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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Motorist To Pay More Tuesday, October 13, 1970 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD IS For By BUI) by the Dominion Bu- Lid. increased its prices by Canadian Frees Staff of Statistics increased of 1.6 per c e n t. The per cent during the for models with average Many 1971 model cars sold through equipment went up 2.1 Canada will be more of foreign cent compared with com- than the comparable 1970 say changes in price 1970 models. els but the increases were moderated by the Canada Ltd. cut the generally favorable in in. the value of the price, except for com- son with changes in the dollar in relation to by .5 per cent. The aver- sumer' price price for. compacts went up Average suggested prices Motor Co. "of per cent. manufacturers' lines range said the prices of its Motors (Canada) about three per cent were increased by announced an average 'In- ;han 1970 prices and there per c e n t. The of 1.9 per cent. The price some price cuts. The auto parent corporation its basic Gremlin, which ers also say they have this week a slight out in the middle of the new to comply revision of model-year, was unchanged new safety and prices. A the larger, four-passenger standards and cost Ford of Canada said it increased -in price by are greater than price studying its price per cent. there may be Canada Ltd. in- The consumer price Motors of its average prices by 1.5 per cent. Prices of in Germany went Jet by about 3.0 per cent. Canadian Motors Industrie Ltd., distributors of Toyota, did make any price increases. DL-puis, director the Figures In sales division, said some price increases had been planned .but were -not implemented when the Canadian dol- was revalued. VANCOUVER (CP) a crash into Georgia dollar, until June 1, was turbulence from a jet 3Vz miles west of by government action at will play a major part in at the cents U.S. and traded on damages action filed in firm claims the crash currency markets couver Exchequer Court from negligence on within one per cent of the ing from a fatal crash near of the department in value. The government couver International the Aztec into the the dollar -to float free April 22, turbulence of a Boeing recently it has traded at B.C. Airlines Ltd. is suing 98 cents U.S. This means federal department of Airlines alleges that Canadian dollar buys more for and costs, was negligent negligence by the to provide any STANDARD in what is believed to be one instruction to its Automobile Co. (Can- the first cases of its type on vortex turbulence; Ltd. has price changes for it was negligent in Datsuns ranging from a re- Pilot John Boak was advise, the Aztec's pilot of to an increase of and the fern's twin created by the in Ontario. Price changes Piper Aztec aircraft in other provinces because differing emission-control re- for 1970 models. for 1971 was standardized across Canada. M. H. Miki, vice-president and general manager of Nissan of invites you to attend the Lethbridge said price increases moderated by the change L2000 Computer the value of the dollar. He said because the dollar has not been re pegged, the company to estimate a change in E4000 Direct Accounting in computing its prices. That estimate was "almost" as as the cur rent trading Burroughs Demonstrating He said that if the dollar Is 2630 at a value higher than the company's estimate these Lethbridge, may be applied to the The L2000 electronic billing computer ,is a revolutionary development representing fundamental design advances in low cost billing equipment, with data price structure. Oar manufacturers, when averaging suggested price increases, generally deal with munication averages to account The. E4000 direct accounting computer provides different sales volumes for Premises computing core memory models. sing speeds, magnetic striped ledger memory, Miki said Nissan did not capability for it could release a mean- Thursday average because of increases in sales and expansion Oct. 15: a.m.; p.m.; p.m.; p.m. the Canadian market. Friday Oct. 16: a.m.; p.m.; GROWTH (CP) Dr.. Gordon Shrum, chairman of British MACHINES Hydro and Power Authority, reports the Crown cor- 2630 South Parkside will need million Phone 327-7577 for the power demands the 1980s. IMPORTANT COTTAGE be eligible for ASSESSMENT AND TAX When your dwelling was used exclusively for holiday recreational purposes in the previous year, If your dwelling was riot occupied by you or members your family for more than 120 days during the same If you did not receive revenue by way of rental for the of the dwelling during the same year, If you complete and file a certificate as to fhese not later 15 in the previous To Obtain This Reduction (In YOU MUST FILE YOUR CERTIFICATE BY NOVEMBER 15, At Your Own Municipal Office Where You Remit Your DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL PROVINCE OF A.W, Deputy New Era Of Opportunity Promised Fo r Diplomats THE BOLD AND THE BRAVE This year's Italian Men's Wear Exhibition, held in London, included these two radically different styles. One model wears a midi trench coat with matching cap; the other, a cotton multicolored loincloth. BLACKPOOL, England (AP) Prime Minister Heath closed the annual conven lion of the! Conservative party here with the promise of a new era of op- portunity for British diplomacy abroad and for individual ini- tiative at home. Heath listed four areas for British diplomacy to p 1 a y in- creasingly important roles: Southeast Asia: poli-j ties of the United States to withdraw from Vietnam develop the president's initiative is welcome and ought to be fully supported there may be a chance to establish a new pat- tern of stability and co-opera- tion in that area." He men- tioned plans for a joint defence arrangement by Britain. Aus- tralia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia, in this context. The Middle East: "Britain now has an opportunity, as the violent emotions of the past are stilled, to put our relations with the Arab world on to a new and more realistic oppor- tunity to contribute to peace and security for all states in! be obtained and said this would j benefit all nations of Western Europe. He hailed the recent agreement between West Ger- many and the Soviet Union as creating the opportunity for fur- ther East-West detente and then pledged: "So long as the Soviet Paper Boy Shot By Mistake ANNANDALE, Va. (AP) A 14-year-old boy delivering news- papers was shot to death here by a youth who thought he heard a prawler tampering with his car, Fairfax County police reported. Police identified the dead youth as Todd McKinney, a Washington Post newspaper de- livery hoy. Police said William Psimas, 18, was charged with homocide. Bond was set at Union recognizes the need for Vv security, we, this gov- ernment, will be active and, in- deed, enthusiastic in working with our allies toward a settle- ment of the long outstanding European problems." Africa: "ft is our duty to avoid physical conflicts between peoples of different races." He promised Britain would use its long diplomatic experience in Africa toward that end. CLARINET RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 that area." Europe: Heath reiterated his: government's commitment to' enter the European Common i Market-if the right terms cani HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects. CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. 5. Canada Savings Bonds help you plan to the future without worry. They're Canada's most popular personal investment. 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