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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1946 SEES SHARP INCREASE IN 1947 IN PALE WESTERN CUTWORM THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Loaves of Bread Daily Capacity Miners' Mass 1C R. DANIEL'S LOT OF 125 HEAD YEARLING STEERS FETCH On the basis of survey vhlch took him orer 2.200 miles of central southern Alberta, L. A, Jacob- in charge of pale vectern cut- worm investigations for Alberta, at Ijethbndge predicts a sharp increase in pale western eut- irorm in the spring of 1947, thus makuif It the potential insect enemy number one for nssay dis- tricts in southern Alberta. Thousands or acres hare had to be Kseeded along the eastern boundary of the province, bus. now the damage is wrraaUy for this he declared, indjcai- iaf that most of the had finished feeding and had gone into their pre-pupal or resting stage and will not emerge as moths until the middle of August. In normal years feeding continues until June 20, and it is not safe to reseed before that date. Some farmers have forgotten this fact and loss their resteded crop along with the initial seed- ing. Mr. Jacobsor> explained that in the area he covered which extended from Castor south to the border and east to the Saskatchewan boundary It iru in many cases difficult to differentiate damage done by cut- worms from that caused by wind and frost, or failure to germinate owing to dry conditions. In his opinion bare patches appearing in farmers fields were often wrongly attributed to pals western cut- worm- Pale western cutworm has not constituted a serious problem to Southern" Alberta since 1833 -ahen the last severe outbreak was ex- perienced. Its recurrence as threat was fust noticed in the, Macleod district in 1344. The fol-3 lowing year the pest spread its- range to isolated fields at Leth-. bridge. Bow Island, (Won andi Jermer. Besides consolidating in these areas of relatively low rain- fall the infestation bell spread northward this spring along the Alberta boundary. North and south of Empress many fields have suffered much as 100 per cent and have had to be reseeded. onj account of pale western cutworm. Damaged fields were also noted at Drumheller, Hanna, Chinook, Oven, Acadia Valley, Empress, Hilda. Schuler, Seven Persons, Onon. Enchant, Travers. Control of "pale western cutworm depends more upon prevention than anything else, the entomo- logist explained. "There isn't any- thing that can be done once the cutworms get in the he added. Summerfallowing is strong- ly recommended, to be completed well before the first of August so that the soil -sill be -fteU crusted hindering the motos when they commence to lay their eggs be- tween August 15 and September 15. Stubblmg-in should not be practiced at. all as this leads to severe curaorm infestation. McGavin's Bakeries To OpenJMeetings Slated New, Modern Plant Monday Where Did Hoppers Go? -i- -T V Farm Pest's "Disappearing Act" Has Experts Puzzled The grasshopper invasion pre- dicted for this >ear is definitely off, cancelled oa account of unfavor- able weather this spring. "The grasshopper ponulation is at the lowest ebb it has been for a great number of declared R. M. White, grasshopper mx estigator, who is stationed with the bridge entomological laboratory. Areas known to be thickly plant- ed with grasshopper eggs such as a triangle taking in Granum, Clares- holm and Xobleford. a circle around Champion and Carmangay. and farther north an oblong around Outlook Bright For Co-op. Packing Plant, Says Dahi Lethbridge Co-operative Pack- ers, an organization clans to establish a complete packing unit here to serve the extensive South- ern Alberta livestock producing area., has secured a site west of the stock yards and at the present time more than has been raised in share memberships, according to Rulon Danl of Raymond, president of the co-operative. Mr. Dahl is pleased with the response and with the progress being made In plans for the plant. OPEN SUNDAY 7 to 9 MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331-Stb St. 5. Phone 2205 414-13th St. S. Phone 3445 WE SELL HAIL INSURANCE Bowman Agency Insurance Estate Loans Majorville and Arrow-wood have failed to produce any more than a few scattered hoppers. "The only fields that haie any population "wprth mentioning are found on farms where the recom- mendations