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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta luesday, November 12, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Sweet sting Continued from P. 2 The day The Herald honey to be delivered to farmers on whose land the visited the processing hives have been located plant, Doug was filling during the summer. This plastic pails with liquid form of payment in kind is !ver two hundred years of selective breeding has brought about the answer to the cattleman's needs. Angus! Look them over. Clean in the brisket, no wasteful fat no excess bone and belly. They're heavily muscled. Ensuring good red meat. Angus steers finish out at about 11 hundred pounds, giving you the extra profit, from extra weight. Mothering ability, Angus are famous for it! 100 per cent calf crops are frequent occurence they protect their calves against predators, they won't drift in a storm, and they're good rustlers. Cancer Eye forget it! Pink Eye and Foot Rot, very seldom. Records, Angus holds them all. At The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Angus carcasses have been Grand Champion 24 times out of the last 25 years. At The Chicago International, Angus steers have been Grand Champions 76 per cent of the time over the last 70 years. Angus, Growthier without .sacrificing traditional LOOMING EVENT! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28th- p.m. SOUTHERN ALBERTA ABERDEEN ANGUS CLUB ANNUAL MEETING Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5th HOCHSTEIN PRODUCTION SALE at Pincher Creek SOUTHERN ALBERTA ABERDEEN ANGUS Jerry Virginillo President Ph. 345-4211 Coaldale CLUB Mrs. Edith Hochstein Sec.-Treas. 984, Pincher Creek traditional in the honey business. A four-wheel drive truck pulling a flat-deck trailer is used to visit the hive sites and to collect the boxes that have been filled and then vacated by the bees. The boxes start to be gathered about mid-July to the first part of August. If the flowers in the neighborhood of the hives look like they are going to last longer, more boxes are added to the hive as others are collected to be taken to the processing plant. There are two main runs of honey production from the bees, said Alan. The bees gather nectar from agricultural crops and native flowers and then the flowering of the hugh acreages of alfalfa in Southern Alberta set the stage for the second run. But weather conditions and the amount of sun in the area is the deciding factor. This year, aphids cut down on the flowers in the alfalfa crop until little honey was realized from the hay crop. Wind, or a lack of it, plays a big part in the honey operations. If the wind is blowing more than 25 miles per hour, the bees can't get out of the hive to look for nectar. Without nectar, no honey. Continued Page 4 YEAR YEAR AFTCR YEAR AFTCR YEAR AFTCR YOUR OLD DOG FORA O'jr QllOWQixes will Qive you mo' reason "hon ever "o up "o ?he 75 Arctic Cot. You 1! ge" more for you Sled Thon ever you'll never ge' mote snowmobile Than i' kind decl where everybody our ahead Come on in ond Trade o'd dog o new LETHBR1DGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2ndAVE.S. PHONE tt74Mt Regular wash spin speed. 4 cycles, regular, short, perma press, ultra wash. Full 18 Ib. capa- city. 5 water tempera- tures. 1 2 cycles. Pusn to start safety button. No rust porcelain drum. Big. big 26" Super AccuColor black matrix screen, 96% solid-state, chassis, Plug-in modules for easy servicing. 1 Button Accu- Matic 4 for automatic brightness, color, contrast and tint. Automatic fine tuning Instant Pic. 6" ducone speaker for hi-fi sound. Con- temporary styling in rich walnut finish. -IT' RCA CUSTOM 80' FRONT LOADING DISHWASHER JGj 3? 1? r3 ;K ._; i. VC __ M -5 y i p s i 236 -13th St. N. Phone 328-5541 Closed Mondays, Open Thurs., and Fri. till 9 p.m. MMmlln FTTR ;