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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 TMH IZ" Saturday. November 9, Livestock Ottawa UTTAW it Ueteipt-. of xlaughlei i1 ittlc t.iKi's at rum1 publii wi-ic up 125 this week to id the tedeul agniultuie depat tineiil I nd.is Feeder cattli1 .ind idKes totalled 21.400 sheep and lambs totalled :i TOO. up 773 -n and 2 in Toronto lose 51 in midweek but dropped again at inaiket close A light Mipplv o( and heifers sold at stead} prices D-l and 0-2 cows met narrow demand light supph of vealer calves sold steadilv In western centres prices on A 1 and A-2 steeis were up 50 to 00 under good to broad demand Saskatoon. Kdmonton and Calgary reported prices on A 1 and A-2 heifers Prices on D I and cows dropped in Winnipeg. in Saskatoon. in Calgaiy and 50 cents in Kdmontun I'l ices on feedei steers of more than 750 [jounds lose in Toronto Steel i ah es of 11101 e than 750 pounds, were up Heifer calves 401 to 55U pounds clos- ed at stead} prices Ml western (entree reported good demand for all feeder classes tiood lambs in Toronto closed lower Index 100 hog prices rose 40 cents in Toronto, rose 55 in Wmnioeg. dropped 1U cents in Saskatoon and dropped 50 cents at Alberta centres YARD PRICES Slaughter cattle, steers A-l and A-2 Calgan 48-52. Edmonton 45-48 50. Saskatoon 46 50-50 50. Winnipeg 48 50- 51 50. Toronto53-56. Montreal4350-46 Heifers. A-l and A-2 Calgary 42- 4450, Edmonton 39-41. Saskatoon 41- 43 50. Toronto 47-49 D-l and D-2 cows Calgary 19-23. Ed- monton 14-17. Saskatoon 18-2050. Win- THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET Selected Welsh Blacks Sale Mon., Nov. 11th 1 p.m. 200 Purebred Bulls and Females Plus Percentage Females HOGS SELL Tues., at 1 p.m. Dairy Cows Baby Calves Sheep SPECIAL TUES., NOV. 12th 10 Sows with Litters plus 70 weaners from one owner Market Hogs Shipped Daily Live Weight and Dressed Basis JACKS MARILYN WALPER 'DAIRY DISPERSAL SALE Tuss., Nov. 12 at 3 p.m. Registered Brown SwiM Holstein-Holstein Swiss Cross 72 HEAD 72 ALSO 150 Vials of Semen See complete listing in separate ad on this page SPECIAL RANCHERS' CALF SALE Wed., Nov. 13th-l p.m. 1000 TOP QUALITY RANCH CALVES EVERY WEDNESDAY IN NOV. YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE AND CALVES Thursday -1 p.m. 800-HEAD-800 YEARLINGS and MIXED CATTLE 24th LETHBRIDGE Fall Cattle Sale Thurs., Nov. 14th Exhibition Pavilion Lethbridge 37 Hereford Females 31 Hereford Bulls SHOW 10a.m. p.m. STOCK cow SALE Friday, November 15th at 1 p.m. 400 Stock Cows From Southern Alberta Some Herd Diiperiiont All pregnancy examined SELECTED Simmental Sale MOIL, Nov. lgth-lp.m. Bull. Baldo 5 old. Exportable, Top Producer. Calving. Purebred Females. Blood "t Blood This it the belt selection of purebred and high that we have ever had the pleasure of telling. Popular Blood- Outstanding Con- formation Desirable In- vestment Opportunity. Sun.. Nov. 17th p.m. Park Plata Motor Hotel. Eteryone Welcome Newton-Balog-Doenz JOINT PRODUCTION SALE SAT. NOV. p-m. 50 17 Britisher A Ardmore Domino 560 Breeding SELECTED Simmentai Sale Mon., Nov. 25th 150 ant) Ail Sales Conducted by PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. LocVt-d n Hub o! Alberts t L litfuntry 3 of Ltlhbndge on Highway 3 mile toulh BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE T1J4A2 Phone Day or Night 329-3101 OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER 329-3101 Company No. 071465 AUCTIONEERS: JOE Lie SOB L'C OS7454 TONY PERLICH L'C 010792 10-18. Toronto 20-22. Montreal 21 23 75 Slaughter calves, good and choice 26 27. Winnipeg 50-74 50. Toronto ti 50. Montreal 54 50-69 50 Feeder steers over 750 Calgary 38-45 Saskatoon 27-40 75 ICd- inunton 33-42. Winnipeg Toronto 39-44 