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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wodneidoy, 7. 1977 THE IETHBRIDGI HHtAlO fA. Girl in my ends amazing long-run forestry l.ONHON dtculcr} tion'B Comedy Theatre lias used a lot of Cfjgs during the last six years Soup bas made on stage dur omelettes tlw play's Toninhl. Ihc curtain falls for Mourmel who! Ihe InM lime on the production Mars in There's a fUrl in My I which cntcis Ihe record bixiks U.S. farm prices continue higher WASHINGTON new government that farm prices exempt from price controls continue to dig deeper into Stales consumer pix-kelhooks. particularly at supermarket meat counters. Till! agriculture department said Monday that average farm prices jumped 1.5 cent last muntli to a ror-ord high, ing a new high for beef cattle and a record-matching jump for hogs. Increases also were reported for a number of other items. Steel firm shows hike in earnings including potalocs. milk find onions. Compared with a year ago, prices farmers re- ceived in .Inly were n-pcr-ecri higher. licef taltlo past the previous record set in June, and hugs equalled the hif'h mark of February, 1970. SIKAT A KAC'I'OII Last week the afjricullurc clc- [KirtmertL reported that retail food costs rose 0.9 per cent in June will: and pork strong faetors in that increase. Agriculture department eco- nomists insist livestock prices soon will decline. This year, Ihc agriculture de- partment said Monday, farmers will net at least a record Ijillirm, S2 hillion more than in Prices farmers got for raw arc not subject lo mice controls. as the longest-running comedy in Iliu history of llritisll theatre. Jl was seen by per- sons anil earned its backers million m profits. On Hie fasition front, it also established a couple of records --two of its girl stars were the first to wear the mini-skill and liolpants on the l-onclon stage. There's Girl in My Soup's tame has not confined to London. The comedy, which lells the lale of a middle-aged cookery writer whose sophi.sti i cated C a .s a n o v a veneer is j stripped away by a young has been seen in 19 other coun- KdmoMlon. Jinn KDMONTON An Kd- niontrjn 'K'cn of- (oral a lor- FBitry lease near Slave l.nke that coulil lead to construction of a, plant employing 120 peo- ple. Dr. Allan Vi'arrack. lands and forests minister, said today the management agreement lias teen offered to Alberta As- I pen Board Ud. following public hearings Itelcl in .Slave Lake May 15. The company proposal con- j nfruclion of a hake plant wilh an annual production cap- i acity of 100 million square feet ol board per year. tries. A film, which starred Peter Sellers ami Goldic Hawn, was at one .stage fwing shown at a Lon- don cinema next door to the the- atre. Hut the pluy's publicity i Tile company said it can con- i struct the plant only if it tnin-s supixirt from the federal department of regional econo- mic- expansion, _ -ople besides employing agents said continued i jn [he plant, the operation '.o fioom would provide (or 200 peo- after a surprising 2.W pie in logging during winter, performances and six years lat- I The forestry lease offer from er the run ends. Hhc province expires Oct. 1. Tabloid geared to humor youth TORONTO rU1) Sled Co. of Canacb [.Id. firsl-lutll ftirninfrs uE M7.74I.OW or a share, up from or M.28 a sliaru rlurin" Ihc corru- spomHng period lusl yem. Sales reached ;t record c o m p a r 'I with during t.1ic -lunuary- JirnG period in 1071. A spokesman suit! rjtjinnml for mast rif its sice] products was strong in the first pattly hwiiusc some: lomcr.s were luiiklmg up jnvcn- lories against a possible work Hloppagc in tlie imJn.slry. llow- nvcr, a new agreement tins heen reached between tfm romprmy nnrl Ihe Unilorl StcKilworkcrs of America. K a rn i n p s for Hit: second- nnartcr clipixsil or 7a cents a sfiare. fi'dni or H'J tronls a shaie a year earlier. Tfie. company incrutisiHl labor antl material t-osl.s in the HI-CO (I qunrlor offsel incrcn.sed production and selling prices Tor .Sfjnit; its prtMlueU. Telephone counselling planned CALCAHY 1CI: gary branch The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE The Cal- e ('anadian Menial Health Association plans lo start a 24-lmnr tele- phone couiiKcilin" service late i next niontli. j "It will he a friendly type of i place lo call if you've s.'.ys assistant co-or-J ilinator Kichard Uurrant, arid- j ing it won't be a "high-priced counselling service just a j place where ran call and j lx: listened to." j About 3f) volunteers mostly i housewives and young i are to be trained by Ibf asso- ciation to provide emergency assistance i n f o r m a lion trotn the service offices in a former building near downlown "We would like the people ma lining the phones to repre- sent a well-balanced cross-sec- lion of Die Mr. Durrani said "We wftjit our volunteers sim- ply In talk to pimple and hope- fully tnctke them feel better. They will be trying to under- stand problems and explore al- ternatives." The association predicts tlie service will lect'ive 1 .CKHl lo rails a month. HALIFAX a locally published satirical review, is attempting to take (lie heal off serious youLh- nrientcd problems hy taking n humorous approach. The 16-pago tabloid, finan- r-cd by a Opportunities for YiJiJlh Jjrar.t, is being is- sued six times this summer by EJullfrog Productions, n group of II students. They believe that "a picture is worth a Ihou.sand words." and humor is the most effec- tive way to deal with the is- sues of the di.y. "So much of the discussion about 'youth prohlems' is .so M unro's policy endorsed serious in tone that it turns (he audience off." says Pit During, one of the partici- pants "We admit that the is- sues are important, hut feel thai a humorous approach shed mote light on them.'' The firsl i.ssue of hns as its theme the liard- drug culture. Succeeding is- sues are expected to centre on a theme of particular inter- est lo vuulh. AUCTION SALE B E HARDWARE LTD. IN BANKRUPTCY AT 414- 13th St. N., Lethbridge OF MEW AND USED Appliances, Office Furniture, Fixtures and Hardware Monday, Aug. 7, p.m. K13MONTON fCpj The move In trrat possi'.s.sJtm of eannaliis as n luiallli mat tor ratlier than a nju: IKJCII cndorsKl WMJiuni -f. Wacko, exccnhvc dJrecttir of Ihe Alcohol AhiJWi lie .said in an interview thai Heallh Minister Joti.i Munro's nntHHjncciinonl Monday thai Ol- will transfer all ottances atirl contiols relalinf; to canna- from I lie narcotic control act Id the (notI and act is j''a step in the righl direction" "It's the mcwt impor- tant i-s towards dc-criniin- of the .situation, and I tfiink everybody is in totaf reement with thai.'1 Mi'. Munro, while announcing rprufal (o use of cannahi.s the plant from w h i c h marijuana and hashish arc derived also said there wnuld action to reduce le- tor its possession. Mr. Wacko iaiil Ihc way the entire soft siluniion has iK-en handled up lo now hasn't worked. Penalties in f o r r o hadn'1 controlled Ihe use of marijuana ami "there is no (liic.stion some new approach i.s "The rnessace is that hard drugs Fire dangerous." says During, "We're not preaching, bill Irving to get that messFige across ir. a humorous combi- nation o! text and illustra- tions.' 0! the II participants in bullfrog I'r functions, five are illustrators, three handle edi- torial and layout and three are responsible, for general advertising and circulation. Twelve ol the If. puges of CFich issue are produced in comic-bfiok style, white the oilier four pafjc.s caiTV arti- cles on personalilio.s. lopics of current interest, musie and enlertainment. Phillip Irv p TERMS: CASH 10 vmu window floor G.E. carpel iwecper, floor poliihor, Swivel diuir, Coffee table, RocVino horso, MtCltiiy olotfrk raiujo, Vikiny okctric clryei, RCA whirlpool fornbiruilion wotfiRr tind dryer, 2 forlilJTCf ipromlofi, Lciwn roller, HOOVCT vacuum. Rod Dovil ptiinl mixnr, Key culler und motor, Groti tTitpnnicr, ol ntnli, null and bolti pipe (.11 colon of pninl, paint ntixcr, choil cooler, mnilnr drill, Srtinley W drill, Biti and enio, look, office doifc, 2 tliairi, PoymcJiler chock writer, 4 FtJiJelcn, 12', 6', 3', 3', broom i, 2 dollies, Lcif" of Dnrilox, garden hotoi, ol cheitnrlintd, 'ic cordt, Sotlfonol CAIXJARY (CI'J Voyager PetioUrmn.s increased earrings to or 1s ;i share during ttie fi.scal year March 31, Ihe com- pnny .'said in 377-8551 for appointment H. W. MATHESON Cfldificd Hearing Aitl Audiologiil Urnnfiq Aid Sofiffiy Hc'tirinp A id Orrilcn' Ann. Play It again, the new way-in polyester double knits for and Black is back in a new way! Crested with white on cuffs, collars, stripes. SPECIAL (A) Bore-Shouldered While collar. Red berry pin. 1 0 lo 1 8.......................... Special 19.99 (B) Two-PiecB Suit. Bailie jacket. 10 lo 18.......................... Special 19.99 (C) A-Line Coal Diflii. 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