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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBR1DGE HiRAlD Friday. 30, 1972 THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET WEANERS- FEEDERS SOWS BOARS SELL TUES., at 1 p.m. ALSO DAiRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY, JULY 4th 130 LIGHT BEEF-TYPE CALVES 100 LIGHT FEEDER HOGS Market Hogs Shipped Daily FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 600-HEAD-600 PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In The Hub Of Southern Alberta's Livestock Industry 3 Miles East of Lethbridge on Highway 3 and Mils South BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 720 FEEDER CATTLE SELL BY AUCTION AT THE ROBERT HARRIS FEEDLOT 1 MILE EAST AND Vi MILE NORTH OF COALDALE, ALBERTA Wednesday' July 5th p.m. 500 STEERS 700 TO 950 IBS. INCLUDING: 200 CHAROLAIS CROSS BREDS 300 HEREFORD AND HEREFORD-ANGUS CROSS 200 OPEN HEIFERS INCLUDING: 200 REPLACEMENT QUALITY CHAROLAIS CROSS FEEDER HEIFERS 20 HEREFORD AND HEREFORD CROSS FEEDER HEIFERS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT ROADS OF CANADA'S CATTLE COUNTRY Livestock market report Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) _ Receipts on the Calgary livestock mar- ket to 11 a.m., about 500 head; mostly cows and replacement cattle. Trade was active. Insufficient slaughter steers or heifers to establish a mar- ket; cows and bulls were steady for quality. Good slaughter cows 25.50 to 26.50, medium 23.50 to 25.25, canners and cutters 19 to 23. Good bulls 27 to 29. Replacement cattle were mostly yearling steers and heifers selling steady. Stock calves were mostly heifers sell- ing In a strong basis. All grades ot replacements met a good local demand. Good feeder steers less than 750 pounds 37 to 40, more than 750 pounds 34 to 37.50. Good feeder heifers 600 pounds and more 32.50 to 37. Good stock and feeder cows 23 to 28.50. Good slock steer calves 41 to Good stock heifer calves 36 to 40.60. The Calgary market will be closed to trading Monday, July 3. but facilities are to be pro- vided for (he handling of live- stock. Ottawa Livestock OTTAWA (CP) Cattle de- liveries at 10 public stock yards Monday to Thursday tlu's week dropped to head. General quality of slaughter cattle marketed through the public stock yards was up slightly at 67.9 per cent grading good and choice carcasses. Export of beef cattle to the U.S. totalled 515 head, 285 for immediate slaughter and 230 feeders. A generally active market prevailed. .Slaughter cattle came under pressure resulting in lower prices. The hog market advanced under good demand. Feeders were under demand wliile lamb prices continued to fluctuate. Choice steers: Montreal 36.50 to 37.25; Toronto 38 to 39; Win- nipeg 37 to 37.50; Edmonton Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver- age prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 31.90, average Thursday, 31.94. Red Deer: 31.75, average Thursday, 31.84. Calgary: 32.10, average Thursday, 31.83. Lethbridge: No sales, aver- age Thursday, 32.40. Lloyd minster: No sales, av- erage Thursday, 31.50. Fort Macleod: No sales, av- erage Thursday, 32.40. Grand Prairie: No sales, av- erage Thursday, 30.90. Total hogs sold Thursday average 31.92. Sows sold today average 23.50. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures: Jly 37.15B; Sep 35.70N; Nov 35.25A. PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located in the centre cf a large cattle Feeding and Hog Raising Country Calf, Feeder and FAT CATTLE Every Wednesday a) 1 p.m. 300 HEAD Services available Trucking Branding Vaccinating Order Buying Government Veterinary Feeding Pens HOG and Dairy Cattle Sale every Saturday at 1 p.m. 20 BABY CALVES MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY JIM Or JOE JURIS for Information and Or URIS Phone 732-4400 lislings conlacl fMan kvMm Morke, _ Pkiure