Feeder steer calves 401-575 pounds Calgary 30-36 Kdmonton 30-37. Saska- toon 25-40 70. Winnipeg 35-38. Toronto 38-44 Good lambs Calgary 3050-34. Ed- monton 30 32. Saskatoon 36 50. Toronto 40-49 Montreal 43 Index 100 hogs dressed Calgary 4835-4870. Edmonton 4805-4840. Saskatoon 48 85-49 05. Winnipeg 48 25- 4970. Toronto 4250-53, Montreal 52- 5225 Gold rise bright spot in muddled week Perlich There were 3.207 head of livestock sold this week at Perlich Bros Auction Market Ltd Receipts included 2.120 cattle and hogs All classes of cat- tle met an improved demand from local and Eastern buyers Prices 1 to 3 dollars higher on all classes. SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 steers 48 75 to 50 Al and A2 heifers 42 to 43 40 Cl cows 23 50 to 25.10 Dl and D2 cows 20 to 23 50 D4 cows 16 to 19 Shell} cows 2 to 15. depending on condition Bologna Bulls 17 50 to 20 85 REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steer calves 250-400 Ibs. 35 to 42 Steer calves 400-500 Ibs 38 to 43 Steer calves over 500 Ibs 40 to 43 25 Plain quality steer calves all weights 30 to 36 Good feeder steers under 800 Ibs 40 to 43. Good feeder over 800 Ibs to 44 Plain feeder steers 30 to 39. Light Holstein steers 20 to 22 Heifer calves 250-400 Ibs 22 to 28 Heifer calves 400-500 ibs 27 to 31 Plain quality heifer calves 22 to 27 Good feeder heifers 23 to 3770 Plain feeder heifers 27 to 32 HOGS, DAIRY CATTLE Market hogs dressed weight 48 15 to 50 35 Weaners 9 to 16 Feeders under 100 Ibs. 18 to 27 50 Bred sows and gilts 90 to 155 Baby calves 17 to 41. Light calves 30 to 65 Lethbridge Sales Monday to Friday. 393 calves. 1 410 cattle. 1.825 hogs, 336 lamos SLAUGHTER CATTLE Al and A2 heifers 42-43 35. Cows Dl and D2 20-22.70. D3 17-20. D4 12-16 Bulls 20 25-25 25 REPLACEMENT CATTLE Good heavv feeder steers over 700 Ibs 41-43 80. good feeder steers 600-700 Ibs 35-40 35. good feeder heifers 35 75- 37 75 good stock steer calves over 400 IDS 34-43. good stock steer calves under 400 Ibs 34-4175. good stock heifer calves over 400 Ibs 27-33 25. good stock heifer calves under 400 Ibs 2330. feeder cows 14 10-22 40 HOGS AND LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge vards 48-50 base price Good lambs 34 00 Cranbrook CRANBROOK. B C The 'extra calf sale bv Community Auction Sales here this week staged at request of Upper Columbia Valley producers was above expectations in volume and price, manager Bill Bradford reports. There were no poor" entries, most were Hereford Simmentai cross and all classified as good Three railway carloads of 150 head were bought by Ontario growers The entry totalled 348 head, and the return totalled 77 For the first time this fall a 40 cents top was ex- ceeded Good steer ravles 450 to 500 pounds brought 37 to 40 5 cents, and 500 to 600 pounds 36 to 38 5 Good heifers 450 to 500 brought 28 to 31 5 cents, and largest comparative gams over the two earlier calf sales were for lighter heifers 300 to 400 pounds at 25 to 28 5 cents Bv SANDRA INUAISBK The Cumidlun Press A strong rise in gold shares was the highlight of an otherwise muddled week on Canadian stock markets Trading continued dull as markets awaited the federal budget. Golds had been fairly strong most of the week but recorded their largest gams Fndav The price of gold was a record 50 an ounce in London, up from the previous high of in February This week the index closed with a gam of 22 08 points to 486 36. a high since Sept 3 Other indicators on Canadian and U S markets moved erratically. Andlvsts said Canadian investors are postponing trading decisions until the federal budget is presented Markets recorded broad losses following the last budget in May because of proposals to increase taxes on resource industries and large cor- porations