Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 THl UTHBR1DGE HERAID frii'ny, fcljrunrv IB, may. ose more terrtory I'KSHAWAl; shwii'.f, sill! men1 UMTilu UK n per cent of H, says rhc XaLional Geo- graphic i? concen- trated in Ennh's fnur main oceanic Atlan- tic, Indian and Arctic. The rest is in rivers, lakes, ice, glaciers, '.UKICT ground and clouds. Has your wife an acci- dent in her kitchen lately? Perhaps ii was bccaupe the kitchen wns too A Uni- of Wisconsin re- searcher [omul in a survey oE typical American kitchens that thoir noise levrl wns so high it mifht impair offi- cioncy anrl coordination, inorea-sm? liie likchhocd of BccidenLs. BUTCHER SHOP FAILED How llioy Marled. Poet J-'j'hn KcaLs was nn apoLhe- canT's apprentice before his lyric pifL Avon him fame. Pro- ducer Bilh Kose worked as a secretary and ex- port. MerchaTit prince J. C. Penney opened a butcher shop that failed. Life.-aving note: If you ever have lo give mcu In -to- mouth resuscitation to an infant, use only the air in your mciith. To breathe with the full force of your lungs might damage the baby's lungs. Pet fact: People today arc going for all kinds of unusual animals as house pets, rang- ing from lo mon- gooses. But if you wculd like to have a pot wolf around your living room, remember this: N'o one yet has been able to housebreak a wolf. Economical: The Japanese, uh3 rarely or throw nu-ay anything, have found a way to make a profit out of worn-out tires. They grind them into a powder. The pow- der can be used as a highway pavirg material or as a base for the production o[ other I rubber goods. Agriculture I b drops in Soviet Gatewav staff protest choice of new editor EDMONTON' 'CPi Staff members of the University of Alberta newspaper, The Gate- way, have intensified (heir pro- test against the student coun- cil's choice of ?.n editor for the weekly publication. The dispute arose earlier this week over a decis i on by the student council to appoint. Am- erican trained journalist Terri Jackson as Gateway editor for J972-73. The Gateway staff, which sus- pended editions of the newspa- per until council reversed its decision, unanimously recom- mended Ron Yfikimrhulc, lay- out editor, get the post. iL circulated a MOSCOW fAPl Agricul- ture. Ihe only major seder of the Soviet economy which Fell short o[ last year's quotas, is in trouble again. Scent snowfall lias left the European and Ccntrcl Asian re- gions lacking as much as 85 per rent of the normal protective snow cover fcr vnnler grain crops. The government con- trolled press says abnormal weather has caused significant damage. Winter-kill in 1968-69 meant 15 per cent of the crop had to be resown. Press reports indicate Lhe present kill might require almost two million tons of grain for resowing. This seed other- wise would be available for feeding livestock. Heavy snow in grain-growing regions not only protects the winter crop but also provides moisture for spring-sown crops. A bad spring could make the Russians reduce exports or im- i port grain to make up for losses, fn exports amounted to 5374 million but last year sub- stantial quantities of grain were imported from Canada, Aus- tralia, Trance and the United States. R ciranateu ai petition which an eslimated I.- j iWlllllClurilltlPS 000 studcals sinned proreslmg selection of an editor "who has no support among the staff of Ihe newspaper." The petition asks council to reconsider its decision Killed in crash ivilli snow ViLUiNioi.'vi-: icn .in- scph K. niini.slk-k. -l.'i, of Oato- hoo, killed wlion the car he was drivmi! collided lirad- on n noar h-rc, about 10 miles norlluvtst of monton. gran Is EDMONTON" (CP) The Alberta cabinet has passed a M50.000 special warrant lo help mimic.palitics pay for develop- mcnt of recreation faciiiiies, I h e fiovernmcnt announced Wednesday. The grants arc lo he given on a per capita basis. The. is in addition lo i the budgeted million for re- creational develop mcnt on which was for grants. To develop plane OTTORIU West l.erninny (Renter) AnVrall. nianulac- (urcrs frdin and West (Jcnnaay a n n o n n c r (1 Wednesday Ihcy coopfrale in a S'I'OI, plum1. Thr; CCT- man firm, .MiwerM-limil! liocl- Ud (he llrilish Air- craft Corp and I lie SSvcdisli Sa.'ilKSeandKi AH open a pliinl in lor llm mcnt of Hi- short takeoff and h'inding plane1. work loans approved OTTAWA fCP) Ijoans lotal- more than M million hnve been approver! for sewer pro- jects in li! Alberta municipali- ties. Largest of Ihe loans are Sl.M'l.XM In Krtmonlon and lo lied Deer. Olher loans RO In Stony Plain, Kelson, Fox Creek, Calgary, Consort, Calmar, Mangndo, Thor.shy, ('old Lnkc. 'Hiorhild. lieaverlodge, 11 i g h I'raiiu', I.ac Miclic, Itol- and Basiano. SIMPSONS-SEARS ATURDAY SPEC BLANKET BON Soft Needlewoven Blankets Viscose and nylcn blended wilh salin binding. Blue, Gold, Rose, Moss and Or- chid. 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