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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE lETHBRIDGE Saturday, July 21, 1973 NICK HAALAND AUCTION SALE 6 miles north and 6 west of Vauxhall or 8 miles cast of Enchant (1 north Circle Hill Hall) MONDAY, JULY 30th SALE TIME TERMS: CASH Having received instructions from Mr. Nick Haaland we will offer the following by public auction: TRACTORS, COMBINE AND TRUCK model 55 tractors, 1 gas and 1 diesel; IHC WD9 tractor; JD model A, new tires. JD model 55 14' SP combine pickup and cutting alt.; 1953 Mercury 3 ton box and hoist. LIVESTOCK 100 laying hens. STORAGE TANKS gal. fuel tank, hose and stand; 2-200 gol. fuel tanks. MACHINERY JD 12' PTO swather; Cockshutt 10' deep tillage culti- vator; Victory 11' blade; Oliver NX double disc; Cockshutt 10 DD press drill; MM 8' oneway on rubber; JD side delivery raks on rubber; Kirchner ditcher. Land packer. 10' float; JD 14" hammermill; Robin 32' grain auger, 10 h.p. motor. MISCELLANEOUS Vi ton hoist, electric drill, shovels, bars, chains, ham- mers, saws, Vi h.p. motor with grinder, table saw fencing tools; quantity rough planks cedar siding, shingles, posts, water pumps, plast'c hose; number other articles. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Stockholm electric cream separator; 3 burner gas stove; crocks, jars; chairs; waffle iron. Sherlock Manning piano old dresser and table; rocking chair; table; other articles too numerous to mention. SALE CONDUCTED BY Hammon and Oseen Auction Service TURIN, ALBERTA AUCTIONEERS DEAN OSEEN JERRY HAMMON ALLAN E6LAND License 010386 License 010385 license 010101 Phone 739-2185 Phone 738-4340 Phone 643-2108 Turin, Alberta Turin, Alberta Carmangay, Alto. Clerk BOB SHEARER Phone 328-8789 CASHIERS Geoff DeBoer Ph. 757-2419 Glen Anderson Ph. 643-2229 MYRON KEMPER Farm Auction Sale 2 miles north, 1 mile west and 1 mile north of Chin or 6 miles east and 2 north and 1 east and 1 north of Coaidale THURSDAY, AUG. 2nd 1 p.m. 1973 LUNCH SERVED Having been favored with from Myron Kemper, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. Terms: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement In full before removal from the premises. TRACTORS IHC Gas. 2500 hrs., new rubber, PTO, Hyd. TA; 1-460 IHC Gas. Row Crop. "3W-Hyd" TA, PTO; 1-Farmall "H" new tires, PTO, belt pulley, only few hours on overhaul; tractor cab. TRUCK 3 ton No. 60 Chev. with new 300 bus. steel box and hoist; Truck box. COMBINES AND SWATHERS No. 542 Coekshutt SP combine 15', 12' belt type pickup, "Al SP combine? Cockshutt No. 2, 15' swather (new 1-IHC mower No. 16, PTO. HOG FEEDING EQUIPMENT hole Sioux 120 bus. cap. self feeders; 1-12 hole self feeder, 50 bus. cap.; 2-3 hole Jamisdon feedersj 1-4 hole; hole feeder; cattle head gate TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 1-4 bottom IHC plow; 1-10' JD oneway; 1-10' IHC No. 9A double disc; 6 sect. JD flex harrows with drawbar; 8 sect. Diamond harrows, 3 sect, lever harrow; IHC double disc; Ford No. 224 tandem heavy duty tandem disc (like !HC cultivator; Graham Hoeme plow, hyd. lift (new Calkins trashmaster, rod weeders; rod attach.; 1-4' packer; 1-16' JD Surflex; 1-12 "K6" IHC press drill (low 1-32' Weed sprayer (150 gal. Eversman land leveller; bug; manure spreader on rubber; Robin post auger P.T.O.; Rotor tiller MTD with "reverse gal. galv. water tank; gal. 2 comp. fuel tank and stand; gal. single fuel tank and stand; Quantity barbed and page wire; 300' lumex 1-20' flat deck 4 wheel trailer; HP motor, 7x9 motor. 1-7 HP Wise motor; Allied groin auger, 27 Robin auger, Approx. 500' square ft. corrugated roofing HOUSEHOLD washer Drier, 220 electric; 5 burner elect, stove; lenard 12 cu. ft. refrigerator; Chrome table, chairs, dishes; ware crock (5 gal.) end more misc. items. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT U mile Iraco wheel move sprinkler; 20 pc. 5" x 30' main line, straight; 20 pc. 5" x 30' main line, with volves; Valve openers "Z" pipes, suction hose; F-244 6 cylinder continental (Red Seal) stationary motor, serial No. 17698, propane or N. gas; Berkley 5" pump on tandem cart; Morse 6" irr. pump and PTO cart; "Z" pipe suction hose and screens; 10 pc. 5" X 20 main line; 30 pc. 4" x 20 and 28 pc. 3" x 20' and 35 risers ond heads; 1-2" Irrigation pump; ditcher, hyd. lift; type ditch filler. MISCELLANEOUS AND SHOP Ib. propane tank; ib. propane tank and forth; cylinders; vises, post drill, 6v bat. eJicins; Cattle dehorner; amp. Forney welder, brazing torch, soldering iron; Shovels, fork, and many other items. SPECIAL 14' fiberglas boot, 40 Johnson motor ond Gotor trailer ond lifebeli, oars; children's swings SADDLE HORSES AND EQUIPMENT broke U horse marej yn. old gelding; bridles, hockamore. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX IDS, COAIDALE, ALTA. "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information Phone 345-3534 or the owner. Cashier: Phyllis Handley Auctioneer Auctioneer Auctioneer let Kandley Fred Burton Roger Handley lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 lie. No. 010121 Gold futures WINNIPEG (CP) Gold futures, U.S. funds, Winni- peg Commodity Exchange at close Friday: Jly 73 118.50A: Oct 73 122.00B; Jan 74 126.00B; Apr 74 130.50A; Jly 74 134.35A. Thursday's, volume: 90 con- tracts. Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beef futures at close Friday. Jly 46.60N; Sep 49.75A; Nov 49.00; Jan 49'.10N. Thursday's volume: 12 con- tracts. Weekly livestock report Ottawa Livestock OTTAWA (CP) Slaughter cattle sold stockyards at the 10 public from Monday to Thursday this week totalled 557, nearly 400 less than last week, the agriculture depart- ment reported Friday. Slaughter unlike slaughter calves, sold well un- der good demand in the east. Veal calf prices, which were THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET 300 TO 500 HOGS SELL TUES., at 1 p.m, ALSO -DAIRY COWS -BABY CALVES -SHEEP Market Hogs Shipped Daily YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE AND CALVES Thursday -1 p.m. 800 HEAD 800 ANOTHER GIGANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE FEATURING HARVEST EQUIPMENT WED., JULY 25th, 10 A.M. For Further Information Contact TONY VIRGINILLO PHONE 345-4291 INCLUDED WITH THE EQUIPMENT SALE FEET OF LUMBER VARIOUS DIMENSIONS PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located in the Hub of Southern Alberta's Livestock Industry 3 miles east of Lethbridge on Highway 3 and mile south BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 FRANK KOTASEK AUCTION SALE Located 2 miles South of Green Acres Drive-In or directly East of Lethbridge Airport TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED FRIDAY JULY 27 1 p m. SHA.P Having received in structions from Mr. Kotasek, we will offer for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS 1-1968 Coekshutt 1750 diesel tractor with cob, 2000 hrs. fully equipped, excellent condition. 1-IHC track tractor 06 mode with Isaacson trac doier; PTO and-pulley. Lights, under carriage and motor, in good condition. 1-Super M tractor IHC, fully equipped. HAMMER MIU Gehl 14 inch hammer mill. TRUCKS Fargo ton truck, fleetside, V-8 engine, grip tires. This outfit is in good condition. Mercury 3 ton truck, hoist and combination grain and beet box, good rubber. COMBINE 1-Cockshutt model 428 combine, 12 ft. platform with pickup, A-l condition. MACHINERY 1-IHC Nc. 40 4 row beet drill, power lift, various seed plates; 1-IHC 12 ft. double disc, hydraulic and transports; 1-IHC model 45T 1-IHC mower to fit Super A; Weed sprayer on tondem trailer, 30 ft. booms; ft. deep tillage cultivator, double soring and ft bale loader on transport; 1-Kirchner 12 ft. land plane, hydraulic and automatic; 1-Massey Harris 12 ft. rod weeder; 1-9 ft Graham Hoeme plow, lever; 1-Craftsman U ditcher; 1-Chattin ditcher; 1-IHC 3 bottom plow, 1-IHC No. 5LW side delivery rake; 1-IHC 12 ft. press drill; 1-12 ft- Crow Foot packers; diamond borrows ond hitches; beet Meyers ditch filler; Evsrsman 254 yard land bucket; 