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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HCRAIO Thurjilciy. April 37, 1972 Fnrm and no.es ilnports controlled I sale health of animals branch g success 3y Ric Swilinrt Congratulations go oul to tlic Soutlicm Alborta Cattle Breeders Association for what has In he tlio most successful sale of purebred animals in tlic his- tory of southern Alberta. With roprcsonlatives 1mm both Ihp Southern Al- uei-ta Aberdeen-Angus Assodalion and Soiilborn Al- berta Hereford Association, a tola! of 25V bulls for an average of The 172 Hereford hulls topped the price list wi'h an average of an all-lime high here. Tins not only; pul a clamper on some of the "so-called" clnssccl exotic sales but also put smiles on t h e "domesticated while-face men." On Hie black side of the sale. S3 Angus bulls sold for an average of ?lilO. Aside from the organizers, the show judges and Ibc auctioneers Ilio busiest man in Ibo 'l.cl'hbiidgc Exhibition Pavilion was ,1. Arnold Kittle, assislai.i di- rector for the Canadian National Live Slock Records in Ottawa. I''or the first time in the liislory of the sprint' show and sale, an official of [he CNLSR was on band for