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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 Wl UTHMBIOI HWALB Mdfly, 17, Ottawa Plans No Policies To Ease Jobless Problem OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister 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 expansion- ist policies. Ail-Time High Prices Paid For Bear And Wolf Pelts EDMONTOX (CP) AD-time higi prices for grizzly bear and timber wolf pelts went reached at a wild fur sate here. Two hundred timber wotf pelts sold at a top price of to a Montreal firm and all 130 bear pelts were sold with grizz- ly ranging from to a record high of The sale marketed trappers' furs from northern Alberta, the Northwest Territories and the Arctic wiih Canadian ard Euro- pean buyers shotting most in- terest. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 5th St. S. Mi. 328-4095 Metropolitan Slow Polar bear peRs brought from to Coyote prices were off 15 per cent from highs established in February. The pelts offer- ed brought prices for best qual- ity ranging from to Lynx pelts also were off from the previous sale, reaching a high price of Beaver pelfs soU for as high as and marten pelts reach- ed All muskrat pelts sole with heavier types ranging from to Best pelts of the squir rel offered brought from 45 to 54 cents. Red fox top quality types ranged from to with cross fox dark and silvery types bringing from to White fox from to for top quality. The Workmen's Compensation Board HAS ANNOUNCED NEW OFFICE HOURS FOR THE SUMMER SEASON Effective Monday, Apri! 20 Board Office Hour. Will a.m. to p.m. On Tuesday, September 8 Board Offices will revert to the present hours: a.m. to p.m. Mr. Trudeau was bombarded ith questions on the latest un- mptoyment statistics released Kirsday whkh show1 that the Aless rate Last mooth rose to 7 per cent of the labor fate. During the ex t e n s i v e ex- changes, Mr. Trudeau did not that changes would be orthcoming in the govern- ment's anti-inflationary policies The prime minister said the seasonally-adjusted unemploy- ment figures show that the present anti-inflationary policies liave not hit hardest at the loorer provinces. On this sea- anally-adjusted basis, he said, be unemployment rate was own in the Atlantic provinces and Quebec. John Lundrigan er-Twillingate) complained hat the use of seasooaUy-ad- listed comparing the unemployment rate with that of ast September gave a distorted licture. He said Newfoundland's atest unemployment' figure ol 15.3 per cent is the highest since he province joined Canada in IMS. As soon PS the Commons rnei Thursday, George Hees (PC- Prince Edward-Hastings) askec for unanimous consent to present a motion calling for ac lion by the House on the unem ployment situation. He did not get the require consent for a motion that the Commons "consider and recom- mend effective steps to stimu- late economic activity, and. thereby increase employment a satisfactory level." Fishing Ban Imposed On Two Rivers LARGE ESTATES Large lea estates roll over many of .Ceylon's mountain peaks and valleys. APRIL IS 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 nowl April is "Aquatrvity" 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 AQUATI VITY means "Wafer.-Acllvity." 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 135-hp Merc, to the 4-hp smooth trolling Merc "fishing" engine. Have him explain Merc's exclusive features like Perrna-Gap "lifetime" spark plugs, and Thunderbolt ignition (zaps up to volts to the spark and Direct Charging, Fixed-Jet Carburetion, Shearproof Drive, Jet-Prop exhaust, and Mercury's special anti-corrosion 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 TH E YEAR TO GO M EBCURY; 4, 9.8, 20, 40, 50, 65, 80, 1 15, 135 tip. see your Mercury Outboard dealer 40h> TiltYliien Show with "Red" Fishtr, Chick yiw local listing, SILVER STAR INDUSTRIES REGKA (CP) Portions of the North and South Saskat- chewan rivers have been clascd to fishing because ot mercury pollution, J. Rose Barrie, pro 'incial minister