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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 'HE LCTHBRIDCE HERAID Tliundny, Mciy II, 1575 expected to be general in the West In a few days ba.i begun in all llirco teiH varii-s from ivuitm lo re- gion, Still islk'.s reported Wedni'Mkiy in its firsi tele- graphic1 ri'porl of Canadian crop condition." Mberla where the land is dry i is gathered by selected crop made considerable prepress, 'correspondents and wired to 01- Somc crops arc above the lawa. ground in tho.sc1 areas. There is adequate moisture in With favorable weather condi- j Manitoba and in central and [inns, seeding should be general throughout Canada's regions a low havt! dav.s, llio federal olatisUcs bu- plaining spring rean said. northeastern Saskatchewan, suggested by the later seeding starts, but conditions else where in Saskatchewan and much of Alberta arn dry. Some soil drifting is reported rnp 01-c in and as ling c-re of nnd need rain. In I ho of Canada, by contrast, spring lias beer, about weeks laic. In British Columbia, abnormally low temperatures mid above average precipitation lias stalled spring crops. Ilifih snow packs in the mountains and slow runoff may cause severe flooding in many valleys of the coastal plans. Spring cultivation has been delayed two or three weeks in places. In the Okanagan Valley tree fruit is blooming two weeks later than usual but no serious winter damage is reported. Early indications point to a heavy apple crop this year. In I he Marilimes as well spring lias barely winter damage has been done to .small fruit buds, strawberries and winter cereals. The land is still not firm enough to permit the u.se of machinery except in the odd dry area. Early potatoes have just been planted in New Brunswick. Quebec, loo, IUT suffered from a cold spring and soil conditions have slowed down work and prevented most seeding operations. It is too early to assess winter damage to hay and pasture crops but some is expected. Strawberry fields have been considerably hurt. In Ontario, spring seeding has only become widespread in the last week in the south, central arid west regions. But very Jew acres have been planted of cold wet weather. Most of the province's potato crop was in before May 1, but olher seeding operations are about two weeks late. A special section on the expected outbreak of grasshoppers on the Prairies, gleaned from egg laying information last year, says a considerable hatch may result because of the early warm spring. Information for Iliu crop rtv each in (he southwest corner of Sas- 45" Colfoa Canvas Jaunly naulical prinls in a fully washable fabric thai is great for sports wen r, shorts, pants, skirts, etc. In 1 and lengths. Prinled in ihe brightest, newest '72 designs in a sinking range of colours. Highly absorbent fabric 1 hoi's ideal for beach- Wear. Washable. First quality textured Crimpknit in a fresh new range of colours. Sews beautifully. Wash 'n' wear. Stock up for summer sew- Si cotton thar is fully washable. Available in a good assortment of polka dot and abstract patterns. Suitable for summer sportswear and children's clothing. 45" Screen Printed Cotton Pique that Is Fully Washable 100% Nylon Terry Prinled Polyester Crepon Polyester Polyester Crepe s Acetate wida and to easy lo I j Wdrp Knit Yarn Dyed Polyester Doubleknit Unique designs in bold, rich colourings make this cotton piqu-e in la stunning fashions! Sews and holds ils shape beautifully. 45 Choose from plain or printed in a variety of colors and pal- lerns. wosh. 7 summer colors to _ a5 wide. Completely choose from. A gQod 60" wide. Fully Fully washable. 45" wide. A wida variety o[ brighl summer prints. (ion of printed potlenn jn various colors. Give her u Brother Festival Super-Deluxe Zig-Zag-f! dsses Everything without Attachments! Makes 3 S'relch Snlchej Sfraighl, Blind and 3-Poinl. 3-Needle Position for variety of Plain and Fancy Stilches. Pushbution opera- lion For professional-looking applique-ing and monogramming. A lifetime investment for less al Woolco! EACH Brother Fesiival Deluxe Zig-Zpy.- docj irrelcli Slilch, all butt on hoi nnd a variety of fititchcs Raspberry finish. Sse-At-A-Glatice Sewing Chest Jumbo size stores all your sewing needs In handy, removable comparlmenl divided Iruys. Carrying dandle. Tortoise Shell or Smoke plastic. MV x 9'1" x EACH Wideer Woven Sewing Baskets Assortment of colors Choose from various and shancs. pprfeM nny Mollin thai >'.ws. EACH g n College Shopping 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sewing Machine Cabine! in Traditional Walnut-Finish Hnnd rubbed walnul finish in styling to blend wild most decors. Fully wired with knee control. x 17' x Opens to