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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 1HI LFTHSRIDG! HERAIO Solutdoy, I, 1971----- Livestock market report Ottawa Livestock OTTAWA (CP' Moderate deliveries a'. CaMda's nine pub- lic stocivanis from Monday to Thursday this week tealied 15fl head. 3.231 head last week and 1.K9 head te'.ow the CCT-esior.cir.e vrees last year. Broad for all classes a! slaughter cattle led to higher prices ior steers ard choice heifers. Test ce-ar.rl carried over iijco the eocc cov inariet, where thera -srere also prices. Prices ior choice ard good veal calves also strorig, but Iamb arji hc-g prices irere ur-evec- Ctioice Montreal M.35 to 33: "7 :o peg 37 to Sasl-a'.c-jn Co to M.50: Edrr.ottori li.Ml to Calgary 3.5.SO ro ST.IO. Cr.oice infers: :o to 31.25: 3-5 :.0 to W.yj; Winrjipes to .3-3-0: toct 33 U) 14.70; to 37.75; Calgary M.23 to 34.10. Good feeder Toronto to 44: to 42: 3-5 to 45: EdiEoEKr: 37 :o 4J: 15 Lo 43. azd veal calves: Montreal to 3V to 4-3: ;5 to 61: 37 ro 43: Calsary Gccc LErncs- Montreal 31 to 33- Torr-tto 'c 15 to Sa.tharrxr. 21 to 21.30: rxjrnor.tor. 2o to 27' Cal- gar-" 2.5 2-5. 1W Mortrea! 41.15 to VTTiipee 3915 to W75; Saskatoon to 3320; Edmonton 37.15 lo 33; Ca'gary 37.05 to 37.75. lethbridge Livestock Sales Monday So Friday ]73 cattle. 323 calves, 1.8M hojs, 2SO lambs. Replacement cattle stock calves steady to strong. Few buLcher cattle 50 to SI hisher. market active. Tbere but- cher cattle oti offer to establish reliable quotstiocs. All classes c{ demand, prices 50 to si higher. Bulls steacv. Medium ar-d. good slocier ar.d feeder cattle ver.' gc.xi ilrn rates. Stocl-t ar.d er calves rreetir.g cc- rr.aryj strong to I.'IO or ir.ore hither. SLAUGHTER CATTLE G-x.-i 24 75 10 25..50: merlin- 21 to 23.50; cancers ar.d 15 to 20; gcctl bulls to 23. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Gcrx! 11-ht feeder steers ur.- 750 33 to 45.30: g.xxl fetcer 34 to 37.F.O: JIMd SOC'i COV.S SSM to cer head. stoci steer calves nr.-ler 450 Ihs. M to X: stoci-: calves 45'1 its. 47 :o 11: good r.ocl-: heifer caives 33 to 45. HOGS AND LAMBs hcrji sold r7 K :o price, vrear.- sr ar.d fc-eder hoss soid Si to to 22 head. :'etd- rZinqtana, li'lercaita INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 feeders over KO Ibs, 37.2.5 lo 42.33 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs soki from 37.23 to 15 25 per hur.dredweieht. Heavy feeders over ICO ibs 23 to .30.50 per j Boars WO to per head. Good lambs 26.SO. Perlich Livestock I There were I.MS head of live-' stoo: sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Re- ceipts ir.clcded 1.M2 cattle and 554 hogs. Cattle market coc- tinues strong and active on all classes. Slaughter cattle Choice steers to choice heif- ers M..yj to good 25.cfl to 2o.SO; rr.c-Gium cows 23 to 2o; canr.ers ar.d c'rtters 13 to 22; she-Iiy co'.vs lr) to 17: bologna hulk 25 to 27.80; butcher bulls 31.50 to 15.40. Replacement cattle Steer calves to Vfl Ibs. 49 w aeer calves Vfi. to 5Oj Ibs. 4-5 51: steer over Ibs. to 43 .50; plain quality steer calves 40 to 45: Holstcin steers 400 to 7CO Ibs. 40 to 45.15: Hol- scein steers 7CO In 1.2.1 Ibs. J4 to M.80: feeder sUen lo 7CO Ibs. 42 to 45.75: feeder steers 730 to to KO Ihs. 37 to 43.25: feeder steers over G50 Ihs. 3n to 40.r3: heifer calves 2.M to 4M Ibs. Vt j to 43.75: heifer calves 400 to 5f.O Its. 39 to 43: heifers all seighis 40 !o 4S: plain heifer calves to M: fec-d- er r.eiiers ail 3-5 to 40: yvjr.2 reccer c-i-ss 25 to M: er fseder eo-j.- 20 to 24: qaaiity bred ca'.i'e 270 to 315. HDg3 and calves hogs dressed weight -77.15 to: gocri -rearers 15 to 22; J -Jrearers 13.75 to 15: feeder hoes over 110 Ihs. 31 to 45.75; hre-i sows arJ gilts to K: i rr.eciuTi quality dairy COTS 2C-0 i to 315: bahy calves 70 to 77 .50: calves 102 to iWardair Grain storage survey planned hearings scheduled CALGARY fCP) The Ca-' or. hov.- much grain farmers OTTAWA fCP) A Canadian nadian wheat board h planning can deliver tri country eteva- transport commission bearing j a survey of to deter- tors, into objections to Ajr Canada's mine the exact amount o! gran HIGHER PRICES purchase of a one-third interest have stared. Chief Com- Tr.e sur.'ty also deter- in Wardair Canada Ltd. will be-i missioner G. N. Vogel said here. mine when farmers plan to de- gin Wednesday rather than Estimates of grain mad? by liver Iheir grain and much Tuesday. statistics Canada are higher will be moved to country eleva- A commission spokesman than figures produced by tbc tors before July 31, the end ot said the new date was set at the i wheat board from estimates ac- the crop year. request of the various parties in quired from country elevator Mr. Vogel said the rising de- tbe case. managers, has created higher prices The Air Canada purchase of "We be more certain ar.d alrr.ost an unlimited oppor- Wardair has been pro- about the actual supplies of tunity to sell Canadian produc- tested by CP Air, N'ordair Ltd., grain being on ?rlr. lion." Pacific Western Airline Ltd., Voael to'.d the annual meeting Although deliver.- quotas Trar-sair Ud. ar.d the Van- of the Alberta Wheat Pool. not Lke'.y to be removed, they cower Board Trade on the Cror ability to meet, our erJit- shraM 'be high enotish to en- that the acquisition will ing export commitments able farmers to deliver ail the uT.dujy restrict in take advanLaae of additional grain they n-ant this crop '.he air charter field. sates opportunities v.ill vear.'' Warfair. CP .Air aid Air Can-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ada are the three largest firms in the air-charter field. V.'ardair headquarters is Li Edrr.onton. T pyncruoe trying EjCr'5 M; I Confidence in Quebec to hire Albertans is renewed LONG TIME TO VOTE It wlil a [cno fn Tr.yndgr Bey, eiscflc poll ,'.'.ri. Beryl Hcrris. He's sns no'di up eight T-cir.g voters, ra c-ed tcaef r. ere r T're in lerrrr'n. Wheat council abandons idea He Fred CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7lh STREET SOUTH -gg priCeS tl-e :ce prices in? mirrliriurr. THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET 300 TO 500 HOSS 5EH TUES., at 1 p.m. AL5O DAIRY COWS BABY CAIVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY, DEC. 5th 100 LIGHT BEEF AND DAIRY TYPE CALVES weighing 150 to 40O lei. PLUS 35 LIGHT FEEDER LAM3S Market Hogs Shipped Daily SPECIAL RANCHER CALF SALES WED., DEC, 6th 1 p.m. AMD EVERY 'WEDNESDAY III PECLVEES THIS WEEK 800 HEAD 800 YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 800 HEAD 800 INCLUDING 200 CIGHT FEEDER STSJRS BRED HEIFER and STOCK COW SALE FRI., DEC. 15th-l P.M. UST YOUR HEIFERS AMD STOCK EARLY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. in fHjr.s- er TPsuM potsih-ie lo re-ei- force '.his lllus- O'l tra'eri by a record of prirfts ar.d feiated rl7h'-s -orld trarie. a re- EGOS 10 producers: A large V.; A meirinn 45 A snail 24: B K; A JEfedVu'm 55 smiil '5 to W: E to POLI.TRY To proiucera. Li'.e f. over ?T; .5 ar.-! urjder 5. 23. TOVT! U.-.fier 4. 4 10 5. Ttr- Under 12. !2 to re-. over Live No. 2 rterd ar. '..-Jcxer. 15. e ar.d (Kenir.s icv; rejo-tia. K: 5 ar.d '..r.der 6. price Lr.cer 4, 4 to Under TO'.hly ezl'Trting 12, !2 to over tries competed for available 23. B--t u--> year the I pledger rr.unt prces i-r-'.t.-Jc.