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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE iHHdRIDGf HERALD Scikirctay, Apill 23, 1971 OTTAWA (CP> Receipts ft attic at Canada's 10 public from Momlay lo I mrsdav this week totalled n7 IS head, up 2.3S' head from lust week hut 3.132 below the coiTCspt'iuhni: in 1 Kasteru market deliveries >ere 11.218 head and western narkcl deliveries were 1 according to statistics re- leased today In- the federal an- :ulture depnrunent Kxporl of beef i1; (lie lo the U.S. last week lotallcd 972 head. for slaughter and BM for u ler-. Oioii'e sieer prices were from i cents to SI higher, choice heifers fl lower to 75 cents i-jsher. cows and bulls were to SO cents higher in' markets, and feeder cat- ijc prices steady to 50 higher yt most centres. ilog prices increased 50 to 73 .-cuts in most markets. Choice steers: Montreal HI "'.1.75; Toronto 3f5 (o 37; Win- nipeg to 3tf: Saskatoon 34 Lo 35.25; Edmonton 3-5.75 to 3.V50: Calgary 35.25 to 36.CO. C'noice heifers; Montreal 30.50 :o 31.SH: Toronto 32.50 to lirestock report. Winnipeg rv.' 50 lo 33.50: Saska toon oil to Edmonton 32 lo 31. Calgary 33.75 lo 34.90. Good Montreal 26 lo Toronto -C.nO to 27.50; Win- nipeg -7.50 to 29: Saskatoon 2ij lo 27.7.i: luliuoiiton 2G to Calgary 27.50 lo 23.50. Good feeder steers: Toronto iS lo 42.50; Winnipeg 35 lo 40 Saskatoon 'M to 42; Edmonton 34 lo 42: Calgary 34.50 to 42. and choice veal calves Montreal 5H lo 55.50: Toronto to 50: Winnipeg 45 to 55: Saskatoon 42 to 4G.50; Edmon ton 50 to 56 Good lambs: Toronto 36 to 33.50: Winnipeg 27 to 29. tirade A hogs: Toronto 32.40 to 33.P5; Winnipeg 30.55 to 31.80; Saskatoon -1150 to 30.35; Ed- monton '.'a. 10 to 23.50; Calgary lo 23.4.V Beef futures (CP) Live beef futures at close Friday: May. 35.50X; July. 34.30B; and Sept., 33.001! Thursday's volume: Two con- tracts. REGULAR CATTLE SALE ARNOID TILIEMAN ESTATE FARM AUCTION HAYS, AUERTA FOR COMPUTE LISTING SEE PAGE 16 COMING SAT.r MAY 13th 3rd ANNUAL SPRING HORSE SALE REGISTERED HORSES SELL AT 7 P.M. GRADES TO FOILOW PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Autlioneor: Sntei Manager JOHNNY CHARLTON 293 GARY JENSEN I COMING SALES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., April 25th at 10.30 a.m. 600 to 700 HEAD ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE INCLUDING: 150 Yearlings From A. and 8. Johnson, Claresholm; R. Toney, Pincher Creek, A. Rosicky, Wardner, B.C. Friday, April 28th at 1 p.m. 2nd ANNUAL SPRING EXOTIC FEMALE and BULL SALE Simmenial Limousin Maine Anjou Brown 225-HEAD-225 EXPERIMENT IN SAFETY The occordia n-like remains of a conventional car, right, were displayed in Phoenix, Ariz., beside an experimental safety produced by American Machine Foundry, Co. Inc. Bolh vehicles were rammed i cemenl wall ai 50 mph during secret tests. Indians claim victory Delroit vehicle into a EDMONTON (CP) A six- month sit-in by Cold Lake In- dians ended Friday with the Indians claiming victory over Jean Chretien. The Indians moved Into the Mian affairs office on the 27th [loor of a downtown building nst Oct. 28 and said they'd stay here until Mr. Chrelien, Indian affairs minister, did something ibout educational policies and iving conditions on reserves. Chief Ralph Blackman of the Cold Lake reserve said Friday Mr. Chretien had signed ail agreement for school facilities costing about This was a victory for the Indians. When the sit-in started, ahoul 100 Indians from the Cold Kehewin and Saddle Lake re- serves were involved, but by mid-November, the Kohewin and Saddle Lpke Indians had settled Iheir differences with the department, leaving the Cold Lake Indians on their own. With the protest attracting less and less attention, finally only Chief Blackman and his family remained. Before staging the sit-In, the Indians pulled 255 children out of schools in towns surrounding reserves as part of the protest. They will return to school next week. The Indians demanded facili- Traditional wolves missing as Rome marks birthday ROME (API Rome cele- brated its birthday today without the traditional evolves caged near city hall to recall the Eternal City's mythical beginning. Some said their absence was due to the city govern- ment's staggering debt. Others were Indignant that the city fathers should forget the god who founded Rome. Legend has it that the aban- doned twins Romulus and Remus floated down the Tiber in a reed basket. They were found and suckled bv a Preventive mother wolf, and Romulus founded Rome in 753 B.C. He killed his twin when Remus poked fun at the new city. For years the government kept one or two mother wolves and an of the ancient two cages near the Campidoglio, the city atop the smallest of Rome's Seven Hills. The eagle still