1-1KC beef harvester, 1 row. SWATHER (1967) Mode! 502 self propel swather, 12 ft. platform, hydraulic life, like new, GRAIN AUGER ft 6 inch ouger with Briggs ond Straff on gas engine. MISCELLANEOUS Harris electric cream separator; IS yards rubber 1-Robin post hole ouaer; 200 ft. inch rubber hose; Pipe threoders; large quantity new oluminum sheeting (150 Chains; Shoe tools; 1-WheeJbonow; Quantity pf lumber and power poles; Quantity of barb ond page wire; Water troughs; Old machinery and scrap iron; Torps; Pumper bovy, pump ond motor; Windows; Sump pump; Aspholt siding and roofing; Household effectt. The description as to condition or otherwise as on each item is merely a guide ond is in no way a war- ranty or goorontee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer nor the owner are responsible for any errors in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lcttifaridge Office Phone 328-3951 Company license 071465 JOE PERLICH lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 SERTA BOB BALOG lie. 067454 Phone MILK RIVER ED TORSHER lie. 012467 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA lie. 010292 TONY PERLICH lie. 0102922 Phone 328-9872 UTHSRIDGE, AlBERTA steady in the west, declined in the east. Approximately feeder cattle and calves sold, a de- crease of 500 from last week. About sheep and lamb were sold, an increase of 769 over last week. The increased offerings, coupled with demand decreases on the Winnipeg and Toronto markets, resulted in lower prices. Good lamb prices remained steady on the three far-west markets while Winnipeg closed to lower and Toronto to lower. Index 100 hogs sold for high- er prices in all centres. West- ern prices were to higher and eastern prices were up by to Wholesale prices for A-l steer carcasses varied last week. Western prices were steady to 32 cents lower at to and eastern prices were 40 cents lower to 75 cents higher at to A-l heifer prices were un- even with western prices barely steady to 31 cents lower at to and, eastern prices barely steady to higher at to Trading in pork bellies was generally stronger. Western prices gauied at and eastern prices rose to Manitoba was the exception, with prices dropping 25 cents to Slaughter cattle, steers A-l and A-2: Calgary 45-47; Edmon- ton 45-46; Saskatoon 44.25 td 46.50; Winnipeg 45.50 to 46.50; Toronto 48.50 to 49. Heifers, A-l and A-2: Calgary 42.50 to 44; Edmonton 42 to 43; Saskatoon 41 to 42; Winnipeg 41.50 to 43; Toronto 45.56. D-l and D-2 Cows: Calgary 33 to 35; Edmonton 33.50 to 34.50; Saskatoon 34.50 to 36.25; Winnipeg 35 to 36; Toronto 36 to 37. Lethbridqe Livestock Sales Monday to Friday: 120 cattle; 345 calves; hogs, 318 lambs. SUMMARY Slaughter cattle 50-75 higher. Replacement cattle steady to strong. Cattle market active. Slaughter steers and heifers meeting very good demand, prices 50 more higher. Cows strong to 75 higher, with can- ner and cutters showing most of the gain. Bulls steady. All classes of replacement cattle continue to meet keen demand from local buyers at steadv to strong prices. SLAUGHTER CATTLE Steers: Al and A2 44.25- 45.20, Heifers: A 1 and A2 41-42, Cows: Dl and D2 33.50-35, D3 32-33, D4 30-32.50, Bulls: good 38-39. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Good feeder steers over 750 Ibs. 46-50, good feeder steers under 750 Ibs. 48-52, good feed- er heifers 42-44. HOGS AMD LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge Public Stock- yards 55.45-57.55 base price. This is the highest price that has ever been received for butcher hogs at Lethbridge. Good lambs 36. Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Oilseeds again advanced the biddable limit, dosing 20 cents higher in all months except the July rapeseed, which was up 17. July oats and barley were up their respective limits of eight and 10 cents, while the more distant months made smaller but still substantial gains. Rye was 3% to 1% high- er. Thursday's volume of trade was bushels of flax, of rye and of rapeseed. Overseas clearances of wheat included bushels to China, to Japan, 3.