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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETIIBRIDGE HERAID _ Snlurclay, Au0ull 17, 1971------------------------------------------------ Millionaire peer is key figure A By CAIUII, KKNNKDV LONDON (Cl'l millionaire peer of 3! has' cnicrsMl .111 unex- pected key figure in ISritnin's Prime bitter, emotion-ridden strike. U.S. war pullo'iit rejec MhistiT puhUcly Hc-atti found (AEM victory for President Nixon, (hi House of re- jected 228 to 178 yesterday ji Riiindalc to pull U.S. forces out of the. Indrchinu war by Oct. 1 in return for release of Ameri- can prisoners aiul ceasefire. Friend.5; and fees of I he pro- posed directive said it would not by itself have forced 1T.S. forces out of the war. But Nixon's c'rities it would have imposed a new war har- position on him and registered American discontent. The House vote removed tha war put] out provision from a forcLgn-mililary-nid bill which is before the IIou.se. mnself over t'nc ease i'f Midland Cold Storage, Ilic London container depot picketed dockers for dock using tioiMliK'k labor ami the [bshpoint for Hie country-wide Jieath hull described Midland in the Commons as a small firm, arbitrarily selected by tlic dockers as a target for- wielding their strength. It then was learned tliat. fvr from this, Midland is part of Ilic meat empire of tho Vesley _ in a family, which nlso OHT.S docks and has been closing rundown wharves. This tins led (o dock- ers losing their jobs while ti'.c Vcstcy interests, by the third Karon Vestcy, concentrate Instead on con- limited miner depots manned by non- clock labor "stuff and strip" Private show KDMONTON nutciier hog.s sold this week at the Lelhbridge yards 34.25 to 35.20 base price. There were 350 butcher hogs sold for export this week. lambs 20.00. Perlich Livestock There were head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Receipts included Q34 calllc and 818 hogs. Slaughter steers and heifers continue to most buyer resistance as well i ovcrfal feeders. Butcher cov met an improved demand. All classes of feeders continue lo Tcct n slrong demand. Prica olationu as follows: LAUGIITEIl CATTLE Choice steers 32.00 lo 32.90; ood to choice heifers 20.00 lo 0.00; good cows 25.00 lo 20.70; indium cows to 25.00; armors and cutters 10.00 to 1.00; bologna bulls 27.25 to 0.00. lEl'LACKMUNT CATTLE ight steer calves under 400 bs. 47.00 lo 56.00; steers 500 o 600 Ibs. 41.00 lo 45.00; steers roved FRIDAY cit 10 a.m. I] FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SALES WASHINGTON (Kculcr) voted Thursday to Israel million 111 military aid, in- c'u'linH K-l I'hantom jot fighter ScnMnr Ifrnry M. Jackson f said .nKrcemcnt nn Isr.irl ;iid hammered mil hy rnnmbrr.s of a joiot con- commiUne reconcil- ing differences in a U.S. mili- prrjcurcment hill approved in slightly fliffercnf vfrsmns hy the Serial e and the House of Representatives. The authority (or continued U.S. ftirl to Israel would last for MONDAY ot 1 p.m. SPECIAL FEEDER HOG and BABY CALF SALES WEDNESDAY 10 a.m. FAT FEEDER CATTLE SALES SPEC1AI STOCK CA'F AND FEEDERS SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR FEEDING AND LOADING HOGS LIVESTOCK FIKKDOM rtADIO (M'i T'rcs- liris corn- n lo .'Judy rontiiuicrl for Kfulio Milton Kisenhnwor, l rmcrifus of Johai Univcr.'JIy ;mtl hrothftr MIC np- pointrd lo lir-nrl Iho r-drnmis- sion .'innrnmrc'd (ho Tliursilay. EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p.m. DON'T BE CONTENT TO ACCEPT ONE OFFER AT HOME, CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO US WHERE YOU ARE GUARANTEED TO HAVE THE AUCTION RING FULL OF BUYERS TO BID ON YOUR CATTLE PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT JOHNNTcHARlTON Solel Lie. 293 GARY JENSEN "Jim" Nome tAr. John Vnra.o, Gfmcrnf Snloi Manager, iho appoint- Ponliac-BuicV-G.M.C. Salci Divi- m hoi itfgc (or erly oisoc hui ChurtK ant) Ala n o resident Ulh- yean and for in farm ma uiincii. Ho i) rnorfict 3 Jim is. aclivol l St. ne! Mtnonfc lodg har Shrinn Tnmplo. John Vorgo tint! Jim I vilo tfio rcsidcnli of Soul he Alhcrla to corno lr> to Enorion and laVo oiJvnnloqo of tho lo Yenr-Rnd Pricci offered all ccirs nnd Uucks. THE STOCKMEN'S AflARKET SCO TO 500 HQGS SELL S., at 1 p.m. ALSO DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUES., AUG. 150 Ono Owner Feeder Hoeji 80 lo 150 lljs. 300 LOT BEEF AND BAJRY TYPE CALVES woifiliing 150 lo