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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 --THE l.THBRIDOE HERALD Saturday, May 1, WO MAY DAY TOGETHERNESS Soviet Communist parly and government leaders greet Russian crowds gathered in Moscow's Red Square Friday as the traditional May Day parade and celebrations got under way. Com- flanked munist party leader leonid I. Brezhnev, behind microphones, by Premier Alexei N. Kosygin, right, and President Nikolai V. Podgorny. Other top officials are unidentified.___________________________ 6 Per Cent Discount Pledged NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A six per cent discount will be grant- ed to those paying their water, sewer and sanitation fees a year in advance. Underwood McLcllan and As- sociates will be commissioned to set up drainage control and subdivision bylaws in the Dis- trict of Sparwood. Building inspector Bruno Be- vilacqua was notified to make recommendations for controlled building fire limits in the town- site of Sparwood. Work has commenced on the mobile home area in the new subdivision of Sparwood. It is now being cleared prior to ser- vicing the 16 lots for perma- nent mobile home owners. Farmers Beating Chronic Marketing Problem GRANDE PR AIRIE, Alta. (CP) An increasing number of farmers in this region are beating agriculture's chronic marketing problems with guar- anteed markets, and payment, for crops before they are planted. Contract growing of forage SHOE REPAIRS if BEST FAST x CHEAP SHOE HOSPITAL 33! llth Street South seed began here io years ago, but only recently has become a significant part of Alberta's pc- digreed forage seed production. It promises to account for" an even larger portion within a few years. A spokesman for one major seed supply house said that 10 years ago about to acres were planted under con- tract. Estimates of the acreage last year range from to and authorities expect this to increase to more than acres before long. This area, m the Peace River NORBRIDGE MARINE SERVICENTRE 1252 3rd Avenue North lehbridge, Alberla Phone 327-6960 Now is the time to bring in your lawnmowers, boats and outboards for spring tuno up or repairs. YOUR SERVICENTRE FOR: .Outboard.Motors. .Boat and Trailer Repairs. Air. Cooled. Engines .Snowmobiles. All work backed by yean of experience Free pickup and delivery.service.. JOHN BACEDA district straddling the Alberta- British Columbia border, last year produced more than pounds of all kinds of forage seed. A few years ago only a frac- tional percentage of the produc- tion was under contract. Last year it accounted for up to 20 per cent. Under this system, the buyer supplies a type of seed for mul- Les Gordon Heads Lions At Foremost FOREMOST (Special) At a recent meeting of the Foremost Lions Club the following officers were elected: President, Les Gordon; 1st vice-president, Hap Bates; 2nd vice president, Ewald Zielke; 3rd vice president, Geoff Tagg; secretary, George Whit- tle; treasurer, Cecil Dillenbeck; Lion tamer, Sol Weber; tail- twister, Gil Mehlen, one-year di- rectors, Barry Boyd, Charlie Coverdale; two-year directors, Joe Trekofski and Jim Curan. The immediate past-president is Vern Arnold. tiplication and guarantees to buy all that is produced. Since forage crops are perennial, one planting may yield crops for two to five years, depending on variety. The market continues to grow as plant breeders develop spe- cific forage crops and other grasses for specialized uses. These may range from pastures for specific kinds of livestock and specific climates to grasses fof golf courses on particular soils and in certain locations. A grass developed for a sandy soil in a dry climate usually is unsuitable for an alkali soil in an area of high rainfall. The industry spokesman said that European interests gener- ally deal through a seed supply house in Canada to have a cer- tain amount of seed multiplied. The company sub-contracts with fanners. The result is a guaran- teed marketing chain. E. Clifford Stacey, retired director of the federal experi- mental farm at nearby Beaver- lodge, said those growing crops under the system have any- where from 10 to 75 per cent of their land in forage crops. his seeding. He knows the crop means money in the bank." Mr. Stacey said markets have held firm in recent years and prices have been at a level that fanners "can smile a bit." Spe- cialized production yields a bet- ter price than non-pedigreed seed, the market seems to be expanding and more companies are entering the field. Orlin G. Bratvold, head of the provincial field crops branch, said he would like to see con- Half-Day Program For Students TABER (HNS) A limited trial work experience program will be undertaken at W. R. Myers Junior High School dur- ing the coming year, following a pattern established this year by the high school's merchan- dising class. Under the program, certain students will be able to attend school for a half day daily, working the other hall-day in some local business or industry. The program is intended to introduce the students to the world of work, in order to gain practical experience to aug- ment their1 school studies and be the better prepared for em- ployment after schooling is completed. VUDD'NHEAD OBSERVATION ACROSS 1 Great Repeat. numbirs: 37 Reltraln. India. 