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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Weitern Canada Tour departing July 20 3 Special 10 day louri including Return Transportation via Air Conditioned Hotel Sightseeing Only per person double For information and reservation contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END Phone 3283201 or 3288184 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION July 1971 PAGES 15 TO 26 ERICKSENS PASTRY SHOP 3rd Drive Phone 3288161 The Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in lethbridge FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS acres of corn predicted for south By RIC SVVIHAHT Staff Southern Alberta corn acre age has been predicted to reach acres in the near up from acres in Stan crop phy siologist at the Lethbridge Re search addressing the 51st annual convention of the Agricultural Institute of Can ada Tuesday said he suspects the close cooperation between extension personnel and commercial en he will give growers confidence in corn as a profitable to and will devote more acreage to Freyman said work on weed control is being done at the Lethbridge Research Sta closes Logan Pass Snow and hail which froze to the road closed the Logan Pass Glacier Park officials report ed today snow began falling Tuesday night but later turned to The road through the pass was covered with frozen hail and snow up to six inches in some It was expected the pass would be open by about 1 The temperature fell below the freezing point overnight at one lookout in the Snow fall was but hail caused the greatest A trace of snow was also re ported overnight at Canvay and in the mountains around it had melted in both locations by which recorded an overnight low of 39 re ported clear skies this morn Leflibridge reported an over night low of with a fore cast high for today of Only a trace of rain fell last importance on water policy although light rain was fall ing this Light rain was also recorded at Vauxhall and Barons last The major water problems in Canada arise because con sumptive and waste disposal needs cant be met without planning and Richard associate professor of agricultural eco University of Mani said in Lethbridge Tues Addressing the 51st annual meeting of the Agricultural In stitute of Capel said policy is now playing a more important role in allo 56 south scouts set for jamboree Fiftysix boys from troops in southern Alberta will be among boy scouts at the 5th Al berta Scout Jamboree at URT STUDIO ON FIFTH RVENUE ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS SUPPLIES GAUERV AVE S CETHBRIDCEAITA I Sylvan Lake July The jamboree is held every four years and is designed to give scouts from throughout the province and across the country a chance to lake part in a wide variety of scouting A composite troop under the leadership of Dick Bide and Larry Jones of Lethbridge will direct two boys from 1st Clareshobn 10 boys from the 1st Fort Macleod troop and 19 from the 14th Leth bridge Wayne Torrie will lead three boys from the 1st Grassy Lake There will also be eight boys from Brooks and 14 from Medicine Hat and district at the eating water control and in Increased recognition is being given the potential of water policy to influence in population and the qual ity of he He said irrigation on the Prairie region is estimated to account for 8090 per cent of jricultural water The amount of water a farm will use is related to five Natural environment climate ater supply rmer xperience with irrigation eco omic institutional and He said the rate at which armers adopt irrigation is felt o be in direct relationship to ossible profit Capel said more re in these areas is essen al particularly a further udy of farmers managerial He said the basic areas of esearch ought to be under aken by with a much greater cooperation De ween workers in different dis iplines and persons off cam us who could supply informa on essential to tion and is being complicated by the fact that growers would like to have corn in this rota tion but are reluctant to use any herbicide that may have residual He stated several reasons for the recent increase in corn ac reage in southern Alberta from as low as acres a few years ago to the present including surplus wheat and a drop in feed gram pricts avail ability of hybrids well suitec for silage and grain to certain areas of Alberta availability of p 1 a n t i n g and harvesting equipment on a rental basis existence of an excellent grain corn market in western Can ada and suitability of corn sil age to the feeding program o beef and dairy He told delegates to th Canadian Society of Agronomj studies under way at the loca research station for immediat application by growers include time and depth of planting planting patterns and densities fertilizer wee water use by dilferen population of dryland corn an Other studies not for imme CLIFF Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE 3272822 CASUAL and DRESS SANDALS See our new arrivals for fall by JOYCE CLOUD SOFT and new colored diate application include effect of stimulants on early growth and yield of increasing optimum duration by multiple cropping and effect of fall frosts on translocation of The Alberta Corn which was formed in is carrying out tests of corn hy jrids to determine their suit ability in Alberta and to gen erally encourage and promote the corn The Southern Alberta Corn Growers Association was form ed last year and now has 40 said suggesting the increased inter est in corn as He said farmers received per bushel for then corn crop last year and three elevator companies have sign ed contracts for In explaining the history of corn in southern Freyman suggested the return to conditions like 1925 when there were acres of corn in the OUR OSCAR jaked Churchill wedding cake Former writer named publisher Philip a former Lethbridge Herald staff writer has been named publisher of the Nova Scotia a member of the Atlantic Newspapers chain succeeds John who has wen named president of the He had previously been edi tor of the Grande Prairie Bail Herald Tribune and also work ed on the news staffs of Kamloops Sentinel and the Swif Current When AUce Parker of Picture Butte died Tuesday at le age of memory bells ang back over many events ut one had a special Parker was the woman vho baked the wedding cake or Sir Winston Churchill when re married Clementine then Alice Jay was in charge of all the baking in the Redesdale Estate at The London Daily Mail de voted three paragraphs to the calling it a triumph in For the occasion and for he cake Miss Jaycock re ceived a pencil portrait of Lady That does it Calgarians sneaking down here to pre sent our tourist director with a white We should senc Doug Johnson a FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper at the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12th 4th Open 12 Noon to 2 and except Legal Holidays Remembering Birthdays and Anniversaries with FLOWERS from MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Building Phone 3271515 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL 1262 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3283388 CUMBERLAND TOWERS Another exomple of Lethbridges increasing urbanization stands just east of the College Shopping The eightstorey Cumberland top ped by four penthouse should be ready to begin renting its 50 units in Work on the apartment was done by Smith and Wilson utilizing precast A project of Manhattan Land Securities the building features many modern ncluding sauna Alice Parker dies at 87 done by Lord Coler She kept it as one of her prize possessions along with many personal letters from Lady When Sir Winston had his 80th Parker made a special cake and sent it to Scout reps The Boy Scouts of Southern Alberta will be represented at the grand opening of Kainai In dustries at Standoff July 10 by and Montgom Wot ta To all visitors in our area May we suggest a walk in our Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden LETHSRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE UMITtDJ STAN Proitdent Lower Level Seventh Street Shopping Mall Box tethbridgo Phone 3287411 plant o have ire system Automatic Sprinkler Oalgary has been awarded contract by the Blood dian band to construct a two lillion gallon reservoir and cw fire protection system for ainai Construction on the project Is xpected to begin fol wing the official opening of e plant by Prime Minister with 2 set as the target date for The new system mil result a 75 per cent drop in fire insurance premiums for the lant which now amount to ver a The system is being financed y a loan to Kainai Industries rom Blood band 21 days or assault A 33yearold man was sen enced to 21 days in prison when he pleaded guilty in Leth iridge magistrates court to as Court was told Harold Cat face of G1 e i c h e struck a 69yearold pensioner n the face when the older man efused to give him some The charge resulted from a June 5 incident in the wash room of a local beer In passing sentence Judge Hudson said he hoped the 21day sentence would help to deter others who might choose the same course of PHOTO Parker was predecease y her husband Bernard in 194 Two Tom and Dave live at Picture A Kathleen Tichler lives in A Daisy lemsley is also a city resi Funeral service for Far cer will be held Thursday at 2 in Augustines Angli can Anglo Distributors Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 3286922 SEE OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OF COMPACTS FOR 1971 ALL MODELS AND COLORS WIDE SELECTION OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE FROM STOCK NOW DART 4DOOR SEDAN FROM SWINGERS FROM DEMONS FROM DEMON 340s FROM Whether youre 16 or 66 we have THE car for you SEE ONE OF THE DODGE BOYS NOW AT KING CHRYSLER DODGE KINGS CORNER 3rd at llth PHONE 3271566 IETHBRIDGE HRSTAGIUN In Stock The New Bell Howell Slide Cube Projector With Auto Focus ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Phone 3286922 ;