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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Potatoes Tuesday, May IS, THE LETHB3IDGE HERALD 5 th wor more Canadian potato growers will probably get higher prices for their produce in the 1972-73 marketing season. That is, if they stick with their planting intentions as in- dicated in the spring survey conducted by the agricultural division of Statistics Canada and the Crops Reporting Board of the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture. The surveys were earned out in March in both Canada and the U.S., according to J. R. Burns of the Canada depart- ment of agriculture economics branch. In the past two years, potato growers have been faced with low prices and rising costs. Re- flecting this situation, the planting intention surveys in- dicate that fewer potatoes will be grown this year. A planting of acres, about five per cent less than last year, is forecast for Can- ada. U.S. planting intentions for the early summer and lato summer- fall crops indicate acreage reductions of nine and three per cent respectively. Thus, with average yields, the supply of potatoes should be lower next year. With smaller potato supplies next winter, Canadian farm prices should be better than the two cents per pound aver- age for the 1970 crop. The average Canadian farm price for potatoes in 1904-68 was per hundredweight While this rose to for the 1909 crop, it fell to for the 1970 marketing year. At the same time, farm op- erating expenditures rose 11 per cent from the 1964-68 aver- age to the end of 1970. While farm prices for tho 1971 crop have been generally below those of the year pre- vious, some strengthening in prices to growers was evident in early April. In Alberta, the FOB ship- ping point price was per hundredweight, up from a year earlier, for washed Net- ted Gems. In B.C. these prices were per hundredweight for Netted Gems, down from a year earlier. About half of the 1971 crop is in storage and still to bo marketed. This is a higher per- centage than usual. The full effect on prices of the Agricultural Stabilization Board programs is still to be In the coming months. Glacier travel up Travel jumped 55 per cent to Glacier National Park during the first three monttis of this year, according to statistics re- leased by the park. There were nearly vis- itors in the park during tho first quarter of this year, com- pared with for the same period last year. The number of vehicles cn- terinn the park this year jump- ed 104 per cent, to Using the figures as a crite- rion, park officials are now pre- paring for one of the busiest holiday seasons ever, with well over two million tourists ex- pected through the park gales. GENERAL PAINT INTERIOR EXTERIOR INT SALE! SAVINGS ON _ EXTERIOR LATEX MONAMEL SEMI-GLOSS MONAMEL HOUSE TRIM G.P, PORCH FLOOR ENAMEL SALE PRICE 898 GAL. QUART 1971 PATTERNS WALLCOVERINGS OFF REG. PRICE WHILE STOCKS IAST1 Jiffy, Trend and Flocks. Wallcoverings at 50% off manufacturer's suggested retail prico. Seo our un- limited selection of all types of wallcoverings at competitive prices Many patterns available from stock. iff SPECIALS! Quart Gallon Decora-Exterior Latex 1.79 g.99 Exterior Alkyd 1.99 6.29 Cuproid Wood Preservative Green and Clear .89 2.98 SIMILAR SAVINGS ON GOOD QUALITY DECORA INTERIOR PAINTS LOOK FOR IN-STORE NOT-ADVERTISED SPECIALS! BRUSHES, ROLLER SETS, TAPES, SPACKLE, ETC. 300 WALLCOVERING PATTERNS IN STOCK! NOW 13 THE TIME TO BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIG SAVINGS ON GENERAL PAINT'S FIRST QUALITY, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR YOU SEE THE GENERAL PAINT SIGN. BUY NOW! SALE ENDS MAY 20th ERAL PAINT LLCOVERINGS OPEN 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. MONDAY-SATURDAY 1005 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-9221 or 328-9222 ;