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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Mwtey, Ottebtr II, THI IITHMIDOI HWAID Si Bond Prices Climb In Brisk Trading Ottawa Weekly Livestock Report OTTAWA (CP) Cattle de- liveries at the 10 public stock- yards this week totalled about head, down from the previous week and about fewer than in the correspond- ing week a year ago, the agri- culture department said Friday. Exports of beef cattle to the United States last week totalled 669 head and were about equal- ly divided between slaughter and feeder classes. Arrivals of cattle at public markets were lighter this week. The slaughter cattle market followed the uneven trend of re- cent weeks, both in price and in Top quality steers and heifers were generally steady to 50 cents higher for the week, while overiinished and grass-fed kinds were discounted 50 cents to at a few centres. Cows' and bulls varied Iron: ah odd 50 cents higher to lower. Feeder cattle were mainly unchanged, and stock calves were from steady to higher Veal and butcher calves were generally steady to lower. The hog market was slower a all centres and good lambs va ried from higher to abou lower for the week. Choice steers: Montreal 30 Toronto 30 to 31; Winnipeg 2 to 29.50; Saskatoon 27.50 tr 28.75; Edmonton 27.50 to 28 Calgary 27.75 to 28.50. Good heifers: Montreal 25.50 Toronto 27.50 to 28.50; Winnipe 26.50 to 27.50; Saskatoon 25 t 26.50; Edmonton 25.50 to 26.25 Calgary 25.75 to 26.50. Good cows: Montreal 21 22.25; Toronto 21 to 22; Winm peg 20.50 to 21.50; Saskatoo 18.75 to 20; Edmonton 19 20.25; Calgary 20.25 to 21.25. Good feeder steers: Toront 30 to 34; Winnipeg 29 to 33; Sas katoon 27.25 to 34; Edmonto 27 to 34.50; Calgary 27.50 34.40. t Good and choice veal calves Montreal 40 to 45.50; Toron 30 to 41; Winnipeg 42 to 45 Saskatoon 33 to 34.50; Edmon ton 34 to 36. Good lambs: Montreal 25.i to 35.50; Toronto 25 to 28; Wi nipeg 21.50 to 23; Saskatoo Edmonton" 22 to 24.2, Calgary 23.60 to 24.50. Basic hogs: Toronto 25.20 to 25; Winnipeg 21.90 to 23.70; Saskatoon 21 to 22; Edmonton 75 to 23.25; Calgary 22.80 to .30. Lethbridge Livestock WANTED FIRST CLASS LICENSED MECHANIC for General dealership in Blairmore Top wages and ideal working conditions. Write Box 30, Bldirmort phone 562-2124, after hour. 562-2079. LIVESTOCK o.C. Soccer Results TORONTO (CP) Canadian bond prices posted substantial improvements in brisk trading this week. Short-term Canada issues gained between 15 and 20 cents, mid-term issues about three- eighths of a point and long-term issues 50 cents. Traders said new issues brought on the market that date. The Mercantile Bank, a email, U.S.-controlled bank, announced a similar reduction. Interest the banks pay on non-chequing savings accounts will be reduced similarly. This means that bond buying will become more attractive be- cause bonds are yielding Sales Monday to Friday 960 Battle; 1200 calves; hogs; 290 lambs. Butcher cattle prices 50 cents more higher to 1.00 lower spots. Replacement cattle and ock calves steady to strong nd active. Good and choice butcher eers meeting keen demand, rices 50 or more higher. Me- lum grades strong ta 50 higher. Ddd strictly' choice steer to 8 30 Good and choice butcher letters meeting good demand, rices 50 higher. All classes- of under pressure, prices 50 i 1.00 lower. Bulls steady. Medium and good stock and eeder steers meeting very good emand, at strong prices. Good lock steer and heifer calves. Exports one load bulls. LAUGHTERS Steers, choice, 27.50 to 28.10; ood 27 to 27.50; medium, 26 to 2723 Heifers, choice, 26.50 to 27; good 26 to 26.50; medium, 24.50 o 25.50. Cows, good, 20.25 to 21; me- dium 19 to 20; canners and cut- ers 16 to 18.60. Bulls, good, 22 to 23. REPLACEMENTS Good heavy feeder steers >ver 850 Ibs. 27.50 to 31.50, Good light stock steers 550 to 650 Ibs. 33 to 36.50. Good feeder heifers 26.50 to 28.75. Good stock steer calves under 400 Ibs. 41 to 43.50. Good stock steer calves over 400 Ibs. 37 to 41. Good stock heifer calves 32 to 35.50 with sales to 36.50. HOGS, LAMBS Butcher hogs sold this week FOB Lethbridge 22.35 to 23.10 base price. Weaner and feeder hogs sold 1.00 to 2.00 per head lower. Weaners 4.50 to 10.50. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. 12.50 to 16. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 17.25 to 24.75 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 18 to 23 per hundredweight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 14.50 to 17.25 per hundredweight. Good lambs 23. this week also sold well. higher interest. As bond prices took a big They attributed the unusual activity on the market primar- ily to announcements that number, of banks will cut their prime rate and others may be asked by Bee- son to follow suit. All five major chartered banks announced Friday that their prime rate will be 7% per cent, dovm from eight per cent, starting Monday. The prime rate is the rate the banks charge their best-nsk customers for loans. The Toronto-Dominion bank began the move to lower inter- est rates with an announcement Thursday that its prune rate will go 7% per cent from eight Nov. 1. On Friday, the Royal Bank of Canada, the country's biggest bank, said it would lower the rate to 7% per cent at jump Friday, the rate for day- to-day money, borrowed by bond dealers to finance invento- ries, slumped to a rock-bottom two-per-cent from 4% Thursday. "Banks have tots of money to lend and they are trying to get it out at any one dealer said. Three-month and six-month Tnree-momn anu treasury bills traded at 4.98 and 5.08 per cent respectively. Potato Prices WINNIPEG (CP) The Mar- itime Potato Futures Market was Two trades were completed Thursday. Close Thur fjnv ......2.25A 2.25A Mar' Anr 2.70N 2.70N Mav'.'...........3.08B3.08B Ptriich Livestick There head of Hve- stock sold during the past week at Perlich Bros. Auction Mar- ket Ltd. Receipts included fat and feeder cattle, 932 bred cows and heifers and 301 hops. Fat cattle market improved this week prices 50 cents to dollar higher. Feeder cattle met an active demand from focal and out of province buyers. Price quotations were as follows: SLAUGHTER CATTLE Choice steers 27.50 to 28.40; choice heifers 26.50 to 27.20; good cows 20.50 to 21.50 with sales to 23.70 on heiferettes; bologna bulls 22 to 22.85; light and shelly 1-nds 19 to 22. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Yearling steers 600 to 750 Ibs. 3250 to 35.35; steers over 750 to 950 Ibs. 29.50 to 34.10; plain quality steers 28 to 33 depend- Bond Prices Supplied by Doberty Roadhouse and McCualg GOVERNMENT OP CANADA IONBI OOVERNMEN1 OF CANADA GUARANTIED IONDS C.. fli. It id AlfcW H. Hat. Ktwy. j Bid Asked 6 Apr. 1, '71 99.55 100.30 4V4% Sept. 1, 72 96.10 99.85 Oct. 1 '75 91.75 92.75 8 July 1 '78 101.00 102.50 Sept. 1 '83 72.50 74.00 Perp. 3 Sept. 15 37.25 39.75 S Oct 1 '86 102.87 103.37 Apr. 1 '75 96.25 97.25 July 1 '75 99.12 100.37 noVINCIAl Ontario 7 '88 83.75 85.25 Ont Hyd 9 '94 103.25 105.25 Alberta '90 101.25 102.75 Man Hyd 9 '90.101.50 103.00 Sask 7V4% '88 86.75.89.25 AGT 8 '74 98.25 99.75 Man Tel 8 fo '74 97.75 99.25 INDUSTItlAV bitibi P '87 81.75 84.25 bitibi 9 '90 99.75 102.25 ta Gas '90 100.25 102.75 !90 99.75 102.25 '89 100.25 102.75 STORK DIRTY BIRD GA1NESV1LE, Fla (AP) Or of the parade 'its at the TJniversit of Florida's home- comfc- celebration Friday ad- vocated birth control. The co- eds' signs said: "The stork is ft dirty bird." ANOTHER CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET LTD. REGULAR WEEKLY SALE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd FAT CATTLE SELL at a.m. STOCKER and FEEDERS SELL at p.m. ON OFFER THIS WEEK 900 HEAD 900 Highlighted By 100 HEREFORD AND CHAROIAIS CROSS YEARLING HEIFERS BRED TO ANGUS BULLS From Noble Farms, Nobleford 70 HEREFORD YEARLING HEIFERS BRED TO