The New York market provided little leadership this week The threat of a national coal strike and other unfavor- able economic news dampened bin ing interest created oy spreading interest rate declines At Toronto, the industrial index fell 2 99 to 162 56 wiping out the previous week's Shares of steel producers, who are large users of U S coal, were among industrials with the biggest declines Toronto's western oil index was off 1 45 to 148 31 while base metals gained 1 51 to b8 The Montreal composite index fell 3 23 to 165 18 and the industrial index 381 to 16979. The Dow Jones average of 30 in- dustrials on the New York market rose 1 95 to 667 16 Stocks close TORONTO (CPi The Toronto stock market was mixed near the close of light trading Friday Occidental Pete rose to Nabors Drilling 1 to Toronto Dominion Bank to Dome Pete to and Peoples Jewellers A ''2 to Algoma Steel fell :'s to Imperial Oil A to B C Forest '2 to Noranda A to and Walker Gooderham A to MONTREAL (CP) Prices were generally lower in light trading on the Montreal Stock Exchange Friday While banks rose 1 50 to 220.63, in- dustrials fell 65 to 170 74. the com- posite 37 to 16601. utilities 29 to 120 08. and papers 13 to 102 89 Canron Ltd fell 1 to Algorna Steel 34 to Pan Ocean Oil V2 to Stelco A to Imperial Oil A 3s to International Nickel A to Price Va to and Bank of Montreal 's to Toronto Domi- Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG iCPi Rapeseed remained strong but flax weakened in active trading at the close Friday on the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Meanwhile, feed wheat was up the daily trading limit of 10 cents. Other feed grains and rye were mixed Thursday's volume of trade was 2.953.000 bushels of barley. 1.245.000 of rapeseed. 1.210.000 of feed wheat. 000 of oats 531 000 of flax. 286.000 of rve and nil of corn Closing prices. Thunder Bay rapeseed Nov five higher 9.73B, "Dec five higher 9 73. May two higher 9 67A July unchanged 9 20N Vancouver rapeseed Nov eight higher 10 OOB. Jan 6Ji higher 9 87J4B- March eight higher 970. June seven higher 9 48B Flax Nov two lower 11 61. Dec. one lower 11 62: Ma> two lower 11 67 Juh two higher 11 67A Feed wheat Dec 10 higher 3 84B May 10 higher 383B. JuK 10 higher 383B Montreal corn- Dec 1'z higher 4 03'26. March two lower 4 20A. May two lower 4 24A July unchanged 4 ION Barlev Dec Jj lower 3 06'iB. Mav 12 higher 3 20B. Julv one higher 3 23A Oalf Dec 2'z higher 2 OOUB Ma, 3'i higher Julv unchanged 1 96B Rve Dec unchanged 3 32'26. May higher 343A. Julv 2U higher 351'2B Grain quotes Friday Lakehead) High Close "z W Corn (basis Feed Chicago markets CHiCrtGO (APi Soybean oii futures forged ahead to a limit gain of 150 points again on the Board of Trade Fndav It was the fifth successive limit gam for soybean oil. totaling more than 6UO points, or more than 6 cents a pound Soybeans closed up to 10 cents a bushel higher while meal futures lost about a ton Corn and oats rose about 2 cents but wheat prices were ir- regular Despite the last minute rallies in grams trade throughout the session was very slow and prices moved in a WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! IRON Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITfcD NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" narrow range There appeared to be very little outside influence on prices One reason for the dearth of business was a government crop report on Nov 1 conditions issued after the close. The weather in the midwest was a selling factor Some other softening effect was contributed by the possibility of a coal miner's strike and its effect on movement of grain Prices were mixed in the major pits until the last 20 minutes, or so. when the new buving developed Soybean