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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Tuesday, March 5, 1974 The Lethliridn PURCHASE FROM STOCK WALK IN DRIVE OUT In a New 1974 Chevrolet Pickup on Display Nowl STOCK NO. 2297 1974 CHEVROLET 4x4 V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, plus many more options, rose- wood and white.............................. STOCK NO. 2278 and STOCK NO. 2291 1974 TON V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, ralley wheefs, Cheyenne trim, much more, yellow and white.................................... 6389 5582 35 40 FLASH 1 ONLY 1974 CHEVROLET 70 Swtos Tamtam, 6V53 Detroit Diaaal, automatic transmission, 21 r 151 C.A. For furthtr details contact: KM I 223-3558 F. 223-2581 PM Rakts 223-25M MANY NEW UNITS ARRIVING DAILY! MCDONALD CHEVROLET Taber, Alberta Phone 223-3556 Bureau Herald farm writer Ric Swihari, left, and circulation manager Bob Fenton will be greeting visitors to the 1974 Ag-Expo at the Exhibition Grounds. Located in Booth 42, The Herald will pre- sent the newspaper participation in agricul- ture through pictures, type and questions and answers available at the booth. The booth will be manned from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. to as- sist the public. Ag-Expo Seed contest needs patience To get a sample ready for the seed competition anc displays at Ag-Expo takes hours of painstaking work only 10 per cent of a farmer's grain may be acceptable. The kernels should be large and plump, bright in color with good luster and apparently high quality. All the kernels should be uniform as possible in all respects, and there must be freedom from weed seed and from all othei injury. The use of a fanning mill or suitable hand screens art the most effective methods of separating unwanted kernels. After the undersized and thinner kernels have, been discarded the oversized course kernels are screened off. Any kernels with defective color, quality, diseased, mechanically damaged or are immature can be picked out. by hand. A reasonable amount of polishing in a cotton sack will improve the lustre and increase the weight per measured bushel. There are approximately 40 classes of seeds this year at Ag-Expo including open hay, alfalfa hay, grass, forage, legume, grain, silage, table stock, potatoes, and pedigree grains. The display of seeds entered in the competition will be open to the public today through Friday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the exhibition complex. One of the highlights of this year's seed competition is a contest for the youngsters. Youngsters will be asked to identify three different types of seeds and put their answers in a drum. The first correct entry drawn will win a 10-speed bike. The winners of the seed competitions will be announced Friday at 7 p.m. The winner of the youngsters contest will be announced Saturday at a.m. Nutrition show gives health guide Nutrition is the substance of which life is made and by which life is sustained. This year's Homemakers' Section of Ag-Expo will emphasize, "what to eat to be healthy." There are exhibits showing the food items in Canada's Food Guide and the quantities of these foods Canadians should eat. Dial-A-Nutritionist is a new twist for anyone who has questions relating to nutrition. There is a direct line to a nutritionist who will anwer any questions put to her. Another new angle is a room people can walk into and test physical fitness. There are scales and instruments to measure the amount of fat on a person's body. To go with the nutrition display is a concession that will serve nutritious meals. The nutrition displays will run today through Friday in the Exhibition Pavilion from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. ATTEND SOUTH ALBERTA'S BIG WINTER SHOW MARCH 5-6-7-8-9 LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION COMPLEX 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily Seed Competition Displays from all Types of Display Business and Government Nutrition Displays Departments Livestock Display Indoor Auction Sale Short Courses March 9, 12 Noon Giant Farm Machinery Show NO ADMISSION CHARGE ;