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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THB IFfHBRIDGE HERALD Soturdoy, October 9, 1971 Livestock market report I Oilmen I i restock OTTAWA offerings .-il v.irds from llnirsdny th Ti The r.ittlciii'X'cl l lit fnihlic Mwk- tnuvr. Monday thmutfi i (ta is week totalled report lambs from steady to Montrral M. Toronto :B to in 50- nlHHit 31.0KI head, about Winnipeg 32 lo 32.50; Saskatoon fewer than last week and li.Wi j 7, :11 K; 30.50 to (he corresixmding wed; ;j] 30 75 to 31 00 Toronto 29.SO lo .10.50; Lethbridge Livestock s ilrs Monday lo Friday 712 attle; 121 calves; l.lifiii hogs; I i lambs. Hindu1.1 cattle, prices uneven- Iv ivi higher to 1.00 or more lower. Cattle market active. (Itiod and choice hutcher steer, meeting good demand, pria1.- 25 higher. Good and ehnirr butcher heifers also meeting good demand at steady j prices with odd sales up lo Kxpoils United SU and for f beef ralt up ni iJjj.50 to S.'iska- Edmonton 27.riO tfion i mined Kil fmk'r.s of cows i prices or lower Bulls steady. Medium and poorl good heifers le good cow.s 21.00 In inid .sales higher on lieifl'ciTlles; medium cows 111 to 21; canncrs and cullers 12 to 17; bologna bulls 2.1 lo 24. Light slt'or and heiler calves 100 lo good quality ranch sleer inuler 5fiO Ibs. mostly 42 In with sales (o on lightweights. Steer calves over good aa.oo to eral packages of light i-i'.vs topping Feeder steers and hoifirs held steady along wilh steer end heifer calves. Wcancr and feeder sold under pressure iitit remained almost steady. Good cows 24 to lVi..''.o. fair1 to medium cows nrh yearling 30.30; 10 light bulls yearling le slaughter to Calgary 23 to '25j LV under Good cow's: Montreal 22.50 to pounds. 24.25: Toronto 22.50 lo Despite only niotlerale offer-1 Winnipeg 21.50 to 22.50; Saska- J] ings, the slaughter-cattle tixm 21 to 22; Edmonton 20.50 ket continued uneven bod; in j '.n Calgary 22.50 to 2.1.SO. price and demand. ceri- j Good feeder steers: Toronlo Ires nnri rr-nKiinr'd mi- .v to Winnipeg 51 der pressure until mid-week: Saskatoon .10.50 to Kdmon- wilh a few markets closing on I'.m .10 lo 37; Calgary 31 to a stronger undertone. 3ti.25. All grades of steers were gen- Good and choice veal calves: and fredc'r cattle and stock craliy steady to 50 cents lower, t Montreal 42 to 46.50; Toronto find heifer? mainly steady to an i 'i4 to 45; Winnipeg 40 to 50; odd 50 higher. Edmonton .15 to from steadv fn Goofi Iambs: Monlreal To much K' down, and hulls: i-pnlo 2fi to XI; Winnipeg IS lo from Fee< fl Imver. and good slock calves j fi lly steady. I Basic hogs: Toronto 26.85 lo Veal and butcher calves were i 20.20: Winnipeg 24.70 to 25.50; cakes meeting keen demand from local buyers al strong 1HTE11S Choice steers SO.50 to -11.20: good to 30.25; medium 2B.50 lo 20.75. Heifers, choice 28.50 to S9.00; good 27.25 to 28.25; medium 'IK to 27. Good cows 22 to 23; medium Saskatoon 21.30 to 22.10; Eld- aillc were steady tn monton 20 to 21.50. Calgary steady to y lov.-or. Saskatoon 23.95 to 24.10. Kd- The hog markot varied from monton 23.75 24.1o; CalgaiT i he nog markot varied Irom monton 23. n steady to 50 cenl.s lower, and !o 23.95. NOT JUST ANY MAN BUT ONE WHO !S WILLING TO LEARN AND TO WORK HARD, I WONT EXPECT MIRACLES of him and I will train him to be o success financially and otherwise. TO GET HIM STARTED I will pay him more ihnn he 5 Onr? he's established, I will pay him exactly vvhot he is worth, fit should be a lot.) IF YOU ARE INTERESTED are .omo of the locations I think are required. You should be a high school graduate, or better; at least 25 years old; cap- abls of self discipline, end posses a sense of respon- sibility. 