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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2f THI LETHSRItlGE HERALD Saturday, Navembir 4, 1971 Ottawa Livestock to OTTAWA (Cl'l Receipts al Canada's 10 public stockyards Taber Livestock Prairie Livestock report: On olfer this week were head of livestock consisting of 1.725 caltle and 258 hogs and four sheep. Trade remained active on lop quality caltle wilh off quality classes selling under pressure. Stock cows and bred heifers solo! steady, quality considered. Feeder and Butcher cows steady. Bulls steady. Yearling feeder steers 50 cents stronger. Heifers Sl.OO higher. Steer and heifer calves off just a lit- tle quality cnsidered. All class- es of hogs steady. Slock cows and bred heifers, 255 to 320; good cows, 26 lo 27; fair to medium, 22 to 25.75. Bulls, 26.50 lo 26. Good, yearling feeder steers from Monday to Thursday this week were 34.691 head. 2.R59 head below last week's receipts and 2.609 below tlii; correspond- ing week a year ngo. The agriculture department has reported a good demand for choice steers and heifers re- sulted in higher prices and an active market. Good cows, however, fame under pressure with barely steady prices prevailing. Replacement caltle demand- ed good prices in an active market. Calf prices were steady, lamb prices uneven. Hog prices were high in (he east while western hog prices declined. Choice steers: Montreal Ifl 37, Toronlo 37.50 to 38.30. Winnipeg 35 lo :iii. Saskatoon 34 to 35.50, Edmonton 34 to 34.25 Calgary 34 to 34 50 Choice heifers: Montreal 31 lo 33.50. Toronlo 34.50 lo 35.50, Winnipeg 33.50 lo 34.50. Saska- loon 31.50 lo 33.25. Edmonton 33 to 33.50. Calgary 33 to 34. Good cows: Montreal 25 to 27.50, Toronto 25 to 25.50. Win- nipeg 25.50 to 2G.50, Saskatoon 23.50 to 25, Edmonton 22 to 23.50 Calgary 25 lo 27. Good feeder steers: Toronto 38 to 44. Winnipeg 36 to 42. Sas- katoon 34 lo 43, Edmonton 35 to 42, Calgary 34 to 42.75. Good and choice veal calves: Montreal 50 to 59.50. toronto 38 to 48. Saskatoon 38.50 lo 42, Edmonton 37 to 42. Good lambs: Montreal 27.50 to 30, Toronto 31 to 34, Winni- peg 24 to 26. Saskatoon 22.50, Edmonton 24 to 266, Calgary 23! steady to 1.00 higher on to 23 50 classes but steer claves. Choice steers, 35 to 35.80; medium lo good, 33 to 35; choice heifers, 33 to 33.40; good cows, 24 to 24.90; medium cows, 21 to 23.50; canners and cows, 21 lo 23.50; canners and cutlers, 16 Lo 20; bologna bulk, 25.30 to 39.25. Steer calves, 250 lo 400 pounds, 47 to 54; steer calves, to 500 pounds, 44 to 50; steer calves, over 500 pounds and plain quality, 38 lo 47; yearling steers to 700 pounds, 40 lo 43.40: sleers, 700 lo 800 pounds, 38 to 42. Holstein and plain quality steers, ,13.70 to 39.10; heifer calves, 250 to 400 pounds, 42.00 lo 47; heifer calves, 400 to 500 pounds, 38 to 43.50 with sales to 47.00 on replacement Charo- lais heifers. Heifer calves, over 500 pounds, 36 to 39; plain quality heifer calves, 30 to 35, feeder fair to medium. "37 to 40.25. Good yearling feeder heifers over 700 pounds. 36.25 lo 38; lair to medium, 33.50 to 36. Good steer calves over 450 pounds, 43 lo 52; fair lo medi- um. 45 lo 47.75. Good heifer calves over 425 pounds, 41 to 43.75; under 400 pounds. 43 to 46: fair lo medii- um, 36.50 to 40.50. Weaner hogs. 15 lo 20: lighter kinds, 11 to 14; light feeders, 20 to 29. heavy feeders. 30 to 800 pounds, 40.50 lo 42; j heifers, 600 to 800 pounds 34 lo 38; feder cows, depending on age and quality, 20 to 27; bred cows and heifers of good qual- ily, 300 lo 350; medium quality, 60260 lo 290. Market hogs, dressed weighl, 35.90 to 37.65; good weaners, 16.00 to 21.75: light weaners, 10 to 15; light feeders under 100 Livestock market report Polk Shortage of ice rinks in U.S. are ahead II of last year iposes problem tor teen-agers Canadian pork exports arc ASSOCIATED PRESS running ahead of a year The s'8hl of a teen-ager out with beef shipments lower. on lhc sfreet at a'm- mtn lce To mid-September, pork ex- ovcr his shoulder and carrying a hockey slick is becoming increasingly common in many [owns and cilies in the United Stales. He may be on ports totalled about 07 million pounds, up [rom 71 million a year ago. The shipment gain represents considerably larger off-shore ex- of three rinks in the San