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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. May 15. 1973 THE IETHHIDGE HERALD 19 Farm cash Continued from Page 13 ing cheap food when the farm- er was doing without. They say the world is getting smaller. And with the tremen- dous improvements in trans- portation systems, Canada's farmers are now producing for a world market. This means thousands of new buyers of farm products are waiting in the wings with money to spend on food. And this may be the crux of the food situation m Canada and throughout the world. As the demand for good quality food increases, the paying price will also go up and if Cana- dians want to continue eating the best food in the world, they viU have to pay for it. Some say the government should step in and make the producers give the local inhabi- tants a break. But how many of them would take a cut in pay? And that is what a cut in the return for product means to the farmer a cut in pay. Canadians are going to have to quit getting alarmed when the cost of living index goes up and rising food prices are blamed. I'll never forget the food cost squeeze which slackened one day at home when dad brought home a quart of fresh cream Mom made strawberry short- cake and Jock, that canine companion of this reporter for more than 15 years, was invited to taste the delicacy. Then a few days later, the same strawberry shortcake was served with fluffy topping Again Jock was tempted with a morsal by dad but this time he refused. The dessert suddenly lost its appeal for dad as he realized mom had him with fake topping. Prescription Continued from Page 8 The presdption for com- munity health will include a measure of incentive funds from programs like the pro- vincial AJberta Company and the federal de- partment of Regional econo- mic expansion. But even more important, says the planners, will be the willingness of local citizens and businessmen to provide the kind of community that will attract new citizens Without rural centres weljf stocked with goods and ser- T.ICCS, the population tiend will be a one-way flow to the big cities where jobs, shop- ping and leisure facilities exist in relative abundance The limits to growth in Cal- gary and Edmonton may one day be the exhorbitant costs of expressways, welfare, crime amd other urban blight, suggests Mr. Kovacs. But in the meantime, there is no end in sight to the econo- mic boom in Calgary and Ed- monton. NEW ROSE A new rose, Flamingo Queen will help Canadian nurserymen celebrate their 50th anniversary in 1973 Developed by Dr. Allan P Chan, director of the Agricul- ture Canada Plant Research In- stitute in Ottawa, the new rose is a pink grandiflcra. Jt will be one of six items featured in the special Gardens Canada collec- tion which will be on display across Canada this spring and fall. "BETTER LATE THAN NEVER" OUR SPRING SPECIALS START TODAY. Look For a Bonanza of Accessory Specials to Suit Your Photographic Needs LOOK AT THIS EXAMPLE: FOR THE NEXT 2 WEEKS WE OFFER YOU ANY Tamron Custom Mount TO FIT YOUR REFLEX CAMERA at OFF AND THE CUSTOM MOUNT at NO CHARGE We con custom mount to: Nikon, Pentax, Miranda, Canon, Konica, Minolta, and many others Tested and found to be excellent by John Barras Walker of the Canadian Photography Industry. -ALSO-- CHECK YOUR NEEDS FOR TRIPODS, GADGET BAGS, ETC. AND THEN SEE US FOR EXCELLENT PRICE SAVINGS aki (OPPOSITE THE ELKS CLUB) 1224 3rd AVE. S. Phone 327-2673 or 327-2565 SAVE DURING DUNLOP'S QUOTA SALE Spring has come to our dealership, so why don't you. We have hundreds of excellent buys as our spring sales quotas dictate that we accept every and any reasonable offer. Come in! Com- pare! Yoult save more, hundreds more this week at Durtlop Ford! STOCK NO 521 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON DEMO with wood panel sides, 2000 cc engine, auto trans., radio, roof rack Approx. 2000 miles. Brit red. NOW ONLY OVER 50 A-l USED CARS ON SALE! 1970 CHEVEUE SS 896 convertible. Automatic transmission, PS, PB, radio. JUST IN NEW PAINT 1969 CAMARO SS9 Ll-350 motor 8 cylinder, automatic trans- mission, PS, PB. JUST IN SEE THIS ONE NOW! 1968 PONTIAC WGN, Marin aqua, V8, automatic transmission, radio, PS, PB. Hurry on this wagon for the holidays. SI 895 SALES HOURS: Wide Open Daily Cam 1966 DODGE Beige V8, automatic transmission, radio, Just in time for summer fun. S1395 1971 FORD CUSTOM 500. 4-door, V8, automatic, PS, PB, radio. Blue in color. An ideal family car. _______S2595_______ 1973 MAZDA Rotary engine RX3, grabber lime in color. 3500 miles approx. S3195 to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath Dr. at 16th Avenue S. Dial 328-8861 ;