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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE February 11, 1975 i 1 NEXT EDITION OF jjoldei I Mb UlllllUUlV HALIFAX If you listen to Dr. William Carson, head of the Will nnnaar in agricultural engineering Will appear in department at Nova Scotia The Lethbridge Herald Technical college, een started to measure farmer determine the size he number of good work- of machine, such as a plow ng days in a year for plow- or silage harvester, that he ng and harvesting. will need for the crop he The soil is being intends to plant. February BUYS! 1970 Chevrolet completed irrigation systems, small dams control systems on farms. They learn the present designs of many pumps, conveyors, electrical plants and other Carryall V8, automatic, power Q UU Lf% steering, Cream Puff WlJ shaoe 1 WWW Semen Processing Sales and Distribution Custom Collection and Private Storage Full line of A.I. Supplies and Nitrogen 5 DAY A.I. SCHOOL to be held February 24-28. a.m. to p.m. Registration Fee: 'Register early to avoid disappointment: We are extending a "Southern Welcome" to the Salers Bull "Imperial" owned by Pincher Creek Ranches, Pjncher Creek, Alberta. Imperial will be making his home at Southern Breeders. .Come in and see this and other new breeds Maine Anjou, Normande, Gelbuieh, Devon, Meuse -Rhinelssjel, (M. R. are in use and seek ways to improve them to make farming more efficient. Dr. Carson said there is always a high demand for innovations in the design of new farm machinery. The students and their professors are well under .way in the design of a new machine which will be used to plant cereal grains such as wheat, oats and barley early enough so they can be harvested before the usual fall rains. It is a device on three wheels that literally punches the seed into the 4-H news Whispering Pines Clothing Club is preparing for the Nanton talent show, Feb. 28. Warner 4-H Club plans to at.tend curling competitions in Lethbridge, March 31. A calf tour is scheduled for April 2. A federal government beef grader attended a recent club meeting, explaining with slides the cutability of beef 1 1 %f V8, 4 speed, low mile- IL_ 1 Ford Pickup SIOAC Blue. 360 automatic, 1 well kept 1 WWW Dodge Polara Sedan CAR V8, automatic, new f %llj IT B rubber, clean MWWW 1973Ponliac Grand AM 455 V8, automatic, PRICED radio, stereo, low mileage, cream Duff. RIGHT 1971 Toyota Mark II Wagon Automatic, new rub- 1 iTl MOTORS LTD. Cardston STAVELY AUCTION MARKET Cattle Sales start at 1 1 :00 a.m. BBBB EVERY WEDNESDAY Gill Mb McNain. Mgr. Phom 228-3777 fllJHIBllBlHll STOCKERS FEEDERS FAT CATTLE Local and Eastern Buyers Always Present! Auctioneer FRANK MclNENLY Clauolv Phone 543-3810 3 Miles East on Coutts Highway Specialists in Superior Semen Phow ;