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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE U1HBRIDGE HfRAlD Salurdoy, June 3, Terrorist gang mastermind captured after gun battle FRANKFURT (AP) Police with an armored car blasted the hideout of a terrorist gang today and captured leading gang members wanted in a re- cent series of political bombings, across West Germany. Federal police Identified two of thoso arrested as Andreas Baadcr, 29, accused of being co-leader of the Baader-Meinnoi gang, and Holgar Klaus Meins, 30, believed to be one of Baad- er's top lieutenants. The gang's Red Army Faction is blamed for the recent wave of bomb attacks on United Stales army bases, police sta- tions and other buildings. Blasts at U.S. military instal- lations in Frankfurt May 11 and at Heidelberg May 17 killed tour American soldiers and injured others. Baader lias been wanted since he was freed from prison in a hootout in West Berlin in May 970. He was serving a threc- term lor arson. Ulrike ileinhof, a left-wing womai journalist, was accused hav jig engineered the escape. Beef futures bee futures close Friday. Jly 37.SOB; Sep 35.75N Nov 35.70A. Thursday's volume: No con- tracts. Oltaiva iveekly livestock report COMING SALES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET A. S. BROSIUS FARM AUCTION MONDAY, JUNE 5th, 10 A.M. SEE LI5TIMG ON PAGE 10 JTues., June 6th at a.m. 750 --HE AD -750 T from D. from Palmer Ranch, Hillspring WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th SPRING HORSE SALE LISTINGS INVITED Wm "BILL" COX and ARNOLD JORDAN COMBINED FARM AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 10th, 10 A.M. SEE LISTING ON PAGE 10 FRIDAY, JUNE 16th IAST CHANCE BULL SALE ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY JUNE 5TH OTTAWA (CP) Cattle de- iverics at Canada's 10 major public stockyards from Tues- day through Thursday totalled 29.1S5 head, up head Irom week which included the Vic- toria Day holiday. Eastern market deliveries were liead. Western mar- ket deliveries totalled lie ad. Exports of beef cattle to the U.S. totalled 155 head 154 for slaughter and one feeder. Average prices for choice steers were up to 75 cents high- er. Choice heifers ranged from 75 cents lower to higher. Cows were steady to higher while bulls were low er to higher and feeders cents lower to higher. Hog varied from 70 cents lower t> 5 cents higher in. most cen es. Choice steers: Montreal 37t 7.50; Toronto 37 to 38; Winn! eg 38 to 38.50; Saskatoon 36.5 o 37.50; Edmonton 36.50 t 7.25; Calgary 37 to 38. Good heifers: Montreal 30 t 34; Toronto to 35.50; Win ipeg 34 to 35; Saskatoon 32.7 o 33.50; Edmonton 34 to 34.50; Calgary 34 to 35. Good cows: Montreal 26.50 to 8.25; Toronto 26 to 27; Winni- peg 29 to 30; Saskatoon 28 to 9.75; Edmonton 27.50 'o 28.50; Calgary 27 to 29. Good feeder steers: Toronto 33 to 44; Winnipeg 36 to 46; Livestock market report askatoon 35.50 to 42.50; Ed- lonton 37 to 44; Calgary 36 to 3. Good and choice veal calves; lontreal 50 to 55.50; Toronto 5 to 55; Winnipeg 50 to 60; askatoon 44.50 to 52; Edmon- xin 59 to 63.50. Good lambs: Toronto 38 to 2; Winnipeg 40 to 43.50; Ed- monton 33; Calgary Grade A hogs: Toronto 33.45 i 35.35; Winnipeg 20.90 to 3215; Saskatoon 28.75 to 30; Edmonton 29.C5 to 29.95; Cal- gary 29.45 to 29.75. Lethbridge Livestock Sales Monday to Friday 277 cattle; 119 calves; hogs; and 88 lambs. Butcher cattle prices were Good feeder heifers 32 to 36. i [air to medium, 44 to 45.75. Good stock heiJer calves, 36 Good heifer calves, 37 to (0 M 39.75; fair to medium, 35.50 to Crash barriers to be located on Highway 