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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Solurdtiy, September 18, 197! Livestock market report Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Dcoarlmeiit of Agriculture) Sales Monday lo Friday 752 cnlllj; 3S calves; hogs; 40 Iamb. Tuesday to Friday last week 115 cattle; 5 calves; hogs; 346 lambs. Samp week 1970 cattle; 65 calves; hogs; 155 lambs. Lambert C. J. van der Sloot CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT Announces the optining of an office for the practice of his profession ot: No. 6 Insurance Exchange Building 444 Second Si. S.E. Medicine Hat, Aha. Tel: 526-5011 Res- 527-2077 COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. COMING SALES Mixed Cattle Sale Pincher Station WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22nd AT A.M. 500 HEAD 500 FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE Highlighted by 50 head feeders from Alex While plui eon- lignments from Floyd lloyd and Eldon Trodden all of Pin- cher Creek. Special Feeder Sale Pincher Station FRIDAY, SEPT. 24th AT P.M. 750 HEAD 750 Including 200 head from Spearhead Ranching ltd., 200 head from Ed Milchell, 150 head from Andy Russell, 100 head from R. H. Bennett all from Twin Bulte. Special Feeder Sale Pincher Station MONDAY, SEPT. 27lh AT P.M. 500 HEAD -500 Including consignment from Musil Bros., Nalal, B.C.; lie Milvain, Burmis; and Gordon McRne, Pincher Creek. For Information and Liilingi Conlacl Community Auction Sales Assn. Ltd. ED GROSS DON FITZPATRICK Res 627-328S Res. 627-4083 Office 627-3466 Yard 627-3660 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA REGULAR CATTLE SALE MONDAYS at p.m. INCLUDED IN MONDAY SALE SPECIAL YEARLING SALE PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: JOHNNY CHARLTON Lit. 293 Sales Manager GARY JENSEN Butcher cattle prices strong lo 25 or more higher. Replace- ment cattle around 2.00 higher. Cattle market strong and ac- tive. Good and choice butcher steers mecling good demand at sleady prices. Good and choice bulcher heifers meeting an improved demand, prices 25 more higher. All classes of cows sell readily at firm rates. Medium and good slocker and feeder sleere and heifers meel- ing keen demand from local buyers, prices around 52 high- er. The Knight Ranch, Ray- mond, sold one load top qual- ity stock steers averaging 680 Ibs. at 37.60. Stock calves scarce and selling at strong prices. Slaughter cattle Steers: choice 30.25-30.70; good 29.25- 30; medium 20-20.25. Heifers- choice 27.50-20; good 26.50- 27.25; medium 25.50-26.50. cows: good 22.50-23.50; medi- um 21-22; canners and cutters 17-20.50. Bulls: good 24-25.10. Replacement cattle Good heavy feeder steers over 750 Ibs. 31-34: good light stock steers under 750 Ibs 35-37.70; good feeder heifers under G50 Ibs. 31-33.50; good stock steer calves 40-14. Hogs and sheep Butcher hogs sold this week F.O.B. Leth- bridge 2225-23.55. base price. Weaner and feeder hogs sold sleady lo higher. Weaners 6.00-10.75. Light feeders under 100 Ibs 10.50-17. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 16.25-25.75 all prices per head. Light feeders under 100 Ibs. sold from 16- 20. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 3-17 Jm tf HEA, Ift Ollttivu weekly livestock report 13-16.50 per cwl. Gond Iambs Perlieh Livestock There were 1.054 head of livestock sold tills week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included 547 cattle and 507 hogs. The cattle mar- ket continues strong and active on all classes of livestock. Price quotations were as fol- lows: SLAUGHTER CATTLE There were not enough butcher steers and heifers offer to establish firm quota- tions. Good butcher cows 23.00 to 24.00 with sales to 24.50; me- dium cows 21.00 to 23.00; can- ners and cutlers 18.00 to 21.00. Good bulls 24.00 to 26.00; plain quality and overfat bulls 21 to 23.50. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Light steer and heifer calves 60.00 to 127.50; good quality ranch steer calves under 400 Ibs 43.00 to 45.50; steer calves over 400 Ibs. to 42.10; yearling steers 550 to R50 Ibs. 33.00 to 37.00; holstein steers 500 to 600 Ibs. 32.50 to 33.33; good quality ranch heifer calves 32.50 to 35.25 sales higher or some heifers weigh- ng under 300 Ibs. Yearling 33.5 million renovation announced TRAIL, DC.. (CP) S3 5 million renovalion of Cominco's ammonium phospliale plant was announced here by Robert Hcndricks, president and chief executive officer of Ihe com- pany. At a luncheon of directors, senior company execulivcs and local businessmen, Mr. Hen- dricks said Ihe phosphoric acid side of the company's Trail fer- tilizer complex would be mod- ernized first. Renovation of the fertilizer production side of the operation is lo follow in the near future, he said. The plant was put into pro- duction in 1931. It uses phos- phale rock and sulphuric acid produced from gases of tile company's metal plants to make ammonium phosphate fertilizer products. Cominco has just completed a modernization of its Trail zinc plant. Taber Livestock TABER Trade was aclive at the Prairie Livestock Ltd. sale this week with all classes meeting keen demands. Gocd cows 50 cents higher. Butcher steers 25 cents strong- er. Butcher Iwifers 50 cents higher. Bulls steady to 25 cents stronger. Feeder steers and heifers steady. Calves steady. Weaner hogs 50 cents stronger. Light feeders steady. Heavy feeders up Good to choice butcher steers 31.00 to 31.50; fair to medium 29.80 to 30.75; good to choice butcher heifers 28.00 to 2S.40; fair to medium 27.00 to 27.75. Good cows 23.00 to 24.40; fair lo medium 22.00 to 22.90. Bulls 23.00 to 24.80. Fail- to medium feeder steers 34.00 to 35.50; fair to medium feeder heifers 2S.OO to 29.50. Good steer calves 38.00 to 42.00; fair to medium 36.00 to 37.75. Good heifer calves 34.00 to 36 00; fair to medium 32.00 to heifere 29.00 to 30.90; plainer 3375 quality heifers 26.00 to 28.00; Weaner hogs 00 to light feeder cows 23 to 25.50. Iighl fcerjers 510.00 to S10.00; HOGS AND LAMBS heavy feeders S17.00 to Market hogs sold 22.25 to 22.95 this week. Weancr and feeder hog market was steady. Weaners 7.50 to 11.00; light weaners 3.50 to 7.00, feeders over 100 Ibs. 17.00 to 24.25. Bred sows and gilis 30.00 to 51.00. Mocleod Livestock Baby calves 54 00 to 70.00. Fat lambs sold 18.00 to 20 00 dollars per hundred weight on a morning delivery no shrink basis. BUYING OR SELLING CONTACT US SPECIAL FEEDER HOG SALE MONDAY, SEPT. 20th AT P.M. APPROX. 