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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November II, 1975 Livestock market report Ottawa Livestock Lethbridge Livestock OTTAWA (ITI Deliveries were moderate at Ihc n i n public stockyards from Monday lo Thursday this week with 30.365 hc-ad on otter, 5.776 head below last week and below tlffi corresponding week in 1971. A narrowing demand for choice steers nl eastern mar- kets was reflected in easier prices, while demands were uneven will] steady prices prevailing. Choice heifers, under a good demand in centres, ue.rc active and steady. Cow prices were steady ill eastern markets [vllei'ting a good demand uhile western prices were uneven. Choice veal calf prices were easier in Lhc east while west- ern prices were strong. Lamb prices Hern uneven and hog prices stronger Choice steers: Montreal 35 lo 37.50: Toronto 36.50 lo 37.50; Winnipeg 36 to 37: Saskatoon 34.50 to 36 25: Edmonton 35 lo 36: Calgary 35 25 to 36. Choice heifers: Montreal 30 to 31.50; Toronto 35 to 30; Win- nipeg V. la 3J.50; Saskatoon 33.50 to 33.75; Edmonton 33.50 to M: Calgary 33.25 to 3-1.20. Goad cows: Montreal 25 to 27.50; Toronto 25 to 26; Winni- peg 24.50 to 25.50: Saskatoon 23 to 24.25; Edmonton 23.50 to 25.50; Calgary 23.50 lo 24.50. Good feeder steers: Toronto 33 to 34; Winnipeg 36 lo 42; Sas- katoon 34.50 to 44; Edmonlon 37 to 42.50; Calgary 34 to 42.50. Good and choice veal calves: Montreal 50 to 60; Toronto 37 to 47; Winnipeg 50 to 59; Saska- toon 39; Edmonton 37 to 42. Good lambs: Montreal 27 to 30; Toronto 33 lo 35: Winnipeg !4 to 27; Calgary 23.50. Index 100 hogs: Toronto 40.50 to 43.25; Winnipeg 37.45 to 39.40; Saskatoon 36.95 lo 37.05; Edmonton 36.50 to 39; Calgary 36.45 to 36.85. j Sales Monday to Friday. Callle, 401; calves, 753; hogs, lambs, 417. Butcher caltlc prices strong to 25 cents higher. Replace- ment callle steady to strong. Cattle market active. Good and choice butcher steers met very good demand. All classes of cows meeting improved demand, wilh odd heifery kinds up lo 24.50. Bulls steady- Medium and good slocker and feeder ealtle sell readily to lo- cal buyers al strong prices. Stock steer and heifer calves meeting very good demand from local A'.N'D Eastern buy- 1 ers, prices 1.00 to 2.00 higher. SLAUGHTERS I Sieers, choice 35.50 to 36.50; good, 34 to 35. Heifers, choice, 33.25 to 34.10; good 32 lo 33. Cows, Good. Z2-75 lo 23-75; medium, 20 to 22; earners and cutters 16 to 19. Bulls, good. 26.50 to 28. REPLACEMENTS Good teeder steers under 750 Ibs., 40 ID 43.25. Good feeder heifers, 34 to 36.50. Good stock cows. 24 to 26. Good stock steer calves un- der 450 Ibs., 49 to 55, odd sales higher. Good stock steer calves over 450 Ibs. 46 to 51. Good stock heifer calves 39 to 47 with sales to 50.50. HOGS, LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge yards 36.50 to 38 base price. Weaner and feeder hogs sold steady to 2.00 per head higher. Weaners 10.25 to 22.75. Light feeders under 100 Ibs., 21 to 27.75. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs., 30.25 lo 40.75 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs., THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET BRUINSMA RANCH BRED HEIFER SALE WON., NOV. 20th-l p.m. 500 PREGNANCY EXAMINED HEIFERS INCLUDING: 50 CHAROLAIS-60 ANGUS-HEREfORD CROSS 120 Angus 200 Hereford! all bred to Angus bull) 80 cows bred to Charolais built 300 TO 500 HOGS 35 lo 50 per hundredweight. Heavy feeders over Ibs., 27 lo 30 per hundredweight. (iood Imnhs Jfi. Perlich Livestock There were head of live- stock sold tliis week at I'erlicl) j Bros. Auction Market Lid. Receipts included cattle and 683 hogs. The caUle