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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THINK ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. FOR REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCb ART WILLIAMS TRAVEl for all your Trnvel Requirements CENTRE VILLAGE Phones 328-8184 328-3501 The lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Thursday, June 1, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLOC. 740 4th AVI. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer is coming. Be ready with a pair of Prescription Sunglasses. THOROUGHFARE TO WEST LETHBRIDGE The provin enr to design a bridge ihis yea be on major arterial road between Mayor Magrath Drive and West Lelhbridge. The interchange design for olh Ave. and Scenic Drive has also been approved by council. A cial caomeis cummin s Ond Scenic Drive has also been approved by council. A o for the River "-mg at 6, 5. mark a Se n cTai; Ihis yrby fcr 1 S. for 24.h Ave. S.. near .he bottom of ,he picture. A brjdfle .1 at ihat location, however, is not likely to be considered un- 1il the end of the century. The. doited lines at ihe top right of the picture represent the 9th and 13th St. access roads to north Lethbridge. Some thought has been given by the administration to extending 8th St. one way across the railway tracks and turning 9lh St. Into a one-way thoroughfare. That must wait for relocation of the CP Rail yards to the east part of the cily. Bertha army worm scare is 'premature, unrealistic' By RIG SWI1UHT Herald Stair Writer The premature Bertha army worm scare is unrealistic and could be damaging to the rape- seed industry from a more in- direct route than the actual worm, according to the Alberta department ot agriculture. The score should be no rea- son for a farmer not to put in a rapeseed crop iE that is the best crop ;fcir his situation, said Joe Gerba, head of the pest con- trol and crop protection branch of Hie ADA. "But the panic being gen- erated by the reports could af- fect the farmer's intention to plant and result in a shortage of he said. "There is an excellent time clement this year in wliich to ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Scriworiz Bldg. 222 Sin St. S. Phono 328-4095 assess the Bertha population md then react to il. "There is a supply of lannate the only chemical found to ef- ictively control the worm) and planes are ready for service." He said farmers found out hrough experience last year vhcn the worm infestation was he worst in history that ground spraying equipment could be adapted lor use in an emer- ;ency. The scare has been generated >y reports from the Canada de- partment of agriculture re- search station in Saskatoon which said 80 per cent of the Bertha army worm pupae had survived the winter. Alberta officials said the sur- vival rate in this province was about 70 per cent. Mr. Gerba said It Is Impos- sible at this time lo accurately predict an outbreak ol any size. "We just have to watch the situation." Apparently the pupae are most numerous in the parklanc area north of a line running east and west from Red Deer Stop ihe simmer! UHHBK central cooling is just phone call only Plus Installation Includes: Btuh con' denying unit, 20 fool tins set and evaporator coif, Enjoy it nowl CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 Certified ffMflr dealer SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 and Stettler. In the southern iart of the province, the beet veb worm and clover cutworm are causing more concern, as lappened last year. "The only thing to say for cer- ;ain is that there will be some [Jertha army he said "The set-up is right for an out- Dreak hut the size is impossible :o predict." The moths are now emerging from the pupae and will con tinuc to do so until about the end of June. They then mate and lay eggs, mostly right on the rapeseed plants. As the form develops from the egg, it starts to eat the 1 e a v c s of the rapeseed plant This is not too damaging. As Ihe worm grows to a length of H4 inches, it move from the leaves of the plant t the flower and pods containing the seeds. This is when the rea damage occurs. Mr. Gerba said there Is a tw to three week period in whic officials and farmers have t assess the possible damage an to plan spraying operations. "There is no real need t he said. "Farmers shouldn't be focus ing all their attention on th Bertha army worm becaus there are about five othe worms and beetles which ca cause just as spectacular dam age. Student ob market Production line workers, gen- ral laborers, taxi drivers, el- ttrical engineering students nd bar waitresses are needed fill available summer job ositions, Rod Lomas, co-ordin- tor of the student office of the anada Manpower Centre, said his morning. He said there is also a need or a counter girl at a delica- essen, a life guard, a swim- ming instructor, a clothing alesman, a chambermaid, a Mrtonder, and beet workers. The student office is located it 3S3 7th St. S. or telephone 28-8164. PLAN TO MAKE McCREADY BAINES YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR SUN TAN NEEDS! TANYA HAWAIIAN COCONUT OIL (No sun screen added.) 3 or.......... TANYA HAWAIIAN TANNING Oil coconul oil ond cocoa buffer.) 3 oz. TANYA HAWAIIAN TANNING BUTTER {With coconut oil and cocoa buHer.J 1 or, TANYA HAWAIIAN SUNTAN LOTION IWilh coconut oil and cocoa buller.) 2 oz. 1.79 1.79 1.59 1.39 Bridge design by late summer., Mayor Anderson told Wednesday By GREG McINTYRE Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne assured Lethbridge M a y o r Andy Anderson Wednesday the provincial government will be- gin designing a bridge to the west sice of Lethbridge immed- iately. The disign will be completed by late summer, when the cost and completion date for tho joint city-provincial project will be considered. Consultants for the design work will be selected by tho city and the province. The work- is expected to cost about 000. Mayor Anderson hero with Cily Manager Tom Nut- ting, Deputy Mayor Cam Barnes, and public works en- gineer Randy Holfeld. They also met with Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell and Pub- lic Works Minister Winston Backus to discuss long-range growth ot Lethbridge. The most pressing need is for more magistrate's court fa- cilities, said Mayor Anderson in an interview. A final decision should be reached soon on more court space, he said. Plans have been in the works for. two years. Mayor Anderson declined lo "Where Sales Are Backed By Service" McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S. Phons 327-3555 Also operating WATERTON PHARMACY LTD in Waterloo National Park Silivoii transferred Murray Sih'von, one of three agents of the attorney-general n Lethbridge, has been trans- ferred and promoted to the po- sition, of agent of the attorney- jeneral in charge of Medicine Hat and district. Mr. Sihvon had been an agenl [or the attorney-general in Lethbridge for nearly three years. The Crown v-ill continue to be represented in Lethbridge and district by D. V. Hartigan and Bill Gorewich. Mr. Sihvon's transfer to Med- icine Hat was made to fill a vacancy created when the pre- vious agent was transferred to Red Deer. No student work groups O SL Student organized work r o u p s of the type that exist- d in 1970 and haven't re- lined their popularity this ar. Last summer's program was 16 largest, with a grovip of BO igh school, college and univer- ,ty studenls forming the Asso- iated Student Workers, under university students forming the lated Student Workers, under niversity student Jim Hillyer. The group's primary purpose was to assist students in mak- ng full-time jobs out of many <3d p a r t-time jobs. The jobs of a 1 m o s t unlimited va- iety and all work was guar- ntecd if the job wasn't done right, someone else from ASW did it again. The 1070 version of the or- FURS {CLEANED! WEEKEND SPECIALl MARGUERITE DAISIES EXTRA SPECIAL, EACH......... 30' STILL A GOOD SUPPLY OF CHOICE GERANIUMS-ANNUALS EVERGREENS, FRUIT TREES and SHRUBS. OPEN EVENINGS! FRACHE'S GARDENTERIA 7th AVENUE AND 20th STREET NORTH NEW YORK FURS! I 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 i "'ART STUDIO ON FIFTH AVENUE ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES -flRT OflLLERV 710 S AVE S ganization was very similar, but on a much smaller scale, with about 20 members. It was or- ganized by two university stu- dents who offered Ihe group's services in such work as hafey- sitting, gardening, painting clerking relief, sewing, and Cancer funds The Canadian Cancer Socl ety's Lethbridge district fund- raising campaign has netted from incomplete re- turns, secretary Margaret Gunn said today. Of the 40 district campaigns, only 14 have reported returns. "We are confident that the ob- jective of will be mel when all the returns are Mrs. Gunn said. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Ericksen's! mm and This Friday and Saturday Evening "The Mint Juleps" 8 to 12 p.m. No Cover CHarge M THE OLD TSADtTlOH OF WTSTCfftl HOSPITALITY iamu Phone 328-7756 for Reservations! mporary work In commercial d industrial shops. This year no such group Is. However there are a large umber of odd temporary jobs vail able through the Studen lanpower office for any stu ents who are unable to obtain ull-time work. Telephone at thi ffice, 323 7th St. S., is 328-8164 give details of talks ity expansion plans uiring land. However, he said the start on le proposed bridge that will link 6th Ave. with the north end of the University of Leth- tridge campus on the west sida s certain. As soon as the cost estimates or the bridge are completed by the province, sometime this summer, the starting date for construction will be set, ha said. The bridge will be needed to give improved access to resi- dential and commercial growth ilanne'J for the wast side, he said. The first serviced lots in :he 150-acre initial phase of tha West Lethbridge development 0 on sale in September. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHON6 327-2822 Da you have merchandise to consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1222 HOYT'S HAS THEMI Andrews 30-Foot Hose Sprinklers Stays upright Vulcanized hotel Can be shortened O Flushes out cMrt Fine mist Sprinkles square Reg. 4.95 Special CALL GARDENING 327-5767 3-97 DOWNTOWN MUSICLAND AND KINNEY MUSIC OF CANADA LIMITED Presents Warner Brothers Newest Tapes (Specially Priced Ihii Week) Thick as a Brick.............JETHRO TUU Just Another Band from 1.A. THE MOTHERS P Bare Trees..............FLEETWOOD MAC Everything Slops for Tea JOHN BALDRY SPECIAL TAPE EXCHANGE [With exchange of your old tape 8 track) Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. PHONE 327-1056 -r ;