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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta EXPLORE CANADA Call m regarding the many teurt available including Eailtrn and Canada. ART WILUAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall 321-3201 The letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, June 11, 1973 PAGES 11 TO 20 Conditions vary Seeded fields need moisture By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer Southern Alberta's farmers have seed in the ground and now it is up to the weather- man to provide ugently need- ed moisture if crops are to be a success this year. This is the opinion of agri- culturists throughout the south after scattered rain showers have deposited gen- erous amounts of water on some areas while virtually missing others. The Pincher Creek region appears to be best off with winter wheat crops in very good condition, according to Bob Lyons, district agricultur- ist. He said the pasture area has perked up and is in good condition although more rain will be needed for it to con- tinue. Cattle have been turn- ed out to pasture and calving is nearly completed. The barley and oat crops have germinated well and are sprouted although good June rains will be needed for them to grow adequately. Flax and rapeseed crops are about half seeded. To the north in the Willow Jewish holidays asked Plans for a Young Voya- geur program this July and provision for Jewish holidays are two items to be consider- ed this week by public and separate school trustees. Public trustees, who meet Tuesday at p.m., say Jewish teachers feel obliged to honor the days set for re- Certified Dental Mechanic :LIFF BLACK, HACK DENTAL IABH MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 THE AUCTION BLOCK 2508 2nd Ave. N. REGULAR TUESDAY SALE Tomorrow p.m. WATCH FOR THE COMPLETE LISTINGS OF ITEMS IN TUESDAY'S HERALD ligious observance by the faith. School superintendent Dr. 0. P. Larson said eight days, in addition to normal school holidays, -will be involved in the Jewish proposal. Jewish holidays include August 27; October 11, 12, 15 to 18: and June 3. No provision for these holidays is made in the agreement be- tween public teachers and trustees. "The provision for various forms of leaves of absence, including personal leaves, are included in the agreement. The agreement makes no pro- FACTS OF LIFE Us THE INSECT? NO, TVtY BtLOKG TO THE Cf WITU TICfcJ.SCCRPIOHS. HAVE DOESN'T. And here's another fact you should know if your fu- ture plans include a wed- ding, be sure and visit our "WEDDING CHAPEL" where you'll find your wedding accessories including cards, invitations, wedding books, personally engraved matches, etc. at SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street South Phone 328-2301 vision for leaves of this type. "A teacher could take per- sonal leave for such purpos- es, but he would suffer full loss of Dr. Larson says. Two alternatives are sug- gested for board action: granting Jewish holidays with loss of teacher pay or grant Jewish holidays to teachers and levy substitute pay against the person taking the religious holiday. Separate trustees, who meet Wednesday at p.m., have been asked to pro- vide a small grant for the East Lethbridge Rotary Club's Young Voyageur pro. gram, July 22 to 30. About 20 students, and two escorts, from Springhill, N.S., will be in Lethbridge for the project. A similar number of Leth- bridge students will visit Trois Rivieres, Quebec homes July 2 to 16. Local Rotarians are asking for from the separate board and from public trustees. EXTRA WEAR E OR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. FRACHE'S GARDENTERIA COR. 7th AVENUE, 2Oth STREET NORTH LAST CALL! CLEAN-OUT SPECIALS ALL BEDDING-OUT PLANTS INCLUDING GERANIUMS ANNUALS, CHOICE GERANIUMS, each (CASH AND CARRY) Creek region, all seeding has been completed and moisture conditions are adequate for the stage of crop growth. Similar conditions exist in the Vulcan area although a severe lack of soil moisture reserves are holding back crop growth, according to several farmers in the reg- ion. In the counties of Leth- bridge and Warner, fanners could use a general rain of one to two inches spread ever three or four days, ac- cording to district agricultur- ist Murray McLelland. He said crops in most parts of both counties are with- standing the dry conditions following good germination. South and east of Leth- bridge, the moisture condi- tions become much more cri- tical. Winter wheat crops are already heading out and they are very short and skimpy. Pasture land is extremely dry. In the County of 40 Mile, moisture conditions are very poor. Delton Jensen, district agriculturist for the region, reports winter wheat and fall rye crops are virtually lost for the year, although the number of acres involved isn't that high. In the Taber region, irriga- tion has solved the drought situation although even the specialty crops could use more rain. About acres of sugar beets have had to be water- ed and, as the dry wind condi- tions persist, more farmers are having to resort to irri- gation, said Gerald Snow, ag- ricultural supervisor for Ca- nadian Sugar Factories Ltd. About half the crop of 000 acres planted in Southern Alberta has been thinned. Mr. Snow said it has been a difficult spring and the plant stands aren't as good as they should be. "But there is nothing wrong with the crop that a good rain wouldn't help." The dry winds are causing damage to the leaves of the young beet plants. Mr. Snow said this year compares to 1963 when the drought didn't break until June 20. In that year, fann- ers received six or seven inches of rain during the rest of the month and they still harvested a good crop of sugar beets. AIR CONDITION NOW with tht ROUND ONE Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. FURNACES, SHEET METAL and HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 2214 43 St. S. Mi. J27-5816 parade Downtown shoppers received a colorful bonus Sat- urday as 450 visiting Shriners from throughout Alberta paraded up 4th Avenue. Canadian flags lined the parade route which included Shrine bike patrols from Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer and Medicine Hat; five Shrine bands; the Lethbridge Oriental Shrine Band and the Great Falls Pipe Band; and a Calgary