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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta U.S. cattle imports effect felt CALGARY Alber- ta's cattle industry is feeling Lhe adverse effect of a two- pronged assault on its eastern Canadian says Eton a marketing analyst with the Canadian Cattlemen's Association. Importing of low-priced U.S. cattle into Ontario and Manitoba and a strike against hwo Montreal food-store chains have effectively reduc- ed the kills for the eastern market and lowered the prices of beef .in he said in an interview. Feed-lot operators in tne Calgary area are losing between and a head on finished cattle because of the situation. At the same the number of kills dropped to 21.000 last week from two weeks ago. The eastern market ac- counts for about 25 per cent of Alberta's normal cattle or about a week almost the size of the reduc- tion last Mr. Robins said. Last head of cat- tle were imported from the U.S. to Ontario and another 500 to Manitoba. Importing as such has caused the price of beef on the hoof to drop in Calgary to 44 cents a pound from 55 cents in August. Mr. Robbins said U.S. cattle sell for between 37 and 39 cents a pound in making it worthwhile to ex- port to Canada. f Men's Hose... vOlCO Warmest Wishes with a Practical Gift to Calgary WINTER RATES STETSON MOTEL 10002 Macl.od Trail S. Clean Comfortable Units Color TV Automatic phones Phone-271-3210 Collect Never too old You're never too old to appreciate a Christmas party with Santa Glaus as the principal guest as these Regina senior citizens found out Wednesday. Welfare pay cut report denied HIGH PRAIRIE. Alta. A suggestion that welfare is not being distributed fairly in the towns of Driftpile and along Lesser Slave Lake 140 miles northwest of has been denied by Alex social services superintendent for the Indian affairs department- Mr. in an interview said he personally had investigated a complaint and found the recipient was receiving the maximum welfare rate. Grant Alberta NDP asked the government Tuesday in the legislature to inquire into complaints that welfare officials in northern Alberta were back on welfare payments to punish people considered trouble Mr. Jenkins added that his agency is understaffed with only ihree welfare workers. He said the three are responsi- ble ior 11 bands located on 23 Indian reserves. ratio of workers to people on welfare is far worse than in the city and as a result we can't visit every he adding that checks have to be a spotty sort of Get in on the gold Our Golden Touch. Every week more people who appreciate fine Canadian whisky are discovering and staying with it. A mellow taste. The unmistakable smoothness of a perfectly blended whisky. Join the gold what's fast becoming one of Algeria's favourite ryes. Golden Touch. By Corby. Say 'Merry Christmas' to Him with 'Happy Foot' Socks a. Give the useful gift he will remember. socks with cushion insole. 10 popular colours. 11V2-12. 'Health Socks' b. cushion sole. Wine. One 10-12. Corduroy Socks d. Stretch Nylon for sport or leisure-time wear. 6 assorted colours. 10-12. 1 EACH EACH 1.75 Dress Hose c. Kroy Wool Nylon. Medium or Dark Wine. 1 Size. 10-12. Banlon Hose e. Nylon socks in Black Medium 1 10-12. Corby. Good taste in Canada since 1859. EACH 2.25 EACH 1.50 WITH CONHIfCt SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Stretch Nylon with Acrylic Stay-Up Fine quality dress socks. Navy. Wine. 1 10-13. PAIR .96 Fancy Patterned Dress Hosiery Put on a pair of fancy desig- ned socks in a Kroy v Nylon blend. Co- Wine. 1 10-12.' Highly Flattering Dress Socks Made of Kroy Wool Nylon. Featuring fancy centre design. Medium Medium Grey. 1 10-12. PAIR .96 PAIR DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OP THI Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Until Christmas 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive reserve the right to limit quantities. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE ;