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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE ItlHBRIDGt HERAID Solurcloy, Morth 34, W3 Oil producing nations to seek higher prices Livestock market report New York Times Service BEIRUT The principal oil- producing nations decided at a meeting here to seek immedi- ate negotiations with the oil companies on higher prices tor CATTLE AUCTION MONDAY, MARCH 26th 500 STEERS 400 HEIFERS 12 NOON (C.S.T.) 900 YEARLINGS Slraiyht Straight Angus Black Boldiat Charolais Cross All from one owner 100 SIMMENTAL 2 WAY CATTIE GtGDn grass or feed lot weighing between 500 anct 600 Ibs. These cattlo can be inspected at the Fitzpatrick Ranch anytime prior 1o the sale Sale will be held at WOODMOUNTAIN SAUE RING WOODMOUNTAtN, SASK. AUCTIONEERS: DON BEATON PAT FITZPATRICK Phone AC 306 642-5358 Pliane AC 306 266-4261 Assiniboia, Sask. Waadmauntain, Sask, THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET 300 TO 500 HOGS SHi. TUES., at 1 p.m. ALSO -DAIRY COWS -BABY CALVES -SHEEP SPECiAL! FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 27lh DISPERSION OF 30 BRED SOWS PLUS 10 HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS 1 BATES RANCHING CO. LTD. TWILIGHT STOCK COW DISPERSAL Tues., March 27th 7 p.m. ON OFFER 400 HEAD of RANCH COWS Market Hogs Shipped Daily BIG SKY LAND AND CATTLE LTD. SELECT CHAROLA1S BULL SALE WED., MARCH 28fh P.M. 75 PUREBRED AND HIGH PERCENTAGE 2-YEAR OLD AND YEARLING BULLS MANY HERD SIRE PROSPECTS WESTERN CANADA EXOTIC BREED SALE WED., APRIL llth P.M. LISTINGS INCLUDE 145 HEAD SEC ADJACENT ADVERTISEMENT PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THESE SPECiAL SALES SAT., MARCH 31 si. SALE OF EXOTICS EDMONTON WED., APRIL 4lh OARRIT DEWIT CLARESKOtM WED. and THUR5., APRIL A und 5 SOUTHERN ALBERTA CATTLE BREEDERS BULL SALE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION MOM., APRIL 9lh FRED NEISON WARNER FRIDAY, APRIL 13- MEDICINE HAT BUll SALE 5AT., APRIL 14th EMU LAOUA FOREMOST MONDAY, APRIL 16th ERICKSON BROS. VULCAN TUESDAY, APRIL 17th MRS. K. STRANG CIARESHO1M WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18lh HUBERT PYNE TABER FRI. and SAT., MAY 4 and 5 HORSE SALE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION LIST YOUR FARM SAIES EARLY AND BE ASSURED OF A GOOD SALE DATE. their oil to compensate for the devaluation of United States dollar. The 11 nations of the Organi- zation of Petroleum Exporting Ottawa Livestock OTTAWA (CP) Slaughter cattle and calf receipts de- clined over 700 head this week with about on offer at Canada's 10 public stockyards. A good demand continued lor slaughter steers and heifers re- sulting in active' lo strong trad- ing, the agriculture department menls, formed a three-member delegation lo undertake the ne- gotiations. It is composed of Libyan Oil Minister Izzidclin Al Mabruk, Iraqi Oil Minister Saadoun Hamadi and Kuwaiti Oil Minister Abdel Rahman Al- Attiqi. Sources close to the confer- ence said April 12 has been set ns a tentative date for starl- ing the negotiations in Beirut v.'ith representatives of U.S. and other western companies which own the concessions in I stock repoi-t. A-2 and A-2 steer prices ad- vanced in all centres witli west- ern markets 50 cents to high- er and eastern markets 50 cents higher. Toronto reported an all-time high of A-l and A-2 heifer prices in eastern markets remained steady. Slaughter cattle, steers A-l and A-2i Calgary 42.75 to 43.80; Edmonton 42.50 to 43.50; Sas- katoon 42 to 43.75; Winnipeg 43.50 to 44; Toronto 44.60 to 46.50; Montreal 41.50 to 43.25. Heifers, A-l and A-2: Cal- gary 41.50 to 43; Edmonton 41 to 42; Saskatoon 40 to 41.50; Winnipeg 41 to 42; Toronto 42 to 43, D-l and D-2 cows: Calgary 35 to 37: Edmonton 34 to 35.50 Saskatoon 34.50 to 36; Winni- peg 35.50 to 36.50; Toronto 34 to 35. Slaughter calves, good and choice veal: Edmonton 