- to the Soviet Union and to Brazil. High Low Close Flax Jly 930 Oct 889 Nov 858 Dec 844 Rapeseed Vancouver Sep 778 Nov 732 Jan 720 Mar 716 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Jly 740 Oct 88 SB 720 Nov 702 Dec 668 Ostc Jly ITBft Oct 162 158 161 Dec 139 135 136% Barley Jly 256% 256% Oct 248 240'4 241 Dec 241 240 Rye Jly 278 271 276 Oct 282 270 275 Dec 283 276U Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian Funds at noon FYidav was up J- 50 at 23-24. Pound sterling up 33-50 at 4-5. Slaughter calves, good choice veal: Edmonton 65 to 63; Saska- toon 57 to 59.50; Winnipeg 60 to 75; Toronto 51 to 62; real 64 to 68. Feeder steers over 750 pounds: Calgary 44 to 48.40; Edmonton 44 to 49; Saskatoon 41.50 to 42.75; Winnipeg 42 to 49; Toronto 44 to 48. Feeder steer calves 401 to 575 pounds: Calgary 49 to 56; Ed- monton 50 to 60; Saskatoon 45 to 52.75; Winnipeg 53 to 55; To- ronto 52 to 58. Good lambs: Calgary 36; Ed- monton 35 to 38; Saskatoon 31 to 32.50; Winnipeg 34 to 34.50; Toronto 42 to 45; Montreal 44 to 47. Index 100 hogs dressed: Cal- gary 55.05 to 57.35; Edmonton 46.10 to 58.10; Saskatoon 54.50 to 56.85; Winnipeg 53.75 to 29.50; Toronto 60.40 to 65.50; Montreal Mocleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On offer at Fort Macleod Auction Mark- et this week were 686 head. The upward market trend continued this week on stackers and feeders, as well as on fat cattle. All classes of slaughter cattle sold 50 cents to 75 cents higher. As far as choice and medium steers are concerned, there were insufficient receipts to quote an accurate market. Good to low choice heifers 42 to 42.70; medium heifers 41 to 42; good cows 34 to 35.80; med- ium cows 32 to 34; canners and cutters 29 to 31; good bologna bulls 38.70 to 40.20. Good short keep feeder steers and bulls (850 to pounds) 45 to 46.70; good green stacker steers (500 to 650 pounds) 50 to 57.75. Good feeder heifers (700 to 10 pounds) 41.50 to 43; good green heifers (500 to 650 pounds) 47.10 to 49.80. Good fleshy heifers and med- ium green kinds in the same weight range 43.00 to 46.00. Perlich Livestock There were head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Be- ceipts included 600 cattle and hogs. Cattle market on all feeder cattle met a keen de- mand at higher prices. Price quotations as follows: SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 steers 44.50 to 45.20; Al and A2 heifers 41.00 to 41.90; Dl and D2 cows 33.00 to 35.00; D4 cows 29.00 to 32.50; Bologna bulls 38.50 to 40.50. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steer calves (400 to 500 Ibs.) 58.00 to 60.0Q; light yearling steers (500 to 650 Ibs.) 50.00 to 60.00; feeder steers (650 to 800 Ibs.) 47.00'to 50.00; feeder steers (over 800 Ibs.) 44.00 to 48.20; Holstein and shortkeep keep steers 43.10 to 45.00. Heifer calves (400 to 500 Ibs.) 46.00 to 50.50; green yearling heifers 46.00 to 50.00; feeder heifers 42.00 to 45.00; feeder cows 32.00 to 35.00; medium quality cow-calf pairs 400 to 485. HOGS AND DAIRY CATTLE Market hogs (dressed weight) 57.35; good weaners 25.00 to 31.75; light weaners 17.50 to 24.00; feeders (under 100 Ibs.) 33.00 to 37.00; feeders (over 100 Ibs.) 39.W to 70.50; feeders (over 100 BJS.) 39.00 to 70.50; bred sows and gilts 120.00 to 192.50; baby calves 100.00 to 120.00. Gold prices WINNIPEG (CP) Gold futures, U.S. funds, Commodity Exchange dose Thursday. Jly 73 115.50A; Oct 73- 119.50A: Jan 74 123.00A; Apr 74 _ 127.50A; Jly 74 131.50A. Wednesday's volume: 33 con- tracts. Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Imperial Oil Ltd.. six months ended June 30: 1973, 73 cents a share; 1972, 000, 61 cents. Texaco Canada Ltd., six months ended June 30: 1973, a share; 1972, Grain prices CHICAGO (AP) Grain quotations Friday: Wheat: Jul Sep Corn: Jul 3.70; Sep Dec 2.36; Mar May 2.33. Dec. Mar 2.88; May 2.82.1 Oats: Jul 1.06. REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY AT 11.00 A.M. Don't be content-to accept offer