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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THl IETHBRIDGE HER41D SolurHoy. Aunint 51, 1971 Tax cheaters always pinned down OTTAWA (CP) If ynu'rfi starting lo relax ft lillle he- rflusp the lax man luisn'l caught th.-it lillle nm'ibsiim in your April tax rclurn, your confidence is premature. The revenue department iranLs your full share included n the cstimakfi billion il collect this year and it's nbout Iliis Lime its army of auditors and investigators begin calling nn suspected (nx evaders, Tf yon cheated, the rhanccs are good they'll find out. As the spring returns flow In, a giant computer system digests I hem and matches them wilh st-alumenls from hanks nnfl rmployers. Tho ones the computer .spits out wilh incomplete or conflicting matches are closely scniii- nizecl. Last year ihc computer ragged of the nine mil- lion returns filed for under- payment. Most people caught have Canada boom nipped OTTAWA (CPi Canada v.-as poised in .May and June this year for a major boom in industrial and public facilities expansion, the Irade depart-: ment reported Friday. In its mid-year survey of pri-' vale and prblic investment in-j tentions the department said outlays on nnv business plant end equipment, housing, and so- cial capital were expected to in- crease by 11.2 per cent over! 1970 capi I a] expenditures. i But the report was compiled I before new Vnileri slates ceo- i nomic policies wore announced! last weekend which could sei i-1 ously arrest expansion plans in! export-oriented business, The report said total capital expenditure for 1971, originally estimated last January at SI9.32 billion, were expected on the basis of a May and June survcy to increase (o S1D.C2 billion. The biggest increases uere in housing, up ?3.7 per cent lo hiJIion. es- Scveral surgeons in South- ern Calitmnia said a person seeking cosmetic surgery compc'.itors because of his I ily lo chan[ "A person who is malad- j aged face, plaslic can justed and not succeeding in I "work wonders." life isn't going to succeed be- cause of an Dr. A. f. McDowell of Burbanks said. "And t don't think that an ex- ecutive who's been pushed out is going to get back hi with a facelift." But, said Dr. Kurt Wagner, a Beverly Hills plastic sur- geon, if an older person feels shouldn't expect his personal- l he is losing out to younger "II makes him feel younger and he performs as though he were younger." he said. Plastic surgeons say they screen prospective palienls carefully before consenling lo an operation. They want lo make c e r I a i n the palienl doesn't expect miracles. ''If you get somebody with au unrealistic request, you lave lo be careful." Wagner said. "If a husband is running around and his wife comes in and wants a facelifl to com- pete with a younger woman, I won't do it. A simple lighten- ing of Ihe skin isn't going to fix a marriage. "But if a woman is divorced or widowed and says. 'I'm having trouble competing in the market I can help her." Ottawa iveeldy livestock report OTTAWA (CP) Cadle of- Good cows 21.50 to 12.90; ferings at the 10 public slock- dium 20 to 22; caimcrs and cut- yards from Monday lo Thiirs- lers 17 to 20. (his week totalled about head, slightly alxive the previous week and the corres- ponding week a year ago. Exports of beef cattle to the U.S. last week totalled 405 head were nil going for im- mediate slaughter. Deliveries at public markets were seasonally average and the demand continued good on olher qualily slaughter cattle. Steers and heifers were gen- erally steady to an odd 50 cents lower. Cows traded under pres- sure at prices mainly steady to lower and bulls from steady lo as much as S3 down. Feeder cattle were generally steady to S3 lower and slock calves steady to as much as lower. Veal anr! butcher calves