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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 TH6 IITHBHIOGI HKAID Towday, Ofttbtf l TAKING OFF THE CORN A four-row header, right, leased from the manufacturer strides through a field of corn on the Howard Cieland farm near Burdett. Centre, Adrian Stensrud, left, and Mr. Cieland, neighbor farmers who worked together on the corn plots this year in co- operation with the Lethbridga Research Station. Right, is the grain dryer, propane fired and driven by power take off from the tractor. It Is located of Bow Island and is set up to dry the crop from the research station plots. Drying corn is a standard procedure before storing. South Alberta Could Become The Corn Belt Of The West By RON WATMOUGH Herald City Editor BOW ISLAND Southeast- ern Alberta is on the way to becoming the corn-belt of West- ern Canada. The acres of grain corn now being harvested in the area east and south of Taber might be considered a pilot plan for a potential acres. Yields of 100 bushels per acre are seen for this area. It is suit- able because of the total heat units received in the growing season. Heat units are calculated us- ing the number of days with daytime temperatures above 50 degrees and nights above 40 de- grees. This summer the area had about heat units 200 more than an average summer. It has been a good growing year. Early maturing hybrid corn varieties do well in this range of heat units. Tests conducted by the Leth- bridge Research Station have produced yields of 150 bushels of corn per acre. Grain corn this fall is selling at about per bushel. The potential market for the corn is livestock feed beef, swine and poultry. A distillery planned for Lethbridge would eventually use about bushels per year the production from about acres. It is be- lieved the distillery would re-, quire abont bushels in 1972 and expand from there1. Ontario, corn belt of Canada, does not now grow enough for its own needs and imports com from' the United States. Ontario grows 1.5 million acres annual- ly. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 32M095 British Columbia now imports some two million bushels, of grain corn each year, mostly from Minnesota. Corn is a hardy crop. Har- vesting can be done late in the year and in temperatures as low as 20 below. It .stands stur- dy and does not easily go.down with fall .rains, wind and snow. Drying grain corn is a stan- dard harvest procedure every- where. Corn is harvested at about 30 per cent moisture con- tent and dried to 13 per cent for good storage. Wheat is har- vested and stored at about, 13 per cent. Harvesting equipment for corn is expensive. The four-row header attachment for a com- bine costs about One in use this fall has been supplied on a rental basis by a major machinery manufacturer. A to. .economically own a header and a "dryer, would need to be in the 400 acre production class. Some of the first corn har- vest this fall began Saturday-on the farm of Howard Cieland southeast.of Burdett. His fields, in a joint project with farmer- neighbor Adrian. Stensrud, are part of -13 plots of the Leth- bridge Research Station. Total acreage of the plots is 500 acres. The other acres being grown this fall in the south are under contract with Federal Grain Co. Ltd. Drying the grain from the sta- tion's plots is being done in Bow Island with an outfit of Dennis Williams of Drumheller. He con- tracted the drying with a com- mercial dryer (300 bushels per The dryer uses propane. Pro- pane and natural gas are the only two fuels which can be used without tainting the corn. 'New Industry Up For MFC Okay Another new industry for Lethbridge will come up for, ap- proval at Wednesday's meeting of the. Municipal Planning Cora- mission. Architects Holman and Mur- ray of Red Deer are seeking approval of plans for an acti- vated carbon plant to be built by Aqua Tech Ltd. of Calgary. The company received a 000 federal incentives grant for the proposed plant in August. Activated carbon, a good ab- sorbent, .is used to. purify air, gas or water. Two of its current uses are to reduce noxious fumes in automobile exhausts and in cigarette filters. The commission will also deal with an application from Tollestrup Construction Co. for a mobile home park and tourist accommodation development in the riverbottom area north of the Highway 3 traffic bridge. The location is northwest of SPACE BROWNIE Part of NORAD (North American Air Defence) involves keeping track of satellites. This is a job for Boker-Nunn cameras, like this one located at Cold Lake, Alberta; These cameras can, through re- flected light from a space object, track an object the size of a basketball for a distance of miles. There are now some man-placed objects in space. Some of them will orbit for years. Others will de-orbit ond plunge