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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 1973 Egg prices Burglars are busier Better lights for cars? jump five cents in Ontario businesses PORTLAND. Ore. (API cause producers fear a federal Wholesale egg prices increased I price freeze. up to five cents a dozen Thurs- day here and coast cities. Paul Sales, executive direc- j Thursday, are: Extra large, 70 go the g9 member rf EfS to P large. 6S to 67' of the Canadian Underwriters ducers Co-operative Associa-, cents: medium. o9 to 61 cents Association announced tion, said the prices rose be-' and small 50 to 52 cents. in other westj rscent feed price increases. Prices to grocers, effective WINDERMERE. Ont. (CP) go up by varying prairie provinces, northwestern' Commercial establishments in ranging down from Saskatche-i Ontario and the Northwest Ter-' Ontario have more problems wants seven Per.cent. the an-, ritories will be reduced 10 per OTTAWA (CP) The basic criteria for automobile head- lights standards has always i been that the light should il- i luminate the road for at least it would take a with burglars than those in Al-, writers- group WM ,n this told berta yester- Grain Prices WINNIPEG i low- er Oats: 2 CW 3 CW. 'Jly EX 3 CW and EX 1 feed 1.26-. Oct 1 feed 1.2512; 2 feed Dec 3 feed J.19'2: mixed feed 82. R: Barley: 1 and 2 CW 6-row and --fly I CW 2-row 1.967s: 2 CW 2-row Oct 3 CW 6-row l.P.-JV 3'Dec 449 445 450 Rapeseed Thunder 463 449 Jlv Oct i28'- 455 443'- 125' 12fi Barley 192' z IBo'z 188 187 462 44.S4 429 395 128 1967s 196 4 187' 4 190 HIDDEN BAR RANCH LTD. FOUNDATION FEMALE DISPERSION 460 Cow Calf Pairs 35 Fl Irish (Beef) Fn'esian Females 5 Cows with Fl Simmental Heifer Calves at side SATURDAY, JUNE 16 at 1 p.m. SELL AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET LTD. FEATURING- 35 Fl Irish (beefi Friesian 1972 females 5 Cows with Fl Simmental calves at side 200 3 and 4 yr. old Hereford females (calves at side) 90 3 yr. old Hereford Angus cross females at side) 110 5-7 yr. old Hereford cows (calves at side) 60 5-7 yr. old Here, x Ang. and Hereford x Short Females (calves at side) Irv 1972, the A.I. programme, featuring MONEYMORE TOPNOTCH, on the above cows, was carried out from June 71 through July 31. Angus bulls were used for clean-up. OBSERVATIONS BY FORT MACLEOD AUCTION 1. Choice quality range cows 2. Cow herd is in excellent range condition 3. Growthy, -well-muscled calves and yearlings 4. 95% of Fl's are uniformly marked black with white face EASE OF CALVING ONE RANCH 734 FEMALES BRED "Calving problems were normal. Some calves -from the mat. bull weighed more than TOO Pounds, but averaged closer to 80 pounds. Using a 1 to 3 calving icale, with 1 standing for easy calving, 2 for help required, and 3 for instrument births, 704 fell into No. J category, 27 into No. 2, and 3 into No. 3. 41 calving deaths for a mortality rote of slightly fhon -five percent. No cows died from calving." A Boy Back option is available on oil healthy Fl Friesian 1973 heifer calves at head Two ampules of Friesian semen wil each cow-calf unit sold given The cow calf pairs will be segregated in bull and heifer calf groups, as well as breed of dam The 1973 A.I. programme will commence June 1, 1973, using the semen from Topnotch and related Friesian sires. ment reported Friday. j Veal carcases were generally, Receipts included cat- i stronger with western prices 50 tie and 831 hogs. Cattle market steady consid- ering quality. One load of good quality southeastern Alberta steers weighing 556 Ibs. sold for SLAUGHTERS Almost all the butcher weight steers and heifers sold to higher. Western lamb prices were week, a decline of