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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta (4 THI IFTHBRIDG! HCKAIB Saturday, November 14, Otlmoa weekly livestock report Good cows: Montreal 21.50 to 23 Toronto 21 to 22; Winnipeg OTTAWA (CPi Cattle de- liveries at the 10 public stock- yards this week totalled approx- imately head, about below the previous week but above the correspond i n g week a year ago, the agricul- ture department reported Fri- day. Exports of beef cattle to the United Stales last week were slightly lower to about half of last year's volume dur- ing the same penal. Offerings of cattle at public markets were slightly lower this week. Trading in nearly all div- isions of the livestock market was one of the most active in recent weeks. All classes ol slaughter cat- tle registered moderate ad- vances. Steers and heifers were mainly 50 cents to SI higher. Qws and bulls were steady to higher. Feeder cattle and stock calves continue in broad demand wilh most sales steady to higher. I Veal and butcher calves were! generally steady to higher, j Hog prices were higher at all: markets and lambs ranged from higher to SI lower for the week. I Choice steers; Montreal 31 to j 32.50; Toronto 31.50 to 32.50; Winnipeg 30 to 30.50; Saskatoon 28.50 to 29.90; Edmonton 29 29.75 Calgary 29.25 to 29.30. Good heifers; Montreal 25; Toronto 28 to 28; Winnipeg 27 to 28; Saskatoon 2fi to 27; Ed- monton 2C.50 to 27.25; Calgary 27 to 27.75. 21 to 22; Saskatoon J9.25 to 20.50; Edmonton 19 to 20; Cal- gary 19.50 to 21. Good feeder steers: Toronto 31 to 35. Winnipeg 30 to 35; Saskatoon 28 to 34.50: Edmon- ton 30 to 36; Calgary 211 to 35.75 Good and choice veal calves Montreal 40 to J6.50; Toront 32 to 42; Winnipeg 4-1 to 48; Sas- katoon 33.50 to 36; Edmonton 3-1 to 37. Good lambs: Montreal 28.50, Toronto 25 to 27.50: Winnipeg 21 to 2-.50; Saskatoon 23.35; Ed- monton 23 to 24; Calgary 25.50 to 26.10. Basic hogs: Toronto 25.30 to 27.25 Winnipeg 22.55 to 25.15; Saskatoon 21.90 to 23: Edmon- ton 22.25 to 23.50; Calgary 22.10 to 23.35. Stay At The RIVIERA THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER For your convenience In making reservations Call long Distarua and ask for ZEnith 0-7255 Al no tost to youl IVIERA MOTOB HOTEIi 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberrn Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2610 Boocl Prices Supplied by Uoherty Rnadhouse and McCualH Bros. OOVBNMENT Of CANADA BONDS GOVSRNMEHT Of CANADA GUARANTIED BONDS Can. Nat. Slwr. Bld Bid Asked 6 Apr. .1. '71 99.65 Wi Sept. 1, '72 96.45 97.25 54% Oct. 1, '75 92.25 93.15 8 Jly 1, '78 101.25 102.75 Sepl, 1, r83 74.25 73.J5 Peri) 3 Sept. IS 37.25 39.75 8 Oct 1, '86 104.00 105.00 Apr. 1 '75 96.25 97.25 5 July 1, '75 100.12101.12 Kir. Sep. 1, '82 76.75 78.25 fROVINCIAl Ontario 7 '88 85.25 86.75 Ont Hyd 9 '95 103.25 104.75 Alberta '90 101.50 103.00 Man Hyd 9 '90 101.75 103.25 Sask '88 86.75 89.2S AGT 8 ft '74 98.50100.00 Man Tel 8 '74 97.75 99.25 INDUSIEIAl Abitibi P Wift Abitibi Ata Gas B.C. Tel Bell Cdn 9 CP Sec SVi% CPE Gulf Cdn 8V4S Hud B Imp Oil SiiS lot Nick Must Ae 914% Labatt 954% Mas Fer Noracda Nor Cent 914% Roynat 9ii% Simp Sears Ac VK% Traders Tr Cdn P 10% 'SI 81.75 84.55 '90 100.25 1M.75 '90 100.23 103.75 '90 101.75 103.25 '89 101.23 '90 99.23 '89 99.73 '89 98.75 '89 102.25 104.75 '89 98.25 100.75 '90 100.50 102.00 '92 99.25 '90 98.50 100.25 'SO 98.25 100.25 '80 98.23 100.75 '91 100.75 103.23 '78 99.75 101.75 '89 98.75 101.25 '90 102.25 104.75 '90 97.75 90.75 '90 100.25 102.75 COHVUtriBUl Acklands '88 72.75 78.25 Alta Gas 7K% '90 112.75 1J8.25 Cons Gas '89 87.75 J0.25 Dynasty 7 '87 54.75 75.25 Peace H 1W" '83 14.75 Srur Rain 'TO 91.75 Tr Cdn P 5 '89 86.75 89.25 W Tr C 5Vt% '88 76.75 W C Tr E '84 77.75 8123 Dynasty 7 '82 69.75 75.25 ANOTHER CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET LTD. REGULAR WEEKLY SALE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 FAT CATTLE SELL at a.m. STOCKER and FEEDERS SELL at p.m. ON OFFER THIS WEEK 750 -HEAD 750 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE THURSDAY, NOV. 19th at 1 p.m. CALF SALE 1000 HEAD 1000 CHOICE QUAUTY WESTERN RANCH, CALVES FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACT: Old country soccer ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Arsenal 1 Crystal P 1 Burnley 2 Huddersfield 1 Chelsea 0 Tottenham 2 Leeds 3 Blackpool i Liverpool 0 Coventry 0 Man City 1 Derby 1 Newcastle 0 Ipswich 0 Notts F 1 Man United J Stoke 1 Everton i West Brom 1 West Ham 3 Wolverhampton 3 Division II Birmingham 1 Orient 0 Bristol C S Watford 0 Livestock report Lethbridge livestock Sales Monday to Friday: cattle; 917 calves; hogs; 244 lambs. Butcher cattle prices about steady to or more higher. Replacement cattle steady to strong. Stock calves around higher. Cattle market strong and ac- tive. Good and choice butcher steers met keen demand, prices SI or more higher, with odd sale to 30.30. Butcher steers over Ibs. are being discounted around per hundredweight. Good and choice butcher heifers also met good demand, prices 75 or more higher. All classes of cows met an indifferent demand, prices aarely steady. Bulls unchanged. Medium and good stacker and feeder steers meeting very good demand from local buyers, at strong prices. Good stock steer and heifer calves meeting keen demand, prices to higher. Exports one load bulls coun- try points. SLAUGHTER CATTLE Seers, choice 29.75 to 30.20, uA 28.75 to 29.50, medium 27 ;6 28.50. Heifers, choice 28 to 28.50, good 27.25 to 27.75, medium 25.50 0 28.50. Cows, good 19.75 to 20.30, me- dium 18.50 to 19.50, earners and cutters 15 to 18. Bulls, good 22 to 23. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Good heavy feeder steers over 750 Ibs. 29.50 to S3. Good light stock steers 550 to 650 Ibs. 34 to 38. Good feeder heifers 27.50 to SO. Good stock steer calves un- der 400 Ibs. 42 to 46.60. Good stock steer calves over 400 Ibs. 38.50 to 42.75. Good stock heifer calves un- der 400 Ibs. 37_ to 40.50. Good stock filter calves over 400 Ibs. 31 to 86. Good stock cam 16 to 23.40. HOGS AND LAMBS Butcher hogs sold tUs week Lethbridge 21.73 to 23.55 >asB price. Weaner and feeder logs sold higher. Weaners 8 :o 14. Tjght feeders under 100 ,bs. 12 to 21.75. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 17.75 to 26 ail prices ier head. Light feeders under [00 Ibs. 20 to 25 per hundred- weight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 15 to 18 per hundredweight. Good lambs 23.50. Good feed- er lambs 24. Taber Livestock TABER On offer for this week's Prairie Livestock Ltd. sales was head of live- stock consisting of cattle and 214 hogs. Trade was ac- .ive on a good strong market, i'at cows were off 50 cents. Jght feeder cows stronger. Bulls steady. Yearling feeder iteers stronger. Yearling heif- ers stronger with steer and heif- er calves steady to a little tronger. Weaner Kogs about stronger and feeder hogs 52 ligher. Quotations are as