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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta loturday, November 28, 1970 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD 25 Ottawa weekly livestock report, OTTAWA (CP) Offerings of cattle at the 10 public stock- Veal and butcher calves were mainly unchanged. H-og 01 came al u [mm x yards up to Thursday this week fo low-r for the nrmfftvimnf 30.SCO la.mHc wprp totalled approximately head, down about from the previous week and fewer than in the correspond- ing week a year ago, the agri- culture department reported Friday. Exports of beef cattle to the United States last week were further reduced to 560 head year's volume during the same period. Receipts of cattle at public markets were .lower. Lights of- ferings of good quality steers and heifers sold actively throughout the week and scat- tered price gains were made at a few centres. Prices on steers were steady to higher, and heifers steady to 50 cents higher for the week. Cows were generally steady to higher and bulls from 50 cents lower. Feeder cattle were in demand at firm prices and stock calves were .steady to as much as higher. ACCOUNTANT Preferably a man with a minimum of 2-3 years of for- mal accounting training or related experience Jo osslsf with various administrative and accounting duties, re- quired by VAUXHALL FOODS LTD. PAK-WELl PRODUCE LTD. Send resume or apply al V6 Services Ltd., Personnel Dcpt., P.O. Box 430, Vauxhall, Alberta. week and good lambs were mainly steady. Choice steers: Montreal 31.50 to 32.75; Toronto to 32.50; Winnipeg 30 to 30.50; Saskatoon 29 to 30.40; Edmonton 29.50 to 30; Calgary 29.50 to 31.20. Good heifers: Montreal 24.75 to 25.50; Toronto 28 to 29; Win- nipeg 27 to 28; Saskatoon 26 to lUnJlcI 1CUUV.CU bringing the up-date total to Edmonton 27 to 28? Ca less than half of last gary 27 to 28.25. Good cows: Montreal 21.25 to 22.50; Toronto 21 to 22; Win- nipeg 21.50 to 22.50; Saskatoon 19.25 to 20.50; Edmonton 20 to 21; Calgary 20.25 to 22. Good feeder steers: Toronto 31 to 35; W inni p e g 30 to 35; Saskatoon '29 to 35.25; Edmon- ton 30 to 36; Calgary 29 to 36.75. Good and choice veal calves: Montreal 40 to 45; Toronto 32 to 42; Winnipeg 44 to 48; Edmon- ton 35 to 38. Good lambs: Montreal 25 to 23; Toronto 30 to Winnipeg 24 to 25; Saskatoon 23; Calgary 25. Basic hogs: Toronto 27 to 28.85; Winriipsg 24.20 to 25.40; Saskatoon 23.55 to 23.75; Ed- monton 24.30 to 23.05? Calgary 23.75 to 24.S5. PRIESTS LEAVE LOUVAIN, Belgium (AP) Nearly Roman Catholic priests have left the ministry in the past eight years, a profes- sor of sociology at the Catholic University here says. This rep- resents five per cent of all Catholic priests, Rev. Francois Houtart said Wednesday night in a debate on the future of the NEXT WEEK AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET LTD. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1st FAT CATTLE Sell at 9.30 p.m. STOCKER and Sell at 1 p.m. OFFIR THIS WEEK 800-HEAD-800 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd 400 STOCK COWS and BRED HEIFERS SELL AT 1 P.M. HIGHUGKT1N5 THI DISPERSAL OP ISO HEAD FROM JACK AND VESTA STRANGWAYS, CIARESHOIM and GUEST CONSIGNORS: Coflnop Brothers, Jack Cardston; John Weiif, Enchant; Canyon Ranchn, HanMn and! Unit, Sfavely; Roy Johnson, Spring Fred Romeril, Moun- tain View; Flock and Hulwig, Clarsiholm; Humrmll Farms lid.. Milk River; R. J. tart, HEREFORD 130 Cows and Heifers Bred Angus and Charolais 100 Crosi Bred Hereford! 20 Rising Three-Year Heifers Bred Angus ANGUS 30 Cows Bred Charolais 22 Rising two-year-old Heifers Bred Angus 40 Cows Bred Angus CHAROLAIS 10 Bigarreou, Rising two-year-old Heifers, A.I, to Bingo (Angus Pick-up Buiis) 8 Commercial Rising two-year-old Heifers, A.I. to Bingo (Angus Pick-Up Bulls) CROSSBRED; 40 Rising two-year-old Heifers, A.I. limousin-Angus-Pickup Bulls AUCTIONtIRS Ken Hurlburt, 274 Ted Ncwby, 41 Dave McNnb, 670 Keith Erdmann, 458 THURSDAY, DEC. 3rd at 1 p.m. CALF SALE 800-HEAD-800 Choice Qualify Western Ranch Calvtt FOR INFORMATION AND USTINGS CONTACT Western oils bubble up By ART JOHNSON Canadian Press Staff Writer Western oil issues highlighted action on Canadian stock