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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wrdnesticty, April 18, 197? 1 ars Pyramidal height 8'-1 5' Siberian height 8'-15', very hardy for this area. Global shape to max. 3' YOUR CHOICE s Savin spreading to approx. 4' fams spreading to approx. 2' Andorra spreading to approx. 3' Hefz spreading to approx. 4' YOUR CHOICE Blue spreading to approx. 5' Green spreading to approx. 5' Golden spreading to approx. 3' MUGHO PINE needle height approx. 4' habit is globular YOUR CHOICE COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE Lovely Evergreen trees that grow from 20' to 25'. Even pyramidal shape. EACH Assorted Garden Tools Rakes D-haricMe shovei 4.47 Short toothed rake Fork 4.37 Fan Hoe..... 3.47 Long handle shovel 8.87 lawn edger 3.97 B D Shrub and Hedge Trimmer 13" with 13" with 16" with single Wade 2.0 omps double tdcjD b'otJ 2.0 omps. double ?dg 2.2 15.35 24.94 29.95 COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Daily 9 n.m. Jo 6 p.m. 9 o.m. !o 9 p.m. Good Friday 10 OuOntifici. Consumer prices climb in 10 Carvadian cities OTTAWA Cijiis-.pmr j pi-ices di-nucd ilur'mi; March in j H> major cities, bill, dipped slightly in Thunder Bay, Ont.. and stayed the same in Winnipeg, Statistics Canada re- ported Tuesday. Greatest mor.thly increase in Vancouver, v.-hci-c rose seven-tenths of per cent between March and Kelirn- ary. But St. John's. Ni'ld., Je-1 the rest on a yearly bas's. Prices tliere rose 0.1! per cent between Jast March and March, 1972. In Thunder Bay, prices dropped one-tenth of one per cent, but remained 4.5 per cent above those a year ago. March prices in Winnipeg were unchanged from those in February, but were still five per-cent higher than those in March, 1972. Statistics Canada said food prices rose in all cities but Thunder Bay and Winniceg, re- flecting higher prices for meat, fish, poultry, fresh produce and bakery goods. Prices for eggs, tomatoes, carrots, bananas and margarine, however, dropped somewhat. Housing costs rose in all cities except Toronto and Que- i bee City, mainly because of higher prices for some furniture and appliances, textiles and household supplies. Clothing prices varied. ST. JOHN'S Prices rose six-tenths of a per cent between February and I M.'iK'-h to reach (i.ii per cent more than those in March, 1972. lAwd prices jumped in response I to increase in meat, turkey. and such things as sugar, ice cream and bakery pro-iiic'.s. Increased newspaper j subscription rales accounted for a rise of 2.4 per cent in the rec- j renlion and reading components of the price index. But clothing prices and those for chicken, to- matoes, lettuce and soft drinks, dropped. i HALIFAX Prices rose six-tenths of a per cent between the two months I and stood 4.3 per cent higher than prices in March, 1972. j Food costs, particularly beef, pork, poultry and fresh vege- j tables, rose, but ortfiges, bananas and evapo- rated Increased transit fares and higher au- i tomobile operating costs con- tributed to a rise in trans- portation prices. Higher prices I for furniture, dishes and sheets itorstributed to increase hous- ing costs. SAINT JOHN Prices rose two-tenths of a psr cent between Febraury and March to reach a level 5.1 per cent above those a year ago. Beef, pork, poultry, fruit, vege- tables, jam and other food price increases contributed to an in- crease in the food index, despite a drop in the cost of sirloin steak, bacon, eggs, cheese and powdered milk. Clothing prices rose, as did housing and trans- portation costs and the cost of phonograph records. QUEBEC CITY Prices rose three-tenths of a per cent between March and February, nv'inly because of higher food costs, and stood four per cent higher 'than March, 1972. Restaurant prices rose, as did the cost of beef, pork, poultry, fresh vegetables, Youngster 111 car cr asli A three-year-old boy was given nine stitches to' close a deep gash in his neck this morning ater he was injured in a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of 20th St. and 7th Ave. S. Jarnes Scott, of 1216 10th Ave. N., who was treated and re- leased at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, was a passenger in a car westbound on 7th Ave. The car was driven by Ryan Rigor, 18, of 2022 7th Ave. S. The Rigor vehicle was in col- lision with a vehicle