back toward earth during that time. Many of the objects are debris from space programs and most will burn as they enter the earth's atmosphere. Lethbridge Emergency Measures Organization invites YOU TO ATTEND THE NEW SESSION OF RESCUE TRAINING CLASSES which will commence Thursday, October 22-8 p.m. IN ROOM 2 CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE To Register, Contact CIVIL DEFENCE DEPARTMENT CITY HAIL, IETHBRIDGE Phone: 378-2341 Local 247 U of L Seeks Suggestions For Courses The University of .Lethbridge department of continuing educa- tion is seeking suggestions for spring semester evening courses and 171 summer ses- sion courses. U of L regulations require that all continuing education classes be offered for university credits, so the programs must be academically-oriented1. They do not however, have to be in the current calendar. The university, invites every- one who desires a particular CADET NEWS Navy League Wrenette Corps (Commander Jerome) No. 26 will parade tonight. Divisions at 7 p.m.; stand easy, evening quarters, and liberty boats, 9. Duty officer, SLT McArady; duty division, Sioux; duty Petty Officer, PO-2 E. Schmidt; quar- termaster, AW D. Rice; AW D. Masson. There are still openings for girls 13 18 years. Telephone 327-5547 or visit the ship, 10th Ave. and 17th St. S. at p.m. BIO DEMAND Swimming pools are being In- stalled in Johannesburg, South Africa, at the rate of about 11 a dc.y. course to contact Dr. Menno Boldt, in the U of L faculty of arts and science, and will ar- range as many new courses as it can from those suggested. In order for scheduling of spring classes, suggestions must be received by Oct. 17. SEPTEMBER WEATHER Mean Highest Lowest Inches Inches Snow Depth Hrs. Snowfall Preclp. Inches Sunshine Temp. Lethbridge 53.1 84 Calgary. 49.7 Cranbrook Edmonton 48.8 51.4 Medicine Hat 53.0 Pincher Creek 50.5 Red Deer 48.2 83 75 81 23 20 21 28 27 13 19 3.5 3.5 .4 3.3 1.4 4.7 6.9 1.53 .92 1.66 1.34 .84 1.72 1.16 206.2 223.3 196.0 205.') 207.4 ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. Douglas S. Cooper Formerly of Vancouver will be associated wiili Dr. F. T. Wood IN THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Effective October 31st, 1970 Appointments may be made now by calling 327-8333 Lakeview Medical Dental Bldg. ToUestrup's sand and gravel operation, near the site of the city's secondary sewage treat- ment plant, which is now under construction. Two apartment applications are also on the agenda. Chal- lenger Investments Ltd. wants permission for a 12 suite apETtment at 3319 20th Ave. S. Blue Star Homes is seeking approval for a four suite apartment at 238 15th St. N. The Bank of Montreal is re- questing permission for several signs for its new drive in bank, the first in the city, at 230 13th St. N. Recreation Conference At College Delegates from some 20 com- munities and area organiza- tions are expected to attend the Southern Alberta Minister's Conference on Recreation in room 60 of the Kate Andrews building at the Lethbridge Community College. Tree Removal Plan Outlined Residents of the city who have large trees located on pri- vate property that may pre- sent a potential hazard or have become a nuisance may re- quest the assistance of the city parks and recreation depart- ment in having them topped or removed. Due to the number of re- quests being received by the city, the following is the policy being followed in tree removal. Any person requesting such assistance is required to' sign a form which states they have tried but have been unsuccess- ful in locating a private con- tractor to do the work. All costs involved are the respon- sibility of the person requesting the assistance. Car Flips Damage totalled in a one vehicle accident Monday on Highway 4 about five miles east of Lethbridge. The driver, Charles Evans of Lethbridge, was not injured when his vehicle went out of control and overturned. The purpose of the confer- ence is to provide an opportun- ity for everyone to share in discussion on what might be done over the next decade in projecting new concepts in rec- reation. Following this conference, the' same delegates will attend the Provincial Minister's Con- ference on 'Recreation Oct. 16, 17 and 18 in ;Edmonton. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. 1 Paint Buy one gallon for......8-95 Get another gallon for only 1-00 Buy one quart for 2-75 Get another quart for only Including: 25c Exterior House Paint Exterior Primer Exterior Latex House Paint Inferior Lntex Flat Paint Interior Oil Base Fiat Paint Interior Satin Enamel High Gloss Enamel Porch and Floor Enamel 'Enamel Underbody FREDDIE'S PAINT WALL AND FLOOR COVERINGS 816 3rd Ave. 5., Lethbridge Phone 327-5540 HILLSPRING SUPPLY CO. Hillspring, Alberta. Phone 626-3503 WIN CP AIR TRIP TO HAWAII CENTRE VILLAGE ;