Fran- cisco Bay area. Mass skating hy individuals is the most profitable use of rinks and therefore occupies so- called prime time, he explains, his way to hockey practice al The public pays for the Rose says. "And U) make il pay, you have to do a I whether the facility Is privately big volume of public skating." I owned S2S AN HOUfl FOR HINK j In the Chicago area, where When it is loo late for the i there are 32 rinks, It b re- public, amateur groups rent rinks at rales ranging from about an hour, depending upon the time of night and ports, and somewhat lower ship-1 an ice ments lo the U.S. Exports of: .The lad ls cauRnt in tlle SUI" hams are down, while trade 1SU18 Popularity of ice hockey, in loins, bellies and shoulder but the shortage of rinks pre- cuts is up vents practice during daylight Beef and veal exports al 48 j ol' early-evening hours, million pounds to mid-Septem- easy'" says ber are running about 20 per cent below a year ago. Close lo 75 per cent of beef and veal exports is boneless beef. Veal exports represent about 10 per cent of tola! beef and veal ship- ments. high school sophomore who practises with 27 classmates from a.m. to 2 a.m. Mon- days at a suburban New York facility. "But you got to do il." and rink owners j agree the shortage of rinks is due lo to million is needed to build Ihe soaring interest in the sport. The number ol professional hotkey teams has nearly tripled in the last five years. "It's really getting very pounds, 22.50 lo 35: feeders! WINNIPEG (CD Grain says Neil Rose, owner Gram prices Winnipeg Grain Minor candidates eve White House over 100 pounds, 35 lo 45.50. Bred sows and gilts, 75. lo 102.50; fat lambs, 24 to 26.40 j per hundredweight. quotes Friday (basis Lake-1- 44 i Young ewes, 3.00 to 4 00 each Parlich livestock There were head of quality, livestock sold this week at Per- lich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included cattle. hogs and 166. The cattle market was all Index ion hogs: Toronto 39.60 to 41.55, Winnipeg 35.95 to 59.55, Saskatoon 34.80 to 38.15. Ed- Majority of the steer calves traded 2.00 or more low- THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET 300 TO 500 HOGS SELL TUES., at 1 p.m. ALSO DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY, NOV. 7th 100 LIGHT BEEF AND DAIRY TYPE CALVES weighing 150 to 400 Ibs. Market Hogs Shipped Daily THIS WEEK SPECIAL RANCHER CALF SALES WED., NOV. 8th 1 p.m. AT 1 P.M. and every Wed. in Nov. Dec. YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 800 HEAD 800 BRED HEIFER and STOCK COW SALE FRI, NOV. 10th AT 1 P.M. ALL CATTLE PREGNANCY TESTED TO Consigner! to Dale Include: George Templnton 110 Hereford heifers Joe Bulman 140 Hereford heifers Doug Darch................ 80 Hereford heifers Sharpies Ranch................45 Hereford heifen Jim Raez 30 mixed heifen Bruce Smilh Hygrade Livestock John Jahasz Jerry Paradise Harvey Dcjong Big Sty Collie Co. Albert Noble Roy Gordon Burton Louis Balog Jerry Reti George Antal Jack Kerns Mnnyberriei fiosoo, 90 Hereford heifers ------200 Mixed cows and heifers 60 mixed heifers 50 mixed heifers 25 Hereford heifers 100 cows anrl Charolais Heifers 70 mixed cows and heifers Hereford heifers 30 mixed cows 30 mixed heifers 30 Hereford heifers 80 Lharolais Heifers 110 Hereford Heifon Station 25 Angus nnd Hereford Cows STRINGHAM RANCH PRODUCTION SALE AT MILK RIVER, ALBERTA MONDAY, NOV. 13 p.m. 118 POLLED HEREFORDS 17 YEARLING BULLS HERD SIRE AND RANGE BULL PROSPECTS 91 BRED AND OPEN HEIFERI 35 COW-CALF PAIRS Your source of Top Quailly Pollad Herefords PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In Iho Huh of Southern Alberto's Livestock Industry 3 milAs cnil of Lnlhhridgo on Highway 3 nnd V4 mile south BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 Lethbridge Livestock: Sales Monday (o Friday 738 j cattle; calves; 258 lambs. Butcher cattle prices strong to 1.00 higher in spots. Replace- ment cattle steady, sotck calves lower in spots. Trade active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting keen demand, prices 50-1.00 higher for the week. Good and choice butcher heifers also meeting very good demand, prices 1.00 or more higher All classes of cows selling at strong prices, with odd heifery kinds up to 27.00. Shelly can- ners down as low ns 16.00. Bulls 