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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, April 18, 1970 Prices Continue To Increase Mixed Trends In Canadian Shown In Latest Reports . By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) - This week's ration of fresh economic reports gave a picture of mixed trends in the Canadian economy. Prices continued to rise, unemployment reached a late winter peak, foreign trade was profitable, and production recovered from a slump. Here is a roundup of reports from the Bank of Canada, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, and Central Mortgage and Housing Corp.: In April: Average interest-rate yields on long-term government bonds at market prices declined to 7.79 per cent at mid-month from 7.86 on April 1, and treasury bill yields dropped to 6.63 per cent from 7.02. They Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETHBRIDGE ; Not for our fleshly triumphs, Lord, For deeds of valor done, , .Not for the courage that sustained In battles lost or won, We bring our heart's best gratitude- But only for Thy Son. Not merely for the body's strength. The vigor and the vim. Not for the harvest's golden yield. With barns filled to the brim, We thank Thee, Lord, for these of course-But most of all for Him. For lacking Him, all lesser gifts Must fade and disappear, While knowing Him, and having Him, This Christ, whom we hold deor, Brings gratitude for every day-Thanksgiving all the year. are usually forerunners of interest rate trends in commercial The government easily sold $375,000,000 worth of new bonds yielding investors 7.1 to 7.4 per cent after having to pay 8.11 to 8.14 per cent to attract bond money in December and February. Giant Mega-Gties Predifcted In Canada By Year 2000 BANFF (CP) - There will be 40,000,000 Canadians in the year 2000 and most of them will live in giant mega-cities, domed provide environmental control and to prevent pollution. Kenneth R. Lavery, a "member of a Toronto management consulting firm, made the prediction at am educational conference for accountants. ' He said life styles in the year 2000, will be as different from todayv as today is from 100 Murder Victim Called As Juror WINONA, Miss. (AP) -There was an astonished murmur in the courtroom when the name of Mrs. L. C. Jackson was called as a prospective juror in a murder trial. Court officials hastily called another prospective juror for the trial of Mrs. Jackson's husband, charged with murdering her. Announcing The GRAND OPENING of LETHBRIDGE KAWASAKI Sales and Service See These Models On Display ... Kawasaki Kawasaki Kawasaki 90 TRAIL years ago and the outcome may depend on whether Canadians back into the future or do the to^research and planning necessary to help shape events. Eight-five per cent of Canada's population would be concentrated in five mega-cities- Mont real, Toronto, Winnipeg, Halifax and Vancouver. Development of coastal cities would be spurred by growth of a huge industry to farm the seas and provide millions ot tons annually of proteins foe food. Most Canadians would work 160 days of the year and have 205 free days, except for professionals, executives and accountants. By the mid-1990s Canada's economy would be completely integrated with the United States but Canada would retain its political identity. Computer devices as small as a box of chocolates would provide the key to individual education and continuing education throughout life would be a reality for most Canadians. Industry would be controlled to a large extent by multi-national corporations as a result of a series of major business mergers. 