Bulte Auction murkel located 16 miles north of Lethbridge Highway 25 CATTLE SALES FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SAIES WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY AT A.M. SPECIAL STOCK CALF AND FEEDER SALE FRIDAY AT P.M. SLAUGHTER HOGS FEEDER KOGS and BABY CALF SALE ________ Every Moncloy nt p.m. EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS Excellent Facilities For Feeding and loading ASSEMBLED AND SOLD Daily CONSIGN ALl YOUR UVESIOCK TO C. E FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Res. 328-3986 P.O. BOX SS 1-1-7 LETHBRIDGE Ed French 328-3986 Ken Miller 758-6607 Magrath Lou DcJciaor 327-9548 C.W. Henninaer 328-735-1 Dan Klassen 345-4353 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS 34.50 lo 35.50; Calgary 34.75 0.10. Good and choice veal calves: iiunLreuI 02 to 57; Toronto 45 lo 35; Winnipeg 50 lo GO; Saska- con 47 lo 49.50; Edmonton 5G o CO. Taber Livestock TABER Trade was a little slower MILS week with most eeder classes selling under iressure. Feeder cows were off ;i.OO. Heavy feeder steers and idlers steady with lighter kinds lower. Cow calf pairs sold steady. Hogs were a little stronger. Good to choice butcher iteers, 36.00 to 36.40; (air to medium, 35.00 to 35.90. Good lo choice butcher heif- ers, 32.75 to 33.10; fair to me- dium, 32.00 lo 32.60. Good cows, 24.00 to 25.50; fair medium, 22.00 to 23.75; cow calf pairs, 300.00 to 372.50; bulls, 26.00 to 27.60. Good yearling feeder steers over 850 pounds, 37.00 to 37.30; 'air to medium, 35.00 to 30.75. Good yearling feeder heifers over BOO pounds, 35.00 lo "air to medium, 32.25 to 34.75. Fair to medium heifer calves over 500 pounds, 35.00 lo 38.25. Weaner hogs, to .iglit feeders, lo heavy feeders, to 536.00. GOOD TASTE Some fishes have iaste buds scattered all over Iheir bodies and can "taslo" tood Ural- is anywhere near them. Common sense people wear HARBUTE LENSES The Common Sense lew m some localities hard resin protective lenses are Law! Why I "HieyVfl They're only half the weight of ordinary lenses. They're backed by a warranty (gainst eye irija They're available in YOUR prescription. So who noeds a law? Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Children's Frames Magnifiers Repairs Reasonable Prites OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION co. ST.. S lETHeHIDGE Phone 327-3609 ICE AGE EFFECT The various Ice nges caused Hie peculiar range patterns o! maples throughout the Northern Hemisphere. I STUDENT EXCHANGE About Quebec students will work in other Canadian provinces under a new interpro- vincial exchange program. COMING SALES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., July 4th at a.m. 600 -HEAD -600 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE 'MIDNIGHT DAYS' JULY 7-8-9 "LITTLE ROYAL" MARKET CATTLE COMPETITION SHOW 10 A.M. 5AIE P.M. ROSSROADS OF CAN ADA'S CATTLE COUNTRY'S RY OF THE GREATEST OUTDOOR 2 DIAMOND JUBILEE GRANDSTAND SHOWS DAILY AFTERNOONS 2 P.M. RODEO EVENTS Saddle and bareback bronc riding, sleer wrestling, calf roping, boys' wild steer riding, wild horse race, wild cow milking and brahma bull riding. Special Anni- versary attraction old time bronc riding 1912 style. THOROUGHBRED RACING eight races daily run be- tween rodeo events, pari-mutuel betting. Post time 2 p.m. INFIELD ATTRACTIONS "Icarus The Bird flying high above the infield sus- pended from a giant kite, zooming in to land in front of the Grandstand. Wild Buffalo Stampede, eight Indian braves in full warpaint charge out of the chutes on the backs of the wildest, wooliest buffalo ever captured. Behind the Scenes Tours 25 lucky people chosen daily from the Grandstand and given a guided tour behind the chutes to meet cowboys and see rodeo close-up. Autographs champion cowboys in the Grandstand area daily for autographs and pictures. GRANDSTAND RESERVED TICKETS 52.50. Enclosure tickets good far west end bleachers or standing room 51.25, Child S-12 years EVENINGS 8 P.M. NEW THIS YEAR AN ADDITIONAL EVENING GRAND- STAND SHOW OH SUNDAY, JULY 9 exactly the same pro- gram as on the other evenings. CHUCKWAGON RACES Each race has four wagons with drivers, pulled at breakneck speeds by a team of four thor- oughbreds. Four outriders to each wagon careen around the track men horses wagons all in a melee of thund- ering action making this an unforgettable memory of the Calgary Stampede. STAGE SHOW Headlined by Calgary's own versatile, singing-dancing Young Canadians who have sky-rocketed to fame and stardom on stage and Television. A spectacular extravaganza supported by internationally famous guest per- formers and the Stampede Orchestra. A family show everyone will enjoy! FIREWORKS DISPLAYS ground displays climax the show in a blaze of glory. High level sky rocket display at 11 p.m. GRANDSTAND RESERVED TICKETS 51.75, 53.00, 53.50, 54.00. Enclosure tickets good for west end bleachers or standing room 51.25. Children 6-12 years SATURDAY MORNING ROUND-UP JULY A.M. ALL NEW PROGRAM OF WESTERN EVENTS In the Infield In front of Ihe Grandstand. MATCHED ROPING CONTEST between seven-time world champion Dean Oliver and Canadian Champion Jim Gladstone. CHUCKWAGON RACES fierce competition and break- neck action! RODEO EVENTS Finals of junior bareback Bronc Riding, Cow Riding, Barrel Racing and Pony Chuckwagon races. -ICARUS THE BIRD MAN flying high above the infield suspended from a giant kite, zooming in to land in front of the Grandstand. TICKETS Adults (No reserved) Children 50; (12-14 years) STAMPEDE SALOON Wild, Wet Western! COLD BEER WESTERN FOOD CONTINUOUS.ENTERTAINMENT Jack D'Johns Trio Frontier Follies featuring Johnny Thorson and the Shirley Adams Dancers Two great bands for your dancing enjoyment Admission Sl.M (Good all Day) A BRAND NEW KIND OF STAMPEDE FUN! STAMPEDE CORRAL PARADES STAMPEDE KICK-OFF July a.m. STAMPEDE PARADE Monday, July 10 a.m. DOWNTOWN STREET CELEBRATIONS 7, 11, 12, 13, 14 a.m. to noon. BIG FOUR BUILDING FREE EXHIBITS FOOD FAIR NEW this year "Self Service Beer" BIG 4 RISTORANTE Wine and Italian Food. FRONTIER CASINO Roulette, Crown Anchor (14 additional blackjack tables added this year.) FLARE SQUARE ARTS ALIVE FLARE SQUARE in 1972 presents a colorful and exciting look at the wonderful world of the arts. In a landscaped setting, itself an expression of the arts of horticulture, archilecture and exterior design, you'll enjoy live performances of music and drama, galleries exhibiting every conceivable facet of creative expression, and workshops staffed by practising art- ists. Added to this festival of sound, shape and color, is par- ticipation of nationally-known headline performers. 2 FREE CHILDREN'S DAYS FRIDAY JULY 7 FRIDAY JULY 14 a.m. sharp. Gales open a.m. Any boy or girl 14 years and under will be admitted FREE to the Stampede Grounds before a.m. to attend the special FREE Children's Days programs in the Grandstand. Selected acts from the Evening Grandstand Performance, Pony Chuckwagon races, and an out- standing program of Junior Rodeo events. KIDS WIN PRIZES! 'TRIPS TO DISNEYLAND HOLIDAYS ON A RANCH BICYCLES-COWBOY BOOTS PUREBRED PUPPIES COWBOY HATS LIVESTOCK EXHIBITION Agricultural Buildins; July 6-15 OPEN DAILY FREE Canada's finest Cattle Horses Sheep Swine Rabbits 4-H CLUB SHOW AND SALE July 6 and Friday, July 7 ANNUAL WORLD CHAROLAIS SALES 10 a.m. Saturday, July 8 GENERAL ADMISSION TO THE GROUNDS ADULTS JI.OD, CHILDREN 12 and under CAR OR TRUCK 12 by 12 Club members FREE before 12 noon daily. (Children 12 and under can obtain membership cards at the gale.) SENIOR CITIZEN'S DAY TUES.JULY II All Senior Citizens 65 years of age and over will be admitted FREE to the Stampede Grounds Tuesday, July 11. TICKETS ON SALE AT Stampede Grandstand Ticket Office, Chinook Ridge Ticketoriui COME CELEBRATE ;