follows; light feeder cows 23.50 to 26.90, good cows 21.50 to 23.35, air to medium 18.50 to 21.25, Stock cows and bred heifers i225 to Bulls 22 to 23.50. Good yearling feeder steers 13.25 to 35.20; fair to medium 1 to 33; good yearling feeder leifers 29 to 31.50, fair to med- um 27 to 28.75. Good steer calves under 400 Ibs. 42 to over 400 Ibs. 37 to 41.50; good heifer calves under 400 Ibs. 34.25 to 36.50, over 400 Ibs. 31.50 to 34. Weaner hogs 4.75 to 10, fight feeder hop 13.75 to 19; sows 45 to 52.50. Perlich Livestock There were head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Re- ceipts included cattle, 555 hogs, 809 sheep and nine goats. There was a good demand for butcher steers and heifers, cows were steady. All classes of stock calves and feeder cattle met a keen demand, prices two dol- lars higher on some classes. Price quotations were as fol- lows: Choice steers 29 to 30, good 28 to 29. Heifers not enough to offer to establish a firm quo- tation, good cows 20 to 21.10, medium 18 to 20; bologna bulls 21 to 23.25; lightweights to 25; old shelly bulls down to 15. Steers 650 to 800 Ibs. 33 to 36.70, steers over 800 Ibs. 29 to 33; plain quality feeder steers 28 to 33 depending on weight. Holstein feeder steers 28 to 32.50; holstein feeder bulls 700 to 825 Ibs. 25.75 to 26.75. Good feeder heifers over 600 Ibs. 30.50 to 33.10; medium qual- ity heifers 23.50 to 30; stock steer calves under 350 Ibs. 41 to 47; steer calves 350 to 500 Ha. 39 to 43; steer calves over 500 Ibs. 36 to 39; holstein steer :alves 34 to 37; heifer calves sold higher this week, 300 to 375 Ibs. 35 to 38.50; heifers 400 to 500 Ibs. 33 to 36; medium quality heifer calves 29 to 32.50. There was heavy run of feed- er cows. Good cows 19 to 22; softie sales higher; older and plain quality cows 15 to 18.50; shelly kinds 10 to 14; bred heif- ers 220 to 250. The hog market was general- ly steady on all classes; wean- ers 10 to 12; light weaners 7 to light feeders 14. to 20; heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 20.75 to 26.25; bred sows and gilts 45 to 65. Good 325 to 420; medium quality 280 to 325; small calves 54 to 70. Ewe lambs 23 to 31; young ewes 30 to 36; older ewes 15 to 25; shelly Muds 6 to 12 all prices per head. Feeder lambs, light- weights 30 to S4.5C; short keeps 23 to 24.50 all prices on per pound basis on feeders. Portland Livestock PORTLAND (AP) Cattte and calves compared 745 last week and a year ago. Slaughter steers good and low-choice 1100 to 1400 Ibs. 24 to 26; slaughter heifers individ uals utility, standard and good 20.50 to 23.50; slaughter bulls few utility and commercial 23 to 26.25; vealers good and choice 38 to 46; slaughter calves, good and choice 4W-500 Ibs. 27-30; feeder steer calves, scarce, few choice 300 to 520 Ibs. 20 to 36.50; steers, choice 550- 950 Ibs, 26-29.25; good 23.75- 25.90; heifer calves most good and choice SA to 28; heif- ers, good and choice 500 to 750 Ibs 23 to 28.50; bulls commer- cial and good 700 to 1200 Ibs 22.25 to 24.50. Hogs 145; barrows and gilts No. 1 to 2 209 to 230 Ibs. 17.50 to 18, mostly steady; No. 1 to 2 295 to 465 ibs. 13.50 to 15. Sheep 600; slaughter lambs choice and prime wooled and with fall shorn pelts 90 to 110 Ibs 26.25 to 27; feeder lambs choice and fancy 70 to 88 Ibs 25 to 27.50. STRINGAM'S SAND SPRINGS RANCH POLLED HEREFORD PRODUCTION SALE n Bulls 1 Bull Calves 36 Bret) Yearling Heifers 1 Cows 6 Hoifer Cnlvot TOTAL OF 82 HEAD Alt ANIMAIS FR8E Performance Records Available IOTS 86A