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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Something Be Done About i reservoir surfaces, Improv- ig the effieioncy of water use v plants and removal of DOD- reductive plants from the land n rcas of the A multi-million dollar pro- J ect is underway In the Color-do Hiver Basin of the U.S. f covering parls of the Slates of Wyoming, aisd Colorado) J seed clouds and increase ie amount of moisture falling f n the land. The desire is lo imide more runcff water to ill part cf Ihe available storage n this stream. An increase of inch additional precipitation n this area, comparable to ne Slate or the southern half f Alberta, would add apprrai- l iialely of available water. Would Ihc rcmoral of an addi- ional inch of water from the :irculaling atmosphere influence another part of the Continental riurlh America? This qucs-ion is foremost in the minds of hose who doubt lire value of cloud seeding. As was poinled oul before, 160 inches of total depth moves across the Continent in one year with 30 inches cf Ihis falling on the land surface. If this amount falling was increased to 31 inchrs over the vliolc land surface, there would not be a great and noticeable modification to the climate in other parls o[ lire Continet. This, then appears lo be an excellent source for additional waler in a nation depending on approximately 9 inches across the n a I i or; lo pro-ride all facets of life with Chit COUTTS U. The Coulls 4-11 Horse Club eding was held March 19 in lol ie Coutls Civic Cenlre at 7 m. Dl It was called to order by andy Tbiessen. After the edge the minutes of (he last leeting and the treasurers re-ort were read. Business was ic Coults Achievement Night, tanning matching oullils for ding in the district 'Bulletin F.O.'s. Runners up were Ton Templcton who chose the pic of Itadio Telemetry and nk Korthuis who talked on ugs. Chris Pearson will now ter the dislrirt finals and mpele against o'Jier club win-rs. Our club has planned a trip go to Calgary during the aster Holidays. Our calf tour 11 be held on March 28th. Gwen Miller Iks given by Cherle babysitting, Evelyn Bj'Ie-ccr on Spotless in seconds, Pilo.i on fliglil, Theresa arbcr on lets talk about our lie village and Colleen Dixsco n the inside of you. Impromptu speeches were giv-n by Sterry Bicl; on the topic what lurns me on, and Dylcmeer told us about sports. also had two emonstrations, one by Cindy Ily called stop and a team cmonslrclion by Debbie Lee nd Patricia Herbal called how o move like a model. For recreation, Wendy King call iis a letter from a farmer blanks in il and the blanks uid lo be filled in with a vege-able or fruit. A delicious lunch was served y Debbie and Doreen Lee. Theresa reporter STEFD P. Eng. Branch Head Agro-Hydrology Branch There has been much said and written about the weather and its influence on man. This las varied from fear of it rly days to a good eonvcrsa-n item and finally to an in-nse financial icteresl in pre-nl limes. Allhough il has been said and general accepted "lhal we an do nothing aboul il ap-ars lhat ttilh new rjnd BfSfARCH Maggots is soils. In most years they c.iuso littte damage. However, Crom 19W to 1936 ar.d again from 1935 lo IKH population rose significantly, resulting in serious damage lo many bccl stands. In Ihe latter period up lo 12.WO acres were Ireated annually wilh insecticides to control iliis pest. Annual surveys made in cooperation with representatives of Canadian Sugar Faclorics Limited have revealed that once again the pest is on (lie increase in soul hern Alberta. !i this trend continues, many slar.ds of beets could be seriously damaged by Ihc maggots this year. Losscs can reduced bv seeding early into a well-prepared seedbed and by applying adequalc fertilizer and irrigation. Hemcir.bcr that once the bcols are infested Ihe maggots cannot he controlled. Growers are advised to aclliere lo the four year rotation progran that is recommended for con-Irol of Ihe sugar-bcel nema-lode. Last year we found lhat sc-vcral of the Infested stands were on the same lard where becls had been grown the previous year. This practice will assuredly contribute lo llie spread and increase of