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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THI UTHMID0I HERALD - Saturday, March 6, 1*71 Livestock Ottawa weekly livestock report OTTAWA (CP) - Cattle offerings at public stockyards up to Thursday this week at 25,000 head were up 1,000 from the previous week and about 3,550 above the corresponding week a year ago, the agriculture department announced Friday. Exports of beef cattle to the United States last week totalled 233 head and were all slaughter cattle over 700 pounds. Arrivals of cattle at public markets were slightly higher, and trading was uneven both in price and demand. Steer prices varied from 50 cents higher to 25 cents lower, and heifers were generally steady to an odd 25 cents higher. Cows were steady to 50 cents lower in the east and steady to Si higher in the west. Feeder cattle and stock calves were in fairly good demand at prices varying from $1 higher to $1 lower. Veal and butcher calves were mainly steady to firm. Hog prices varied from $1 higher to 50 cents lower, and good lambs from slightly higher to sharply lower. Choice steers': Montreal 33.75 to 34.35, Toronto 33.50 to 34.50; Winnipeg 32.50 to 33; Saskatoon 31 to 32.25; Edmonton 31 to 31.75; Calgary 31.25 to 32. Good heifers: Montreal 24.75 to 25.75; Toronto 29.50 to 30.50; Winnipeg 28.50 to 29.50; Saska- SELKIRK HOLDINGS LIMITED DIVIDEND NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN fhot a quarterly dividend of seven and one-half cents ($.07'/]) per share has been declared on the outstanding Class "A" non-voting shares without nominal or par value in the Capital Stock of the Company payable on March 31, 1971 to shareholders of record at the close of business on March 17, 1971. By Order of the Board F. T. W. NASH, Secretary. Toronto, Ontario, March 1, 1971. toon 27.75 to 29; Edmonton 28 to 28.75; Calgary 28 to 29. Good cows: Montreal 22 to 23; Toronto 21 to 22; Winnipeg 22 to 23; Saskatoon 19 to 2050; Edmonton 19.50 to 20; Calgary 20 to 21.25. Good feeder steers: Toronto 32 to 37; Winnipeg 31 to 36; Saskatoon 30.50 to 36; Edmonton 29 to 36.50; Calgary 30 to 36.50. Good and choice veal calves Montreal 43 to 48.50; Toronto 37 to 47; Winnipeg 45 to 50; Edmonton 42 to 48. Good lambs: Montreal 24.50; Toronto 31 to 32; Winnipeg 27 to 30; Saskatoon 23; Edmonton 25 to 27; Calgary 25. Basic hogs: Toronto 24.50 to 26.05; Winnipeg 22.35 to 22.90; Saskatoon 21.20 to 21.70; Edmonton 21.95 to 23.60; Calgary 22.05 to 22.65. Housing takes leap in February OTTAWA (CP) - Housing starts in urban centres during February increased 35.5 per cent over the February, 1970, figure, the Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced Friday. Starts this February totalled 6,980; last February they totalled 5,183 Units. Seasonally adjusted starts in all areas were up from an annual rate of 185,000 units in January to 210,900 units in February. The rise in housing activity is attributed to a substantial in-crease in privately-financed starts and a moderate increase in CMHC-financed starts. Multiple starts, which rose 49.7 per cent, accounted for most of the gain, while single-detached dwellings rose 4.1 per cent. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH SPRING SPECIAL In Effect Until April 30 IF we supply the Broke Shoes we gij RA will machine the drums for T 1 ONLY, EACH ........................ | PIUS RE-ARC THE SHOES LET YOUR GARAGE BRING THEM IN CUSTOM ENGINE AND PARTS LIMITED 1605 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8181 Livestock market report Lethbridge livestock Sales Monday to Friday: 336 cattle; 40 calves; 1,546 hogs; 134 lambmsmm. steady to 25 cents higher for the week. Replaceemnt cattle were scarce and selling at firm rates. Trade strong and active. Good and choice butcher steers met good demand selling 25 cents higher for the week. Butcher heifers were also selling 25 cents higher for the week. Butcher cows were scarce and selling 25 cents higher, with heifery kinds to 21. Mediumm and good stocker and feeder cattle memeting ver strong. Good steer and heifer calves meeting good demand selling steady. SLAUGHTERS Steers, 31.50 to 32, good 30.25 to 31.25, medium 28 to 30. Heifers, choice 29.25 to 29.70, good 2825 to 29, medium 26.50 to 27.50. Cows, good 20.25 to 21, med- Britain suggests joint company LONDON (AP)_-The British government has proposed forming a joint American-British company to build the Rolls-Royce RB-211 engines for the American Lockheed Aircraft Corp. TriStar jet plane, British sources said Friday. If the deal goes through, Britain will provide the first �60 million ($144 million) of production costs conditional on Lockheed finding the remainder, whatever the figure may be, the source reported. The report follows talks be-tween Lockheed's chairman, REGULAR CATTLE SALE MONDAYS AT 1:00 P.M TABER AND DISTRICT BEEF BREEDERS ASSOC. 