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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PLANNiNG A TRIP? For All Travel Arrangements, Accomodationi and Passports CONTACT ART WfLLfAMS TRAVEL Centre Village - Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 TheletKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, March 5, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 26 It's a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE J (Special Prices on Bullc Orders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph, 328-7751 Dairymen gearing to world market By STEVE BAREHAM Herald Agriculture Writer Alberta dairymen may soon adopt a system of m'^ket share quotas - the first time in history that farmers have geared production in relation to a total world market. Bill Woolfrey, president of the Dairy Farmers of Canada said the system will likely be introduced to dairymem within the next few months in the form of a government plebi-cite. Speaking Thursday at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge Milk Producers' Association, Mr. Woolfrey said the plan is President stresses promotion Dairymen have been sititng back too long and counting on people buying dairy products just because they are nature's food, says Louis Pavan, president of the Lethbridge Milk Pi'oducers' Association. At the association's annual meeting in Lethbridge, Mr. Pavan said the promotion of dairy products is a necessity if the industry is to survive. The expenses of promo-tisn will have to be bonne by the primary producer, he said. The annual report showed that in 1970, tliere were 29,873,-000 pounds of milk shipped into Lethbridge processing plants from 39 contracted producers. This was an increase of 1.8 per cent over 1969. Total receipts to producers from the milk was $1,594,417. The total Canadian cash receipts gained from the dairy industry during 1970 was in excess of $1 billion or more than one quarter of the total Canadian agriculture cash receipts. Other business at the meeting included the election of board members whose terms had expired. Re-elected were Bill Nicol and Cornelius Vant Land for Purity Dairy Coop Ltd., and Harold Osmond for Union Milk Division of SilveiTvood Dairies Ltd. Les Androkovitch was the new board member elected for Sil-verwood, replacing Stan Tiffin. Executive elections will be held at the next general board meeting. NEW 1600 V.W. ONLY S62 PER MONTH 1966 Beaumont Convertible, V8 motor. Automatic. ONLY $1495 1969 Mazda STATION WAGON LillA LYONS TENDER TOOTSIES In two (one beige and brown, white, mauve and navy. ONLY ...... HAPPY HOPPERS By tyons in soft buck, &C at only .......... WILD WOOLLEYS Many new styles and colors in leathers and wet looks. BOOT STYLE FRINGE MOC With crepe sole in dark brown, from . HANDBAGS We have the now suede colors to match your leather coat. Also wet looks and leathers. CHILDREN'S SHOES by SAVAGE and CLASSMATES -New misses' styles - python under glass, new wet look buckles and slip ons, new "Koolies" in white or navy. Sizes 8V2 to A. -New boys' sabot straps by Savoge in sizes 8 to A. -Boys' Classmates slip ons in sizes 3 to 7. Just like big -.''r*"lihoolh.,,. b, OPtN FRI. 'riL 9 P.�. $9 Savage for 10 to boys sizes 'S SHOES ;