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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jolur Auguil 13, 1972 THE UTHBSIDOE HERALD 15 Russian denies grain deal close SKATTI.E (AP) Warning thai licule Is a two-way street, a Srn'iut trade official lias laljclletl us "premature" spccu- laMon that his country is near to finalizing lire extent of a Riant jnircha.sG of American wheat. Vlndimr Sushkov, an afjraicy Lead with (lie Soviet mmi.slry of forcifi'i trade, says "Since Hie negotiations are not over, it's loo early to discuss this. Sliuskov commenting on reports that (he Soviet Union may buy Kf> million and 400 million bushels ol U.K. wheat, tis much as one-fourth of this year's crop. The reports came one month after Presi- dent Nixon announced Russia iiail aHL'oc'd (o liuy at ka.'.t Sv.iO million worth of U.S. grain over the next throe years. 'J'hc Soviet trade official said fundamental questions, such as flow his country is to finance purchase of U.S. goods, re- iiiuiiifel tu ne settled. "You can't play football with only one (goal) so there- fore the trade should have both he said. "Of course, that would Ite if the trade could he balanced from both sides." CIIUIICIIII.I, KIN LONDON fAI') Kir Wind- slln Churchill's firatiddaufshtcr, Arabella Churchill, has been married to Scottish schoolmas- ter Jarni's liarton. Churchill's w i d o Baroness Spencor- Cnurchill. ajnonj; the quests rtt Hie Unitarian church ceremony here Thursday. I NOW PAYING MORE FOR All TYPES OF SCRAP METAL B Farm Trucks Industrial Anylhing Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck LoatJi Carloads Truck Stale i Magnet Ciano Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Slroel North Phone 32S-T751 "Scrap is Our Businesi" MISCHIEVOUS JUSTIN of Trudeau aide Tim Porteou rcfurn Irip lo aflcr Margaret just loughs while son Justin pulls He s in Vancouver this week, prior for departing on their three-week vacation. NOTICE ALL RESIDENTS BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS Under ihe City of Lelhbridge Waste By-Law No. 2472, Section 15, no person is to convey any type of refuse (except for soil, sand, gravel or concrete) through City streets without using properly covered metal containers or in a vehicle covered with canvas or tarpaulin so as to prevent the contents from being wind borne or falling on the streets. Enforcement of thr> section of the bylaw begin im- mediately and any person contravening the bylaw is guilty of an offense and is liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding and costs. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Bawlf girl wins bursary Youngster took premier's visit with cool reserve INNJSFAIL, Alia. fCP) 'remier Fck-r Jxjugrieed visit- J this ogricullural town this r-eok as part of a program in which the government wonts to meet people to hear Ihcir prob- cms and hones. He saw loun officials and jusinessmcn (o discuss prob- ein.s, went mainslreeting and 'isited patients in the locaE lios- iltat. Reaction ranged from: "Gee, his is the first time we've scon a premier come to town when hore is no election to two youngsters arguing whether hey should shake his hand. Mr, heard of the need tor an auxiliary hospital and how ,vm.aU husinesscs find I tough to operate in smalt .owns population is jecausf; buyers are drawn to metropolitan shopping centres. "I want it (the visit) to be tin; premier said. "Jt has to be the reverse of an election campaign visit." The idea of the program isn't to make political points, the premier said. "You get isolated behind a desk and if you stay there you Jose touch." MOVING? The trip was hailed a suc- cess, but there were embar- rassing moments, One kid to another: "So what If the Premier comes to Innisfail? He's not And at the Quality Shoppe he asked owner Florence Ross "How's he was loW it was terrihle. "You give subsidies to farm- ers, flow about help for small Mr. was accom- panied by Helen Hunley, min- ister without portfolio who minds the government fences in Central Allwrta, and by !n- nisfail MLA Cliff Doan. On the flight hack to Edmon- ton Mr. Lougheed said he pur- poses to do more visiting in crucial situations, "If there is some kind of dis- aster, like a flood or hailed out crop, I'm going to go there to see for myself. Even ii tha house Ls in session." I3CG ON FOOT The egg o( the mother pen- guin rests on her feet and Is kept warm by a blanket loose, densely-feathered skin. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 613 3rd Avc. S. Phono 328-5447 CFCN-TV APPOINTMENTS EDMONTON (CP) Donna Marie Yuna of Bawlf has been named Alberta winner of the 1972 Canadian National Exbihi- tion Scholarship, it has been announced. M. H. Jaque, director of the 4-11 anil junior forest warden branch of the culture, youth and recreation department said the scholarship is award- ed each year by the exhibition to a top 4-II member from cacti province is planning to further their education in agriculture or a related field. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Yuha, Donna attended Rosalind High School and was active in student affairs. She also was involved in both the Rosalind 4-H clothing and beet clubs, and held executive your Jfangtfi conservation, food production, agricultural management, fashion and others. And the demand lor graduates !n industry and government is high. Talk to us so we can loll you more. You have your own idaas about what you want io accomplish in life, bo as a person and as a citizen ol the world. It's passible that coursse of' study thai will help you reach those ambitions are available Alborta's Regional College system. Courses sunn as ecological and environmental sciences, Mail lo: Registrar: Olds College, Olds, Alberta Foirvjcw Collcgo, Fairvicw, Alberto Vermilion Collage, Vermilion, Alberta >ositions on the Camrose dis- trict 4-H council. Miss Yuha plans to enrol in household economics this fall at the Camrose Lutheran Col- lege. OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES BILL WINGERT RAY MARKHAM Stan Dates, Manager, announces oppolntmenti of Bill Wingert lo Sales Supervisor and Ray Markham lo Soles Representative. Wrong numbers can be a pain! Wrong numbers aren't funny. In (act, they can be a pain. Like when you're in the tub, and the phone rings. So you run to answer it. On tha way, your teet become intimately acquainted with your golf clubs. But somehow you make II to the phone. You pick it up, and it's a wrong number! That really hurts! So don't you be a pain to others. Before you dial, check the number in your tele- phone directory and jot it down. Before the phone off the hook N THE SS ;