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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta July 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Fort Macleod Little Royal has good year The organizers of the Fort Macleod Lillle Royal put the wraps on one of Ihe largest enlries on record recently when 237 animals sold for 038.20. Sven Ericksen for the fourth time bought all three top plac- ing animals in the sale. He look grand champion steer from the Smith Hereford ranch of Nanlon For per hundredweight. John Smith won the first place trophy in the show in Ibis the 12th Little Hoyal as well as first in the first Little Royal. Smith won the award from Sicks Brewery, from Simmental Breeders Ltd. and from the Canadian Here- ford Association. Mr. Eiicksen also took the reserve champion from Wade Johnson of Spring Coulee for M5 a hundredweight for a Sim- mental Hereford crossbred. Mr. Johnson look the Ca- nadian Hereford Association award and the Art Chell tro- phy and John Schneyder of Magrath sold his third place animal to Mr. Ericksen also. The grand champion heifer was shown hy F. D- Archibald of Cardslon. It sold for a hundredweight to Fort Macleod Auction. Archibald won Ihe ?JM cash award from F o r I Macleod Auction. The reserve champion heifer was shown by Bob Zoeleman of Pearce. Doglerom Livestock of Lethbridge brought the ani- mal for a hundredweight. Zoeteman won the Gundcrson Texaco Products banner and The third place heifer was shown by Shoderee Ranch at Pincher Creek. It was bought for a hundredweight by Canada Packers Ltd. The champion lot of 12 steers was won by the Granum HuU tcrite Colony. They won the Fort Macleod Chamber of Com- merce trophy and Ca- nadian Dressed Meats (Leth- bridge) Ltd. paid W5.60 a hun- dredweight for the 12 steers. The reserve open of 12 steers came from the Bar 15 Test Elation at Claresholm. CDM paid a hundredweight for them. The t'nird place group of 12 .steers was won by Bridge Feeders Ltd. of Lellibridge. Swift Canadian Co. Limited paid S36 a hundredweight. Bridge Feeders won the Thacll Ladies and Men's Wear trophy and In group nf rive steers com- pelilion, Ear ir> Test Station look first place and the Swiner- ton Hotels Champion Trophy and Asuchuk Farms of Fort Macleod and Glenwood paid for the animals. Bridge Feeders showed the reserve champion group of five. They won the Java Shop award. Fort Macleod Meat Processing was the buyer. Chinook Performance Test- ing Station placed third win- ning the Fort Pharmacy award. Canada Packers paid a hundredweight for the five animals. The champion lot of five heifers was won by Evan Malmberg of Lethbridge. He won Ihe Canadian Propane Consolidated Ltd. trophy and CDM paid hundredweight. Kelowna Ranches of Keliwoa look the reserve champion group of live heifers and the Vance Livestock L1d. award of Canada Packers paid a hundredweight. The East Cardslon Huttcrile Colony placed third. Canada Packers paid a hundred- weight. Judge was Ed Noad of High River. All proceeds from the annu- al show and sale go lo the Fort Macleod Stampede Associa- 1972 grain crops should be heavy alerted today to get ready for a summer and fall of unpre- cedented grain deliveries. C. W. Gibblngs, commission- er of the Canadian wheat board, said the record pace of Prairie grain shipments now underway will continue until the close of Great Lakes nav- igation- He said heavy pro- ducer deliveries oC both wheat and barley will be needed to meet the demand. Mr. Gibbings said the wheat board would soon announce the opening quotas for the start of the new crop year on August 1. Producers should get their new permit books as soon as possible so that there will be no interruption in wheat and barley deliveries to country elevators. "It's going to be a summer unlike any that's ever happened he said. "Producers have become "used to the traditional August slow-d own after the July rush is over. But there will not be let-up this year AS August will be just like another July in grain shipments and I'm sure producers will keep-up their deliveries to ensure that our Gales commitments can be met." With rail shipments lo C h u r c h ill gelling underway, country elevator shipments are now averaging over 30 million bushels per week. Grain ship- ping programs for Ihe balance of Ihe summer and fall call for shipments of about 20 million bushels per week to Thunder Bay, over eight million bushels per week lo West Coast ports and approximately two million bushels per week lo Churchill, Manitoba. Mr. G i b b i n g s urged pro- ducers to apply immediately for their 1972-73 permit books to ensure thai they can con- tinue delivering grain at the opening of the new crop year on August 1. "It is vevy important tly.it proilui'ors be ready to make their deliveries as soon as Ihe new quotas conic into Mr. Gibbings said, "and to m.iUe sure deliveries arc not delayed for lack of permit books we'll lake whatever steps ere necessary to gel the per- mit books out to producers as quickly as possible." Mr. Gibbings said personal- ized forms had been sent di- reelly to producers this year to speed-up the application process. Since producers have the right to adjust their quota acres up lo October 31, 1972, there no longer is any reason lo delay sending in permit book applications. "Producers should apply now and, if necessary, adjust their quota acres after the crop has been Mr. Gib- liings said. INCOME UP The average disposal income in Canada almost tripled be- tween 1949 and 1969, from per person lo SUPER ENGINE SALE REMANUFACTURED COMPLETE OR SHORT All MAKES CHRYSLER GMC FORD COMBINES TRUCKS CARS INDUSTRIAL THE BEST PRICES EVER OFFERED eg: Retail New CR71 Chry. 6 cyl. Ind............... 307.00 SCR-830 Chry. 318 Short............ 275.00 CF-437 Ford 352 Complete 437.00 SG-2J7 Chev 230 -Short............ 200.00 Retail Old Prieet 390.00 384.00 612.00 282.00 CHECK OUR PRICES and COMPARE BUY NOW! and SAVE! CI CMIMP rLtlYlllui 1st Ave. and 7th St. S., Lethbridge MOTORS LTD. Phone 327-1591 BRIDGE FARM CENTRE (1970) LTD. 2103 2nd Ave. S. "Where Sales Are Backed By Service" Phone 328-8044 New Harvest and Haying EQUIPMENT 1-273 N.H. BALER 2-277 N.H. BALER 1-282 N.H. BALER 1 S5060 NEW VERSATILE SWATHERS 400s (HYDROSTATIC) 1 ONIY 20 FT. PULl TYPE SWATHED 3 ONIY 1? FT. SP WITH CONDITIONER AND PICK UP REEL 2 ONLY 20 FT. SP VERSATILE 400 1 ONLY 20 FT. DOUBLE SWATH SP SWATHERS 2 1000 N.H. BALE WAGONS 1 275 N.H. BALER.................... 2 2S1 N-H. BALERS 2 269 N.H. BALERS 1 MASSEY NO. 9 BALER 750 1 MASSEY NO. 12 BALER................ USED SWATKERS 1 12 FT N.H. with conditioner and picli up reel 43500 1 NO. 34 MASSEY 16 ft. (very near new eond.) I VERSATILE 103 SP SWATHER, double swath ;