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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Auguit 1973 Grain price review Winnipeg grain Grain quotes Lake- Milk talks open Aug. 20 RED LEER The Al- berta Public Utilities board open hearings here Aug. 20 in- to applications for increases in the minimum milk price in controlled areas. Minimum prices in the areas controlled by legislation Ed- Calgary. Red Medicine Hat. Cam- rose and Ponoka are 33 cents for a quart of homogenized milk. 31 cents for two per cent milk and 27 cents for skim. HAS OWN LIGHT The a small mar- ine fish found in very deep is so named because of numerous light producing or- gans en the head and body. High Low Close Flax Oct 1049 Nov 1018 Dec 1004 May 1005 Rapcseed Vancouver Sep 688 683 683 Nov 668 l's 643 648 Jan 657 Vi 633 636 Mar 650U 628 634 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 635 626 626 Nov 622 613 617 589 589 Dec 594 May Oats Oct 185 dec May Jly 179 622 179 175 Barley Oct 271H 265V.. 268 Dec 263 267Vi May 260V2 Jly----------------- 262 R5'e Oct 280 279Vi Dec 276V2 279 May 288 283 287 Jly 273 ESTIMATOR DRAFTSMAN THE Who wants employment with stability and future growth potential. A self starter is needed who de- sires challenge and exciting future with a growth THE Estimating and drafting relative to Behlen pre- fabricated steel buildings for ware- etc. Related duties signed as required. Send personal resume or phone for interview. BEHLEN WICKES BUILDING SYSTEMS Box 3516 24th Ave. South ALBERTA PHONE 328-1141 DON THURLOW Beef for Toronto butcher Henry Federman was upset 'by the refusal of a Washington company to supply the White House with so he's sending worth of T-bones and roasts to President Nixon on ice. Federman says he has beef to spare and is doing his duty. The Washington company biamed Nixon's economy measures for the beef shortage and sent him hamburger instead. Yellow beans great protein source By JOHN D. HIOORHEAD Christian Science Monitor What is helping keep meat prices feeding Mexican disturbing the Japan- and perhaps holding part of your house Soybeans. These unassuming yellow beans are the richest and cheapest source of protein known. And their meal makes the world's best animal feed. World-wide demand for say meal is pushing up PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located in the centre of a large cattle Feeding FEEDER AUG. 8th 300 HEAD Highlighted by 50 HOLSTEIN STEERS 700 Ibs. from B.C. Nolan and Sent Services Available Trucking r- Branding Vaccinating Order Buying f Government Veterinary Feeding Pens end Hog Raising Country HOG and DAIRY CATTLE SALE every Saturday at 1 p.m. SPECIAL 100 HEAD 200 TO 300 LB. CALVES MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Fcr Information and listings contact JIM or JOE JURIS Picture Butte Auction Market Picture Alta. Phone 732-4400 Picture Butte Auction market located 16 miles north of Lethbridge Highway 25 USE A 12 VOtT DC WINCH ALL OVKH YOU8 AND ON YOUR Far loading imtoedJng On far 'fjf'.front bumper or ouef trailer ball for stump rescue wrecker worM conduit puifirnj yaufifctf Or others loiit of Sisndafd povyftr switcfi an PM alt four mounting Use AlV 1500 far front wotmi only. A IDEAL LOADING GARDEN LAWN CARE CEMENT ROOFING. USE AT SERVICE BOAT THE- ANY- WHERE THERE IS A LOAD TO BE LIFTED OR the price of the the cost of the animate that eat it prices at the meat counter. A bumper soybean crop this year ease the pressure but not eliminate it. So President at the end of slapped an embar- go and then strict controls on exports of soybeans. He was aiming to cut down the pressure on soybean prices. SHORTAGE soybean exports were growing so fast that a serious domestic shortage was feared. Exports soybean meal were running 27 per cent ahead of expected levels. William acting depu- ty director of the Cost of Living predicted a shortage in the United States of 1.1 million tons this year. The soybean has been doing a few other things besides pushing up prices. Feeding the Mexican chil- for instance. The children of an Indian tribe living about 250 miles south of Mexico suffering from attended a government boarding school during the as an their normal diet of tortillas corn and biscuits was fortified with soy protein. They also were given PM 2000-12 VOLT DC WINCH pounds safe Sifrlns pQwSr. Will losrf tnd artd fisher tolling ioseij up to -Jp i gracfc. De-signed for Irsilersd Up- 10 Ibs load most oinbosfd boats in fess thai ofie rnTnu'e. Comes vvirH heavy 2 sototnancii'lv stregjt 20' of steel aircraft- cabls Bid safety-snap