Shrine horse patrol. Several residents watched the parade from lawn chairs and blankets on the city hall lawn and in front of the ACT Building. High school program to begin at LCC July 3 A summer high school pro- gram to give students a chance to complete or add to their nigh school training will begin at the Lethbridge Com- munity College July 3. Classes will operate five days a week and end August 3. Courses offered include English, social studies, biol- ogy, chemistry, physics, mathematics and French for grades and 12, math 31, typing, shorthand 10, 20 and data processing and busi- ness machines. Students interested should contact the school of contin- uing education at LCC. Southern Albertans graduate from U of S A LetJibridge man was among the 50 graduates from Alberta who received degrees at the spring convocation of Students practise at Claresholm Some 57 first-year nursing students from the Lethbridge Community College will spend 10 days practising psychiatric nursing at the Claresholm Care Centre this summer. The first group of 30 nurses started their program June 4 while the other 27 students begin their training Monday. Study ends for them June 29. Second-year nursing stu- dents are presently working at St. Michael's Hospital and will work in the Alberta Hos- pital in Poncka the last two weeks in June. They write their registered nurse exams in mid-August. the University of Saskatche- wan. James Arnold Carney of Lethbridge received his doc- tor of veterinary medicine. Other Southern Alberta gra- duates were: Douglas Joseph Hopkins of Burdistt and Rodney Gerald Sydenham of Claresholm re- ceived their bachelor of science degrees. Bachelor of science de- grees in agriculture were given to Andrew Birch, Taber; John Allen Hubert, Coaldale; and Kelvin Wayne Jensen, Cardston. Dennis' Alan Peterson, Brooks, received his doctor of veterinary medicine, and Patrick David Arnold of High River received his bachelor of laws. AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Installations Phone 328-2106 Special rates for Sr. Citizens the LODGE MOTEL 329-0100 E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONE 337-3331 LETHBRIDGE OFFIC1 FURNITURE LTD. lower Uvtl 7th SMd Shopping Mall Uthbridgt, Alberta (403) 32S.74H CHAIRS Both drown Rescue bid proves fatal By THE CANADIAN PRESS A man and woman who drowned in Wizard Lake about 25 miles southwest of Edmonton were among at least nine persons who died accidentally on the Prairies during the weekend. Youths have cool swim Three Lethbridge youths escaped an icy dip in the Oldman River Sunday thanks to their lifejackets. They were carried down- stream for about 200 yards after their canoe capsized at the diversion dam at the pow- erhouse before they were able to manoeuver their way to shore. Two other teenage mem- bers of the canoeing party clung to the canoe and a rub- ber dinghy they were towing and swam to shore. LCI shed broken into City police are still investi- gating a break-in during the weekend at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute's storage shed. Several holes were poked in the door of the shed and po- lice believe entry was made through the door by prying the front plate of the door knob off with a tire iron. The school still has not de- termined the value of goods taken from the sporting goods storage shed. Pool closed The Fritz Sick indoor swim- ming pool will be closed today through Friday for general maintenance and clean-up purposes. A Canadian Press Survey from 6 p.m. Friday to mid- night Sunday night local times showed five persons dead in Alberta, three in traffic, three dead in Mani- toba, two traffic, and one death by drowning in Saskat- chewan. John Brown, 41, of La Ronge, Sask., died Saturday when he fell from a boat while fishing at Besnard Lake, 45 miles west of La Ronge. In Alberta, Robert Reinhart, 48, of Edmonton drowned Sat- urday in a futile attempt to save a woman companion, Victoria MacDonald, 46, of Edmonton who stepped off a shelf while wading in Wizard Lake. Their bodies were re- covered Sunday. Jean Kingston, 38, of Cal- gary died in a traffic accident in southwest Calgary Satur- day. She was the city's 20th traffic victim of the year. Collen J. Michalchuk, 19, of Edmonton was killed early Sunday when the car in which she was riding went out of control on an Edmonton street. William George Mills, eight months, of Viking died Sun- day morning in a single-ve- hicle accident four miles west of Viking and 75 miles southwest of Edmonton. In Manitoba, Trudy Ann Cockrell, 17, of Winnipeg was killed Saturday when the car in which she was riding went out of control on a municipal road 15 miles north of Winni- peg. Dennis Friesen, 5, of Stein- bach, Man., died at a house construction site when some rafters apparently fell on him. Deborah Hutton, 16, of Brandon was killed Sunday in a two-car, head-on collision near Brandon. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phone 328-4095 ALL TYPES OF AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION WINDOW COOLERS AND CENTRAL UNITS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 Super Special! CONTINENTAL WEST BEND 3-PCE. RANGE SET Fresh new two-rent colors on aluminum, stain resistant, fade-proof finish, attractive medallion sym- bols. Colors Poppy, Harvest Cold and Avocado. Regular 5.59 SUPER SPECIAL Call 327-5767 DOWNTOWN IMPORTANT ADVICE FOR FATHERS On June 17, Father's Day, you will receive all the attention, praise and goodwill (hat are annually beitowefi upon you in celebration of your day. In appreciation you will get of all sizes, shapes and descriptions. We hope you will give yourself a gift also. Go to your physician for a check up this year and let him help make certain that you will be with us many more Fatiier's Day celebrations. For, you can be with your family longer if you Follow your advice about living habits and take the he might suggest when you ere ill. GEORGE and ROD tay ARE LABELLING AND STORAGE CORRECT? Usually not. Unlabelled medication of one sort or another can be found in most every home. And in the majority of homes good _ storage methods, to prevent product deterioration, are not practiced. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE RODNEY Hata Medical Bldff. 401 5th St. 6th Ave. S. Free Delivery Coll 328-6133 Call 327.3364 ;