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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ottawa Weekly Livestock Report OTTAWA (CP) Cattle re- ceipts up to Thursday this wee totalled about more than last week but th same as in the correspondini week a year ago. Exports 'of beef cattle to th United States last week were slightly lower at 480 head. Offerings of cattle at publi stockyards reduced am trading continues uneven, re- flecting a slow dressed-bee market. Prices on nearly all grade: of steers and heifers wen mainly steady to 50 cents low er. Cows varied from high er to 50 cents down and bulls frcwn steady to as much as lower. Feeder cattle were demand at steady to firm prices, and calves were gen eraliy steady to lower. Hog prices varied from higher to 50 cents lower anc good lambs from 50 cents high er to as much as down for the week. Choice steers Montreal 32.50 to 33.50; Toronto 31.50 to 32.50; Winnipeg 30 to 30.50; Saskatoon 20.50 to 29.75; Ed- monton 28.75 to 29.50; Calgary 29 to 30. Good heifers Montreal 25.25 to 26.25; Toronto 27.50 to 28.50; Winnipeg 26 to 27; Sas- katoon 24.75 to 25.50; Edmonton 26 to 26.50; Calgary 26.25 to 27. Good cows Montreal 22.50 to 24.50; Toronto 22.50 to 23.50; Winnipeg 22.50 to 23.50; Saska- toon 21 to 22; Edmonton 20.50 to 24.50; Cr.'gary 21.25 to 21.50. Good feeder steers To- ronto 33 to 36; Winnipeg 30 to 35; Saskatoon 28.50 to 33; Ed- monton 29 to 38; Calgary 29 to 34.75. Good and choice veal calves 39 to 42; Toronto 32 to 43; Winnipeg 42 to 46; Ed- monton 40 to 45; Calgary 42 to 45. Good lambs Montreal 31 to Si; Toronto 34 to 38; Win- nipeg 28 to 27; Calgary 21.90 to .22. Potato Prices WINNIPEG (CP) Trade was light on the Maritime Pot- ato futures market Friday, with transactions in the May future at prices five cents over previous levels. Some inquiry also entered the .March future at 10 cents below market Open High Low Close Thur. Nov. 2.30A 2.30A" Mar 2.55N 255N Apr. 2.65N 2.65N May. 2.99 3.00 2.99 3.00B 295 Basic hogs Toronto 31.10 to 33.25; Winnipeg 27.95 to 29.15; Saskatoon 27.10 to 27.70; Edmonton 28.30 to 29.60; Cal- gary 28.90 to 29.95. Lethbridge Livestock (Supolied bv Canada Department of Agriculture; Sales Monday to Friday Cattle calves 20; hogs lambs 85. SUMMARY Butcher cattle prices to 50 or more lower. Replacement cat- tle strong to 50 higher. Cattle market active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting only fair de- mand, prices 25-50 lower, with odd sales to 29.70. Medium grades sold fully steady. Good and choice butcher heifers meeting reasonably good de- mand irom Canadian and ex-j poi; buyers, prices 25 of lower. L'ledium and good cows sold readily at firm rates. Bulls steady. Medium and good stacker and feeder steers meeting very good demand from local buyers, races around 50 higher. Ex- ports to date this week one load slaughter cattle from country points. SLAUGHTER CATTLE Steer, choice 29.00 to 29.50: good 28.25 to 28.75; medium 26.00 to 27.75. Heifers, choice 26.50 to 27.10; good 26.00 to 26.50; medium 24.50 to 25.50. Cows, good 21.00 to 21.80; median 19.50 to 20.50; canners and cutters 16.00 to 19.00. Bulb, good 26.00 to 27.00. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Good heavy feeder steers over 850 Ibs. 29.50 to 31.00; good tock steers 600 to 700 Ibs. 32.00 o 33.90. JOGS AND LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week 'OB Lethbridge 28.10 to 29.75 price. There were 701 logs sold for export price con- rerted to 22.90 to 23.80 live- weight. Weaner and feeder hogs old strong to 2.00 per head higher last Monday. Weaners .75 to 16.00. Light feeders Livestock Report Perlich Livestock There were 647 head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 300 catte and 347 hogs. Butcher cattle prices were steady to 50 cents lower. All classes of feeder cat- tle met a good demand from local feeder and order buyers. Price quotations were as fol- lows: DAUGHTER CATTLE Choice steers, 29 to 29.50; me- dium steers, 28 to 29.00; choice leifers 26.50 to 27.10; medium 25.50 to 26.50 Good cows 21 to 22.50, sev- eral sales higher on good grain :ed cows; medium cows 19.50 a 20.50; canners and cutters 16 to 19.00. Bulls, 25.60 to 26.75. