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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHM1DGE HERALD Timdoy, StpKmbw 5, THE MOVE Gordon Ross, regional livestock specialist for the Alberta department of agriculture, continues his work, minus a desk as the department completes the move from the Provincial Building to Science Building at the Lsthbridge Community College Involved in the some shuffle Is C. S. (Sherry] Clark, recently appointed director for the re- gional office in southern Alberta at points out some facts to regional economist Mar- vin Gaits, working out of the garbage pail. The move was finished the end of August and aEE enquiries should be directed to the department specialists through the new phone number 328-9633 The move was necessitated by the formation of the new irrigation divi- sion and the addition to the department of I he family farm development division and an expanded engineering Finlay Photos. We're Sorry We Can't Offer You Anything For. But we con offer you the NEXT BEST THING SHOTGUN SHELLS Box of 25 (2, 4, S, 6 or 7Vz Available Now from UNITED FARMERS OF ALBERTA 3131 2nd AVENUE NORTH LETHBRIDGE Your Scorpion Snowmobile Dealer" 1972 C.I.L Manufacture Corn tour Friday The annual Alberta Field Corn Tour has been slated this year for Friday. All Interested persons are to meet at the plant science build- meet at the Lethbridge Re- search Station at a.m. Following visits to corn plots at the station, the auto motor- 'cade will move to the llranat: Brothers Farms Ltd. silage field near Coaldale at a.m. The tour will then move to experimental plots on Alan Od- lands' farm two miles north at Taber at 11 a.m. prior to a picnic lunch and refreshment at Tony Birch's farm 9V4 miles east at Taber, courtesy of the Alberta Corn Committee. In the afternoon, the tour will visit silage- and grain corn fields on the Birch farm with a view of silage harvesting. Joe KusaluVs farm six miiea south and one mile west of Grassy Lake is the next stop followed by a visit to the Camp- bell brothers grain corn fields one mile east ot Burdett at p.m. The Franz brothers silage field and hybrid trial plots on Highway 3 near the corn crib west of Medicine Hat will bo the final stop on the tour. Supper and refreshments will be available in Medicine Ifct at 8 p.m., tho location to be an- nounced. POMOLOGY Pomology is the sclor.ce and practice of growing, harvesting, handling, storing, processing, and marketing of tree fruits, small fruits and tree nuts. ;