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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THt IFTHBBinOF llf.OMn Saturday. April 8. 1973 Livestock market report Papers doctored lellibridge Livestock Sales Monday lo l-'vulay: XiO cattle. 50 calves. 2.00i> hogs: l.iniK lliitclier cattle prices uneven- ly 'Jj to as much as 51 holier. Tic-placement c a t I 1 e abuut Mendy. Trade active. Ceod and e b o i c c Imldier steers and heifers meelmi; cry Coml demand, sleets t" Inslu'r. CiHid and dioiee butch- r.- lidfers CM- nuire higher. All classes of cmvs opened to fl lather, nf (liis gain ]nst on i.Ue ueek trading. Mi-diuni and and feeder cattle and 'li'c-k cahcs lucciiiic ili lu.irol from lo- eal ,T raic.s. Steers, i liniu- "1 If T> !XI. jnnd n, I 2S HcifcK "W. r.eryl in c.eml med- liini ;ii In i .inneis cut- lers In J'' Hulls, pi.xl U'i'MKN IN IKNUV feeder slcers KO UK. Coorl light slnck steers S7.) lo TOO Ibs.. 3r> to 41. l.ood feeder heifers .11 to "t 1 (Joed shiek steer calves 41 to 41. (lood stoek heifer cakes 3J i lo IKHiS, l.VMHS liuldiei- hogs sold Ilils wwk al the yariis lo base price. Weaner and feeder hnf.'s met vciy demand. 'J lo feeders ilndei IIXI Ibs. ITi.ol) to 21. llctivy feeders over UK) Ibs. lo all prices per head. Light feeders under 1''0 Ibs sold from 21 to '.'.a.rnl per hundredweight. Heavy feed- ers nvor loo Ibs.. 'Jl to 2f.r-D per (rood lambs 28 lo Taber Livestock ftn oiler this week at Hie 1'rairic I.iieslcek Ltd. sale fU-l bead of livestock consistinj! ef !ii2 callle, 407 hugs and 13 sheep. Trade was active with most classes holding steady. Good cows s I e a d y. Bulls steady. Feeder steers and heilcrs were all showing (leshy but sold fnir- Iv steady. weekly livestock, report There were only a few pross steer calves offered and they sold ste.uly. Grass heifer calves were 50 cents stronger. Wenner OTTAWA Non- Academic staff al the TJniver- fcoticrsVundp'r j sil-v of Alberta are selling abide 100 Ibs. 11) lo 2-1.75; feeders, Part of Mvc-per-cent salary over 100 Ibs.. 25 to 32; bred cows and gilts 44 to 77.50. Baby calves 77 to 105: light beef type calves 200 lo 350 Ibs. 115 to 170: medium quality dairy cows 265 to 310. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CD Uve beef futures close Friday. May .1-1.95; July Sept. 32.20B. Thursday's volume: NTo con- Iracts. Aussies through CANBERRA (Router) Prime Minister William Mo Mahon said here Australia not send combat Iroops back to South Vietnam. Apart from military advisers in Huoc Tuy province, Australia: has two medical construction teams working In Vietnam. PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally loctilcd [n iho centra of a large ca Mia Feeding and Hog Railing Country Calf, Feeder nnd FAT CATTLE every Wednesday at 1 p.m. 500 HEAD JO HOISTEIN STEER CAIVES 500 lo 600 Ibi. from B. 1. Nolan and Snnr liO 5JEER ond HEIFER CAIVES from one owner Servlcei availobfs A Trucking Branding k Vaccinating Order Buying A Government Veterinary Feeding Pen? HOG and Dairy Cattle Sale every Saturday at 1 p.m. SPECIAL-20 BABY CALVES MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED Monday thru Friday For InformaHon and liilfngi eonfacf JIM or JOE JURIS Plelure BuHe Auclion Morkel Pioure BuMe, Alia, Auelion maikep located 16 milei north of lethbridge Highway Phono 732-4400 Bull. of increase for a fund ensuring continuing employment of up to six months for any one of them wliose job becomes redundant due to university financial pres- sures. Announcement of the salary1 agreement retroactive to April 1. including tlie fund, was made Friday by the member non academic staff associa- tion nnd the hoard of gover- nors. During negotlallons the asso- ciation recommended, and the governors agreed, that one-half of one per cent of Ihe sellle- meiH should be used lo set up the fund. The Fund will be administered hy Hie university. In the six months after a job becomes re- dundant, the university will at- tempt to relocate the staff member In a comparable posi- tion on campus. It also agreed that 1( this policy should require additional funding lo remain in effect for the full six months, the univer- sity will provide supplemen- tary funds. The provincial Conservative government, in its March 17 budget for (he 1972-73 fiscal year, provided an increase of only 1.8 per cent In operating grants to Alberta's universities in a major shift of emphasis in education aid. Dy comparison, provincial spending for college, technical and vocational pro- grams will be Increased by 25 i per cent. j The university. In Ihe an- nouncement of the settlement non academic staff, re- ferred to the inslitution's "pres- ent slringcnl financial silua- lion." FEATURING TWO CATTLE SALES PER WEEK FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE STOCK CALF AND FEEDER CATTLE SALE ot p.m. SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD Daily Fxt FEEDER HOGS and BABY CALF SALE Ivcry Monday ol p.m. EXPORTERS OF DAUGHTER HOGS enl FncilitiRi For Feeding ond Lgnding Haqi Grain quotes Friday (basis High Low Close Klai llay 2BPi lly 278 H 27IK-, 2MR Oct 27IFi Rapesccd Vancouver Tun CRfl'i Scp 206 Nov 263'i 260 Tlapeseed 1 May Jly Oct Nov 2701' 2BO'! 