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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 28, 1973 THE LETHBRIPOE HERALD 3 X, Bikini barer busted Wendy Berlowitz, 25, raises her hands above her head in victory sign after removing her bikini top before a crowd of more than onlookers (mostly male) in downtown San Francisco. She said her action was to "change society." The University of Oklahoma in- structor was later arrested. Soil implications important to all livestock producers The lack of selenium in cer- tain Alberta soil areas has im- portant implications to livestock producers, ac- cording to the Alberta Depart- ment of Agriculture The element, which is es- sential for growing animals, has been found to be low in both grain and forage in several areas of the province and deficiencies can result in liver and heart damage in swine, and decreased weight gain white muscle disease and death in calves and lambs Federal government an- nouncements have said selenium may now be added to rations of swine, chickens and turkeys without a veterinary presciption and to cattle and sheep rations with a prescrip- tion Under federal regulations governing the use of selenium in non ruminant rations, the maximum addition to swine and chicken feeds is 100 parts per billion and for turkey feeds 200 parts per billion It must be in the form of sodium selemte or sodium selenate and must contain at least five international units of vitamin E per pound of feed in the final ration Manufacturers' of selenium supplements are not allowed to claim prevention or treat- ment of disease, and must contain warnings on the la- bels Suspected livestock selenium deficiency should be checked by a veterinarian and feed analyzed prior to addition of the element to gram Two objectives in soil testing GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET 7-15 H L Pre 80 47 74 42 85 42 76 43 59 38 66 48 77 42 67 47 74 46 56 40 20 76 55 71 50 76 43 78 41 74 40 81 49 74 48 75 45 66 53 Lethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgary Victoria Penticton Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St John's FORECAST Lethbndge, Medicine Hat regions. Today Sunny Winds west 20 near the mountains Highs 75-80 Saturdaj Sunny Winds south 15 Lows 40-45, highs near 80 13 Calgary regions, loaay Sunny Highs near 70 Satur- day Cloudy periods Winds southeast 15, lows 3540 Highs near 70 Columbia, Kootenay region Today Sunny in the Kootenays but cloudy elsewhere A few periods of ram in the northern part of the Columbia area Highs today in the lower 70s in the Kootenays and 55 to 65 in the Columbia area Lows tonight near 45 Saturday Cloud and a few showers spreading to all areas by noon Highs ranging from 55 in the north to 65 in the south MONTANA East of Continental Divide: Fair and warm through Satur- day Highs Friday and Satur- day 75 to 85 Low tonight in the 40s West of Continental Divide: Fair and warm through Satur- day Highs today and Saturday in 70s Lows tonight 35 to 40 Thrifty Ritchie Waterers Electric heated waterers for cattle, hogs and sheep. Many sizes avaiiable at General Farm Supplies Coutts Highway-Box 1202-Phone 328-1141 Increased efficiency and economical use of fertilizers are stressed as main objec- tives of soil testing and analysis, according to J A Carson, soil specialist of the Alberta soil and feed testing laboratory Relative nutrient status of the soil, as well as soluble salts, pH and texture factors are measured, all of which affect the type of fertilizer recommended for use and the type of crop management, Mr. Carson says in a release A new test has been Nitrates important Farmers planning on feeding cattle green feed or cereal straw from a frozen crop on summerfallow or land in a legume crop last year should check the feed for nitrates before feeding it, Jerome Martin, animal nutritionist with the Alberta Department of Agriculture says Nitrate levels of 5 per cent or higher in the ration may reduce livestock performance while levels of 1 5 per cent or higher are toxic and can cause cattle deaths, the department nutritionist says Nitrates can be diluted with other feeds to reduce nitrate content and roughage samples can be sent to the Alberta Soil and Feed Testing Laboratory for a regular feed analysis which includes a nitrate analysis, the department says initiated to improve crop growth on acid soils which re- quires detailed sampling and limits the application of lime to areas in need of treatment Although basic information is obtainable through soil testing, it cannot prevent poor yields resulting from disease, insects, weeds or poor weather But research shows fertiliz- ed crops withstand adverse conditions better than unfer- tilized crops Sampling instructions and materials are available in the province through district agriculturalist and fertilizer dealers Calgary's Volunteens Youth In Action How many teenagers do you know who would devote hours of their time to work with the blind, the retarded, the deaf, the cerebral palsied, the emotionally disturbed7 For three years, hundieds of Calgary teenagcis have been doing just that They work in hospitals, nursing homes, and camps for retarded chil- dren They help drug users down off bad tiips They 01- gamze dances and social gatherings foi disabled teen- agers and senior citirens And they do it all for free Read the inspning story of CALGARY S VOLUNTEENS one of 34 articles and featuies in the Octobei Reader's Digest At your newsstand today! Highway 1 reported bare and dry Fort Macleod is in progress' Widening of one mile sec- All remaining highways are lion of Highway No 3 east of m good driving condition PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Times) Aden 9 am to 5 p m Carway 6 a m to midnight, Chief Mountain 7 am to 10 p m Coutts 24 hours, Del Bonita Sam to 9 p m Kmgsgate 24 hours, Porthill Rykerts 8 a m to midnight, Wild Horse Sam to 5 p m Logan Pass 7am to 10 p m Open June 1 Rooseville 8 a m to midnight V ii bettli Available at Alberta Liquor Stores. Friday night and Saturday September 28th ind 29th CENTRE VILLAGE AND MARTENS IGA COALDALE Until 6 p.m. Sat. Sept. 29th We reserve the right to limit quantities. there's MORE to love at FREE DELIVERY WE HONOR Ail Competitors' Food Coupons T-BONE STEAKS Top Valu PURE APRICOT OR PEACH JAM Tablerlte, Canada Grade A Steer Beef SIRLOIN STEAK Tabierite Canada Grade A Staer Beof .1 TOMATO SOUP CHEESE SLICES Kraft Canadian Past, process 2lb.pkg.............. 1 .79 DOG FOOD K. 7i1 BATHROOM TISSUE HASH BROWNS st 4i1 FROZEN PEAS st 59' RUTABAGAS, CABBAGE, Or SQUASH 10 APPLES B.C. Mclntosh CONCORD GRAPES Washington Cinidi No. 1 4 qt. basket 5t1 1 .00 .29 MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee CENTRE VILLAGE IGA STORE HOURS Open Dally 9 m -6 p m and Frl 9 a m -9 p m FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY VIENNA ROLLS 2 CHICKEN PIES 2 lor59C ;