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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, April 10, 1973 Youngsters study day and night A model of the sun, moon and earth, showing how day follows night, attracts Frank Favrin, Grade 1 Gnd Angela Erme, who's in kindergarten, at a science fair held at St. Roch Separate School in Weston, near Toronto. The prize-winning exhibit, created by a lad in Grade 8, made water from hydrogen and oxygen, and then separa- ted it. Top fields iii which money lalks Japan outselling everyone in Europe LONDON (AP) President Kixon said 1973 would be the "year of but someone must have forgotten to tell the Japanese. In Europe, so far, the year seems to belong to Japan, at least in those fields in which money talks. The Japanese are outselling everyone, including (he Arneri-i cans, in a wide variety of goods from midget cameras to giant' ships. And now the Japanese are beginning to outbuy ail the others too. Tney set the prices and walk off with the top buys on such rich men's fancies as impressionist paintings and thoroughbred race horses. At the moment, the last of the red hot spenders seems more likely to be living in Tokyo than in Texas. Part of the reason is the weakness of the United States dollar over the last two years and the strength of the Japanese yen. It takes as many as 265 yen to buv SI. EXPORTJt CANADA'S FINEST CIGARETTE WARNING. The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to increases with amount smoxed. Less than two years ago. it j took more than 360 yen to buy the same dollar. The difference has been two devaluations of the U.S. currency and a sharp revaluation of Japan's money. As a result, foreign goods now cost Americans about 16 per cent more. Foreign goods cost the Japanese about 35 Der cent less. IMPACT IS FELT Posh hotels on the continent now hire Japanese-speaking staff and print brochures in Japanese as well as English. Reports from France suggest Japanese buyers are driving up the price of clarets and other fine wines. Christie's, the London art Dollar for wants you to get the most washable paint money can buy It's simple to change the mood of your home and keep it fresh looking. With CILTONE Flat Enamel the wash 'n' wear paint. It stays like new wash after wash. Try it. auction house, plans to open an office in Tokyo next year to make it easier for Japanese buyers to bid from home. Soth- eby's, its rival, has a Japanese television crew in to film a documentary on how the art market works here, apparently to satisfy demand in Tokyo. Investor's Chronicle, a British magazine, tells its readers they might make more money in Tokyo than in London or New York. Japanese stock market will probably continue being the most reftcuilLig in the it says. At Christie's spring sale of impressionist and modern paint- ings, Japanese bought 21 of the 63 works auctioned and paid 61 per cent of the S3 million col- lected. The top was paid by a Japanese dealer for Renoir's portrait of Madame Mithouard, doubling the ex- pected price for this fairly late example of the artist's work. FAVOR IMPRESSIONIST Are experts here offer various explanations for Japanese inter- est in the impressionists, among them the appeal of "large, lovely, luscious Renoir the status symbol of owning a fine Western painting; or in- vestment. Christie's say there is evi- dence the Japanese are begin- ning to buy European arms and armor and antique furniture as well. So far. jewelry and old master paintings have been left to American and European buy- ers. CUPE plans to oppose ASCA move TORONTO (CP) Appli- cation by the Alberta Civil Service Association (ACSA1 for affiliation with the 1.3 million- member Canadian Labor Con- gress (CLC) has produced re-1 I sislarce frcm at least one Ca- nadian labor leader. "We'll oppose said Stan-1 ley Little, president of the Ca- r.adian Union of Public Em- ployees a congress af- filiate which claims jurisdic- tion over provincial civil ser- vants. CUPE's members make it Canada's second largest union. Mr. mtfe, a member of the congress execute council, said in a interview thai his TOUCH was granted jurisdiction hy the congress for all direct civa] servants but ftosc m Brit- ish Columbia, already in the CIU Paints JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE end Wo'lsoprr ?21 5th St S. Ph. 327-2383 BEAVER "EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR HOME PHONE COALDAIE LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. 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Colors of Pink, Blue and White. Each INFANTS' WASHCLOTHS Soft absorbent terry washcloths all done up in a gift pack. Assorted colors. Each BABY SCOTT DIAPERS Disposable diapers in three sizes. Regular 30's Overnight 12'i Newborrts 1 NURSERY JAR AND TRAY SET Made of oil purpose plastic, this set con help you find things easier in your nursery. Set INFLATABLE TOYS Assorted animal figures. The per- fect first toy, because they are light, soft and without sharp corners. Each WARMING-FEEDING DISH The perfect way to heat bobys food. It has a suction boMom. Colors of Pink, White and Blue. Each B1 TODDLER SLEEPERS Extra worm cotton and poly- ester sleepers that have a lining. Two piece sen in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4. for LIGHTWEIGHT PONCHOS for infonls ond toddlers. ond worm, Acrylic Vrnts. Come in osscHlcd Eoch 2.99 JOLLY JUMPER BABY EXERCISER Designed for babies 3 months to walking age. Full ossemb'y in- structions included. Each TODDLER GIRLS' PANTIES Made o? nylon ond trimmed wish loce. Choose from o good selection of pastel shades. pair TODDLERS' GIRLS' SLEEPWEAR styles are made of 100% collon. Choose from night covers, pyjamas, or baby dolls. Sizes 2, 3. 3x. pair TODDLER STRETCH SLIMS Ecvy core slacks thai ore grc-ot for play or dress. Mode o< pylor in J, 3. 3x Pair DEPARTMENT STORES Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COUEGE SHOPPING MALI Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 202S Mayor Mag rath Drive We Rtverve The Right To limit Quantities, DEPARTMENT STOKE ;