AND 3-tA All Mature Herd Sires Weigh Over 1 Ton SATURDAY, NOV. 28-1 p.m. at the RANCH HEADQUARTERS MILE WEST Of MILK RIVER FREE DHIVERY ON GROUPS TO CENTRAL POINTS FEED GRAIN Will BE ACCEPTED AS PART PAYMENT Grain moy be tlelivored to Milk Rivnr, or For! Matlaod MARK AND ENES STSINGAM Owners KEN HURIBURT AND ASSOCIATES Auctioneers FOR CATALOGUES CONTACT ANY OF THE ABOVE Cardiff 4 Blackburn 1 3 Swindon 1 Lviton 3 Carlisle 3 Middlesbrough 3 Charlton 0 Miilwall 2 Bolton 0 Norwich 0 Sheffield W 0 Oxford 0 Hull 3 Portsmouth 2 Sunderland 1 Sheffield U1 Queen's PR 1 Division III Barnsley 0 Swansea 0 Bury 1 Bradford C 1 Chesterfield 2 Plymouth 0 GiiMngham 1 Brighton 1 Halifax 2 Aston Villa I Preston 3 Rochdale 1 Rending 2 Port Vale 1 Rotlserliam 1 Fulham 1 Torquay 3 Mansfield 0 Walsall 0 Shrewsbury I Wrexham 0 Doncaster 0 IV Barrow 1 Exeter 1 Bournemouth 3 Hartlepools 0 Brentford 2 Grimsby 0 Cambridge 3 Newport 2 Northampton 1 Crewe 1 Oldharn 4 Lincoln 2 Peterborough 0 Darlington 1 Scunthorpe 0 Chester 2 Southport 0 Notts C 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division 1 Ayr 0 Aberdeen 1 Celtic 3 KUmarnock 0 Qnnlenbeath 0 Falkirk 1 Dundee 3 Airdrieonians 0 Hearts 1 Dundee U 0 Morton 1 Dunfennline 1 Motherwell 2 St. Mirren 1 Hangers 5 Clyde 0 St. Johnstone o Hibernian 1 Division II Albion 1 Partlck 0 Arbroath 2 Queen of S 0 Berwick 1 Ciydebank 1 E Stirling 3 East Fife 5 Montrose 4 Alloa 2 Raith 6 Queen's Pk 4 Stenhousemuir 4 Brechin 0 Stirling 2 Hamilton 0 Stranraer 1 Forfar 1 Mighty markets crumple Potato Futures WINNIPEG (CP) The Maritime potato futures market was inactive Friday. No con- tracts were executed Thursday. Open High Low Close Mar 2.57N Apr 2.70N May 3.15A By ART JOHNSON Cannillnn SInff Writer Canadian stock msrkets posted sharp losses in most sec- tors this week despite indica- tions of easing In the domestic monetary situation. The Toronto Stock Industrial index, prime indica- tor of market movement, was down 1.19 points to 162.42 follow- ing three losing sessions during the week. At the Montreal Canadian exchanges, the composite index dropped 1.04 to 181.48. Wall Street also showed signs of price erosion. The Dow Jones average of key blue-chip in- dustrial stocks dropped 12.18 points to 759.79. Trading at the New York Stock Exchange was light to moderate throughout the week. Markets had one-day show of strength Wednesday as the Toronto exchange posied its best one-day advance since Oct. 5. BANK KATE DROPS Analysts said the advance I was due to a reduction in the i Bank of Canac' 's oank rate, or the interest charged on loans to chartered banks. Canada's central bank re- duced its bank rate to 6 per cent from 6% per cent. It was the fourth such reduction in five monfe a-f was generally inter- preted by observers to mean further in tight money. The reduction followed fi cut in States Federal Re- serve Board's discount rate to 5% per cent fro.n 6 per cent. Several U.S. banks responded by lowering their prime rate, or the interest charged their best customers, Canadian charteied banks, which lowered their prime rates to TA per cent Nov. 2, gave no indications this week of a fur- ter reduction. Another factor In the rally Wednesday, say analysts, "was news of an impending settle- ment between strike-bound Gen- eral Motors and the United Auto Workers. However, markets moved s h a r p 1 y downward Thursday and Friday, owing, say ana- lysts, to fears that the CM C, A. LOOKER OFFICE EQUIPMENT 2SO-13TH STRH5T N. PHONE 