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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 6, '772 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Evergreens need Raymond renews battle for town nursing home water, aphid spray City and district residents have been told to make sure all evergreen trees are well watered in order to make sure they will remain healthy. Murray McLcllanti, district agriculturist for Ihe counties o( Lethbridgc and Warner, said winter is very hard on ever- green trees. Severe damage has been reported in many areas. "The only thing that can be done for winter injury Is to wa- ter the trees well right after Ihe frost comes out of the said Mr. McLelland. "Those needles that are al- ready brown will not recover. The purpose of the watering is to try to stop any further dying out from occurring." He suggested that this is also the time of the hear to watch closely for first evidence of Spruce Gall Aphid which is quite prevalent in the Letlv bridge county. The galls, caused by aphids, appear on the growing tips of spruce trees. They do not cause serious injury unless infesta- tion is heavy but they do cause an unsightly appearance. Mr. McLelland said spray control is necessary but must be done while the aphids aro outside the cone-like gall. In the spring, if while cot- tony material appears on the tree, aphids are present. This is the egg stage. Spraying should begin when the brown membrane over the new needle buds ruptures. Spraying should be done every four days for four times with Malathion, one ounce per gallon of water. Mr. McLelland said if only a few galls are present, control can be obtained by picking the galls off and burning them while the aphids are still in- side. This is best done in July. By JOE MA Herald Slaff Wrilcr Kayrnond has renewed its eight-year fight to get a nurs- ing home with a presentation to the Lethbridge General and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 65 Board last week. "We firmly believe that nurs- ing home beds in Raymond are absolutely the Ray- mond delegation told the amal- gamated hospital board. To bad- its claim, the dele- gation scid there were 614 resi- dents aged years and over in 1970 in Raymond, Magrath, New Dayton, Stirling. Wrenth- am, Warner and Welling. It said there were 105 poten- tial occupants of a nursing home in Raymond, including 20 now in nursing homes outside of Raymond, five on active waiting lists in hospitals, 34 at home bul requiring nursing care, and 40 nursing home candidates being treated in mental hospital. Board chairman Frank Rus- sell said he appreciated the fact that there is an apparent Festival awards presented A number of scholars hips, awards and trophies were pre- sented at the Kiwanis Music Festival follow up concerts Thursday and Friday. Janet Larson presented the awards Thursday evening and Dr. D. Seyward Smith presented them Friday. SCHOLARSHIPS SPECIAL KIWANIS VOCAL SCHOL- ARSJHIPS, S100: Susan Young, Lelh- brjdgp and Kathleen Thompson, Lcth. bridge, S50 each. LETHBRIDGE MUSIC CLU8 KA- THERINE BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, S1DO: Jeffrey Caiman, Lethbridge. SMITH AWARD, S50: Woymen Mah, Bellevue, donated hy the Downtown Kiwanis In honor of Marion and Spy- ward Smith BANFF SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS BURSARY, Tuition In any course in the music of ths six-week summer school: Jeffrey Caiman, Leth- bridge. LETHBRIDGE REGISTERED MU- SIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATI O N SCHOLARSHIP, ISO; Laurie Fuma- gatfi, Bellevue. BETA SI G M A PHI HONOR AWARDS, pach. Sharon Sam, Ma- grath, Mary Ellen Goslin, Clares- holm, Kathleen Holt, Lefhbridge, Lori Leister, Lethbridge. W. T. HILL MEMORIAL AWARD. ISO: McKlllop United Church, H, van Eaforen. MARTIN BROTHERS AWARD, SEO: Anne Campbell Singers. LADIES OF KIWANIS AWARD Anne Campbell Singers. LADIES OF KIWANIS AWARD Foster, Lethbridge. ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARS H I P 150: Marcifl Swanston, Lethbridgc. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL AWARD (.50: Linda Johnson, Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE MUSIC THEATRE JUNIOR AWARD Melody Bohne, Fort Mscteod, Reduce the price of your car wash- when you fill your tank with gasoline at a Pacific 66 Car Wash! Car Wash IBIO -3 Avenue S. fMsy iinci convenient to tiriVR a clran rat! Wn honor all credit cards .tppiovrti by hf'iotf1 purchase inducing CHARGEX. We Care about you and your car L That's a promise J LETHBRIDGE MUSIC THEAT R E SENIOR AWARD SI 00: Narda Hin- man, Cardston. WILLIAM FAIR BAIRN MEMOR- IAL AWARD 535: Lori Smith, Hill- spring. MINERS' k I B R A R Y CLUB AWARDS each: Robed Keeler, Raymond and Carla Young, L e t h- bridge. EFFIE REID LANGMEAD AWARD Richard Simons, Lethbridgc. BAILEY'S KEYBOARD AWARD Marl Gay PIzzey, Lethbridge. CJOC SCHOLARSHIP S50: Pal Tompkins, Lethbriln.e. HEINTZMAN AND COMPANY LIM- ITED SCHOLARSHIP S50: Shireen Caiman. Lefhbrioge and Mark Rog- ers. Lethbridoe. BARBARA THRALL AWARD S50: Eddie Gnandt, Lethbridge. MARGARET PARISEL SONATINA AWARD 425: Mark Balcg, Frank. J. T. VALLANCE MEMORIAL AWARD Karen Poiii, Bellevue. GORDON WATKINSON MEMOR- IAL AWARD S2S: Joy and Dick Ste- phure, Lethbridge. "HE WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN MEM- ORIAL PIPE ORGAN SCHOLARSHIP 550: NoT Awarded. MAX E. MOSCOVICH SCHOLAR- SHIP Valeria Horvath, L e t h- bridqe. LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSO. CIATION