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Short keep feeder steers 850 to Ibs. 29 to 30.50; feeder steers 600 to 800 Ibs. 30 to 34.30; ighter weights to 37.00. Good eeder and replacement heifers 600 to 700 Ibs. 27 to 31.75, de- pending on size and quality; short keep heifers 25.50 to 27.50. reeder cows, only a few plain kind on offer at 15 to 18.00. IOCS AND DAIRY CATTLE Weaner hogs 12.50 to 14.00; light weaners 11 to 12.50; liglv 'eeders under 100 Ibs. 16 to 26.75. There were no heavy feeders on offer. Bred gilts 51 to depending on size and quality. Good quality dairy cows 275.00 to 340.00; medium quality 175 to 250.00. Baby calves 55 to 60.00. Taber Livestock TABER Trade was rea- sonably active at the Prairie Livestock Ltd. sale this week with all classes holding fairly steady. Feeder cows were stronger. Butcher cows sold steady. Yearling feeder steers and heifers sold steady. There were only a few light calves on offer and these sold up to Wearier and feed- er hogs were down some from last week. Good butcher cows 20.00 to 21.50; fair to medium 18.20 to 19.80; light feeder cows 22.00 to 25.50. Bulls 23.50 to 28.00. Good yearling feeder steers over 750 Ibs., 28.50 to 31.30; under 750 Ibs., 32.25 to 35.00; good yearling feeder heifers over 700 Ibs. 28.50 to 30.00; un- der 700 Ibs. 30.50 to 35.00. Good 'steer calves 41.50 to 43.50. Baby calves 60.00 to 81.00. Weaner hogs 10.00 to 16.00; light feeders 16.00 to 22.00. No sale Monday Aug. 3 due to the civic holiday in Taber. Bond Prices Supplied by Doherty Roadhouse and McCualg Bros. GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Bid Asked 6 8 Apr. Sept Oct. July Sep '71 99.45 101.10 '72 95.85 '75 91.75 '78 101.75 103.25 96.45 93.25 Saturday, August 1, 1970 THE IETHBR1DGI HERALD 1ft Oils Spur Brisk Trading '83 73.00 Perp S Sept 15 38.75 74.50 42.25 GOVERNMENT OP CANADA GUARANTIED IONDS Con. Hoi. Mwy. IU 5 May 15, '77 84.25 86.75 Jan. 1, '85 77.75 79.75 Ontario rtOVINCIAL. 7 '88 84.25 under 100 Ibs. 19.00 leavy feeders over 24.15. 6.00 to 36.75 prices Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 29.00 to 40.00 per hundredweight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 22.00 to 26.00 per hundredweight. Good lambs 24.00. Rabey Urges Marketing Plebiscite EDMONTON (CP) Paul Babey, president of Unifarm, says there should be a plebis- cite on the establishment of a marketing board for Alberta forage seed. Mr. Babey made the sugges- tion in a letter to D. H. Mc- Callum, chairman of the Agri- Mineral Leases Delay Sought By Game Group RED DEER (CP) The Al- berta Fish and Game Associa- tion has asked the provincial government to declare a mora- torium on the granting of min- erial exploration leases detri- mental to wilderness areas. Robert Scammell, represent- ing the association, at a public hearing on proposed wilderness legislation said: "We must commence mediately to designate, pre- serve and protect much more wilderness that we already have designated." Wilderness areas and 86.75 Ont Hyd 9 '94 104.50 106.00 '90 103.75 106.25 '74 95.75 98.25 6V4% 'S2 74.25 76.75 '74 95.25 97.75 '90 102.25 103.75 By AKT JOHNSON Canadian Press Staff Writer A sharp interest in oil stocks prodded Canadian stock mar- kets upward this week, restor- ing in the process much of the acquisitive interest which had been at low ebb for the last few months. The Toronto stock market's western