were steady to S3 lower The hog market was mainly 50 cents to higher at all centres and ambs were steady to sharply ower for the week. Choice steers: Montreal 33 to 34.50; Toronto 34 to 35; Winni- peg 32.50 to 33.50; Saskatoon 31.25 to 32.40; Edmonton 31 to 31.75; Calgary 31.50 lo 32.50. Good heifers: Montreal 2575 to 2C.50; Toronto 29 to 30: Win- nipeg 27.50 to 28.50; Saskatoon 2C.50 to 27.50; Edmonton 2G.25 27.25; Calgary 25.75 lo 27.75. Good cows: Montreal 22.75 to 24.75. Toronto 22 to 23; Winni- peg 22 lo 211; Saskatoon 2075 o 21.75; Edmonton 21 to 21.50; Calgary 21.25 to 23. Good feeder steers: Toronto 32 to 36; Winnipeg 31 to 35; Saskatoon 30.50 lo 34; Edmon- ton 31 to 37; Calgary 31 to 31.50 Good and choice veal calves: Montreal 42.50 to 46.50: Toronto 33 lo 41; Winnipeg 40 lo 45; Edmonton 37 lo 41. Gond lambs: Montreal 34 lo 35; Toronto 29 lo 33; Winnipeg 28 to 29.75; Saskatoon 23. Ed- monton 24 to 25.50- Calgary 25. Basic hogs: 2310 lo 24.40; Edmonton 23.05 to 23.85; Cal- 1 gary lo 24.15. Bulls 22.00 to 2158. REPLACEMENTS Good heavy feeder steen over B50 Ifos. 30 lo 32. Good light stock steers 34 lo 35.40. IKtfiS I.A.11BS Butcher hogs sold this week f.o.b. Lclhbridge 22.85 to 23.50. base price. Wearier and feeder hogs sold about steady. Wean- crs 3 to 10.50. Light feeders un- der 100 Ibs. 11.50 to 14.50. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. 15.75 to 1150. Light feeders under 100 Ibs sold 16 to 23 per hundred- weight. Heavy feeders over 100 Ibs. sold 12.50 to 15.BO per hun- dredweight. Good lambs 24 In 25. Traffic survey In co-operation with the pro- vincial attorney general's of- fice, the department of high- ways and the University of Al- berta. Hie traffic safety branch of the federal ministry of Lrans- poit is now conducting a road- side survey. The survey is designed to as- sess the effectiveness of fice safely programs directed at persons drink and may drive. Tf is being carried out In con- junction wilh police traffic checks at a number of sites in the province. Toyota Travel Announcement Periled Livestock Lethbridge Livestock Da van speech clarified REGULAR CATTLE SALE Retiring From Farming? Sell your farm machinery, livestock and household effects by auction. List with us now. Choice dates available. ATTO CHISTE FARM AUCTION FRIDAY, AUGUST 27th at 1 SEE LISTING ON PAGE 14 p.m. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auclionpor: JOHNNY CHARLTON Lit. 293 Salei Mnnaqor GARY JENSEN TO, AVIV Defence Minister Mosbe Daysn denied today he had proposed thai Is- rael annex Arab territories it j caplured in the 1907 Middle' East war. Asked about his Thursday speeoh, Dayan said he had not proposed annexalion. His pre- cise meaning was lhal Israel's aclion in Ihe occupied areas should be Dial of a "permanent government." Dayan said he had used Ihis term as opposed lo a temporary administration which puts off acl.ivilic-s "or even abstains from them allngrlher." TRIBUTE PAID Sen. Ernest Morning while campaigning Ihis week for the Social Credit party in the Aug. 30 election, pair; tribute to Ira McLaughlin, 80, (right) who recently stepped down as Social Credil mem- ber of the legislature for Grande Prairie. Mr. McLaughlin had served for 27 years in the legislature wilh the sena-. tor, former Alberto premier. There were 569 head of live- stock sold this week at Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Re- ccipl-s included 209 cattle and 230 hogs. There was a good de- mand for all classes of fat and feeder caltle from local h u y- ers. Price quotations as fol- lows: SLAUGHTER CATTLE Steers, choice 31.50 to 31.90; good 30.50 to 31.50; good to low choice heifers 27 00 to 27.90; medium quality butcher heif- ers 2G.OO to 27.00; good cows 23.00 lo 23.00 wilh sales to 24.00 on heifcrettcs; medium cows 21.00 to 22.50; canners