two- mounting hsnd PM 3000-12 VOLT DC WINCH vertical lifting Will pytl wheeled' up a orsdft- For firgef and smaller inboard.' Wrbdaref wish 25' of heavy gauge wire. 3 auiomsitc circuit breskerv J5' of sieH aircraft and safety-snip two mount- ing emergency hsrtd crank. a Our matt papular model. Shipping Weight 17 Ibs. ONLY Shipping Weight 18 Ibs. ONLY We also have a good stock of larger modeli available now at IRON LTD 2808 2nd Ave. North Lethbridge HENRY SCHERER AUCTION SALE Located 14 miles South and 3 Miles East of Alta. OR 13 Miles South and 3 Miles then 2 Miles South and Miles West of Alta. CASH LUNCH SERVED AUGUST 15 1 P.M. SHARP Having received instructions from Mr. Scherer who hos sold his farm we will sell at auction the following items. TRACTORS 930 Comfort King diesel tractor with dual 18.25x34 good rubber. In flood condi- tion throughout. W-9 gas tractor. Dual front end loader. TRUCKS Chevrolet Model 1600 3 ton sleel grain box and hydraulic V-8 8.25x20 front rear. Mercury 3 ton grain box and good good runing order. GRAIN LOADERS 28 ft. loader Briggs and Stratton engine. 21 ft. loader with Briggs and Stratton engine. Model HD grain PTO like new. LIVESTOCK FEEDERS creep foot feed self feed- er bus. roughage self feeder. FARM MACHINERY Deere 14 ft. LZ hoe- 7 in. hy- draulic depth excellent condition. ft. Graham Hoeme 14 ft. rod weeder 3 bottom 14 inch hammer pto Deere 12 ft. Deere 20 ft. 1200 series No. 400 rock ft. McCormick double of flex harrows with fold- ing draw bar on tired flat deck It-wooden wagons with grain post hole dig- ger. pump with Briggs and Straiten engine. HAYING EQUIPMENT No. 47 bale stooker bale No. 5 side delivery 1 Massey Harris 7 foot pto semi mounted mower. FUEL TANKS gallon fuel gallon fuel tank. COMBINE AND SWATHERS Harris No. 92 self-propelled 16 ft. cutting table and qood ready for the Deere 14 ft. self-propelled Har- ris No. 6 pto 16 ft. hydraulic on Renn 12 foot drum type 8 foot pickuo. SHOP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT amp Forney with all built- in battery Acetylene welder and 1 Comet portable air large large assortment of etc. HOUSEHOLD Model DA 225 electric cream wringer 1 Flame Master BTU natural gas space mier treadle sewing walnut The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee ractual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors in description or condi- tion. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS AUCTION MARKET LTD. Company Licence 071465 Box Uthbridge Office Phone JOE PERLICH BOB BALOG Lie. 010293 Lie. 067454 Phone 328-9772 Phone 647-2201 ALBERTA MILK RIVER ED TORSHER lie. 012467 Phone 545-6452 BOW ALBERTA TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 ALBERTA a soy-based soft drink. The chil- dren gained an average of eight pounds in two months. SUBSTITUTE Many Americans met soybeans during the Second World War when were used as a meat substitute. Some people are turning back to them today to avoid the fat content in or just the prices. When properly in a casssrole for soybeans have a nut-like flavor. Several good soybean cook- books are available. Some people who have tried soybeans are not rushing Mck for they a beany or not-much-of- anything taste. Soybeans have a multlfade of some quite unlikely. They are used as an adhesive in the manufacture of plywood and other building materials. rubber plastics and linoleum are manufactured with the help of soybean oil. FORTIFY And soybeans may be a forti- fying agent in many foods you without you ever knowing. The American Soybean Associj ation says it is working for a labelling law that will require listing of soybeans on the labels of products that contain them. Some foods that may contain baked spag- wieners and chili con beef pancake baby can- dy 'and imitation spices. A new process can even turn soybeans into The pro- cess spins soy protein into fib- ers that approximate the tex- ture of artificial flavor is added to make the taste like ham or chicken. And if you have not run into soybeans anywhere chan- ces are you met them in your last salad or on your morning toast. Soy oil provides about 75 per cent of the oil used to manufacture mar- and cooking and salad oils in the United States. COMMOTION The president's controls en soybean exports may have help- ed but they caus- ed on international common- tion. Ninety per cent of soybeans in world trade is so the impact on the international market was stunning. European Common Market officials are predicting that the new controls will give their meat prices a sharp upward shove. One official