both root maggots ar.d nematodcs. Growers are advised not to treat their sugar beets vilh an insecticide merely as insurance against Ihs maggots. However, wiicre beet damage in previous stands has indicated that economic infestations of this pest arc present, growers can apply cither of the organophosphate carbcphcjioth i o n [Trithion) or elhion. One pound ot actual tosifanL per rjcre, applied in Ihe drill row at seeding time, should give satisfactory maggot control. This treatment will not leave toxic resi-riues In the hy-producls. Most growers row know lhal iiepiachlor, although a very cf fcctive insecLicidc, was bannrx as a soil treatment for sugar beets. Residues of its breakdown products wore found in the milk of dairy callle tha were led on beet pulp, neces sitating introduction of the ban A new corbamalc insecticide carbofuran h a been lesled at the CD A Research Stations at Lclhbridgr. and Winnipeg ar.d has shown great promise in controlling lhark and pork producls in Al-icrta. AH interested persons are in-ilcd to Vaccinations 9u Decline TABER (UN'S) A marked reduction in llie number oi calves vaccinMct! for Bangs )isease last year as compared uth 1968 was reported al the Tnher MT) ratepayers annual meeling here last week. Sneaking lo the larmers ores-cnt, Agricultural Service Board ieldman Hugh G. Reid said hat only 768 head were vaccinated, that Lhere was no record of Brucellosis in the district last year, and lhat federal officials are now discouraging vaccination-He said that Brucellosis vaccinated cattle are now not acceptable for export lo the United States, but recommended that farmers and ranchers at least vaccinale their replacement strjck in order to giva some degree of protection. In accounting for the board's expenditures of Mr. Held covered the areas of weed and polalo ringrot control, roadside spraying and seeding, pest control, cattle and root cellar spraying, Ihe planting ol trees, seed drill testing, ar.d other lesser programs. Coaldale Bull Sold For Alex Sera, a CoaUnle purebred Angus breeder, look top money at the 10'h annual La-combe Cross Country Angus sale Itold last week In La-combe. .Mr. Sera received for Lwo thirds interest in Coal-bridge Marshall 15Z from Angus S'.ock farm ol Ir.diannapolis, Indiana. Tlie Lacon-.bc Cross Country Is a highly sclecl sale and the best 25-30 bulls in the country. Frank Slnina, also of Coal-dale, received money [or me of his enlries lhat drew H500. Ti-.c average price o[ the sale was Killed DEL BON1TA (UN'S) A tcer was killed and amage was caused to vehicles n an unusual accident recen Ray Jorgenscn and his moth-r were reluming from Lelh mdge. When they on nilc north of the bridge ove he Milk River on Highway 62 hey dimmed (he lights lo pas in approaching car. There was some callle to th lilch and one on Ihe road. The forgenscn car was involved in a collision with one of the ca le. It landed in the other Ian C. Caatwright and his wif and live-year-old daughter oc trupied (he car that also was in volved. Both cars had to be lowot o Control Under Constai It. H. Robri-lsor, a serologisl at the Canada Agriculture Research Stalion in Lelhbridge, aid recently the department has many investiga Lions in pro-n-ess lo devise bcttev methods o control insect pests. "Some of those methods may seem rather he adds, "but they have potential for cf-icient and safe control." Phcrorr.o.ies or scent o[ various insects are discovered, identified and synthesized to he used lo j-ap insects or lo attract Ihem lo poisoned hails. Visual and sound altractanls are. being tried for Ihe same purposes. Biological methods of control have been investigated and used for some lime, 'ilany insects, like larger animals, have natural enemies such as parasites and predators. These have been and are being discovered and used for control. In recent years, sterilization techniques have been used to eradicate some nt Test Tliis melhorl Involves t li e sterilization ot laboralory-rear-ed male insects. Then these insects are released into the natural populations and, when they male with females, the eggs lhat are laid are infertile. Scientists are tackling one of the main difficulties of this approach developing iDeipen-sive