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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Beef cattle industry said being destroyed TORONTO (CP) Agriculture Minister William Stewart charged Friday that federal import policies are destroying the Canadian beef cattle industry to the benefit of United States producers. Mr. Stewart, in a long, sharp exchange in the legislature with opposition members, said more than 50 per cent of all cattle killed in Canada is from the US. In Ontario, 86 per cent of the beef used, or killed or sold over the counter, was U.S. beef This was "a positively atrocious situation which can be laid at the doorstep of the federal government and no one else." ATTACKS OTTAWA He attacked Ottawa's reluc- tance to impose an import sur- charge on beef and live beef cattle to protect Canadian producers. It has meant a loss of 20 cents a pound for Canadian cattlemen and has left "feed lots empty from one end of this country to the he said. Mr. Stewart added that he CURRIE'S FINE FOODS EATS Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK a.m. to p.m. i5l69thAve. s. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS JOHN TOFIN Auction Sale Located 4 Miles South of BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA LUNCH SERVED SAYURDAY, NOV. 3 a.m. Sharp Having received instructions from Mr. Totln who told farm we will atVublic Auction the following model R-170 truck (3 ton) grain box and hoist, stock racks; Ford F 100 ton truck; Jeep, in running order; Chev. ton, auto, trans., V8, radio, deluxe cab, also camper unit to fit Chev. and GMC V6 tons. STORAGE gallon fuel tank; gallon 2 compartment fuel tank; gallon portable fuel tank. HAY AND 25 tons of choice 1 st cutting alfalfa hay; Approx. 25 tons of choice 2nd cutting alfalfa hay; Approx. 25 bushels of certified Betzies Barley seed, cleaned and treated; Approx. 20 bushels of certified Redwood Flax seed, cleaned and treated. LIVESTOCK stock squeeze; model 150 cattle oiler, large cattle feeding bunks; in stock rack for V4 ton trucks; loading chute; Master battery electric fencer; weed chopper electric fencer; quantity of new and used fence posts, plus many other items including troughs, waterers, vet. supplies, etc. MOTOR 125 Twin Motor Bike with helmet (excellent HAYING Holland model 273 baler (like new, has been used only one 3 point side delivery rake; Deere No. 9, 7 foot 3 point mower; sweep, adaptable for most front end loaders; foot bale elevator on transport. FARM Harris SO Special S.P. combine with 10 foot_McCo.y Renn Pickup; 1 Versatile model 103 S.P. swathef, foot; Mc- Cormick 14 foot press drill model 100; 14 foot fertilizer attachment; model 470 tandem disc. 20 inch discs Cormick No. 50 chisel plow, 17 foot; rod weeder attachment; Harris 15 foot tiller with seeder box; foot Noble packers; 15 foot rotary harrow; Ferguson rod weeders; bar for duplex equipment; 1 McCorrr'ik 24 foot rod weeder; Blades, model .v-2, with duplex hitch, marker, and hydrau- lic cylinders, (a 14 foot 15 foot spring tooth harrow; M. 10 foot oneway with 24 inch pans; Harris 14 inch 3 bottom plow; of diamond harrows; harrows; flex harrows with draw bar; land sprayer; 36 foot grain loader with new electric start motor; 25 foot grain loader with gas engine; deck wagons; roto tiller; powered lawn mowers. Chalmers D-17 gas tractor; 3 point hitch, live P.T.O. (used only 1570 hours) complete with Allis Chalmers model 417 Front End loader; bucket and dozer blade. This tractor is a premium unit and should be seen to be fully ap- preciated; Ferguson 95 Super Diesel tractor with cab. Live P.T.O. Good condi- tion and read to go to work; Moline model U gas trac if, with hydraulics, P.T.O. and belt d model 8N tractor, three point hitch and P.T.r and utility terrace blade. SPRINKLER mile Ireco wheel move sprinkler units. 7 foot wheels, self leveling risers, hydraulic movers. (These units are assembled and located in the field adjacent to the sale site where they may easily be inspected and 301 International Power Unit, with natural gas carb. and Monarch model 205GP type B pump; foot lengths of 6 inch main line pipe pipe with screen and flex line. Also 2 pipe, Y pipe and various plugs and valves; pipe wagon; lengths of 4 inch wheel move sprinkler pipe complete with wheels. SHOP TOOLS AND Comet air amp Lincoln electric welder; anvil; grinder; inch electric drill; inch electric drill; Battery charger, chain hoist, 3 h.p. motor, several hyd. rams, pump jack, grease guns, chains, wrench sets, shovels and many other items. Helley gas range; West- inghouse refrigerator; chrome kitchen suite; bedroom suite; Westfilia electric cream separator; plus many misc. furniture including beds, dressers, chairs, dishes, etc. The deecrlptlon M to the condition or otnefwloe eet forth on each Item merely guide and It In no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or Implied. Neither the auctioneer nor the owner are pomlDle for any In deacripnon or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, Lethbridge Office Phone 328-3951 Company LIctnM 071465 JM PERLICH Lie. 010293 BOB BALM Lie 067454 Mftftnr ED TOWER LIC 012467 Tony Pulled Lie. 010292 supports the Canadian Cattlemen's Association call tor a surcharge of three cents a pound on live cattle and six cents on dressed beef. This would give interim protection to the Canadian market, reeling under falling prices caused by the glut of cattle in the U.S. Farmers there withheld cat- tle from market during Presi- dent Richard Nixon's price ceiling, but flooded it when the ceiling was lifted Sept. 12. Later, in an interview, Mr. Stewart said supermarkets are profiting from the slump in Canadian beef prices. Prices paid for top slaughter steers have dropped at least 15 cents r. pound in the last mont' but nothing approaching Inat saving has been passed on to the con- sumer, he said "Supermarkets are gaining the benefit of this drop in prices to a very marked degree Latta suit 1 -i I temporarily withdrawn