(Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs., April 20, 1972 O l n f lation Is Over, Says Connally .;'-.. By BILL NEIKIRK Â·.' Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - The rate of inflation surged during the first three monlhs of (he year, but- Treasury Secretary John B. Connally says the worst is over. The Commerce Department reported Wednesday mat Gross National Product--output of (lie nation's goods and services--increased by $30.3 billion from January through March, hut more than half of the !1.8-percent gain in output was caused by inflation. The rale of inflation meas-iin the last Ihree months of 1971 ured by GNP reached an annual rate nl G.2 per cent during Ihe first quarter, highest since the last three months of 1S70. "This was Ihe rough quarter," Connally told the American Society of Newspaper Editors. "I think we're on the road to doing what we set out to do." Peterson saicl that the S30.3- billion increase puts the administration in good position to achieve its goal of a $98-billion increase in output this year. That translates into a projected 0.4-per-cent production in unemployment rate down to alwul 5 per cent by adminis- ireaso, enough !o bring The a d m i n i s t r a t i o n has fore- (ration reckoning, cast that Ihe rale of inflalion' The sharp inflation-rale in- will drop lo the neighborhood of, crease may lead Ihe govern- IS...SERVICE 7)1 1Mb St. 353.20M 2 to 3 per cent by the end of Ihe year. The first-quarter increase in inflation was expected as Ihe menl to liglilen price controls williin the nexl few weeks. Lawrence F. O'Brien, chair- jeconomy came out of the!man of the Democratic National Committee, said the inflation rate "dramatizes the need for much stronger control of profils and interest rales. Mr. Nixon's AUTO GLASS I FH All tin A M Glass tÂ«13lliSt. Ph. 352-6241 | freeze, hul Ihe (J.2-per-cent fig I rue was higher limn many economists had forecast. "1 would acknowledge t h a t (he toughest challenge we're ; facing is (he inflation p a r t of it," Commerce Secretary Peter (!. Peterson told newsmen. deliberate laxily in controlling profit margins is a direct cause of Ihe soaring prices ( h a t confront Americans every day." The C1NP measured in cur-i rent dollars increased by l l . S J F i s h C o n s u m p t i o n per cent. Bui once i n f l a t i o n isl counled, Ihe growth was acluol-| BOSTON--After a three-year ly 5.3 pel- cent. The increase; rise. U.S. per capita fish con- was smaller t h a n the economic]sumption dropped in 1971 lo 11.2 expansion at a 5.8-per-cjcnl rate 1 pounds from 11.4 pounds in 1970. Now Offering Two Convenient Locations The Ladies' Spa Located in the new Hillside MoK Phone 356-2073 The Men's Spa Located at 1911 10th St. Phone 352-0974 The Spas Feature The Latest Equipment Available And Both Clubs Are Fully Air.'Conditioned. Butl We feel our most important assets are the qualified instructors on duty at all times. They offer individual help and individual programs for each of our customers. 11 Is with great pride that we announce the addition of Mrs. Arlena Rohweder to our staff. Mrs. Rohweder is a nutritionist. She Is a UNC graduate and has a B.S. degree in ^Dietetics. She will be available'tb all of our customers for nutritional guidance by appointment at no additional cost. For more information call or stop by af either spa. Low Rates Family Plans Individual Plans- Available. S. Viet Casualties Highest Since let MUD PUDDLE ART-The water reflection of a scattered mud puddle Â«ave this distorted appearance lo telephone lines hanging above Ihe wel pavement. The two day-storm only left .Ofi indies of moisture in the Greeley area. (Tribune photo by Jim Craig) SAIGON (AP) - Norfh Vietnam's offensive pushed Vietnamese casualties last week to their highest level since the 1968 Tet offensive, while American losses were Ihe highest in six months. The allied commands reported 12 Americans, 1,002 Smith Vietnamese and 7,117 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong killed in action, plus 63 Ameri cans.arid 2,656 South Vietnam ese wounded. Another 10 Americans . were missing, presumably in air crashes, while six Americans were reported dead from nonhoslile causes. This raised the total number of American, South Vietnamese and enemy troops reported killed since January 1961 pas! the million mark. The enemy total was 'the highest since May 11, 19C8, when 8,786 were claimed. That same week 562 Americans were killed, the highest total of the war, but in this offensive the only Americans in combat are airmen and advisers to South Vietnamese ground units. The number - of American combat dead last week