90 STREET 120 ROAD RUNNER Five speeds, 11 h.p., and BUSHMASTER-Upswept pipe, TRAIL BIKE-With 8 tCCC Homln...... S424 ,,rhta?d... S449 P-d,and,5h.P.$566 Kawasaki 175 BUSHWACKER TRAIL BIKE-With 4 C*7QA speeds and 20 h.p. 9 � OHt Kawasaki 250 SAMURAI STREET BIKE - with five speeds, 31 h.p,, speeds up to 105 m.p.h., CDI Ignition . $929 Kawasaki 250 SIDEWINDER TRAIL BIKE-With 4 �QAJ speeds and 23 h.p. ^OCt Kawasaki 350 AVENGER STREET BIKE - with, five speeds, 42 h.p., speeds up to 115 m.p.h., " COI ignition .. Kawasaki 250 GREEN STREAK $1059 COMPETITION BIKE - with full 30 h.p. Extra complete piston, gaskets, clutch plates. ft,ex!ro .*.pr!ck' $1075 Kawasaki 500 MACH III STREET MACHINE - 5 speeds, d0 h.p., speeds "up to 124 CDI ignition .. . $1249 The Following Models Are Also Available ... Kawasaki Kawasaki Kawasaki 100 CENTURION 100 TRAIL BOSS 350 BIG HORN COMPETITION BIKE - with A TRAIL BIKE - with 10 TRAIL and STREET MACHINE- 18.5 certified h.p $669 speeds and 11,5 h.p........... $599 with 5 speeds. Kit available which ups h.p. to 45.  All models for street and trail standard with Superlube. No mixing of oil and gas  6 mqnth-6000 mile warranty � All machines have Rotary Valvel  Financing available ENTER YOUR NAME IN THE DRAW BARREL FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A MOTORCYCLE CRASH HELMET WORTH $34.95 OPEN TILL 9 9m. DAILY Visit us now at our Grand Opening at LETHBRIDGE KAWASAKI Sales and Service Located At Smoke/s Husky Service 13 St. North Hardievillejtead Ph. 327-6117 Steel production in the first half of the month was running 4.4 per cent ahead of a year earlier, probably establishing a record for the month. In March: Unemployment rose to 542,000 or 6.7 per cent of the labor force, the highest since March, 1964. But on a seasonally-adjusted .basis, it was no worse than in October last year. Food prices declined, but the general consumer price index New Stamp Deal For Vending Machines OTTAWA "(CP) - It will be 24 cents worth of stamps for' a quarter in new booklets for post office vending machines /to be issued-soon, the post office announced here. , ' The new booklets will contain four six - cent stamps. Current booklets contain four six-cent stamps and a single one-cent stamp. Current booklets are not being recalled, the announcement said, but will be replaced by the four-stamp books as they run out. - The post office said the reduced value is a result of rising printing and service costs. EX-MINISTER RETIRES REGINA (CP) - George Willis, a member of the legislature for the last 18 years and minister of highways in the former CCF government, has announced his retirement, effective at the end of the current legislature session. SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices . . Alto repair and replace all types of zippers ... Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR / 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Next to Lethbridge locker and Seafoods) rose to 128.9 on the basis of 1961 prices equalling 100. This was 4.6 per cent higher than in March last year, but an improvement over the five-percent increase recorded in the previous 12-month period. RAW MATERIALS UP Wholesale prices of industrial raw materials rose 1.2 per cent in the month and almost 4.4 per cent in the year from March, 1969. . . ~ Exports rose to $1,339,100,000 from $1,216,100,000 in March, 1969, and imports increased to $1,204,800,000 from .