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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IflHBRIDGE HERALD Snlurday, Mny 13, 1772 "t report Livestock market report Lethbriclge Livestock Coral anil choice veal calves: Mmilrcal su lo 58; Toronto '13 lo M: Wmulpr; nil lo CO: Monday to Friday: 490 i catllc, 110 calves; hofis 01 lambs. Buldiur cattle prices were I heifer calves sold lo M.23; fair lo medium heifer I'idves :I5 lo 37.25; baby calves 7li In 97.50. Wcancr hops sold 13.50 lo 1G. Light feeders 18 to 25.50: steadv 51) cenls lower. lie-1 heavy feeders 25.51) to 30.50. In 41: ICdimmlou 5J placement callle steady lo! Butclicr hogs last week 2050. iMelily OTTAWA Rcceipls of1 cattle al tin1 10 public sloc'k- yards from Monday lo Thurs- day tliis K'cck totalled L'fl.MP loun -1 head, down from la.s! lo and G40 head more than in Hie Cuod lambs: Toronto -la lo 5G: corresponding week lasl year, i Winnipeg 4-1 lo 4fi.25; Calgary I elier steers sold I o establish ICaslern market deliveries In-'28. liable quutalions. Good and (ailed 12.630 head and western! Grade hogs: Toronto 34.03, choice butcher heifers scarce. market deliveries 15400 head, to .Hi. 15: Winnipeg 39.33 to 32.40; and selling steady. All classes wore head ot livc- Sas-kctmm lo ,11; strong. Trade active. There were insufficient but- Horse o'clock. sale lomglil al 7 Perlich Livestock Marketings were up Ihe ,'i'0..1l lo ,11; Edmon- Kasl and down in Ihe West clue ton 29.-15 to 30.13; Calgary 29.13 lo spring seeding activity. 10 -i'.M. Exports uf beef cattle to the I'.S. totalled 1-17 for slaughter and tun feeders. Choice and good steer and heifer prices were 50 cents low- er lo a dollar Wilder: con's .ill egg and poultry report issued cents higher to 50 cents lower; by die federal agriculture de- bulls SI higher (o SI lower; partment: .slcarly lo SI higher and EGGS hogs 10 mils to SI. 15 higher. Tn producers: A large -12: A Choice steers: Montreal 3li.2j to 33: Toronto 3750 lo 3B.50; Winnipeg In Knska- loon 35 ID 3C.50: Edmonton 3C to 37: Calgary lo 37 20. Good heifers: Montreal 30 to 31.25: Toronln 3-1.50 lo 35.50; 32.50 lo 33.50: Saska- toon 32.50 to 33.50; Edmonton 33.50 to 3-1.25; Calgary 3-1 25 to stock sold lliis week at f'erlich i rcporl EDMONTON' rO'l Weekly medium .ID: A small 22: B 18; C G; cracks B. To retailers: A large 51-54; A medium -19-51; A small 34-35; B cracjis 2H-2C. To consumers fin A large A medium A 35. Good cowi: Montreal to 28.50: Toronto 27 to 2fr. Winni- peg 2650 to 23; Saskatoon 26 lo 26.73; Edmonton 25.50 to 211.75; Calgary 26 to 23.50. Good feeder steers: Toronto 38 to 42; Winnipeg 36 ot 44; Saskatoon 35 to 42; Edmonton S3 lo 43: Calgary 34.50 !o 41.60. rori.TMv Live 1 chicken broilers, i> and over 'X: 5 and un- der K. 23. Fowl under 4. 4-G. Turkey under 12, 12 lo 18, over 18, 24. Live No. 2 chicken broil- ers 13: r, and over, 23; 5 and under G, 20. Turkev under 12. 2313; 12 lo 13, over 18. 22. of cows sold steady early the week, closing 50 or more Bros Auction Market Ltd. lower. Bulls steady. Medium and good slockcr and feeder callle and stock calves meeting keen demand from local buyers at strong prices. SLAUGHTERS Heifers, choice 34 lo 34 90: good 33 to medium 31 lo 32.50. Cows, good 2fiSO lo 23; med- ium 25 lo 2G; canncrs and cul- lers 20 lo 24.50. Bulls, good 28 lo 29 90. REPLACEMENTS Good heavy feeder steers over B50 Ibs. 36 lo 38.50. Good light stock steers 575 lo 700 Ibs. 33 to 45. Good feeder heifers 33 lo Receipts included 534 catllc and 757 hogs. Cattle market conlinues strong and active on all classes. Gtxxl lo low choice steers sold 3G lo 3C.90; good heifers 31 lo ,14.60; medium heifers 32.50 lo 34; good cow's to 27. Hcifcrettes to 29.50; medium cows 24 to 26; canncrs and cut- ters 21 to 2J; nnd bologna dulls 27 lo 20. Light stock steer calves 45 lo 47.75; fleshy steer Lord Thompson to continue expansion of his holdings calves 530 Ottawa 'lacks nerve By JEFF CARRUTI1ERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAH'A Dr. 0. M. So- landt, retiring chain-nan ol the !'nCC1' Ca'VeS i Science Council, yesterday ac- cused Ibe federal government 400 Ibs. 43 to 48. Good stock heifer calves 34.50 to 30. HOGS, LAMBS of suffering from a "lack of en- repreneural nerve" for n o I Butcher hogs sold this week launching a number ot major JLtd. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON technological programs recom- mended by the Science Coun- cil. Speaking at a news confer- ence. Dr. Solandt specif i e d Short Take-Off and Landing STOL aircraft and communi- cations satellite technology as two areas where the govern- ment had failed to take neces- sary action. "Canada had the competence to do an outstanding he said. And the government "with j quite a modest expenditure'' i could have created very active Taber Livestock i on-going programs m Canada al the Lelhbridgc yards 29.25 to 39.30 base price. There were 566 butcher hogs sold for export, nrico converted lo 23.25 to 24.10 liveweighl. Weancr and feeder hogs sold slcady lo 2.00 per head higher. Weancis 11 to 17. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. 19 lo 22.50. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 27 lo all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs sold from 26 to 31 per hundred- weight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 22 lo 26.50 per hundred- weight. feeder slecrs 000 to 1150 Ibs. 36.50 lo 43; shorl keep feeder sleers lo 37.50; holstein feeder steers 500 to 650 Ibs. 35.75 lo 39; stock heifer calves 36.50 to 41.50; fleshy heifer calves and feeder heifers 33.50 lo 3G; feed- er cows 23 to 2C; cow-calf pairs 300 lo 390. Market hogs sold 29.25 lo 29.70 dressed weight, weaner hogs 15 lo 19; light weaners 13 (o 16; feeders under 100 Ibs. 18 o 2G.50; feeders over ICO Ibs. 27 lo 40.75; bred sows and gills 70 to 115; baby calves G7.50 (o 31; and medium quality dairy cows 300. By HAROLD MORRISON LONDON (CP) Lord Thom- son said here he plans to con- linuc lo expand and diversify Ilis holdings to reduce liis com- pany's dependency on news- papers. "We are thinking ot many feeder; new the Canadian-bora peer said in an interview as lie amplified on the company's an- nual report which said large (0 REGULAR CATTLE SALE MONDAYS at 1 p.m. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223.3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: JOHNNY CHARLTON Lie. 293 Salei Manager GARY JENSEN TABER Prairie Livestock Ltd. sold 808 head of livestock this week, 431 callle and 377 hogs. Trade remained aclive with all classes holding sleady. Canada protests N-test OTTAWA (CP) Canada has protested lo the French govern- ment plans for a nuclear tcsl explosion In Ihe almosphere over Ihe Soulh Pacific soon. "The Canadian government Is especially opposed lo nuclear lesling in Ihe almosphere be- cause of Ihe effects of such test- ing on the said the note, which External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp tabled that would have not only cre- ated additional employment in the Commons, but inspired the Apollo program inspired Amer- icans. Dr. Solandt noted thai the government isn't the only one Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG prices were relatively firm to fractionally lower al ll-e close on (lie Winnipeg Grain Ex- change Friday. Exporters were small buyers in that commodity with local and commission bouses supply- ing limited interest. Flax prices worked lower on a weak trade while rye prices declined slightly on a laek o[ interest. The rest ol the market was fcalurcless and quiet. Volume o[ Irade Thursday was bushels of [lax, 967.000 ot rapeseed and of rye. Export loadings of Canadian wheat included bushels lo Ihe U.S.S.R. Grain quotes Friday (basis Iligli Low ..Flax May 269 Jly 271 Ocl 27111 Nov Uapesccd Vancouver cash sums will be available for expansion. Gordon Biointon, chief execu- live of Thomson Organlzalion Lid., estimated in Hie report is- sued earlier this week that up lo million million) can be used. Of this total, the Thomson Or- ganization, whose shares arc traded on Uie stock market, will be able lo gcnerale more than million. In addition, Thomson's own