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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Irrigation techniques explained Stan Noreika, Irrigation specialist In Lethbrldge for the Alberta irrigation division of the provincial department of agriculture, points out the hows and whys of irrigation management during a special course. Working with Mr. Noreika to develop finer management techniques are, left to right, John Machielse of Coaldale, John Oosterbroek of Picture Butte Gary Schneider of Raymond and Bill Kaval of Coaldale. i Tuesday, February 20, 1973 - THE LETHBRICGE HERALD - 5 Vegetable production could boost economy Alberto's aRricultafal economy could !>3 boosted by about $3 million if vegetable production were increased to supply the potential Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia markets. Production for Alberta's in-season vegetable needs alone would be worth $1.75 million to the economy, according to C. A. Schaupmeyer, supervisor of horticultural crops at the Alberta Horticulture Research Center at Brooks. He believes that a viable vegetable industry in this province would facilitate the establishment of markets in neighbouring provinces and the United States. British Columbia, he says, is fast losing vegetable production land to the urban sprawl as is the case in California. Alberta will always have to import some vegetables because of the short growing season and the impossibility of storing many of the summer crops. Mr. Ken Supina, Manager of International Harvester, Lethbridge, is pleased to announce "Mr. Alvy Budd of Barons is the lucky winner of a CUB CADET, in our January draw. JUST FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW! NOW HERE'S HOW YOU CAN BECOME OUR NEXT INTERNATIONAL CUB CADET WINNER! Check the numbered coupon, in the next IHC Flier being this number matches the one in your flier, you will win the mailed to you shortly. Bring your number in to our showroom use of an International Cub Cadet for a full 12 month period, and drop it in the Draw Barrel. We will draw a number from Nothing to buy - no obligation. The International 109 Cub the barrel on March 15th and post it in our showroom. If Cadet comes equipped with ... $ SNOW THROWER $ HYDROSTATIC DRIVE $ MOWER FREE FOR 1 YEAR Now is the time to come in and ask about our . . . 1. INTERNATIONAL TRADER'S BONUS (Cash Bonus for your trade, �tc). 2. INTEREST-FREE FINANCING 3. SPECIAL DEALS ON IH RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 4. OUR SPECIAL WINTER OVERHAUL SERVICE BONUS OFFER 5. OUR LUCKY NUMBER DRAW I Winning No. will be posted in showroom February 15th our 0 0 0 0 0 a Check to see if your lucky I number it posted. & at ��  � m � m � �w �