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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta .The Lolhbridst Hfrolrf. Thursday, March 16, 1975 THE CHINOOK 15 Southern Alberta is responsible for one-fifth of Canada's beet Southern AUxM-ta has gained ttie reputation of becoming Uie cattle butcher for the nation, figures worked up by Mike Har- ris and Bill Hoss of the live- stock division of the Canada de- partment of agriculture at the Calgary office indicate. Just over one-fifth of ttis eat- le slaughtered in Canadian packing plants is carried out in Calgary', Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. To that there are 15 par cent earned out in Red Deer, Grande Prairie and Edmonton plants and the totai percentage is 3614 per cent for Alberta. Alberta exceeded Ontario slaughter of beef for lire first time in Figures show that at mid-October carcasses at federally inspected plants in Alberta slood at 790.0CO, while in Ontario flic total was The reason for this statistical change is that more fecdlols have sprung up in Alberta and more cattle arc being fed here than formerly. There is a greater concen- cattle would have been shipped berla agriculture is thang (ration of in southern cut to Ontario or the United intensive Vxwf procluehon Alberta than northern Alberta. Slates lor finishing. an era of extensive bee! in years past many of Uicso The figures thus show Al- duction. uig to from VLA loans for farmers Loans tinder the Vetcran1 s Land Act lor housing, farm and TABER FROZEN FOODS LTD. Taber Phone 223-2633 Retail and Wholesale Meats Processing (in aluminum foif) end curing CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Tuesday thru Friday Every Week other buildings will cease to bo available after March 31, 1974, according to the VIA admin- istration. Tliey can be used only by veterans who establish eligibil- ity for loans as of Oct. 31, 1963. Interest rates are 3.5 per cent for part of the loan. The interest rate for the re- mainder of the loan is revised every six months. This rate was 7.5 in October, 1971. The duration of the loans is 25 to 30 years. VIA loans arc available up to for any economic family farm tinit. TABER GLASS NOW OPEN We have gfass for every need including automobile glass OUR PANES ARE YOUR PLEASURE" 53JO 49lfi AVE. OWNER MANAGER TERRY ANDERSON PHONE 223-4144 TAD6R, AITA. BEFORE YOU BUY... TR SOMMERFELDT CAR SALES 1972 CHEVELLE 2 dr. H.T., V-8, culo., P.S.. P.B., vinyl lop. Was 4760.0 NOW 1968 PLYMOUTH WAGON V-8, oulo.. P.S., P.B. 1971 CHEYENNE Vi TON V-8. oulo., P.S., P.B., radio. Only Milei 1970 Volkswagen BUS Beaullful Condition 1970 CHEV CUSTOM COUPE V-8, oulo., P.S., P.B., rodic Air Conditioning ?968 Volkswagen FASTBACK Very Clean Unit. 1966 FORD LTD DOOR HARDTOP S'ew Motor, loaded. 1972 G.M.C. Vi TON 300 Miles. Now Over Coil 1970 CONCOURS ESTATE WAGON V-8, oulo., P.S., P.O., Radio. 1967 CHEV TON Just rlghl for crj' WE HAVE OVER 30 CARS and TRUCKS TO CHOOSE FROM vvv COME IN artrf LET'S GET ACQUAINTED 32M3th St. North Phone 328-9444 but our pleasure. GENE MANDIN 'OVERSTOCKED' With B.F. Goodrich Passenger Car, Farm and Truck Tires! Mile Guaranteed Life Saver Radtais. Silvertown Belted CTE'S Silvertown Power Express Truck Tires B. F. GOODRICH SILVERTOWN TRACTOR TIRES ALL SIZES If you can keep Jhis quiet1, you'll get first pick of some fantastic bargains, at Manclin's O.K. Tire Store, Milk River, Alberla. "O ut, MILK RIVER V TIRE STO ALBERTA ;