230' 2fi8 255'i 2-13H 270' i 253 'i, 25fi-'a 252 May .lly Oct TCarlcy May Jly Oct Rye May I in Jly IIW Oct 105 100'i 104'i demanded distn i s s a I of tho president and vice president. AOGT1AVATED TENSION Dr. said several events last winter aggravated tension bclween administration and (acidly. At (he time of the non con- fidence votes, the faculty asso- ciation was communic a t i n e more with the press than wilh the president, he said. "I read in tho press they had no confi- dence in the rdmintstratlon be- cause it wasn't fighting hard enough with the colleges commission for money." Toward the end of 1971 pro- tracted contract negotiations wilh faculty hart been finally resolved. Shorily after, the mat- ter of tenure bad arisen. There was a disagreement wilh a d> cision hy the board of gover- nors on tenure of teachers. Continued discussion with the colleges commission over bud- get didn't calm the situation, CONSIGN AIL YOUR LIVESTOCK TO C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberto Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Res. 328-3986 P.O. BOX SS l-T-7 LETHBRIDGE Eel Frenth 32B-3986 Ken Miller 758-4607 Magrnth loj DcJager 327-9518 Henninger 328-7354 Dun Klcmen 345-4358 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS Booze hollies refundable under act CALGAI1Y (CP1 Amend- ments making wine and liquor hollies refundable will be j troduccd in Ihe legislature next week. Ken Simpson, the cngi neer administering tho Alberta Unvernge Containers Act, salr hcrr Methods of collecting noft- i drink container refunds would also be effected. Mr. Simpson declined to re- veal what form Ihe rules will lake hut indicated Coca Cola Ltd. and Pepsi Cola Lid., which I have not joined the depot sys- 1 tern, will lie involved. i Anolhcr amend m e n t would j require fall drink firms lo give refunds on cans from vend- ing machines, Mr. Simpson said. Deposit.1; lire nnl required when beverages are consumed where they arc sold but this was Intended lo apply only to lunch rooms and cafnlcrias, he said. COMING SALES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., April llth at 10.30 a.m. 600 to 700 HEAD ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE INCLUDING: 9 Horned Hereford 2 Year Old Bulls from Ken MeDowall, Reaver Minei KIKML-WATHR MSII The lake .'-tiireron shoal of rivAni lake.5. and Friday, April 14th at 1 p.m. SPECIAL YEARLING SALE 900-HEAD-900 435 STEERS 465 HEIFERS Saturday, April 15th WILLOW CREEK MACHINERY AUCTION SEE LISTING ON PAGE 25 TODAY'S PAPER Friday, April 21 st at 1 p.m. 12TH ANNUAL SPRING BULL SALE 121 HEAD 121 Hereford Shorthorn Chorolaii Aberdeen An gut Friday, April 28th at 1 p.m. 2nd ANNUAL SPRING EXOTIC FEMALE and BULL SALE 200 HEAD LISTED TO DATE LISTINGS CLOSE APRIL 15lh FORT MACLEOD D1ID1V I AUCTION HUIUlDUHlC IINURNIIIONII Slid UlNlEIMiHt REGULAR CATTLE SALE COMING SAT., MAY 13th 3rd ANNUAL SPRING HORSE SALE REGISTERED HORSES SELL AT 7 P.M. GRADES TO FOLLOW PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-392T, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: Sales Manager JOHNNY CHARLTON Lfc 293 GARY JENSEN THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS from leading hog TUES., at 1 p.m. WEANERS FEEDERS SOWS BOARS DAIRY1 COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUES., APRIL llth 100 WEANER HOGS from one owner 50 FEEDER HOGS from one owner 125 BEEF TYPE CAIVES 200 to 350 Ibi. Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday thru Friday BOB MOLCAK RANCH COMMERCIAL CHAROIAIS HEIFER DISPERSION WED., APRIL 12th 1 p.m. Sin YEARUNG HF.IFERS These lop quality average weighl 600 to 750 12 RED ANGUS BULLS (rising 2 year olds) BIG DEMAND FOR FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 8QO-HEAD-8QQ HENRY DOERKSfN HOLSTEIN DISPERSION WED., APR. 19th at p.m. 50 MILKING COWS BULL PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. located In Hub Ol Southern Albrrla'i livestock Induilry 9 Milei Inil of on Highway 3 and South BOX 1057, LE7HBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;