more than steady to lower. Western pric- head from the previous ies .we sieady to S1.50 lower Week, the agriculture depart- j while eastern prices were Oil, gas income European Economic Commis- J sion (EEC) standards used in' m -t Europe, Mr. Hall said. army trUCKS USE PARKING LIGHTS steady to 38 cents lower vital A-l and V2 stears were 50 Pork beUies the west were! orders. Dl and D2 cows. 34 to i T oueheed pre- -pnts to so m 75 cents to S1.50 higher andhwsn- ru rows an tn as sn- premier Peter pre cents to S2.50 cents lower in the i 75 cents to S1-50 higher and 36.50: D4 cows, west while eastern prices were Prices were 5s-75 higher. steady. A-l and A-2 heifers in Pork nams uneven western prices steady to cents higher and eastern 30 to 33.50; But European drivers only their parking lights at night because the city streetlights provide adequate il- 1 lumination, he said, and even j U.S. engineers are beginning to Alberta i believe their standards aren't good enough and many manu- facturers now provide a third HALIFAX Can- use ada Ltd. will probably set up a the west were steady to SI.50 lower while eastern prices were steady. cow prices were steady truck assembly plant here if it gets a contract from the Cana- dian Forces for trucks, a company spokesman says. President J. M. Nytsen of To- ronto said Volvo is one of threa companies bidding for the con- tract. The others are British Land Rover and Chrysler Can- we win the ve- prices were 38 cents lower. 55 to 61.25: steer calves, 400 to t three de- variables, such as clear or hides here in C a n a d Mr. Cattle A-1 cnn en LWU TVNrfoatt in an infomniaw to S1.50 lower in the west while and A'2: Calgary 45.50 to 46.70; i eastern prices were up SI. West- i Edmonton 45 to 46; Saskatoon em vealer calf prices were 44'50 to 46-75: Winnipeg 41.50 j steady while eastern prices i to Toronto 46 to 47.50; i gained So-56 Montreal 45.25 to 46.75. i Receipts of feeder cattle and Heifers, A-l and A-l: Calgary j calves declined over 100 head to 42-60: Edmonton 41.50 1 this week with approximately j to 42-50: Saskatoon 42.25 to 13.122 offered. j Steers over 750 Ibs. had j steady prices in most centres j with Winnipeg reporting gains of SI. Steer calves 401-575 Ibs. had steady prices under good j demand. Heifers over 550 Ibs. ____ I steady in most centres with Saskatoon 50 to 60: Winnipeg 60 to 75; Toronto 54 to 65: Mon- 500 Ibs.. over holstein 49; feeder steers, under 800 Ibs., 47 to 49.30; feeder steers. 'Over 800 Ibs.. 45 to 47.30: holstein and sbortkeep steers, 44 to resources economy." of commerce meeting. he told a chamber NRC a computerized car, a camera that showed the er "must'be made! various test objects and the and 'more diversified amounts of light reflected off be unable to accommodate the truck assembly lines. He said another plant would have to be built or purchased. 400 Ibs., 47 to 58: heifer calves, i less reliance on oil and j 43.50: Winnipeg 43 to 44: Toron-1 400 to 500 Ibs.. 43 to 50: heifer I D-l and D-2 cows: Calgary 4.50 to 36: Edmonton 35 to 36; laskatoon 35 to 37.75; Winni- eg 38 to 39; Toronto 36 to 37 Slaughter calves, good and 43 to 47; feeder heifers. 41 to 44.10: feed- cows, 32 to 37; and cow-calf pairs, 460 to 530. HOGS, DAIRY Market hogs, dressed weight. the his- tory "books of the future will be full of questions asking what happened to the glowing future the have province had in 1973." Increased govern ment rev- Winnipeg reporting advanc- es. Heifers calves 401-550 Ibs. were steady. Sheep and lamb receipts treal 63.50 to 74. Feeder steers over 750 pounds: Calgary 44 to 43. Ed- were head, an increase of i monton 42 to 49. Saskatoon 3GO head from the previous I 43-25 to 48-50- Winnipeg 42 to 22: feeders, under 100 30 to 34.50: feeders, over 100 Ibs., 41.50 to bred sows and gilts. 