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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI UTHMIDC5 HERALD Thurtdoy, July 12, 1973 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfcir Theatre "LAWMAN" In color. Starring Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan and Lee J. Cobb. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 12, 13 and 14. Thursday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE ORGANIZATION" In color. Starring Sidney Poitier. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 12, 13 and 14. Thursday shw at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre GRAND RE-OPENING THURSDAY, JULY 13 "THEY CALL ME TRINITY" In color. Starring Ter- rence Hill and Bud Spencer. Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14. Friday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SHARK" Will Rip You Apart. In color. Starring Burt Reynolds, Barry Sullivan and Arthur Kennedy. Thursday, July 12 show at p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in Tonight is Bargain Night. Per Car. On the screen "GROUNDSTAR CONSPIRACY" In color. Starring George Peppard and Michael Sarrazin. Thursday, July 12. Show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre "FIVE FINGERS OF DEATH" In color. Thursday and Friday, July 12 and 13. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. plantings fall far short of federal government target OTTAWA (CP) Farmers have planted 24.2 million acres to wheat this year, up consider- ably from last year but far be- low what the government has called .for to meet demand in a drought-choked world. Statistics Canada reported Wednesday that acreage seeded to barley, the principal feed grain, is down two per cent from last year's 11.7 million acres and dramatically short of the 14 million acres recom- mended by the government to service export markets and do- mestic needs. Rapeseed and flaxsced acre- age also is less than what Otto Lang, minister responsible for the wheat board, says is neces- sary. Reason for the slack is a farm decision to keep 25.5 mil- lion acres in summerfallow. That's less than the 29 million acres left out of production last year, but it's not nearly as low as the 20 million acres sug- COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHMIDGE Public Swimming, Skating and Museum Schedule FACILITY Thiift., July 12 Fri., July 13 Sot., July 14 [Jun., July IS Mon., July 16 FRITZ SICK Swim (Adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim p.m. and 8-10 Swim (Adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim p.m. and 8-10 Swim 1-5 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 p.m. Public Swim p.m. and 8-10 p.m. LIONS Swim p.m. and 9 Swim p.m. end 9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim p.m. and 9 p.m. HENDERSON Swim 11 a.m.-9 Swim 11 a.m.-9 Swim 1 1 a.m.-9 Swim 1 9 Swim 1-9 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating p.m. SIR ALEXANDER JAIT p.m. SAVE DUAING DUNLOP FORD'S PRICE IPs our Mid-Summer Sale and we've put the damp on high prices. Come in week and get a good deal more for a good deal less as we mark them down to move them out. dAMPDOWF BRAND NEW 1973s STOCK NO. 960 1973 PINTO A-l USED CARS 3 DOOR RUNABOUT Bright yellow, value op- tion package, A78-13 W.S.W. tires, 2000 ce engine; auto, trans., sun roof, radio, racing mir- rors, flipper quarter windows, block heater. PRICE CLAMP DOWN STOCK NO. 775 BRAND NEW! STOCK NO. 672A 1971 CAPRI 2-DOOft SPORT COUPE 4 spaed, radio. ClAMP DOWN PRICE STOCK NO. 833A 1970 OLDSMOBILE CUTLAS 2-DOOR HARDTOP V8, auto., P.S., radio. ClAMP DOWN PRICE........... 2 DOOR Medium brown, 1600 cc. 4 speed, radio. PRICE ClAMP DOWN....... 1973 PINTO )0 cc. 4 speec <2579 1973 MAVERICK STOCK NO. 974 BRAND NEW 4 door, super deluxe vnit with oil trie Ford Better Idea options, PRICE ClAMP DOWN......... STOCK NO. 860A 1970 PONTIAC U MANS STATION WAGON V8, auto. P.S. P.B. ClAMP DOWN PRICE STOCK NO. 935D 1969 CORTINA 2-DOOR 4 speed radio. ClAMP DOWN PRICE___ STOCK NO. 756A 1968 DODGE MONACO 2 DOOR HARDTOP ante. P.S. P.B. radio. C1 47O ClAMP DOWN I f STOCK NO. 792A 1967 THUNDERBIRD 4 DOOR LANDAU loaded, engine overhauled. CLAMP DOWN PRICE SALE HOURS: Doily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. .Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive at 16th Ave. Dial 328-8861 gested by Mr. Lang in a March acreage guide. Farmers decided to -leave sizeable chunks in summerfal- low with an eye to heavy de- mand next year as well, an ticipating a continuation of the world shortages. Mr. Lang had said farmers could plant 28 million acres to wheat this year, 3.8 million more than the statistics bureau estimates is in the ground on the basis of a June survey. Last year, farmers seeded about 21.3 million acres and the year be- fore about 19.4. In 1970, wheat acreage was cut to about 12 million acres un- der a program that paid farm- ers to put wheatland into forage or summerfallow and cut down a one-billion bushel surplus. Since then, world droughts have created a demand for all grams, particularly and the United Nations reports this year indicate production will fall short of world demand. Rapeseed acreage is esti- mated by the bureau to be 3.15 million down from 3.3 million last year and less than the four million acres called for by Mr. Lang. Flax acreage, at 1.45 mil- lion, is up from 1.4 million last year but still below the two mil- lion recommended by the gov- ernment. Oat acreage, the other main feed grain, counters the trend and is up 11 per cent from last year at 6.3 million acres. That's well above the five million Mr. Lang has said is required. Rye acreage is estimated acres, short of the 00 recommended. Despite the limited number of acres seeded, weather reports from the Prairies'indicate that farmers may get heavy yields this year. With the exception of dry pockets in southwest Saskatche- wan and Alberta, moisture sup- plies range from adequate to excessive in most parts of the grain belt. The statistics bureau says in- sects are invading rapeseed fields and rust is spreading through much of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. An earlier gras- shopper threat appears to have diminished. China crop good TOKYO (AP) China re- ports that despite drought and bail, production in three impor tant wheat-producing areas is roughly 10 per cent better than in 1972. The official New China news agency says political inspiration from leaders in the fields had a lot to do with the success. The Chinese are recovering from a 240-miBion-ton 1972 crop down 10 per cent from 1971. To help meet their food needs, they bought about million worth of United States agriculture products last year, mostly grain and soybean oiL The U.S. agricultural depart- ment said in February the Chi- nese might have to continue im- porting grain through mid-1974 to meet the growing demand. Serious drought hit earlier this year in the Shihchiachuang administrative region, one o) the major wheat-producing areas in northern China's Hopei province, the news agency said. "The cadres and masses fought the draught in a great revolutionary drive, stimulated Jy the movement to criticize revisionism and rectify the style of it said. New water conservancy proj- ects apparently helped too. The winter wheat output on hectares of land was roughly 10 per cent higher than 1972, it said, without disclosing the figures. A hectare is roughly A similar bad drought fa the Yunch'eng administrative re- gion in the northern province of SbmsH affected bee- ts. Officials joined cadres and rank-and-Sle woiim in wiping with the harvest in late May. Again irrigation works bdped. The result was a 10 per cent increase in production, Hsinhua said. The third afflicted area was hectares of the Wen- coiang region in southwest China's Szechwan province, where drought, hail storms and insects did severe damage. BUSY THEATRE EDMONTON (CP) The Citadel Theatre's touring com- pany, trav- fled land and air miles during its 26-week engagement in ite 1971-72 season, visiting 185 schools in 75 Alberta com- munities, a spokesman for tie itbeetresavL M TV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY INTERVIEW These Our People, p.m., Ch. 7. Mrs. Caroline Godfrey, the first and only woman to hold the of- fice of mayor of Cochrane, Alberto, gives her views oft Women's Lib and has no time for the nonsense end of it DRAMA: Man and the City, 7 p.m., Ch, 7. Mayor At cala's friend, Congressman Lawton, wants the senatorial nomination and fearing young voters seeks rejuvenation treatments that include amphetamine injections. MUSIC It's a Musical World, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Juliette Joint Tommy Common for a musical salute to Manitoba. Kong Fu, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A frightened boy, defending a jail against gunmen who killed his sheriff father, inspires courage in a grown coward. MOVIE DRAMA: "Go Ask 9 p.m., Ch. T. Teen- age drug abuse is the grim theme of this dream based on published diary of a desperate girl. DRAMA: Nightingale, p.m., Ch. 7. A documentary drama based on an actual attempted suicide and a young nurse who tries to draw the man out of his from the attempt on his life. MOVIE MUSICAL "The Umbrella of 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A modern-jazz opera about a romance be- tween a garage mechanic and a 16-year-old girl. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "For Those Who Think 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An updated version of the old college musical with surfing and bikinis substituting for campus high jinks. RADIO and TV LISTINGS an listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program icheduli It due to last-minute by the stations and is not ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHIC 1 Bell Contemporary Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Sunday Mornings. MONDAY Him FRIDAY News News Sports Buryl Clark Buryl Clarka News News Buryl Clarka Buryl .Clarka Farm News Bob Hesketh Cattle Prices Checllne News News Buryl Clarka Trading Post News; Doug Marvin Music Wa Ramembar Leo Dow, John Oliver Farm News Sports Grain Prices call or the WIM John Oliver CIOC News with Bill Skeltan, Rad Whltt, BUI Mathescn; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch -Jtoug with George Brown on Sunday THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Jack Thyt Prone 1220 Jim Elliot Probe 1220 John Charles Show CBC Hews News, Wthr, Stan Bailley Show Phone' BUI Show Prices Jim Parsons Show Jim Elliot Summer Jack Thys B-" Stan Bailley'Show (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concle) Bruce Bowie Show Show if CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-] a m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures a.m.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concle) and Encores 6 a.m.-I2 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.tn.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Radio 1010 Calgary From the Capitals Radio Noon Five Nights a Week Stockmarket Music and Opinion Holidays The Inner Ear Bob Kerr FRIDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener THURSDAY Home Run BBC News News World at six As It Happens Themes and News, Wthr, Sports th'te Country BBC News Run BBC News News World at CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district. readers. bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of tho Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook July 24th (Advertising Deadline b July ISth) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! aOC-TV Channel 7 (CaWevWon Ch. 6) NeM Strtat 5: W Hdhwood Squam Crossfire Beverly HinMIIlM Get Smart Fright Night: Um-IMO Truth or Censa- News _ _ brcllas of Cherbourg These Our Paopta FRIDAY Mm the Ofir Plnochto It's Musical Farm ana City World News Mary Tyler Moore Ed Allen Mov.e: Doug Crostey Go Ask Alice Mon Ami Nightingale Friendly Giant Neva Mr. Dress Up Lets Mike DM! Klara-s Korner Galloping Gourmet Joan Waterfitid Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Square CFCN-TV Channel 13 (CobUvition Ch. 4) THURSDAY NWHT Anything You Can Do Buckshot Star Trek News Beat the Clock People George The Little Kong Fu George Wrpy Here Come Seventies Streets or San Francisco News Stampede Go- Round News Merv Griffin FRIDAY Thought for Day University of Air Canada AJW. Romper Room Yoga ___.. __ Trouble with Tracy UncJe BoKy SJw Supermarket Newt Pierre Berton North Mapto Family Affair Movie: For Who Think Young Eye Bet Somerset Another WorM What's the Good Word? It's Up To Yen KRTV Great Folk Channtl 3 (CaUcvhfon Ch. 9) THURSDAY HIOHT News News Bonanza ironside Martin fcOOSile of Centnnr New Mateh Rei3l3y Shaw Hollywood Secret Storm News Jeopardy TonWM Show Who, Whit, Where FRIDAY Game Understanding Oor News World Baffled Salute AarJcDlfora As the World Turin 7.-W Today Show News KOO Today In Montana The Doctors Pyramid Another WorM MTke OoBfllBS Show 4-00 Jokers wild News News KFBB-TV Great Mb Channel 5 (febbvision Ch. 11} THURSDAY HIBHT News C.OONews Troth or Consequences Mad Squad (.00 Kung Fu Streets of SOT Francisco TV-5 Nrws 10.30 Merit: Murder She iald FRIDAY Farm Captain Kangaroo News jack LaUnna ?.W Audrey GsHoplnj Gourmet 10 00 Young end fht Restless 1B-2S News Search for M MT Lers Make a Deal 12--M Kewlywed Game News General Hospital One Ufe to J.Du Days Of Our Uvas 2-30 Dinah's Plata ?-00 Three on a Match Ogling Game Spilt Second Bewitched Password ;