Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuewfay, July 15, 1972- Tueiday, July 25, 197- "IE LETHQF.IDGE HERALD Price change set The Winnipeg Grain Ex- change, "in a further move de- signed to slow price fluctua- reduced the maximum daily limit on price movement for all flaxseed and rapeseed Inlures. The new maximum of JO cents reduced from plies to trading in all contracts now authorized, effective Feb. 1. It follows the exchange's re- duction in daily trading limits allowed on new crop rapeseed contracts, announced in Janu- ary. BEST 4-H STEERS Shainne Chnslensen, 15, right, shows her Charolais-Hereford cross sleer which copped Grand Champion colors at the annual tethbridge and District 4-H Show and Sale in the Lelhbridge Exhibition Pavilion. The steer topped the Magrath 4-H Beef Club also. On the left, Darlene Riehl, 18, of Parklake 4-H Beef Club shows the Reserve Grand Champion sleer for the second year in a row. Her purebred Abcrdeen-Anjus sleer lopped the local club. 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MATIC 1) rated the READY FOR BONANZA DAY AUGUST grass world'i molt tewing have a complete slock and a new Canadian va- of Castor is similar to or has been maintained DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU 1BY and of reed canarygrass, has ly lower than that of seed retention and yield Per fret dfmonirralien contact COLOR relcr-rcd by the Canada but seed yield is at least been greatly improved." of agriculture. ble that of increase and release of (elna by Dr. S. G, Benin of the "Most low shattering lines Deaverlodge station. Castor is bred in the past were very will be done through the Canadian Forage Seed Pro- SEWNC CENTRE H 401 Slh Strut South 3J7-8B77 >r 327-M1I GOODS LTD. MILK RIVER 137 MAIN ST. N PH. four-clone synthetic variety forage Dr. Benin selected for low shattering and said, superior seed productivity. "Castor represents a major Tosls at stations across Can- advance in reed canarygrass ada show that the forage yield breeding in that forage A limited quantity ot seed for custom growers may b c released in 1972. Foundation seed will not be available until spring, 1974. The majority of the top pleasure class. She also placed awards during the 1972 Lcth- second in the bridle path hack, bridge and District Light third in trail ride, third in west-Horse Show quarter horse dis- ern, sccond in _ youth English pleasure, play went to out-of-town riders. Don Hunt of Ardrossan took Bruce Crewson of Thorold, Grand Champion Stallion Ont. was named all around Grand Champion Mare youth rider following wins in competition with Marina Young the youth section for Of Bremmer and Merv Thore-ship and western pleasure, a son Calgary taking the He-fourth in English pleasure and serve Grand Champion colors a fourth in English senior pica- jn the respective classes, sure. Betty HOCK! of Edmonton Icrak Kathy Fleet Fletcher of Con- the Grand Champion Gelding rad, Montana, aboard her horse banner. Jay Bee Jiggs, "won the High The result5: cf the quarter Point Quarter Horse award fol- horse competition during the a win in the senior first day of the show with followed by the first and second place winners are: Colt of 1072: G. M. Pittman, Barons, Mcrv Thoreson, Calgary. Stallion of 1971: Jarome Fischer, Maclclin, Sask., G. M. PUiman; Stallion of 1970: Don Hunt, Alia., Grant Maclecd, Tomnhins, Sask. Stnllicn of G. W. Golden Ltd., Edmonton, Horse Show Ear Arena, Lethbridge; Stallion of 'Don and older: Marina Young, Bremner, Alia.. Jerome Fischer, Macklin, Srslr.; Gelding of 1971: Grant Macleod. Gelding of 1970: Jake Hend-ricks, Lelhbriclge, Bill Rose, Irvine, AKa.; Gelding of 1969: Merv Thoreson; Filly colt of 1972: Joanne Perlich, Leth-bridirc, G. M. Pittman. Filly colt of 1971: J. M. [fughson, Lethbridge, Lauretta ninehari, Carclslon, Alia.; Filly of 1970: M2rv Thcreson, G. W. Golden, Edmonton; Mare of 19C9: Hans Hansma and Sons, Granum, Alia., Mel Schmidt, Medicine Hat, Alta. Mare ot ISO and older: Don Hunt, Ardrosaan, Alta., G. W. Construction Ltd.; Brood mare: Jeanette Jones, Clares holm, Alta., Mcrv Thcreson; Produce of dam: Merv Thoreson. Get of sire: G. W. Golden Const. Ltd.; Reigning Class: F. J. Mewburn, Calgary, Ian Mac-Rae, Hardisly, Alta.; senior western pleasure: Kathy Fletcher, Conrad, Montana, G. W. Gotten Const. Ltd. Junior Western Pleasure: jrant McLcod, Tompkins, Sask. Jetty E. Hood, Edmonton; Western Riding Horse Contest; Shirley MacR.ie, Hardisty. Hansma, Granum; BrL- AQHA Youth West-ale Path Hack: Janice Miller, ern pieasure: Bruce Crewson, FletChCr> Ont- JanicC u T w w High River; AQHA Youth Divi-Pole bending: Shirley Mac- b Rae, Hardisty, Kathy Copley, Enfsh Okotoks; Trail Horse; Joyce KO MUler, Kathy Fletcher, Con-Lysset, Okotoks, Barry Fowler, rad, Montana; AQHA Youth Di-Brooks; AQHA Youth Division; vision Pole Bending; Dawn Showmanship at Halter, Bruce McCaugherty, Lethbridge, The-Crewson, Thorhold, Ont., Win- resa Roenish, Black Diamond, ston Hansma, Granum. Alta. IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR SWATHER AND COMBINES READY FOR HARVEST! SWATHER CANVASES Combine Canvases and Pick-up Belts are also available. PRICES ON APPLICATION vd FIRST GRADE HIGH QUALITY -HEAVY RUBBERIZED DUCK CANVAS USED THROUGHOUT FOR LONGER WEAR FEEDER Beet webworms are expected again Beet webworm infestations through the field, while those are expected to be a problem in weedy patches move off in again this summer in some Al- large numbers lo'olher food berta rapeseed and sugar beet cereals, they can cause con-lields. supplies. Mike Dolinski, entomologist Although they do not attack and pest control specialist with cereals, they can cause con-the provincial plant industry siderable alarm when "arm-division, advises farmers ith ics" move through these crops rapeseed, flax or sugar beet in search of food, crops to start checking now for Beet webworms are slim, these insects, and to continue dark green caterpillars wilh checking throughout the grow two white or cream colored ing season. stripes on each side of their He points out that there can backs. Flanking these white be two and even three genera- stripes on each side of the cat-lions of these caterpillars in erpillar is a row of white cir one summer. The places to ofthe insect. check are weedy areas in and When hordes of these cater-around these crops and in the pillars invade a rapeseed Do your combining job better by re- 3 placing complete, worn chains or broken links. This will insure even distribution of grains to the cylinder and beaters. Complete with coupler Jj link for easy inslal.'ation. NOW AVAILABLE AT vra. 249 Stafford Drive 803 46th Ave. S.E. LETH9RIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY, ALBERTA Phone 327-1571 Phone 243-5551 OR CONTACT THE "OLIVER DEALER NEAREST YOU At this time of year beet the crop in a very short time, webworm moths, which arc They eat the leaves and then light brown and approximately chew on the stems and seed half an inch long, usually lay pods. 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