and cul- lers 1700 to 2050; bologna bulls 21.00 lo 25.00. REPLACEMENT CATTLE Light slock sleer calves 39.00 lo 44.00; good yearling steers under 700 Ibs. 34.00 lo 36.50; feeder sleers 700 lo Ins. 32.00 lo 34.0; holstein and me- dium quality feeder steers 29.00 lo 32.50 wilh holstein slews under BOO Ibs. selling lo 34.75; short keep feeder heif- ers 27.no to 28.50; yearling heif- ers 27.00 lo 30.00; plain quality heifers 25.00 lo 26.50; lighl calves 100.00 lo 142.50 by the head. j HOGS AND DAIRY CATTI.TC Market hogs sold Ihis week 22.65 lo 23.25; weaner hogs 3.00 to 6.50: light feeders 7.00 to 10.00. There were no heavier feeders on offer. Medium qual- ity bred gills 30.00 to 39.00. Hahy calves 42 lo 77.50. A total of 415 callle. three calves. 1.423 hogs and 143 lambs were sold during (ho five-day period this week. Butcher cattle prices were un- evenly steady. Replacement catlle steady. Good and choice bulchcr steers meeting good demand at steady prices. Good and choice butcher heifers steady. Light receipts of all classes of cows selling about steady. Bulls 2.00 more lower. Medium and good stockcr and feeder cattle meeting reason- ably good demand al s t e a d y rales. SLAUGHTER Choice steers 31 to 31.80; good 29.75 lo 31.25: medium 28 lo 29.50. Choice heilers 27 to 27.f good 26.25 lo Z7.50. CON BARRETT les Ingle, Fred Slory and Pele Alexander would like to welcome Con Barrett .10 ths Toyola Sales Team. Con has hod over 25 yean experience in Ihe automotive field; and is well qualified lo look after all your needs. Con welcamei all his friendi and acquaintance! to drop out and vjew Ihe great line of Toy- ola oulomoblles. Skylark camp- ers and trailers. Empress molar- homes and Ritzcrafl mobila homes. SAXAPIIONE RECORD B 0 U T H U L S T, Belgium f AP) Belgian soldier Andre Todts, 31, claimed a new en- durance record for saxaphone playing yesterday nfler 48 hours 38 minutes of non-stop blowing. The previous record was re- ported lo have been held by an unidentified German who played for hours 13 min- utes. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Truest Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPFR BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loodj Carload) Truck Scnlci Magnet Snrvlca National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 306 33rd Strrc-t Norlh Phono 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" BUSINESS WANTED OR PARTNERSHIP by CANADIAN STOCK EXCHANGE IISTED COMPANY Heod Office CALGARY, ALBERTA Metal Fabrication or distributorship companies that re- quira additional capital and expertise. Chief executive officer will be in Lelhbridge soon. Reply Box 2, The Lethbridge Herald FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET NEXT WEEK ON TUES., AUG. 24th at 9.30 a.m. 700 HEAD 700 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE Highlighlcrf By 75 2-YEAR OLD STEERS From Slevo Kuhnselc, Lunclbroclt nnd Bill Mnin, Pinthftr For Information and listing! Contact FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET. INIUkHIBNIl MtS HANlBiMlNI Crenk THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS From Lending Hog Producftrt Tuesday 1 p.m. WEANERS-FEEDERS-5OW5-BOARS DAIRY COWS-BABY CAIVES-SHEEP Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday thru Friday REGULAR CATTLE SALE PLUS SPECIAL YEARLING SALE Thurs., Aug. 26th 1 p.m. 700 to 1000 HEAD IISTED TO DATE 500 GRASS STEERS AND HEIFERS 100 LIGHT CALVES ?00 to 300 Ibs. SPECIAL FAT LAMB SALE Tues., Aug. 31st Al p.m. INCLUDED WITH THE REGULAR HOG AND DAIRY SALE LIST YOUR FAT LAMBS EARLY AND SELL THEM AT AUCTION PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. LocnlcH In Thn Hub Ol Southern Albnrln'i Livnslock Induilry 3 Milct Enst Of Lclhbridgn On Highway 3 And Mild South BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;