oil was independently strong on a good demand and scarcity of sellers Oil prices at the cash level remained strong At the close, soybeans were un- changed to 10 cents a bushel higher. Nnv 8 46 Chicago wheat 6 lower to 1 higher Dec 511 Gulf hard red wheat not traded, corn '2 to 2 higher. Dec 'i BO and oats 1 to Pi higher. Dec 1 86 Grain quotations Fndav Wheat Dec 511. Mar 530. May 5 35. Julv 4 94 Sept 4 99 Dec 5 05 Corn Dec 380. Mar 383-z. Mav Gold prices LONDON (AP) Friday's closing gold prices in U.S. dollars an ounce. London 184 50 Pans 180 58 Frankfrut 177 50 Zurich 178 50 Hong Kong 174.40 Beirut 5.666 a kilo Metals LONDON (AP) Friday's closing metals in pound sterling per metric ton. silver in pence per troy ounce. Copper Spot 621-623: futures 641-642 Tin Spot 3.200-3.210, futures 3.200- 3.210 Lead Spot 230-231. futures 225-226 Zinc. Spot 344-346. futures 344-345 Silver Spot 218-218 5. 3 months 225- 2252 Beef futures WINNIPEG iCPi Live beef 93..Julv-3 93'i. Sept3 80 Dec338'z. futures close Friday Mar 3 44 Oats Dec 1 86. Mar 1 92. May 1 94. .luh 1 %'j Nov 51 OOA. Jan 51 50A. March 50 OOB. May 50.50N. Thursdav's volume No contracts JACK MARILYN WALPER DAIRY DISPERSAL SALE TUES., NOV. 12, 3 P.M. 72 HEAD 18 Reg Brown Swiss Cows: 9 Holstein Cows. 4 Hoi- stem-Swiss X Cows, no! recorded. A Bred Reg. Brown Swiss Heifers. 2 Bred Recorded 1 Blood Brown Swiss Heifers. 5 Bred Holstein Hei'ers. 7 Bred Mixed Year- ling Hewers. 5 Reg Brown Swiss Bulls. 8 Reg Brown Swiss riei'er Col es 7 Recorded Blood Brown Swiss Ho.fcr Brown Swss Bull 2 .-Blood SEMEN: S'rr Pinzga w NoTnanriy 39 Vials Via'S 6 Via'.s SALE CONDUCTED AT Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. In Ihe hub oi Southern Alberta Liventock Industry 3 Em! of 3 mile South Box 1057 Lethbridge Phone 329-3101 AUCTIONEERS: JOEPERLICH BOB BALOG i) r TONY PERLICH lie PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located In the centre of a large cattle feeding and hog raiting country. T CALFSALE Tuesday, Nov. 12th -1 p.m. and every Tuesday thereafter 500 TOP QUALITY RANCH CALVES Highlighted by 150 calves from Wiest Bros., Enchant RANCH CALVES FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Wed., Nov. 13th -1 p.m. 500 HEAD ALL CLASSES HOG and DAIRY CATTLE SALE EVERY SATURDAY at 1p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Trucking Branding Vaccinating Order Buying FjjT 1nfo( Government Veterinary Service Feeding Pens nd Conlat; JIM or JOE JURIS Ajctior Picture Suite Alberia "r'flrl'fl 16 miles norjh of Lelhbndge on Highway Phone PICTURE BUI IE The Herald Business Trading was light at Toronto this week with 8 39 million shares changing hands compared with 9 52 million last week Value of shares was million against 18 million At Montreal. 3 20 million shares were traded for a value of 60 million, compared with three million shares and 64 million last week Earnings mon Bank rose to Southham Press A k to Domtar to and Traders Group A to Among speculative issues, Stanford Mines rose 16 cents to 08 after trading 11.400 shares. VANCOUVER (CP) Prices were up in light trading on the Vancouver Stock Exchange Friday In the industrials. Canterra was un- changed at 20, Block Bros down 15 at Cornat unchanged at lonarc down 02 at 43: Daon Developments unchanged at and Jol- ly Jumper unchanged at 15 In the mines. Colt was up .03 at 42. Consolidated Fortune Channel down 01 at 14. BX Developments up 05 at 90. Sonesta up 05 at .27, Northair up 12 at 25 and Leisure up 07 at .45 In the oils. Sunlite was unchanged at Stampede unchanged at .59, Bison Petroleum unchanged at 40, Earlcrest unchanged at .03, Seneca Developments up 03 at 74 and Giant Reef up 05 at 30. On the curb exchange Tappan copper was up .09 at .55. Consolidated Monarch unchanged