500 HOGS ON OFFER FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES TUES., THURS., FRI., AT 10 A.M. SPECIAL! CALF AND FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th at p.m. APPROXIMATELY 500 HEAD ON OFFER CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberta Stockyards Phone 327-0101 Res. 328-3986 P.O. BOX 55 1-1-7 IETHBRIDGE Ed French 328-3986 Knn Miller 758-6607 Magralh Lou DcJagcr 327-9548 C. W. Henniger 327-7354 LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS FORT MACLEOD-On offer at the Fort Macleod Auction Market this were 740 head of cattle. Choice slaughter cattle sold 25 cents lo 50 cents stronger than last week but bologna bulls were 50 cents lo 75 cents off. The feeder market remained steady. Choice steers 30.75 to 31.10; bolotems 28.75 to 29.10. Choice heifers 27.75 lo 28.30; good heifers 26.75 to 27.50. Good CON-.S 2.3. .V) lo .n-J 25 wilh top high yielding cow lo 24 75; medium cows 21.00 to 23.00; canners and cutlers 17.00 to 20.00; good bulls 23.00 lo 23.70. Good wanned up feeder steers 30.50 to 32 00; good two- year-old grass steers 31.00 to 32.20; good yearling steers weighing 700 lo 800 pounds; .14.50 to .16.00 with lighter kinds to 38.00. Good feeder heifers 29.00 to 31.00. Potato futures WINNIPF.G (CP) Marilitnc potato ftilures Friday: Open High Ixjw (lose Nov 2.25N Mnr J.BON Apr 2.SBN I May 3.05A i Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) Live beet futures Friday: Open High Low Close Scp 32.95 32.05 Nov 32.50ft ,Ian M.40T) Mar 31.75D MNKKD TO nni.r.AR KARACHI (ReitlCT) The Pakistan rupee will cut Its link with slerling and Iw aligned lo lira United Slnies dollar from Friday, Hie slate Dank of Paki- stan announced Thursday. OTTAWA (CP) _ Cattle de- liveries at the 10 public stock- yards from Monday to Thurs- day this week ill aboul were above I he previous holiday shortened week and slightly lower than in the cor- responding week a year ago. Exports of beef caltlc In the United ELalcs were sligh'.ly lower at 322 head. Offerings of cattle at public markets were sharply tuglwr, and trading on all classes and grades were generally active throughout Hie week. Prices on the better grades of slcers mainly unchanged. Hei'fei's met a good demand at sleady to 50 cents higher. Good quality cows and bulls were generally steady to higher. Feeder calUe met a keen demand at prices meinly steady lo SI higher and stoek calves were from full sleady lo Mglier. Veal and butcher calves were steady to high- er. Hog prices were very uneven and good lambs were sleady to sharply higher. Choice steers: Montreal 34 lo 34.75; Toronto 33 to 31; Winni- peg 32 SO; Saskatoon 30.50 to 31.50; Edmonton 30.25 to 31, Calgary 30.50 to 31.30. Good heifers: Montreal 25.25 to 2G.25; Toronto 20 lo 39; Win- nipeg 211 to 29; Saskatoon 27 to 28; Edmonton 2C to 27.50; Cal- gary 20.25 to 27.50. Good cows: Montreal 23 to 24.75; Toronto 22.50 to 23.50; Winnipeg 23.50 to 24.50; Saska- Icon 22.50 lo 2.1.50; Edmonton 21.50 to Calgary 22.75 to Good feeder steers: Toronto 23 to 3C; Winnipeg 31 to 36; Saska'.non 31 lo 35; Edmonton 31 to 36; Calgary 30.50 to 3J.80. Good and choice veal calves: Montreal 42 to 42.50; Toronto 33 to 41; Winnipeg 40 to 50; Saskatoon 39 to 40.50; Edmon- ton 35 to 39. Good lambs: Montreal 28 to 30; Toronto 30 to 33; Winnipeg 22 lo 24.25; Saskatoon 21.50; Calgary 20. Grade A hogs: Toronto 25.10 to 20; Winnipeg 24.65 to 20.25, Saskatoon 23.24 lo 24.40; Ed- monton 21.55 to 23.05, Calgary 21.55 to 22.80. Feed mill razed noCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE (CP) Fire of undetermined origin Friday