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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March 16, 1974 Ranchers wonder why lower beef prices not reflected in stores VANCOUVER (CP) Canadian consumers have been paying too much for beef and retail prices have failed to reflect the much lower prices paid to producers, the president of the Canadian Cattlemen's Association says. Gordon Parke of Cache Creek, B.C., said the member organization has complained to the federal ALWIN GALTS FARM SALE 12 miles east of Coutts on the Aden turn off road. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED FRIDAY, March Sale Time p.m. TRACTOR: 806 cab, dual hyd. 4200 hr., good rubber, excellent condition. HARVESTING: Massey Harris 92 combine 14 ft. cab, chopper and pickup, rebuilt motor, 'A' condition; 103 S.P. swather 15 ft.; Mayrath auger 6 ins. B.S. motor; straw chopper, tail auger seeding and tillage; 150 12 ft hoe drill 10" spacing; 14 ft cultivator with Noble dead rod; 22 H Plow 12 ft.; 15 ft. Diamond harrows with drawbar; 1 Edwards rod weeder attachment 14 ft; 12 ft. rod weeder, drill filler 12 volt. TRUCKS: 1953 3Vz ton truck box and hoist; 2 speed axle 2000 mile on rebuilt motor; 1 Chev. 1939 ton truck with unloading auger. MISCELLANEOUS: gal. fuel tanks with stands 45 gal. barrels; cylinders; vise; compressor; amp Lincoln welder, 1 year old; gal. pressure tank; Ib tractor wheel weight; bar for ton truck; pickup guards; boomers; x 16' trap; antique tools; assortment of old wrenches; vise; chain wrench; drill; forge; Ib. anvil; jack; plainer; ladel. SHOP TOOLS: Log chains, boxes of nuts and bolts; V belts; ton jack; pump; gun filler; umbrella; saws; picks. HOUSEHOLD: mower; wringer washer; cubic ft. fridge; McLary stove propane; electric sewing machine; lamps. Owner: Alwin Gilts Phone 647-3960 AUCTIONEERS NOTE: I am plMMd to given the opportunity to conduct this sale for Mr. Galls. Since I have thorough know- ledge of this machinery I would urge anyone needing farm machinery to attend this tale. All machinery has been kept in A1 condition. AUCTIONEER BOB LAACKMANN, MILK RIVER Lie. 010457 Phone 647-2141 government and to the food prices review board. "We don't know what the government will do but Beryl Plumptre (head of the review board) promised us earlier this week there would be an he said. He said association representatives talked with Finance Minister John Turner and Otto Lang, minister in charge of the wheat board, and both realize the cattle industry has some real problems. Mr Parke said the ranching and feed lot industry "is in real trouble. Our prices have been in a bad slump for the last six months." "What we can't understand is why these prices haven't been reflected at the consumer end." The B C rancher said the unsettled market stems from political interference in Canada and the United States, the high cost of feed and U.S. beef imported into Canada. The U.S. price freeze started the problem a year ago and was compounded by an inadequate Canadian surtax on beef. "Our feedlot men are losing between and a head and if this continues many will go out of business. If this hap- pens the market will be further upset and consumers as well as ranchers will further suffer. He said the U.S.-Canada trade agreement further complicates the situation. "Last year, for example, there were head of U.S. slaughter steers brought into Canada at prices below our knocked the hell out of our market but did nothing to theirs. That amount of cattle amounts to only a two-day kill in the U.S." Mr ParKe said the associ- ation has recommended to the federal government that the duty on imported cattle be in- creased on U.S. animals after head are imported in a year. Bruce Whyte, general man- ager of the B.C. Livestock Producers Co-operative Association, said since August the rancher has received at least less for his steers but the increase has not been reflected on the rail market. For example, he said, the producer market at St. Paul, Minn., was a hundredweight Thursday, almost the same as at Calgary. Yet roasts were 79 cents a pound to hamburger was 89 cents a pound to a dollar and T-bone and sirloin steaks were from to in the American city compared with roasts from a pound, hamburger from a pound to and T-bone and sirloin from to in B.C. stores, he said. Hussein urges Israel to accept peace offer By BERNARD GWERTZMAN New York Times Service WASHINGTON King Hussein of Jordan said Thursday that the chances for a lasting peace in the Middle East has risen considerably in ONE DAY ONLY! Monday, March 18th FABRIC SALE FABRICS Door Buster Special COTTONS and JERSEYS Mlii nbriu Orif YARD Limited Quantities Zellers County Fair Located in ZvDtrt Shopping Centra on Mayor Mcgrath Drily 930 am to p.m., ThwMtay end Friday a.m. lo 940 pm Tctophom recent months, and he called upon Israel to accept his offer to begin negotiations with Jordan through the United States. In an interview with the New York Times, the Jordanian ruler said, "I believe there could be a real peace in the and "no country in the area can afford to sit and wait." The latter reference was to Israel's reluctance to enter into talks with Jordan now on withdrawal of Israeli forced from the west bank of the Jordan River. The Israelis are concentrating instead on the disengagment talks about to begin with Syria in Washington. Hussein, when asked to comment on the Israeli desire to deal with Jordan as the last of the three Arab states whose territory she seized in 1967, said that "Jordan has done all it could for the establishment of a durable and should not be placed at a disadvantage because of this moderation. This view is charted by many American officials who have urged Israel to take a more forthcoming attitude toward talks with Jordan. The Jordanian monarch, making his annual trip to the United States, also stressed the Jordanian need to modernize its armed forces "to keep up with developments in the area." He said that he was referring not only to Israel's military capability but to that of Jordan's Arab neighbors, Syria and Iraq as well. Some American officials have said that Jordan was amazed during the war at the high-level of sophisticated equipment given by the Soviet Union to Syria. Syria and Jordan have long been at odds, although during last October's war, Jordan's highly rated 40th Armored Brigade fought on the Syria front against Israel. In talks with President Nixon. Kissinger and Defense Secretary James R. Schlesinger this week, the king has reportedly asked the' United States for help in modernizing his forces. Roof fell on nearly empty store EDMONTON (CP) A department manager suffered a bruised shoulder when a section of roof collapsed at a suburban department store Thursday night. Qlc Jensen, 26, was struck by debris when a 400-square- foot section of snow-laden roof at the Woolco store in the Capilano Mall collapsed into the pharmacy department 10 minutes before closing time. Mr. Jensen said the department was empty at the time "thank God it didn't happen when the store was more crowded." CENTRE VILLAGE IGA MARTENS IGA COALDALE VALUES EFFECTIVE MONDAY AND TUESDAY March 18th and 19th We reserve the right to limit quantities. Shop IGA Every Week For Many More Food Values! FREE DELIVERY HASH BROWNS Snocap Frozen 2lb. pkg. for SOUP Aylmer Cream of Chicken or VegMiblaBeef.10il.oz.lins CATELLI DINNERS ST.5l89< SPONGE PUDDINGS ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 20 b. VEGETABLE OIL VL 128fl.oz.jni 2 POPPING CORN Fresh from our In-Store Bakery Centre Village Mall IGA Phone 327-0353 SOFT DINNER ROLLS 3i99< GARLIC SAUSAGE Vans Coil SIDE BACON COOKING ONIONS a. 3-69 RED DELICIOUS OR SPARTAN APPLES B.C. Grown FMCf ;