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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I 1H1 UIHUIDCI HIHALO Morrii appointed CRANE Spe Daryl has been confirmed as new city assistant treasurer on the usual probationary This relieves to some extent the of fice of city treasurer Bland who is also admin istrator and city Ap pointment is effective April Bottorff comes from El Sask and has four years municipal accounting expe He holds a University of Saskatchewan diploma in lo cal government administration and is in his third year of a correspondence course toward PYirlav hasis IjSke Oct registered taut industrial accoun He Is married and has three including twins PTA MEETING STIRLING HNS A Par entTeacher Association meet ing was held with 15 present School principal Joseph Steven son spoke on the functions o the attendance officer under the new school Example were given of and pro cedures Ottaiva weekly livestock report OTTAWA CP Cattle of ferings at Canadas 10 public stockyards from Monday to Thursday this week totalled 300 an increase of about from the previous and than in the cor responding week a year Exports of beef cattle to the United States last week total led only 173 slaughter cattle over 700 the agricul ture department Cattle supplies continued moderate and public markets were more active this Slaughter steers were general Potato futures WINNIPEG Mar itime Potato Futures Market had light trading Friday at five points below previous Apr May Close SON OFFICE OPENING ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX RETURNS Peter Hiiisiug Accredited Public Accountant 2018 2nd Avenue North Phone 3286973 ly steady to 50 cents higher and heifers mainly steady to an odd 25 cents Cows featured the slaughter trade with advances of 25 cents to and bulls varied from Si higher to A good to moderate demand prevail ed for all classes of replace ment cattle at steady to strong Veal calves varied from higher to S2 Hog prices d e c 1 i n e d 50 cents to and good lambs ware mainly un changed at principal Choice steers Montreal 33 Toronto to Winni peg to Saskatoon 31 to Edmonton to 32 Calgary to Good heifers Montreal to Toronto to Winnipeg to Saska toon 28 to 29 Edmonton to 29 Calgary 28 to Good cows Montreal to 23 Toronto 21 to 22 Winnipeg 22 to Saskatoon to 21 Edmonton 20 to 21 Cal gary to Good feeder steers Toronto 31 to 35 Winnipeg 31 to 36 Saskatoon 30 to Edmon ton 29 to Calgary 30 to Good and choice veal calves Montreal 41 to 44 Toronto 38 to 48 Winnipeg 45 to 50 Ed monton 44 to Good lambs Montreal 31 to 32 Toronto 31 to 33 Winni peg 25 to 26 Saskatoon Edmonton 26 Calgary Basic hogs Toronto to Lethbridge livestock Sales Monday to 670 cattle 46 calves hogs and 11 Butcher cattle prices uneven ly 25 to higher in Replacement cattle about stea Trade Good and choice butcher steers meeting very good de mand prices strong to 25 hign with odd sale to Medium grades 25 to 50 Good and choice butcher heif ers also meeting good ers a prices 25 Medium and good cows 25 to 50 with heifery kinds to Bulls Medium and good stocker and feeder cattle meeting rea sonably good demand at about steady to to to 29 to to 28 75 medium 27 baby calves mostly 10 to 90 dollars All classes of weaners and feeder hogs sold higher to lo cal and out of area buyers prices up to per head higher good weaners 10 to 13 light weaners to light feeders under 100 to 20 feeders over 100 21 to bred sows and gilts 37 to 50 dairy cows to 310 baby calves 70 to Next veek a total of feeder inclwUng 600 light yearling steers and heif ers 400 to 525 from three will be Taber livestock TABER Trade was ac tive on all Good cows sold Bred cows and heifers were 15 to 20 dollars FOR SALE YARDS WASHED DRAIN ROCK Con be Used In Concrete 600 YARDS AGGREGATE 800 YARDS AGGREGATE This li all washed material ond can be used In driveways and Must Sell by April 1971 PRICE Will sell at pit or can also arranae for This h in the Lethbridge and Coalhurst For Information Call TOM HAIUDAY at 3271443 or GIL DELURME al 3274463 25 cents All classes of Winnipeg to Saskatoon to Ed monton 2015 to Calgary to Beef futures WINNIPEG CP The Winnipeg Live Beef Futures Market had light trading Fri day at current Close Mar May TOWN of CANMORE requires a SECRETARYTREASURER EXEPRIENCED IN MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION Reply in writing stating quali fications and salary requirements tot TOWN OF CANMORE BOX 460 ALBERTA GREAT BASIN San Francisco Bay forms a great basin that extends over a 422squaremile BROCK CHRISTIE AUCTION SALE AT THE FARM LOCATED of 20 Miles West of 5 Miles South of CARDSTON or DEL BONITA or KIMBALL