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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 8 Southern Alberta 4-H Club news Speeches were presented at a recent meeting of Milk River 4-H Beef Club by members Darwin Balog, Thersa Mazutince, Noreen McCoy and Patsy Doenz. Plans for a district curling bonspiel and an Easter field trip have been discussed by Barons-Noble 4-H Club. Club delegate to a leadership seminar in Lethbridge will be Johnny Groten. Members are asked to bring a poster to the April meeting. Speech contest winners have been announced by the Grassy Lake 4-H Beef Club. Senior section: Kevin Brewin; junior section: Ricki Brewin. Lethbridge 4-H Lighthorse Club appreciated a recent visit to Stronsky's Appaloosa Stables, reports Dianne Curtis Members plan to participate in the April 15 curling bonspiel Brenda Hoyt brought a summary of a junior leadership meeting to members of Del Bonita 4-H Beef Club Highlights of a district council session in Cardston and Lethbridge were shared by Ed Newton and Charles Barnett. t The March meeting of the McNally Tailor Tacks was called to order by president Debbie Hartman. Roll call was "If I found Ideas for money making projects were discussed It was decided the club will have a bake sale, April 25. The club speak-offs were planned and committees .were appointed. Impromptu talks were given by members who are entering the club speak- offs. Cheryl Sherman gave a demonstration on how to make a T-shirt. A talk was given by Anna Boulton on Streakers. The next meeting will be held April 27 at 2 p.m in Transport director WINNIPEG' (CP) Peter J Wintemute has been named general director of the Canadian Board's grain transportation division, succeeding N. A. Hope, who is retiring Mr Hope will continue to serve as a special adviser unlil his actual retirement in late spring. Mr Wintemute formerly was a special assistant to the exerulive director. GAS PROJECT Methane gas has been suggested as a possible alternative to gasoline and heating oil as an energy source. Agriculture Canada will spend to help set up a pilot plant to explore the idea further The project is aimed at studying the technical and economic possibility of methane gas production from hog manure in a cold climate. It is being carried out in co-operation with the University of Manitoba and the Biomass Energy Institute of Manitoba. SQUEEZE CHUTE This chute has an automatic head gate for easy one-man operation. No way animal can choke down. Sides of squeeze are low enough to allow easy rib" or shoulder brand- ing on calves and high enough to handle larger cattle. This ideal squeeze chute elimin- ates the need for calf table. Comes right or left, portable or stationary, side opening or front release. All units are heavy duty by com- parison. EACH F.O.B. CARDSTON While Stock Lasts! CLINT'S EQUIPMENT LIMITED "MMEMCMMAIYCMUDUNS" CARDSTON, 653-3534 the home of Cindy Van Leeuwen. Timber Trails 4-H Multiple Club is preparing handicrafts for a fund raising tea, April 13 at 2 p m in Cowley Hall. On April 6, members will join with the Beef Club for speak-offs. A calf tour has been set for April 17 commencing ifl a m sharp for members of the Barons 4-H Beef Club. Meanwhile, a ham bingo is planned for 8 p.m. Wednesday in Barrhill School. Club reporters are requested to type triple space all reports submitted to this column. Please include a full first name, or two initials, for each person mentioned in your report. Items should be forwarded to Chinook promptly following club meetings. HAVI30 YKARS OP IXPIMIINCI. Look into your water storage ft drainage Dragline boom lengths up to 80 ft. for the long reach. Bucket sizes: yd. to yd, heavy duty back hoe: (owiwr opwBtod) CwiMCC MALCHOW THE EXCAVATOR LTD. Phone: 329-0303 DIAMOND CITY, ALBERTA Break Out of the Price Squeeze! BREAK DATSUN ECONOMY AND LUXURY COMBINED Datsun 610 4 Door Sedan Datsun 710 2 Do.r Hardtop Datsun 610 Station Wagon Let of our friendly salesmen you just how much you can save! FOREIGN CAR 1102- 3rd Ave. South (LETH) LTD. Phone 328-9651 ;