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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Tuesday, October 2, 1973 STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Streets. Phone 327-30Z4 Land clearing operations A lack of pasture land in the foothills region of Southern Alberta has prompted many ranchers and farmers to clear native rangeland of brush and scrub trees to make way for grazing crops The above clearing operation is on Pmcher Creek Ranches Ltd south of Pmcher Creek Julien Deshorties, owner of the ranch, has undertaken a major native rangeland rehabilitation program The provincial government had promised producers a grant to reseed native rangeland to tame grass crops but since has had THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. ORLON FUR PILE CAR AND TRUCK SEAT COVERS to arrange for interest-free loans for the program. Mr Deshorties has even started clearing areas nearer the mountains and this has provoked an outburst from area residents that the clearing operation may be causing a possible environmen- tal problem. Many area residents fear the water shed areas may not be protected from large amounts of water runoff due to a lack of brush and trees. The agricultural service board in Pmcher Creek is checking the situation regularly Farm net income higher in 1973 SOCKET SETS 30 CII ARC FA LAMPS SWITCHES LlfTER BASKETS FLOOR MATS Frost Shields Booster Cables Anti-Freeze Testers MIOnE An all purpose plup that fits all cigar lighten ana lamp bulb sockets Ideal for portable cpot warninK-mnd trouble bitty bottle wmdslSieW defrcslen fam etc. sun filters Fitt All PAINT JEEP HOOD LATCH WINDSHIELD COVERS CHAMOIS WASH MITS NYLON TOW CABLE Farm net income in 1973, including expected increas- ed livestock inventories, could reach 8 billion, up sharply from 87 billion in 1972 Farm cash receipts from the sale of farm products and supplementary payments in Canada in 1973 will likely rise to about 4 billion from the previous record level of ?5 384 billion in 1972 This would be an increase of nearly 19 per cent Farm cash receipts rose to 335 billion in the first quarter of 1973 from 088 billion in the first quarter of 1972, mainly because of higher price levels for farm products Rising cash inflow to farmers will be mostly due to the higher average levels of farm prices ex- pected during 1973, rather than to larger marketings The index of farm prices increased in March, April and May compared with the same time last year, but could level off in the se cond half of 1973 If so, the 1973 level of farm prices will likely average 20 per cent higher than 1972 Higher farm prices in 1973 have been partly due to lower farm production in 1972 The volume of farm marketings in the first half of 1973 has been about the same as the first half of 1972 Farm operating ex- penses in Canada will be higher in 1973 than in 1972 They will likely total 3 billion, up by from the aggregate level of expenses of 8 billion in 1972 The rise will result mainly from higher prices of farm inputs, but farm production is also expan- ding Only BOSCH HEADLAMP KIT ..........................49.95 STATION WAGON AIR DEFLECTORS MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY (1971) LTD. 5 ST. SOUTH PHONE 327-4951 DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Commercial 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 ;