family company, Thomson Scot- tish Associates, will provide million. Thomson, who will be 78 next month, is one of the world's leading newspaper owners, con- trolling large groups of dailies In Britain, Canada, United Stales and olhcr countries. At the same time, he has be- come the biggest packaged-tour operator in Britain with an 11- plane aircraft fleet Ihal will be increased lo 13 planes nexl spring. In addition to interests in properties, computers, trade publications and other fields, the Thomson Organization has recently expanded into North Sea oil exploration In co-opera- lion with Paul Gelly and other successful oil men. "About one-half of our profit now comes from non-newspaper Thomson said. Thomson and his son, Ken- neth, are joint chairmen of tho Thomson Organization. On Juno 5, Sir Max Ailken, head of Beaverbrook newspapers, will honor Thomson nt a birthday dinner at which leading digni- taries and Fleet Slreet publish- ers will be present. But Thomson said there was no unusual significance in tho dinner He had no plans to step down or retire. Beef futures WINNIPEG beef fulures close Friday. May 37.00B; Jly 36.00B; Sep 34.25B. Thursday's volume: Two con- tracts. Jun Scp Nov Jan 258 255U 255 254 Close 207% 271-li 270% 255', t 254 261 !i 249U Rapesecil Thunder Bay Cows were steady and bulls; that jacks entrepreneurial were scarce. Feeder steers sold one dollar higher and heifers were 50 cenls stronger. Steer calves were scarce, The criticism was JevelJed at Ihe Lamonlague Senate Science Policy Commillee in a Science The note cites a resolution passed by the Commons last Oc- tober 15 which called for Ihe end of all nuclear testing. That resolution was adopted shortly before the United Slales delonaled a nuclear bomb be- neafh Alaska's Amchilka Is- land. The note says Ihe nuclear PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located Iti the centre of a large Feeding and Hog Raising Country i most on offer being heavy grain-fed. I Good heifer calves were 1.50 higher. j Weaner and feeder hogs were steady. Good cows sold 26 to 28.70: fair to medium cows 23.50 to 25.75: cows with calves 300 to 380; bulls 25 to 27.50; good yearling feeder steers 38.50 to 40: fair lo medium feeder steers 36.50 lo 38.25. Good yearling feeder heifers sold 35.25 to 36; fair to medium feeder heifers 33.50 to 35. Good steer calves sold 42.50 to 44. Fair to medium steer calves alion of the granting and re- sold 40 to 42.25. j search functions of the Nation- al Research propo- I sition that would have been opposed a few years ago, he said. Council of the test-ban at- mospheric, outer space and un- dersea be re- spected by all states." Senate Committee's Volume II on science policy, published last January. Dr. Solandt added that Indus- try in Canada had missed a number of excellent opportuni- ties as a result of the same lack of nerve. He identified the foreign ownership problem in Canada as being "the biggest single factor in the failure to develop strong, indigenous industry in Canada." On another topic, he salt! he thought most scientists in Can- ada today would favor a separ- May Jly Oct 248 'z 248 5s 24BU Nov 246 Oats May Jly Oct Barley May Jly Oct Ityc Alay Jly 1031'i Oct 24614 2455s 102% 245% 2461i 246Vi S? 70 1093i 111U 1023i Calf, Feeder and FAT CATTLE every Wednesday at 1 p.m. Scrv ailabld Trucking if Branding Vaccinating if Order Buying Government Veterinary ir Feeding Pens 40D-HEAD-400 Highlighted by: 200 Yearling Steers and Heifers from one owner 15 Hereford Cows with calves at foot from one owner HOG and Dairy Cattle Sale Saturday at 1 p.m. SPECIAL-10 BABY CALVES For Information and lislingi contact Auction m JIM or JOE JURIS Picture Butte Auction Market Picture Bulle, Alia. nkct located 16 miles north oF Lelhbridgc Highway 25 Phons 732-4400 Picture A LARGE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION IS SEEKING AN EXPERIENCED CREDIT OFFICER Soles finance or related backarolxid essential. The successful candidate should be presently em- ployed al or above the assistant manager level. Pleais forward