48 to the west were 50 cents to stronger while eastern prices remained steady. D-l and D-2 prices were uneven under a generally good demand witli Winnipeg reporting a narrow demand due to heavy supplies Western market prices were the producer countries. OPKC S1 to S2 higher technicians are to meel on' March 26 at OPEC headquar- ters in Vicrnna to study the technical details involved in raising the oil prices. A brief communique issued at end of the one-day meeting held at a local hotel said the negotiating team would seek an monton 48 to 56; Saskatoon 45 to 58.50; Winnipeg 52 to 55; To- ronto 52 to 57. Good lamhs: Calgary 38 to 37; Edmonton 37 to 39; Saska- toon 32 to 34: Toronto 48 to 58; Saskatoon 50; Winnipeg Cot to 70; Toronto 55 to 62; 'TccT0 s't'eers over 750 i pounds: Calgary to 45; Edmonton 40 to 47; Saskatoon 40 to 47.75; Winnipeg 42 to 47; Toronto 40 to 46. Feeder steer calves 401 to 575 pounds: Calgary 47 to 54; Ed- Index too hogs dressed: Cal gary 44.85 to 47.75; Edmonton 44.90 to 48; Saskatoon 4B.8S to 50; Winnipeg 47.60 to 51.95; To- ronto 50.50 to 55.30; Montreal 47. Lethbridge Livestock Sales Monday to Friday: 120 cattle; CS2 calves; hogs; 100 lambs. SLAUGHTER CATTLE Steers Al and 2, 42-43.25; hei- Al and 2, 41-42; cows Dl amendinent of the Geneva agreement "with a view to ob- taining full compensation as a result of the devaluation of the United States dollar and to avoid any future loopholes." Meat boycott support grows NEW YORK (AP) Support for a week-long United States- wide meat boycott starting the first of April appears to be growing daily just a month after two Los Angeles house- wives concerned about high YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE AND CALVES Thursday 1 p.m. 800 HEAD 800 INCLUDING 400 One Owner Yearling Steers 400 to 750 Ibs. WESTERN CANADA EXOTIC BREEDS SALE WED., APRIL llth-11 a.m. EARLY LISTINGS INCLUDE SLmmental Heifers with calves and open Vj Sim mental Heifers Limousin Heifers with Calves and Open V; Limousin Haifers and Open V'i limosin Heifers 5 Weaned Vi Chlonfno Calves Vz Chianina Calves with Dams Heifers bred to Glebvieh to in Sept. 10-Cows bred to Glebvieh (early calves) bred to Pinzgctuer in Dec, and Jan. bred to Tarlentise Blood Limosin Yearling Bulls ADDITIONAL LISTINGS INVITED SALE HELD AT PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. PHONE AC 403 32B-3451 BOX 1057 LETHBSIDGE, ALBERTA prices suggested the resistance. Anger over high prices or simple financial necessity ap- parently is prompting many housewives to reduce their meat buying. Tlie American Meat Institute reports from Chicago that there was 3 drop in wholesale meat prices during the last week. Noting this, Chairman Herbert Stein ot the president's Council of Economic Advisers told Washington reporters Thurs- day: "Something seems to be working back from the demand side. Consumer resistance may be having an effect." The National Association of Food Chains said that in a re- cent telephone survey of 16 food chains, 15 reported they were ordering less beef than before. The Western States Meat Pack- ers Association says West Coast meat wholesales have cut their prices two to three cents a pound in response to pressure from consumers and the gov- ernment. Organizers of the boycott promise they'll have an even greater effect in April. Women REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY AT A.M. WON. MARCH 26th 125 Bred Cowi from one owner 75 Bred Heifers from one owner 100 heifer calves from Marium Tome and Sons 50 mixed calves from Scotriee Ferguson Plus mtiny more Don'l be content to accept one offer at home, consign your livestock lo us, where you are guaranteed to have Trie Auction Ring full of Buyers to bid an your product. TABER AND DISTRItf BIEF BREEDER A5SOC, ANNUAL SPRING BULL AND REG. FEMALE SALE MARCH 31st AT P.M. CATALOGUES AVAILABLE IOUIS R6VAK FARM AUCTION WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th-10 A.M. PERLtCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. located in Ihe Huh of Southern Alhcrto'i Livestock Industry 3 mites cast of Lothbridge on 3 and V'i mils loutS BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER liNE UP YOUR FARM SALES NOW WHILE DATES ARE AVAILABLE PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: JOHNNY CHARLTON Sales Manager lie. 293 GARY JENSEN are showing up at supermarkets across the U.S. to hand out boy- cott leaflets and circulate reci- pes for meatless meals. In many stores shoppers al- ready are boycotting the meat department on certain (lavs of the week. If the one-week April boycott doesn't bring lower prices, supporters vow to ex- tend it one, two or even three weeks. "I think it's the phenomenon of the says June Donavan of the boycott wliich she and her friend, Arline Mathews, conceived in a tele- phone conversation in late Feb- ruary. The two women estimate they've received more than 20.- 000 letters and hundreds of >hune calls expressing suppoi-l and seeking more information about forming .Fight Inflation Together (F.I.T.) clubs. 28-33; bulls 38-41. HEl'LACEMENT CATTLE Stores over 750 Ibs. 43.50- 48; steers under 750 Ibs. 46- 52; heifers 38-45. Steer calves 48-57; heifer calves 45-50. Fourloads of cross bred heifers weighing front 580- 650 Ibs. sold from 53.25-55.75. HOGS AND LAMBS Butcher hogs 44.90-48.00 base price. Weaner and feeder hogs 24-34. Light feeders, 34-40. Heavy feeders, over 100 Ibs. 40-59. Light feeders 40-60 per cwt. Heavy feeders, over 100 Ibs., 34-42. Bred gilts 86-97.50 per head. Boars 65-110 per head. Good lambs 36-37. Perlich Livestock j There were head of live- i stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. fie- j ceipts included cattle and i 492 hogs. I SLAUGHTER CATTLE i Al and A2 steers 43.00 lo i 44 .V0; A4 steers 41.00 to 41.50; Dl and D2 cows 34.00 to 36.00; D4 cows 20.00 lo 33.00; bologna bulls to 39.50. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steer calves, 250 to 400 Ibs., 53.00 to 58.50; 400 to 500 Ibs., 52.00 to 57.30: over 500 Ibs., 49.00 to plain quality steer calves, all weights, 45.00 to 48.00: holstein steer calves 43.00 to 50.00; feeder steers, under 800 Ibs.. 46.00 to 49.00- over 800 Ibs., 44.00 lo 46.10; nol- slein and shortkeep slcers 41.00 lo 44.00; heifer calves, 250 to 41X1 Ibs., 40.00 lo 50.80; 400 (a 500 Ibs., 44.00 lo 50.80; over 500 Ibs. replacements, 250.00 lo 400.00 each; plain quality heifer calves 40.00 lo 44.00; feeder heifers to 44.75: feeder cows 33.00 to 35.00; cow calf pairs 400.00 to 490.00 HOGS AND DAIRY CATTLE itogs, dressed weight, 45.1.5 to 48.55; good weaners 30.00 to 34.50; light weaners 21.50 to 59.00; feeders, under 100 Ite., 36.09 to44.SO; feeders, over 100 Ibs., 46.00 lo 51.00; bred sows and gilts 117.00 to 155.00; baby calves 75.00 to 135.00- light calves 140.00 lo 150.00; dairy cows and heifers 400 00 to 505.00. Tciber Livestock TABER On offer this week were head of livestock consisting of 623 catMe and 461 hogs. Trade active on all class- es. Ured cows and heifers, 350 to 475; good cows, 34.50 to 37; heifery kinds to 39.50: fair lo medium, 29 to 34; cow calf pairs, 480 to 530. Bulls, 36.75 to 40. I Good yearling feeder steers over 750 pounds. 47 to 19.90; WINNIPEG (CP) Rape-! fair to 43 to 46.75. seed.prices posted gains of as! 5'carljng feeder heifers, Winnipeg grain much as nine cents in a strong- er volume of trade at Ihe close of t h e Winnipeg Commodity exchange Friday. Flax prices were down the daily maximum of 10 cenls in nearby months but only slight- ly in the deferred futures. Oats and barley prices were relatively firm on a demand and rye fluctuated marginally. Volume of trade Thursday was bushels of flax, M8.000 of rapeseed and of rye. Thunder Bay export wheat prices all were unchanged. 41 to 43.50; fair to medium, 38 to 40.75. Good steer calves 54.50 to 60; fair to medium, 49 to 54. Good heifer cafves, 50 to 54 fair to medium. 44 to 49.50. Weaner hogs. 22 lo 28; light feeders, 30 to 52; heavy feed- ers, 55 to 75; boars, 75 to Orain quotes Lake Higli Flax May Friday (basis Oct 404 Nov 394 Rapeseerf Vancouver Alar 333 Jun 380l.t 371'z Sep. 374 N'ov 359! i 348 3.i Ftapesr-Ml Thunder B; May 359 3491, Jly 358 Ocl 34fi JVov------ Dai's jiMay Jly 110'., Oct 105 "4 Dec iiarlc.v 149U Oct Dec 3W 39P, .149'B 345 115's 10-IT British jobless ranks dwindle LONDON (AP) The num- ber of jobless in Britain this month fell by to Ihe low- est level in more than two years, the British government announced today The department of employ- ment sairi that unfilled job va- cancies rose by 32.2-12 lo CARDSTON AND DISTRICT LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATION EXOTIC CROSS BRED BULL SALE APRIL 4 1 P.M. 20 SIMMENTAL CROSS 30 MAINE ANJOU 20 MURRAY GRAY CROSS 1 BROWN SWISS BULL 1 WELSH BLACK BULL For further information phona TOM WILSON 653-2491 KILLAM AUCTION MARKET TUESDAY, MARCH 27 Killam Market Noon firsl Chance Open Heifer Auction 1000 Head Expected 500 hoad of RWF and BWF heifers from one contributor IBR vaccinated, ear tagged, dehorned. Outstanding set of heifers ready to breed. 3-2 year old proven Hereford bulls from Mr. Tom 10 Yearling Hereford Bulls Viking area. This will be a good day to 9et your breeding heiferl for 1973 Be on the seats at Killam. AUCTIONEERS: PHONE 38J-3744 Otto Stroberg Lie. No. 010098 Dennis Streberg lie. No. 010097 Ken Jacobsen Lie. No. 019037 ARCHIE BUSHFIELD'S HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, APRIL 2 1 P.M. AT AIRDRIE CENTRAL AUCTIONS SALES PAVILION AIRDRIE, ALBERTA SELLING 150 HEAD 150 COMPRISING 7 HEAD Big cows weighing opprox. 1600 Ibs. All duo lo freshen soon wilh ihelr 3rd or 4lh calves, These cows are suitable for a milk herd or pyoiir breeding. 2 HEAD 6 yr. old all in full flow milk. 9 huMf coif heifers ;us1 fresh or close bred to Holstein bulls 2 HEAD Holsein-Guernsey cross 2 and 3 yrs, old due by sole day, 40 HEAD 2 and 3 yr. old heifers just fresh or due soon. 50 HEAD 2 and 3 yr. old heifers due lo calve from May through summer. 10 HEAD Open yearling heifers 20 HEAD Baby calves ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Heifers calving after April 17 bred lo Angus Bulls, All heifers have received IBR, black leg and Pi 3 shots, Mr. Bjshfieid had two sales in 1972 selling heifers cf the some lype we are selling in this sale The cattle have proven themselves good producers- Some of the heifers were brought in to Alberta from Ontario and B.C. and have been here seven months or longer, so are well acclimatized SAtE ORDER Cattle in full flow or springing will sold as singles, olhers in groups of five. Cattle may be inspected at J. Hays and Farm lac a rod at ihe Balzac Overpass Approx. 5 miles north of Calgary Airport corner. For further information contact the sales managers, SALE MANAGED and CONDUCTED BY GALVIN AUCTION CO. LTD. 110 WILDWOOD DR., CALGARY, ALBERTA PHONE 212-1595, 253-0211 AUCTIONEERS: EARL GALVIN Bill MORI50N LIC. 10056 L1C. 10098 May Oct Dec 141 142'2 UO'.l 105 150 HO 141 142 139'i J.WA PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located in the centre CALF FEEDER AND FAT CATTIE WED., MARCH 28th 500 HEAD 500 Highlighted by Rcd-white-Face Heifer cnlves suiFable For breeding 8 reg. Shorthorn cowl taige cattle Feeding and Hog Raising Available f HOG f ond DAIRY CATTLE SALE Trucking Branding Vaccinating Order Buying Government Veterinary Feeding Pens every Saturday at 1 SPECIAL 15 BABY CALVES p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRO FRIDAY For Tnformallfn and fitting! JIM or JOE JURIS Picture Bulle Auction Market Picture Bulls, Alta, Auction market loco led 16 miles noiib of lallibrickje Highway 25 Phone 732-4400 Picture ;