328-6313 ONi REMINCTON MODEl 208 ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE list 7, Total. I Regular Price 129.50. Ono Wsek Only November 16th thru 21sf 119 ,50 We oho have a full line of HAND ANO ELECTRIC ADDERS AND CALCULATORS PRICED FROM 119.50 PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. SALE EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p.m. let Us Take the Worry Out of Ysur Livestock Sales our contacts with professional order buyers, pluj your eorly consignment, means top prlcet for youl UST NOW FOR THE BIG FAU RUN SATURDAY, NOV. 21st at p.m. SPECIAL CALF SALE AISO EVERY SATURDAY IN PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. (FORMiRlY HANDLSY-JfNSEN LIVESTOCK IT0.) PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NiGHT Auctioneer: JOHNNY CHARITON lie. 293 Sdlei Marmger GARY JENSEN ictUements might have inPitionary and disappointment taat the long- awaited prime iU; reduction by major U.S. s was not larger. Grocery dtialn stocks, which moved downward last after a price war erupted in Ontario supermarkets, showed further signs of erosion this week. Dominion Stores, which touched off the discount war last week by slashing prices, dropped to The com- pany said it had extended its discount policy to 1M Quebec stores, in addition to Ihe 240 stores in Ontario and Manitoba where Ure reduced price policy first went into effect. Shares of Weston dropped to Weston controls Lob- Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) There was a fairly active cash trade in November and January fu- tures on the Winnipeg Jive beef futures market Friday witii con- tracts 10 to 30 points over pre- vious close levels. Fifteen con- tracts were executed Thursday. Open High Low Close Nov 30.55 30.65 30.40 30.65 Jan 30.65 30.65 30.50 30.50A Mar H, H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker VMWWSOJ laws, which entered war late this week. Loblaw is- sues were unchanged. On Index at Toronto, bass metals were down 2.81 to 89.74 and western oils 4.40 to 178.02. Golds advanced 4.79 to 183.44. Volume was 8.M million shares, compared with OS mil- lion last week. At the Montreal and Canadian exchanges, combined volume was 5.72 million jhares, com- pared with 5.14 million last week. Losses outnumbered gains 197 to 141 with 123 un- changed. RECORD SAFES INSULATED FILES T THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BRED HEIFER AND STOCK COW SALE WON., NOV. 16-1 p.m. 1000 HEAD P.M. HOGS SHEEP DAIRY CATTLE We Are Assembling Market Hogi Monday thru Friday LARGE LUMBER AUCTION TUESDAY, NOV. 17th Following the Hog Sola BOARD FEET 2x4, 2x6, 1x8, 2x10, 4xi, 4xt, 6x6, 1x6, 1x8, IxTO Rough end Planed Various lengths SPECIAl CALF SALE Wed., Nov. 18th p.m. 1006 HSAD !00 Head' Pro-conditioned Calves from Walter V. Borns, 100 Heod Pre-conditioned from Sorgard Ranches, Iron Springs 50 Head from Irving Morton, Warner 50 Heod from Fred Jensen, Taber 50 Head from Cleve Chin List Your Calvei Early. Al specially advertised and promoted lalei. REGULAR CATTLE SALES THURS.-l Stacker Feeder and fat Cafflo SOUTHOLM FARMS 10th ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION SALE Won., Dee. 7fh 12 Noon 60 FEMALES 6 BULLS Make Plans Now For The Marketing Of Your Livestock PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Ltxated In hub of Southern Alberlo't livestock Induilry 3 miles cast of Lethbridge on Highway 3 find a mtlt teuth. PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 BOX 1057, IETHBRIDGE ;