seed produced from pairs of plants is grown in greenhouse and test plots and those with the most favorable character- istics retained. Two plots This field crop, planted at three to four inch spacing on corrugated land, had received a once over thinning weeding leaving about 120 per cent stand (120 beets in 100 Herbicide had been power in- corporated at the time of seed- ing, and an excellent crop is in prospect. Thinning was delay- ed to allow early weed growth for better control. Here again Dr. Bergen stressed the value of deep plowing to place fertilizer well from tu-o previous meetings for vacation ural other personal reasons. Lewis Pollard has akcn Taber's town council to ask for taking action on mov- ng the cenotaph lo Confcdera- ion Park with less than a full jcuncil in attendance. Mr. Pollard said that with a iehate on the matter over the Mst six years, ho was disap- ointcd that (lie subject had to be settled during (lie two weeks he was away. i A delegation from the Retail Merchants A s s o S i a tion here met with council Julv 13 re- questing the up-town park be converted to parking ne- cessitating moving the ceno- taph. The delegation was told that the matter would wait for a decision by all members of council due to the absence of two councillors. However, 'at the following meeting July 27, with Mr. Pol- lard net present, council on divided motion approved the j quest of the businessmen. Mr. Pollard, long an op ponent of removal of the par .................'do ii llic motion passed at council's I Oddit1. No further action V.MS last meeting, Mr. Pollard oh-1 taken. jcciecl to a suggestion by j In Mayor Arthur 11. Avcry lhat the motion be re-worded for clarification. "Not without all members of council present" stated Mr. Pollard, referring to the absence of councillors Ken- into damp soil. He soil tests down to said four that feet from the business district, ob jected to the use of public funds to provide parking facili ties for the customers of one business. In an across-thc-tablc debate councillor John Malinsky said that the extra parking space is required "so that the business- men of Taber can asking Mr. Pollard survive regarding cd, the process including 'culti- vation, irrigation, broadcast ertilizing, deep plowi n g, double floating, and ridging for 22 inch spaced rows. Dr. Bergen stressed the ad- Check These Harvest Truck Buys at Beny's L o n a wheelbose, fleefside box, radio, 6 cyl. motor, over- load springs. 1968 MERCURY 'A TON V8 motor, 4 speed trans. 1966 DODGE 'A TON Long wheelbase, wide side box 1966 IHC TANDEM Only miles on new 345 cu. in. V8 motor, new point job, new rubber, 5 ond 3 transmission. This unit is in top condition ond ready to go 1o work. Sjlinp PRICED Af ONLY.......... 4795 1969 JEEP 4 wheel drive, free wheeling hubs, V8 motor, 4 speed trans., a real workhorse. At Only 1966 MERCURY V4 TON V8 motor, radio, long wheelbase, wide side box. BENY CHEVROLET OlD! OK Supermarket Lot 2nd Ave. and 9th St. S. 1967 IHC Vi TON V8 molor, radio, 3 speed trans. Phono 327-3148 demonstrating rates of planting were inspect- ed. In the lirst, seeds were planted at six inch spacing, with no thinning and a single weeding. In the second, beets were planted at three inch spacing, and hand thinning and weeding in a single operation was required. These plots demonstrated the possibility of hand labor re- duction with precision planting and maximum germination to produce the optimum number of plants for high tonnage yields. WEED CONTROL Experiments in weed control by herbicides involved 16 test plots replicated eight times each plot ol four'rows being 60 feet long. Here combinations of various herbicides available were used for the control of annual weeds including kochia, ragweed, showed that the movement of fertilizer in the soil is upward with soil moisture, rather than downward 03' leeching as is commonly supposed. VARIETY AND STRAIN Research agronomist John Ewanek discussed the variety ana' strain plots, winch includ- ed some 450 different combina- tions of seed variety and fer- tilizer application with nitro- gen and phosphorus the vari- ables. The test plots were repli- cated from four to 10 times de- pending on possible favorable results, and similar tests are conducted throughout the beet growing area to compare soil types, farm practices, liquid versus granular fertilizers, fall and spring application, side dressing, etc. Hand labor was used. ROOT MAGGOT Field demonstrations at Cranford where outbreaks of root maggot are being success- fully controlled by the use of Tritra'on (about 70 per cent ef- fective) and an unregistered product Furadan. The com- pany is looking toward regis- tration of Furadan to allow its legal use on sugar beet crops. Discussions brought out the fact that there has been no oul- the need for a "green strip" up town. Mr. Pollard said that larger centres are now purchasing high price land in business areas to provide some greenery and beauty, and that Taber should not be caught in the same condition. "We're getting so damned culturally minded, and all con- (red north of the countered Mr. Malinsky, who noted that there is nothing on the south side for residents there. Bible School MONARCH (HNS) Daily vacation bible school will be held from Aug. 17-21, at hte Monarch Reformed Church. All children from ages five to are eligible to attend. School is from to 11.15 a.m. Head Start To Continue BELLEVUE (CMP Bureau) Mrs. Alberta (Bert) Eraz- zoiii, superintendent of the Crmvsncst Pass Head Start program has announced that the c'asses will resume Oct. 5. Invitations are extended for volunteer instructors, helpers, piano players and assistants for one or two hows time per week. These persons are re- quired in Coleman, Blairmorc and Believue. The Blah-more program is in need of an instructor and per- sons interested will be trained if they have not had ex- perience. Classes this year will be hek in the Coleman Miners HaU the Blairmore United Churc] auditorium and the Bellevui Municipal Building. The head start program is open to all five-year-old pre school children who will be at tending elementary school the "ollowing year. Registrations :or tho October classes will be leld hi September and date of registration will be announced. Dcrsons wishing more informa- .ion on the program should phone Mrs. Brazzoni at Belle- Tie at 5G-M671 in the after- loons. agreed lhal the department ol highways and transport mobile testing equipment should re- turn to Taber, acting on a let- ter from the mobile team. Con- siderable rainy weather re- duced the number of cars test- ed when the units was here in the spring. One fire in Taber and three I in the MD, nine ambulance calls in town and four in the MD for revenue of com- prised (he report of the fire de- partment for July. A dictionary prepared by the Jnited States National Bureau f Standards lists colors by ame. The book specifies imdreds of variations of blue, reen, pink, yellow and red. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Color TV Cabinet Model This exciting contemporary console has an easy simplicity in design but mokes no com- promise with quality and per- formance. It is well balanced by the clean sculptured lines of the overhanging top and tapered legs. SALE PRICE MUCH LESS WITH TRADE SMITH'S 236 13lh Street North LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone 328-2235 or 328-6964 COALDALE, ALBERTA Phone 345-3272 CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. lambs quarter and pigweed. Planting was at six inch spac- ing, and no supplemental hand labor was used so that evalua- tion with hand weeded crops could be properly made. Indications are that a combi- nation of herbicides power in- corporated in the soil at the time of planting, produced a cleaner crop than a test plot twice liancl weeded. Where herbicides used were inadequate to control weeds some were ineffective on koch- ia the profuse growth of weeds left the field looking quite ragged. Removal of weeds by hand would have r.eant improper evaluation of the herbicides used. Commenting on the produc- ion of weed seeds. Dr. Bergen laid that next year's weed :rowlh would provide a good 'lasis for the weed control pro- rani in the future. break of root mag past 15 years, the successfully Heptachlor over the pest being Adult High School Lefhbridge Community College School of Continuing Education FALL SEMESTER: controlled which was with re- moved from the acceptable list because of residual chemical in sugar beets. During the past five years, the reappearance of root mag- got has increased to major proportions this year, indi- cating the economic import- ance of licensing Furadan for general use in sugar best fields. No residual effects have been noted during its develop- ment and use. ASHPHALT PAVING T01LESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. lid. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 Preparatory and Matriculation classes begin Wednesday, September 2, or Thurs- day, September 3, and end Wednesday, December 17 or Thursday, December 18. Upgrading classes begin Tuesday, Septembers? and end Thursday, December 10 Each course operates two evenings per week p.m. throughout the 16- week schedule. COURSES OFFERED PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL BIOLOGY 120 TT CHEMISTRY 120 MW ENGLISH 120 TT FRENCH 120 MW MATHEMATICS 110.......... MW MATHEMATICS 120 MW PHYSICS 120 TT HIGH SCHOOL MATRICULATION BIOLOGY 130.............. MW CHEA'ilSTRY 130............. TT ENGLISH 130 TT FRENCH 130................. TT MATHEMATICS 130.......... MW MATHEMATICS TT PHYSICS 130 MW SOCIAL STUDIES 130......... MW What happens if you ask your son, your brother-in-law, or your next door neighbour to be your executor? Carrying out your wishes under vom Will is the culmination of your life's work, ambitions, frustra- tions, and achievements. Too often we've seen the problems of havinp relatives, friends, and business associates act as executors. For example, being brutal but realistic chances are one or two of them are your own age' so you can't count on continuity of the cxcculorship (as you could with a corporate exrnnfnri We suggest you name tu> your executor. The foun- dation of our business is, and always Has been, handling estates. You're assured of continuity and objectivity. We have the special knowledge ami cxpcitise in investment management and taxation you need. And we have offices right across Canada and overseas, so. your wife and other bcncficiarii-s can establish themselves comfortably and without worry wherever they please. If. on the other Band, having a large corporation looking afler your family affairs seems a little too impersonal, remember, we at Royal Trust have wives and children, loo. UPGRADING Bosic English TT English 80 TT Mathematics 80............. MW Science 80 MW TT indicates classes will operate each Tuesday and Thursday. MW indicates classes will operate each Monday and Wednesday. Courses labelled 130 are equivalent to the regular Grade Xfl level subjects. Courses labelled 120 are equivalent to the regular Grade XI level subjects. Coursei labelled 110 are equivalent to the regular Grade X level subjects. CREDITS RECEIVED MAY BE USED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR FOR UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE FEES: per Course NOTE: Students registered in u regular high school may not register in tho evening High School Program without permission of the principal of the high school. Applications must be accompanied by a deposit of which will be included in the total cost of each course. Balance of fees aro due and payable on opening night of the class. IRoyalTrust s under rulministralion, over 510 billion. 9 Deadline for application in each course is one week prior lo the dale scheduled for the class to begin. I Tuition fees listed for each course ore based on the length of the course and the materials and equipment provided. Registration may be made in person at Ihe College or by mailma the completed application form together with the requir- rd fee. Tho College llip right lo wirli- draw any course for which them n demand. People who have recmlered in o which l-.os, to bp cancelled will be noiificd and will have their fees refunded. For Further Information Please Conlaet: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lclhbridfje Community College Lothbrid'ac, Alberta 327-214] REGISTRATION FORM Please complete iVs form and return it, together with the prescribed fee, lo the School of Continuing Education, Loih- bridge. Alberta. NAME OccupoMon wish fo reniMer in the course W: Course Name Course Nanio Receipt No....... Fee: Date ;