destroyed a feed rrill owned by Butterwick Farm and Ranch Supplies Lid. in this west central Alberta town. Funeral held for ciilllcinan CALGAMY (CP) Fuiwrnl sea-vice was held Friday for Laurence Hanford Stone, presi- dent of the Alberta Callle Breeders' Association, who died Wednesday at the age of G4. Mr. Etone, from Madden was an associate director of the Calgary Exhibition and pede board. He ia survived by his wife, Dorolhy, and n son, Gerald, of Madden, B.C. APPOINTMENT OTTAWA (CP) Frank U. Collier, of Vancouver has been appointed member of the Fed- eral Court of Canada trial di- vision, the justice department announced here. FOR SALE EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITE Consisting of: walnut double pedestal desk walnut credenza vinyl and fabric swivel high back feather chair COLLEGE MERCURY Art Borzel 327-5763 NDUSTRIAL AUCTIONEERS Offer by Public An eft on (it Unreserved Sale CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT NAME OF OWNER Flemnig-McKay Construction Ltd., Saskatoon, Sask. (Complete Dispersal) DATE September 30th, 1971 rit a.m. Saskatoon, Saik. CRUSHERS: 1969 CtjdarapidV Super Commander 555E 12 ic 36 Jaw; 1964 Cedorapids Super Commander 645 12 x 36 Twin Jow: ASPHALT PLANTS: Pioneer 302 plant model 384 drier, model d54 hot elevator, vibrator, model 300 pugmiil, model 584 dust collector, Genco 100] burner, 45RCL 569 oil healc-r, circulating pump, (2) Childers gol. asphalt tonks, gol. bunker storage and gal. fuel tank pump and hoses; Pioneer 101 Continuflo central mixing pianl, model 381R drier. Pug- mill and Graduation unit, model 580 dust collector, electric hot elevator, combustion chamber and burner, Childen oil heater, switch gear and (3) gol. storage tanksi PAVERS and SPREADERS: 1970 Cedarapids BSF 2 fully auto- matic paver sn. 31287 c'w Honeywell controls and GM 353 Diesel; 1967 Aulogrode CMI duol lone in. CM225 Cat 1676 power, grade ond cross slope controls, extra panel, (2) 12' wings and sklis, spreader boxi 1966 Cedoropids BSF2 automatic sn. 27918 353 GM power; Shoulder Widner A-CTL16D Loader 36" hyd. driven bell; Borber Greene 828 Stabilization plant sn. 828x150 671 GM power; COMPACTION EQUIPMENT: 1970 Roygo 404 Rustler sn. 09B-732; 1967 Roygo 300 vibratory roller; 1968 Hysler C500A pneumatic; Vibro plus CH30 vibratory roller; Hysler DW15 compactor; (2) 48" sheepsfoot rollers Tampo and Gallion 5-8 Ion steel roller; Buffalo Springfield 10-16 Ion roller; Buffalo Springfield 3 drum roller; (17) 13 wheel wobblies; SCALES: 1968 Robe-t Morse 50 Ion undei. carriage and house. (3) Fairbanks Morse 25 I o n; CRAWLER TRACTORS: 1970 Euclid 82-40 sn 63639DA- (2) 1968 Euclid 82 30 sns. 10895 and 4874J. (2) 1965 Euclid 82- 30 sns. iOtiOo onti 1963 Euclid C6 sn. 33238; LOAD- ERS: 1968 Col 980 sn. 45198, 1968 Cat 955Ksn. 61H1585; 1960 Cat 933F sn. 42A894; GRADERS: 1966 and 1965 Allii Chalmers M100 sns. C 1014 and Cat 12 sn. 8TI7952, DISTRIBUTORS: 1963 Rosco tandem 1750 gal., F1800 Ian- den mounted; Littleford CLRC distributor; POWER UNITS and ELECTRIC SETS: 1969 Cot D342 and 1964 GM12V71 power units; 1969 Col D333C Cot D398A (550KW) Cat D13- 000 (112 GM 471 (75 2 Cat D311 (20 Duelz nd Lisler 10 Onon 3 KVV; TRAILERS: 1965 Fruehouf higfviny; 1958 Hobbs highboy; Fruehauf till trailer; (4) 10 x 20 shop vans; (2) sinalrt axle shop vons; CAMP TRAILERS: 10 x 36, 10 x 40 and 10 x 52 