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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 40-THE UIHBRIDGE HERALD- Woclnnrfny, Mmcli IS. 1972 I'ISII IMIOCiHAM 1 aimed In plraso Icon-ape iv.-' >tluths OIK- ui Mcx- I H-M hou.. Mils an- lo-fish is dOMKnccI (a thoriml a new pro- the country's TV r M (Al dent I.uis lu-lievcrrin MOKE rilOM'.S There were altoul tel- in Mlicrla al Ihe end o[ 1970, almost more Ihnii in previuus yenr. tfil This year, more urgently than ever before, good manage- ment will he essential in your fanning operations. Canadian farm prosperity depends overwhelmingly upon selling more grain, oilseed and other crops to foreign markets. Competition for these markets is tough, but marketing officials are convinced that we can sell oiirpro- the quality is good and if prices are competitive. Only you, with good management on your farm, can make that possible...by producing clean, quality grain and oil- seeds at the lowest unit cost. Since most input costs are fixed, the more bushels you harvest per acre, the less each bushel costs. That way, you can sell at a competitive price and still make money. That's good management! Smart farm management involves many modern tech- niques and a great deal of old-fashioned common sense, so as an essential part of your program, pay special heed to what wild oats can cost you. 1. Jf you delay seeding because of wild oyts, you are sure to lose the extra production which early planting can deliver. Yields are disappoint- ing, unit costs you lose money. Since this practice seldom controls many wild oats, you still jeopardize crop quality due to weed seed contamination. 2.' Jf you fail to control wild oats until these pests already have stolen vital nutrients and sunlight from your crops fand even young oats in the two to three leaf stage already have taken a significant toll) you still are defeating your own objectives by losing yields and quality. Post-emergence her- bicides seldom kill all the wild oats necessary forbestresulls. 3. If you do not try to control wild oats at all, you lose not only much of your potential profits, you actually may have thrown away a big part of your investment in good seed, in fertilizers, and in the labor and expense of working your land. Un- controlled wild oats slash yields, wreck produc- tion costs, cause ruinous dockage. That throws the winds! This year, use Avadex or Avadex BW herbicide to control wild oats as they sprout and before their costly damage is done. Proved through more than a decade of use in Canada. Avadex products work. Your neighbors know it. You Know It. Prices of Avadex products have been reduced this year, and since these products always have delivered more than they cost, they now are a good management bargain. With planning, however, you can reduce costs still more. You know wild oats generally arc most severe on your farm in low, wet areas in calculating treatment costs, you need not figure in all your acreage. You can limit Avadex treatment to the severely infested areas and save money. It is a common-sense approach that works. use Avadex or Avadex BW correctly. Follow label directions carefully and incorporate properly to assure good results. There is nothing difficult about it. Anygood manager can do il pays. Your local dealer is ready In supply your Avadex and Avadex BW needs. He is convinced you need it for good farm management, and he has a full supply. Place your order today. Monsanto Monsanto Canada Limited MONTREAL TORONTO VANCOUVER Constituency covers square miles Allen Sulatycky is the travelling MP Hy PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Hutriui OTTAWA Next to (lie fed- era] riding of Athabasca, Al- berta MP Allen Snlalyeky's Rocky is (lie most widespread in the province. II takes in three na- tional parks and covers almost 42.000 square miles. H also takes a lot of looking tiftor. The 3'1-ycar-okl lawyer is well aware of lliat, He knows lie's a Liberal in a predominantly Pro- gressive Conservative province. And he's taking no chances. Since being elected to the Flouse of Commons in the Trudeau sweep, he's never stopped working vigorously to keep in touch with the people. That's why, Parliament is in session, h e attempts t o spend at least one week a month in his own constituency. It's why he spends almost all of the summer recess travelling from community to community in the riding. And it's why in the post four years he's cover- ed about 100.000 miles within the riding visiting bi.s constitu- ents. .Mr. Snlatycky has never bothered to reckon up the mile- ige he's covered flying from Htawa and back. ..Right now Mr. Sulatycky, re- cently appointed Parliamentary secretary to Indian Affairs and Northern Development Minis- .er Jean Chretien after a -stint in the same position to former Energy Minister Joe Greene, is placing clo.-'C attention to the series of 10 nominating meet- ings Ihe federal Progressive Conservatives have launched in his constituency. Later this month the meetings will result in selection of a candidate to oppose him in ttie election ex- pected sometime this year. Basically, the nominal i n g meetings follow Ihe same tech- nique he himself used so sue- cesfully before the I9M federal election, insicnd of just one meeting, he he'd four and the ballots were not counted until the lasl meeting. In a ridlm; as widespread as Rocky Moun- tain, it's the only way to give everyone the chance to back o candidate. Rut. Mr. Sulatycky. who won Ihe seat from the PCs with kid interior, length kceli for stability. Built-in handles nl bow and stern. Red rpoxy exterior. Rated for 15 h.p. QUALITY COSTS MOKK AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS; Open Dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;