was the same as the week before, but the other casualties raised the total to the largest number, since last October. The South Vietnamese killed total last week was the highest since the week of Feb.: 4-10, 1%8, when 1,152 dead and 3,349 wounded were reporled, :along witli 13,118 of Ihe enemy killed. They were the highest weekly casualties in Ihe war. The allied commands now have reported these total casualties for the war: American--45,703 killed in action, 302,915 wouhded in action, 10,132 dead from nonhoslile causes. S o u t h Vietnamese--139,456 k i l l e d i n action, 352,529 wounded. North Vietnamese and Cong-815,780 killed. Viet Orange Juice LAKELAND, Kla. (AP) The Florida Citrus Commission approved on Wednesday spending $5,000 to dispense orange juice at the Democratic National Convention, in Miami Beach in July. "Give Your Feet A Treat!" S SHOES 16th St. } Vehicles In Smashup West of City Teen-Age Voters Can Serve as Committeemen DENVER ( A P ) - Colorado senators gave 'their final approval Wednesday to a bill allowing teen-age voters to serve ,,,. . . . . .as precinct commitleemen am I h r e e vehicles were involved! comm j Uecwomen for political in an ^ciden at the inlersec- par i ies and also to permit them lion of W. 20th Street and 47!h, lo scrvc as e!ec[io ^ jud s flr Avenue about 10:05 a.m. Â· Â· Wednesday, the Highway Patrol reported. No one was h u r t . clerks. The bill was sent hack to. the Mouse of Representatives, for c o n s i d e r a t i o n o f Senate Paula Kay Holul), 2552 IVthjchiingcs. Ave., was driving a I960 carl The Senate -held off until west on 20(h Street and collided broadside at the intersection with a I9H1 pickup (ruck driven by William Eugene Laird, 3220 S. 47th Ave., who was north- hound on 47th Avenue, Patrolman Kirby Carter said. Laird's pickup (hen collided w i l h a I9B9 farm truck which was parked on 47th Avenue. The [ruck's driver was Donald Lee Thursday a final vole on a constitutional amendment which would revise the powers of the Colorado Board of Land Commissioners lo . govern slate school lands. The sponsor, Sen. Joe Schieffelin, R-Lakewood, saicl he did not want a vole because it must be approved by a two-lhirds majority and several senators were absent. Bowerman, Rt. 3, Greeley. The woman's miln was dam-! aged about $800, Laird's pickup $10fl and Bowennan's truck 5100. Â· : ATLANTA-Georgians earned i I f ) 1*1111/31 about $ 2 8 million f r o m foresl 1 **QI I I I Â» U I products in 1971. Central High NEW SHIPMENT Spring Sport Coals and Blazers in this Season's Greatest Fabric . . . DOUBLEKNIT! Comfortable. Good Looking. A movc-when-you-movc action. Styling that's new and terrific . . and a price that's comfortable, too! Come in for a try-on, just say "charge it!" Shop Tomorrow 9 llntil it: HO on tliiiri'nrhnlntnyal Ilihlis, Hi t-nifi,\inth Street S P E C I A L FAMOUS BRAND SHIRTS Long Sleeves I 4 ' - 1 7 499 Vjluos lo SM.OO "I 1 On Saturday j On .Saturday in the GCHS jGymnasium. Ihe A n n u a l Student (Council Carnival will be held. 'The Carnival will begin at 7 p.m. and wind up at 10 p.m. after which a Carnival and Soda Fountain Dance will be held in the GCHS Cafeteria u n t i l midnight. Some fun activity booths include; Ihe Student Council Marriage Booth and Ihe Junior Council Divorce Booth. Band will sponsor a running volley- hall game, Pep Club will have a dart throw and Future! Teachers of America will sponsor a Football Throw. Thespians will bring in Ihe supcnialurnl by sponsoring a Gypsy Fortune Telling Booth, Young Life will sponsor a Car Drive, Spanish Class will sponsor ti Kissing Booth and French Club will sponsor a Swcel Revenge D u n k i n g Booth. R c f r e s li in c n I and s/iack (booths will he the GCHS Band's Â·Country Kitchen, the Sophomore .Council's Ice Cream Bar, Ihe '.Spanish Club's Coke and Taco Stand and the SPUD's Pop and Popcorn Mnuth. ll.indicraflcd articles sold by Art Club and the Highlight Printing Press- and Candle Booth will be just a few of the Â· many oilier aclivjty boolhs to t h e sponsored at the Student Council Carnival. George R. Sitterley JErTKRSON CITY, Mo, (AP) - deorge R. Hiflcrley, 56,! veteran Associated Press news-' man, died late Wednesday. Sitterley had been a member of Ihe AP s t a f f m Jefferson Cily since 1M-1. He previously worked in the SI. Louis and Kansas City bureaus of Ihe AP. 'Coins Made ; I WASHINGiON - Domcsllcj (com pro:iudion in 1971 tolaledi !7,2dil.l!(H,87ll pieces compared, I with 7,W1,OM,7S2 in 197(1. . I RENAULD: THE ACE OF SHADES FOR SUMMER SUN When it comes to protecting your eyes, nothing's too good. 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