oil index shot upward a total of 12.87 points to 155.32, the largest rise on a weekly basis since June, 1969. New B Nfid. N.S. Quebec Alberta Man Hyd 9 Sask Nfid 9% ACT 8 Man Tel 8 '90 103.00 104.50 '88 84.75 87.25 '90 101.75 104.25 '74 '74 99.50 101.00 99.50 101.00 INDUSTtlAl Abitibi 7Vi% '87 81.75 84.25 Alta Gas '81 81.25 83.50 Alum Can 7 '73 88.25 90.75 Bank N.S. 7 '87 81.75 84.25 Bell Tel 8 '77 97.75 100.25 B.A. Oil Cdn Brew S CdnChem 7 CPR 5 vincial parks should be pro- pro- iected under a Wilderness Act, lie said. Land should he withdrawn from a wilderness area only with a two-thirds majority vote of the legislature. He said mining, oil wells, pipe lines and power lines are cultural Products Marketing ail detrimental to wilderness Council. NOTICE MOTORWAYS LTD. Now Located At 1805 2nd Avenue S. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-5532 He said the plan could no become operative until it was approved by a majority of reg istered producers, and it mus also represent a "satisfactory volume of product sold." The proposed board could de- velop and maintain orderly marketing; maintain a fair, stabilized price; provide a uni- form, high-quality product and work with similar boards in other provinces. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD, NO SALE Monday Aug. 3rd NEXT SALE Mon., Aug. 10th Let Us Take the Worry Out of Your Livestock Sales our contacts with professional order buyers, plus your early consignment, means top prices for yog! PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. (FORMIRLY HANDLEY-JENSEN LIVESTOCK LTD.) PHONE 223-3921, TABIR DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: Sold Manager JOHNNY CHARLTON GARY JENSEN Lie. in Hog Prices EDMONTON (CP) Closing prices Friday provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Mar- keting Board: Edmonton: Quoted 28.30 to 29.10. Average 28.73. Hed Deer: Quoted 228.25 to 29.55. Average 2S.87. calgary: Quoted 28.85 to 29.75. Average 29.45. tethbridge: Quoted 29.50 to 29.75. Average 29.62. Lloydminster: Quoted 28. Av- erage 28. Grande Prairie: No market. Total hog sales aver- age 29.05. Total sows 47, aver- age 17.90. NEW JOBS New plants created more than new jobs in Ontario during 1969. "There is very little xvilder- ness left in Alberta. We al- ready have all the wilderness we shall ever have. "Man cannot create wilder- ness, man can only create des- erts." '83 Cdn WNG '83 Cons Gas '82 Domtar '87 T Eaton 7M '87 GM Ac 7 '86 Husky Oil '87 Imp Oil IAC IAC Loblaw Mac B N C Gas 6V4% '88 N W Util '88 '88 7i4% '86 '84 '81 '78 '77 79.75 '83 67.23 '80 84.75 70.25 68.25 72.75 75.75 82.75 77.00 75.7S 83.75 80.75 76.75 70.75 87.25 72.75 75.25 78.25 85.25 86.25 72.75 75.25 Shell Oil T Dom B 6 78.25 71.75 70.75 82.75 80.25 84.75 73.25 75.75 T Dom B 7 '87 82.25 84.75 71.25 82.25 77.25 Tr. Can 5.85% '87 68.75 Tr Fin C '87 79.75 WC Tr A '88 71.75 Cons Gas 514% '89 Dyn Ex 7 Scurry K IVt Tr C P L 5 '82 81.75 82.00 82.75 81.75 84.25 86.00 88.25 84.25 WC Tr C 5V4% '88 69.75 77.25 Forest Fire Situation Stabilized GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP Cool weather and high humid- ity have helped stabilize the forest fire situation in the Foot- ner Lake area of northwestern Alberta. Five fires are still burning in the area, two out of control. One covers acres of muskeg and non-commercial spruce on the Alberta-North- w e s t Territories boundary, west of Wood Buffalo National Park. The other covers acres of non commercial timber south of Cariboo Lake. More than 400 men assisted by aircraft are fighting the ive fines. Government Bond Offer Announced OTTAWA Government of Canada bond of- fering was announced Friday by the finance department. Details of the offering will be announced Tuesday, Aug. 4, but the department said the Bank of Canada