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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta r, January 21, 197S THE LETHBSICGE HERALD 5 Poultry speciaKst named to regional agriculture office A pooSry specialist serv- ing the poultry industry in- Southern Alberta has been add- ed to the stall of the regional agriculture office in Loihbridge, Rod Chernos has been nam- ed to succeed C. S. (Sherry) Clark who was named regional director for the area. Mr. Chernos, his wile and children Nikote and Joanne have taken up residence in Lethbridse Miowiag employ- ment ivith Sunrise Poultry Farms Ltd. in Devon, Alberta and with the Canada meet of agriculture AninuU search Institute in Ottawa. Raised on a turkey farm near Langdon. Alia., Mr. Chernos graduated from the University of Alberta in 1970. He enjoyi CAmpins, Qshing and boating for recreation. In Lethbridge, he win working under Use direction of; the animal industry division of the regional office. His main role in relation to the poultry in- dustry is categorized into poul- try health, poultry production costs and poultry exiensioo work. Mr. Chernos said In the of poultry health the focus is primarily on the breeding flock5. All breeder Socks are WE DON'T Horse Around You'll Get the Best Deal from us on QUALITY USED CARS AND TRUCKS 1971 PONTIAC Calolina. 4 dr. sedan. 1970 PONT1AC O.T.O. JUDGE Very SS-crp. 3 on the floor. 1970 CMC Vi TON V-8, -1 speed. 1969 CMC 14TON V-S, outo rrons, Oft7? P.S.. P.B........ 1969 CMC TON 1 Q Aft V-S, o.-.io. irons. 196B FORD RANCH WAGON I9iS FONTIAC PARIS1ENME 2 d- h T. V-S, tl 5CJ) 1564 POHTIAC PARIS1ENNE 1965 PONHAC PARiSIENNE SERVICE 256 MAIN ST. CARDSTON Phona 653-3672 governed by the Chicken and Turkey Flock Approval Pro- gram where all flocks must be blood tested and be found free of disease before the eggs can be used for hatching. He will also make visits to farms and hatcheries to make change and improvement rec- ommendations where applica- ble. As the specialist, he is also responsible for providing assist- ance in tabulating production costs to various types of poul- try producers. He said he will try to help producers on an individual bas- is by getting solutions to prob- lems through the rest of tte resources of the Alberta deparU ment of agriculture. SALE ENDS JANUARY 31 ACCUCOLOR SUPER 90 TELEVISION 26" GIANT SCREEN CONSOLE Black Matrix Screen A.F.T, Aulomatic Fine Tuning Accumatic Color Control Power Grid VHP, Solid Stale UHF Tunen Volts Chassis 679, ItCJI MITH'S FOR fiances ;