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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THf LPHttlDOI HIIAIB _ NEW GLASSES Wired lor these all-climate spec- -lacles are an unusual new lashian note on the Paris Kene. Powered by battery, the busy little blades give a lady a clear outlook on the world in all kinds of weather. Selling prices spiral OTTAWA (CP) Manufac- turing industry selling prices rose 3.7 per cent in 1971, a year in which consumer prices rose by full live per Canada reported Tuesday. The industry selling price index covers price movements in 100 lines of manufacturing, ranging from foods and bever- ages to heavy machinery. Based on 1961 prices equalling 100. it stood at 123.2 in Decem- ber compared with 118.8 a year earlier. On the same basis, the consumer price index last month stood at 136.3, compared with 129.8 a year earlier. The spread between the change in selling prices by in- dustry and tiie rise in consumer buying prices isn't explained simply. Industry prices include whole- sale prices between one indus- Uy arid another, and the over- all index is affected by the vol- ume of sales. It also is limited to manufactured goods. SERVICES INCLUDED The consumer price index covers services as well as goods at the retail level. About 300 goods and services which figure large in the spending habits of urban and lower- and middle-in- come families are covered. Changes in the volume of sales from one year to another do not affect ilie consumer price index. Statistics Canada said that in Hie latest the manufacturing industry sell- ing price index applying to all industries rose by one-half of one per cent. The all-items con- sumer price index rose by sev- en-tenths of one per cent in De- cember. were unchanged in 43 of the 100 manufacturing indus- tries last month. Forty recorded higher selling prices, and 17 re- ported lower prices. The statistics bureau said the more notable changes were in- creases in the foods and bever- ages group of il industries, mainly attributable to higher sugar prices. Prices asl.ed by meat slaughtering and packing, and poultry processors were also higher. The foods and bev- erages industry indexes were up 5.2 per cent for the year. Motor vehicle manufacturers' prices were up, and moderate advances were recorded in the pnper and Billed products indus- tries, and in wood products. Some lower industry selling prices were reported by pri- mary metals, petroleum and coal products manufuctuiers. Drop plans for Banff park roads CALGARY (CP) The Na- tional Parks brandi said Tues- day that plans for three hich- ways into wilderness areas of Banff National Park have been dropped. Assistant Director Pcler Le- senux of Ottawa said plans for three visitor service centres, similar to UK one announced for Lake Louise, have also been dropped. Tlw roads and the service centres were opposed at public hearings lost year into maslcr plans for the parks. Conservationists said Uic roads and centres would lead to n degradation of the porks rix< they would no longer he the natural areas they were set aside to bo. Martens Hardware Foodliner We're marking Five Years of Service to you, our wonderful customers. Come join us as we celebrate two big weeks of sale prices Our way of saying "Thanks" for your patronage. Sale Starts Thursday, Jan. 27thl name for the FREE PRIZES WORTH OF RECORDS BIRD AND CAGE plus many more HAMS IGA we really. 59' Freih ground...................... Ib. GRAPEFRUIT RUBY RED 8! 97 POTATOES CUCUMBERS 4f.r 1.00 RADISHES buncn9c Freezer Special! j HAMBURGER ND 4 SIDES ef PORK STEAK Sides of 3 b UK COIL SAUSAGE................n, 69t FROZEN FOODS ICE CREAM it AC SILVERWOODS FRUIT, 3 pintetn..... FROZO PEAS 2 for89c Ib. each 3-lb. pkg. MARGARINE LARD FLOUR FROM OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Pears Navel Oranges Fancy Lettuce Suey or Bok Choy Cheez Whiz....................... Panti 69e Mir Detergent 89e L'rsterine bgnl. 99e Smarties.................................n, 59c Apple Pie Filling Sun 3 1.00 Cherry Pie Filling 2 1.00 Whole Chicken Instant Coffee TOP v0iu............IO-CL 1.39 Coffee 89e Coffee Mate.................... 16.01 99e 9 Z for OJC STRAWBERRIES 15-oz. Z for Jelly Powders Nabob 12 1.00 Puddings Nqb6b 8 for 1.00 Peanut Butter 1-00 Orange Crystals 5unBOid lwin 3 (or 1.00 Duncan Nines pkg. Luncheon Meat Jubiiet... n.OI. ,-m 3 for 1.00 Corned Beef 55e Sockeye Salmon Robin Red 2 1.00 BONE CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS COFFEE PERCOLATOR 25% DISCOUNT ON BAPCO PAINTS .22 CAL. LONG RIFLE SHELLS Box MAC TAG Decorative Covering Large Assortment yu. Martens C-60 CASSEHES 7? EACH GARBAGE CANS Swlngtop 4.91 3'19 1 GALLON PAILS 37 COFFEE MUGS Wosrie for 4: 49 COFFEE MUGS Insulated for SPONGE MOPS DECORATED FRUIT BOWLS 7? EACH ARTIFICIAL CHAM-PADS 33' EACH SPONGE SOAP DISHES EACH SUPER HOCKEY BLADES 7? EACH Hardware Foodliner GROCERIES PHONE 345-3933 COALDALE 9 HARDWARE PHONE 345-4322 ;