has agreed to buy of the bonds. The re- maining will be of- fered to investors through banks and investment dealers. The bonds will be dated Aug. 15 for delivery Aug. 17 without payment of accrued interest. The department said proceeds from the issue will be used for general purposes of the govern- ment of Canada. Canadian Money Turned Down In Spain MADRID (Reuters) A Ca- nadian embassy spokesman here has warned Canadians vis- iting Spain to come armed with United States dollars to avoid difficulties in cashing their trav- ellers' cheques. Spanish banks have been re- fusing to deal in Canadian dol- lars since the currency was put on a floating rate last May, the spokesman said today. Since then there have been 15 known cases of Canadians being unable to cash their travellers' cheques. The embassy usually solves the problem by referring travel- lers to the British-owned Bank of London and South America, which has a branch in Madrid and is happy to cash Canadian dollars. In Montreal, a spokesman for American Express Co. of Can- ada Ltd. said travellers could exchange the companys' travel- ler's cheques at the American Express office in Madrid. The spokesman said that only Spam was refusing Canadian currency "for the time being." "We are advising Canadians to take travellers cheques or cash in U.S. funds." U.S. Official To Tour Arctic Oil, Mine Sites OTTAWA (CP) The U.S. in- terior secretary, Walter Hickel, will begin a tour of mining and oil exploration sites in the Cana- dian Arctic Friday, Aug. 14, it was announced today. Mr. Hickel will be accompa- nied on the four-day tour by Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien. The secretary and Mr. Chre- tien will fly from Montreal to Frobisher Bay and. Cape Dorset Aug. 14 after a one-day visit in Montreal. Strathcona Sound, Resolute Bay, Inuvik and Melville Island are among the other communi- ties on the tour. Aug. 17 the party will fly from Inuvik to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, where Mr. Hickel, a former governor of the state, will be host to Mr. Chretien at oil ex- ploration sites there. The tour ends Aug. 18. BATA SHOE STORE FOR RENT GOOD LOCATION ON 5th STREET SOUTH Suitable for shoe or ladiei wear store APPLY: Stan's Men's Wear 321 ith SI. S. Store For Rent Corner 4th Avenue and 5th St. S. In Odd Fellows Building AVAILABLE AUG. 1, 1970 WRITE P.O. BOX 116, LETHBRIDGE OR CONTACT BURNS LITTLE 529 14th ST. S. Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location In Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo- ber, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further information please write or phono SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th S.W., CALGARY, Albertq. 263-5683 (403) ASSISTANT CHIEF ACCOUNTANT For North Canadian Forest industries Limited, Grande Prairie, Alberta, an expanding, integrated plywood and lumber manufacturing industry employing over 500 and an accounting and clerical slaff of 20. Initial duties of this new position Include the areas of monthly statements, asset records, budgets, year-ends, tax returns, and systems. The position offers wide scope and excellent opportunity for advancement particularly In the areas of systems cn'd administration. Good salary open for discusiion with applicant. C. A. Degree is required. Applications marked "CONFIDENTIAL" to Chief Accountant, North Canadian Fertit Industries Limited P.O. Box 100 Prairie, Alberta Trading at the Toronto ex change was brisk, will shares exchanged din- ing the five days, the highes total in almost two There were shares traded last week. The climb in oil stocks lastec only two days and was follower immediately by three days o: small losses. But the two rally sessions in oils boosted the "Toronto ex- change's western oil index 15.82 points. The