Cook trailers; (3) bunk trailers; 10 x 36 and (2) 10 x 52 Bunk-wosh trailers; 10 x 36 office-bunk; Evanston office; Prairie Schooner and Travelfo house trailers; Glendelte 16' Iravnl trailer; TRUCKS: (6) 1969 Chevrolet 70 tandem dumps; (B) 1967 Chevrolet 70 tandem dumps; all arc Bronlford or Irailmobile boxes; Ih. boggles and Vo-401 engines; 1969 Chev tnndem c'w gal. water tank and power spray 1964 CMC nnd 1963 Chrv i water tonks; 1963 Chev. 1300 gol. and water and 500 gal. fuel lonksi (2) 1960 Kenworlh 92.1 tractors; IHC V200; F1800 tanderni (2) 1968 Chev 1 and 2 ton scrvicp (7) Chev Ion! 1969 to 1965; 1970 Buick Wildcat; MISCELLANEOUS; (7) John Deem wheel Iroclors models R, D 820 and 830- (8) Welders 200 amp. lo 600 amp.; 3" lo 6" water pumps- C.M.C. material botcher; Jaeger and Rex concrele mixers- water heaters, 1966 clc-clric Skyclimber; hoists; (10) pro- pane Thawmasters; concrete equipment; conveyors; bins- 300 gal. to gol. tanks; SHOP TOOLS and STOCK- hand power chain; wire; battery chargers; como nlongs; Truck, crusher and Asphalt plan! part! and engines; novor ontj Sprena-rr parts; cable; tires ond rims; OFFICE' pov lypewriter, tobies and many more Items. AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE NOS. 609 and 601 PHONE ON SITE 374-7374 niTriiiF. linos. AIJCTIOJVKEIIS LTD. IIKAU 4IKHCI-; Hfl Avr., KKI.OWNA, IHI1) V1K 11 own Sifffl. DnllmiMlc Dr.. N IV .-M2) Mi-rrl, C2 llMi-nril I ri-n n.c. Al.TA., M.I V, MM3M itnni 2RH B191 -I.1.T-5UI find T) l-flf." SU nil ltd rinm ZU-1M4 NEXT WEEK AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET TUES., SEPT. 21 si at a.m. 500 TO 600 HEAD HIGHLIGHTED BY 50 OPEN YEARLING HEIFERS from Biencourt Ranch, Crelson, B.C. THURS., SEPT. 23rd at p.m. 800 HEAD 800 200 2-YEAR OLD STEERS From Wesley Ranch, Granum and Peigan l.D. 500 YEARLING STEERS from John Sakella, George Mowol, Col. Warren, Fronk Webber, Anlelopa Bulls Ranch, all of Liindbreck and Bell Ranch, Clar.sholm. 100 YEARLING HEIFERS from Mowat, lundbreck and Dell Ranch, Claresholm For Information and Listings Contact PORT MACLEOD I UTllDT BitBlt INTERNATIONAL SALES MANAGEMENT IDDI MICIIDD ILIIBII -Gmai FDB41 G9( Phone THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS from lending 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 BUY TOP QUALITY FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. AN INVITATION TO WESTERN THOROUGHBRED HORSE SALE SAL, SEPT. 25th P.M. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION SELLING HORSES OF RACING AGE YEARLINGS WEANLINGS SROOD MARES STALLIONS ANNUAL FALL REGISTERED and GRADE HORSE SALE OCT. 1st and 2nd LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION EXPECTING 400 HORSES LIST YOUR ENTRIES NOW Registered horses listing close Saturday, Sept. 18, 1971 SOUTHERN ALBERTA SHEEPMEN'S SPECIAL SALES Various breeds of commercial and purebred stock from many of Southern Alberla's leading breeders. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9th at 1 p.m. EWE LAMBS FEEDER AND FAT LAMBS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 at p.m. RANGE EWE AND RAM SALE CONSIGNORS: EARLY LISTINGS ARE INVITED 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. lornled In Tho Hub Of Southern Alhfrln'i livcilock tnduilry 3 Mil.i Eait Of Ulhbrldgo On Highway .1 And Mils South BOX 1057, I.CTHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;