at 28, Thor Ex- plorations up .02 at Mark V up 02 at 99. Dasher up 03 at .53 and Geor Minerals and Oil up 1'z cent at NEW YORK (AP) The stock market was mixed in subdued trading Friday in a continuation of the in- conclusive pattern it has followed since the start of the week The Dow Jones industrial average closed down 4 77 at 667 16 Among Canadian issues on the .New York stock exchange. Dome Mines was up to S57'2 and Mclntyre 1V2 to Massey Ferguson fell to Seagrams to SSS's. Hiram Walker "4 to and Canadian Pacific V4 to International Nickel dropped V8 to and Alcar was unchanged at Gold futures WINNIPEG ICP) Gold futures, U S funds. Winnipeg Commodity Ex- change close Friday 400-ounce contracts: Jan 75 188 50B. April 75 194 258. July 75 200 20B. Oct 75 204 90B Thursday s volume 854 contracts 100-ounce contracts: Nov 74 186 OOA. Feb 75 191 70S: Ma> 75 197.70B. Aug 75 203.70B. Nov 75 208 OOB Thursday's volume 305 contracts. THE CANADIAN PRESS Cablecasting Ltd., year ended Aug 31 1974. profit. 27 cents a share. 1973, loss, one cent Cadillac-Fairview Corp. Ltd., six months ended Aug 31 1974. 22 7 cents a share. 1973 no figures available Canada Cement Lafarge Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 93 cents a share. 1973. 141.000 05 Canadian Manoir Industries Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974 SI.716.000. 04 a share. 1973 59 cents Canadian Superior Oil Lid, nine months ended Sept 30 1974 a share, 1973, R.L. Crain Ltd nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 27 a share. 1973. 54 cents Donlee Manufacturing In- dustries Ltd.. nine months ended Sept 30 1974. profit. SI 49 a share. 1973. loss. 50 cents Dynasty Explorations Ltd nine months ended Sept 30 1974. S7.840.980. S2 57 a share, 1973. SI 34 East Malartic Mines Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 095. 187 cents a share 1973. 33 17 cents Eddy Match Co. Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974, 45 a share, 1973 S1.052000, S3 36 GBC Capital Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30 1974. 22 9 cents a share; 1973. S508.877. 10 1 cents Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974, 638.301, a share. 1973. 29 Keeprite Products Ltd nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 55.2 'cents a share. 1973. 449 cents Kelly-Deyong Sound Corp. Ltd., vear ended" July 31 1974. 45 cents a share, 1973, 36 cents Lake Shore Mines Ltd., nine months en-Jed Sept 30 1974. 9.8 cents a share. 1973, 283 cents Little Long Lac Mines Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974, 11 5 cents a share. 1973. 11.4 cents MacMillan Bloedel Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974, 97 a share. 1973. Northgate Exploration Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974, 67 cents a share. 1973. 94 cents Petrofina Canada Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 89 a share. 1973. 60. Trans Mountain Pipe Line Co. Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974, Sll 662 000. 54 a share: 1973, 876.000, 57 Weldwood of Canada Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30- 1974, a share. 1973. Westcoast Petroleum Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 30. 1974. 18 5 cents a share 1973, 2 cents Wright-Hargreaves Mines Ltd., nine months ended Sept 30 1974, one cent a share, 1973, one cent Ziebart Corp., nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 21 cents a share. 1973. 26 cents. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Corporation dividends, quarterly un- less otherwise noted Acres Ltd five cents 7 20-per-cent pfd series A. 90 cents both payable Jan 15, 1975. record Dec 23. 1974 B.C. Telephone Co.. SI 05. Jan 1. 1975. record Dec 11. 1974 Canadian General Securities Ltd.. class A. 15 cents, class B. 15 cents both payable Jan 1. 