20.50 lo 21.50; earners and cut- lers IB to 20. ;iood hulls 24.00 lo 15.50. liEPl.ACK.MENTS Good Iteavy feeder steers over 750 Ibs. 3.1 lo ,15.50; good light, stork sleers under 750 Ibs. .15 lo 37; good feeder heif- ers 20.50 lo 32; good slock steer calves under 400 Ibs. 44 to 46; good heavy stock .steer calves over 400 Ibs. 43.50 to 45; good stock heifer calves 34 to 37. HOGS, T.AMBS Butcher hogs sold this week at the Lethbridge Yards 13.50 to 24.05 base price. Weaner nnd feeder hogs sold Monday strong to as much as 4 per head high- er. Weaners 7.25 to 11.25. Light i feeders under 100 Ibs. 11.50 lo 16. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 15 to 25. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 16 to 24 per hundredweight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 13 to 17.25 per hundredweight. Good lambs 22. Good feeder lambs 27. Perlich livestock i There were 1.839 head of i steers (100 lo Ibs. 3.1 lo 37.60; feeder steers 350 to 950 Ibs. 31 lo 34; holsti'in feeder steers 29 lo 31.30, lightweights higher. Good quality ranch heifer calves 300 to 450 Ibs. 33 to 36.50 with lightweights to JV.50; heavier heifer Kilves ,11 lo 34; yearling feeder heifers 600 to MO Ibs. 29 to 31.60; plainer kinds 25 to 2K.M; feeder cows 37; fair to medium heifer calves 18 to 22. i 31 to 33.75; weaner hogs J.50 lo Market bogs .sokl this week 23.55 to 24. All classes of feed- Light feeders II steers 36 to 38; fair lo u feeder steers 3-1 to 35.9U: and good yearling feeder lii'ifers 31.50 to 32.35. Fair to medium feeder h''i fci-s 30 to 31.25. Good steer calves 41 tn 45.75; fair to medium steer calves 39 to 40.75; good heifer calves 3-1 to er and wcanrr hogs continue to meet a good demand. Weaners 6 to 11; light feeders under 100 Ibs. 14.25 to 18.50; feeders over 100 Ibs. 20 to 26.25. Baby calves 47.50 to 74. Taber Livestock Prairie Live.stuck LW says j trade remained moderately ac-1 live with all classes holding steady, size and quality consid- ered. Cows were steady with sev- feeders 18 to 24.50, 17. lieavv Woslhuriie liikos part j in exploration j CALGAKY (CP) West- burne international Industries Ltd. of Calgary has formed a partnership with Feamley and Kger of Norway to drill for oil and gas in the North Sea. Wcstburne announced here the parlnership with the Oslo- based firm is another slep in examining offshore activities on a worldwide basis. The firms now will complete design of a large, semi-submer- sible drilling vessel suited for North Sea conditions. Westburne already drills in the North Sea through an in- Inrcst in Southeastern Com- monwealth Drilling Ltd. which operates three drilling vessels. Shipments of grain speeded WINNIPEG (CPt The grain transportation committee said Friday special mea- sures instituted last spring to speed up grain shipments will he continued until the close of navigation, Tlx? committee said the plan represents the biggest fall sliip- ping program established in THESE SECURITIES ARE OFFERED BY PROSPECTUS ONLY IN THE PROVINCE OF AtBERTA LAKESIDE CATTLE FUND (A Limited Partnership under the Laws of Province of Alberto) SUBSCRIPTIONS IN tIMITED PARTNERSHIP (Cattle Feeding Program) 1.000 Units ot each, (minimum subscription THESE UNITS OFFERED ARE SPECUIATIVE SECURITIES. For more information contact your broker or, LAKESIDE CATTIE CO., Box 800, Brooks, Alberta Phone 362-3326 RECREATION SUPINTENDENT required by PARKLAND REGIONAL RECREATION Application! are invited to fill the position of Recreation Suporintendont for the Parkland Regional Recreation Council. RESPONSIBILITIES 1. The Department Head responsible 1o the Parkland Region- al Council. 2. The management of budgets, itaff and 3. The development of policy for all aspecti of program, leadership, faculty use and development EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS I. B.A. or BSc in Recreation Administration or related de- grees and training. 