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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 Tii't IEIHBRIDGE HERAID Wctlncjdtiy, Augusl 16, 1972 MIASSKK. Direct equivalent of the famous salt- telephone communications he- water tarpon, department and Cuba cials SEI.V. The Chinese hiive been restored after a jirows to 100 pounds and is a j break of a National jjame fish. [Telephone Co. spokesman .said "Uerom they are ever re-! Suiukiy. The lines were re- I leasixi into .state waterways, we opened July without any i are to be sure of wliole public: jinnoiiiiLcmcut. IT'S SHOWROOM CLEARANCE TIME! Delayed arrivnls from Japan have overloaded Suzuki dealers so right now Ihey ore offering great year end deals on many models-whtch means great savings for you. See your Suzuki dealer and get the deal of the year! DUCK WATCH When the molher goose abdicated her maternal dulies and aban- doned hor seven goslfngs, a fox terrier named Sugar took over. He is standing guard over tho infants as ihey quack and wadclle about ihe grounds of their homo in Prince Goorgo, B.C. improvement Troops warned WASHINGTON (Heulcr) The iNixon administration ex- peels an enriy improvement in the United States balance of trade, the president's Council of Economic Advisers said here. fn a report lo Congress on the state of thr American econ- omy, the council said bst De- cember's currency re-shuffle and divergent U.S. and foreign price tremi.s and demand move- ments indicated the trade ac- rmml, should .soon sfart to im- prove. This view was endorsed In a press briefing by the treasury undersecretary for monetary affairs. Paid A. Volcker, who also said recent bout's of specu- lation against the dollar are un- likely to be repeated' The administration looked for a diminishing role for gold in the monetary .system, he said, adding: "f do not think tins ap- proach is inconsistent, with this U.S. philosophy." The undersecretary fiaid Hie likely Improvement in the trade. balance together with the de- clared willingness of tho Ameri- can central bank to support its currency on foreign exchange markets should ease specula- tive pressures against the dol- lar. fn this context Volcker said OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING and SUMMER DRESSES GOWNS, PANTSUIIS r T-Shlrts, Shcrfs and Skirt Sets I 1! RA Bli i to y? RAO rrscfis o Bv 9 I Regular to AT FANTASTICALLY LOW PRICES Reg. ro CHARGE IT! COLLEGE MALL and 320-6th Si, S. ie believes tfierc will not. bo a recurrence of the type of rapid dollar outflow that occurred in late June and early July in the wake of the collapse of the British official exchange rate. Find body of retired general NKW ORLEANS 'AP) Tho body of retired Maj.-Gen, T.ay- mond Hufft, former adju- tant general of the Louisiana National Guard and one of the state's most decorated heroes of the Second World War, has n found on a street near the French