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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS _ THf lETHnRICGE HfPAlO Snlurrlnv. Mny 50. 197? Poison bait J..-.. ___. ,_ Ollnn-fi OTTAWA id1' l.ivi'Sloi'l: rccc-ipls al hi 1'iilihc I u k yards from Mmiday ihroui'h Thursday (if I his UTt'k WLTC' head, tloun Iroin l.isi wr-ck and 3.177 head In-low llic same wcok 'n Ihe do- LJ business liccslork prices KDMOXTOX i Weekly cups anil poultry report by the federal agrieullure lie jiarlment" Eggs: To producers' A lartlc. A nie'lium 3'J; A small 2-. B is, I' 6: Clack? To retailers: A brec -13-51. A medium A small 13 :i4-36. To consumers lin cartons i: A larcc A medium A small 39-12. Poultry: To producer, live No 1 broilers, li and over. 2G; r> and under (i. 23. I'ncler 4-fi. Turkey under 12, 27, 12 [o IJi: over Ui, Live Xo. 2 chicken broilers. 19: 6 and over. 23; 3 and under n. 20: (urkc-y under 12, I'-l; 12 to IS. over IB, 22. Bcof futures WINNIPEG H'P'-Live beet futures: close Friday. May 38.2013: Jly nG.tflN. Sep. 31.GOB. Tliursday's 12 con- lracts. parlmcnl of nn- uounced Eastern market deliveries were ll.OM head and deliver- ies in the west 14.MO head. K.x- purts to the United Klales lo- lalicd 52n head 202 slaughters and feeders Average prices increased ap- proximately 511 conls for most classes of livestock and feed- I m were steady. Hop prices went from 20 cents to cents Li most markets. Tht- dccrea.sp in market de- liveries was due to spring farm work, said a department of a.a- ricillluro official. (lioicc steers: Montreal 3G- Toronto and; Saskatoon Kd-j moilton 30-37: Calgary 36 50- flood heifers: Montreal 30-15: Toronto 31-33.50: Winnipeg 33- Saskatoon 26-27: Edmonton j 33.50-34: Calgary 31.25-35.'10. (lood cows. Montreal 2i'i.50- 2H25: Toronto 2B-27: Winnipeg 27.30-29; Saskatoon 2G-27; Ed- monton Calgary 2050- 28. Good feeder steers: Toronto 3S-42: :JM4: Saska- toon 25.50-12: Edmonton 3H3: Calgary 35-42 Good" and choice veal calves: Montreal Toronto -13-53; Winnipeg 50-tiO: Saskatoon -11- Edmonton 55-01. Good lambs. Toronto -15-56; Winnipeg 55 Grade A hops. Toronto 34-3H; Winnipeg Saska- toon Edmonlou 29.a5-30.10; Calgary j Iaken over HELENA, Mont. (AP) Tlip poison bait business, vacated by the federal fovcrnmcnt on presidential decree, has been taken ever temporarily by tlio Stale of Montana. Douglas Smith, agriculture t'o-ordijifllDr for Govtrnor For- rest Anderson, said the state aRriculture department will ask for extra funds in its budget to buy 55.000 pounds of strychmnc- IrJaled oats to control gophers. Smith said the state would pay for the poison grain and ask the next legislature to ap- prove the payment of about ODD. He snid the slate would Ihi-n be reimbursed by farmer, and ranchers. REGULAR NO SALE MONDAY, MAY 22nti NEXT SALE MONDAY MAY 29th 1 P.M. BE SURE TO ATTEND THE TABER RODEO SUNDAY AND MONDAY MAY, 21 cind 22 PARADE MONDAY MORNING AT 11 PRASRIE LIVESTOCK LIP. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Sale, Manager GARY JENSEN Auclioneer: JOHNNY CHARLTON tic. 293 Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG fCPI-Rapesecd prices moved slightly lower in a light volume of trade on the Winnipeg Gram Exchange Fri- day, the lasl day of trading be- fore the Victoria Day weekend. The exchange will be closed Monday. Local and commission houses combined with some commer- cial interest in the rapesecd. Flax prices posted slighl gains on limited exporter Inn- ing interest with sonic inter- month spreading and a lack of offers. The rest of the market was dull and featureless Volume of trade Thurfday was 903.000 bushels of flax. I. 007.000 of rapeseed and of rye. Thunder Bay export wheat prices all were unchanged. High Close Flax M ay 2734 271'j 273nsm Jly 274'-, 272-1 2741. (M 276's 274 276'z Nov Dec 273's 272'4 Itaprscrrt Vancouver Jun 257'i 256 2oG'a Scp 256'3 2o4c Nov 2j5'w 255' i 25o' i .Ian Z54'.z Haprsc-ed Thunder Bay May 2-1G Jly 24R'i 247 ?4a Oct 2JS-2 2JO', 5.