insect rearing methods. Some insecls th.it attack Jive-stock are difficult to control, bill Ihcir effects on Ihe animal may be greatly reduced or eliminated, says Mr. Robertson. Where the insects are parasites that can only survive in a host animal, vaccination or immunization methods are being developed. Blood feeding insecls such as blackllics and horseflies have toxins (poisons) lhat can kill livestock. "These toxins arc also being investigated and I (hink (hat eventually vaccines will be developed to protect animals from the effects of Ihe he For Sale To Our MLA VTilh all the stress and problems befalling modern farmers, this farmer from Saskatchewan has still retailed his sense of humor. Opportunity 1 o r Premier, MLA or Department Welfare Will trade or.e section of good laml free o( dohl, value Payments can be m.ide annually for the rest ol my life at a rale of completely (Same as city family on 11 this offer is no', taken before lanri grows to weed lo qualify for acreage payment, will add to annual payments for ulcer diet allowance. Tliis bargain available until next increase in welfare Injury DEL BON IT A (ITNS> Friends of Carl Stratc will 1 sorry to hear that he had Ih misfortune (o fall and break I hip. He is a patient in S SI. Michael's Hospital, Lelh bridge. Mr. Strate is one of the ori inal 1912 homeslcaders ol t Del Bonila area. There are on] two of the original homesteac crs living in Del Bonita 90ce 5 SPEEDS 11 H.P. THE GOEI FOR '70 IN THE lOOce CLASS. Cattle Producers Cautioned "Although the present su ply and demand situation in beef is favorable, feeders should be very careful not to market heavier cattle" warned Ross Mitchell in a recent press conference held in Calgary. Mr. Mitchell from Douglas, Maniloha is Ihe newly elected president of the Canadian Cattlemen's Association. Representing the nation's two billion dollar beef business, MilcMI said "if feeders over-finish Ihcir cattle in an ellorl lo unload a surplus of feed grains, prices may easily bo driven doira lo where there is no prolil in the business. Another 25 lo 50 pounds of very expensive finish could bo Ihc equivalent of live per cent ac -dilional beef at the wholesale level." He added tliat such a (rend would do very little lo use up the surplus of SCHAUERMAN FARM AUCTION CHAMPION, AITA. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 10 A.M. miles south of KIrVcaldy, 13 miles east and mile south; or 10 miles east oF Champion on Bow Park Road and 2Vi miles FARMERS MAIICH MELBOURNE (lleuters) -More than farmers in the Australian slale of Victoria brought traffic to a slandilil uhon they marcher, through the city to publicize their financial difficulties. The farmers' main complaint is that costs arc rising but prices for Itreir produce are Farrow To Be Held Tlie Albcrla Flying Fanners will hold Iheir 10th annual con vcnlion in Lelhbridge on Apri 3 ar.d 4 al Lhe Marquis Hotel The events slart Pridav morn ing wilh fly in lo the Lclhbridge Flying Club. From 200 to 250 people arc eipccled to attend, with a big percentage flying in from Al Saskatchewan, Manitoba and throughout Ihc U.S.A. The International Flying Far mcr Queen, Barbara Knox o Arizona, will be met al Ihc air port and driven by the Brewcrj Stage Coach to (be Itolel. The Ihcme of Ihis years con vention will be "Flying is Sale Are You." Tho IMday efternoon Convention In Lelhbridge gram slnrLs out wilh a Japanese Tea Ceremony for the Ladies and a talk by W. B. Hanscn M.D. on Aviation Medicine. The U.S. Airforce will also be in attendance ami will present a liricf of llicir planner] flights over Albcrla and Saskatchewan Ibis summer. Friday evening after a smor gasbord, a dance ivill be held celebrating Ken and Mary Bjor nson of Champion 25lh Weddinj Anniversary. Saturday morning, Leth bridge Mayor Andy Anderson will officially welcome the Fly ing Farmers. Election of officers will Ix held at it a.m. during the bus ir.ess meeling and an agricul Itiral panel on grain and live slock markcling will be held a 2 p.m. The moderator will b< Mr. A. W. Bealtie of the Albcrla Wheat Pool. Panel member will include Honorable 11. A (Dud) Olson MP, George Hos Hanchcs cf Manybcrrics, Varr.c farmer from Black