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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta AH, fo WORK IN TV If you're lucky enough To be in the cast or crew cf the television series Banacek you'll feost your eyes on blonde actress Erlce Hagen. When she isn't appearing before the camera she relaxes in ibis fashion while on location. Reduced grain crops forecast JL -Monday, Septtmhor 18, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FUTURE LIQUID 46 fl. oz. bile "Whistle While You Forfc" PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Sept. 18-23 Super Savers in Cleaning Aids 4V4-OI. net wl. tin I %f Dust Control OTTAWA (CPI The federal agriculture department says both Canada and the United Stales will have reduced grain crops this year. In a report here, the de- partment also forecast reduc- tions of abc.'t 10 per cent, com- pared to 1971, in most other Ca- nadian crops. It said the estimates are ini- tial forecasts which' could change as harvesting prog- resses. Canadian wheat production was estimated at 507 million bushels about 20 million bushels lower tban last year in spite of an increased acreage of two million. Wheat supply totals were listed at 1.1 billion bushels, down from 1.27 billion at the same time last year. In the United Stales, August estimates placed wheat produc- tion at 1.54 billion bushels, down 100 milb'on from last year, the department said. Wliile reliance on sales to Ihe Soviet Union and China has created some uncertainty in re- cent years, it said, "Ehe world trade outlook (or 1972-73 has led to higher world prices." Cana- dian prices, it noted, rose more than 20 cents last month to SI.95 by Sept. 10. In feed grains, the (Apart- ment forecast decreases in bar- ley, oats, rye, and com produc- tion. "Total feed grain supplies, in tons, are estimated at 232.9 mil- lion compared with 238.9 mil- lion last year and 207.4 million the year before." Freed grains prices have ad- vanced "a few cents per bus lie 1" in both Canada and the U.S. over the past month, it said, In oilseeds, it said rapeseed and flaxsecd are the only two important field crops to have "slightly increased yields" over last year. Four hanged in Rhodesia SALISBURY, Rhodesia (lieu, ter) Four convicted murder- ers were hanged at Salisbury prison today, the Rhodcsian government said. A statement named the four as Graham Michael Jenkinson, 20, a white man, and Ilirco black Africans nfimecl only as Julius, Eliot and Naison. Jenkinson was convicted of raping and murdering Martha Rose Dean, a 22-year-old Amer- ican nurse, on a train last Christinas Eve, and the Afri- cans were found guilty of kill- ing a baby girl, and cutting up her body for a witchcraft rit- ual. Polish Pinesol Detergent Cleaner Bleach Behold Furniture net wt. tin 15