-] I Dec 245'i Dais Oct Dec Barley May Jly" Oi-f May Jly' 101'a Oct. Dec 109 lll'i PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION Idocilly locnled in ihe cenlro of n cnllle Hog Raising Country HOG FAT Sale Wednesday at 1 Order at 1 p.m. BABY CALVES j 400 Feeding HOGS ASSEMBLED THRU FRIDAY i For Informallon and JIM CT JOE JURIS Phone listing, conlact picturc Marke, _ P-cture Bull. Auclicn lorufcd 16 miles rorlh of Highway 25 BUYING OP, SELLING CALL FRENCH CATTLE SALES FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SALES WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY AT AM. SPECIAL STOCK CALF AND FEEDER SALE FRIDAY AT P.M. .tf HOGS ASSEMBIED ..iitjVj AND SOLD Dnily tXl'DRTERS OF HOGS ci n cl -v f BABY CALF [ivory Monclciy at p.m. NO SALE MON., o.ulmc] Hocji MAY 22nd. CONSIGN ALL YOU" LIVESTOCK TO VESi IN THE 1-ltART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Res. 328-3986 TO. P.OX SS 1-1-7 LETHBRIDGE B Etf French 328-3906 Kon Miller 758-6607 Mticjralh Lou TVJcitier C.W. Hrrinmrjer 320-735') 0 Dem Klnsscn 345-'1358 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS Livestock market report Lethbridge livestock Macleod Livestock SWINGING STRIKER A Hull, Quebec worker makes o V sign with his legs as he swings in the door of S. E. Woods Ltd., before joining other striking workers in ihe streel. The strike was one of several in the Hull area sup- porting other unionists across the province. U.S. with tax OTTAWA If Ihf I'nilcd Stales imposes special duties on lire imports made by I he Midiclin Tire Co of Nova Scotia. Canada can impose spe- cial duties on U.S.-maric do- imports. Trade Minister Jc-.-in-Luc Pcpin said Friday. Interviewed after Commons questioning on the subject, Mr. Pepin said U.S. law permits special duties to be placcrl on fnrcipn-madc goods lliat have the advantage of an "export I bounty." The Americans were deciding whether Canadian regional de- velopment incentives lo Mi- cheliii c o n s I i I u I c an export bounty. Rut if the U.S. decided llic incentives constituted an export bounty, Mr. Popin said, the Ca-! nadian government could de- j dare that heavy U S. subsidies (o U.S. defence industries are j also exporl bounties, and thus impose duties on U.S. defence j imports. j Asked whether (lie Canadian government had drawn tins to lectures hockey people, for fiul EDMONTON (CPl A par-j cut of a minor hockey league j player was acquitted of assault but" net before everyone, involv- ed gol a lecture on sportsman- j ship from Provincial Judge i John Coughlan. Donald Stevens, of Ed- monton was charged with as- saulliiig referee Norman lin. 17. also cf Edmonton, Fell. 1 during a midget game be- tween jlay.eldcan and Ollewell. "I m lo think grown men would act in lllis fashion in front of children." Judge Coughlan said. "Some of those people lost their temper and .gave a fine display of sports- manship." Mr. Copliii admitted Waller C.'hapeiakv of Edmonlou. manager of Ihe llazclcleun team, after Mr. Ciiapelshy m a (I e derogatory remarks abniil hi.1-' rrfei ni-ing. Uirf liouororl WINM I'l'.l; flTi About persons packed inlo Ihe i Maniloba Centennial Centre lo 1 pay Irilmlc lo John Diefenbak- er's years of .-orvico as a mc-mlier of parliament. Tlie former prime minisler was wilh a four-week -old caini li'i-rior, and Manilnba si'.'r i.l Hie Iribule said a nalional campaign will lie set up lo name the animal. Woman killed STONY PLAIN iCl'l Mar Ih.i E. McEachern, of nionlon uas killed her Tar m v'.illi an- olher in limo wc.-l of Edmniilon. Police said she Ihr of oni; of the ve- hicles. the attention of Ihe U.S. govern- ment, Mr. Pepin replied "I'm quite sure that this must be fairly obvious to the Americans themselves." SAYS U.S. SELECTIVE Mr. Pcpin added that he hopes no special duties will be imposed on Michelin products, because the U.S. has become "much more selective" in the: past few years in imposing Ihe special duties against export bounties. He asserted that Ihe U.S. is not opposed to the entire Cana- dian program of regional devel- opment incentives, but is just concerned over cases of assist- ance lo firms that export a great proportion of their prod- ucts. Mr. Pepin was asked whether llu's would not seriously impair Ihe regional development pro- gram m view of the fact that a great deal of regional develop- ment projects are export-ori- ented. lie replied that a number of projects are designed Lo serve only Ihe Canadian market, while others would export only I-T lo 20 per cnnl of their produc- tion. He did not say how many j projects were primarily export- oriented. Earlier, he told the Commons Ihe government is trying lo de- velop a plan under which tire manufacturers in Canada could import some vehicle tires duty- free. But Ihe companies "are not particularly favorable to the he added. Sales Monday to Friday 2111 cattle; 52 calves; hogs and 50 lambs. Butcher cattle prices steady to strong. Replacement cattle lully sleady. Trade nclive. Good and choice butcher steers scarce and selling at trong prices. Good to low Choice butcher heifers generally steady under good demand All classes of cows meeting keen demand, prices strong to 50 higher, with odd sales up to 20.60. Dulls steady. Medium and good stacker and feeder cattle meeting very good from local buyers at firm rates. SLAUGHTERS Steeers, choice, 36.75 37.40; good, 35.50-36.50; medium 32-33. Heifers, low choice, 34-34.50; good, 33-33.75. Cows. good. 20.50-28, medium, 25-26, canners and cutters 20- 24. Bulls, good 20-30. REPLACEMENTS Good heavy feeder steers over 800 Ibs., 35-38. Good light stock steers 575- 700 Ibs., Good feeder heifers 600-700 Ibs., 33-36.50. Good stock steer calves 4649. Good stock heifer calves, 35- 39.50. HOGS, LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge Yards 30.25- 30.55 base price. There were 400 butcher hogs sold for export price converted to 23.55-24.15 liveweight. Weaner and feeder hogs sold 1.00-5.00 per head higher. Weaners 15.00 18.75. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. 21.00-28.00. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 27.0MO.OO all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 31.00-37.5 per hundredweight. Heavy feeders over 10 Ibs. 25.00-32.00 per hun- dredweight. Bred sows and gilts per head. Good spring lambs 30.50. Perlich Livestock There were head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included caltle and 805 hogs. Cattle market was strong and active on all classes. Price quotations as follows: SLAUGHTER CATTLE Choice steers 37.00 to 37.20: No fat heifers on offer; good COWs 27.00 to 28.00: medium cows 25.00 to 27.00; canners and cutters 23.00 lo 24.50; bologna bulls 26.50 to 28.25. FEEDER CATTLE Light stock steer calves 46.00 lo 51.00; fleshy steer ealve.1 under 600 Ibs. 41.00 lo 45.00: plain quality light steer calves 39.00 to 41.00; feeder steers 000 to 850 Ibs. 37.00 to 43.10; short keep feeder steers 36.00 lo 40.00; light stock- heifer calves 36.00 to 40.00; fleshy heifer calves 34.00 lo 36.00; feeder heifers 33.00 to 35.00; feeder cows 23.00 to 26.00; cow-calf 340.00 to 280.00; bred cows 300.00 to 330.00. HOGS. DAIRY CATTLE AND CALVES Market hogs (dressed weighl) 3.00 to 30 30; wean- er hops IS 00 lo 18.75. light weaners 12.75 to 16.00..feed- ers under 100 Ibs. only a few on offer; feeders over icio 32.00 to 39.25; bred sows and gills 70.00 lo S2.50: baby calves 57.00 to 87.00: dairy cows lo 375.00; light beef type calves 120.00 lo 185.00 each. COMING SALES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET May 22nd at 1 p.m. MACKENZIE BROTHERS REGISTERED RED ANGUS SALE BULLS AND FEMALES 58 (LOTS) 58 Toss., ftigy 23rd at a.m. 800-HEAD-800 HIGHLIGHTED BY 100 HEAP OF 150 LB. BUli CALVES Cnnrolnin nnd Brown Sw'w Cron frcni Polmer Rancli, Hillspring SPECIAL AT P.M. TUESDAY, MAY 23 1250 6 FT. TREATED POSTS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th SPRING HORSE SALE LISTINGS INVITED FRIDAY, JUNE 16th IAST CHANCE BULL SALE ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY JUNE 5TH iVv- s or: CANAOAS CATTLE COUNTRY FORT MACLEOD On offer at Ihe Fort Macleod Auction Market tills week were 852 cal- Lle and calves with stronger trade over last week on slaugh- ter steers and heifers. Cows and bulls were sleady and stocker and feeder classes sleady to stronger. Choice steers 36.70 lo 37.20; choice heifers 33.40 to 3150; good cows 26.00 lo 28.50; me- dium and over fat cows 23.50 to canners and cutlers 10.25 lo 21.75. Shelly kinds 10.00 to 15.00; good bologna bulls 27.75 to medium butcher 23.00 lo 30.00. Good cow calf pairs S400 to 440, medium and good aged pairs J350 to 390; plainer cow calf pairs lo 340; me- dium calvy cows and heifers to 325. Feeder steers 1703 to 800 pounds) 30.00 to 40.GO; green steers (600 lo 700 pounds) 41.00 lo 44.00; (400 lo 550 pounds) 45.00 lo 50.00; medium steers (400 to 600 pounds) 37.00 lo 43.00. Slockrr and feeder hulls (500 to 765 pounds) 3C.30 lo 41.75; good feeder heifers (500 lo 650 pounds) 37.00 to 38.30; replace- ment quality 43.75; green heif- ers (450 to 550 pounds) 37.00 to fiesny ibuu io 600 pounds) 31.00 to 33.00. Convicted of fraud CALGARY (CP) James G. Balnave of Calgary was sen- tenced (o 1C monlhs Imprlson- menl afler he was convicted In provincial court on 11 fraud charges. He was sentenced to 13 months on each of eight charges and six months on three charges, all concurrent. Balnove was charged with seven counts of obtaining money by false pretences and four of fraudulently obtaining food and lodging. The charges resulted from cheques written on accounts that had been closed, non-existent accounts or NSF cheques. Besides the fraud charges, Balnave also was found guilty of six traffic offences amount- ing to in fines These were waived because of the jail term he is to serve. AUCTION MARKET i COMMUNITY AUCTION SALE ASSOCIATION REGULAR CATTLE SALE WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th at 1 p.m. ON OFFER REGULAR RUN OF FAT and FEEDER CATTLE Highlighted by 50 STOCK COWS WITH CALVES AT FOOT FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACT Community Auction Sales Assn. Ltd. "Operating fiveslock Auctioni Sines 1939" ED GROSS DON FITZPATRICK Rei. 627-3285 Rei. 627-40B3 Offic. 627-3466 Yard 627-3660 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET WEANERS-FEEDERS SOWS-BOARS SELL TUES., at 1 p.m. ALSO DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY, MAY 23rd 20 PUREBRED YORK GILTS Due fa Farrow in 3 Weckl 2 PUREBRED YORK BOARS 100 BEEF-TYPE YOUNG CALVES ALSO PRESSURE TREATED ROUND POSTS 5" to 6'' fop) 7 rr. Jong Market Hogs Shipped Daily FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 600-HEAD-600 MANYBERRIES RESEARCH SUB-STATION FIELD DAY and BULL SALE SAT., JUNE 3 tit 1 p.m. at MANYBERRIES SUB-STATION 15 PERFORMANCE TESTED REGISTERED HEREFORD and ANGUS BULLS SPECIAL REP1ACEMENT HEiFER SALE WED., JUNE 14th T P.M. 500 YEARLING HEIFERS HEREFORD ANGUS mid CROSSBREDS ANNUAL EQUIPMENT AUCTION June 21st 10 A.M. TRUCKS TRACTORS FEEDLOT IRRIGATION-TILLAGE and FARM EQUIPMENT LIST YOUR EQUIPMENT EARtY ADVERTISING DEADtlNE SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Locnlnd In Tlin Hub Of Southern Afbnria'i Live slock Industry 3 Milfli East of Laihbridge on Highway 3 and U Mile South BOX 1057, LETH3RIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 378-3951 ;