ie, p.ml Sir. A. Meslon from Fed eral Grain Co. 1'roscnlalions sr.ri iwariJs ,u< made al Hie Saturday cveninj baii'jucl. Mr. If. Williamson Director of Telccoromunicalior Electronics Branch, UcpL. o Transport, Ottawa, will bo lb< guest speaker. Jclf is wcl s knoft-n to the Alberta F.F. am all Albcrla flyers, as he is E s past Hcgional Director of D.O.T at SQUIRE MOBILE HOMES "CANADA'S NO. 1 CHOICE" Immediate Delivery, Low Down Paymsnlll "WE ACCEPT ALL UNITED RAMBLER I CASH LUNCH WILL BE received Inilructio Champion, wha hoi ceased the following plelc; wilh cob, culling bar from Mr. Schnnerman ol farming, we will offer for loll 510 Combine, 1969 model, com-nd picVup. 97 complnle cob, dual Massey-Ferguson 95 wilh Du-22 Caterpillar Cat wilh dozer jpellcd 14 fl. PTO No. 2 Coclc--U ft. of Ncble Hoe Grills wilh and dual wheels AM {fonl end loader. No. blade. SWATHERS-Vcrsalile Sclf-pr Swalher 15 ft. MISCELLANEOUS 19th ANNUAL LETHBR1DGE if SPRING BULL SALE THURSDAY and FRIDAY, APRIL 2nd and 3rd EXHIBITION PAVILION-LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA 334 OF THE RIGHT BULLS fiom lop Breeders in tlic rigli) lit working cpnd lions nl Ihs right prim (il your podclboot. 246 HEREFQRDS 88 ABERDEEN ANGUS TIME WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st AT P.M. ANGUS AND HEREFORD SALE 7IME THURSDAY, APRIL 2ND. A.M. SHARP. ANGUS FOLLOWED BY HEREFORD (Approx. p.m.) FRIDAY, APRIL 3RD. A.M. SHARP. BALANCE OF AUCTIONEERS KEN HURIBURI ALIEN BAKER lit. 374 tic. Hot Dinner icrvetl of 11 a.m. lo 1 p.m. Pavilion RofunJa Sale Sponsored hy SOUTHERN AtBERTA CATTLE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Discer No. 225, 15 fl., wilh fertilizer olfochmenl ond coil packers. 20 Victory Blade, double and winch. Model A Noble Blodc. 13 ft. IHC Cullivalor wilh rod weedcr allachmcnl. 12 II. Rod Woeder. 8 lection! of Morrows. No. 10 Mossey Fcrguion Baler wlih molcr. 7 ff Mcmcy-Horrij P7O Mower. 83 II. IKntoba Weed Sproyer wilh low lanlt. 30 (t. Weed Sprayer. Hydraulic 3 poinl hilcti Foil Driver. Moyrolh 27 fr. Grain Loader and Drag Auger, link Fanning Mill. IHC Side Delivery Rake, Push-off Slacker fa III Du-All loader. Diamond Chaff and Wagon. John Deere 14-inch Hammer Will. IS ft. Bofe Elevator. Combine Reels. Sleel Wheeled Bale Wagon Bole Slooker. TRUCK 19J4 3. Ion Dodge wilh 8 II. x 1 4 fl. box, Renn good rubber. STORAGE TANKS 500 gal. Fuel rank. In Burdell The Hon. 11. A. "Hurt" Olsor will be present al B mcclini; tr held in the fJurdc't Ccnlcn nial Hall, Friday, April 3rd )97n ill 2 p.m. Tliis will be ar open mccMng lo rii.snibs Ih Federal Reduction fro gram. All interested persons arc in i viled to Post; Paul Named N'OBLEI'Oftr) (Special) _ The ratepayers ol the Villnge of Nobleford nolcd was spent nn paving of main slrccl anrl Highway Avenue. II was also nolcd Ihc village Is well off considering Lhe amount spent on paving, wilh a drop in Ihc mill rale possible, from the present 75 mills. 11 was nolcd only 21 mills slay lo run the allairs of Ihe village. Mrs. Jean Noble gavo the school commlllco report, anr (he performance of (he schoo was very commendable, she said. John Warmink gave lite report (or Ihc public works department. Outside of Ihc paving done, 120 more (cet of sidewalks were completed. Arnold has tenderer his resignation, from the posl lion of secretary treasurer which he has held tor Ihe pas 15 years. May Paul hns accept cd tbo position of sccrclary Ion. MISCEllANEOUS-HO gol. Hoi Woler lank, nolurol goi. No. 7 Jenion Jump JucV. Forney Eleclric Welder wilh batlery charger. Block and lackle wilh 100 fl. rope. Backer Cool furnace. Periodic Air Compressor. h.p. loader Molcr. Pipj Threader from in. lo 2 n. Pipe targe quanlity scrap iron. Bench vise. Bench grinder. Anvil. Die set. tola! number of acre, [contracted in southern Alberta Tor the growing of sugar bccl amoun'.cd to in larp. Many olher shop look loo numerous to mention. Fence posls, po e; and pough lumber, Large quanlify of green feed, hay and GRAIN-Approx. 800 bus, bar ey 100 bus. Oatj-good for iced. head ol Yearling Slcen ond Heilen. Hereford ond Hereford-Angus Cross. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Plan attend iWi sole aj Ihs mnchlft.