EDMONTON (CP) Lawyers for Keith Latta have withdrawn a suit which claim- ed London Life Insurance Co. failed to pay him as beneficiary in the death of city travel agent Bob Neville. Latta now is serving a life term for the non-capital murder of Mr. Neville in 1971. A spokesman for Macdonald and Sullivan, Calgary lawyers representing Latta, said the statement of claim had been withdrawn for revisions. The spokesman said the revised statement would be filed with the Supreme Court in Calgary within a month. He did not elaborate on the revisions and said the action had been temporarily suspended "for tactical reasons." Latta, serving his sentence at William Head Minimum Security Prison on Vancouver Island, was a law professor at Queen's university in Kingston before his convic- tion. He had been a business partner of Mr Neville in a local travel agency. Freighter posts bond of VANCOUVER (CP) The German freighter Westfalia. charged in connection with a 30 ton bunker oil spill in the Vancouver Harbor Wednesday, has posted a 000 bond and will leave later today for Portland. Ore. Ministry of Transport of- ficials said Friday the oil splattered decks of the freighter have been cleaned and there is no danger of further pollution of the water. Scattered clean up operations continued around Stanley Park shorelines Friday. Environment service spokesman said they felt the danger was past. Chris Hatfield. British Columbia co ordinator of the Environmental Protection Service (EPS) said officials are still investigating the possibility that chemical disp- dispersants were used illegal- ly to break up the oil. He said a decision on further charges against the ship and the com- pany employed to assist in the cleanup might be laid Oldest vet dies at 102 TORONTO (CP) A funeral service will be held Saturday for John Edwin San- ford, believed Canada's oldest war veteran, who died Wednesday at 102. A grocer in England, he came to Canada in 1913. Of- ficially, he was too old for ser- vice in the First World War, but managed to enlist in the infantry and was wounded in France. Returning to Canada, he operated a grocery store in Toronto from 1925 to 1945. His collection of wood ferns of Britain and Canada, gathered over many years, was presented in book form to the Universitv of Waterloo. TEA URNED LONDON (CP) Labor Party headquarter? agreed a pay raise for staf plus a free cup of tea or coffee twice a day. Since ttv agreement is backdated to May 1, that means 252 free cups for each person. They now are busy working up a thirst. Soviet-made weapons captured TEL AVIV (Reuter) Israel has captured intact Soviet-made SAM-6 missile batteries from Egyptian forces on the Suez canal, usually reliable sources said today. The sources said the mobile anti-aircraft batteries, mounted on half-tracks, are among the most sophisticated weapons in the Soviet arsenal. They were captured together wih their radar and control systems. Israel's air force had diffi- culty in meeting their barrages on the first days of the latest war, because of their ability to strike at low- flying planes Their missiles, believed to be the main defence system around Moscow itself, probably are the most impor- tant war booty taken by Israel during the 17-day war. Saturday, October LETHBRIDGE HERALD-11 Alberta told to 'cool it' TORONTO (CP) Energy Minister Darcy McKeough has told the Alberta govern- ment to "cool in the con- stitutional squabble over energy supplies. Ontario has been threaten- ing to contest in the courts Al- berta's moves to control the supply and pricing of energy resources. But Mr. McKeough told the annual dinner of the Institute of Chartered Accountants on Friday: "I have today advised my counterpart in the govern- ment of Alberta that, although I felt the issue must at some time be resolved, surely we could do that other than through the courts...." He said his move followed long discussions with Ontario Premier William Davis and a phone call Thursday night from "an individual whose views I respect, but had not solicited." He did not name the person. Despite Mr. McKeough's previous criticisms of what he has said is the lack of a national energy policy, he acknowledged that federal Energy Minister Donald Mac- donald has "a wide framework to cover and a very complex set of game rules." He said he will "back him up wherever I and added: "today's respon- sibilities of our federal government in this rugged (energy) game are mind- boggling." However, the minister re- peated his call for a national energy policy. "In the matter of domestic energy supply from domestic sources, we are in need of a national and not simply federal resolve. I say again that these terms are sometimes indistinguishable one from the other in Ot- he said. "There is a great difference, however, and I can only have confidence that Mr. Macdonald and his colleagues might recognize that there is a great difference in meaning between a federal and a national solution to any problem." But any unilateral decision imposed on the provinces by Ottawa "is not going to meet the needs of the energy situa- tion he said. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE: 328-7684 DUNLOP FORD'S Exhibition Pavilion November 6th to 10th Canadian Arthritic and Rheumatism Association MEMBER AGENCY OF THE UNITED WAY GIVE The United Way Thanks to you -it's working OPEMIN6THEWIKJPOW Don't you worry, Mrs. Dooley. We'll look after everything, from speedy Carlite glass replacement to breaking the news to your insurance agent. Trans Canada Glass an Cariite Lethbridge Glass Co. 1267 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge 3532 DOWNTOWN EVERY WEEK! ENTER OFTENI 10 BIG WEEKS! AH Entries are eligible for the Grand Prize Draw Dec. 22nd on Television! DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE MERCHANTS' SHOPPERS' OVER IN PRIZES! GRAND PRIZE! To Beautiful IN SPENDING MONEY Trip may be arranged to suit your convenience! ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS! ;