TERMS CASH UNLESS OTHER ARRANGEMENTS PRIOR TO SALE TIME MARCH 2711 IUNCH SY OWENDAIE Having received instructions from the owner who has sold his we will sell by auction the following mach inery and at tlie HARVEST EQUIPMENT 11969 Massey Ferguson Mode complete with strow electric tank heovy duly gear pick up Used only 1500 acres 1CC I L 15 Used only 700 lVersatile 15 Swather Model TRUCKS 1 1961 M600 hoist and grain 11956 M600 hoist and grain 11954 M700 hoist and groin box Ton Pick TRACTORS 11968 Versatile four heel drivo Model 550 1 1960 Wagner four wheel drive trodor Model TR Cummmgs C 160 500 hours on new 500 end looder and MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 1Great West stock 1Ski Doo 320 Olympic 1Ski Doo 669 TNT 1Milro lynn oir compressor 1 17 ft Safari boat50 h Johnson 1Dollo Rock well table sow 3500 gol fuel tanks with Hands 1roto tiller 1Randolph import wrench 2lown log tap and die electric bench Skil Forney ore 2 Booker anvil hydraulic rubber lire Hot deck Numerous other MACHINERY 11963 35 ft Model C 331 Morris chisel plow 117 ft Glencoe chisel 1B136 Morris rod 140 ft flexible 1Case bottom 1Anderson rock picker ihigh 21 Model 150 shovel press drill with hitch 1 Carter disc seed clean er 1Blanket seed VacAWoy 75 seed 114 ft Mayrath groin 12 hone elec tric motor with 100 hoavy duty 118 ft Victory Blade 5 standards 110 ft truck auger with AUCTIONEERS NOTE machinery listed in this sale is all in exceptionally good It has been kept Inside not In use and operated only by the Anyone wishing to purchase qood equipment in like new condition il advised to be at this SAIE CONDUCTED BY CHRISTIE LIVESTOCK AUCTIONEERS HERB CHRISTIE JOHN CHARLTON licence 231 licence 293 ALBERTA ALBERTA IN EDMONTON Stay At The RIVIERA THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER For your convenience In making reservations CALL LONG DISTANCE AND ASK FOR ZEnith 07255 at no cost to you 20 to 21 medium to canners anc cut ters 15 to good 24 to All Good heavy feeder steers ovar 750 31 to good light stock steers under 750 33 to good feeder heifers 28 to good stock 20 to 22 50 good stock cows v steer calves over 450 36 to to good stock heifer calves 31 to LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week FOB Lethbridge 1960 to base Sows 13 to dressed Weaner and feeder hogs sold steady to 100 to stei Weaners 6 to Light 35 to feeders raider 100 12 to Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs 22 to 25 all prices per Light feedfs under 100 18 to per hundred Heavy feeders over 100 to per hundred Good lambs Perlich livestock There were head of livestock sold this week at Per lich Auction Market Receipts included cattle and 773 The cattle market was strong and Prices were in line with last weeks higher Choice nine on offer choice heifers 29 to me dium to 29 good cows 21 to medium cows to 21canners and cutters 16 to 19 with shelly kinds to 14 bulis 23 to Heavy feeder steers 800 to 000 32 to good hoi stein feeder steers 30 to majority of the yearling feeder steers 550 to 775 33 to plain quality steers 30 to 32 steer calves over 400 37 to 39 50 steer calves under 400 39 to good qual ity feeder heifers 500 to 800 30 to medium quality heifers 27 to 30 heifer calves over 400 32 to light er h e i f e r calves 33 to bred cows and heifers 200 to 275 cow calf pairs 300 to Cora with calves at side met keen Yearling steers and heifers were Steer calves were steady Heifer calves a bit unsteady t hogs heU Stock cows and bred heifer sold 250 to 305 Good cows to fai to medium cows 19 to cows with calves at side 28 Good yearling feeder steers sold 33 to 34 fair to medium feeder steers 31 to goo yearling feeder heifers 30 t 3150 fair to medium feede heifers 28 50 to goo steer calves under 450 3 to steer calves 450 Ibs Good heifer over 450 sold 33 to Fair to medium heifer over 450 31 to Weaner hogs sold 9 to Light feeder hogs sold 19 to heavy feeder hogs 19 to The next sale will be held March 22 at 1 hone Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On of er head of cattle and Trade was steady on U classes offered which in luded a wide range of slaugh er and feeder Choice steers to with one load selling and a package Good to choice heifers o 30 with some 870 Medium some on the owy 25 to Good cows 21 to 22 with me dium 19 to 2030 canners and cutters to Two bulls sold at and Good heavyweight feeder steers to with 840 to 33 Fleshy stocker weights 575 to 650 sold to with 475 to 550 fleshy to Those more on the green side 39 to with one load 488 at Good feeder heifers sold 29 to with fleshy short year lings 30 to 32 in the 5800 heifers sold to with strictly choice lighter