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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 inMBRIDGE KfRAlD Thundav, Auijuil 24, Canada cant explain spread in selling price of food, beverages llr .TAMKS Ntn.SON OTTAWA (CIM While the prices of fowl sold at retail for home consumption rose moi'o than tour por cent last month. Statistics Canada reported Wednesday I'mt Hie selling prices ol the fcxxls nnd liever- Incliisric.s rcxso only lour- r The consumer price index for foods for homo coiisnmpUon, also based on JEHU prices cqiutl- MOKTUEAI. fCP> Lawyer i were aware o( the luutalizing Pierre Cloutier's charges that effect the prison has on piison- "inhuman" conditions' prevail jers, government would lie nt Montreal's St. Vincent embarrassed it would have Paul Penitentiary are "the [to close it down." most stupid thing 1 ever C'loutier said prisoners heard." say.s the reginnal direc- complained of winitnwless iso- tor of federal penitentiaries. latixi cells and a cham- A n h e f t LcKciTii'iT siiid IHM--' those "who go her- prisoners at the: ure supposedly pacified maximum-security unit Tlio industry .selling price In-ilex covers domcslic food innn-ufacUirers and processors only. I'rice.s of foods shipped into Canada Ihcrcfoi'c; arc not covered by Ihe selling index. N'or does Ihc industry selling index cover transportation charges between tlic food mfin-lifncllirer or processor and food retail consumer price hulex for food also can Ire f enl higher hy retail mark-ups. Statistics Canada said of 23 ndn-slrics iu Ihe foods and leverages field, 12 reported higher irices in July, three reported lower prices, and eiglil reported no change from June. Higher prices were reported i i slaughtering and meat mid In fish products Industries. There were sharply reduced refinery prices for sugar. Across the broad field of nil Industries, selling prices rose less Ihau four-tenths of one per cent last month, with 52 indus-ries reporting Walter prices, 12 lower, and 37 unchanged. Tim July index was 4.2 per cenl higher than a year earlier. CREATIVE ARE YOU? Onto tmurncd as being only for geniuses, creative thinling is for everybody. Coynes nro being offered in universi ies ond jefcools, and corpora-tions ore giving home assignments. In WoeVend Mngarino Ihis Salurdoy, Konnclh explains whol creative thinking ii all about. IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND Vatican alarmed VATICAN CITY (Renter) The Vatican, whose priceless I'ieta sttlue hy Michelangelo v.'as badly tlatnngcd in a hammer attack last Way, announced Monday it is installing a complex alarm system lo guard its many art crop losses Ixxrausc of heavy rain this month will exceed Tlic six town- ships between here and the Ot- tawa River on the (trenched in the last two days. More than one inch of rain fell overnight, adding to more than three inches received since Monday, "Rif'M now the hay is float- CAI.GARY A city police ;ng in the fields.11 said Ileg Shav Duffin. a Toronto aclor, j narcotics squad officer says lie secretary of the com- niiltcc Which was set up last week to study Hie situation. To make matters worse, farm machinery sinks axle deep in mud. The committee said the 000 represented thc amount of money it would take to replace crops which were lost. Losses of up (n fiO por cent have Itecri reported. Hoods areas and 15 cars of a 50-car Ontario Northland Railway freight train like a pro- ccarpU of the Into Irish pod, In a lusher ga nf thc into Irish pi work at tho Don j.'f'l lo about .t. i address- Tim prisonrrs willi infi a scrvlce chin luncheon. which wcntld have persons re- porting drug traffickers. applause to the reading. Behan, a graduate cum laude of numerous houses of deten- tion, spent a brief period in To- ronto's j.iil. Fore fashion said he didn't like the program because it meant young people would IK; informing on their friends. lln said a similar propram [ricd in didn't work too well; it wy.s only 3.7 per rent effective of 180 reports received in six months, (here were only seven! jcK Numerous basetnonf. were reported in both convictions, He also .said there was a dan- ger such a program could he used to "frame'1 innocent per- sons. FLOAT OVER AU'S STELLA. Italy A i Scotsman and his American j pilot completed the first' cross- ing of the Swiss and Ilalian Alps by hot-air balloon Monday night, landing in a ficUl near this town 50 miles northeast of Turin. Donald Cameron, 33, and Marl Yarry, 32, Hew the balloon over Monte Rosa's peak. of the city because of a wash- out. There were no Injuries re- port eel. INSURANCE IIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 tower Floor 517 4th S. Phone 327-1541 Work sliti'Lcd on airstrips in Arctic areas CALGARY ICP) Construc- tion has started on two gravel airstrips which arc the first of six to IK built in remote Arctic arras by Ihc federal govern- ment. Thc strip at Whale Cove, nn the northwestern shore of Hud- son f'ay, is lo completed by the end of next month and one a Cape Dorset, on thc south- I crn tip of Baffin Island, should I be done next year. The strips arc planned for 1 feet in length and are lo I handle Hercules transports. The work is being carried out hy armed forces engineers from Edmonton with local natives providing some of thc labor. No. 1 Hard? that doesn't sound like a whisky But it is-the best-made with choice grains from right around home. We in grain country have a name for quality No, 1 Hard-ask for it Cenlral Canadian Distillers Corp. Lid., Weyfourn, fort Inr W n lim I Prairie I.tvJucl-. "CHARGE IT" Pre-cut 45" Brushed Denim. 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