135 to calves, 80 to 130. 200; baby week porting losses from to I while Calgary was 50 cents higher. HOGS DOWN Index 100 hogs were 80 cents i lower to higher in the west while eastern prices advanced I 30 cents. 1 Wholesale meat prices for A-l j steer carcases continued strong with western prices to higher and eastern prices were to ?2.49 higher A-l heifer carcases continued to drop with eastern prices to higher while east- ern prices were to higher at to were choice veal: Edmonton 50 to 61: 42.45 to 44.75: good wearers, j .0 Wnm-M 23 to 31.50. ]ight gweaners. 15 ifmrlof IfiA The uatuj. help finance new Alberta in- dustry, he said. Gas rebates may be given to selected industries so they would have a competitive edge if they located in the province. Lethbridqe Livestock I Mr. Lougheed said when oil j and gas companies invest in Sales Monday to Friday 380! the province they automatical- ly create jobs and workers need m a n u f a c tured goods which could be produced in Al- berta. Meat production dips in Montana HELENA. Mont. 'AP'i which was 27 per cenf 49: Toronto 44 to 43. Good lamb prices un- i Feeder steer calves 401 to 575 steady with most centres re- i pounds: Calgary 47 to 54: Ed- monton 47 to 60; Saskatoon 48.50 to 56, Winnipeg 52 to 55; Toronto 52 to 58. Good lambs: Calgary 34.50 to 38; Edmonton 36; Saskatoon 31.75 to 46.50: Winnipeg 35.75 to 39.50; Toronto 39 to 45. Index 100 hogs dressed: Cal- gary 42.60 to 44.55: Edmonton 43.05 to 45.30: Saskatoon 43.20 to 44.35; Winnipeg 44.45 to 46.30; Toronto 48.80 to 50.25; Montreal 44.50. Perlich Livestock There were 2.056 head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVIRY MONDAY A.M. Don't be content to accept one offer at home, consign your livestock to us, where you are guaranteed to the Auction Ring full of Buyers to bid on your product. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: JOHNNY CHARITON Lic. 293 Sales Manager GARY JENSEN total; 60 cattle; 320 calves hogs: 69 lambs. SLAUGHTER CATTLE Cows: Dl and D2 34 to 36.20 D3 33 to 34; D4 30 to 32. Bulls: 36 to 38. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Good heavy feeders steers over 800 Ibs 41.75 to 46.701 sales to 48.60. Good heavy feed- er steers under 800 Ibs. 42 to 49. Good feeder heifers 41 to 42.25. Good stocker heifer calves 44 to 51. Good stock cows with calf at foot 440 to 605 per pair. HOGS AND LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge Yards 42.70 to 45.85 base price. All classes weaner and feeder hogs meeting good demand at about The production of red meat in April dropped 15 per cent from the same month in 1972. the below the amount produced in March. There were cattle slaughtered in April for a 19- Montana crop and Ihestoek re-, per-cent drop from March; porting service said Montana's commercial 000 hogs for a 13-per-cent drop. and 100 sheep, the same as in slaughtering plants produced March but 67 per cent fewer 11.1 million pounds of meat in than in April 1972. steady prices. Weaners 19.50 to 32.25. feeders under 100 Ibs 27.25 to 42.25. Heavy feeders 100 to 130 Ibs 40 to 45. Heavy feeders over 130 Ibs. 44.50 to 55 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 39 to bj per hun- dredweight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs sold from 31.75 to 36 per hundredweight. Boars 60 to 136 per head. Good lambs 35 to 37.50. Gold prices WINNIPEG (CP) Gold fu- tures, U.S. funds, Winnipeg Commodity Exchange at close Friday: Jly 73 117.50; Oct 73 121.50; Jan 74 124.50A: Apr 74 127.40A; Jly 74 133.00. Thursday's volume: 207 con- tracts. Beef futures WINNIPEG fCP) Live beef futures at close Friday. Jly, 46.50A; Sep. 45.70A; Nov. 45.60B; Jan. 45.10B. Thursday's volume: No con- i tracts. 28 nations stricken by drought ROME The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization lists 28 countries stricken by drought this year. The prolonged series of dry spells the worst in 25 years, ____ has killed cattle and reduced crops in wide areas of Latin Light America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. j For millions in the affected countries, this means serious food shortages and malnutri- tion; for them, starvation. For housewives in the rest of the world, it means higher food prices as demands on the world's food stockpiles increase. The droughts came at a time when the UN unit was warning that food production in the hun- gry nations was falling behind the growth in population. Floods on the Mississippi River caused millions of dol- lars' worth of crop losses in the United States, a country that traditionally makes up food deficits in the hungry areas of the world. The U.S. and Canada also sold millions of dollars worth of grain to the Soviet Union to help it recover from a dis- astrous harvest. Experts at FAO's headquar- ters here estimate that more than one billion people live in countries where there is not enough to eat because of drought. That is nearly a third of the world's population. THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET 300 TO 500 HOGS SELL TUES., ot 1 p.m. ALSO -DAIRY COWS -BABY CALVES -SHEEP SPECIAL-10 BABY CALVES ROSS DAIRY DISPERSiON Tues., June 12, at 3 p.m. 28 MILKING COWS HEIFERS Including 22 Holsteini 6 Brown Cows bred to Chianina Holstein Bulls. TOP QUALITY HEAVY PRODUCERS Chianina Bull Calves 2-Holstein Heifer Calves Brown Swiss Heifer Calf PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located in the centre of a large cattle Feeding and Hog Raising Country HOG Trucking FEEDER CALF AND FAT CATTLE JUNE 13th 400 HEAD Branding Vaccinating Order Buying Government Veterinary Feeding Pens and DAIRY CATTLE SALE every Saturday at 1 p.m. SPECIAL 15 BABY CALVES MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY For information and contact JIM or JOE JURIS Auction Market Picture Alto. 732-4400 Auction market I Ota ted 16 miles north of Highway J5 Security parley people celebrate with champagne HELSINKI (AP) The 32 European countries and Canada and the United States com- pleted preparations today for the European security confer- ence set to open July 3. Then the delegates turned from six months of delicate ne- gotiations to celebrate with 200 bottles of champagne. At the final plenary session, they agreed on an agenda re- solving a number of last-minute disagreements. They decided not to allow any new countries to join the talks in the future, j and omitted mention of the mu-' tual force reduction talks planned for Vienna later this i Market Hogs Shipped Daily YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE AND CALVES Thursday 1 p.m. 800 HEAD 800 SUMMERTIME EXOTIC SALE WED., JUNE 27th 1 p.m. EXPECTING 200 EXOTIC FEMALES Early listings 20 Vi Maine Anjou Heifer calves with Da ml 20 Vi Chianina Heifer calves with Dams 2 Vi Simmentol Heifers with Heifer calves 10 V-i Simmental Heifers (bred) 10 Vi Simmental Heifers (open) 10 Vi Blonde D'Aquitaine Heifer calves with 3 Vi Murray Grey Heifers (open) 4 Rising 2 year old Maine Anjou Heifers (to calf fn August) 4 yearling Maine Anjou Heifers (bred) 10 cows bred Tarinjaise PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located in the Hub of Southern Alberta's livestock Industry 3 miles east of lethbrideje on Highway 3 and mile south BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;