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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE LETHBRIDGS KEftALD Tuesday, October 17, 1972- Puzzled with your wedding plans? Question and Answer CIRCULAR Every bride wishes her wedding to be [usr perfect, To help you prepare for lhat wonderful day, we have compiled a list of questions most commonly asked by the bride-to-be. The answers are laken from authoritative sources on etiquette. a bride 's ft t a rl, The Bouquet Invitation Line Good tpsfe neecJn'l be expensive. Our beouliful Bouquel Invitation l.no proves (his with Ihe most exquisite papers type faces and workmanship you could wish (or! It features rich raised elegant os-lno fmesl craftsmanship yet costing so 'little! Come leo our unusua! selection. 'nc wo (IclivcruS The LetKbvulge Herald PRINTING DIVISION Ph. 327-3203 COR. 7lh ST. Sth AVE. S., IETHBRIDGE NORTH ENTRANCE BUDDING AUCTIONEER Just 10 yenrs old and already he wanls to quit school. But Bobby Perlich doesn't have drugs or hippy kingdoms on his mind. He just wonts lo follow in father's footsteps and beccm e an auctioneer. He Is shown above with his father Joe Perlich in Ihe background in the process of showing cattle to buyers dur- ing an auction sale at Perlich Bros. Auction east of Lethbrldge on the Coaldale high- way. Bobby shows the type of persistence needed as he yields Ihe full sized slock whip on some of the more stubborn animals. 11 is a learning process which will stand him m good stead should he ever fulfil his fondest dreams. -Bill Groenen photos' Horizontal silos To cover or not to cover By N. B. McLAUGHUN Forage Engineer LctMiridge Research Station The pros and cons of cover- ing the horizontal silo with a plastic sheet have been a sub- ject of controversy for many years. Numerous opinions have been expressed on this subject but conclusive evidence has been lacking. Basically, the purpose of (he plastic cover is lo prevent ox- ygen Irom entering the silage mass. When silage is Ihiis pro- tected from air, it is in a stable state and will keep for many years, but if oxygen does enter the silage, ttie growth of bac- Icria and molds that flourish in the presence of air is stimulat- ed. As a result, the silage de- composes or spoils and its pnl- atability and feeding value are substantially reduced. Many people estimate the losses of silngc in a horizontal silo on Ehe basis of the thick- ness of the visible Inyer of spoilage on the surface. How- ever, this estimate often is mis- leading because the actual spoilage usually includes a much thicker layer of silage. Invisible loses caused by fer- mentation and slow oxidation also may extend heyond tho layer of visibly spoiled mater- ial. A plastic cover should reduce silage losses considerably, nut only it if is well placed. A cov- er lhat billows in the wind is of little value, since air undoubt- edly will get' into the sil- age under the cover. The plas- tic must Iw well weighted down with material such as bales or old rubber tires placed tightly together so that the silo will remain airtight. An experiment is now under- way at the Lethbridgc Research Station to measure and com- pare losses from covered and uncovered horizontal B i 1 o s. From measurements and anal- vide a firm answer lo (he ques- yses of the silage before and ..IIow necessary is it to after ensiling, we hope to ob- keep the horizontal silo cover- tain the evidence needed to pro- we'll install your snow tires For your convenience we suggest you call for an appointment Ttrestone STORES Corner 3rd Ave. and Sth St. 5. Phone 327-8548 ;