-.ed t >esn It '.'as Er-'-rply prices." L-.e Heavy bar- 1-id ij-j Laie LJ trjrir ...0- WELT the to de- for e.Trxjrt- EDMONTON- LONDON" 'CP) Premier er.ginsers s P.oc-ert Evjraisa of Qijtbec said soir.e cor.treM rjgjesticru rftre he has found a rerAva! they to play a oi busiMss in hi.; V; Athabas- Dro-.-jrce c'jrlna his le.-ns in financing th-e develra- of its James Bav area. 'The credit of Qijebeo Ls ex- he Lr: v-hat he terrctd the advar.tases of (fce "clean' hydroelectric to he developed as par. of the Bay project. Tbfi premier said he has found among financiers in To- rorto. VoriC ar.d Erirooe the Trill to ir. the big But he said i'. be mature to say whether likely to emerge from trip i to B'ritain. rif separatism becorrJr.? a Itv in He irdicattd he has had here arryjt possible project irt Ouebec other than Bay. E'J. he d-ec'ir.ed to specific. He also denied any sUEjesiion that comir.2 here to on to Paris for the :.ame a en the ties Cj'-ebec ar.d France. Mr. said Syncrude has a of meetings the and engi- neers durir.? the las t six ar.d have been !y atten.ptir.3 to co-operaie." crude Frank ras on a r.- said th-e company caa cerjt repon chichi said Syr.- exceeded in its crirfe Canada was rrt hir- hiring practices. eccjjgh .Alberta er.gj-eer: ''Sj-T-c-rxe has alrfcsdy dots to o r Ti on the development rr.ore than ar.y pro- OT :is Ey.O-miliinr! 1-ec-t developer Ln .Alberta, look- plant at Fort :r_g for vravs to involve Alberta The governrn-er.: firrr-5." has stip-ilated -wherever Ke said rsaiiy local cornpa- possinle. AloerUris however, -ere niiall spe- Canadjarrs oe given an _-- r fur.ity to participate in the py.- ;-ec- -jrhich is bejt p.'.'cation to the opera- Winnipeg Groin ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED A challenging opportunity rcr a qualified ycyng rr.on. incividucl rr-usl be to pro- dcce ci repcrli end ilalii- Jiccl dc'c. The applies't ir.C'j, d pc-siti i forme I n in CT eq-jivalenl depend uc-n end prtvicui sxperier.ce. stsSro fu'f educction, ex-ec'ed cr.d ether MR. F. M. INA6A CONTROLLER VAUXHALL FOODS LIMITED P.O. BOX 430, VAUXHALt, ALTA. i- ir-7! REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY AT A.M. HOGS SELL AT 1 1 A.M. Spsc.'sl i ruru ir, ps-.! 550IH AT II A.M. JATUSOAY, DEC. 2 Special Celt SATURDAY, DEC. 9 Calf Sule THUxSDAr, DSC. 21 C'-v? and Heifer Safe THURSDAY, JAN. 13 or.d Bred PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT JOHNNY CHARLTON 253 GARY JENSEN Oil industry needs tax incentives cott of oii e tier area.t fore. the Csna-iian 1--j. Fwr.da- tior- Rer.e .1. fxerr.ay of Cilgary. freso-jrer of ar.d Prod'jV.ion Car.ada LW said the er.'.erlr.a a era a.-, it moves rerr.o-te "'Tsx ir.cer.tives have aiv.ayz played ar. part in relating lo WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR AIL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Tract Truclfi Indent rial Ma chine Demo! ih on Anything JAacJe of COPfEB 82.AJS TrucV Carl TnJiif Sec In Ctanq CA57 National Salvage Company LIMITED fl F'ncr- 328-1731 HEW lOCATIOfl J04 33rd SlreH HorlS "Icfcp li Oyr 2'ji'.-i ,'t 'hit tsz l.i- plvit.o'. ..t V: PICTURE BUTTE AUCT1C Ideally in a taiil% CALF SALES BjjIHB FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE ff_ Wed., Dee. 6th at 1 p.m. 500 HEAD 500 RANCH CAIVES AND AIL CLASSES OF MARKET o r d H '-7 R q i i r g C c i, n 1 HOG DairY Cattle Sale EVERY Saturday at 1 p.m. BRED HEIFER AND STOCK SALE FRIDAY, DEC. 2Jnd AT 1 P.M. UST YOUfS HOGS AS1EM8LED MONDAY THPU fSIDAY fir InFsrmoMcn ar.4 JIM Of JOE JURIS Pkins 7W-4400 liiilngi tonlon pi0ure _ Alla SUIT. Auefion rr.orVrt 16 milM north "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" 3274423 TINORCI TIM Of.lSAX JIM HOY CICOH LES MAS TIN T240 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 323-2356 ;