AWARD S25: Perry Foster, Lethbridge, KETCHESON SCHOOL OF GUITAR AWARD M B r k Nelson, Leth- "LEISTER'S WIND INSTRUM E H T SCHOLARSHIP 550: Ferna Tudor, Great Falls. LETHBRIDGE HERALD BAND AWARD 'SlOO: Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Band, J. L. Pokarney. MARY BIGELOW AWARD Pat Alexander, St. Mary's. KINETTE CLUB OF LETHBRIOGE JUNIOR SPEECH ARTS AWARD S5S: Joanne Ririe, Magrafh. KINETTE CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE SENIOR SPEECH ARTS AWARD Dann Galbraith, Raymond. SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAP- TER IODE 150: Sheri McFflddon, Lcthbrldge. PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COL- LEGE AWARD S25: Margaret Hor- vath, Lethbrldcie. BERTI'S SCHOOL OF ACCORDIAN AWARD S2S: Donald Jarvie, Leth- bridge. TROPHIES HORACE BARRETT MEMORIAL TROPHY: Norda Hinmnn, Csrdflon. STAN A. MCDONALD MEMQR AI, TROPHY: Melody Bohne. Fort Mae- leod. I A YTO N MEMORIAL CHAL- LENGE SHIELD: Teen Clefs, Anne Camobell CJOC TROPHY: Raymond Chorus, Laura Wat-son. MRS FRED JACKSON MEMOR- IAL CHALLENGE SHIELD: Tour Slnqers, AlTje CfVP1--11 DONALDSON TROPHY: Donald Gibb, Raymond. ANNIE B. CULL TROPHY: Lor- raine Beauchesne, Lethbridqe. EFFIE REID LANGMEAD MEM- ORIAL TROPHY: Richard Simons, Lethbridae. FLORENCE ANN MACKENZIE MEMORIAL TROPHY: Fleetw o o d- Bav.'den, Mrs. P. McKaaue. SHERRY B I I TON MEMORIAL TROPHY: Wavman Msh, Bellevue. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FOR- ESTERS TROPHY: Feme Tudor, Great Falls Banner up Brass: Jo, anne Collenux, Taber. Runner up Reed: Laurelel Nattreis, Milk River. EDWARDS CUP: Happy Wsnrier- ers, Coaldale. D. E. Humphreys. BRYM.ER SHIELD: Assumpl ion School, Mrs. J. .lotirtson. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL CUP: Winston Churchill High, Miss Lily! ATA' JANFT McLEOD MEMORIAL j SHIELD: Assumption School, Mrs. J. Johnson. REBECCA TOBIN TROPHY: Wil- I son Junior High, Mrs. Barbara Walk- t VELMA REDD TROPHY: Winston Churchill High, Lily Larter. SCOTTISH IMPORTS TROPHY: Na award given. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION: No av.-ard given. LEPKO ACCORDION TROPHY: Margaret Horvath, Leihbndge. BOWMAN SHIELD: St. Basil's School, Mrs. A. E. Clarke. MARGARET ZAUGG TROPHY: Shari Hohn, Spring Coufw. L E o N A PAT'ERSON TROPHY: Mrs. Grace Snow, Milk River. SPECIAL The recommendations made for ns. tipnal trophies by the judg" were- City of Lincoln Trophy: Teen Clefs, Anne Campbell; Mailtieson Trophy; Anne Campbell Singers. need for nursing home beds in Raymond, but added that the board promised Taber, which has a similar need, priority con- sideration two years ago. Mr. Russell suggested that Raymond form ifs own nursing home board and make an iron- clad statement of facts and needs, including absolute occu- pancy of a nursing home to break even operational costs, in its pursuit for a nursing home. "It was a very useful meet- ing." Raymond physician Dr. Glair H. Norton said in a Her- ald interview. "At least the board said there will be no more nursing homes built in Lethbridge in the near future." Dr. Norton is a member of the nursing home delegation which also includes Mayor Rob- ert Graham of Raymond, chair man P. K. Moreland of t h e Raymond Hospital Board, ad- ministrator S. W. King of Ray- mond Hospital, and Murray Holt, of the County of Warner and the board of Ridge View Lodce. "The opening of the ISO-bed Southland Nursing Home helps Lethbridge, but not much of Dr. Norton said. "'The people in Raymond do I not want to live in a Leth- bridge nursing home. They want to live here, so their families and friends can visit them more often." Dr. Norton said he realized Taber, with a larger population to serve than Raymond, has an equally urgent need for a nurs- ing home, "It is not a ques- tion of whether Taber or Ray- mond has a more urgent need, or which should receive the pri- ority, but nursing homes should be built in both he said. Pointing to two elderly women waiting in his clinic, Dr. Norton said, "They are now in the mental hospital. They should be in nursing homes. We don't have a nursing home, and they don't want to live in Lethbridge." Dr. Norton said a nursin; home board, consisting of the same five members of t h nursing home delegation, will be formed, and an updating Survival up About 50 years ago, the num- ber of women who survived five years after an operation for breast cancer was about 15 per cent. Today, because of im- proved techniques of detection and treatment, the five year survival rate is about 58 per cent. The Canadian Cancer So- ciety urges all women to learn about breast self-examination and practise it. L W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 For all your moving and storage needs, call the experts at L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" study of nursing home candi- the situation in Raymond now, hut also it is wrong from a dates will be made Not only is it more costly to keep a nursing home candidate in a mental hospital, such as now is to convince the govern- ment we need a nursing homa humanistic point of view to do which will break even its op- so, Dr. Norton said. j erational costs with 60 "I guess what we have to do 1 he said. Is your money 1 UnaiYinlmjarl f m Put it to work in You'll get security and a good 'B1 Fund invests irt bonds and pays a good, terly. See us for com- plete information. 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