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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta VY.dn.idoy, May 10, 1970 THE IRHHIDOI HERALD 31 Requisition Is Received COALDALE WINS) The town of Coaldalc has received its first school requisition for 1970 from the department of education. It was for the amount uf This goes to Uie school foundation plan. Two more such requisitions (for the same amount) will follow later in the year. This makes the total for 1970 towards the school foun- dation plan which the town oi Coaldale contributes. Last year it .was about In addition to this the town receives supnlementary ;chbol requisitions from the County cf Lethbridge No. 26 and Ccaldale Separate School Dis- trict. BEGAN IN FLORIDA Water-skiing is said to have originated in Whiter Haven, Fla Bankers Are Confident U.S. To Solve Problems HOT SPRINGS, Va. (AP) Canadian and European bank- ers say they are confident the United States will solve its eco- nomic problems even though some Americans seem pessimis- tic. "I often think I am far more confident about America's fu- ture than most of the people who live here." remarked John Young, chairman of Canada's prices and income board, during the American Banker's Associa- tion international monetary con- ference here. Allen T. Lambert, chairman of the Toronto Dominion Bank, put it this way: "Your own people can con- tribute to a credibility gap which we don't [eel. If you pers. ist, then we must have doubts, but I think there is a little too much questioning of the sincer- ity of the people whom we feel are honestly tfying to solve your problems." EXPERIMENT A SUCCESS Young called Canada's own experiment in price-wage guide- lines "a moderate success." He said, however, it might require "more unilateral action" by the government to draw wage and salary earners into this co-oper- ative effort. Earlier, Dr. Peter B. Kenen, ah economist and provost of Columbia University in New York, told the conference he be- lieves that the political effects of U.K. intervention in Cam- bodia will make the Nixon ad- Bagging attachment kit optional at We have used mowers Trade now for extra generous allowances! CONVENIENT TERMS! You Always Do Better at LAWN MOWER SPECIAL! DELUXE 18-INCH ELECTRIC MOWER Top of the line with foldawoy chrome swing-over handle with pivot lock, push button stop and start, wheel height ad- justers on 7-inch whitewall wheels 1 year parti and labor guarantee. Regulir 89.95. NOW ONLY 74.95 You Save Downtown 606 608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 NORTH- LETHBRIDGE 324 13th Street N. Phone 328-4441 ministration's attempt to curb inflation more difficult. Kenen said he believes widen- ing She wai1 in Indochina will lessen Nixon's "moral capac- ity" to convince the country of a need to restrain wage-and- increases. Treichl, a member of the managing board of Credi- tanstalt Dankervein in Vienna, said: "The U.S. could easily combat inflation, unless hindered by in- ternal polities. The U.S. is really not much involved in for- eign trade in terms of its gross national product, so it might feel that it is ah1 right to become isolationist, but it would dimin- ish your people as world power No. 1." Arthur F. Burns, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, told the bankers here that wage and price guidelines may be a temporary necessity in the United States. Burns said: "We should not close our minds to the possibil- ity that an incomes policy, prov- ided it's stopped well snort of direct price and wage controls and was issued merely as a sup- plement to over-all fiscal and monetary measures, might speed us through this transi- tional period." Burns declined to expand on his remarks about an incomes policy. It was generally believed here that he meant a government push for voluntary co-operation between labor and management to keep wages and prices within reasonable rates of increase. Conference At Taber TABER (HNS) The Taber Stake LDS quarterly confer- ence will be held this weekend at the Stake Centre. A leadership session, to which all youth over 16 years are invited will be held Satur- day at 7 p.m. The public is cordially In- vited to the general session at JO a.m. Sunday. Stake President Kenneth P. Anderson will direct eat- ings, there being no scheduled visitor from church headquar- ters in 'Salt Lake City. Tltc IcthbruUje Herald INVITES YOU TO USE THIS HANDY GROCERY SHOPPERS1 LIST Check the Grocery Ads on pages 5, 8, 9, 13 and 23 of Today's Herald Blades Rnlfinty Boking Cream ToHet Aids Napkins Tissue In rnnlfinff Supplies Flour All Mustard Pepptr Salad Lard Mayonaitt Salt Shortening SpIcM Potatoes Sa.nach Tomatoes CANNED FOODS Applesauce Fruits Fruit Cocktail Fruit Jukes Food Baby Cereal Canned Dinners Cake Mixes Packaged Dinners Candy Canned Fish Canned Poultry Canned Meat Carbonated Ground Beef Steak Ham Liver Pork Sausage Turkey Veal Pins Cleansing Tissue Detergents Foil Wrap Plastic Wrap Freezer Supplies Liqht Bulbs Paper Bags Laundry Soap Mops Pails Iclno Syrup Tea Vinegar PRODUCE Apples Grapefruit Lemons Corn Mixed Peas Pumpkin Tomatoes Tomato Vegetable Juices BAKERY DEPT. Buns Chocolate Syrup Cereal (dry) Cereal (cooking) Instant Items Ciaarettes Pet Foods Fruit Gelatins or Jam Macaroni Mixes Noodles Cheese Cheese Spread Cream Eqqs Marqarlne Sour Cream Ice Cream Milk HEALTH and BEAUTY AIDS Picnic Supplies Cleanser Starch Shoe Polish Wax Paper Window Cleaner Wax Wafer Softener OTHERS Pears Cookies Peanut Butter Lotions Headache Another Public Service by The Lcthkidgc Herald GREEK CROSS WEED FEED SPECIAL PRICE IN EFFECT THURSDAY ONLY! A complete lawn fertilizer and containing a 2-4D to do 2 jobs at once. to use. Just apply with ordinary lawn fertilizer spreader. Regular 3.95 Regular 6.65 F ,49 1Mb. bag covers 22-lb. bag coven iq. ft. Special %J Regular 1.10. Special Garbage) Can Large 1614 Imperial Gallon Size with snug fitting lock cover, rugged ribbed construction. A no Peony Rings Heavy gauge wire covered with, green plastic. Special, Only 3-Gallon COMPRESSED AIR SPRAYER Melnor straps. 1 1 QQ Special ___ 1 liTT 1. Oscillating (all 2. Turret 3. Travelling 4. Pulsators 5. Revolving S. Square Omn Folding GARDEN FENCE 18" High, 10 Gauge 1 OQ Wire. Reg. J.I 9. Only eOT NO. 40 GREENLINE ROCKWELL EDGER TRIMMER For grass trimming and edging. Complete with Mfety guard. ONLY 59.97 QT NO. 36 GREENLINE ROCKWELL Double Edge Hedge Trimmer With Built-On Pruning Saw. ONLY........-............ NO. 35 OREENLINE ROCKWELL Single Edge Hedge Trimmer 39.97 With Built-On Pruning Saw. ONLY.................. NO. 45 OREENLINE ROCKWELL Electric Grass Shears For gross trimming where your mower can't get at. ONLY..... 49.97 OPEN TILL 9 THURS. AND FRI. NIGHTS You Always Do Better At: DOWNTOWN MM. MS 3rd t. 3J7-J767 NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13th it. N. 3JM441 Green Bamboo GARDEN STAKES 25 Stakes Per Bundle 1.29 GARDEN HOSE SADDLE Mounts on wall for safe hose storage. Steel Construction. Just Say "Charge It" a Convaniont Hoyt Charge Account! ;