of the department have not been followed. In some Mass meetings of miners sched- uled for next Wednesday, when trie one-day strike of Alberta miners in protest against the Workmen's- Compensation Board Ss scheduled to be held. vrJl be addressed by officers of District- IS, United Mine Delivery of some 125 head of baby 825 sold, and clawed M beef at local stockyards was made real tope. Friday evening b? C. R. Daniel Mr. Daniel it Is the highest from his feedlot juss east of thf price he had ever received for eattls csty. and the price received I soM in Carada, even when he highest recorded on the local mar- to win prizes with carlots at the TO- ket since the inflation per-od fol- s ronto Royal. But admitted lowing the First Great War Tne had received higher prices as jcarlrcg steers brought SI4.50 per hundredweight, and they were bouttfit by the Southern Alberta Co- op, Wilbur McKenae. The baby beeves from the Chicago iniemattonal auctions. The S14.5Q price is the result eS the recent lifting of the celling cia and red label for the per- iod up to July 20. What will happaa Mclntyre Ranch at Magrath. and after that ranchers would" ate rmt nn feed ?asi Noremoer.', TO know as they are tryfcj to Workers of America Sue thoussad men will not go to '-ere put oa feed last _ for the dav asd i Weighed in at just under 400 oat may be the of graat meetings will be r.eld in all centres.; pounds, the? averaged better than beef steers in late July and District officers and the points J------------------------------------------------------- will fpeak at are as foUows. John ft stokajuk, T A, Mccicr.j Community Council Gathers Drumheller and East Coulee; Wil-' Cadozmn and Myrtle" Ccher cen- tres will pro-. Me their own speak- ers I Students -AS-' by Cross; JfEW PLANT OF McGAVlN'S BAKERIES IX CITY Herald Engraving. O opening of McGav- in Bakeries and new modern plant on the comer of 3rd Ave. and 15th St. S will be held Monday evenl IF. June 24, when act- ing Mayor R. J Kltson ml! aedi- cafc the by Charles Brvant. president of the Lethbndge Board of Trade. The ceremony will commence at 3.30 them to the basement. An elevator! these operations I operates between basement and mately 300 i-ore_ a the cake shop floor and the dough room platform. There are 40 members- on the present staff of members connected with cooking and baking operations near white uniforms. Delivery of products from Mc- Gavin's here is made by four-horse include approxi- accounts. James McGavm. president of the company, who is now residing at! Vancouver, learned his trade in j Scotland and production of top bread has been a. specialty j FUNERAL AT STAVELV oaire in citv schools and 1 been displayed en sucn sao- Mrs. Broomfirid v'i'en.-! jeels as nusiLV mii5ical snuprBsrs. of the la-e Jaines Bropn-.field. cied hobbies, irtth routh tha week at Claresholm Paneral i organizations, sports eniaaslasrn. services were conducted froa Stave- swimming prowess and holiday Ir United church Pncay with Rev. plans. It !s sueaesteti br the execa- F. G. Br-soin officiating and Rev. rjve of t J. ML Pawcett assisting, as Stavely. The Le'hbndge zations to make use cf the tafor- Councji has circulated a question-' mation now oeizig massed as soon as :t :s Each club or association is expected TJO determine uself the part. :l 'srfll pla? la giving ccrerage of the field for community work. Certain tyses- of community effort w> oe fanned parcels to different COMMISSIONERS FOR OATHS Aloerta Gazette of 'h -he community council mat Banal was the answers to these quesuons now I bstog tabulated carefully a; the 1 Y.M C_A_ ouilding are to have an important oeanng on fi-iure civic policy. In its role as the announces tne ._ nead by the public commencing at 7.30 servicing that evening and on each night throughout that week between the hours of 7-30 and pm McGavin's commenced operation of a bakery here in 1929 taking the Western Bakery which had been operating for some years. At that time. Bernie Brown, now dis- trict manager, was local manager of the firm in Leihbridge. Mr. Brown was succeeded here by R. Y. Paton in 1930 carrying on until February. 