Food Price Increases predicted to the bill, a the before CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) - An increase in food prices has been predicted by Leonard Schnell, president of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. Schnell, who operates a farm Wooster, said at a news conference here Tuesday that prices of such products as feed grains, milk and will have to rise because they are selling for less than what they cost produce. "I don't think the price increases be out of line in relation to the trend," he said. Schnell said that in spite of the food prices, Americans can still have an adequate nutritional diet of such foods as meat, milk, eggs and "out we may have to cut out some the frills." He mentioned desserts frozen and packaged foods. He said also that American farmers cannot continue to bear most of the burden of feeding the underdeveloped countries of the world unless those countries take steps to help themselves. themselves. Schnell said One birth rate of the underdeveloped countries should be reduced and that the countries must to produce more of the food they He said Americans could help with latter by supplying fertilizer.