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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letkbridge Herald nurd Section Letboridce, Alberta, April IS, 1170 Highway 3 Changes Proposed Crowsnest Communities Express Reservations VEBN Cnwaeal Faaa Boreal FRANK Blainnore, Cote- man, Frank ud BeUevue eoun- edi have eertaii reservations about tie proposed reroutiag at Higbwrv 3 through UK Crows- BUbmore nnts UK highway itirt UK ton at t differ- ent-port to lave.part of the i'f -er sever system, ea Mid oerrker- u c _nnore. Frank village council nnts nute moved north of- the rurfle Mountain Hotel because proposed note would take out valuable tax properties in this BeDevue wants a change for Fran; village fears the pro- posed route'weald cost tfae total MNDU HAM HAWlST-Eighl-month-old. Ahrf Join o. lifiks .onoirtoih ai he, receives hit first haircut.' Trio" ceremony, Mun- 'bun which been performed for more than yearj, ij.heid on natakbi Day, the day of harvesting, when baby toys' ara given their first haircut. Aryfj parenri, who are tram New, Delhi but'now jive Toronto, will the cvrl> to New where be put in o temple- of the Hindu Jain' religioui tect, Surrey Reveals Wide Range Of Regional Problems ion In Pirites By THE CANADIAN PRESS are few indjcatjona far that prieei'm Canada are begtminc; to moderate despite the governmeot's tough aBDr inflatton fight That's the coDBeBans of-, a (roup of newspaper ex- e'cutives from across the country in a srvey of what they tbrnf of Canada'i eco- aituatioD... Burver was taken aa ex- 1- Rrtta sales tre i wine areas liv- atave. Their replies noted, a wide if 1 I 1 i V pfvUBIK. Most leyutiK slowdown' on HARDEST HIT amaH fcim jnd DiBBoeasea, aoch as BTO- ire hardeat bit by -j_il_nr DBBK _ r it I' B noiOQao far that Inanesi and labor tn tuttig oo tzkt( pfioeB .nd i in irnns rofTnfnwaoc's caS for restnni oo price wage S. R: Herder of tte St JobD's, NfU., Tekfram iwjnfl Wt wadei hiiaetC'-Belnu sales were down B fcr fce first tnne xV 20 yecn. but cbJnts look tr on further drop thai year. Mr. Berder awl Newtoond- bat. two special prob- lem.: The scattered nature of _ oxaie and Biij-nBige meBt of the mdosby. PAT MAINLAND PRICE Wallace H. Ward of the Chariottetown GardUn aaid there fc tailed wage inflation ia Prince Edwnl Islual, bat' the pnnnh! hare to pay main-. land prices because just about eveiytung- imported. Ue taw expanded marketa for fish and farm' product! aa an' been, "tiqueulmg" since tte immediate Deed, and ex panded secondary industry af a longEr-noge ineceanty. Boy D. Ducbemsn of the Sydney Cape Breton Foot said. retail salec arc' slower in Cape Bretiu, bat labor are "stronger than ever." Employment, he said, is. strong, with hundreds more- employed now man there were lOyeBiTafO: the mderie- ton Gleaner aaid labor de- ixTfr itfl inTil tad Bales Avpped daring tte, (VBTiv of tte yev. gditor Robert Montreal Star, aaid the gen- eral effect of UK antHOflatioB fight in the Montreal area has been to "add to the already j _'_ _ aW 4KlplTBGnc ItKMMJiJPB OOC ID tte Awbo-ipD of mduatiHnt de- He sad bbor iabcnvj litfe tffft asa and possible alternative Tte road would then continue west through the main prop- erty, the golf course aJkd'coo- tinue on the grounds btsectjn) the Crowsoest Pass Hospital and clinic and then rejoin the present highway. At a point east, of Coleman, Mr. Adderiey showed two passible routes through 0oteman indicating th government favored the norl route vrhich would skirl Cole- man through Grafton Town an conx out at a point west' of irbondale to rejoin the pres- ent highway. The southern route, tf ac- cepted, foUwrs toe ok! Blair- more road route and goes through the grounds near the rena and railway tracks, rough the CPR station and Iks Hall and proceeds to vest xileman along the land be- me railway tracks and residences, and through Willow )rive to join me present high- The lowii of Blainnore nxfi- ealcd its approval of the pro- poted route but suggested the agbway start skirting the town Blairmore a little east so that homes, ia esct lairmore would not be affect ed. Doing this would also save much of.the town's'new sewer system and of the services ia 115 area. The Vihage of Frank was ap- to the route through Yank and suggested the route be. moved north of Frank and Mr. Adderky ml the meet ng had been called by the roBceroed. communities to drrir tip a proposal'based on .were favored by councils and eomndssion. vould then be Stock Markets Will Resume Normal Hours NEW YORK (AP) The N price .h> oroam bBt it hato'l afaowa op in wage deacndi.7 WHEAT BIG FACTOR WHsm Thomson of the Re- gmi Leader-Post said the eheww'i economy it the bflity to tefl waitau wheat "When some farmen BI the utuvuHx are depnved of an he .said, "every luaumii in tK.nroy- ipce auBaim aecanat tfaji the kind of nnKy that moves qokkly into the boat- sat atream." He aaad amooer obei and, towns hare bad a afaarp drop in retaa baaam. Other proUena, be said, V ctade tte (kvp in the dennnd for potaafa.aDd U.S. curtau- meit Oanadian oil 00, XCTTVtTY mGH Frwak ol the Cal- (vy HenM tttA tsoftoyweiA in ta wm. rvmtim much riwt fcyr h bxvty Wt hove corpwti for wveryonw Out Tawn may ptwiw JI7-1103 ctwact for LB 4nkMv InakaBhA nptW HI TfTWr TrWnV. THWWATf UNTK P.M. ONE LOCATION ONLY DOWNTOWN AT 315 6rt> STREET S. Jordans ;