kinds to and one load 458 at Some 34 stock cows and bred heifers sold 270 to 300 per with plainer kinds down to WINNIPEG CP Grain i quotes Friday basis High Low Close Flai May 254i Jly Oct 256 Nov 255 254 253s 256 254 253s 236 254i Raprseed Vancouver Mar 326 322 326 May 298 296 296 Jly 291 288 Sep 278 277 277 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Apr 298 295 295si Jun 294 2931 i 292 Oct 282 27 274 Dec 262 Oats May 833s Jly Oct Dec Barley May 13Hi Jly Oct Dec Rye May 115 Jly 109 Oct 108i Dec 131 13W 129 122 122 114 115 109 109Vi 108 108 110 FOR CAT LOVERS The Royal Canadian Cat Club I was organized in for true breeding of the hold I ing of exhibitions and promotion of humane CUSTOM CORRAL CLEANING Will Do Custom Corral Cleaning and Spreading CAN MOVE 700 TONS PER DAY Reasonable Price Available Immediately WE CAN ALSO MOVE AND SPREAD THAT STOCKPILE OF MANUREI Call 3275701 SCHOOLS DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM Applications are inviled until March 26 for the above position from April 1 to August Honorarium of per The successful applicant moy presently teaching or in school in youth adult community or any interested He would become a member of the Community Summer Program Committee consisting of representotives from the Porks ond Cultural Allied Arts Community and perhaps His day to dayduties would be assisting the teacher coordinotors in 3 schools to be kept open all summer as part of the Com munity Summer Final decisions as to school Involvement In the total Community Summer Program will be made by the Publit and Separate School Boards before Choice of applicant will be made by a committee of two School 3 principals of schools In directors from Parks and Recreation and Apply toi Superintendent of Schooll 433 15th Street NEXT WEEK AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET MARCH 800 HEAD 800 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE Highlighted by 60 YEARLINGS From MOOSE 60 HEAD From TURNER VALLEY Smith Customs Broker IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL 5359 Calgary Troll Alberta Phone 403 4343431 Telex 0372610 WOCKNITZ FARM SALE THE STOCKMANS MARKET SPRING ROUNDUP BULL SALE 22nd 1 125 RANCHER BULLS 80 Herefords 37 Aberdeen Angus 8 Shorthorn BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS From Leading HOB Tuesday 1 DAIRY COWSBABY CALVESSHEEP 400 HEAD 400 SPECIAl 7 HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS From lethbridge Research Station SEE PAGE 00 APRIL 7th at SPECIAL SALE 1200 HEAD GRASS YEARLING STEERS AND HEIFERS FROM 9 CONTRIBUTORS For Information and Listings Contact Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday thru Friday count Phone 1 TABER SCHOOL DIVISION 6 Requires A SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS POSITION An Executive Officer of the Board to carry out policies of the QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must hove the following minimum qualifications a a valid Alberta Teaching Certificate b five years teaching experience in Alberta or in a school system of equivalent c a degree from a University m Alberta or from a university of equivalent d have pursued one graduate study In a field acceptable to the Minister cither ft a University in Alberta or at a university of equivalent To be determined considering qualifications and COMMENCEMENT DATE To be but approximately June 1 Closing date for application April Applications should include a complete resume of training and and salary and forwarded toi SUPERINTENDENT SELECTION COMMITTEE TABER SCHOOL DIVISION 6 Box 1239 ALBERTA AUCTION MARKETnri ax INTEBNttlONUL SAUS REGULAR CATTLE SALE MONDAYS f AT I BUY TOP QUALITY FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE L Thursday 1 1000HEADlOOO Including 600 Head Light Yearling Steers and Heifers From 3 Owners Retiring From Farming Sell your form livestock and household effectt by list with Choice dales PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK PHONE TABER DAY OR NIGHT Audionear JOHNNY CHARLTON 293 Snlfli Manager GARY JENSEN BULIS FEMAIES SOUTHERN AlBERTA CHAROLAIS SALE March 29th 1 7SHEAD75 BULLS AND FEMALES Full French and Percentage Yearling and 2 Year Old CowCalf Pairs CowsHeifers including B Apollon Yearling CHINOOK PERFORMANCI TESTING STATION BULL SALE April 26th 150 OF THE BEST SIMMENTAl LIMOUSINHEREFORD AND ANGUS BULLS List your Farm or Special Sale Early and be assured of a good PERLICH AUCTION MARKET located In The Hub Of Southern Alberlai livestock Industry 3 Miles East Of lothbridge On Highway 3 And Mile South BOX IETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 3283951 ;