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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba times Manitobas realized net farm income is predicted to rise by nearly 20 per cent this year over but that doesnt mean fanners are making a lot of Bob a market analyst with Manitoba says the provinces realized net farm income which takes into account depreciation is projected to be a record million in Yet many farmers will do well economically just to survive the next 12 This anomaly is caused by the fact that the million projected by Statistics Canada in doesnt account for If this years farm income prediction were given in constant it would show that producers are expected to make only about half as much money in 1986 as they earned in You cant interpret that 20 per cent increase in realized net farm income as one might interpret a 20 per cent increase in said The increase in agricultural cash receipts and realized net income has to be balanced by the fact that in many cases youre showing large increases relative to extremely poor positions held in previous Last year was not one of the better in terms of for Mantitoba This year will be moderately better because of the large grain crop harvested last lower farm expenses and a surprising surge in hog said There are clearly fanners out there with little or no debt who are doing reasonably well and should have no problems of surviving economically well into the he at there are farmers who will be doing darn well if they CANADA Opens Thursday The new Hair Force building located on the Front Street is now ready for use and owner Tammie Sigurdson will be operating out of it starting this An official opening is planned for a later Executive Director appointed The Board of Directors of the Tiger Hills Arts Association has announced the effective September of Karen Oliver to the position of Executive Oliver is a native of the having been born and rasied in the She brings with her to the considerable experience in the arts and arts having served for the past three years as Assistant Administrator and Administrator of the Tiger Hills Arts In an Oliver expressed her interest in increasing public awareness of the Association and its work and in furthering involvement of youth in its The position of Executive Director was vacated recently by the resignation of Beverly who will be assuming fulltime responsibilities with the Manitoba Association of Community Arts Councils in Winnipeg in In Manitobas expected 20 per cent improvement in realized net farm income ranks second only to Ontarios per Statistics Canada predicts Albertas will rise by per while Saskatchewans will Canadian realized net farm income is projected to increase by per cent this Farm expenses in Manitoba are predicted to drop because of reduced fuel and feed lower interest rates and lower fertilizer The farm income outlook for 1987 isnt Ward While Manitoba farmers are expected to harvest another large crop this grain prices are down and could drop At realized net farm income in 1987 will remain the same as this said It could very likely go New signs New Stop for School Bus signs will be posted throughout the Highways and transportation Minister John Plohman has announc The redesigned featuring a white legend on a blue cautions motorists to Stop for School Bus When and displays children exiting a school I am hopeful this new which serves to advise as well as to educate will enhance safety for school said the The new sign is more visible and provides a greater impact than the black and white previously Use of the signs will be they were installed only in locations where there was high incidence of motorists passing stopped school The signs will be posted on major provincial routes exiting centres with morethan people and on busy provincial trunk highways entering They will also be posted in areas where more than seven per cent of total traffic violate the Stop for School Bus Increased usage will reinforce the requirements of the Stop for School Bus which is uniform across North said Thirty signs will be installed before the school year and 31 will be installed next e o Q 00 rj The Weather August 25 to 1 High 3C 38F Rain mm inch For the month of August the high was 35C 95F on the 19th and the low was 3C 38F on the 27th and We had 31 mm L22 inches of the Free Trade talks between Canada and the havent caused Canadians to Actually our camera just happened to catch this missilelike load passing by the In it was just a load of scrap iron from the
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