upward movement began Monday. REPORT FUEL SHORTAGE Observers said the concentra- tion of interest on oil stocks was caused by reports of fuel shor- tages in the United States and rumors of large gas and oil con- tracts for Canadian companies. One analyst said that much of the upturn was Caused by a de- mand for oil shares in the United States. Walter Hickel, U.S. secretary of the interior, was reported to have said recently that there now is a shortage of gas in his country. Oil stock prices began to drop however, and ob- servers blamed the weakening on profit-taking. Western oils had advanced steadily for the last three weeks. Other areas of investment also held up during the week. The Toronto exchange's In- dustrial index showed sharp advances on three of the five trading days. During the other Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Win- nipeg beef futures market had limited activity Friday, with some transactions in both Sep- tember and January futures at prices even with two 10 points below previous close levels. Open High Low Close Thur. Sep. 29.25 29.27 29.2S 29.25 29.35 Nov. 28.80N 28.80A Jan 29.00 29.00 28.95 28.S5A 29.00A H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker EDMONTON 42-9796 ffCALGARY 263-flOSOI 1 328-8141 COUTTS Phono 344-3822 two sessions it moved fraction- ally to moderately downward. On the week it gamed 2.38 points to 157.36. A sharp rise Friday was re- sponsible, in part, analysts said, to reports that Israel had agreed to U.S. proposals for a peaceful settlement of the Mid- dle-East dispute. LATE GAINS FRIDAY Markets showed small losses early Friday morning but turned upward in later trading. Markets showed the same bul- lish response last week when re- ports circulated that the Viet Cong Indicated a willingness to form a coalition government in South Vietnam with members of the present Saigon government. The statement was taken to mean a breakthrough in peace talks. On index at Toronto, base metals were up 2.12 to 93.68. Golds lost 3.45 to 150.40. Gains outnumbered losses 469 to 248, with 214 issues un- changed. At the Montreal and Canadian exchanges, advances outnum- bered declines 167 to 146, with 106 issues unchanged. Combined volume was shares, up from last. week. The composite index was up 2.93 to 155.44. APPOINTMENT ARTHUR J. PLEWES, G.C.T. Mr. E. C. Henderson, President of Henderson Schools Limited, Calgary, is pleased to the appointment of Mr. Arthur J. Plewes, G.C.T., Principal of ihs Henderson School of Commerce Calgary, as Principal end Administrator of the Hendenon Collegs of Business In leth- bridge. Mr. Plewes has been In ihe business education field for more than fourteen years and has been the principal of schools in Alberta during past ten yean. The appointment becomes effective Immediately. THE STOCKMANS MARKET Join the many farmers and ranchers who market their cattle in our modern facilities. HOG SALES EVERY TUESDAY P.M. WEANER AND FEEDiR HOSJ BROOD SOWS-BOARS BABY CALVES-DAIRY COWS, ETC. LARGE LUMBER AUCTION Tuesday, August 4th Following The Hog Sale Board Feet Jx4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 4x6, 4x8. 6x6, 1x6, 1x8, 1x10 Rough and Planed. Various Lengths. SPECIAL SHEEP CONSIGNMENT Tuesday, Aug. 4 12 EWES 3 'to 5 years old, 55 EWE LAMBS 2 RAMS REGULAR CATTLE SALES EVERY THURS.-l P.M. Stoeker Feeder and Fat Cattle Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Located in the hub of Southern Alberta's livestock In- dustry 3 east of Lethbridge on Highway 3 and mile south. PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE NOTE NEW SALE TIME REGULAR CATTLE SALE TUESDAY. ON OFFER 500 HEAD HIGHLIGHTED BY ONE CARLOAD OF 2-YEAR OLD GRASS STEERS FROM R. Y. BURIES, LUNDSRECK FORT MACLEOD I UlfDI nimiU. AUCTION MABKET H 'NIIBNIHDNM THIS MJNIGIMIN1 ;