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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Sepfember 6, 1972 ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Fall and Winter Programs for farmers and their families will be planned for your particular interests and needs. The District Extension offices in southern Alberto present the following suggestions. Contact the Extension office in your community for assistance. PLANT INDUSTRY Soil salinity Minimum tiflago Perpetual croping and soil lesling Vegetable production ond market demand Shellerbeft planning Silage day ANIMAL INDUSTRY Marketing systems and marketing In- formation systems ft Beef pricing systems New beef grades 6 The beef R.O.P. program Management system for cross breeding Silage ralions and expected results Swine management, nutrllicn, and the ultra sonic measurement of carcass value in the live hog Producing sheep for the market, mar- keting procedures ond new product development Poultry Program will be arranged os re- quested and as need arises AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING Hog buildings Corral planning1 workshops, housing ond pole builidng for Building workshops for new dairy buildfngs Assistance wilh housing for sheep and poultry Vegetable storage Farm waler supply and well schools Schools re farm machinery (boler, com- bine, hydraulics, FARM LAW 2-day school on laws affecting formers FARM ECONOMICS Programs will include one-day schools and shorter programs re; Farm credit sources The new tax laws on new and developing grains Analysis of CANFARM records Record keeping and internal management Income lax sessions Feasibility cost studies relating to ex- pansion or development of markets through establishment of processing facilities in rural communities Marketing expansion to develop or im- prove volume and price of local products FAMILY LIFE Numerous topics in this area may be pre- sented tn a community as single short or one-day program, or as a series, e.g. Ladies' Morning Out Program: a series of demonstrations or discussions on chosen subjects, with o play school in adjoining room, planned by mothers A Time for Mother and Her Child: Moth- er and child will parMcipale in play groups to facilitate understanding and seif-expression. When held in the fall ihe experiences should be useful for winter days FOOD Planning, bu-yincj, preparation and serv- ing foods for Ihe family table Meat cookery Foods for entertaining Workshop on feed cafenng CLOTHING Programs The selection and buying of clothing for family Understanding the use and core of modern fabrics Basic sewing techniques Remaking of good used clothing Clothing and shoes fcr children HOUSING Personal assistance and workshops may be hctd Furniture selection, arrangement or re- finishing and re-upholstering lighting for tasks and for decor Wall finishes Low-income decorating Good consumer habits applied lo home furnishing HOME MANAGEMENT Programs may include Under-starveling credit Teaching children money management Managing your family's business affairs Managing your time and energy Lows affecting families and individuals DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICES BROOKS EXTENSION OFflCE Box 788, Brooks Telephone 362-2567 CARDSTON EXTENSION OFFICE Box 33, Cardslon Telephone 653-3462 CLARESHOLM EXTENSION OFFICE Box 40, Claresholm Telephone 235-3375 FOREMOST EXTENSION OFflCE Box 325, Foremost Telephone 867-3646 LETHBRIDGE EXTENSION OFFICE Administration Building Telephone 328-4471 TABER EXTENSION OFFICE Box 640, Taher Telephone 223-3563 MEDICINE HAT EXTENSION OFFICE 770 6lh Street S.W. Telephone 527-4471 PINCHER CREEK EXTENSION OFFICE Box 1356, Pincher Creek Telephone 627-4023 VULCAN EXTENSION OFFICE Box 480, Vulcan Telephone 485-2226 I REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ON PROGRAMS AND TOPICS I om interested in the following topics programs ond request further details notices on these Name Mailing Address Telephone The University of Lethbridge CONCERT SERIES WILL CONSIST OF FIVE EVENING CONCERTS DURING THE COMING SEASON: September 20, 1972 UnlversUy of British Columbia Piano Quartet (Robert Rogers, piano; John Loban, violinj Hans-K" viola; Eugene Wilson, cello) Piltz, October 25, 1972 lorne WaUon, piano (Brandon University) January 24, 1973 Howard Leytan-Brown, violin (University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus) March 7, 1973 Nora Rose, mezzo soprano (Lellibrldge) April 11, 1973 University of Lethbridge Choir conducted by Lucien Needham and assisted by Detly Kolo- diiei, soprano ond George Skipworlh, bass. All concerts are held in the Yafes Memorial Centre at p.m. Tickets are: Adulls Students The University of Lelhbridgc Choir will also appear In a special Christmas concert in St. Augustine's Church in De- cember 6, 1972. I reiepnone PSS Preventive Social Services The aim of the Preventive Social Services Program Ts to enhance the quality of life in ihe community and to prevent social problems. If cfoes this ir> a number of ways: Social Planning is how we ensure an orderly, balanced and rational developmenl of community programs and services. It involves the information necessary for the Jndentification and monitoring of community needs and resources. Community development oims 1o involve citizens and help them participate in determining the shape of those programs ond services which directly affect thefr lives at a local fevel. Preventive services the social equivalent of pu-blic health services. Preventive counselling for families, parents, child- ren and youth, o P.S.S. service, is available through Lethbridge Family Service, 327-5724. Family Life Education aims 1o promote mental heallh and family life through increased understanding and awareness of family life a P.S.S, project of Lefh- bridge Family Service. Home maker Service for a family emergency that P.S.S. supports families through ihe emergency homemaker service of Lelhbridrje Family Service. A qualified homemaker can help keep ihe famify together end fundioning unlil suif- able plans can be made. Pre-school Services is a P.S.S. prefect located at Galbraltri School fnvolving five year oldi in an early childhood education experience. It also in- volves parents teaming more about their child's development. Meals-On-Wheels, for the horrvebound unable to pre- pare adequate food, delivers a noon meal doily. The Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre is another Preventative Service providrng an opporlumly lo senior clliiens to become involved in the commun- iry and lo meet and plan activities or ]ujt relax with friends, The Preventive Social Services (Social Planning and Com- munity Development) Department also offers consulta- tive services to various community services, voluntary boards and citizen groups. The department will also assist community groups and agencies in securing fund- ing Grants from provincial, federal and other sources. For further information contact: TONY TOBIN COORDINATOR, SOCIAl PLANNING AND COMMUNITY CrEVELOPMENT ;