ANGUS BULLS From Mel Pilling, Lcavilt EAST KOOTENAY AND SPRING POINT RANCH CALF SALE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4th at 1 p.m. 1500 HEAD 1500 CHOICE QUALITY WESTERN RANCH CALVES THURSDAY, NOV. 5th at 1 p.m. CALF SALE 1500 HEAD 1500 CHOICE QUALITY WESTERN RANCH CALVES Highlighted By 450-MOSTLY CHAROIAIS CROSS BRED CALVES From Koinai Co-op Enterprises Of Blood Reiervt FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACT: AUCTION MARKETS C. Tel 9Vs% ell Can 9 P Sec PR ulf Can. ud B Imp Oil t Nick 9V4% nd Acpt 9K% jabatt las Fer or. 9V4% or Cent oynat imp ears Ac 9VW Prad 9% cklands Ita Gas 7H% on Gas 514% ynasty 7 eace R 7% curry 'rn Can 5 West Tr West THIS 84.75 87.25 dynasty 7 '82 64.75 70.25 ssE 999999. shrd shrdlu '90 97.75 100.25 '89 98.75 100.25 '89 98.25 100.75 '89 102.25 104.75 '89 98.25 100.75 '90 98.25 101.25 '92 98.75 101.25 '90 98.50 100.00 '80 93.25 100.25 '90 97.75 99.25 '91 100.75 103.25 '78 99.75 101.75 '89 98.75 101.25 '90 102.25 104.75 '90 97.75 100.25 DEATHS CONTINUED IN MEMORIAMS PARKINSON In loving memory of a dear-mother and grandmother Vera, who passed away November 1, 1969. Two tired eyes are resting, two willing hands are still The one who always worked so hard is resting at God's will. God saw you getting toed, He knew you needed rest, His garden must be beauti- ful. He only takes the best. remembered and sadly missed by Tommy, Mary and family; Ruby, BUI and family and Vi. 9273 PARKINSON In loving memory of a dear sister, Vera Parkinson, who passed away November 1, 1969. Each of the roses bloom- Then fade and die, But the memory of my dear- est sister Lasts as years go by. remembered and sadly missed by sister Gertrude and family. 9274 IWAASA In memory of Henry Kojun. Good feeder heifers 28 to 29.50 plain quality 25 to 27.50. Stock steer calves under 400 Ibs. 39 to 44; steer calves over 400 Ibs. 37 to 42.50; steer calves over 525 Ibs. 34 to Holstein steer calves 32 to 36. Good heifer calves under 400 Ibs. 33 to 36.10; heifer calves over 400 Ibs. 32 to 35 50; plain quality heiler calves 28 to 31; feeder cows 22 to 24.90; older and heavy feeder cows 17 to shelly kind of cows down to 14. Bred hereford heifers 225 to 277.50. Top quality cows and heifers bred to exotic breeds 300 to 430; medium quality 250 to 300. HOGS All classes of hogs met a keen demand prices 3 to 5 dollars higher; good weaners 11 to 15; light weaners 7 to 10 50; light feeders 17 to 19.25; bred sows and gilts 40 to 50. Baby calves 40 to 69. Taber Livestock TABER On offer at the Prairie Livestock Ltd. sale for ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Derby 0 Burnley 2 Crystal P 1 Chelsea 2 Southampton 1 Leeds 2 Coventry o Liverpool 2 Wolverhampton 0 Man City 2 Ipswich 0 Newcastle 1 Man United 0 Notts F 0 Tottenham 1 Stoke 3 Huddersfield 1 West Brom 3 Everton 0 West Ham 2 Blackpool 1 Division II Birmingham 2 Swindon 1 Bristol C 1 Sheffield W Z Cardiff 5 Hull 1 Leicester 1 Bolton 0 Luton 1 Sunderland 2 Middlesborough 2 Watford 2 MiUwall 3 Queen's PR 0 Norwich 4 Orient 2 Oxford 2 Charlton 1 Portsmouth 4 Blackburn 1 Sheffield U 2 Carlisle 2 Scunthorpe 0 Notts C 1 Workington 1 Grimsby 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 4 Dundee U 0 Ayr 1 St. Mirren 1 Clyde 3 Dunf ermline 1 Dundee 3 Kilmarnock 0 Motherwell 0 Celtic 5 Rangers 5 Airdrieonians t Cowdenbeath vs. St. John- stone and Hearts vs. Falkirk ppd. Morton vs. Hibernian aban- doned after 35 minutes. No score. Division II Forfar 2 Brechm 0 Montrose 3 Arbroath 3 Queen of S 5 Quecc't Pk 1 Raith 4 AUoa 1 Stenhousemuir 4 E. Fife I Bast Stirling vs. StraarMt ppd. Abandoned gtmei: Albion vs. Clydebank, 1-1, after 55 mto- utes; Dumbarton Hamilton, 2-2, 38 minutes; Stirling vs. Bar- wick, 1-1, half time. IRISH LEAGUE City Cup Ards 1 Unfield 2 Coleraine 2 Ballymena Glentoran 3 Deny City 1 Portadown 1 Glenavon 2 Crusadors vs. and D i s t i 11 e r y vs. Bangor ppd, I grounds waterlogged._______ Division III Bamsley 0 Doncaster 1 Bury 2 Port Vale 3 Chesterfield 0 Swansea 0 Gillingham 0 Shrewsbury 2 Halifax 1 Bradford C 2 Preston 1 Brighton 1 Reading 3 Aston Villa 5 Rotherham 1 Bristol R 1 Torquay 3 Fulham 1 Walsall 0 Rochdale 3 Wrexham 4 Plymouth 0 Division TV Barrow 2 Stockport 2 Bournemouth 3 Lincoln 0 Brentford 5 Exeter 0 Cambridge 0 Southend 3 Northampton 2 Hartlepoob 0 Oldham 5 Crewe 3 Peterborough 1 Chester 0 _ [rns Can 10% '90 99.75 102.25 CONVEtTIBLH '88 72.75 78.25 '90 112.75 117.25 '89 85.75 89.25 '87 64.75 75.25 '83 29.75 40.25 '88 87.75 40.25 '89 88.75 91.25 82.75 87.25 We never knew that morning What sorrow the day would bring, The blow was sudden, the shock severe To lose the one we loved so dear. Peacefully sleeping and rest- ing at last, Earth's weary troubles and trials are passed. In silence he suffered, with patience he bore "Til God called him home to suffer no more. Wherever we go, whatever we do Always dear dad, we re- member you. remembered and sad- ly missed by his wife and family. MANY VARIETIES More than varieties of apples have been grown and named. iNHRHmiONSl SrUtS MANHfMSNT A new development in a new FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY One of Canada's fastest expanding 'Franchise' operations is now available locally as an profit opportunity. So right now is Ihe time to investigate Ifle tremendous potential of participation. Muntz Centres have already established their leadership in many cities as Canada's most popular Sales and Service Centres featuring stereo tape players and car- tridges for both car and home use. Already over of Canada's million cars and trucks are equipped with stereo players, yet this is less than 2% of the marKet. And, with the demand sky-rocketing, the big share of the business will naturally go to the big name in the stereo cartridge system: MUNTZ! The Muntz marketing program is based on careful training and modern merchandising assistance so the franchise offer is not limited to established sales operalions. There is no franchise fee. Write for com- plete information providing us with brief details of your current activities in business operati Address the: Director of Franchising, Muntz Stereo-Pak Canada Ltd. 61 Sanford Ave. N., Hamilton 23, Ont. Tel. 416-525-0268 or JACK MESSEtT, 4101 Macltod Trail, Calgary, M [his week sales were head of livestock consisting of 980 cattle and 98 hogs. Trade was steady with most classes just a little stronger. Cows seady to 10 cents stronger. Bulls steady. Yearling feeder steers steady to 25 cents stronger. Yearling heifers stronger. Steer calves were up Heif- er calves steady. Weaner hogs sold under pressure and were lower. Good cows 21.40 to 23.40, fair to medium 20 to 21.25. Bulls 20.90 to 23. Good yearling feeder steers, over 750 Ibs. 29.75 to 31; feeder steers, under 750 Ibs. 30.75 to 33.70; good yearling feeder heifers, over 750 Ibs. 26.50 to 27.90; feeder heifers under 750 Ibs. 28 to 30.50. Good steer calves under 400 Ibs. 39.50 to 42.75; steer calves, over 400 Ibs. 36 to 40.50; good feeder calves, under 400 Ibs., 33 to 35.25; fair to medium, over 400 Ibs. 31 to 34. Weaner hogs to light feeder hogs 32.25 to 16. Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD On offer cattle and calves. Market stronger by 50 to 75 on feeder steers and heifera, steady trade of slaughter cows, feeder cows up increased demand on stackers and feeders. Stock cows and bred heifers strong. Choice steers 27.50 to 28.10; choice heifers 26 to 27.10. Good cows 20.50 to 22; medium 18.50 to 20; canners and cutters 15 to 18.25; shelly kinds down to 12; bologna bulls medium to good 21.50 to 23. Good warmed up feeder steers 28.50 to 29.50 with grass two year olds selling at simi- lar prices, except for pound weights which brought 25.70 to 29. Lighter steers most- ly grass kinds 7 to 800 pound brought 30 to 33.60. Medium feeder steers including holsteins 26.70 to 