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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD April 11, 19.3 Kids and grandparents The likelihood o fa child ir> the United States having a living grandparent has been increasing in the past half century as adult mortality rates have steadily declined. And the likelihood of a child having all four grandparents living on 10th birthday is about 1 in 14 currently, compared with only 1 in 90 in 1920. CHILDREN'S BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS 5 Tickets for the jPrice of Adult Books S8.00 Per Book HERE'S A NOVEL EAST BIT GIFT THE KIDDIES! "ABOdKOF FAMQVSPLAYERS THEATRE-TICKETS HOUHS OF HAffY ENTEHlUlNMEN'r ANY P.S. 'EM TOO! Watch for these Big Attractions "LIFE AND TIMES of JUDGE ROY BEAN" In Technicolor with PAUL NEWMAN Walt Disney's latest and funniest "THE WORLD'S GREATEST ATHLETE" In Color with JAN-MICHAEL VINCENT ICHANCES PER OF CHILD OF 10 HAVING A LIVING GRANDPARENT) NONE AT LEAST 1 ATLEAST2 AT LEAST 3 ATLEAST4 11.0" FASHION SPRINGS TO LIFE fit P COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL OFFERS BIG FOR THE Drought hits Central America GUATEMALA (AP) Two of the five Central American coun- tries declared states of na- tional emergency as a result of the area's worst drought in 50 years. Costa Rica and Honduras de- clared states of emergency this week. Nicaragua, in a national emergency since the devas- tating Dec. 23 earthquake, had serious financial problems be- cause of drought long before the quake struck. Lighter than usual rainfall during last year's rainy season left water tables below their normal levels. The situation be- came acute as the regional en- tered its current dry season, which normally lasts until May. The drought has affected pro- duction of basic grains and other farm products which have had to be supplied by import. The result has been an increase in the cost of living for the area's 12 million Inhabitants. In many areas drinking water is rationed. Here is a summary of the sit- uation in each of the countries: COSTA RICA Probably the hardest hit by the drought. Rivers that supply hydroelectric plants are low and electricity is cut off 12 hours a day. Companies were authorized to give employes an extra week of vacation at Easter to reduce electrical consumption Cattle have been moved from dry zones or exported. Author- ities also expect to ration drink- ing water. Preliminary estimates place daily losses due to the drought at million. EL SALVADOR Basic crops affected. Facto- ries changed shifts and vaca- tions extended to conserve elec- tricity. HONDURAS Water is rationed In many areas. Rivers are 50 per cent below their normal levels. Emergency wells were drilled to provide water for cereals and pastures, and the government says livestock will suffer the worst losses from the drought. GUATEMALA Water is rationed in the capi- tal. Prices of basic grains in creased and the government imported corn and beans to be sold at low prices to the public. Rivers and lakes are low. NICARAGUA Grain production, except for rice, reduced. Drinking water is scarce in some parts of the country. The level of water for the Central American hydro- electric plant, which provides electricity for the entire coun- try, is low. EDIT "CHARGE IT" MINDED ANGLER 12 ft. Aluminum Boat Seats Three and Easily Fits on Roof of Car! Here's a boat that's just perfect for the fisherman or for going on a family outing. It's light, only weighs 90 Ibs. and has a load capacity of 510 Ibs. Beam bow depth Gunwale length 12 ft. D.O.T. horse- power rating H P. Famous Old Pal Tackle Box Quality tackle box with big size cantilever troys, tpill proof latch, large bottom M compartment and luggage MA f g style handle ..........each Deluxe Economy Tackle Box Features 3 roomy cantilevered trays with three compartments and a recessed luggage handle. Each 4.97 Mitchell 300 220 Spinning Reel SpincastReel y Fast smooth retrieve, push button spool, ad- justable drag and positive anti reverse. Com- plete with two spools. Deluxe heavy duty reel, wilh high speed retrieve, positive cone pickup and Star drag. Royal Blue. Open daily 9 o m. to 6 p m. Thursday end Fridoy 9 o m. to 9 p m. We reserve the right to limit quantities C.) Deluxe Nylon Rain Suit Rubberized to keep out the FuN iippered jotket wilh drew hood ond wcnsl 3 snap flop pockets Olive colour 1 J wj S M l-XL. .......eorh W Rubber Hip Waders Features adjustable knee lus jole and heel, double patch f% knee end odjustable hip Jj eocll COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI 2025 Mayor Magrath Driva DEPARTMENT STORES DIVISION OF THE WOOlWORTH CO UMTTtDl IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT DEPARTMENT STORE CO-OPERATJVE INSURANCE SERVICES FIRE AUTO LIFE Let CO-OP LIFE protect you and your family with insurance to cover these critical liabilities MORTGAGE FUND FAMILY INCOME EDUCATION FUND RETIREMENT INCOME Phone 328-1175 COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL For the month of April bring in your favourite Kodacotor negatives and gel beautiful reprints for only... PANTY MINK GLOW, HONEY BEIGE, BLUSH BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES -fl 1 Ib Boi Sugg List 2 40 11 2nd DEBUT MOISTURIZER M MM oz. Bn Sugg. List 600 Mm MmMm CAMPBELL'S BLUE BRUTE GOLF BALLS 1.49 SUDDEN BEAUTY IT IIV HAIR SPRAT 1S