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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2G HI? l WmHny, Trhrunry 7ft, 1972 Livestock market, report Lplhbilclgo Livestock tTcnds ill line lln- MCC'k. U.u choice lo choice Mcvrs 10 "il i-hoic'c hi'ifprs 31 M !i: lo Imv choice hcif CM'i "il1 10 "I. I'honv cows M..'iO lo yv..: :n cii i n m to L'WKl In and cullers Hi lo 22. llmiil lioloRiia hulls ' 1" .IT.t'.n- food Imlchcr hulls :H U) Good short keep sleers I to jii, to inc-dumi lo good feeler 10 fl.'il) pounds! M.ii; iWO-700 pounds) under His. 4.1 lo 45 30; fair lo medium Moer calves 40 lo 42.75; ge-n'l lielfcr cah'es 35.50 lo fair lo medium heifer eah'es :vl lo :i7.i'5 llnlcbcr hom last week sold incr hoiis sold II in 15. il fi'i'di'i- IWKS to '11 lo heavy feeder smvs -10 lo 74 The ncM .-al 1 p.m. Momia) hp held at Feb. 211. OTI'AWA (CP1 Callle de- liveries al Ihe 10 public stock- yards from Monday to Thurs- day this week totalled bead, 1.C.3II l.n.'il week and head below Mil1 corres- week a year ago. The agriculture department reported today lhal 11.107 head offered nt eastern mar- lirfslock report romjuned cr u'luhi hug prices averaged from 23 cents lo SI. GO higher. c: li o i c e steers- Montreal Toronto :I7-37.50; pep 35 Saskaloon 34. lid; Kclllionlon 3.I-M.75; U.S. SkyJab tracker location is Pouch Cove OTTAWA (CP) Canada nnd llnileed States have con- cluded an agreement under which a tracking station for the U.S. Skylab program will built at Pouch Cove, 111 miles from St. John's. Nfld. External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp announced Fri- a year lo anil require n slaff of engineers and technicians, 25 per cent o( whom will be Canadian. The facility will support the U.S National Aeronautics and Space Administration's manned Skylab program which Ls to eon- d u c t scientific investigations flood heifers: Montreal 251- 130.50; Toronto 34.50-35.50; Win- Perlich Livestock kct-s Ulis wllh I nijKU M-M, Saskatoon niv lo rims: rood ir.'.W, HICI'LACI: MKNTS linod hraiy icfdi'i -.lews over .'Y: 'n fCnl- hPlfpis M I" ijivcl sl.-cr cnh-pf ?lrx-k hcifnv cfilvos IV'. I" HOGS. liulchi'r IMS this KPPk at ll'.P UriilindgP yards (o Ivipo I'vict1. Tiere werr 450 sflld for1 fiqKKt pi irr romvncvl lo 22 Ib5. avf.l lo live- ivcighl. Wcanpr ,-ril hop 1.00 hi 2.W hichT. WoaiHTs In M.Z-0. Lkiil niuicr 100 10 ''2 f'-'edeni ri.-.T', all Good slockcr steers er steers i. ixmndsl -12 In cood fleshy feeder heif- ers i 300-6fiO pounds) .13 lo BOiKl sincker heifers MSO-Srid pounds) 3-1.50 to Tliere were of livp- Pcrlich Livestock fit ihe Mr.rkc't and Tciber Livestock TABKU Prairie. Livestock Ltd of Tnber reports on offer were 077 hesd of livestock, con- sisting of 298 cattle and 411) hogs. Trade was active with nil classes meeting good local de- mands Prices on nil classes held sleady to just a little stronger. Gixxl cows up 50 cents. Bred cows steady. Vcarling feeder Meers ftnd heiicrs steady SSccr and heifer calves little stronger. Weaner hops gained S2. Feeder hogs up 52 (o .M. Good cows sold 21 lo 2.1.50: fair to medium cows 22 trj 2-3.75. fair to medium stock- cows 250 lo good yearling i feeder fleers POO lo EDO to 40; fair lo medium feed- er sleers .16 to grad year- j ling feeder heifers lo fair to medium feeder heifers 31.30 lo 33: pnod steer calves 12.010 head nt vcslprn mar-j 12.r, kels. Exports of beof rallle to Ihp. United Slalcs Insi lo- lallnl 1M iioad, all poing Tor iinmedrale slaughter. Duspilc a drop ol more Ihrm in liTO.sltK.'k marketings, iid' oul oF provincp hliy-! prices remained slpady in most er to 37.2-5; med-1 Grain iiim heifer calves lo 34.50; j feeder heifers 30 (o 34, feeder i sleady lo 50 cents higher. Feed-! 50; Winnipeg '15-55; Saskatoon -------------------------------------------I 37-42.50; Edmonton 4W8. Gflod lambs: Toronto 34 15.50: Winnipeg 2B-36; Edmon- J.J1 11 CS (on 25.50-27.50: Calgary 25 50. Basic hogs; Toronto 33.30- Friday 'basis :I595; Vannipeg 29.BO-31.CO; Sas- couvcr nnd West Vancouver. On one side are of disgrnnllci! molorisls: on the oilier, environmentalists and propononls of rapid transit. Grain atoon ?fl.nO-30.20: Edmonton 29- cows 21 lo 2.1, All of feeder find weaner hogs sold at sharply hiulRT prices. flood v.cancrs tl to 15.75; plain or light weauers 5.00 to 10.5'l: feeders under 100 Ibs. to 23 depending on quality. Feeders over JOO Ib5. 'X, to 33' bred gilts 40 to M; light calves 100 lo 110 each. stock row sale Wed- nesday .March 2: 500 bead. Ixiw Close Passey heads ridiug club MAGRATH (HNS1 Mark Passey was elected president day I ho leniporarj- facility will whilo in earth orbit. It will provide command and telemetry data communications as Skylab passes over the North ing equipment and telephone Atlantic idler launch from Capt and telegraph systems in trans-: Kennedy in UK first hall of next portation vans. I , Scheduled for operal.on in DC- R TOi eember. it is cxpcclal lo cost i the Apollo command modiils that will ferry three astronaut! to the Skylab. Mr. Sharp said most ol i personnel mil be American be- (caiKe of (he temporary i of Ihe facility and Lhe short time available for training. Tenders already have been VANCOUVER (CP) Field for prepara'tion and con- Stores Ltd., which operates 431 of the facility from clothing stores in British Co- Newfoundland contractors. lumbia and Alberta, recently] _______________ reported a record profit of 51.- or coils n .share in 1371, compared with or 55.3 cents a share the previ- ous year. In addition, Field: include radio transmitting and receiving equipment, comput- ers, data handling and rccord- Clolhino; slores show record profil SF.ED MONTH Flai May M i Jly" 2fi2 2SI'-. 2BI'i Get aiSH 2M .i 265 Rapeseed Mar 249% Jun 2-1B ?J'JJi iScp MW't 'NOT '-'-19'.i Kapesecd Thunder Bay OTTAWA (CP) March, again this year, has been desig- reportcd j nated Good Seed Month by the agriculture depart- it an extraordinary gam of federa Business NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Trucks Industrial Demolition Anything Made of front COPPEP BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Load) Carlondi Truck Sccloi Magnet National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW 1OCATION Z06 33rd Sirool Norlh ''Scrap li Our Buiine Phone 328-1771 NEXT WEEK AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., Feb. 29th at a.m. 8GQ-HEAD-800 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE HIGHLIGHTED BY 50 stock cows and heifers 30 bred polled hereford 20 bred ongui 30 slacker steeri from Ed Murphy, Cowlfty SPECIAL 110 EWES from K. J. Litle SELLING AT 11 A.M. TUESDAY BOARD FEET DRESSED LUMBER AIL DIMENSIONS VARIOUS LENGTHS May Jly ?-i5T I Oct Nov i dais 1 May sir Jly Oct 70 j Barlcv ZH'a 2.11 VAN'COmSR International Lid. of Vancou- ver plans to expand Into I ha j May U.S. market wth a factory to I Jly manufacture (ravel Irailcrs Oct near Portland, Ore. j Ry President James A. FaUiion May said ho cipecls the j Jly square-font plant to begin pro- j Ort duction in early April to sene j a market, in sejven stales, Xeonex now produces travel j trailers nt planU Manitoba and lOC'i 103'.d TO 1051'i I09U z I by the Alberta Hog Producers i Marketing Boai-d: i Edmonton: No sales1 avor- ape Thursday 20 50. Red Deer: 11.45; average i Thursday 29.50. Calgary: 29.45; average i Thursday 29..11 I Lelhbridge: No sales; aver- age Thursday 29.77. i Lfnydminstcr: No sales: av- 1 eraee Tlun-sday (Irande Prairie: No Mies; average Tlnirsday 28.90. Total hogs sold Thui-sday j average 2fi.50, sows aver- age 20.0.1. Towcs. Jane Schmidt is secre- tary Directors will draw up n con- stitution before the next meet- ing in March. Beef futures WINNIPEG fCPl Live beef futures at close Friday March, 3520A; May, 14.40A; .July- .13.JOB. Thursday's volume: Six con- tracts. TODACrn FIR.M MONTREAL (CP) The ap- pointment of Edinond Ricard, 51, as president of Imperial To- bacco Products Ltd was an- nounced here. It is effective March I. Mr. Ricard, R native of Mon- treal, joined the firm's adver- tising department in and moved through the marketing division to the post of vice- president and general man- ager. Miices travel 1 m Wleiicv prone liirio. will be held MILT, CUTS HACK i PRINCE ALBERT Falling pulp pricra on the i world market has led to the layoff of 17 men at the pulp mill lierc. Vcra Bodenheimer, CALGAKY (CP) The Ca- jcct of a federal government in- vestigation, Dr. U. G. Chapman, director of food advisory bureau of the- food and drug directorate. The move was prompted by report from the United States j consumers union which said wieners there are sometimes contaminated TT i I h bacteria and have less protein, more _ fat, more chemicals and more I moisture than those of the 1930s. Dr. Chapman said In a tcle- phonn interview from Ottawa INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONIY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7lh STREET SOUTH vice-president in cliargo ol l.he mill, said here. SPECIAL MEETING i WINNIPEG (CP) Final arrangements have been made for a special meeting of share- holders of Federal Grain Ltd. on March 10 to vote ou a di- rectors' decision to sell l.he i grain assets of the company to Ihe three prairie wheat pools. A. S. Leach, chairman of Federal Grain, announced here that proxies and informational circulars are In he mailed lo shareholders Ihis week. ACQUIRES INTEREST that nothing harmful has been fmmd in Canadian weiners but in some aspects their contents are similar to those in the U.S, The consumers union f a i d nitrites, which form a chemical suspected nf contributing lo cancer, is used as a preserva- tive in U.S. wieners. A recent analysis of wieners for nitrites show "15 pails per million, as consumed." "The danger is minimal. People would have lo eat im- mense quantities of hot dogs to he. harmed." Spokesmen for Gainers Md. and Canada Packers Ltd. said their wieners contain 12 per cent WINNIPEG (CP) Hudson's protein and those of Burns Bay Co. has acquired an inter- j Foods Ltd. had between 10 and csl in Ihe (i. IV Jiohinson Co 12 cont prolem Ud., which operates stores in A Bllrns spokesman said in- i creased fat content had made Hamilton and Buriinglcn, Out. FEATURING TWO CATTLE SALES PER WEEK SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD Dolly FEEDER HOGS ond BABY CALF SALE Every Mondny Ol p.m. EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER nl Fncililipt For Fftcding and HOGS landing Hog. FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SALE Wed. oMO. a.m. SPECIAL STOCK CALF AND FEEDER CATTLE SALE Fri. at p.m. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Res. 328-3986 P.O. BOX SS 1-1-7 IETHBRIDGE Ed 358-3986 Ken Millor 758-6607 Mngrnth Lou DoJngcr 327- 9548 C. W. Hcnninrjcr 327-735-1 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS the wiener tasle letter. BIG PLANT A inusliroom 10 inches in cli- amcler and u'ei.chirtc nearly pounds wa.s found in llaly, REGULAR CATTLE SALE WATCH FOR THESE SALEJ GRANT FLETCHER FARM SALI WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th CLAYTON PEARSON CALF SAH MONDAY, MARCH ?0th BILL SANCSTER AND JACK SCHMIDT FARM SAK WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23nd TABER AND DISTRICT BEEF BREEDERS ASSOC. 3rd ANNUAL SPRING BULL SALE SATURDAY, APRIL lit PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3971, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auclioneer: JOHNNY CHARITON Lie. 293 Salei Manager GARY JENSEN PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally locnled In iho of a Inrqn cnlll. Fnodlng nnrl HOR Roiling Country Feeder and FAT CATTLE every Wednesday cit p.m. 300 HEAD FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE Sprvlefi fc Trucking Branding Vaccinating A Order Buying A- Govcrnmon! Veterinary it Feeding Pens Cattle Sale Saturday at 1 p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED Monday thru Friday For Information nnd contact JIM OT JOE JURIS Picturei Bulto Auction Market Plcturn Bullc, Alto. Auction maikct localrd 16 milci north of Lolhbridn" Highwn 'hond 7.12-4-100 THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS from leading hog TUES., at 1 p.m. WEANERS FEEDERS SOWS BOARS DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL 6 Top Quality Springing HolsJein Heifer" SPECIAL! Following The Hog Tuos., MJ, 29lh BOARD FEET LUMBER All Dimcntioni Varioul Linglhl Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday thru Friday SOUTHERN ALBERTA RANCHERS! STOCK COW AND BRED HEIFER SALE WED., MARCH 1st ot 1 p.m. 600 COWS AND BRED HEIFERS VARIOUS BREEDS ALL PREGNANCY EXAMINED Your Source For Top Quality Rancli-Roiied Foundation StocV BUY TOP QUALITY CALVES FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 500 HEAD 500 SPRING ROUND-UP BULL SALE WED., MARCH 15th 100 TOP QUALITY RANCHER BULLS FOR THE PUREBRED AND COMMERCIAL BREEDERS HEREFORD5 ANGUS SHORTHORNS LISTINGS CLOSED SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHAROLAIS SALE WED., MARCH 22nd PUREBRED AND RECORDED BULLS AND FEMALES COMMERCIAL REPLACEMENT HEIFERS There it n lot of interest in Charoltm. Plan In yourf pi Ihil widely advertised inle. Listings close March WESTERN CANADA'S EXOTIC BREEDS SALE WED., MARCH 29th 11 A.M. MAINE ANJOU MURRY GRAY 5IMMENTAL LIMOUSIN 9 WELSH DIACK CHIANINA BROWN SWISS EUllS AND FEMALES LISTINGS CLOSE MARCH 6TH PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. locnlrd tn Huh Of Soullirrn Albrrln'i livnloctt InHuilry 3 Milei East of Lothbriclgo on Htrjliwny 3 nnd 'i Milo South BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NJGHT 328-395) ;