$1,103,200,000, resulting in a commodity trade surplus of $134,300,00 for the month. This brought the surplus in Canada's favor to $607,200,-000 for the first quarter of 1970, compared with - $202,600,000 in the same period last year. Construction started on 7,329 new urban houses and apartments, a sharp drop front the unusually high figure of .11,679 in March last year. The annual rate of' construction starts was down to 169,300 from the. country's need for-230,000 a year on the average in the first half of the 1970s, as projected by the Economic Council of Canada. Novel Approved WELLINGTON (Reuters) -Philip Roth's novel Portady's Complaint, was declared not indecent by the New Zealand indecent publications tribunal. By a majority, the tribunal decided not to place any age restriction on the sale of the novel. ' ; In February: Average wages and salaries in manufacturing rose to $131.87 from $129.51 a week in January, and were 9.2 per cent higher than a year earlier. Consumer' prices in the same 12-month period, as previously reported, were up fiva per cent. Industrial production rose 2.2 per cent in the month, showing a strong recovery from last summer and fall's slump caused by strikes. But industrial production was only 3.9 per cent higher than a year earlier. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th Sf. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lethbridge ROSS HOSAK, C.P.M. 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 OtMLY! 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 CrOSSWOrd - *>7 WamLiitwfaiiak LET'S GO TRAVELING ACROSS 1 Prizes. 7 Drifter. 12 Quasi. 16W.W. t| powers. SO Fellow: colloq. 21 Feudal tribute. 23 Femlnina name. 24 Football unit.. 25 Schedule entry, with 27-A. 27 See 2S-A. 29 Make possible. 30 Track event 32 Race an engine. 33 Baden, for one. 38 Wagon. 37 Slangy negatives. 39"lndy" features. 42 In a rage. 44 Tag. 1 Bring to a peak. 2 Existed. 3 Hlgh.ln the scale. 4 Louis 17-D. for one. 6 Capital feature. 6 Substitute. 7 In - (certain). 5 Like ruby. 9 Commedia del-. 1011th cen-tury date. 11 Small dog. 12 Fragrant E. Indian wood. 13 Yielding. 45 Battle capital. 46 Lawyer: abbr. 48 Root. ;, 49 Quadrant ; - eights. 60 Took notice. 61 Dudgeon. 62 Less. 63 Traveler'* purchase. 56 Patisserie item. ' E7 Moderates. 68 Skin: comb, form. 69 Performs. 60 Ex -. 61 W.W. II arena. 62 "You can - horse ." 63 Flurries. 65 Dispense with. 66 Man In the ring. - 67 See 75-A. 69 Eastern greeting. 70 Timet of day. 72�atcall. 73 Employ. . 74 Portuguese district. 75 Last atop. 8Q Curriculum Item: abbr. S3 Clydesdales. 84 Femlnina nickname. 85 Civil War . general. 86 Heliophile'i � goal. 87 Mountain crest. 83 German pronoun. 89 Being: Sp. 90 Extra. 92 Dampens. 93 Rapid 'transit. 97 Carries. 98 Elected: 99 Legal actions. 100 Straighten. 101 Controverts. Fr. DOWN 14 Gershwin. 38 15 Civil War admiral. 40 16 Existing. 41 17See4-D. 42 18-nutshell 43 19 Musical 44 offering: 45 abbr 22 Uproar. 47 26 Upland 49 lake., 28 Sum up. 60 31 Slippery 63 one. 54 33 Minutely 65 grooved. 34 Moment of 66 commit- 60 ment. 35 Quibble. . 62 37 Zola novel. 63 Comply; Ceremonies. Train stop. Layer. Rueful. Overlook. Sheriff. Does a yard chore. ' Belief. Aida'a composer. Reject. USSR port. Undiluted. Personal: pref.-Virulent. Acted the Infant. Advances. Narrative. 102 German article. 103 CorSo money. . 104 Lay to. 105 Forty. 107 Whole. 109 Auto. ,110 Cleaner. 111 Letteri. 112 Clock symbol. 113 Coracle. 114 Certain Persians. 116 Ticket purchase. 120 Famed U.S. painting. 127 This month: abbr. 128 German article. 129 Social ' affair. 130 Derivation. 131 Letters. 132 Family members 133 Lock, 134 Rag. 6* Noun, ending. 85 Fictional ship. 67 Recipient.' 68"Snug a* - M 69 Where ' Malmo Is. 71 Ovens. 74Temptrese. 75 Hoots. 76 Fearsome one. 77 Come out. 78 Chinese city. 79 Egyptian queen of the gods. 81 Fields. 82 Reality, 83 Hemmed and -� 84 Insect stages. 88 Wield. 90 Marie et Therese. 91 Puerto Rlcan port. 93 Drew forth. 94 Greets. 95 Hit with  open hand. 96 Schedule. 99 Tartan.' 101 Most dull: si. 104 Fluffy scarf. 105 Patisserie Items. 106 Launder. 108 Choices at the beauty . shop. 109 Gets by. 110 Vaults. 113 Constrict. 114 Study. 115 Classte portico. 116 Improvise. 117 Singleton. 118 Wield. 119 Inlet: Sp. 121 Negative. 122 NNE, e.g. 123 Routine. 124 One of the humanities* 125 Dessert. . 126 Gaelic sea god. Diagramless 19 x 19, by Anne Halloran ACROSS 1 Shower. 5 Matures, 9 - more. 10 Uncle: Sp. 13 Grain used for brewing. 14 Sweetsop. 15 Kind of artist. 18 European country. 19 Shade tree. 20 Narrow board. 21 Falls back. 24 Late actor - March. 27 Musical group. 28 Sphere of action-Si Hang behind. 34 Take care of. 35 Actor - Toomey. 36 Gem State. 38 Ma's mate. 39 Lithe. 41 Magazine Item. 43 Token of reward. 44 Weird. ,46 In addltiom 49 Female sheep. 60 Slip. 61 Chair. 62 Jewel. 63 Circle of light. 64 Cease progress. 58 Unrefined mineral. 60 Turn aside. 62 Manager of an estate. 67 Police entrance. 68 Wheel hub, 69 Pig pen. 70 Sea eagle. 71 Mariana Island. 72 Hairlike part. DOWN 1 White and bay horse. 2 Opponent. 3 Frozen desserts. 4 Bird's home. 6 Catkin. 6 Fuel; 7 Otherwise. 8 Small dagger. 10 Poetic contraction. 11 Little devils. 12 Mllky-hued stone. 16 Inlet. 17 Shaded fabric. 22 Storage chest. 23 Turf. 24 Stringed Instrument. 65 - Gardner. 63 Take  56 Permits. chance. 57 Jog 25 Region. 33 Sports. 45^ Outfit. 26 Chair 37 Achilles' -. 46 Baseball support.. 40 Tool. bat wood. 29 Longest river..41 Officer's 47 Meadow" 69 Jacob's 30 Remark off assistant. 48 Beauty brother, center. � 42 Consider. parior. 61 Attempt. ,_____..... 31Flne cotton. 43 Traveling by 64 Apartment of 62 Greek god 66 Power com* 32 Fuss. car. women only. of war. plex: Init. 64 Where money If coined. 65 Thought. SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES FR E Til L A S FlRl I At Nl El Tl ananrani man biiqbbc HOIi GlllHIinniHEE BEE BOH DQET bhsb dehe HEiaU QI1UH Hirna amana bbb mm ubh huh uma uuueje uuu mnoiEi BEOD 0011 DUD ?QM huuuljuljui3 lilUU fagnrainH men beuege DfHEl Giiiau fill hue h. M E1 ciuauau uuljuu deed ekeeh SEHIHniinilRinDEllTl GEEEEEEEnilT HUH EJI1EH3 HflllllB ode BEBE assoi niHRn eeee eege eiek ramiaraniram innnn ebee aaaamm nnmra mama beeche nninran ranciEECKcnEm eeeeie mmau mmmu mmm tmn oeee amna mm egek egeejue bee naniaaBB heeb gueuegeuue Umm BBDUBIELWIU uuuu ranmraniannHE ghhqd ekeuuue rorara dhbbd eeuu ewe uiauu HHH0 BQQGUUti UUIilK HiinnTO HHrainiiEEnGEE cedbe nmnraran raranK biker eeheoe niaPiH QnBE egdbeee ciEin anirara nnRn dodo ercb 1MB KEEOE eeeg DUE FiaraninHinnnra beeisiiei3Biieee ramnnra menn iTeee beebee CRYPTOGRAMS 1.HEA FHERALY FIACIAL LAKLOMALNCHLY, PHYSACOPY, EL PHBCLNPAZCODA ZOTTY INDA RHEA SHtA CH PINEMA CIA TODAY HK SHRALE FHSAB. - By Ruth Walbridg* 2. TUO DEN KIUSTLA jeij mud UPNTSOUPIli MONDTUO SO KNINGUAN, DUM ALLTLA ITPONGTUI. - Myrtle W.Cn�hm�� Last Week's Cryptograms 1. Bachelors never come In batehes; when a rich one arrives, some clever woman snatches. 2. Two squirrels quarreled with a noisy Jay while their child cached juicy nuts away. >. "Joy-riders" ride as you walk; "jay-walkers" walk as you ride. D Field Enterprises, Inc.. 1970 ;