28.25; good feeder heif- ers guaranteed open or spayed 29 to 30.60 with medium 37.50 to 28.50. Good feeder cows 22 to 24 with first calf dry heifers, selling to 26.50. Steer calves mostly heavyweight and med- ium quality 37 to 39 with heif- ers selling 32 to 34.25. Stock cows and bred heifers 250 to 260. All the good bred heifers and cows sold 250 to 260 with one package red brockle heifers at 295. Medium and light heifers and cows only a few offered 225 to'240. Beef Futures WINNIPEG (CP) Trading was light on the Winnipeg Live Beef Futures Market Friday. There were 12 trades Thursday. Close Thur. ..........Z9.70B 29.60 Jan ..........30.00 30.15.. Mar .........30.20N 30.20N THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET WESTERN CANADA EXOTIC BREED SPECIAL SALE MONDAY, NOV. 2nd P.M. 500 HEAD 500 TUESDAY-! :00 P.M. HOGS-SHEEP DAIRY CATTLE WE ARE ASSEMBLING FAT HOGS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY QUICK RISE There are computers in the United States today com- IN EDMONTON Stay At The RIVIERA SPECIAL CALF SALE WED., NOV. 4th p.m. 1000 HEAD 1000 list Your Calvei larly. At ipecialry qdvertjjed_gnd_premoted win. REGULAR CATTLE SALES THURS.-l P.M. Stacker Feeder and Fat Cattle THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER For your convenience in making reservations Call Long Distance and ask for ZEnith 0-7255 At no cost to youl ANOTHER SPECIAL SHEEP SALE EWES FAT and FEEDER LAMBS TUES., NOV. 10th Following tho Hog Sola listing! IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2610 .V-'RAMBOUIUET AND ROMNELCT AND CROSSBRED EWE LAMBS From the Lelhbridgo Research Station 100 OLDER RANGE EWES 200 FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS SEVERAL RAMS BRED HEIFER AND STOCK COW SALE MOM., NOV. 16-1 p.m. EXPECTING 1000 HEAD too HEREToRD "HEIFERS BRED TO HEREFORD AND ANGUS 100 CROSSBRED HEIFERS BRED TO ANGUS 100 ANGUS HEIFERS BRED TO ANGUS 100 HEREFORD AND CROSSBRED COWS All pregnancy examined____________ Make Plans For The Marketing Of Your Livestock PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. locoled in the hub ot Southern Alberta'i livestock in- dustry 3 miles east of Lethbridge on Highway 3 and mile south. PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 378-3951 BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE H. H. Smith Ltd, Customs Broker coins Phon. 344-3872 at PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. WESTERN CANADA EXOTIC BREED SPECIAL SALE 500 HEAD MONDAY, NOV. 2nd-1.00 p.m. SIMMENTAl HALF CROSS CALVES Mel Depew, Raymond- 9-Hereford Cross Heifer Calves Ken McKnight, Duchess- Cross Bull Calves H. V. Woodruff, Twin Bullo- Cross Bull Calves Lerno Davis, Etzikom- Hereford Cross 1 year old Bull LIMOUSIN HALF CROSS CALVES Palmer Ronch, Hillspring- 5-Hereford Cross Heifer Calves S-Hereford Cross Bull Calves HEIFERS BRED TO BROWN SWISS BULLS leland Stanford, lethbridge- Heifers (2 years old) Bred to Judge. SALES CONSULTANTS DR. IAVON SWKPTION AND ASSOCIATES PRAIRIE ANIMAL BREEDINO ENTERPRISES LTD. Phont 328-6228 Lethbridgi HEIFIRS BRED TO LIMOUSIN BULLS Kanegawa Farms, Vauxhall- 100-Hereford Heifers Honey Farms, Pitturs Butte- Heifers Al Kormas, Cardston Heifers Walter V. Boras- Heifers leland Stanford, lethbridge- and Crossbred Heifers Perlich Bros., Lethbridgt) I5-Hereford Heifers Mike Donkin, Lethbridge- Heifers R. D. McKenzie, Mountain Anaus Cows COWS BRED TO SIMMENTAL BULLS Leland Stanford, Lelhbridej.- year old Hereford Heifers Mike iV.olz, 10-Hereford Cows (Reg.) Don Beagle, 10-Crossbred Ccv.-: K. V. Woodruff, Twin Buttl- Cows HEIFERS BRED TO MURRAY GREY BULLS Al Kormas, 30-Crossbred Heiferl Ken McKnight, Ducheil- 3p-Hereford Heifers Clayton Kennard, 25-Hereford Heifers Perlich Bros., Lelhbridge- 3-Hcreford Heifers Sale Conducted by Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd 3 miles east and mile south of Lethbridge on Hwy. 1 Box 1057, Lelhbridflo Phone 328-3951 ;