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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LE1HBRICGE HE3AID Tuesday, De-ember 12, Japanese market planned for alfalfa product A potential Japanese market form an alfalfa processors' as- interest In er.d an expanding domestic sociation. pellets cubes first market for Alberta produced The dodsion 'ra-' at a evident summer when a alfalfa cubes and has recenl mectinS in rA large trading company inquired __ processors and potential pro- tons of cubes. Un- fortunately, supplies v.ere not resulted in concrete plans to ccssors. WEMORIALS By MASTER CRAFTSMEN Featuring w M f 'vr is H U K Balmoral Red and Oxford Grey Granite Largest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta I I if- ffi I LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL M II TILE WORKS LIMITED 1 fjkif: 325 8th ST. 5., LETHBRIDGE FOREIGN CAR (lethbridge) LTD. Buy two for about the price of a big domestic DATSUN 1600 DATSUN 1200 SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON DEMONSTATORS and NEW 1972's 1200 FASTBACKS and 1600 2 DOOR MODELS. FOREIGN CAR (Lethbridge) LTD. 1102 3rd AYE. S. PHONE 328-9657 adequate to meet an order of this magnitude. It vas this inquiry, and a number of others that have been filtering into Alberta sin'.-e then, that decided the proc'js- EOTS and others are think- ing of establishing plants to start plans to form an assoda- tion. Its objectives v.ouM be de- termine prices not set them on the basis of production costs; serve a clearing house for information relating to the industry; explore markets for aifalfa products; try to impro-.e freight rates, handling facilities, terminals; develop meaningful grading and quality promote research thai vvvjJd lead developing nex pr'xj- and bring aboil closer cv operation with pro-.---- in other According to Alberta's cijltural domestic n-iarketifl? of- ficer, C i y d e y.rorjgly r.thi.'j'i formation of an aifah'a pro- sssocis'.ioTi. Tnosc gaged in triis are in- creasing the value of an Alberta produc-t, a.5 well as in- creasing the demand for larxyj.- anl providing an alieraiti-. e source of income for farmers. The govemrnerj t. he has indicated that it will assist the to market product, and that it might ask the members to participate in a for age banlf. Trxj bank's func- tion rx; to provide i for- age reserve vea.-s o! below r.orrnaj production. The ;.'jg- pested that it help to wild storage fac-lli'.ies or, the coast, Mr. McMorchy tays. facilities could e both British jrnUa .Japanese rnarkr.-' Kozul; of Like AlfaJfa Prv a s elected interim oi the proposed Alfalfa As- sodation of Alberts; Bor- cixrrt of the Products, Brook.-, v, secretary S'.-harnuhn of appointed o r k v.ith the goverrirneT. r-the best type of :'iUon to set up. Depending ultl- it could a co- operative, or it iirxier trx; CornparJe- or to Societies aireadv operating alfalfa is b-jilt sr.d still another in final A o'.her 4-H report By Carmen Hak ClothSng Cl'jrj held Lice'.ir.g i8. girla In of 0 CifiSda and the 4-H pledge was lead Shelicy Maefc introduced by IJ.-.'la VTii- H'.. A was on yjr Ar- Qijestton so- perirxl ther: On fcetelf of the 4-H girls. Carmen thsrierf the gue for her interesting di ELE CTROHOME Presents The ARMADA CHASSIS: Tftfclly new detsgr, p-jfi E. of TV tol.d i ar.d Kond-vcir-sd siffjilt for bwf In alf, rvrctiOfii for iKe in vi ACTIVE TV SERVICE 123S 3rd S. PHONE 327-5020 ;