50 more higher Medium and good stocker and feeder steers meeting good de- mand from local buyers at about steady prices. Good stock steer and heifer calves meeting good demand from local and Eastern buyers, I heifer calves generally steady, steer calves 1.00-2.00 lower. Steers, choice, 34.50 35.75; good, 33.50-34; heifers, choice, 33-33.80; good 32-33; cows, good 25-26; medimn 23-25; canners and cutters 20-22.50: hulls, good. 28-29.50. Good heavy feeder sleers over 750 Ibs., 36.5041. Good light stock steers under 1750 Ibs., 40-43.50. Good feeder heifers 34-3625. Good stock cows 24-2B. Good stock steer calves-, 47- 52. Good stock heifer calves 39- 43 with sales to 50. Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge Yards 35.70- 37.65 base price. Weaner and feeder hogs steady to low- er. Weaners 12-20.25. Light 'feeders under 100 Ibs. 23-31.25. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 34.5fr4B.25 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 37m.50 per hundred- weight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 28-35 per hundredweight. Boars B5-114 per head. Good lambs 24-24.50. High Flax Nov 355 Dec 334 Vk May 339'i Jly W 353 329 333 Vi 330 H 334 '2 33 Hi 331 Hapeseed Vancouver Nov 285% 282'i 2837i Jan 283'A 279 Mai" 279'z June 271 271'.i Rapescerl Thunder Bay Dec 254 254'A May ZdSU Jly Oafs 254% 253 Vi 261 87' 90'i Dec May Jly Barley Dec May 12; Jly Rye Dec May 121'i 127 89'i 121S 126 89% Egg prices EDMONTON (CP) Weekly cpg and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture de- partment: To producers: A large 45: A medium K-, A small 24; B 25; C 26; cracks 15. To large 57; A medium 54; A small 36 lo 37; B '.I to 43: cracks 31 to 33. (Three cents extra in cartons) To consumers (in A large 63 to 65: A medium CO lo HI; A small 42 lo 45. POULTRV To producers: Live No 1 chicken broilers, 23 'i; 6 and over, 27; 5 and under 6, 23; lowl under 4, 4 to 6. tur- key under 12, 27 Vi; 12 to 18 29; over 18, 26 '2: over 10, 24 Universities advised lo cut projects TORONTO (CP) Canadian universities were advised yesterday too "rationalize" their expensive research proj- ects or be prepared for cuts in government grants. A report commissioned hy the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) said governments may start cracking down on re- search projects that do not pro- duce worthwhile results. The 207-page first volume of fhe report was written by Louis-Philippe Bonneau. former vice-rector of Laval University in Quebec City, and J. A. Corry, former principal of Queen's University in Kingston, Ont By HOD CURR1E WASHINGTON (CP) Tt's not the same somehow, this United States presidential campaign, without habitual candidate Harold S t a s s e n around, or Alabama Governor George C. Wallace, who pave Ihe big boys the fright of their lives in 19B8. But, although President Mxon and Democratic candi- date George McGovern tend to hog attention, there still is a raft of serious minor can- didates and a few off-beat bid- ders for the While House. For curvy actress who Mice posed nude for Playboy magazine; Spriggy, the leader of the Skinny Liberation Movement; and the son of a medicine man who is nmning or. the Apache ticket. On the move serious, if not much more optimistic, level arc the candidates of the Communisl party, the Ameri can parly and the People's party. None has a chance. Many are nol even on (he ballot in a single slate, relying instead on a "write-in" campaign to sweep them inlo the While House. FARE Under the tradition of the Iwo-party system in the U.S.. third-party candidates have fared poorly over the years. But Wallace, with his segrega- tionist background, made a remarkable showing as the search lias oflen been allowed to develop in a laissez-faire manner by both administrators and. government financing agencies. But now, Dr. Corry told the AUCC, governments are under public pressure (o account for the high education grants and they may decide to support only research projects where they feel they can see "tangible public benefit." "This is wliere file principle of accountability is likely to clash with the principle of wide freedom in he said. The authors said that too of- ten researchers have been allowed to pursue projects (hat interest them without any rcf- four years ago and