mar- kets this week with a spectacu- lar climb that shook off leth- argy which had been developing in recent sessions. Tho Toronto Stock Exchange's western oil index bubbled up- ward under pressure from de- mand for shares of Canadian fuel-producing companies; climbing points to 195.72. It was the test climb on a weekly basis since the five-day period ending July The exchange's industrial index jumped 4.35 points to 167.00, owing largely to action among the integrated oil com- pany listings which comprise FORT MACLEOD I II If Of RlfRT AUCTION UltllDUIll MILNE 0> INIfBNlTIONlL SALES MSNSSIViM Livestock report Taber Livestock TABER On offer this week at the Prairie Livestock LW. was head of livestock con- sisting of cattle and 37 hogs. Trade was active on all classes. Cows steady. Bulls steady. Yearling feeder steers and heiiers steady. Steer and heifer calves were reasonably steady, size and quality consid- ered. All classes of hogs held steady. cows 280 to 340: good butcher cows 20 to 22.90; fail- to medium butcher cows IB to 20; stock cows and bred heifers 225 to 300. Bulls 22 to 23.90. Good yearling feeder steers 33 to 36; fair to medium 31.50 to 32.75; good yearling feeder heif- ers 29 to 32. Good steer calves under 400 Ibs. 41 to 45, over 400 Ibs. 36 to 42. Good heifer calves under 400 Ibs. 36 to 40, over 400 Ibs. 32 to 35. Bond prices Supplied by Donerty Roadhouse and McCualg Bros, 60VERNMINT OP CANADA BOND! GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTIED BONDS Cm. Mot. llwy. lid Bid Altai Asked Apr. 1, '71 99.90 100.65 Sept. 1, '72 98.50 Oct. 1, '75 95.23 90.75 Jly 1, '78 104.00 105.50 Sept. 1 '83 70.50 78.00 Perp. 3% Sept. 15 38.75 41.25 Oct 1, '86 105.75 107.25 Apr. 1, '75 99.25 100.25 Jul. 1, '75 102.00 103.50 Sep. 1, '92 78.75 80.25 noviNeuu Ontario 7 '88 86.75 89.00 Ont Hyd 9 '95 105.25 107.75 Alberta '90 103.75 Man Hyd 9 '90 104.25 7'A% '88 80.25 89.75 Sask AGT Man Tel 8 INDUSTMAl Abitibi 7'A% '87 83.25 8 '74 100.25 101.75 '74 98.75 85.75 Abitibi '90 102.25 104.75 Alta Gas '90 102.25 104.75 B.C. Tel 9V4% '90 103.75 Bell Cdn 9 '89 104.25 105.75 OP Sec '90 99.25101.75 CPR '89 102.25 104.75 Gulf Cdn '89 100.75 102.25 Hud Bay 9V4% '89 103.25 105.75 Imp Oil 814% '89 101.25 103.75 '90 102.25 104.75 Indust Ac '92 102.50 Labatt '90 100.75 103.00 Mas Fer '80 99.25 101.75 Noranda Wt% '90 101.25 103.75 N and C '91 102.25 104.75 Simpsons '89 103.25 103.75 Sears Ac 9Vi% '90 103.25 Traders '90 99.25 101.75 Tr Cdn P '90 102.25 105.75 coNvmiiiij Acklands '88 72.75 TO.25 Alta Gas '90 121.25 Cons Gas '89 Dynasty 7 '87 Seur Rain 7V4% '88 Tr Cdn P 5 '89 W -Tr C '88 W C Tr E '84 Dynasty 1 "82 89.75 87.75 78.75 64.75 90.25 75.25 95.25 90.25 80.25 82.25 75.25 IN EDMONTON Stay At The RIVIERA THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER For your convenience in making reservations Call Long Distance and for ZEnith 0-7255 At no cost to youl IVTERA MOTOB HOTEL 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telix; 037.2610 Weaner hogs 8 to 12; light feeder hogs 14 to 20; heavy feeder hogs 20 to 37.50. Perlich Livestick There were head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Re- ceipts included cattle, 690 hogs and 20 sheep. The cattle market continues strong and active on all classes. Bigger feeder cattle are in short sup- pi" therpfnre heavy steer and heifer calves are meeting keen oemaiKi. i'rice quotations were as SLAUGHTER CATTLE Choice steers, none on offer; medium to good steers 29 to 29.70; choice heifers 2fl to 28.70; good cows 21 to 21.70; medium 18.50 to 21; canners and cutters 15 to bologna bulls 22.50 to 24.00. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Steers 650 to 800 Ibs. 32 to 35 odd sales to 37.00; steers 800 to Jbs. 29.50 to 33; holslein feeder steers 29.60 to 36.10 de- pending oa weight and quality. Feeder heifers 30 to 31.70 some sales higher; plain quality heif- ers 27 to 29.00. Stock steer calves under 400 Ibs. 42 to 47; with sales to 50.00 on light- weights. Steer calves 400 to 500 Ibs. 39 to 44.20; steer calves 500 to 600 Ibs. 37 to 41.25; plain quality steer calves 36 to 89 de- jending on weight and quality. Seifer calves under 400 Ibs. _33 to 37.00 odd sales to leif- ers 4m to 525 Ibs. 33 to 36; plain quality heifers 30 to 33.00 de- sending on weight and quality. Feeder cows mostly 19 to 22; old cows 15 to 18; a few br.ed stock cows 267.50 to 285.00. HOGS There was a good demand tor all classes of hogs from lo- cal, Saskatchewan and B.C. buyers. Weaners 10 to 12.25; light weahers 7 to 9.50; light feeders 13 to 20; feeders over 100 Ibs. 20.50 to 26; bred sows and gilts 27.50 to 72.50; taby calves 50 to 63.00. SPECIAL SWINE SALE Good York boars 80 to 165 dollars. Bred gilts due to far- row shortly 90.00 to 155.00. Bred gilts 60.00 to 85.00. part of the Industrial measur- ing-stick. At the Montreal and Canadian exchanges, the composite index rase 5.07 to 166.50. Observers attributed the great speculative interest in oil issues to news Wednesday that Uie United States had agreed in principle to allow Canadian oils unimpeded access to U.S. mar- kets. INDEX POSTS GAINS The Toronto exchange's west- ern oil index shot up more than nine points Wednesday on the strength of the agreement. Oil stocks continued to climb Thursday and Friday. Gains if on the week among oil issues were not uncommon. Among some of the big advan- cers, Dome Petroleum was up to Home A to Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas to and Canadian Su- perior Oil to Trading was active in Toronto where ths volume jumped to 13.31 million shares from 10.59 million last week. At the New York Stock Ex- change, however, trading was generally light as the exchange was closed Thursday, Thanks- giving Day. In the four trading days of the week, the Dow- Jones average of key industrial issues climbed 19.78 points to 781.35. Analysts attributed Wall Street's strength to small prime rate reductions among several U.S. baiiks, and anticipation of further interest reductions. Part of the big leap in activity this week at Toronto, say ob- servers, was due to trading in Canadian oil issues by large American institutions. REACTION NO SURPRISE Observers say the bullish re- action among investors to the U.S. decision a free Cana- dian oil import policy did not come as a surprise as rumors of fuel shortages in the U.S., have driven oil issues upward for the last few months. The Toronto exchange's oil index has moved in a jagged pattern from the beginning of the year. In January the index was up over 225 points. By late May the downturn in the economy and disappointing exploration r e- sults eroded the index to about 100. However, the index began bouncing back in June, making recovery leaps of as much as 12 points in one week. In other areas of investment, the Toronto exchange's base metal index this week gained 1.29 points to 90.67. Golds slipped 1.82 to 181.63. At the Montreal and Canadian exchanges, combined volume was 7.64 million shares, com- pared, with 9.20 million last week. Gains outnumbered tosses 195 to 167 with 99 issues unchanged. Old country soccer ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Liverpool 0 Blackpool 0 Ipswich 2 Crystal P 1 Wolverhampton 1 Everton 0 Tottenham 0 Leeds 1 Man City 0 Man United 1 Huddersfield 1 Newcastle 3 Burnley 1 Notts F 2 Derby 4 Stoke 0 Southampton 0 West Broin 2 Chelsea 2 West Ham 1 Coventry 2 Division H Birmingham 2 Norwich 2 Blackburn 0 S'underland 1 Bristol C 2 Carlisle 1 Cardiff 0 Luton 0 Leicester 4 Orient p Middlesbrough I Millwall 0 Portsmouth 2 Hull 2 Queen's PR 1 Charllon 4 Sheffield U 3 Oxford 0 Swindon 3 Sheffield W 0 Watford 1 Bolton W 1 Division III Barnsley 2 Plymouth 0 Bradford.-; 1 Mansfield 1 Bury 0 Tranmere 0 Chesterfield 0 Preston 0 Fulham 0 Aston Villa 2 Gillingham 1 Wrexham 2 Livstock ideas get brushoff OTTAWA (CP) Many rec- ommendations about livestock and poultry industry develop- ments were branded unaccepta- ble Friday by agriculture con- gress delegates studying federal proposals for farming in the next decade. __ Delegates rejected the sug- gested export target of feeder cattle annually by 1980 as "too distant for accurate planning." Feeder cattle are those at the stage before fatten- ing for slaughter. A recommendation that Can- ada should initiate discussions to remove al! tariffs on cattle and beef to achieve a free conti- nental market was impractical, delegates said in a report