1945, b.t wmch time the present manager. G. A. Gillis, took over after having been sales man- ager at Calgary. Cleanliness Is the keynote upon which the bakery oaerates and trie and the cuy oucskirts They a truck stationed in the Crow's Nest Pass to service that area. Shipping of bread, cakes and buns Is a major operation mth this bat- ery wun goods going west as far as" Wvndell. B C north to Vulcan behind a Chinese cafe in Edmon- i Abenidi Butier of Clareshohn- ton. The company has continued to George of Milk follow the tradition -which he set j River: Cecil Coiman Fielding of t and at present there are plants in j Buitiett. Gordon Goodncge of Brandon, Regina, Saskatoon. Ed- Lethbndge; William Thomas Stark i monton. Calgary. Lethbridge, Van- of Pincher Creek: John Allisons couver. Victoria and Nanaimo iParfett of Queenstown: Paul Fraii-j Souvenirs of the opening of the will weigh the dough, which has been mixed by machin- ery, and will automatically deposit it in the pans with required weight. At present all icing is done by hand. Make up tables are all steeT ccastructioa for sanitary pur- poses. Wrapping and packaging of cakes are done by hind and sealed by a cortaole machine. Perishable ingredients used in baking are kept in a refrigerated ingredient room. General Offices General offices and dressing rooms are situated in the north- west corner of the ouilding near the main entrance. At the rear of the building are the loading docks and receiving room. The latter is where all ingredients come into the plant aad put on a chute which carries PLASTERER SUPPLIES We have good stocks of plastering materials la: Hardwall Piaster. Finish Plaster. Hydrated Lime. Perfect Putty Coat Lime. Zonolite aggregate. Metal Comer Bead. Plaster stocks are always fresh You are assured satisfaction when your plaster supplies come from the Atias. ATLAS LUMBER Co. Ltd. 1602 3rd Are. South. PIPE NEW AND USED Ft, All Sizes in Stock Turner Valley Utilities 9th ATC. and 19th St. E.. Calgary. who tour the attractive new spa- cious bunding and will include a and Claresholm. east to Medicine I sample of the high quality product Hat and soutn to'the border and! produced by tae McGavin iirm. Krupa Formerly Played With Benny Goodman It uas Beany Bocoman's clarinet plaj ing with the old 3ea Pollack j orchestra that Gene Krupa the idea of becoming a professional musician He not cnlv fulfilled that ambi- tion but joined Goodmans own group, did much to make that organization famous and then branched out with his own band. Rated as the world's fastest drummer. Gene Krupa will bring his orchestra to the Lethbridge Arena on the nieht of June 24. Featured artists will Carolyn Grey and Buddy Stewart, Cha'lie venturo, tenor sax. Dick Taylor, trombone: Teddy Napoleon, piano: Red Rodney, trumpet, and Charlie Kennedy, alto sax. Gene started to nlay the drams when he was 13. The same year he heard Ben Pollack's band, with. Goodman on the clarinet. He was goggle-eyed %nth hero worship and it was then that the idea, of be- coming a professional, and espe- cially playing with be- gan to jell. drumming with Various orchestras in the mid-west. Gene's first break caaie in I92S when he took over drumming chores with Red Nichols. with Brvinsr Aaronson and his Com- Bruce Benson of Lethoridge Enters- Partnership service and elf are activi- ties in Lethbridge. the communif. council invites participating J welfare agencies under centra! setup. Wasteful duplication of effort -soil oe enaalins each agency to fully realize its individUHl comnuixucy purpose. Far from the motor for the machinery of civic service, she coancil is the transmission system wnich will make the maximum tae of existing community crssuoiza- tions a view to FUmer (above) will ex- amine for the Western Board of Music- in Lethbridge Mondai. His as an examiner, adjuaicator and practising musician is largelv- with the pianoforte- He 13 a lecturer in music at the Uni- versity of Manitoba, ard has ex- amined extensively for the Western Beard examinations in Manitoba for ten years. In the middle-west he is well-known as an orchestral con- ductor through his association with the Winnipeg Philharmonic Society, the University of Manitoba Student j manders and Mai Hallett followed Orchestra, and the Manitoba Schools Orchestra He also holds the post as organist and choir director of St. Stephen's Broadway United Church in Winnipeg, where the singers have been distinguished by tha excellent j musical repertoire. Mr. Hubble will i be accompanied to the city by John Reymes-Kmg, professor of music of Edmonton. and in 1S34 he