2 EDMONTON (CP) Crash barriers will be set up at some hazardous spots on Highway 2 between Edmonton and Cal- gary, the Alberta highways de- partment announced today. Crash barriers, of which there are 10 types, catch and hold a moving vehicle, absorb its energy and slow it down. The decision to set up crash barriers was because of the ris- ing incidence of the type of ac- cident in which vehicles smash Into concrete piers at under- passes or lamp and sign posts. generally steady. Replacement ca'tlo were steady to stronR. Cattle market active. Good and choice butcher steers met good demand at steady to strong prices. Good to low choice bu'cher heifers about steady. All classes of cows sold readily at firm rates. Bulls were steady. Medium and good stockcr and feeder cattle continued to meet keen demand from local buy- ers a' strong prices. SLAUGHTERS Steers, choice, 37 to 37.70; good, 30 to 36.75. Heifers, low, choice, 34.25 to 34.70; good, 33.50 to 34. Cows, good, 27.90 to medium, 25.50 to 27.25; canners and cutters 20 to 25. Bulls, good, 28.50 to 30. REPLACEMENTS Good heavy feeder steers over 850 Ibs., 36 'o 39. Good light stock steers 38 to 40. HOGS, LAMBS Weaner hogs, 16.25 to J8.50. Butcher hogs sold this week Llghi feeder hogs, 19 to 25. a! the Lethbridge yards 29.45 >o sows> 70 to 90. 29.90 base price. The next sale will be held Thcro were 450 sold for ex- Monday, June 5. Sale time Is port, price converted to 23.60 For ustmgs you may liveweight. Weaner and feeder hogs sold fully steady. Weaners 22M921- 12.25 to 21.75. Light feeders un- der 100 Ibs., 20.75 to 27.75. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs., 27 to 41.50 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 30 to 37 per hundred- Liberal parly official resigns EDMONTON Barry Kirkham, a Vancouver lawyer who is past president of the Ed- monton Liberal Association, said today he is resigning from the party because of its eign ownership policy. Mr. Kirkham who recently moved from Edmonton, now is an executive in the Liberal Party Constituency Association of cabinet minister Ron Basford In Vancouver Centre. weight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs., 23 to 27 per hundred- weight. Bred sows and gilts 65 to 110 per head. Good lambs sold 30.75 to 31. THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET Rapeseed, rye, flax quotas set 403'2M-3315 AUCTION MARKET I W M. "BILL" COX ARNOLD JORDAN COMBINED FARM AUCTION SALE 1 mila west of Fort Macleod on Hwy. 3. Torn north on Hwy. 2, continue 1 mile to Spring Point Road. Follow Spring Point Road west 18 miles, then 'A mile north. SATURDAY, JUNE 10th-10 a.m. IUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS: CASH McCormick WD 6 'Diesel' bell pulley, lights, flood rub. ber good working condition; McCorimck WD 9 'Diesel' live hydraulic system, cab, lights, good rubber, good work- ing cond., JO MC 'Col' gas, with dozer blade hydraulic controlled, running condition, Massey Harris 44 gas', fair rubber. TRUCKS 1950 IHC Ion truck with grain box. 1959 Mercury ton truck, running condition. CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, DRILLS, AUGERS 8 fl Victory V blade; 6 ft. JD one way with seeder altach.i 12 ft. Massey high wheel double disc drill with fertilizer attach., good working order; McCormick 4 bot- tom disc plow, 13 ft. Jeffroy cultivator; 12 fl. cultivator, 1 older type double disc drills, good for parts; 18 ft. May- rath 6 inch grain auger with gas engine; 16 ft. Mayratn 4 inch grain cuger. SPRAYERS, MOWERS, RAKES, BALERS, ETC. Weed co-op 2-4-D field sprayer, 200 gol. tank with 48 ft. booms; 6 ft. Cockshutt