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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LfTIIBRIOGE HERALD Tuesday, Mfly 30, 1971------------------ TO NON-SUBSCRIBERS: A n'ian who was too clieap to subscribe fo hij hometown newspaper sent his little boy ro borrow his neighbor's copy. In his haste ihe boy ran over an hiva of bees and in 10 rnmules lie looked like a warty squash. His faJher ran )o his assistance, and failing to nolice ihe barbed wire fence, ran inlo ihat, cutting a hole In his anatomy as well as ruining ci pair oF trousers. The old cow took advantage of the gap in the fence and killed herself eating green corn. Hearing a rackcf, the wife run oul, upsel a four-gallon churn of cream inlo a basket of chicks, drowning the entire balcli. In her haste she dropped a set of false leelh, which the family dog buried thinking it was a new type of bnne. The baby, having been left alone, crawled through ihe spilled cream and into tha parlor ruining a carpet. During the excitement the oldest daughter ran nway with tlte hired man, a stray dog broke up 11 selling hens, the calves n nway wirn rite nirea man, a siray aog oroKe up i i selling nens, me caives got and chewed ihc tails off four fine shirts on the clothes line, and ihe cat had a batch of killens. All ihis jusi 1o save 10 cents. And in this case, the poor guy never did get to read ihe day's edition. Don't Let This Happen to SUBSCRIBE TODAY! 3-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION 4-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION 12-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION S8.25 M6.00 (MAILED WITHIN 300 MILE RADIUS) GOOD READING BEGINS WITH The Lcthbiidge Herald CUP AND P. O. Suit 670-lc'hbridga or 504 7th Street South, Enclosed is my.......... Subscription to The Lefilibridge Herald. NAME..................................... ADDRESS.................................... HEAR of an ccolomisl? Some kind of a writer, maybe0 No, says Durand A. ITolladay or Mortgage Investors, a major real eslale trust in mortgage lending. "An he says, "is a man versed ecology and trained in economics who knows how to put his combined knowledge to use in modern-day real estate and business development." With the development ol new towns in the U.S. and Europe, the field of what he calls ecolomics is more and more important. The person who works in this new profession, explains Mr. Holladay, is knowledgeable in land use, urban planning, architecture, landscaping, engi- neering, transportation, and zoning, "The ccolomisl is the expert who puts it all lo- He must, for cxiimple, accordig to the Continen- tal Mortgage chief, think in terms of the complete city and not just a housing development. homes, shopping centers, shops and businesses, offices, in- dustrial facilities, schools, churches, and recreation- al and cultural centers. if Mr. Tfoiladay says the hand of the ecolomist can be seen in such huge projects as Century City in Los Angeles; Columbia, MD; Iteslon, Va.; and Crown Center in Kansas City, according to a Christian Science Monitor report. "Tliis kind of project must be planned to meet all needs of the residents, not only the praclical con- siderations of housing and related needs, but nlso the demands for an environment of clean air, clean wa- ter, and space for outdoor he continues. While few argue about the ncecssily of preserving (lie ecology of an area, few consider the economics involved. That's where the ecolomist comes into the act. "It is his job to meld them into a working rela- tionship which will satisfy both Geologists and lha economists and meet the needs of the people of tho community." POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Controls broadleof weeds and grasses in corn this year, and still leJs you rotate crops next year. MosI common grass ond broadlcaf weeds give up when you spray them with Outfox. Convenient lo use, it's formulat- ed wilh oil and mixes readily wilh water. And since you spray it on the plan I, ins lead oF the soil, you know it will work whether your corn land is light sand or heavy clap. Just as important, usinq OulFox permits rotation next year lo small grains, soybeans or other legumes. Coma in soon and Icl Ul fill you in on all the of Oulfo" NOW AVAILABLE AT 2-19 SlolTord Dnsf UTHBRIDGE, AIDERTA Phnni- 377-IS71 S E. CALGARY, AtBERTA Phone 5'n-i551 OH CONTACT THE "OLIVER DEALER" NEAREST YOU ;