market was steady to strong on all classes. Choice steers, 36 lo 36.30; jgood heifers, 33 to 33.30; good cows, 23 to 24.60; medium cows, 21 to 23; dinners, cutters, 16 In 20; and bologna bulls 24.80 lo 28.10. Sleer calves, 23MOO Ibs., 48 lo 57; steer calves, 400-500 Ibs., 47 to 54.25; steer calves, over 5110 Ibs., 46 to 51.85; plain quality steer calves, 40 to 45: feeder steers to 700 Ibs., 40 lo 45.30; jleeder steers, 700-S50 Ibs., 37 lo 42; feeder steers over 950 Ibs. holstiens, 34 to 37; heifer calves, 250-400 Ibs., 40 to 46; heifer calves, 400-500 Ibs. 38 to 45; heifer calves, over 500 Ibs., 36 to 39; plain quality heifer calves. 30 lo 35. Feeder heifers, 600-800 Ibs. 36 to 37.35; feeder heifers, plain quality, 29 lo 35; young feeder cows. 23 to 27; older feeder cowsi 19 to 22: good quality bred heifers and cows, 300 to 350; charolais bred cows and heifers, 350 to 420; medium quality bred cows and heifers, 225 to 290. Market hogs, dressed weight, 36.65 to 38.30, good weaners, 14 to 20: light weaners. 7 to 13; I light feeders, 24 Lo 36; feeders over 100 Ibs., 35 to 41; bred sows and gilts, 71 to 100; baby calves, 45 to 72; light beef and dairy type calves, 90 to 167.50. Taber Livestock On offer this week were head of livestock consisting of head of cattle and 293 hogs. Trade was very active on everything but cows. Cows off 1.00. Bulls steady to 50 cents lower. Yearling feeder steers up 2.00. Heifers steady. Steer calves 1.00 higher. Heifer calves 50 cents stronger. All classes of hogs were steady. TUES., at 1 p.m. ALSO DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY, NOV. 21st 100 LIGHT BEEF AND DAIRY TYPE CALVES weighing ISO to 400 Ibt. Market Hogs Shipped Daily JONES HEREFORD RANCHES LTD Production Sale of Quality HEREFORDS Tuesday, Nov. 21st at 1 p.m. BALZAC, AlBERTA 25 YEARLING BULLS (Many Herd Sire proipacts) 34 8RED YEARLING HEIFERS Buy Performance testae! reputation cattle SPECIAL RANCHER CALF SALES WED., NOV. 22nd 1 p.m. and every Wed. in Nov. Dec. THIS WEEK INCLUDING 7.00 pre-conditioned steer calves 400 550 Ibs. 75 one owner preconditioned Brown Swiss-Hereford cross steer calves. YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 800 HEAD 800 BRED HEIFER and STOCK COW SALE FRI., DEC. 15th-l P.M. LIST YOUR HEIFERS AND STOCK COWS tARLY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. located in Ihe Hub of Southern Alberla'i Liveilock Induitry 3 mllfll oast of Lolhhrldge on Highway 3 and mile louth BOX 1057, LETMBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 Probe seven deaths LABRADOR CITY, Nfld. (CP) A Quebec labor depart- ment invesligaUrr, a coroner and a pathologist are expected Cut-rate air lares scheduled to arrive at Mount Wright, Que., today lo begin in- vestigating the deatlis of seven men at an iron-ore project Fri- day. Only one of eight men work- ing on a scaffolding inside an ore silo survived the 75-fool fall. j Dead are Jacques Thibideau, jLasalle, Que.; Rabclle Cyr, Husemonl, Que.; Valmont Blanc, Montreal; Laurier Du- jquay, Grand Riviere, Gaspe iSud, Que.; Bernard Coulure. I Grand Riviere, and Alexandra to another hospital but his in- juries would not permit it. II was teamed that the men were dismantling a scaffolding on which they were standing when il fell. The scaffolding was around a silo which is to be used to store crude ore. The iron ore project Is being operated by Quebec Cartier Mining Co. and the men were employed by Mannix Construc- tion Co. New York Times Service GENEVA Airlines flying the North Atlantic have moved lo meel Ihe sharpening competi- tion from non schedule charter operators by deciding to intro- duce a new cut rale g'oup tare. The International Air Trans- porl Association, the trade grouping of Ihe air- lines, said Ihe new fare would be part of an interim package of prices it plans to introduce on the North Atlantic from April J until November next WET AND WARM Weather will be wet and warm over Ihe next 30 days according to Ihe Uniled Slates Weather Bureau. Temperafurei will be above normal for most of Canada with some coastal regions expecting nor- mal Precipitation will be moderate in most of Ihe country with the exception of heavy precipitation expected in parls of British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, and the Maritime9. The outlook is not o specific forecast and changes may occur. year. This will give the North At- lantic airlines time to work out Ihe "complete restructuring" of fare levels that they believe is required, IATA said- The I fares resulting from the re- slrucluring would be introduc- ed on Nov. 1, 1973. The new feature announced hs-e is the dropping Of the "af- finity" requirement thai reduc- i ctl group fares apply only to those who have been members ol a group for six months. Quebec murderer to death STE. ANNE DES PLAINES, Good cows, 25 to 26 10. fair Que (CP) _ ,d Dim con; lo medium, 22 to 24 heifer j murdereiT cows, 27 to 23.25; bulls 23 to t0 25.50. Good yearling feeder steers over 725 pounds, 42 to 44.25; fair lo medium, 39 to 41.75. Good yearling feeder heifers, 36 to 38; fair to medium, 33.50 to 35.75. Good steer calves. 51 to 56; fair to medium, 46 lo 50.50. Good heifer calves, 43 lo 47; fair lo medium, 38 to 42.50. Weaner hogs, 14.50 to 21; light feeders, 21 to 26; heavy feeders, 30 lo 52. night at the maximum-security penitentiary here, Quebec Pro- vincial Police said today. .lean-Paul Dallairc, assistant prison director, said Dion was killed by a fellow prisoner. No charges have yet been laid. A coroner's inquest will be held into Dion's death, police said. Ste. Anne des Plaines is 15 miles north of Montreal. Dion, 52. was sentenced to life in prison for rape in 1940 and REGULAR CATTLE SALE EVERY MONDAY AT A.M. HOGS SELL AT 11 A.M. Due to Ihe tremendous reiponse to our Special Salti through tho heavy fall runt in the pait, we, at Livettock Ltd. have set the following dates lo help our cuitomtrt decide on which day they would chooie to their Hod. We would alio remind you that ALL SALES WILL BEGIN AT 11 A.M. SATURDAY, NOV. 18 Special Coif Sale SATURDAY, NOV. 25 Special Coll Sale SATURDAY, DEC. 2 Special Calf Sale SATURDAY, DEC. 9 Special Calf Salt THURSDAY, DEC. 2) Stock Cow and Bred Heifer Sale THURSDAY, JAN. 18 Slock Cow and Bred Heifer Sale PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT AucMoneer: JOHNNY CHARITON Lie. 293 Solas Manager GARY JENSEN was paroled in September, 19G2. Eight months later a coroner's inquest found him criminally responsible for the stran- gulation deaths of four young boys who refused his sexuaJ ad- vances. He was sentenced to in one of the cases and become the centre of a public outcry when the federal government commuted his sentence to life imprisonment in 1965. QUEBEC PROTESTED Claude Wagner, then Quebec justice minister. Jean Lesage, premier at the time, labor un- ions, social organizations, police and Grown prosecutors joined the chorus of protests. The Quebec justice depart- ment later decided not to pro- ceed with the capital murder charges brought against Dion in the other three deaths. Crown prosecutor Anatole Corriveau said at the time they were dropped "because of the federal government's attitude." In May, 1964 Dion failed in a daring bid to escape Quebec City prison, using the prison governor, Eugene Letourneau, as i shield. Mr. Letourneau, who survived the ordeal, was stabbed seven times with a weapon resem- bling a letter opener while his wife and daughter watched from their apartment balcony overlooking the prison. Dion, who had been granted a private interview with Mr. Le- tourneau. was clubbed into sub- mission by the revolver butts of two city policemen less than 100 yards outside the prison gates. Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds al noon today unchanged at 9 16. Pound sterling up 7-16 at 3-16. MCW YORK (CP) Cana- dian dollar in terms of U.S. funds at noon down 1-64 at SI.01 29-64. Pound sterling up 29-lil at 9-16. Committee set to investigate similar drugs OTTAWA (CP) An tade- pendent committee has been ap- pointed to investigate the com- parative effects of dilferent i brands of similar drugs, it was announced today by the health department. Six medical scientists will ad- I vise the department of national health and welfare on aspecls of the bioavailability of drugs. Different brands of the same drug may not be chemically identical and may therefore have different therapeutic ef- fects. The question is of concej-n at a time when many maintain that no doctors would be pre- scribing low-prices generic drugs rather than their higher priced, brand-name equivalents, The committee will meel within the next few weeks and then submit a report end a rec- ommendation. i Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On of- i fer at Fort Macleod Auction Market last week were head of cattle and calves. Slaughter steers and heifers sold stronger; cows easier; hull steady, and stacker and feeder yearlings steady. Good lo choice steers 35.75 to 36.40; choice heifers 33.50 to 34.70; good cows 24.00 to 25.25; medium cows 22.00 to canners and cutlers 17.00 to 21.50. Good bulls 28.00 to 29.25; me- dium bulls 24.75 to 20.75. Good ranch calves (375 to 425 pounds) Hereford, Charolais 51.00 to 55.00; 46.00 to 49.00; Angus 44.00 47.00. Good ranch calves (450 lo 550 pounds) 47.00 to 50.00; me- dium calves (375 to 425 pounds) 44.00 to 6.00; (275 to 325 pounds) 50.00 to 34.00; good heifer calves (300 to 450 pounds) 40.00 to 44.00; wilh sales to 46.00; medium 35.00 to 33.00. Good short keep steers 35.25 to 36.10; good grass yearling steers (700 lo 870 pounds) 39.00 to 43.00; medium 34.00 to 38.00; good feeder heifers 36.00 to 3B.nO; (450 to 550 pounds) to -10.00. PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally located in Ihl centra of a largi tattle folding and Hng Raising Country HOG CALF SALES AND FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE SELL Wed., Nov. 22nd at 1 p.m. 600 HEAD of RANCH CALVES Highlighted hy 70 CALVES FROM M. PASKAL Dairy Cattle Sale EVERY Saturday at 1 p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY For Information and lilting) contact JIM or JOE JURIS Plctura Butto Auction Market Picture Buttn, Alia. Phono 732-4400 Picture Auction morkol located 16 mllei north of Lelhbrldge Highway 25 Convict ex-pilot i LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Al') A former Swiss army I pilot was convicted Friday of l-ying to extort from Trans-World Airlines with a false bomb threat against a New York-bound plane. Holanri Fuchs, n 42-year-old program- mo-, was sentenced to three years in prison by Lausanne I court. Itl'XEASE HOSTAGE PARIS (Keillor) Tntck- londs of riot police surrounded suhirbiiii Vincennes University Friday night after a young po- lice officer was held captive in- side for several hours by ex- treme leftist students. The stu- dents claimed lhat the officer, who was not In uniform, was telephoning information nlwiil a mooting they wore holding Lo police headquarters. The officer was Imndcd over unharmed Lo