1975. record Dec 11. 1974" Consumers Glass Co. Ltd.. 15 cents, plus an extra of 10 Nov 29 record .Nov 15 Economic Investment Trust Ltd.. 62 5 cents, pfd Nov. 30. record Nov 15 Imasco Ltd, class A. 25 cents, class B. 21 25 cents, both payable Dec. 31. record Nov 29 International Minerals and Chemicals Corp.. 32 cents L S funds. Jan 2 1975 record Dec 20 N74 L.E. Shaw Ltd.. class A 30 cents. Dec 31 record Dec 3 Lone Star Gas Co.. 40 cents I S Alberta grain EDMONTON' The Alberta Grain Commission in its weekly reports Fri- day said wheat and barle> onces strengthened in most areas while oats remained fairly constant From Lethbridge bids ranged wheat S3 34-S3 60. oats SI 65-S1 70 and barlej 70-2 75 The Medicine Hat Brooks prices are quoted as wheat S3 25-S3 40. oats 60-S1.70 and bariev S2 70 In the Calgary area we are advised wheat 00-S4 00. oats SI 70-S1 80 and bariev S2 50-S2 75 Red Deer district bids are wheat S3 40-S3.65. oats S1.50-S1.60. and barley 50-S2 60 Buyers around Vermilion are quoting wheat S3 10-S3 25. oats SI 25- and barley S2 30-S2 70 The Edmonton market was stronger with wheat 50-S4 00. oats SI 60-S1 75 and barley S260-S2.85 In the Peace River area our reporter advises wheat S3 20-S3 50. oats 50-S1 70 and barley 52 55-S2 70 L" S feed corn S4 75 per bushel fob Calgarv S4 20 per bushel fob Lethbridge November 7. 1974 Van- couver cash rapeseed ranged up to 53 85 per bushel funds increase of 2 5 cents. Dec 2. record Nov 18 MacMillan Bloedel Ltd., 50 cents, Dec 16. record Nov 22 Mindustrial Corp. Ltd 12 5 cents, Dec 30. record Dec 16. Northern Natural Gas Co., 77 5 cents plus a special of 20 cents. U S funds. Dec 20. record Dec. 2. Tevasgulf Inc 30 cents. U S funds, Dec 14. record Nov. 18. Traders Group Ltd., class A, 25 cents, class B. 25 cents. pfd series SI 12'z. five-per-cent pfd 50 cents, five-per-cent pfd series A. cents. S2 16 pfd series B. 54 cents. lO'j-per-cent pfd 25 625 cents, all pavable Jan. 1.1975, record Dec. 11, 1974 Trans Mountain Pipe Line Co., 30 cents plus an extra of five 31, record Dec 6 Gibraltar Mines Ltd., 25 cents, Dec 13 record Nov. 29. M.K.P.C Canadian Properties Ltd., per-cent pfd senes A. 37.5 cents. Nm 29. record Nov 15 Orchan Mines Ltd., 12 cents. Dec 16, record Nov 15 Egg prices EDMONTON Weekly egg and poultry report issued by the federal agriculture department Fndav EGGS. To producers A large 73. A medium 70 A small 50. B 55: C 18 cracks 27 To retailers A large 73. A medium 80- 86 A small 61-69 I three cents extra in cartons To consumers (in A large 95-95. A medium 83-96: A small 75-79 POt'LTRY: To producers Live No 1 chicken- broilers. 35. 6 and over. 40'z. 5 and un- der 6 34 fowl under 4. 46: turkey under 12. 40. 12 to 18. 40. over 18 Live No 2 chicken 6 and over. 36'-i: 5 and under 6.31. turkey under 12. 37 12 to 18 37. over 18. 36'4 Feed prices WINNIPEG ICP i Wheat board domestic feed pram prices Fndav. 3 red spring wheat 3 84'2. No 1 feed bariev 306'j. No 1 feed oats2.00'j. REGULAR CATTLE SALE Regular .Monday Sale at 11 a.m. REMEMBER HOG SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY We will be attemblmg Market tor the Marketing Board and Weaner and Feeder. Hogs at 1 :OO p.m. NO HOGS BE SOLD MONDAYS SPECIAL CALF SALE Thursday, November 14th 11 a.m. 500 Head Ol Good Southern Alberta Ranch Due to Present Market Conditions the stock cow and Bred Heifer Sale has been CANCELLED. Instead Plan to attend the RALPH DE90NA JR. FARM SALE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th at 1 p.m. 4 mites East and ve mite south of Taber, Alberta For Listing See Page 7 of Todays Paper HKCiJ r r. l WILL ''OMiMT MONDAY PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, DAY OR NIGHT Sales Manager GARY JENSEN ;