no, 15 mower with extra blades; 7 fl. Cockshult no. ISA mower with extra blades; 7 ft. McCormirk mower, 5 wheel Farmhand side delivery rake; one dump rake; 6 balo stooker; Oliver 60 baler, working condition; Oliver 50 boler, working condition; 12 ft swather, PTO with canvas; rubber tired bale w'ogon- harrows; trailer; 2-two compartment fuel tanks, 400-100 and 250-500 gal. cop.; wagon running gears and wagon wheels. ANTIQUES 5 legged oak dining room tafals with 5 leaves and 4 chairs; 2 antique bedsteads; dresser wilh bevelled mirror; drop-leaf dining room lablo with extra leaves; no. of kerosene and gas lamps; no. of fruit jars, 3 locker boxes, 2 old cupboards; 2 old butler churns, quantity of old books; GE washing machine with daily dipper; hand cronk forge wilh duck nest; old type jack; wagon lack; old-time broad axes; Peter Wright anvil; no. 40 vice; quantity of traps; number of eld horse collars, bridles, halters, harness, road slips; old-type fanning mill with bagger attach.; "tiro shrinker" or "tire number of old wagon wheels. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Chrome table wilh 4 chairs; kilchen table wilh 4 chairs; McClary "propono" 4 burner stove; oil stove; Servol "propane" refrigerator; propane hoi plole; 2 andirons for fireplace; cream separator, 8 old crocks; bathroom fixtures, microscope Bet. MISCELLANEOUS "Post-Drill" bits; tap and die sel; anvil; hammers; wrenches; saws; socket sets; battery chargers; 2 elecyic motors tone with grindstone; log chains; 12 rolls barb wire; 2 hydraulic jacks; Vi ton hoistj one hydraulic ram; 1 collie scratches one buzz saw; one stocV saddle; bridle; No. of 5 gal. cans; very largo quantity of scrap iron. LIVESTOCK 30 head of qualify ranch cows with calves at foot. 3 saddle horses. REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY AT p.m. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TAflER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer! JOHNNY CHARLTON tic. 293 Sales Manager GARY JENSEN A. W. BROSIUS FARM AUCTION SALE 1 mile west of Fort Macleod on Hwy. 3. Turn north on Hwy. 2, continue 1 mils to Spring Point Road. Follow Spring Point Road west 23 miles, then mile south. MONDAY, JUNE 5th-10 a.m. LUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS: CASH CULTIVATORS, BALERS, DRILLS, COMBINE, ETC. Oliver 9 ft. cultivolor, 'level type'; Bale slooker 'Kelvin Thompson' 10 bole cap, Case 12 ft. hoo drill ,7 ing wilh Kirschmann fertilizer attach.; Oliver 12 fl. double disc drill with ferlilizor attach.; Cockshvtt 6 ft._ one way tiller with teeder atloch. ond packers; 14 ft. single disc; Deerina no. 9 horse drown mower, PTO type binder; Cockshutl no. 2 II. fTO swalher; Advance Rumely threshing machine; Oliver sid. delivery rake, rubber tires, Melroy pickup, reel and cutter bar; Inland sprayer 32 ft. with pump and reg., JD 12 ft. no. 400 rod weeder, 21 fl. 6 inch Mayrath grain auger with Briggs-Slrallon motor; lo ft 4 inch grain auger; McCoy Rend roller PTO auger, good condition; IHC 6 ft. culter bar PTO plus extra knives; Mc- Cormick 7 fl. cut PTO "three point flat deck 14x8 with JD running gear, rubber tires. Perlieh Livestock There were head ol livestock sold this weak at Per- lien Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 966 cattle and 840 hogs. Market on all classes of live- stock continues s'rong. Choice steers, 37 to 37.80; medium steers, 35 to 37; no fat heifers on offer; good cows, 21 to 28.70; medium cows, 25 to 27; canners and cutters, 21 to 24; bologna bulls, 28 to 29.70; and over-fat bulls down to 23. Light stock steers sold 46 to 50.50; fleshy steers under 600 Ibs., 42 to 45; feeder steers 600 to 850 39 to 43; steers over i 850 Ibs., 35 'o 38.30; holstein WINNIPEG (CP) The Can- steer calves, 37 to 4125; hol- adian Wheat Board has stein feeder steers, 33.30 lo 36; announced immediate changes light stock heifer calves sales n producer delivery quotas for i0 46 on light weights 37 to rye, flaxseed and rapeseed. 