39 Topi. Hlppll 41 Plant part. jewelry. 43 In reierve. 11 Climbs. 45Imitate ISTrlgono- Donald metric Duck. functions. 48 German atatesman. Inimokt M Faux pat. t2 See 29-A. M SSSIdebyildl. Z4 Superior. IS 19 Biblical S3 Numerical mother-In. prefix. law. M Showed an oldmovlt. nothing Important like to hitters. IT Ancient net M-A. of Southern 61 Excites pity. Europe. 88 Bikini parts. M Kind of 89-crow. trenilt 70 Drled'a partner. Jl Suffix uieol Mind131-A. 71 German quote by 52, pronoun. 142-A. IS Small em: auff. Llnl of Junction. H Part of UK. of a sort. M Narrow atrealc. W See 29-A. 104 French friend. 105 choee. 106 Henry'! sixth. with youna 107 or eld. 108 Dirty. 73 Fuel. 110 Southwest 74 Defective: city, pref. 111 Bone. DOWN 75 Put on 112De-eoap. 77 African 114 Affectedly Muslim proper. VIP, 115 High plate. 79 Seeiliar. 81 Hindu clltt purchsee. member. 119 Cigar. S3 European 121 Epijh.ttl, capital. et al. (4 Strong 124 Eager. drink. 129 Depots: S7Moniter waters. 12S Record. 19 See 29-A 130 Girl of long. 91 Hormone. 131 See 29-A. prosequl. 95 Letter. 139 Nonsenat- (SFamoui Isst wordl. volcano. .7 Pretender 141 Musical 1 Oppeilte of fortll. t Wlngid. 3 Indian. 4 Like aoml Jamir I! Mix. Cap. 7 Guarantee. 3 Make 10 German admiral. 11 Exchange. 12 Drink. 11 State. 14 Well-known theme song. 15 To plug: Eng.ll. 18 Cover. 17 name. 18 Caper. 19 Zola. 20 See 100-D, 30 Involve. 31 Seven of a kind. 32 Buzzing. 38 Baltic port 40 Body ef atudentl. 41 Teara. 42 Water buffalo. 43 Con. 44 Ghostly event. 4! Heiti. 4. Monastery head. 47 Auto 49 Golf bill material. 61 Newspaper publisher. S3 Peers. 54Yugoilavtan brandy: var, 55 Truckle. 67 Start of a soliloquy. 80 Deiervel. 83 Russian mountainl, (4 Class of freedmen of ancient Kent. group. 142 See 29-A. 143 Kind of apact. 144 Like sent crowds. 145 Diamond! wheel. Parisian rumor. 147 Driving probleml. 148Tabool. 149 Serfs. 85 Praise. 67 Lynch'l country. 73 Legendary rat man. 74 Chemical: comb. form. 75 Alpine gear. 76 Blind part. 78 Stunned. 80 Questioned. 82 Flaxseed proteins. 84 Biblical city. 85 Mild oath. 88 Chick. 83 Call's HUH. 90 Bird. 92 The 93 Sot with bristle.. 98 Color. 97 Rides. 98 Carroll creature. 10020-0. fur one. 101 Charlei or Henry. 102 Eye to a Parisian. 103 Resist. 109 Pins for 111 Grunt, 113 Duplicate of record. 116 Kind of leather. 118 Fireplace equipment. .20 Electrical devices. 121 Mottled lione. 122 Lower: poet. 123 Caesar, for one. 124 Cremona family. Diagramless 17 x 17, hv Alice D. Vaughn. ACROSS 1 Doctors' 19 Annoyances, group: abbr. 21 Farm 4 Stadium bulldlngi. ahout. 22 Sailor. 7 Boxing 25 Suffix with center. photo and t Brittle. thermo. 10 Wheat rust. 26 Steam dylnj 12 Track center. machine. 13 GenderlMl. 27 Chart. 15 N.Y.'i areni. 30 Roman poet. 18 32 Enchantresi. S2 1IHalr-dg. 34 Old. 63 Name. SOLtmOKS OF LAST'WBK'S PUZZIES 55 Lining 36 Musical show. materials. 58 Football 40 Italian poet. center. 41 Mocks. (2 RepenU 43 Bowling C3 The Hun. center. 84 Medicines. 45Swimmin_ 65 flashes. center. 65 Ireland. 45 Cereal grain. 67 Auric-let. 47 Symbol of 88 Chaired. human kindneil. 49 Minerals. SI Nurses; colloq. 69 Time unit DOWN 1 Boxing center. 2 Muds. 3 Breed of cattle. 4 oboes, etc. 5 Tamarisk salt tree. 6 Common contraction. ft Arose. 9 Fathers. 11 Ro'tatingi muscle. 12 Preferred. 14 Relaxes. 15 High winds. 17 Prim. 18 Peruke. JODaihes. 21 Small fry'i arena. 22 Trunk. 23 Genus of grasses. 24 Fasten securely. 27 Inferior in degree. 28 Illinois city. 29 Pares. 31 Matured. 33 Elongated fish. 35 Downy fabric, 37 Expensive furs. 39 Mexican Indians. 42 Warbles. 44 Israelite girl's name. 125 Wise lawmaker. 127 MutclB protelr 128 Annoy. 129 KeFauer. 132 48 Officers: abbr. 50 Staves. 52 Slight tiite. 54 Roman official. 55 Wanes. 133 Part of Caroline.. 134 Nail. 135 Kind of sandwich. 136 Girl of 13S First tury date. 56 Open courts. 67 Where tennis is played. 5} Classical saga. 60 Ne plus-tt 61 Bulky. CRYPTOGRAMS QBDHD 3 MAY 19VO l.HB XGUA XGEHHUIY IB AILURJDQ AEYGLMR, HEXPDTJY ALTJRJLYGDC. G.EIJ JUXLNU AMI NIMBtRXED AltUJ XGLXPTTR. By J. 1KBYNUACB LGACBRM CM EPSYGG KLUYM BREU MUSY. By Georgia! Reid -BjF. H. Overdorf 3.BULGING BOLGN INIT GBOUM. Lilt CryplotrsiM J. Slim eircos performer bouls of ipeeUenlar icrooall. feu. 2. Rajah had invited major and Navajo miidm to dinner. 3. Famished flamingo hid no to ilsnd on. o Field Ine- 1970 No Objection WASHINGTON