rtiumB to BOX 39, HERALD COMING SALES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., May 16th at 10.30 a.m. HIGHLIGHTED BY 60 COWS WITH CALVES AT FOOT from Vern Peterson, Creslon, B.C. and Jake Willmi, Pincher Creek 4 REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS from John Vcgeii, Femie, B.C. 60 YEARLING HEIFERS from Bill Glen, Killsprtng 30 HEAD REPLACEMENT QUALITY CHAROLAIS HEIFERS from Palmer Ranch, Hillspring WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th SPRING HORSE SALE LISTINGS INVITED FRIDAY, JUNE 16th LAST CHANCE BULL SALE ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY JUNE 5TH Lush areas on moon predicted BUYING OR SELLING CALL FRENCH 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 A55EMB1ED AND SOLD Excel FEEDER HOGS and BABY CALF SALE Every Mondny cit p.m. EXPORTERS OF S1AUGHTER HOGS ml Fncililioi For Feeding nnrl Landing Honi CONSIGN AU ruU" LIVESTOCK TO C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Rcs. 328-3986 P.O. BOX SS 1-1-7 LETHBRIDGE Ed French 358-3986 Km Millor 758-6607 Magmlh Lou DoJncior 327-9510 C.W. Hcnninejfr 328-735-1 Dun Klasscn 343-4353 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS TORONTO (CP) The deso- late surface of the moon may become a lush area with a semi-tropical environment en- j closwi in a plexiglass roof, a leader of the United States space program predicted here. 1 Dr. von Braun, Ger- man-IxK'ii rocket, expert, Lold an audience of at Rycrson Foltechnical Institute that areas resembling market gardens may bo cultivated on the moon, perhaps within UIB next 20 years, that ivoiilrl support, colo- nies of people. Ur. von Braun, for HIP design Or Um. V-2 rocket dur- ing HIP Second World War. .nlso described rarlh-orhilinc f.nlel- litcs capable of counting I ho number of potatoes in a field and warning of impending in- vfliiions by insecl hordes. He said such satellites could also provide dala o; crops on a global scnlc nnd slmly oil and mineral reserves, thus provid- ing a vital function in a world- I wide system for managing pro- i duotion nf food, forestry, mining and petroleum. 1IRIKK FUailT MnilGKICS, S wi crlaml i'Heuleri A new speeies n[ bird, named Ilio Klfin Woods Warbler, has been discovered in Puerln Hico bill is already threatened wifli extinction, Ilio World Wildlife Kund rapnrls. Tho new species numbers than 300 pairs. MACKENZIE BROTHERS REGISTERED RED ANGUS SALE BULLS AND FEMALES 58-LOTS-58 HIGHLIGHTED BY 'LOT NO. 31-MALE RED MAC Larkabelang 24B 355697 orrv May 17, I97d Tattoo: JFX 24B A.D.G. birlh lo weaning index 112. A.D.G. 168 rlay feedinq period index 110 A.D.G birth lo end of lesl inde. 110. During tlifi of tlio iliow rirruil, he plfKe'l lowor tlian 6lh nnd wni reserve junior champion al HIP Pacific National Exhibition, Vancouver. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE One-hnlf interest selli with full poiiession 12 Females with calves at foot. 18 Open Yearling and 2 year old Females. 7 2 year old Bulls 11 Yearling Bulls For infornintion nntl cutciloguoi conlacl THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET WEANERS FEEDERS SOWS -BOARS SELL TUES., at 1 p.m. ALSO DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP Special for Tues., May 16th 200 SMALL CALVES consisting of 100 Holstein calvei 250 to 450 Ibs., 100 Beef type calves ZOO to 400 Ibs. 100 ONE OWNER WEANER HOGS Market Hogs Shipped Daily FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 600-HEAD-600 INCLUDING: 50 2 year old Hereford Heifers with calves at fool 4 Brown Swiss 2 Red Angus Bulls MANYBERRIES RESEARCH SUB-STATION FIELD DAY and BULL SALE SAT., JUNE 3 at 1 p.m. MANYBERRIES SUB-STATION 15 PERFORMANCE TESTED REGISTERED HEREFORD and ANGUS BULLS ANNUAL EQUIPMENT AUCTION Wed., June 21st 10 A.M. TRUCKS TRACTORS FEEDLOT IRRIGATION-TILLAGE and FARM EQUIPMENT LIST YOUR EQUIPMENT EARLY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Locnlcrl In Thn Hub Of Southern Alhcrtn's Livestock InduiTry 3 East of Lolhbrirfge on Highway 3 nnd U Mile South BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;