is reported as saying that it Lakes roughly three times as much rye or corn to supply pigs and chickens with the protein they get from soybeanv meaning inevitable increases in the already soaring price of meat. STIFF BLOW Tht blow -wns sti.Vsst JOT the the best United States customer for soybeans. UnLtad States soybeans con- stitute 92 per cent of those im- ported by Japan. Of 80 per cent is used for animal feed and the rest for such human stap- les as tofu and soy sauce. Japanese officials are con- but they say supp'ies arc adequate for the immedi- ate future. Livestock report Lethbridge Livestock Sales Monday to 139 19C 07 lambs. SUMMARY Butcher heifers and cows to 2 higher. No slaughter steers on offer. Replacement cattle steady. There were no slaughter steers offered for sale this wesk. Slaughter heifers sold higher. Slaughter cows up to higher. Medium and good stacker and feeder cattle are meeting very good demand at about steady prices. SLAUGHTER CATTLE A.1 and Al and A2 45 to Dl and D2 36.60 to D3 34 to D4 30 to Bulls 39.60 to 41. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Good heavy feeder steers over 900 Ibs 49.10 to 50.90. Good feeder steers under 800 Ibs 52 to 56. Good feeder heifers 44.25 to 50.90. Good stock steer calves over 300 Ibs 51.50 to 62.75. Good stock steers calves under 300 Ibs. 76 to 80. Good stock heifer calves over 300 Ibs 43 to 43.75. Good stock heifer calves under 300 Ibs. 60 to 67. Good stock cows 36.00 to 41.20. HOGS AND LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week on the Lethbridge yards 60.75 to base price. All classes of weaner and feeder hogs con- tinued to meet good demand at prices up to higher. Weaners 21 to 32.75. Light feeders 36 to 39.50. Heavy feed- ers 100 to 130 Ibs. 40 to 49.50. Heavy feeders over 130 Ibs. 52.50 to 60 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 40 to 61 per hundred- weight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. sold from 37.75 to 43.75 per hundredweight. Bred sows 105 to 135 per head. Boars 75 to 147.50 per head. Good lambs 34. Perlich Livestock There were head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 571 cattle and 634 hogs and C9 sheep. Cat- tle market was to to high- er on all classes. Keen demand exists from local and out of area buyers. Price quotations as SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 steers 50 to Al and A2 heifers 47 to Dl and D2 cows 37 to D4 cows 34 to Bologna bulls 38 to 42. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steer calves to 400 65 to steer calves to 500 55 to Holstein steer calves 49 to feeder steers 800 50 to feed- er steers 800 50 to Holstein and shortkeep steers 48.70 to 50.50. Heifer calves to 400 59 to Heifer calves to 500 52 to feeder heif- ers 50 to feeder cows 35 to good quality stock cows 390 to cow-calf pairs 410 to HOGS. DAIRY CATTLE Market dressed 60.90 to good weaners 22 to light weaners 13 to feeders 100 32 to feeders 100 47.25 to bred sows and gilts 120 to 150. Baby calves 100 to light calves 130 to 195. Ewes 17 to 25 per feed- er lambs 33.50 to 34. Jobless workers get no cheques Mont- The State Employment Security Di- vision says fewer than 20 per cent of Montana's unemployed workers are receiving state or federal compensation. Fred division admin- said most jobless work- ers in the state never see an un- employment insurance cheque. Barrett said some industries are not covered by Montana's u n employment compensation while some workers fail to qualify for jobless insurance because they do not meet wage or work experience require- ments. Barrett said persons re- ceived unemployment compen- sation in Montana last which represents 18.8 per cent of the state's unemployed work- ers. F Aug. 6 CIVIC HOLIDAY SALE f i AUG. 13th Don't be content to accept one offer consign your livestock to where you are guaranteed to the Auction Ring full of Buyers to bid on your product. PHONE TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer- JOHNNY CHARLTON lie. 293 Sales Manager GARY JENSEN THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET 200 Small Calves IBS. SEli at 1 p.m. ALSO -DAIRY COWS -BABY CALVES -SHEEP SPECIAL FEATURE 150 EWES and 200 FEEDER and FAT LAMBS from ona owner Market Hogs Shipped Daisy YEARLING FAT CATTLE CALVES 1 p.m. 800 HEAD SPECIAL FEATURE 100 GRASS YEARLING STEERS from one owner PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In the Hub of Southern ATberta'i Livestock Induitry 3 miles east of Lethbridge en Highway 3 and Vi mile icufh BOX LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;