reporters. j "lM' lor fanners EDMONTON (CP) Agricul- Delarosbil, Paspehiac, Qnc. An eighth worker, Andre Pel- lllUIK'Kll lelier of St. Michel, CJue. is in critical condition in hospilal al Labrador Cily, Nfld., about 30 miles from Mount Wright. A plane was expected to take the injured man lo hospital in Montreal tolay. An efforl was made Friday nighl to move him j lure Minister Dr. Hugh Horner said yeslcrday he is continu- ing lo irge Ottawa to provide fiancial relict for Alberta farm- ers hit by early winter. I Severe weather in some 1 aveas of the province notably the north and some sections of I Lhe central regions delayed harvesting. Dr. Homer has asked Ottawa In extend the Nov. 17 deadline LAFAYETTE, La. (API A j shipments of grain that bank official here, believing his L ,-i fan! ho hac alcn a wife lo be held by kidnappers, has been tncked into turning Baiiker tricked uilo over over police said Friday. Mrs. Charles Boudousequie he has also federal government to assist with cash grants and aid the drying grain. was al home when a man called, told her he was lele- j f phone repairman and asked He told Ihe legislature that province slill is conducting studies on how it can a''1 farmers hit hard by the to take her phone off the hook for an hour, police reported. scvere weather. Then the caller phoned Boudousequie, a vice-president of the First National Bank here, telling him that his wife had been kidnapped and that she would be killed unless jjj AlJU63St was delivered to him in the parking lot of a local depart- ment store. delivering the money, Boudousequie rcturn- Fire exchanged ed home to find hi? wife un- harmed and una.'are of her "kidnapping." Farm accidcn'l claims life MANNING (CP) Bartholo- mew Luiken. 39, ol Maiming, was killed when caught in a j power attachment on a piece of i farm machinery. TEL AVIV (Reuter) was exchanged briefly tcrosi the Syrian-Israel ceasefire line in the" Golan Heights today, Is- raeli military sources said. The sources said several mor- lar shells were fired from Sy< i ian territory at the Israeli vil, Inge of Kahal Golan In the southern secta- of Israel-oc- cupied district. i There were no casualties rm thp Israeli side and the fire was returned. Israel reported. A TOP PRODUCER China is among the lop cci-ntries in terms of gross na- tional product. Beef futures WINNIPEG beef futures at close Friday: j Nov. 36.50A; Jan. 36.90 :B; March, 37.00A. I Thursday's volume: Eight i contracts. "A SIMPLE TRUTH" Only a few; only llie handful who hove learned of iecnt of Eck, hove found thai they can escape death all olhiri must learn eicape the fear of i'. Notebook ECKANKAR ANCIENT SCIENCE OF SOUL TRAVEL Box 1053, Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District WILL BE SELLING the following al FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET NOVEMBER 22nd I ANGUS CATTLE 21 COMMERCIAL COWS 13 REGISTERED YEARLING HEIFERS All prfignancy feited For further Information contact FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET or MR. G. WEIGMAN Telephone 234-2274 FORT MACLEOD EXOTIC EXOTIC EXOTIC CATTLE AUCTION KILLAM AUCTION MARKET CROSSROADS of HI-WAYS 36 and 13. Tuesday, Nov. 2 1st -12 Noon 105 CHAROLAIS-CR05S HEIFERS Bred A-l Anjon Simmontdl Chianino Limousin D'Aqualoi Cunjc Gartq.ier Dnndin Filippo 10 BROWN SWISS COWS and HEIFERS Bred Chianina 12 RECORDED LIMOUSIN HEIFERS (Donifur end Proiria Pride Rreil to Don din) 10 RECORDED CHAROLAIS COWS Bred Limousin and Chianinn Dwighl Smith Gander BLOOD SIMMENTAL HEIFERS From Pride Back lo CKInf 6 MIXED COWS With V, Blood Cliianina Cnlvoi al Fool -3 Hiiftr Cnlvti 3 Bull Cnlvii For further Informnlion Phone 672-2114 or 385-3976 10 ;