2nd ANNUAL SPRING BULL SALE THURSDAY,- MARCH lSfh-12 soon Retiring From Farming? Sell your farm machinery, livestock and household effects by auction. List with us now. Choice dates available. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER - DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: JOHNNY CHARLTON Lie. 293 Salei Manager GARY JENSEN No school age bill planned EDMONTON (CP) - No legislation is planned to reduce the school leaving age from 16, education Minister Robert Clark said here. Replying in the legislature to Neville Roper (SC - Ponoka), Mr. Clark said the new school act, passed at the 1970 session, set the school leaving age "and at this time I don't plan to introduce any legislation to change it." Mr. Roper said Hutterite Brethren remove their children from school at the age of 15 and wondered what action the government is planning. An interim report by the Worth Commission on Educational Planning recommended that the leaving age be lowered to 14. Disqualified councillors will appeal WINNIPEG (CP) - Three North Kildonan councillors, who were disqualified from office when they were found guilty of a breach of the Municipal Act in provincial magistrate's court, announced they will appeal the conviction to a higher court. The three councillors. - Barry Filbert, Charles Barry and Leo Rougeau - made known their intentions after a meeting with Premier Ed Schreyer and Municipal Affairs Minister Howard Pawley. The councillors were found guilty of unlawfully approving payment of $160 to Mr. Filbert for loss of income while he attended a municipal convention in Halifax last summer. The men were fined a minimum $25 each. Daniel Haughton, and Prime Minister Edward Heath, Defence Secretary Lord Carring-ton and Aviation Minister Frederick Corfield. Haughton, now back in New York, was due to begin a round of consultations on the British offer with five United States airlines that have contracted to buy the TriStars. He also will confer with Lockheed's bankers and with the U.S. government. EQUAL PARTNERS A broad outline of the British offer: -Formation of a new company, comprising the British government and Lockheed as two equal partners, to develop and produce the RB-211s. Britain would put up the first $144 million-with Lockheed contributing any more money that may be needed. The $144 million starting contribution was based on Lockheed's own estimate of what completion of the RB-211 project ought to cost if properly managed. -The price of the finished engines to be bought by Lockheed will be negotiated. On the basis of British estimates the ultimate cost for each engine is likely to be in the neighborhood of $1.2 million. The original contract price was $840,000. -�Britain would provide a guarantee to stay on in the projected partnership for me entire life of the engine and its spares -but would require a cross-warranty that Lockheed will do the same. -Lockheed would be expected to waive its penalty claims on the Rolls-Royce company for Me deliveries. These claims are estimated by Rolls-Royce at about $120 million. Haughton appeared to be attracted by the British offer, British government officials said. But he was reported to have said his company would find it difficult at this time to raise new funds for the joint enterprise. And he was said to have foreseen difficulties in providing the cross-guarantee. Fined $21,500 in tax fraud EDMONTON (CP) - Lawrence Picbe and a company in which he was a director were fined a total of $21,500 here on seven income tax charges against himself and the company. Evidence showed L and E Holdings Ltd., formerly Larry's Trailer Sales, had evaded paying more than $47,000 taxes on income of more than $138,000. As well, Piche was charged with five counts of filing false income tax returns. ADMISSIONS OFFICER Required Immediately by GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE This newly established College commences classes on