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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dairyman defends bid for price rise EDMONTON (CP) Unless Alberta milk producers receive an increase in the price paid for their milk, many of them may abandon dairying for other types of farming, Terry Bocock, Alberta Milk Producers Association president, said Friday. Mr. Bobcock was commenting in an interview on the- association's application to the Public Utilities Board for permission to raise the minimum price paid to producers for fluid milk The dairymen have not revealed the amount of the increase being sought. The Suspect found CALGARY (CP) A 22 year old woman is in Calgary hospital under police guard facing charges in connection with the slaying of her two children. Isabelle Wuttunee, a diabetic, was found weak but conscious in a car parked in a lane in northeast Calgary ending a two-day search. application will be heard at a utilities board meeting March 'The producers now receive 18.80 for each 100 pounds of No. 1 fluid milk, a price let by the board Sept. 10. The previous price of U-85 was set one year ago. Last August, the association told the board that dairymen need for top quality fluid milk to return a profit of "Since that time we had seen a further feed and supplement cost increase, Mr. Bobcock said. He said last August hay sold at a ton compared with today's price of between and Feed grain prices now are 4.8 cents a pound compared with three cents last fall. "This is not a matter of trying to gouge the said' Mr. Bobcock who operates a dairy farm a few miles northeast of Edmonton. "If the increase does not come, other types of farming are going to look awfully tantalizing to the dairymen. Bruce Massie, .the association's lawyer, said the dairymen hoped any increase would not affect prices at the retail level. GENERAL FARM Presents The) Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H LPre Lethbridge...... 42 .83 Medicine Hat 40 23 .03 Pincher Creek... 40 23 .06 Grande Prairie... 7 -4 Banff........... 36 26 .09 Calgary......... 33 24 .09 Penticton....... 43 33 .03 Prince George 34 26 Kamloops...... 42 32 Vancouver...... 47 34 .08 Saskatoon........8 -6 .12 Regina.........19 -1 .22 Winnipeg....... 18 12 .56 Toronto......... 39 27 27 .02 Montreal 33 27 .08 Minneapolis..... 39 33 Chicago 49 36 Boston 48 35 York 50 36 Washington..... 49 36 Miami.......... 76 71 San Diego.....69 56 San Francisco 50 46 Phoenix 67 40 Las Vegas...... 53 31 Denver 51 22 Rome.......... 59 37 Paris........... 48 37 London......... 48 41 Berlin 45 36 Amsterdam..... 48 39 FORECAST Lethbridge Today mainly cloudy. A few snowflurries. Highs 30 to 35. Sunday sunny periods, lows near. 25. Highs near 35. Calgary Medicine Hat Today cloudy. Occasional light snowflurries. Highs 25 to 30. Sunday sunny periods. Lows 15 to 20. Highs 25 to 30. Columbia Kootenay Cloudy today. Cloudy Sunday with a few snowflurries most- ly along continental divide. Highs both days near 35, lows tonight 25. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered snows and colder today. Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday with snow showers In the mountains. Temperatures remaining in the low 20s northeast and treme east today highs .elsewhere 25 to 35. Lows tonight 15 to 25 west and south 5 to 15 northeast. Highs Sun- day 20s northeast 30s west and south. West of Continental Divide Scattered snow showers to- day and Sunday. Highs 30s. Lows tonight 15 to 25. Monarch Pumps and Water Systems WATER SYSTEMS, Shallow or Deep Well PUMPS: Submersible, Sump, High Preeeure, Contraetort, Irrigation or Hand General Farm Supplies Coutts Highway-Box 1202-Phone 328-1141 AMA road report as of 8 a.m. Jan. 26. Highway 3, east, Lethbridge to Medicine Hat and Highway 3, west, Lethbridge to the B.C. boun- dary have light snow coverings with slippery sec- tions. Highway 4, Lethbridge to Coutts generally good with light snow and slippery patches. Highway 5, Lethbridge to Waterton and Cardston is generally good with light snow. Highway 6, Pincher Creek to Waterton is snow covered with icy-sections throughout. Highway 2, to Calgary and Ed- monton is snow-covered throughout and slippery. Calgary to Edmonton is par- tially snow-covered with very slippery sections Highway 2, south to Carway is snow covered and slippery. Highway 23, via Vulcan and High River has a moderate covering of loose snow and some slippery sections. Highway 36, to Taber and Brooks has light snow cover- ing with some icy patches. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, east, to Swift Current is snow covered and very slippery. Ploughing and sanding are in progress. Highway 1, west of Calgary to Banff has three inches of new snow with poor visibility and is very slippery. Banff to Golden is closed at Field because of snow slides. Golden to Revelstoke has slippery sections and motorists are reminded to watch for black ice. Banff Radium Highway has two inches of new snow and is slippery. Ploughing and sanding are in progress in slippery areas. Banff Jasper Highway is closed at the Saskatchewan River crossing due to snow slides. of entry: Times in Mountain Standard Time (Alber- opening and ckwng times: Carway 8 a.m. to S p.m.; Chief Mountain closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonitt 8 a.m. to S p.m.; Kmgsgate open 24 hours; Pcrthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.; WiMHone7a.m. to4p.m.; RooMvnie7am. tonp.m. Logan Pass. (Caaaaa CMMSM hears muni eae heir earlier Jaa. wkea Meaiaaa weat ea eayllfJft tine.) Serial No. M, 1174 TIM LMTHMM0M Goes on Baldwin Piano w errante and Teicher Visit Piano Factory I visit to the Baldwin piano factory to see the Millionth Piano. In honor oftheir has also issued a special souvenir album, "One Million and Two. and of their own million sellers. This album contains ten Ferrante and Teicher a all-time top hits. Oscar Peterson, Liberace, Burt Bacharach, Erroll Garner, and of course, Ferrante and Teicher. SPECIALS ON ALL BALDWIN PIANOS Savings Up To Celebrating the piano made. ALSO ON SUNDAY VIEWING can be arranged by phoning 327-0115 BALDWIN ORGANS or 327-5166 We Service All Baldwin Pianos and Organs Purchased SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 2 BERTI SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2446 S. Parkside Drive Phone 327-0115 ;