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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta October 3, 1972 THE LE7H8RIBGE HERALD 5 Bonus offered farmers to enter seed test The Alberta department of agriculture urges seed produc- ers to bring back to this prov- ince some the world grain championships by exhibiting at this year's Royal Agricultur- al Winter Fair in Toronto Nov. 10 lo 18. farmers are in the en- viable position ot being able to produce lop quality cereals, oil- seed, forage seed, vegetables and potatoes. The publicity that accompanies winning at the Hoyal is invaluable from the point of view of advertising Al- bertu products. To assist those who would like to exhibit at the Hoyal, the de- partmcr.t of agriculture will supervise shipping and pay ship- ping cosls on exhibits sent from Edmonton to Toronto, providing that they are approved by tlM International youth tours this month There are five International exchange youth tours leaving from Calgary, the end of Octo- ber and one in early November. Sponsored by the Internation- al Agricultural Exchange Asso- ciation in co-operation with na- tional young farmers' organiza- tions in participating countries, the main purpose of the tours is to facilitate a bettor under- standing of people in different parts of the world through the sharing of educational and cul- tural values. Upon arrival at his destina- tion, each student will be as- signed to a farm, family. He will work with this family during his stay in that country and receive the going wage for a trainee. He lives with the family and has all his weekends free to travel. To be eligible for one of these tours, the applicant must be over 18 years of age, have a background ot practical farm- ing experience, satisfactory rec- ommendations from previous employers or teachers, be in good health and be approved for a job. Tour A is a six-month tour Hired to Europe. Students will be placed with families in var- ious countries and will slay with the family to which they are assigned for six months. This tour costs Tour B is a twelve month tour to Europe. In this case the students will spend six months with a family in two different countries. The cost of this tour U Tour C is a six-month tour to Australia and New Zealand and includes stopovers enroute. Tour members can choose whether they will work with a family in Australia or In New Zealand. The cost of this tour is Tour D is also a six-month tour to Australia and New Zea- land, but has stopovers in mora countries than Tour C. It costs Tour E Is a twelve-month tour to Australia, New Zealand and Europe with" stopovers in other countries. Members will mork for six month.1? in Aus- tralia or New Zealand and for six mnnltis in Europe. The cost Is Tour F leaves early in No- vember and is also a twelve- month tour to Australia, New Zealand and Europe. The coun- tries in which stopovers have been arranged are different to Ihose in Tour E. The cost of this tour is plant Industry division and are received in that office by Oct. 2S. The department also gives cash prizes equal in value to 50 per cent of the amount paid by the fair associations in all classes including those for po- tato, vegetable and 4-H exhibits. It also gives a special honor- arium of to each exhibitor who wins a first prize in the cereal, oilseed, forage, potato, vegetable and 4-H classes. This honorarium is increased to S100 for grand and world champion- ships. Exhibits may be taken from your 1971 or 1972 crop. Those to bo entered in any of the pedi- greed seed classes must be Park Toronto 2B, Ontario in time to arrive thore by Octo- taken by a federal plant prod- directly to the Royal Afiricul- ucts division otficial from seed lurol Winter Fair, Exhibition that was sealed or certified as bulk after last year's Royal Ag- ricultural Winter Fair. It must also be a variety that is licensed for sale in Canada. Exlubit size: pedigreed cer- eal seed 3 pounds from 100 bushels or more of sealed or authorized hulk seed; commer- cial cereal seed 10 pounds; pedigreed forage seed 2 pounds from 500 pounds or more of sealed seed; commer- cial lorage seed 3 pounds; mustard and rapesced 3 pounds; seed potatoes 30 tu- bers (8-9 and hay one 8-inch slice, machine baled. All entry forms must be sent her 7. Tlw fee is Per cnlry except in the case of pedig eed seed entries and 4-H entries which are both free. "No Sales Tax" in ihese prices FARM SPECIAL 12v SO amps. G.P.24c. 24 mo. war. 6v 115 ampi. G. P. 1 36 mo. war. 12v 70 amps. 24c. 36 mo. war.........Sa'iie )2v 110 amps. G.P. 24c 60 mo. LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. iiii, 'B' cmiili Phone _ GLOBELITE We Are Clearing Out Our Stock Of 1972 FARGO HERE IS AN EXAMPLE' OF THE SAVINGS Slock No. 5287 DEMONSTRATOR 2 tone paint, auto., H78xl 5 white s wall rear grips, P.B., 360c.c. englna, tinted glass, HD alternator and bal- tery, deluxe heater, HD springs, tuL foam scar, tool storage box, front sta- bilizer bar and undercoating, radio Was YEAR END SAVINGS TONS 3700 WE ALSO HAVE 6 Brand New 1972 Fargo Tons IN STOCK 3 Speed Standard 4 Speeds Automatics Boy Now O ft And Save Up To mm pRKES SEE TrIE QUAUFKD SALESMEN GORDON CLOSE KEN LANCASTER GEORGE CAMPBELL HANK PALFREY BRIAN FRANZ MEL STEEN SHOW ROOM COR. 7th ST. and 1 AVE. S PHONE 327-1591 LETHBRIDGE ;