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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, May 16, 1973 THE LETHB.'IDGE HfRAlD 21 Grain prices are low Canadian gram farmers have for years been faced with com- peting in world markets with grain producers who receive substantial government price subsidies. The following prices Indicate various prices received by wheat fanners around the world. At July 31, 1070, Cana- dian farmers received a bushel, Austria J2.5D, Bulgaria Slates ?1.U9, Japan ?'1.2G and Australia Barley prices In Austria are a bushel, Britain France and Germany Saskatchewan Wheat Pool says it appears that Canadian f a r m c i 5 are being short changed because their prices are almost the lowest in the world. "Low prices are the main reason for low farm in- come and this is why Saskatch- ewan Wheat Pool and other farm organizations are press- ing for programs to improve net farm income." FLOOR FASHIONS 402 5th St. S. Phone 318-7503 PRESIDENT....... 14.00 Scl- Yd- DENSE LUSH VELVET PLU5H-IN5T. COLONY PARK 12.50 Yd- HI-LO SCULPTURE 100% ACKILAN-INST. HI-JINKS......... 10.50 Sq. Yd. LOW LEVEL LOOP PRINTED-INST. KITCHEN KARPET MAGIC SPLENDOUR 10.95 S J-TONE NYtON C.M.H.C. SHAG-INST. Yd. OWNER MANAGER JIM PIQUETTE We Perionolize your floors, wilhin the budget you determine, in o manner that will reflect the reol you. Coll 320-7503 colled for frc-c show, ing in the comForl of your own home with NO OBtlGATION TO BUY I ntr oducing the world's .moat I1 ront-yvheel drive Station Wagon. That's quite a claim, but here are 8 reasons that prove it. (1) The front wheel drive Renaull 17 SlaKon Wagon rs made by the world's largest maker of fron-l-wheel drive aula- mobiles, namely Renaull. (2) It has largest flat-floor cargo area in its class (5'''2 feet) and can carry up 52 cubic af whai have you. (3) Unique aulo- carwiy stability. (4) Safety-minded brake pressure eqvjoliser. (5) A peppy 1600 cc. frrvgine. (6) Sleek, good looks. (7) A low price. And the good Renaull nome behind it. Oh yes, ihere is o ninih reason. The unique Rencult 12 Sin t ion Wagon is comfort from the word 'go'! MIDWEST FARM SUPPLY 5217 50TH AVE TABER, ALTA. NIGHT 223-3962 PAY 223-2353 WE WANT YOUR TRADE AT MILK RIVER FARM SUPPLY LTD. USED TRACTORS COCKSHUTT 570-D NEW MOTOR ML MOLINE GBD.. Ml 1130D WITH CAB, DEMO 1875 '985 DONT MISS THE FANTASTIC BARGAINS ON MF 1500-1800 4 WHEEL DRIVE TRACTORS USED TILLAGE 1-33' EDWARDS ROD WEEDER 1-36 Br-36 MORRIS WEEDER 3_r2' IHC NO. 6 CENTRE DRIVE WELDERS EA 1-12' JD 500 CENTRE DRIVE WEEDER 2-10- CALKINS CENTRE DRIVE WttDERS EA. 550 1-21' NOBLE BLADE 3 CASE HITCH, nyclroulicj 1-27 NOBLE M WITH HITCH, hydraulics THERE ARE ONLY A FEW 30 TO 36' MOSRIS WEEDERS LEFT MISCELLANEOUS USED CARS AND TRUCKS CHXV. y, TON-V-8, 4 ipted, rodio, custom cob. f> l.N.C. Vi TON-V-8, four ipec-d. fORD CUSTOM 500-4 door, V-8, automatic, P.S., P.B., mcfio, very low mileage. tS MRCURY MONTCLAIR-V-I, automatic. P.S., P.B., radio. 65 KYMOUTH FURY 111 10 PAS5ENGEB WAGON-V-B, oulo- matic, P.S., P.B., rodio. t? TORINO GT-4JS console, P.S., P.B., radio. tt FORD GALAXIE 500-V-8, P.S., T.B., radio, low mileage. LIMITED NUMBER OF 1972 FORD >i TONS AND MUSTANGS READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY MILK RIVER FARM SUPPLY LTD. "RALPH OSTENBERG" MILK RfVER ALBERTA ;