40.50; fleshy heifer calves iin- A five-bushel increase, rats- der 600 Ibs., 35 to 36.50; feeder ing the regular rye quota to 25 heifers, 33 to 35; feeder cows oushels from 20 a quota acre, 23 to 26.40; cow-calf pairs, 325 Kas been authorized at all de- to S30: bred cows, 300 to 325. livery points in the designated Market' hogs, dressed weight, area. 29.45 to 29.95; weaner hogs 16 A two-bushel Increase, rais- to 20.50; light weaners, 12 to ing the regular flaxseed quota 15.50; feeders under 100 Its., 24 to 15 bushels from 13 a quota to 20; feeders over 100 Ibs., 33 acre, has been authorized for to 42; bred gilts and sows, 53 all delivery points. to 100; baby calves C4 to 86; In addition, a special flaxseed I and light beef type calves 102.50 quota has been introduced in to 175. order to maintain flow o! Special sale Wednesday, Juna flaxseed deliveries to western 114, 500 heifers, 500 to 650 Ibs. domestic crushing plants. An additional increase ot five bush- els a quota acre in the regular quota has been authorized for deliveries to domestic crushing plants. Deliveries on this quota, based on acres currently as signed to the delivery of flax seed to country elevators, can i only be made to crushing plants classes holding steady, at the present time. All classes of hogs wri An increase in the special etronger. quota for rapeseed also has Good to choice butcher been authorized. The increase, steers, 37 to 37.70; fair to med amounting to an additional five- mm, 35.50 to'36.90. bushels a quota acre, may only Good to choice butcher helf be used for deliveries to dom- ers, 34.50 to 35.00; fair to med- estlc crushing plants. 'um> 3.3 34.2s. Producers who take full ad- Good cows, 27 to 28.60; fair vantage of the additional deliv- to medium, 24 to ery opportunities for flaxseed I Cow calf pairs, 330 to 370. and rapesecd will not be able to SOWS -BOARS SELL TUES., at I p.m. ALSO DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 6th 5 TOP QUALITY HO1STEIN COWS 3 to S yean old All milking 4 bred to Limousin WESTFA1LA MILKING UNIT SINGLE (LIKE NEW) 814 IB. BUTTERFAT QUOTA WILL SELL AS A UNIT 130 YOUNG BEEF TYPE CALVES Market Hogs Shipped Daily Taber Livestock TABER On offer for this week's sale were 920 head of livestock consisting of 395 cat- tie and 525 hogs. Trade was active with FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 600-HEAD-600 SPECIAL REPLACEMENT HEIFER SALE WED., JUNE 14th 1 P.M. 500 YEARLING HEIFERS HEREFORD-ANGUS and CROSSBREDS make any further deliveries to Bulls, 25.25 to 28.80. Good yearling feeder steers, country "elevators" until the to 41.10; fair to medium, ular quotas for both grains go 36 to 38. above 20 bushels a quota acre. Good yearling feeder heifers, 133.50 to 35; fair to medium, 31.75 to 33.25. Good steer calves, 46 to 48; J.D. 24T BALER 2 yemi olrf, excellent condition KESSTON HAY BINDER PTO wilh hydraulics, 10 ft. tut Only 2 years old COCKSHUTT 422 COMBINE Wisconsin Heavy Duty Air-Cooled Engine 6 foot widlh TRACTORS McCormick WD 9 "diesel" with hydraulic attach., good rubber, good condition. McCormick SlonJcrd WD 6 good rubber.