1. Five years of full time experience In administration ond management of a recreation lorvice. 3. Be fully familiar with Provincial Government lervtcti, grant and tha philosophy of regional develop- ment. 4. The pdrionc! and educational qunlifiroiiorn to rnsmbsrshlp In the Professional Institute of (he Alberto Recreation and forks Association. SALARY Starting at to Application can made to Mr. N. Aspeslel, Vice-Chairman, Parkland Regional Council, Box 130, Evanburg, Alberta. Please give personal qualifications, resume of experience, references and any other pertinent information on or befort November 15th, 1971. Bros. Auction Market Ltd. from endil) Dec an mfTse of than Plainer feeders and cows we receive o reply. Apply in confidence to Box No. 133, meeting resistance and trading tethbridqe Herald. lower-Steers none on PICTURE BUT' IdftfiHy loeotpf! in nl AUCTK a largs Cattle Services Trucking if Branding Vaccinating Order Buying Government Veterinary Feeding MARKET 13 nnd Hoa Raising Country HOG mi Cattle Sale Saturday af T FAT CATTIE every Wednesday at 1 ON OFFER 400 HEAD FOF Information nntf JIAA ItsHngs confast Pirture BuUs Au AticMon market located HEIFER AND STOCK COW SAIE FRIDAY, NOV. t at 1 HOGS ASSEMBLED Monday thru Friday JOE JURIS Phon, 757-4400 etion Market Pitturs Bulls, Alia- But'" 4 milej north of lelhbridgo Highway Receipts mcluded b8 cattle :fjve morth and 661 hogs. All classes of good quality feeder cattle mmi b achlal t.nue to meet demand. hj f nn TTPT-O I f Uic same period last year. The committee, made up of representatives from the grain handling companies, railways, the Canadian grain commission and the Canadian Wheat Board, has urged grain producers to take full advantage of delivery opportunities to ensure that coimiry elevator stocks are able to maintain shipments at maximum levels. The committee also has set up a car-pooling system in port areas under which rail cars earning wheat and barley are distributed among terminal ele- vators for top efficiency. The special shipping program calls for unloads of cars a week at Thunder Bay anc cars s week at west coast ports. NEXT WEEK AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET MS., OCT. I2fh at a.m. 750 HEAD 750 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE WED., OCT. 13th at p.m. CARLOAD LOT CALF SALE 1000 HEAD 1000 STEERS AND HEIFERS REGULAR THURSDAY CALF SALE 1500 HEAD 1500 For Information nnd listings ContocI FORT MACLEOD I RimiW, AUCTION MARKErJI REGULAR CATTLE SALE MONDAYS AT p.m. Thursdoy, October 14th at p.m. STOCK COW and BRED HEIFER SALE Saturday, October 16th at p.m. SPECIAL CALF SALE OTHER CALF SALES TO BE HELD STARTING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th AND EVERY SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER HERD FOUNDATION SALE Welsh Black. First Sole of its kind offered in Canada or U.S.A. THURS.f NOV. nth at 1 P.M. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD, PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT INTfflNJmQNfll SJUfS MANAGEMENT BUYING! SELLING! Call FRENCH SLAUGHTER HOGS Assembled ond sold-MONDAY thru FRIDAY BUYERS OF FAT AND FEEDER IAMBS SPECIAL FEEDER HOG SALES MONDAY at p.m.