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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridoy, Auguil 16, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HEUMB 19 Army worms winning no battles Tlie oortlia army worm score lias (ailed to material- ize for rapesecd producers, with only spotty infestations re- ported in central Altata. Farmer and Allicrla depart- ment of agriculture staff pre- paredness iind ideal spraying conditions arc beinj; credited with the controlled situation throughout the province. Hoi) Simmons, vice ju-csidcnt in charge of markclinK for Western Canadian Seed I'roc- cssors Ltd. of I.clhhmlgc, said Dertha army worm spraying has been slarteil in (he central part of the province lo control Hie small outbreaks, He said there have iieen a few outbreaks of beet web worm infestations but they No dale set yet for trial in Angela Huemer slaying j i; iave been controlled through !he use of spray. In the southern Allrerta reg- ion, no army worms have been reported hut farmers and ADA staff arc keeping a close watch on the situation. Mr. .Simmons said a hail slorm early Saturday morning wiped out the cereal grains craps in a small patch in Ihe Ilifjli Hivcr region and severe- ly damaged some rapcsecd acreages. ilari'ests for rnpcsced crops in southern Alberta arc about 10 days lo two weeks bchinc' No dote lias been set when David William Thrcinen, 21, charged with (he Canada Day holiday slaying of Angela Uue- mer, 16, of Lcthbridgc, will again appear In I.ethbridge pro- vincial judge's court. Thrcinen was remanded for a examination jiei-ind at the Alhevla Hospilal in Pon- oka wiier, lie last appeared in court July Ili. last year, but some new seed lias been delivered to the plant. Mr. Simmons said some tanners In the I'urple Springs and Coaldalc regions have hauled seed to the plant and have reported good yields from the dryland regions. Yields reported lo dale range t lo 21 bushels per acre, up from the ]5 lo 17 bushel per acre yield last year, lie sakl although Ihere are fewer pods this year, they are tetter filled due lo a cool spell during the development stage. New firm Joe Tarnava, a businessman for 35 years, the last 12 in Ihe mobile homes, trailers and automobile field, is starting his own company, Joe's Mobile Homes Ltd. Mr. Tarnava, in Leth- bridge 52 years and his partner are putting in an ini- tial investment of in Ihe new venture, located at 1st Ave. and 32r.d S. Mr. Tar- nava is the president. The mobile homes lot covers approximately ono ;icrc. Offi- cial opening Is today. Examining doctors at the hospital reported to Ihe court that more lime was needed to complete their examinations. The announcement followed a story in The Herald reporting on a demonstration planned for tcday (ivi-.er. Thmm-n hr.d been scheduled to return) to request 1 the return ol capital punish- mcnt in Canada. i Meanwhile .John 25, of in .provincial judge's court and I was told a prelim into a clipi'ge mrrder bid against l-iru ini< Ihe death of Stanley Soltys earlier (his year would be, held Sept. 14. Baird had liscn previously charged with attempted mur- der, but Judge I.. Hudson found, in a preliminary hear- ing on that charge, that tiicre was not cxoi'Rh evidence lo a trial and lie was re- leased. Baird was charged with non- capital murder shortly after 111Icrscctioii improvements under way 011 city streets Work on three main city streets, to provide a more ef- ficient traffic flow and con- trol, is nearing completion. A right turn on Kh K. onto 13th St. for south- bound traffic has been installed and is beinj; used, l.anc mark- ings were put in this week. i Traffic cl the junction I of Highways 4 and 5 should be i in operation within three weeks, an cnfiine-jring department jsookesman said. The intersec- tion is also the end points of Scenic Drive and Mayor Ma- I'ralh Drive. Although 2nd Ave. N. is not designated as a main thorough- fare, it is ubcil as such, the spokesman said. Work on the avenue Irelwccn 19th and 20th St. should he completed in two weeks to allow for smoother traffic flow. The city's lane paving pro- gcnm is more than half com- pleted, with five of 13 desig- nated lanes remaining to be paved. capital murder shortly after 1 the hearing, when Soltys died. Ma- i r University WANTED INSIDE GENERAL LABOR FOR LOCAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY Mechanically inclined an asset. Send reiume and references to Box 122, Herald Parade plans started Preparations for the 19Y3 Whoop-Up Days Parade have begun with a commitment from four bands to participate in the parade. The parade this year had 10 bands, which cost (he Lcth- bridgc and District Exhibition Hoard for one night's ac- acommodalion. The 95-1 band members were billeted in six school gymnasiums, the City Police station and the Civic Sports Centre. Total cost of the parade lo the exhibition board was OKI. registrations keep pace Registration applications at the University of I-elhbridgc are keeping pace with last year's figures. A recent count shows C75 students have applied for full- time status while 40 are seek- j part lime enrolment. About have already admitted for the fall semester. Last year at about this time, 747 students had applied for entrance to the U of Ray McHugh, assistant reg- istrar, said the figures "seem to be comparing favorably to last year at this time." HARVEST BLOSSOM, All Purpose 7JPPY, HOMESTYLE, KOSHER OR PLAIN 61'a-oz. net wt. lin SEA TRADER, FLAKED, ALBACORE PIEDMONT, TANGY FLAVOUR OLD DUTCH, 5 FLAVOURS his style A diet of dust, beef and beans sure gave a man a leathery thirst. And the best way to quench it way-back-then was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. It still is. For nearly half a century we've brewed it slow and easy for honest, old-time flavour. It was his style then, if's your style now. Round up a couple tonight! Serve Fresh Dairy Foods on Hot Summer Days! LUCERNE CREAMED. Large or Small Curd or 2% M.F. 32-oz. net wt. tjb FRESH YOGURT LUCERNE PLAIN 32-oz. net wl. tub CHEEZ WHIZ KRAFT PROCESS CHEESE SPREAD 16-oz. net wt. jar ICE CREAM SNOW STAR, 4 FLAVOURS TO CHOOSE FROM PAPER TOWELS TRULY FINE, ASSORTED 180-2 ply 2 roll pkg PET FOOD .00 DR. BALLARD CAT FOOD, 4 FLAVOURS 15-oz. nel wt. tin WHITE FLOUR ROBIN HOOD, All Purpose......................... Paper bog 201P ALL ONE PRICE ROUND STEAK RUMP ROAST STANDING RIB ROAST CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF Ib. T-BONE OR CLUB .59 BEEF STEAKS, CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD Ib. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE GREEN GRAPES 39C THOMPSON SEEDLESS, fresh Ib. GREEN CABBAGE ALBERTA GROWN, CANADA NO. 1 PRICES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE AUGUST 18 19. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY VIMI ;