is there. But for nearly a year the wolf cage has been empty. A city hall spokesman said one wolf died and the other was trans- ferred to the city zoo, appar- ently for health reasons. "We've been looking for a replacement but just haven't found a suitable the spokesman said. es for students from kinder arten to Grade 12 on the re- ervcs. The federal govern lent countered last month b> ffering facilities up to Grade but the Indians said Grade as low as they'd go. The agreement sign xl by Mr. Chretien will pro- ide seven classrooms plus a indergarten and a gymnasi m. REFUSED TO LEAVE Chief Blackman said agree ment betsveen Mr. Chretien an he Indians was reached ver ally about Iwo weeks ago nit he refused lo leave the o [CD building until the minis er's signature was on Hi agreement. An official from Ottawa wi the Cold Lake reserve I discuss economic developmer >rograins ns soon as Clue Slackman requests the visit. Bill Thomas, regional dire .or of education, said tl school program probably necessitate hiring about half dozen teachers. A school hull ng now in use will be used supplement the seven n j u i 1 d ings until further co struction can be completed. Livestock market report Lethbridge Livestock Sales Monday to Friday: 250 idle; 50 calves; hogs; ul no lambs. Butcher calllo prices strong 3 or more higher. Replace- jent catlle SI lo higher. Cal- e market strong and active. Good and choice butcher ,eers scarce and selling or lore higher under keen de- land. Good and choice butcher eifers slrong to 50 higher. Me- .um ar.d good cows 50 or more igher. Bulls steady. Medium and good stocker and ceder ratlle and slock calves iccling keen demand from lo- al buyers, prices to liigh- LAUGHTERS Steers, choice, 36 to 36.70; ood 34.60 lo 35.50. ileifcrs, choice 33 to 34.40: Odd 32.50 to 33.50. Cows, good 27 to 28.10; mod. mi to 27; canners and cut- ers 21 lo 211. Bulls, pood 27 lo 28. IEPLACEJIENTS Good heavy feeder steers ovei 50 Ibs., 3-1.50 to M.10. Good light stock slcers GOO to 700 37.50 to 42. Good feeder heifers over G0 ows -100 to 5-10; nic'dhim qnal ty dairy cows 300 lo 390; plain lualily dairy cows 220 lo 300. Taber Livestock TABEH On offer this wed 11 Ihe Prairie Livestock Ltd sale were 78H head of livestock :onsisling of 399 callle arid 38 logs. Trade was active wilh al classes holding sleady with las week's market. Uulcher steer steady. Bulcher heifers to scarce to establish a firm mui ket. All other classes steady Weaner hogs steady. Only a light feeders offered. Sow steady. Ciood lo choice butcher steers 5.30 to 35.80; fair to medium 1.80 to 35.10. Good cows 26 fo 28.GO; fair o medium 23 to 25.75. Good yearling feeder steers ver 725 Ibs. 37 to 38.20; lair o medium 35 to good earling feeder heifers over 600 bs. 34 lo 35.75; fair to medium 3 lo 33.75. Good steer calves over BOO bs. 41.50 to 44.25; fair to med- um 38.25 to 41.25. Ciood heifer calves over 450 bs. 36 to 38; fair to medium 34 to 35.75. Butcher hogs last week 27.65. Baby calves 82.50 to 105. Wean- er hogs 14.50 to 16. Sows 79.50 o 91. FEMALES SMALLER Female timber wolves art smaller than males and over- age about 10 to 15 pounds MEN NEEDED In this area to train LIVESTOCK BUYERS LEARN TO BUY CATTV.E, HOGS AND SHEEP NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS BOX715, Depl. AB'4 Denver, Colorado 60201 THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET 2nd ANNUAL CHINOOK PERFORMANCl TEST STATION AIL BREED BULL SALE MONDAY, APRIL 24th, 1 P.M. 60-HEAD-60 HEREFORD ANGUS CHAROIAIS SIMMENTAl LIMOUSIN _ MURRAY GRIY BROWN SWISS WEANERS-FEEDERS SOWS-BOARS SELL TUES., at 1 p.m. ALSO DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUES., APR. 25th 130 BEEF TYPE CALVES-200 TO 350 IBS. LUMBER SALE TUESDAY, APRIL 25th FOLLOWING THE HOG SALE BOARD FEET OF LUMBER VARIOUS LENGTHS AND DIMENSIONS Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday >hru Friday FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 800-HEAD-800 SPECIAL THURSDAY, APRIL 20th 240 YEARLING HEIFERS from one owner HORSE SALE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION FRI. AND SAT. May 5 and 6 AU BREEDS REGISTERED AND GRADE REGISTERED HORSES SELL FRIDAY, MAY 5, at p.m. ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY, APRIL 20lti GRADE HORSES SELL FRIDAY, MAY 5, at p.m..and SATURDAY, MAY 6th, at a.m. THERE IS A NATION WIDE INTEREST IN GOOD SADDLE HORSES WANTED EXOTIC CATTLE [We have orden for all breeds of exotic bred femalei Give us a coll saonl PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. totaled In Ths Hub Ol Southern Alberto'! tiveilotk Induilry 3 Edit of leltibridge on Highway 3 ana Mile Soulh BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE PAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;