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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurday, Decembtt 73, 1972 THE lETHEPIOGt HtPMD 17 Trade balance deficit growing 'Imports to double in four years U.S. to gobble our gas Livestock market report Ottawa Livestock er COV.-S 27 to W; heifery kinds tw, zrid gilt', H.> In :w lo 32. cahx-s VU to 70: gwi dairy Next week- One sale only. 1 to 47j; p'.ain cov.-s 2.VJ to OITAV.'A (CPJ niw public stock- i Thursday, IJwtjmU-r Monday to Tnijrs-' a m. AJi classes. lien Bros. Auction Market. [Xirt of about bar.-i-is a in Although the intrrrior depart- A good demand continued for ment did not deal specif liy the end of the century, the jcajjy cattle, resulting in an I and CM Trie interior department pre ajjy fQai question dicted total imports of oil from active market with firm prices steers Calgary and third quarter o) Canada reryjrtel today. The deficit in the tw-osd tools corstribuled to tie skid, first nine the same quarter of the vc-ar slwl at IV, Cornparinr! tte n I ninths of this year to rreslatLsticstw-eausaidEpe-ipcriO'l in Wl, the current ac- cial shutdown o! a count balance has swung to a major auto plant to change pro-j deficit of about million duct lirv. and tiv'f. strides on i from a surplus of million a Canada's" West Coat and in Bri-1 year ago. Commodity the trade pic- per cent to tiire arxi made it difficult to ration, cwmnodij" exports department said, natural gas vrith" recent restrictions imposed gas sales to the that in general forecasts "explicitly imports by bv Canada on whelmingly from it said make up nearly "0 wrnt of i ;ts the total U.S. sjivfsus futl sup-: taxe into coEsideraSion all ply, compared with less than limitations foe fuels." Eastern are finely to I Toronto record prices i nearly 70 per lor choice Btcers. four fxjr cent at Tne forfx-'ast va- in by the year There was no spedlic figure i cent in 1S71. cent of total U.S. consumption Cnoice heifer prices were second test evaluated for impaired motorists verms V, per wMe gwxj rovra i east VH.TC fully steady, Western prices generally were easier. Feeder steers were active with steady prices while feeder calves in the east were firm. were easier. prices to 5.V) lower. Not enough steers and heifers on offer for reli- able Good cows 25 to 25; medium cows 22 to canriers to 21; bologna cutters 25 to Steer calves, to 400 Ibs., 45 55; steer calves to Choice and good vealers were -M ,0 W; steady, while hog were-; ovcr 42 to i_3; DOWN KK I'KIt CENT cobol-or drug-impaired driver billion cubic fee'.. By from starting liis car is being 1575, trie figure is enUmated by th' WARREN, Mich. fAP) A I chances to pass the test. He 10-sKond test to prevent an al- pushes "reset button" and the needle again begins swing- a driver is able to uneven. Lirrtb prices were steady. Choice steers: Toronto 39 to t'i; Vi'inrcoeB 3? Saska- toon Do to 'fi.'i'i; to 17.75; Colgary S7.ry) to 33.30. quality steer calves to 43; PpAPF ON1 FfiRlk toktein bulls, WJ to 7W Ib3.. r, UA LMIOH 37 to 41.75. 1 7'fl to 1 Our xhlj it tbat I ELECTRONICS 1215 3rd Ai'e. S. Phone 327-3503 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTAEUSKED 1911 lower floor 517 "Std Ave. 5. P'none 327-1541 S7.75B; March 38.50N. volume: No con- WINNIPEG 'CPJ All com- ______________ modities traded at prices CONTAINS Friday on the Winnipeg Corn- j The salivary glands of the modi ties Exchange. s h a r t -t a i 1 e d shrev.1 contain Rapcsetd at both termmal 1 similar to that of such poisor.wjs snakes as the cobra. prices Qaksey EDN50NTON Weekly WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loarfi Carloadi Truck Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED HEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phona 328-1721 "Strep It Our Byiineii" r.02s: Toronto j to Wiraiipeg 35.0.5 to 39.93: 37.45 to 33.55; Edmon- icr: S7.05 to E9.'0: 37.10 Macleod Livestock FORT MACLEOD There were K2 cattle and calves on 6'i lower, Vancouver rapeseed S 28; C 6; cracris 15. five to four lower, Thunder Bay I To retailers: A large 57 to 60; and rye changed. Volume was trade Th'jrsday of flax, i A. large 55 to 63; A medium 54 to 04; A small 41 to 4" Picture Butte Auction Market 3.627.' COO oi rye. Th under Bay export v.'heat prices all were iro c-ent. Grain quotes Friday rnasis Jtigh Ixjw Close Hat Dec 37S'-4 375-i 376'i May %2 Jly 37S'i 37G 376 Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 310 3144 Mar 33'j-i 313H une 213'i 311 315H Rapeseed Thunder Bay To producers: About 20 of trie animals arc to be taken to E'jrope and the i remainder resold co this corj- ve i 1 234; 6 and over, 27; 5 and under C 23 Fcra-l under 4, 4 to 6; ti-kev utder 12. 12 to 29'i- er-er 18 27 CiaKsey was primarily uiteres.- Live' No. 2 chicieD-broilers! ta brmd msres L" slso tinert. manager of C-oMc-n Vr'est Farms the located Lord 39; C and over, 23; 5 getting nice a yearling 6; Turkey under 12, Z5H; we've here-" 52 to 18, 2SH; over 18, 2.5. feeder steers and heifers sold Calves rernaiiied mostly steady, Duality and con- dition Ecsrdered. Choice steers 37.M to 37.70: choice bei-'ers 33.70 to 34; good cows 25 to 26.00; medium cows 23 to 24.50: cancers and cu'.- ters 19 to 21.60. Good 25.75 (0 27.SO; medium bulls 24 to 2 F. Ideally located in the tentre of a large Cattle feeding ond Hog raising country. The Joy of Christmas May It Jill your heart and brighten, your Ills In tKla blezsed Eeaaon cmd through tie year, CALF SALES FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Wed., Dec. 20th at 1 p.m. 400 HEAD 400 High lighted by 50 KOLSTEIH STEERS 500 to 6OO Ibs. from B, G. Nolan ond Sor.i 100 and STEER CALVES from Neifor Von HOG and DAIRY CATTLE SALE EVERY SATURDAY at 1 p.m. MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY For information and listings contact JIM or JOE JURIS Phone 732-4400 PICTURE BUTTE Auction Marker located 16 miles norlh of Lcthbridge on Highway 25 Jlv 3 lit flats Dec .lay I' Jiv Oct Barley Dec .lay Jiv Oct Rye Dec" May Jlv Ort 3W Honor Pearson OTTAWA ICP) The new affairs depart- ment headquarters here will be named after prime minister Jjjstc-r Pear- s o n Prime Minister ?.ir. Tmdeau said m a nev.s release that the choice Mr. Pearson s "uraque contribution to Can- ada's place in international affairs." Mr, Pearson also is a for- mer minster oi external zi- One of the top yearlings _ls f-jvA steer calves (400 to 450 by Celtic Ash. which won the i pounds) 49 to 52; f450 to 550 Belmont Stakes in Its i polrds) 45 to 48: good heifer dame Ls Golden Harmony, a t0 450 pounds) 40 stakes winner in Europe form-; 2.5. erly owned tr.' the Queen. j Good feeder steers f940 to Mr. Bell, an oilman aid news-1 SCO pounds) 39..V) to 40.40; med- parx-r publisher who died last ium Keers 36 to 33. surimer. ran his horses in Good heifers '725 to 825 flurope arxl North 37.40 to 33.90: America. um heifers 3-3 to 35; good feed- IVvi 1714 A LOT OF NICKEL j Canada prrxiuces 70 per cent of world's nickel requirements. Iflereditn INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phorre 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK 507A 7th STREET SOUTH Greetings at To our friends, c hearty holiday that you may enjoy all the best the season offers. from the manufacturers of i'ne CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME bright ond goily decked Christmas has come. Spend it in [oy and in peace. and the NEW MINISTOGA The Management and Staff McDONELL MANUFACTURING 1502 2nd AVENUE SOUTH Phone 327-7656 K 9 NOTE: Due 1o Christmas Doy falling on Monday, our regular jale will be held Saturday, Dec. 30th at 11 a.m. No Sale New Year's Doy. First Sale in 1973 Monday, Jan. 8, 11 a.m. THURSDAY, JAN. 18-Stock Cow and Bred Heifer Solo PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER Day or Night Auctioneer Solei JOHNNY CHARLTON GARY JENSEN Lie 293 Lei open our hearts lo the inspiring menage oj "Peace on Earth, Good Will lo Men.'' THE STOCKMEN'S MARKET NO HOG SALE TUES., DEC. 26th 300 TO 500 HOGS SELl TUES., at 1 p.m. JANUARY 2nd, 1973 ALSO -DAIRY COWS -BABY CALVES -SHEEP Market Hogs Shipped Daily YEARLING FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 800 HEAD 800 Special 250 ONE-OWNER STOCK COWS LOCH-IOMOND STOCK FARMS SHORTHORN PRODUCTION SALE WED., JAN. 17th at 1 p.m. 42 REGISTERED SHORTHORNS 19 FEMALES I 3 YEAR OLD EULL 13 2 YEAR OLD BUUS 9 YEARLING EUL1S An opportunely lo b-jy top quality bretdi-g cccV fcr commerced pure-bred AUCTION MARKET LTD. located in the Hub of Southern ATbeilo'i Indutiry 3 east of Lethbridge on Highway 3 and mHe toutS BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 323-3951 ;