boasted that he would end up with Lhe balance of power in a close race. Wallace almost did, winning five stales and nine million votes, but although Nixon de- feated Democrat -Hubert H Humphrey by a hair he Hid not have to dicker with Wal- lace. This time Wallace sought the Democratic nomination, and hinted he might revert to Ihird-party status If he didn't get it, but he was shot and crippled in an attempted as- sassination in mid-May and that ended his challenge. Slassen, a 65-year-old Phila- erence to advancement of delphia lawyer, hasn't held el- knowledge or provincial, re-i eclive office since the end of gional anri national develop-1 his term as governc: of Min- menl. I nesola in hut lie has Beef futures WINNIPEG beef futures at close Friday. Nov. 35.25B; Jan. .16.50; March 37.00. Thursday's volume: No con- tracts. Electronic link idea rejected sought the Republican presi- dential nomination four limes. It's nol Ihat he has losl the zest lor battle, hut rather he cause "I never run against a Republican if I disagree with him." Among (hose who run- ning, Representative John G. SchmivZ who picked up the banner of Wallace's American parly is apparently the slrongcsl contender, with his name on the ballot in 34 slates. A staunch right-winger hills himself as "Amer- ica's fo'emost anti-Cominun- he was recently dumped in a primary race to retain his California congressional seal. The Communist party's can- didate is Gus Hall. H2, long- lime general secretary whom (lie late FBI director J. Edgar Hoover once described as "n powerful, deceitful, dangerous foe of Americanism." But Ihe party has fallen on had times since its heyday of the 1930s, with membership flown lo DR. Sl'OCK HUNS Gibers among the more sin- cere candidates, whose main objective is lo gain publicity tor their aims and beliefs, in- clude: Dr. Benjamin Spock. Gd, eminent baby doclor and anti-war activist, who is the candidate of the People's party. He charges the rich and powerful control both major parlies and concedes "it's going to take H long time" to build an independent movement in the U.S. He ad- vocates an unspecified maxi- mum income, free medical care and a minimum federal allowance of annually for a family of four. Linda J e n n e s s, Socialist Workers parly, who advocates "taking control of society out of the hands of a minority of millionaires." A former secre- tary and schoolteacher, she supports women's liberation and says all laws against abortion should be invali- dated. Louis Fisher, 59, Socialist Labor party, who says social- Ism is inevitable in the U.S. A Chicago dry-cleaning plant worker, he urges a "new type of government, an Industrial government." ported that the lights are hardly dimmed some nights, One league plays at the Rain- bow Arena, for example, from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. And at many other rinks, It Is J common for youths to take to I the ice as 4 a.m. RL In Bralntree, Mass., oulside Boston, is tilled with 14-to 16-year-old boys from I a.m. lo a.m. Satur- days and wilh 14-year-olds from a.m. to a.m. Sundays. San Diego's House of Ice, the cily's only operational rink, never shuts ils doors. A spokes- man says that BOO to 600 youths sk'm Ihe ice during the week between midnighl and day- break. Jack GollMed. manager of tbe city-owned E J. Murray cVcmorial Skating Centre in N.Y. says his ice is vacant only during resurfacing. URGED TO PROTEST CALGARY (CP) Calgary's mayor, Sykes, criticized Ihe provincial government lor ils refusal to approve a law fac- ulty for Ihe University of Cal- gary. "The real he said, "is an arbitrary attempt to downgrade the University of Calgary lo return to B branch of the University of Al- berta. Calgarians should get up on Iheir hind legs and fight this injustice." Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid fits in the ear like (his Zenith's remarkable Z-70 Is jusl one ol 18 quality Zenith hearing aids. One ol Ihem might be jusl right (or you. Al no obligation, icsl-hear a Zenith hearing jicl today. Zenith hearings aids are priced from the quality goeg h ol Zenith's "ScunrJ Hcjnrj'' SoofcleL LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theofre Bldg. siAit REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY AT A.M. HOGS SELL AT 11 A.M. Due to lha tremendous response lo our Special Soles through the heavy foil runt in Ina past, wer al Prairie Livestock ltd. have set (he fallowing dares to help our customers decide on which day they would choose to tell their live- slock. would also remind ,011 that Att SALES WILL BEGIN AT 11 A.M. SATURDAY. NOV. 4 Special Calf Sals SATURDAY, NOV. 11 _ Special Coif Sale THURSDAY, NOV. 16 Slock Cow and Bred Heifer Sale SATURDAY, NOV. 18 Special Calf Sale SATURDAY, NOV. 25 Special Calf Sale 'iATURDAY, DEC. 1 Special Call Salo SATURDAY, DEC. 9 Special Calf THURSDAY, DEC. 21 Slock Cow nnd Bred Heifer Scile THURSDAY, JAN. IB _ Slock Cow nnd Bred Heifer Sain PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Lie. 293 GARY JENSEN WASHINGTON (AP) The White House says a secret sug- gestion to give the government a direct electronic link lo every home and car in the United don't think it's as dead as they would liave us believe. But I can understand- why they would j say this." Tnc study Moorhend dis- States was just one of many closed was stamped "Adminis- idcas that were rejected as too trativcly Confidential" on each extreme. of ils 300 pages. U was dated And, said President Nixon's: August. 1971, and, Moorhcad science adviser, the Demo-', said, was 'delivered to his sub- crstic congressman who flis- commiltee last Saturday by closed the uroposal was just someone in the Nixon adminis- seoking headlines jtra'ion. Representative William Moor-! The stud y contains dcscrip- head (Dem. Pa.) said the plan lions lor disseminating disaster for a "wired nation" appar- ently was designed to provide the govermncnl wilh a dii-asler- warning syslem and a witVj- scale means' of dispensing v.'iri- ous services. Moorhcad. a member of the of Representatives com- mittee on government oper- ations, said Ihe plan also is a blueprint for a eralcrl propaganda and spy sys- tem, lie called on tire adminis- Irnlinn lo Inl the country know of the plan, which ho snld was prepared for Nixon's Domcslic Council. Dr. Edward David. Nixon's science adviser. aflcrward thai Moorhentl's suggestion lhal Ihe council was advocating some sort, of "big-brolhcr" commiinjcjition.s link lo every house in the counliy was "ab- solutely wrong." inrcA REJECTED No said Mir suggestion was rejected because "it did nol Ukc nccounl of the right ol privacy of citizens." David snld It wns "rejedcd mil right" by I hit While House office of science nnd lochnolngy more n ycnr and wns never .suhmillcd lo Ihe counrll lor review. Moorhead responded; "I information, educational, cul- (unil and social services through a puhlic broadcast ing network based on the required inslallation of a special re- ceiver in every radio and. lele- vision sol and every car and b o a 1 The receivers could be turned on only by the govern- I menl. COMMUNITY AUCTION SAIES ASSOCIATION FALL SALES SCHEDULE MONDAY, Nov. 6th Sola at PINCHER STATION HAS BEEN CANCELLED CALVES FROM THIS SALE WILL BE SOLD ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8lh TUESDAY, Nov. 7th at p.m. CRANBROOK SALES YARD, CRANBROOK, B.C. STOCK COW SALE TO iOO HEAD ON OFFER Of which 1 BO head are complete dispersions of two hards WEDNESDAY, Nov. 8th at p.m. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD, PINCHER STATION REGULAR MIXED CATTLE SALE 400 TO 500 HEAD ON OFFER THE PINCHER CREEK AND DISTRICT CATTLE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION SCHEDULED FOR FRI., NOV. 10th HAS BEEN CANCELLED For Information and Listings Contact Community Auction Sales Assn. Ltd. ED GROSS DON FITZPATRICK Res. 427-5283 Res 627-4083 Office 627-3464 627-3660 PINCHER CREEK. ALBERTA PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located in centre of a large cattle Feeding and Hog Raising Country CALF SALES FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE SELL Wed., Nov. 8th at 1 p.m. 800 to 1000 HEAD of RANCH CALVES Highlighlod by 80 HEAD from Chollor Oriignrd nnH Son 10 HEAD from Art Egland BRED HEIFER AND STOCK COW SALE FRI., NOV. 17th IXPtCTING 500 HEAD LIST EARLY HOG AND Dairy Cattle Sale EVERY Saturday at 1 p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY For Information nnd listings ronlncl JIM or JOE JURIS Picture Bulfo lAuflion Mark of Picluro Al'n. Pl.oiiA 737-4400 Piciuri Auction market located 16 mllit norlh of Lelhbridgn Highway ;