Goodman ranks. ed into the More than 200 different languages are spoken in India DOUG KEXNEBY Herald Engraving A resident of the city for the past 25 years ana well fcnown through- out the Lethhridge trading area, Doug Kennedy has entered into partnership with Alex Fleming of the Fifth Street South Fleming Motors, of Eudson cars. Prior to the war Mr. ETermedv travelled for H.R. Carson Ltd many years in Southern Alberta i and Southwestern British Columbia. He enlisted fa the army in Jacu- ary. 1944. serving one year in 2rsg- land and one jear on the contin- i enc with the Roval Canadian Armv Service Corps. He returned to the Dominion about three weeks ago and now has his discharge from the armed forces. He is married and has one child. Local Win Recognition j The Lethbncse Junior Chamber of Commerce A on an honorable mention it- Sdrnontcn Friday for the high staccara of :ts public I soeakir.? classes at closinc sessions of the Junior Chamoer of Commerce I of Canada been :n con- vention 'or the past week. The j old Lethbndge branch uas mentioned along with the young mens section of the Montreal Bcarc I of Trade, both oeirg topped by tne i Hamilton Junior Chamber of Com- merce won :he aware; in the i public sncaiirc irroup i I The local ouahc sceakins cUsses 1 me; for a total of 15 sessions last j 1 an average attendance 'of 40 rcEr'-r-rs and able to make important contnbiitiocs to the life of the city A series of radio fcrurns featuring Ja; cee speakers weU rece.-.ed dunrc the past season Speakers were sent to meetings of local organiza- tions ard mace a favorab'e im- pression. The forceful presenta- _ tions of metncers Seised, to make! a success of the anti-VJD. campaign sponsored by the Lethbridge Junior i Chamber of Gommerce. Much of the credit for the achievement of tne pubhc speaking classes must zo to their leader., Walter Lewis, who has sought to planning and necessarv ccmmumtv work. impress upon his students bis own conceptions clear, terse expres- i conceptions sion. SHEFFIELD TABLE CUTLERY Dcsacrt Spoons, each ......35c Spoons, each 4Qe Cesscrt Forks, each 3Sc Table Forks, each 4OC Dcvsert Knives, doz. S7.OO Table Kmvs, J2 doz. Morris Barrett HARDWARE FARMERS Crops that are hail are hard to Snsnrc. Place your hail insurance now. Be Wise, Insure With Ivtt Mimeographing All Work CarefnllT Done J. S. BROWJf Brown's Musical Supplies Lethbridee ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 459 PROMPTNESS, SAFETY, COMFORT Yoa Get All If You Phone The Next Time You Want a Cab 4058 STEVE'S TAXI SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND Next Door to Station HAIL INSURANCE Aldous Agency 109 Sfterlocic Phone 3713 Announcement I am glad to inform the public that Doug. F. Kennedy has entered into partnership with me in FLEMING MOTORS Mr. Fleming been associated with the automobile business in Southern Alberta for twelve years, and will act as manager in our partnership. ALEX FLEMING PRESIDENT FLEMING MOTORS DISTRIBUTORS OF HUDSON CARS AND NORTH STAR OIL 428 FIFTH STREET S., LETHBRIDGE EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS Prompt, expert work by first class radio technician the latest and most efficient testing equipment. Our Are Reasonable WE CALL FOR DELIVER PHONE 2787 FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Suite 9 Lafferty Block IRONSIDE PARK LTD. MONITE MOTH PROOF CLEAN INC PROCESS PHONE 4141 WHITE SIDE WALLS Improve the appearance of yonr car. .Metal, white enamel will not scratch or rub the curb. ____ Trimbles for Tires 318 llth Street South Phone 2W7 1CTOR RECORDS 'Victor available BROWNS -TOCTR RECORD CENTRE" YOUR EXECUTOR When you appoint The British Canadian Trust Com- pany as Executor of your the following are few of the advantages you secure: PERMANENCE: Company is open every business day, is never absent or ill and does not pass away. SECURITY: The Trust Company is financially re- sponsible. EXPERIENCE: The Trust Company administers many types of estates and you obtain the collec- tive judgment of its officers. The cost for such service is no more than an individ- ual executor is entitled to. Your inquiries are in- vited. The British Canadian Trust Co. LETHBEIBGB H. D. ROOD, Manager ALBEltTA DANCE TONIGHT 9 TILL 12 LAKE PAVILION ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA BOATS ADMISSION Ladies 35c, 65c Lunch Counter CANOES ;