a tri-semester basis in September 1971. The Admissions Officer will assist In the formulation of admissions criteria and systems and implement them as College procedures. He will determine the admissibility of all applicants for enrolment in the College and present admission information to other Divisions of the College in acceptable format. The successful candidate will be an efficient and accurate record keeper, have some data processing knowledge and an aptitude for interviewing students. Salary commensurate with responsibilities, experience and education. Apply with full resume by March 10, 1971 to: The Director of Student Affairs, File No. A/O Grant MacEwan Community College, 200-10355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Delta might be saved ton 19 to 20, canners and cutters 15 to 18.50. REPLACEMENTS Good heavy feeder steers over 950 lbs. 31 to 32.20. Good light stock steers 33.50 to 35. Good feeder heifers 90 to 32.50. Good stock steer calves 36.50 to 40. Good stock heifer calves 31 to 34. HOGS, LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week FOB Lethbridge 21.90 to 22.65 base price. Weaoer and feeder hogs met good demand at strong prices. Weanera 7 to 10. Light feeders 11 to 16.75. Heavy feeders over 100 lbs 18.75 to 24.50. Light feeders under 100 lbs. 16 to 22 per hundredweight, to 16 per hundredweight Good lambs 26. Perlich Livestock There were 1247 head of livestock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 688 cattle and 559 hogs. . The butcher cattle market was active, ail classes of cows were selling higher. Good quality feeder cattle sold steady, medium and plain kinds were trading 50 cents to 1 dollar lower. Price quotations were as follows:- SLAUGHTER CATTLE Choice steers 31 to 32.10; choice heifers 29 to 29.30; good cows 20 to 21; medium cows 18.50 to 20; canners and cutters 15 to 18; good bologna bulls 24. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Heavy feeder steers 800 to 1,000 lbs. 31 to 33. Good hoi-stein steers 730 to 1,000 lbs. 30 to 31.40 sales on lightweights to 35.75; majority of yearling steers 550 to 750 lbs. sold 34 to 38 with odd sales to 39.30. Steer calves over 400 lbs. 38 to 40.25; steer calves under 400 lbs. 39 to 44.75. Good quality yearling heifers 500 to 800 lbs. 29 to 33; medium quality heifers 27 to 29; heifer calves over 400 lbs. 32 to 34.40; heifer calves under 400 lbs. 33 to 35.50. Medium quality bred cows and heifers 250 to 277.50; plain kinds 200 to 240. Baby calves 70 to 96 dollars each. HOGS All classes of hogs met a strong demand from local buyers; weaners 9 to 11; light weaners 7.25 to 9; light feeders 12 to 19.50; feeders over 100 lbs. 20 to 27.75. Bred sows and gilts 45 Ot 67.50. Taber Livestock TABER - Trade was slower at the Prairie Livestock Ltd sale this week with most feeder classes showing a little too fleshy. Cows steady. Yearling feeder steers and heifers down $1. Steer calves down $1.50 quality and condition considered. Heifer claves down 50 cents. Wean-er and feeder hogs steady. Gr:d cows 21 to 22.10; fair to medium 19 to 21. Good yearling feeder heifers over 750 lbs. 32 to 33.10; under 750 lbs. 33.50 to 36.10. Good yaerling feeder heifers 30 to 31; fair to i.iedium 28.50 to 29.75. Good steer calves - over 450 lbs. 37 to 38.75; fair to medium over 500 lbs. 35.50 to 37. Good heifer calves - over 400 lbs 32.50 to 34.50; fair to medium over 400 lbs. 31 to 32.25. Weaner hogs 750 to 10.50; light feeders 12 to 16. Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP)-The Winnipeg live beef futures market had light trade Friday, with transactions in May at current levels. In March there were bids and offers but no buyers. Open High Low Close Mar 33.25A 33.25N May 32.00 32.00A 32.00A Jly 31.25N 31.25A OTTAWA (CP) - Fisheries Minister Jack Davis said Friday the Athabasca Delta might be saved from drying out if the British Columbia government would flood it once a year from the lake behind the W. A. C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. But even with yearly flooding, a dam controlling the water level in Lake Athabasca could wreak environmental havoc. Mr. Davis, who is to be head of the government's proposed department of the environment, told the Canadian Wildlife Federation that the Bennett dam coupled with too little precipitation have dangerously lowered water levels in the delta. Mr. Davis said weirs might be constructed to