-APPROXIMATELY 350 FEEDER HOGS ON OFFER Including ISO Head from one owner FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SOLD TUESDAY thru FRIDAY at 10 o.m. SPECIAL CALF AND FEEDER CATTLE SALE FRIDAY at 1 p.m. ON OFFER-500 HEAD Including o good quantity of itock calvm CONSIGN AU. YOUR LIVESTOCK TO C E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 328-3986 P.O. BOX 55 1-1-7 IETHBRIDGI Standard Brands strike averted CALGARY (CP) Employ- ees at Standard Brands Ltd.. which manufactures most of the yeast used by bakeries in the west, have ajreerl to a two year contract. The Sfi workers had threaten- ed a strike to back up contract demands. The contract, gives the em- ployees a 5fi.5-cents-an-hfn.rr in- j crease, indudina 30 cents retro- active lo May 1- Standard Brands had offered 76 cents an hour in a three-year contract with 20 cents retroac- tive to May 1. Under the old agreement which expired April 30, the workers earned between and hourly for a 40-hour week Potato futures WINNIPEG ICP) -Marl- lime potato futures rinsed Fri- day. Nov. 2.25N; Mar 2.40B; Apr 2.50A; May 2.S5A. Thursday Volume: No con- tracts. Beef futures WINNIPEG futures closed Friday. 32.7013; Jan 32.70N; Mar 31.S5N. Thursday's volume: No con- tracts. Ed French 328-3986 Lou DeJagor 327-9548 Ken Miller 758-6607 Magrath C. W. Henniger 337-7354 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS Bingo big business ALBANY, N.Y. (API Bingo resulted in a net profit of more than million in the last year for organizations licensed In conduct the game in New j York state, Irn Ball, chnirmnn of the bingo control commission, Tlmr.vlay. In the year ended Sept. .in, pnr- spent million during bingo sessions. Winners split million in prizes. COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. COMING SALES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER AT A.M. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD MIXED CATTLE SALE HIGHLIGHTED BY 5 REGISTERED HEREFORD BUU CALVES From Tony Svnc, Notnl, B.C. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14th AT P.M. CRANBROOK SALES YARD MIXED CATTLE SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15th at p.m. HEREFORD CALF SALE lOOD-HEAD-1000 HigMigMerJ Ry Con-.irjnmenls From DAVE DAVIES, TWIN BUTTE 60 HEAD DILATUSH ESTATE, TWIN BUTTE 80 HEAD DON FERNQUIST, TWIN BUTTE 85 HEAD TAPAY BROS., COWIEY 70 HEAD MONDAY, OCTOBER 18th at p.m. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD ANGUS AND CROSS CALF SALE 1200 HEAD 1200 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19th at p.m. PINCHCR STATION SALES YARD CALF SALE 600 HEAD 600 NOTE: Soli oHijinnlly WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th at p.m, CRANBROOK SALES YARD CALF SALE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21st at p.m. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD HEREFORD CALF SALE 1200 HEAD 1200 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22nd at p.m. PAKOWKI SALES YARD CALF SALE For Information ond LUtingi Contort Community Auction Sales Assn. Ltd. ED GROSS DON FITZPATRICK RM. RM Officn 657.346f. Yard 657-3660 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS from leading hog producer! TUES., at 1 p.m. WEANERS FEEDERS SOWS BOARS DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday thru Friday SOUTHERN ALBERTA RANCHERS' SPECIAL CALF SALES WED. OCT. 13th 500 HEAD 500 AND EVERY WEDNESDAY IN OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER 600 BUY TOP QUALITY FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday p.m. HEAD 600 INCLUDING 35 BRED ANGUS HEIFERS 60 H015TEIN STEERS 700 LBS. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SHEEPMEN'S SPECIAL SALES Various ond pur of 5put brenrl.... brnnd.i of hrpd stock from many SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 of 1 p.m. RANGE EWE AND RAM SALE CONSIGNORS: EARLY LISTINGS ARE INVlTfiO TO THESE WIDELY ADVERTISED SALES LISTINGS INVITED FOR INTERNATIONALLY ADVERTISED WESTERN CANADA'S EXOTIC BREEDS BRED FEMALE AND HALF BLOOD SALE Monday, Nov. 15th PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In Thn Hub Of Southern Alberta's Livestock Industry 3 Mild East Of Lcthbridcgo On Hiqhway .1 And "4 Mile South BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT ;