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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2? THf lETHBRIDGE HERAID Sofurr'ay, February 5, IB1 Oltnii-a weekly livestock report Resource supplier not good enough K'n Cattle of-jiiipoR to 35: Saskatoon !'weok ti'iwllcd choice heifers: Montreal IVM more ihan last j 28.75 to 2D.75; Toronto 34 to 3a; WO head above the Winnipeg 32 to 33; Saskatoon dine a year j 31 30 to 32.50; Edmonton 30 lo n _ r., It tins ,jl: Calgary 31.50 to 32.10. B-'ncuiLnii; cli'parlmenl cows: Montreal 25 t" j ade, Japan rrixirt said here 259 head wore to 20; Winni- exportwl lo the I'.S. this week, i pcs to 24; Saskatoon 22.50 lo (CP) The de- partment of finance and Uie Bank of Canada should get out of Ihe world of 1P44 mid look to the future, former communi- cations minister Eric Kierans said here. By the end of the next dcr- be as nom'ically powerful as the Uni- vu ted Slates'and the European with all hut two going for Edmonton 21 lo 21.50; Economic Market will also mediate slaughter. Calgary 22.25 to 2-1. have a tremendous influence. i Good feeder steers: Toronto 1 ;u to "R; Winnipeg 34 to lit; Saskatoon 33.50 to 38.BO; Ed- monton 33 to 39; Calgary 3-t to Marketings were- up across Canada duruiR the week, main- ly ilue (o improved weather I'-onditions. Prices, as a result, shewed some decrease. ('hdirp steers and heifers were cents to SI lower. Cow prices were up 5d cents in the Kast, but down SI.50 in the West. Feeder steers sold at stew1 prk-es ec jilthoiicli match those of week. Choice steers: to Toronto begins ip trial on Monday did not j to 18- Toronto 33 to ii.i.wi; i MONTREAL (CP1 Jacques previous i 26 to 35; Saskatoon 20; I Rose, 23-year-old mechanic, be- Edmonton 23 to 24.50; Calgary gins his trial Monday on a lo 48- Winnipeg 45 to 53; Sas- katoon 30 to 39; Edmonton -12 to 47. i Good lambs: Montreal 25.50 to 38; Toronto 33 to 35.50; Wm- Mcr.treal 37 !7 to Win- Canada Trust Appointment THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY is pleased to announce thai Morris Pash- kowich has joined their Reai Estate Sales staff. Morris is fully qualified to assist ycu in buying, sel- ling or leasing Real Estate large or small. He would like to invite his many friends, former customers or anyone needing real estate assistance to give him a hogs: Toronto 34.60 to 37.13: Winnipeg 28.95 to 32.10; 211.25 to 31I.E5; Gd- monton 27.M to 29.15; Calgary 23.30 to 29.50. Wall St. Vnon charge of kidnapping Pierre La- porte, former Quebec labor j minister, in October, 1970. Rose, known for violent court- room outbursts, is the younger brother of Paul Rose, who has been convicted and sentenced to "How art thest three major groups going to fit with each other? "Are they going to divide up Hie economic world into spheres of Each of those blocks is cap- able of producing all the tele- vision sets, or cars or steel the whole western world needs, he said, and will leave nothing for Canada. If Canada gets locked into being a supplier of resource and does not develop industry it could have problems that are not even contemplated now. Unemployment could rise to seven or eight per cent in the next few years then lo nine and maybe up to 12 unless an effec- tive industrial base can be formed which is not dependent on tariff protection. Mr. Kierans said he does not plan to seek re-election hut mil keep advocating changes in economic policies. Police building for Pouolvu PON'OKA ecf futures Friday. May lly M.25B. Tbursday'3 volume: Two con- racls. Feedlot Manager WANTED Storting In April, to man- age a new head feedlot end mill at WARNER, ALBERTA Reply in writing, giving experience and references lo: DRI-LAND FEEDERS LTD. P.O. BOX 483 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA AUCTION SALE HOTEL ROYAL 2nd St. and 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, February 7-8-9-10 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Due to downtown redevelopment thij hotel will be demolish- ed. I have been employed to sell by Public Auction the fur- nishings of 104 rooms, plus beverage room equipment, the lobby, office, and reception equipment and furnishings in- cluding all supplies necessary to the operation of a hotel. Beverage room equipment will be sold Feb. 7th. Terms cash or check. Merchandise on view dayi of sale Auctioneer Larry Irvine, Lie. 010-069 Phone 245-2422, 263-4166, Eve. 255-1751 DONATION CHARITY AUCTION WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16th at 7 P.M. ALL DONATIONS Will BE PICKED UP BY PHONING 233-3921 PROCEEDS TO RETARDED CHILDREN PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: Sales Manager JOHNNY CHARITON GARy JENSEN lie. 293 NEXT WEEK AT FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., Feb. 8th at 10.30 a.m. 700-HEAD-700 HIGHUOHTED BY (weather permitting) 50 HEAD BRED HEREFORD COWS from Cliff Schoffer, Creston, B.C. 60 Bred Hereford Heifen from Dcrochio Broi., Claresholm I AUCTION MARKETw I IMERNA1IONAL iALES MANAGEMENt 1 llur Wicitdi- n it nit turn THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET BUY TOP QUALITY HOGS from leading 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 AUSTIN FEEDLOT LTD. DISPERSION WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9th at 1 p.m. HAMPSHIRE YORK tANDRACE CROSS 90 SOWS AND GILTS 250 WEANERS AND LIGHT FEEDERS 3 HAMPSHIRE BOARS TOP QUALITY CALVES FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 500 TO 1000 HEAD SPECIAL 75 ONE OWNER HO1.STE1N FEEDER STEERS 300 STEER AND HEIFER CALVES AUCTION MARKET LTD. local.d In Th. Hub Ol Southern Albcrtn'i UvMlock Indutlrv 3 Eail of lolhbriclrio on Hiehway 3 South BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 328-3951 ;