let more water Grain prices Winnipeg Grain Prices for class two wheat Friday for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.80%; 2 1.78%; 3 1.74; 4 171; 1 Durum 178%; 2 1.75%; 3 1.67; 4 1.62c IGA prices: 1 Nor 1:80% 2 178 %; 3 174; 4 1.71%; 1 Durum 178% 2 1.75%; 3 1.67; 4 1.62c High Low Close Flax May 255 254% 254% Jly 253% 253% 253% Oct 257% 256% 256% Nov 255 Rapeseed Vancouver Mar 317 312% 314 May 294% 291% 292 Jly 279% 277 2/8 Sep 258% Rapeseed Thunder Bay Apr 289 287% 289 Jun 279 Oct 256 Dec 254% Oats May 85% 85% 85% Jly 85% Oct 85% Dec 85 Barley May 130% 130 130% Jly 128% Oct 122% Dec 124% Rye May 114 118% 114 Jly 107% 107% 107% Oct 108% Dec 113 flow into the problem area in Wood Buffalo National Park in northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories. But a better solution would be to flood the delta once a year, thus approximating natural conditions which have created the area's diverse and abundant wildlife. A plan to dam and control the level of Lake Athabasca could, however, result in- year-round flooding of the delta, a situation which would harm wildlife as much as the drying up of the delta. Many Indians live on hunting and trapping in the delta and fishing on Lake Athabasca, tod all these activities may be endangered by the Bennett dam, City of guns DETROIT (AP) - In the first 63 days of this year, a record 132 persons were slain in this city-most of them by gunfire at the hands of friends or family members, rather than in street crimes. By police estimate, Detroit residents possess as many as 500,000 handguns, the bulk of them illegally. Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP)-The Maritime potato futures market was inaactive Friday. Open High Low Close Mar 2.20A 2.20A Apr 2.35A 2.35A May 2.89A 2.95B Nov 2.40N 2.40A NEXT WEEK AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET TUESDAY, MARCH 9th, at 9:30 800 HEAD 800 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE Highlighted by 100 head of Green Yearlings including 20 Red Angus and Red Angus Cross Heifers. For Information and Listings Contact FORT MACLEOD ! AVCTION MARKET j INTERNATIONAL SAUS MANAGlMiNT ntt Mirrrap  hibibu � rwu , ' 0 E Ji _TL. hi , id IS ) HURLBURTca TMi THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS Prom leading Hog Producers Tuesday - 1 p.m. Weaners - Feeders - Sows - Boon Dairy.Cows - Baby Calves - Sheep 400 - HEAD - 400 Including: 6 HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS 10 BABY CALVES 30 EWES - DUE TO IAMB SHORTLY Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday thru Friday BUY TOP QUALITY FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday - 1 p.m. 700 - HEAD - 700 ANOTHER LARGE STOCK COW AND BRED HEIFER SALE Mon., March 8th -1 p.m. 800 HEAD Of BRED COWS AND HEIFERS SPECIAL: HIDDEN BAR RANCH LTD. ARDROSSEN, ALBERTA 300 HEREFORD HEIFERS Bred to Limousin Bull* Prairie Pride, Prairie Dansuer. 100 HEREFORD CROSSBRED COWS Brad lo Slmmental Bulls - Parisian, Petunia F*rn Caption*. Th*s* cattl* w*r* A1 Brad Jun* 20 to Aug. 1, 1970 th*n Angus bulls w*ra turned out - Pregnancy T*st�d. LARGE LUMBER AUCTION Tuesday, Mar. 9th FOLLOWING THE HOO SALI 50,000 Board Foot of Plain and Rough Lumber Various Stylos and lengths Lethbridge Swine Breeders Association SPRING SWINE SHOW and SALE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION SHOW - TUES.f MARCH 16th at 2 p.m. SALE - WED., MARCH 17th PUREBREDS at 2:00 P.M. CARC^SSEScitTjOOPjM. WATCH FOR Dican Equipment Ltd. Gigantic Equipment Auction Friday, March 19th at 9 a.m. A complete sellout of Tractors - Combines - Balers - Swath* rs - Construction and Farm Equipment. WATCH FOR COMPLETE LISTING SPRING ROUNDUP BULL SALE Mon., March 22nd - 1 p.m. 121 RANCHER BULLS 80 HEREFORDS - 35 ABERDEEN ANGUS 6 SHORTHORN SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHAR0LAIS SALE Mon., March 29th BULLS AND FEMALES There Is a lot of interest in Recorded Charolais. Plan to sell yours at this Widely Advertised Salei CHINOOK PERFORMANCI TESTING STATION R.O.P. BULL SALE Monday, April 26th 150 OF THE BEST - SIMMENTAL LIMOUSIN-HEREFORD AND ANGUS BULLS List your Farm or Special Sale Early and be assured of a good date. PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. located In The Hub Of Southern Alberta's livestock Industry 3 Miles East Of Lethbridge On Highway 3 And V* Mile South BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;