north- bound on 20th St., driven by Viv- ian Pickett, 40, of Lethbridge. Damage is estimated at I sugar and other food. The cost I of nien's suits and shirts, boys' trousers and sport. shirts, girls' dresses and infants' wear dropped. MONTREAL, Price rose only one-tenth of a per cent in March from Febru- ary, but were 4.4 per. cent higher than those a year ear- lier. Food, costs led the in- crease. But there were rises as well in the cost of bicycles, camera film and television re- pair charges. Clothing costs generally dropped. OTTAWA March prices were up two- tenths of a per cent from-.those in February and 5.3 per ,ceht above those in year. cost of food, laundry, dry cleaning and shoe repairs led the rise. Clothing prices, how- ever, dropped. TORONTO Prices in March rose thro- tenths of a per cent from those in February and 5.7 psr cent from those a year earlier. Food prices contributed heavily to the increase, as did. costs for clothing, car and truck licence fees, television repairs, bicycles and camera film. THUNDER BAY Food prices, contrary .to: the national trend, dipped as did the price for gasoline, tires and fender replacements. Health costs also dropped as a jesult of a decline in toilet soap prices, toothpaste and' shaving cream. Housing costs, on the other hand, rose. WINNIPEG Prices were five per cent above those in March, 1972, de- spite being unchanged between Febraury and March. Food prices dipped slightly between the two months as did clothing and transportation costs. Hous- ing costs, Jed by more expensive furniture, textiles, dishes and glasses, rose. SASKATOON-REGINA Prices rose three-tenths of a percent between February and March to a level 4.4 per cent above those a year earlier. Food prices led the increase. But there were also rises in bus and taxi. fares in Regina and higher automobile operating costs in both cities. Cigarette and beer prices also rose, but clothing prices dropped. EDMONTON-CALGARY Between February and March, prices rose four-tenths of a percent to a point 5.1 per :ent higher than those in March, 1972. Food prices rose in response to higher grocery and restaurant costs. Higher electricity and telephone rates also contributed to the rise, h i I'd r e n' s' clothing prices dipped. VANCOUVER Prices rose seven-tenths of a percent between February and March to a level five per cent above those a year Food prices jumped, as did costs for clothing, car mainte- nance and .repairs, bicycles, toys, phonograph records and television repairs. Housing costs also rose in response to in- creases in; bedroom suite prices and appliances. Prince Philip to receive forces colors LAHR, West Germany (CP) Three flights of the Canadian Forces their colors Friday, May 4, by Prince Philip at the Baden-Sbellingen base. In a statement released here, the armed forces said the pre- sentation of colors will be ac- companied by an artillery sa- lute and a ceremonial flypast. Colors are presented to arm- ed forces units only after 25 years of active duty, man said. The flights which will receive their colors May 4 are ground and airborne units servicing and operating aircraft; which make up part of Ganadas NATO contingent. The units are based at Lahr and Baden-Soellingen. PLAID BAGGiES FOR BOYS' GREAT FOR CASUAL WEAR! Sturdy Canadian construction with all round belt loops, 2 frontier pockets, lightening zipper and 2" cuff. Wash- able. In Blue, Brown or Green pat- terns. Cotton 8-12 pair 14-18 pair Husky pair We've 90! what you're looking for in Boys' Plaid Baggies! The perfect match for a plain blazer. Parts are made of 100% Polyester double knit and have a Full cuff. In asosrfed plaids end checks. Sizes 8-18. PAIR BOYS' CORDUROY WESTERN STYLE JACKET Features 2 pockets, snap closure front. KNIT COAT A FINE BUY AT THIS PRICE Boys' Knitted Flares at a Price that's Bound to Please 1 00r' 5 po! lc sp cr 'cr r ould for; Up- such sin ale breezed styling. 100% Polyester Double Knit flares. 5e3eciion of colourful checks oble. )n assorted shades, PAIR BOYS' NYION SHEll JACKET IN TWO POPULAR STYLES! SIZE 18 EACH or Tocct !.1ylc. Sizes S. M. I. Open Daily 9 a.m Thursday 9 o.m. Closed Good to 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fridoy We reserve the right to limit quaniifies. COLLEGE SHOPPING MAU 2025 Mayor Mograth Drive IF YOU TAKE PRICES cr- F.W.. WOCLWORTr, r.O :V; T. ;