________ MASSEY FERGUSON NO. 135 DIESEL 455 hovrs, with Robin Front End Loader Plus Bole Fork (10 bale capacity) TRUCK 1944 Chevrolet 2-ton truck with arain box and slock racks. ANTIQUES No of old lanterns; 2 old radios; cream separator; 4 drower dresser; 3 complete beds; 5 old chairs; 3 sad irons with ona wooden hondle; wooden plane- 2 mink traps; hay knife; poir of Scotch collars; Homo Comfort slove; Sunbeam Oak No. 115 "coal" stove, Prairio Queen "wood" stove, Guelpb Stove Co. MISCELLANEOUS 12 planks 3'xlO'x24' plus quantity of fence posljj grass seeder; McCormick 3-5 h.p. engine, water cooled, 14 bags fertilizer 16-20-0; 6 bogs fertilizer 11-55.0; 75-fl. endless bell; rolary pump; dump rake; quantity of wagon running sear; set of tractor chains; old-lypo rorJwceder, 3 sets harrows: post hole digger; tire chains; V4 doz. neck yokes! 2 sets harness; doi. collars; anvil; vice, aas pump- one stock saddle; spark plug purr.pj 500-600 Ibs. of grass seed; bob sleigh; lows; hammers, elc.i a very large quantity of scrap iron. Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Grain quotes Friday (basis Lake- Iligh Low Close ..Flax Jly 275 li 274% Oct 276% 276 276 NOV 27514 Dec 27314 Kapeseed Vancouver Jun 248 246 Sep 249 ?B 248 24914 NOV 249 248 Jan 248V4 24714 24714 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Jiy 24114 Z40H ANNUAL EQUIPMENT AUCTION ,1 Wed., June 21st 10 A.M. TRUCKS TRACTORS FEEDLOT IRRIGATION-TILLAGE ond FARM EQUIPMENT UST YOUR EQUIPMENT EARLY ADVERTISING DEADUNI SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In Ihe Hub Of Southern Alberla's liveslock InrJuilry 3 Milm Eoit of on Highway 3 and Vi Mile Soul BOX 1057, UTHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 Oct 243 241Ti Nov Dec Oats Jly Oct Dec Barley Jly Oct Dec Kye Jly Oct Dec 1023 S 102 101% 101% 101 24214 2431 i 242 69 109% UHi 111 102 ]02 101? i PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideolty located In tho of a large Feeding and Hog Raising Country HOG Calf, Feeder and FAT CATTLE Every Wednesday at I p.m. 350 HEAD ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE Services available A: Trucking 4: Branding Vaccinating Order Buying Government Veterinary y Feeding Pens and Dairy Cattle Sale every Saturday at 1 p.m. SPEClAl-10 BABY CALVES MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY For [niormallon and Of JOE JURIS Phone 735-4400 lislingi contact Picture Bulte Auction Morkel Picture Butle, Alia. P'clure Auction market locaUd 16 milej north of Highway 25 Denies report VANCOUVER (CP) A spokesman for Howard Hughes has denied a Winnipeg report that the billionaire has com- pleted transactions to buy prop- erty in Vancouver and Winni- peg- The Winnipeg Tribune salt Ihe total cost was expected to be million. Richard Hannah, spokesman for the Hughes Tool Co. Ltd. said: "Reports like these crop up wherever Hughes goes There is no truth that How ard Hughes has made real es tate purchases In Winnipeg o Vancouver." Mr. Hannah said Mr. Hughe is continuing to slay at the Bay shore Inn, Vancouver. BUYING OR SELLING CALL CATTLE SALES FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SALES WEDNESDAY AND fRIDAY AT A.M. SPECIAL STOCK CALF AND FEEDER SALE FRIDAY AT P.M. SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AMD SOLD Daily FEEDER HOGS and BABY CALF SALE_____________ Every Monday ctr p.m. EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS Excellent Faeililiei For Feedins loading Kogi CONSIGN AU YOU" IIVESTOCK TO C. L FRENCH LIVESTOCK IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Res. 328-3986 P.O. BOX SS 1-1-7 IETHBRIDGE H French 328-3986 Miller 758-4607 Magralh O Lou DcJager 327-9548 C.W. Henninger 328-7354 Dan Klassen 345-4353 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS ;