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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBHIDGE HERALD Tuesday, November 7, 1972 Up 20 per cent iAVtD BV IHE RECOUNT Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin gives a viclory sign cs he folks wilh a well-wisher in his Ottawa office. Mr. Pepin won his Drummand seaf in a recounf by five voles. OTTAWA (CP Canadian export (rale originating in tlic Prairie provinces by more than 20 per cent a year between 19GB and 1971 and the Prairies are fast closing in on Qui'bcu as Canada's bigpest ex- port reqion, Statistics Canada rcnortcd Monday. The growth of export trade from Ontario was almost 10 per cent a year, hut thai province still accounts for almost 46 per total exports fiom Ca.natla, on the basis of figuics for the first half of 1972. The statistics bureau said its figures arc based on the region of points at which products first enter Hie trans- portation system. In the cases of Prairies, this includes al] cereals and oilseeds even though some handling, clean- ing, storage and transportation values are added to the product in older regions, on llreir way from the farm to ocean ports. In the first hall of 1972, Que- bec provided 1U.3 per cent ol lo- tal export, the Prairies per cent, the Pacific region 14.7 per cent and the Atlantic provinces 4.7 per cent. In the period between 19GB and 1371, exports from all Can- ada rose by 9.3 per cent. The Prairie increase was 20.0 per cent a year, Ontario 9.7 per cent a year, the Atlantic prov- inces 7.9 per cent a year, Que- bec six per cent a year and the Pacific region, 2.5 per cent a year. Ontario's share of total ex- ports rose to 44 per cent in 1971 grows from 3.5 per cent In 10511. Sub- .slanlial sliifls were shown in a rise to 17.5 per cent from 111 per cent in (lie Prairie share, and a decline to 13.2 per cent from 10 per cent in the Pacifi? share. Quebec's share of total cx- porls declined to 20.0 per cent in 1971 from 22.0 per cent in 1SC8, and Atlantic prov- inces' share declined to 4.7 per ccr.t from 4.9 per cent in the same period. MOVIE CENSORED JOHANNESBURG, South Af- rica (AP) Non-while movie audiences in South Africa won't [.'el to see The Godfather. The government censor has ruled ihe film unsuitable for non- white audiences. Wheat board sets quota changes WINNIPEG (CP) The Ca- nadian wheat boarc'i today an- nounced quo! a changes affect- ing wheat B, oats C, feed wheats A and Alberla red win- ter A. The quota of two bushels a ciuota acre will be torminaled Dec. fl in all shipping blocks foi wheat B. feed wheats A and Al- berla red winter A. The quota of five bushels a quota acre will be terminated Dec. n in all shipping blocks for oats C. Effective Immediately pro- ducer shipments of a third car- lot of two-row barley have been authorized. On Sale Nov. 7th to llth While Quantities Last I 100% Acrylic Knit BULKY ILLOVE1 Kresge PRICE Double duty long sleevers with that popular crew neck! Just pop under your jacket for warmth on the ski discard the jacket and you're all set for those apres ski do's! Jacquard designs in or Misses' S-M-L Canadian Made DRESS SHIRTS Kresge PRICE 65% Polyester 35% Cotton dress shirts that wash up quickly and need little ironing! Long sleeves with two-button cuffs and inch collar with sewn-in collar stays featured! Choose your favorites from the tone-on-tone shades in Jacquard or dobbie designs. Men's sizes m m Brushed Nylon-Acetate Our regular price 4.98 Ea, Kresge PRICE um Warm, pleasant dreams in a long, peasant style nitie! These are low priced now at Kresges. Detailed with length sleeves ruffled hem. Pink, Blue, Lilac. S-M-L. fc m Nylon Sport JACKETS Kresge PR ICE Attenlion getters have full front zippers, hidden zippered hoods and filled with 6oz. polyester fibre! Two styles in Navy, Purple, Pink or Red. Misses' S-M-L cviifJisM Bays'7-12 Our price 3.99 [a. Kresge SPECIAL [-or Iho durable fine Wrilo corduroys that are flannel lined for fixlra warmth! Assorted colors, to choose from. Flared Our regular [inu 5.99 [a. Kresoe SPECIAL Latest Style Casual Our regular price 9.98 Fa. Kresge PRICE EACH A big selection of i up-to-date bags are J on parade now at Kresges! Newest leather look vinyl materials in regular or adjustable shoulder straps. Black or Brown. EACH1 For the older boy, sturdy 10 oz. drill fabrics set oil with contrast stitching! Popular colors of Navy, 'own or Burgundy. PR. Men's Dress Pr Kresge SPLCIAL nylon hose with elastic tops so they'll ittiy up! Ulnck, White and colors. Fit sizes 10 to 12. Ppin Daily 9 am, to 6 p.m. Thursday TV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY POLITICS: U.S. Elcclion C Cli. 7. CBC joins CBS network's live coverage. Dan McNeil is Ihe anchor man far CBC-TV. CRIME: DRAMA: Hawaii Fivr-O, p.m., Cli. 13. An exolic poison is the key in this drama o[ revenge against three real estate swindlers. ADVHNTURE: Search, 8 p.m., Cli. 13. Grover (Doug Mc- Clurc) is out to find a millionaire recluse missing for IB months. MYSTERY DRAMA: Mission: Impossible, 9-'M p.m., Cli. 7. The story of a mulli-millionaire paranoia militant whose son defects behind Ihe Iron Curtain with the lormula to a lethal nerve gas he had developed. MEDICAL DRAMA: Marcus Wclby, MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of parents of a cystic librosis baby, Uieir guilt feelings and Ihe threat to their marriage. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Bill Graham, singers Sandier and Young and writer Adda Rogers St. John are the guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 1 a.m., Ch. 7. This is the pilot lilm for the TV scries in u'hich a private eye is pegged as Uie cliiel suspect in the murder of an alleged embezzler. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The 1'ail (And How To Use 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A shy youth gets his suave friends to show him how to land a girl. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! ure liiled by the radio and televiilon .Any variation In program ichedult li to loll- rhinuli channel by the itolioni and It not reipon- jlbllily of ihe Herald or Anglo Dlitribulon 'Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chec Trading Post Grain Prices 5-00 Buryl Clark Leo Dow Call of Ihe Land 6-55 Farm Hews John Oliver Dave King B-55 Bri Hcskelh Farm News Jack Neuleid ChGC line Cdllle Pricei Paul Tessier if cjoc -A- News wilh Bill Skehon, Rod Whill, Bill Molheson Sport Brent Seely ond Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card EIIIuT News, Wealher News, Wcalhcf and Sporls and Sporls News and Groin Phone Bill Show Price? 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