after two days of study. Consideration of the tariff structure of all in- dustries must be considered. A fedsra! recommendation to encourage livestock production through diversion of resources from grain production was re- jected. The Canadian Cattlemen's As- sociation rejected proposals for subsidized entry into beef pro- duction by the dairy or wheat sectors. CITED CHAOS Delegates agreed that chaos exists in poultry marketing and the federal government should enact "appropriate national marketing legislation without delay." That referred to provin- cial restrictions being imposed on chicken and egg sales. Delegates agreed the federal report on the future of the hog industry Is not optimistic but could improve provided at- tempts are made to increase do- mestic consumption and crease sales to the United States market. It was also suggested a "rea- sonable share" of research funds should be made available THESE MEN ARE WANTED IN ALL TEN PROVINCES Walter WNH MANAGES But They Came To LeiMbrldge And they came with experience, afld professional dedication. Their job: to introduce Crown Life to Letlibridge. It shouldn't take long. Crown makes its mark fast with. innovative plans and low rates. See for yourself. The new office is located at: 120 C North Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridge, Alberta CROWN LIFE INSURANCE SMZSS3SSSS to the hog industry and produ- cers should have a voice in de- ciding research priorities. Delegates expressed regret the federal report gave little at- tention to the sheep industry and its potential development. They also recommended that the agriculture department es- tablish means to control low- cost agricultural imports. Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Western Canadian Seed Pro- cessors Ltd., three months ended Oct. 31: 1970, 9.1 cents a share: 1969, 5.1 cents. Canadian Wallpaper Mann- facturers Ltd., nine months ended Sept. SO: 1970, a share: 1969, Zellers Ltd., nine months ended Sept. 3: 1970, 24 cents a share; 1969, 22 cents. Halifax 2 Port Vale 0 Roliierliam 2 Reading 1 Swansea 4 Rochdale 2 Torquay 1 Bristol R 1 Waisall 1 Brighton 0 Division IV Aldershol 3 Grimsby 2 Barrow 2 Cambridge 1 Bournemouth 2 Crewe Alex 2 Chester 0 Hartlepool 1 Colchester 4 Brantford 0 Lincoln 2 Darlington 1 Lincoln 2 Darlington 1 Oldliam 2 SouUiport 4 Peterborough 1 Notts C 1 Scunthorpe 2 Northampton 2 Workington 1 Exeter 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Celtic 3 St. Mirren 0 Cowdenbeath 0 Dundee U 2 Dundee 1 Clyde 3 Falkirk 0 Hibernian 0 Hearts 2 Ayr 1 Kilmarnock 2 Airdrleonians 3 Morton 1 Rangers 2 Motherwell 0 Aberdeen 2 St. Johnston 5 Dunfermlino 2 Division II Albion 1 Arbroath 2 Alloa 1 Berwick 1 Brediiu 1 East Fife 1 Clydenbank vs E Stirling ppd. Forfar 5 Hamilton 6 Partick 3 Queen of S 1 Queen's Pk 2 Dumbarton 1 Raith 2 Montrpse 2 Stranraer 8 Stirling 0 H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker QCt.LGt.RY 263-80501 I LETHBRID6E 32M141 COOTTS THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET P.M. HOGS-SHEEP ________DAIRY CATTLE SPECIAL! 12 ONE-OWNER DAIRY COWS Bred to Simmentcti am! Mama-Anfou Built 10 Milking We Are Assembling Market Hogs Monday thru Friday LARGE LUMBER AUCTION TUESDAY, DEC. 1st Following the Hog Sale BOARD FEET 2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 4x6, 4x8, 4x6, 1x6, 1x8, 1x10 Rough and Planed Various lengtht Special For This Sale! ONE TRUCKIOAD OF 4'x8' and 1" FIR PLYWOOD SPECIAl CALF SALE Wednesday, Dec. 2 p.m. _________500 HEAD 500 Lilt Your Calves Early. As thcso ipecially advertised and promoted sales. REGULAR CATTLE SALIS THURS.-l P.M. Stacker Feeder and fat Cattle SOUTHOLM FARMS 10th ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION SAIE Mon., Dec. 7th 12 Noon 60 FEMALES 6 BULLS BRED HEIFER AND STOCK COW SALE MON., DEC. 14-1 p.m. limited fo 1000 Heod listed to date 450 head LIST YOUR STOCK COWS AND BRED HEIFERS EARtY Mako Plans Now For Marketing Of Your livestock PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. located in tin hub of Alburfa's livestock Industry 3 miles east of on Highway 3 and a milo south. PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-395! BOX 1057, IETHBRIDGE ;