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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THI IETHBRDI0E HERALD - Friday, April 17, 1970 .-- Ottawa Plans No Policies To Ease Jobless Problem OTTAWA (CP) - Prime Minister Trudeau told the Commons Thursday that unemployment remains a "very serious" ques- tion in Canada, but he indicated that the government does not plan any immediate expansionist policies. Ail-Time High Prices Paid For Bear And Wolf Pelts EDMONTON (CP) - All-tfme high prices for grizzly bear amd timber wolf pelts were reached at a wild fur sale here. Two hundred timber wolf pelts sold at a top price of $175 to a Montreal firm and all 150 bear pelts were sold with grizzly ranging from $52 to a record high of $185. The sale marketed trappers' furs from northern Alberta, the Northwest Territories and the Arctic with Canadian and European buyers showing most interest. ART DIETRICH c 6 M. DENTURE CLINIC 5th St. S. Ph. 328-4095 Above Metropolitan Storn Polar bear pelts brought from $150 to $385. Coyote prices were off 15 per cent from highs established in February. The 5,400 pelts offered brought prices for best quality ranging from $18.50 to $20. Lynx pelts also were off from the previous sale, reaching a high price of $52. Beaver pelts sold for as high as $39 and marten pelts reached $28.50. All 24,000 muskrat pelts sold with heavier types ranging from $2 to $2.30. Best pelts of the 28,000 squirrel offered brought from 45 to 54 cents. Red fox top quality types ranged from $15 to $22 with cross fox dark and silvery types bringing from $30 to $31. White fox from $30 to $36.50 for top quality. The Workmen's Compensation Board HAS ANNOUNCED NEW OFFICE HOURS FOR THE SUMMER SEASON Effective Monday, April 20 Board Office Hours Will Be 8:00 Chm. to 4:30 p.m. On Tuesday, September 8 Board Offices will revert to the present hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mr. Trudeau was bombarded with questions on the latest unemployment statistics released Thursday which show that the jobless rate last month rose to 6.7 per cent of the labor force. During the extensive exchanges, Mr. Trudeau did not say that any changes would be forthcoming in the government's anti-inflationary policies. The prime minister said the seasonally-adjusted unemployment figures show that the present anti-inflationary policies have not hit hardest at the poorer provinces. On this sear sonally-adjusted basis, he said, the unemployment fate was down in the Atlantic provinces and Quebec. John Lundrigan (PC-Gan-der-Twillingate) complained that the use of seasonally-adjusted figures in comparing the unemployment rate with that of last September gave a distorted picture. He said Newfoundland's latest unemployment figure of 15.3 per cent is the highest since the province joined Canada in 1949. As soon as the Commons met Thursday, George Hees (PC-Prince Edward-Hastings) asked for unanimous consent to present a motion calling for action by the House on the unemployment situation. He did not get the required consent for a motion that the Commons "consider and recommend effective steps to stimulate economic activity, and thereby increase employment to a satisfactory level." LARGE ESTATES Large tea estates roll over many of Ceylon's mountain peaks and valleys. M APRIL IS mmr spfihai PRflMrmnu mmitii SPECIAL PROMOTION MONTH AT YOUR MERCURY OUTBOARD DEALERS Is it time to trade in your old rig? Thinking about boating as an activity for the first time? Make it a point to stop in to see your Mercury Outboard dealer now! April is "Aquativity" Special Promotion Month, and chances are you'll find the boat, motor, accessories, or whatever you need for boating pleasure this summer. And, at the right price, too I This is the event of the year! AQUATIVITY means "Water, Activity." And it means special savings to you if you shop now, during this special once-a-year event. Your Mercury Outboard dealer has the widest selection of boats and motors of the year. Ask him to show you why Mercury is the most advanced and most dependable outboard you can buy, from the sleek, trim 6-cylinder 135-hp Merc, to the 4-hp smooth trolling Merc "fishing" engine. Have him explain Merc's exclusive features like Perma-Gap "lifetime" spark plugs, and Thunderbolt ignition (zaps up to 40,000 volts to the spark plugs), and Direct Charging, Fixed-Jet Carburetion, Shearproof Drive, Jet-Prop exhaust; and Mercury's special anti-corrosion alloy-and more. But don't take our word for it. Explore the new world of water at your Mercury Outboard dealer during this special event. THIS IS THE YEAR TO GO MERCURY: 4, T/i, 9.8,20,40,50,65,80,115,135 hp. see your Mercury Outboard dealer now 40 hp See "Our Great Outdoors' Television Show with "Red"Fisher. Check your local listing. SILVER STAR INDUSTRIES MAN GETS SUPPORT - Louis Cohen, a 62-yearbId welfare recipient has become the first man in Canada to be granted alimony payments from his wife. Mr. Justice John H. Osier of the Ontario Supreme Court released a written decision granting $355 a month alimony to Mr. Cohen. Mrs. Cohen, separated fronvher husband for 17 years, has a $125,000 equity in an apartment house in Windsor^.Ont., and an annual income of between $8,000 and $11,000 a year. Fishing Ban Imposed On Two Rivers REGINA (CP) - Portions of the North and South Saskatchewan rivers have been closed to fishing because of mercury pollution, J. Ross Barrie, provincial minister of natural resources said today. Mr. Barrie said the South Saskatchewan will be closed from four miles south of Saskatoon to the Manitoba border and the North Saskatchewan from eight miles west of Prince Albert to the Manitoba border. The rivers meet about 60 miles east cf Prince Albert to form the Saskatchewan river which flows into Manitoba. Streams flowing into the closed sections also will be placed under the fishing ban from the point where they join the rivers to a point 500 yards upstream. The ban will remain in effect until Oct. 31 this year, said Mr. Barrie. Mercury pollution in the rivers is below the accepted level, he said, but the mercury content in some species of fish is too high. LENGTHY RIVER The Porcupine River, to Alaska, is 555 miles long. WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT, DUE TO INCREASED MATERIAL AND LABOR COSTS, THAT PRICES ON 1970 TRAVELAIRES WILL BE REVISED UPWARD HOWEVER, WE WILL ACCEPT ORDERS FOR ALL MODELS AT 1969 PRICE LEVELS AND STILL GIVE OUR USUAL DISCOUNTS UNTIL APRIL 25TH ONLY! ALSO DURING THIS PERIOD WE INCLUDE HITCH, MIRRORS AND STABILIZER JACKS AT NO CHARGE NO MATTER THE WEATHER SEE THE 1970 TRAVELAIRE MODELS IN OUR  INDOOR SHOWROOM  CORNER 4th STREET AND 3rd AVENUE SOUTH TRAILER SALES Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday thru Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday 6th Ave. and 4th St. S. Phone 328-4850 ;