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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-TME ItTMBRIDGE HERALtl IhuiKlny, MotcS 16, Canada upsets Romania NATION'S (Renter) I Diplomatic sources said lUv- 's failure lo seiul a manisu aiiiiiui'tiivs are (iussatis- causing ii1- Kom.inian cCfida! fied lliat the Canadian govern- ment was relying on its ambas- sador to Llelgraiie. Yugoslavia. to luok after Sis diplomatic in- teresl-s in Konuinia, though I IIP Kmnanian has long i had an ambassador in Ollaua. Denial chares come under fire TORONTO KT> Health the teeth manufactured by den- Minister Dr. Richard Potter] tai technicians to their patients said hero (liat persons pur- j at cost, cbasinj: denhires from dentists j Teelli must be made available the people "as economically ''We want to see, that These Miiiree'.; said tin1 Uo- niMiiKin gmvrnment was the more surprised by (.'anada's failure ti> open an embassy in Bucharest because of I Lie in- creasing roll1 played by Uo- mania as a go-helween and 1110- ii i a t o r in internatUmal ox- changes, and the resultant im- portance of the Romanian capi- ta! as :i listening post and place to make contacts. Informants here said the im- port a nee Romania attached to its relations with Canada was emphasized by Hie. fact that an article on trade between the two countries was tlic first feature of a recent issue of the multi- language magazine Romania, publisher! by the national news agency, Agcrprcss. The first Romanian-Canadian trade agreement was made in t-houki pay no more than the dentist pays lo have th? teeth I as ni.itie. llfv ,r0tler i aml il is to bp donc-" i was concluded, according to in- ?h "o rs sid t tolcl Ule here. They .said last tlwt demits should lx? of whom had complained and by 1970 trading volume between the two countries was t times that before the pact only for the v.ork they do." They can charge for their services, Mich as filling and ad- juslins the dentures, the minis- i ter said, but they should provide that dentists had charged thorn Hulepavcrs fare increase growth, perhaps of more than 200 per cent. Canada exports to Romania machines and equipment among j a number of items, while Ro- manian-built tractors are said to have found ready acceptance in Canada. from to for dentures. RAPS I1 ROKITS At the same time, ho said, the province's estimated 230 dentur- isls. the laboratory technicians who make the teeth, should not make exorbitant profits. ''Denturists make teeth tor 580 and sell them for and I don't think that should happen." UT. Public j Tlio dentistry act forbids den- sehnol ratepayers in file city j (urists to deal directly vrith the face ;tn increase of almost i public, but a tliree-man group is [MO mills, or an average of St4 meeting to make rccommenda- this year, school trustees were tions on the role of dental tech- told, nicians. j A proposed 1972 budget says.; Mr. Potter said if the group! TABER (HNS1 The Tabor however, this increase wmiki i recommenrls that teLihnicinns' council tins supporLed an. still leave the public si-bool sys- qualificatiaus be extended. Opportunity for Youth program ple may (iavc a lhat improve Seoul Island Uipy buy their dentures. Oldman River about a "At the presort time Lhcrc is llllle from the Mc- vear's figures were expected to show a further substantial Q'uiihrook fire victims identified CllANHKOOK, B.C. UT) Violet t'aUlwvll, HI. of Kiinbor- H.C., and Kniily Halconi, JW. died after a table Ihey were sitting nl caught fire Tuesday niphl at the Cranbrook and Dis- trict Hospital. Another patient suffered se- vere leg burns in the blaze, which police probably started as a result of careless smoking and spread to clothing of the patients. A police spokesman said the three were silfjng at a table in Uie lounge of !he hospital's ex- tended core unit when the lino- leum table lop burst into flames. Before slaff members could reach (lie (able, the three pa- tients had been burned and an automatic fire alarm had sum- moned the Eire department. Damage to the hospital, built about three years ago, was de- scribed as slight. Wilson., Faulkner clas] Seoul Island wins okay tern ahout one mill stunt of bal- sncinL; its fmdge'.. 1'lic trustees liavc been lo sec Efhieation .Minister Lou llynd man to make up all or part of the extra they be-lieve is needed but have so far had no replv from him. the trustees 53 id. Tne calls for total spending of 6 million in no choice.11 tic told members of' the him Bridge near the provin- audience who questioned on recent police raids against dentnrists who dealt di- rectly with the public. Mr. Potter said if people feel i j cial park. Council offered to supply gravel. WIIKAT HKCORD a law is unjust, they must con-1 South African wheat produc- vince Hie government it. should j tion this year is expected to be a record 1 tons, up from tons in 1971, Aldermen the word on (iriu king CALGAKY (CP) The word is Calgary alder- men are to do their serious drinking in the Yale Plaza, Victoria or Empire hotels. ''II is ynur dniy to do >our serious drinking in one of those Mayor Rod Sykes told c o u n e i I this week. The reason? The city is in the tavern busines after ex- propriating the three hotels to make room for a S2.1-nril- lion convention and museum centre. The city plans to nperate the hoi els1 bars until late this summer. LONDON (CIM Un- der Harold Wilson iTt.nl- luted sharply severe criticism levelled nt him tiy Prime Minister Brian ner of Northern Ireland. ICach man now accuses the other of exploiting the tragedy of North- ern Ireland for personal poli- tical pain. The fierce dispute follows a Wilson television broadcast in Dublin in wtiien the Opposition leader basically reiterated rec- ommendations for steps load- ing to eventual re-unification of Ulster with the Irish Republic and a phased release of suspected terrorists imprisoned in She north. Wilson also refeired to the Provisional wing of the Irish Republican Army as a "well- disciplined, lightly-knit group." He said this had been denicii- strated by a 72-hour truce called by the Provision- i als. Faulkner was especially an- gered by this remark. "Mr. Wilson might have deepened his knowledge of the situation if instead of talking about a well-disciplined, tightly knit group, he Kid made a tour of Belfast hospitals to see some of the victims of that The Lruce ended with two shoot-ing deaths and a series of bombings throughout North- em Ireland. VOICES SUSPICIONS Faulkrj-r added that he (re- lieves Wilson "is for some poli- tical mottve irresponsibly e x- plc.iting this traffic situation-" Wilson, after first saying his reaction was "totally unprinta- accused Faulkner of ing io stir up conservative pres- sure in I-xmdon aganisl ex- pected political proposals for --'I 1I.MIOU) WILSON1 ending Ulster's continuing vin- An initiative hi Ihis area hits been expected from Ihc Con- seiTative government of Prime Minister Edward for .ibonL six weeks and Iliere is continuous speculation ninonu commentators as to has caused Hie delay. Observers have Ixien predict- ing Heath nil! lighten West- IHIIAX KAULKN'HH i minister's control over Ulster security and perhaps unveil phins for developing some form of community govern' menl. Meanwhile in London, persons including Heath, Wil- son and major Catholic and Anglican church leaders gath- ered at Westminister Cathe- dral Tuesday night to pray for peace in Northern Ireland. MICIIKMiltS TO ATTEXU KTHATFOHD, Ont. (CP) Gov.-Cen. llolaud Michcncr and his wife, will attend tlie first two opening nights of the Stratford Shakespearean Festival this season. Natal arenas must go NATAL (IINS1 Tlie lie- 1 present locations, saying urban -f n-.., be changed, "but you don'l con- vince me by breaking the law. CASH AND CARRY FOR YOUR CEILINGS MAHOGANY PANELS KRAUS 0 CEILING TILES CARPETING tiydgc-f priced so you tnn do it yourself and sove more. 4'x8'x4 mm porels A New Idea STIPPLETONE Priced From, each 'Huron" Latex Back CITATION WOODGRAIN PANELS For ceilings, easy to apply, dries in 1 hour. Gallon covers 100.liO lq. fl. While. nor Gallon .........7.7 J Silver or Gold Fleck. Gallon "Iroquois" Foam-Back -areiroc ft. OQ ndoors onfy, 2' jr.. yd. PANELLING ACCESSORIES CEILING ACCESSORIES Strapping 1" x 2" 3c per lin. ft. 1" x 3" 4c pef lin. it. frnming ...2x2 Sprues Sc lin. fl. 2 milxSOO SQ. fh. poly sheetiny 2.49 pur roll R7 x 60 ?q. ft. 3.78 per re Colored Noils 89c per package ARMSTRONG PLACE N' PRESS FLOOR TILE 12" iq., self adhesive tffe OQ BOSTICH T58 STAPLE GUN Complete iOO 'i" stnplei 514.95 PAINT ACCESSORIES FLAT ENAMEL OR ALKYD SEMI-GLOSS wear nainl for walls and THINKING ABOUT A GARAGE! SEE BEAVER NOW! Ways to Buy at Beaver CASH and CARRY APPROVED 30-DAY CHARGE BUDGET TERMS TO SUIT YOU CHARGEX 3rd Ave. I7th St. South Open Monday to SalurcJcjy a.m. to p.m. DOM PICKETT, Slorft Manager WE PLEDGE SATISFACTION gional District of East. Konte- nay board recently turned down a request from Spanvocrd Mu- nicipal council that the Xnta! skating ;im! curling arenas be Ipft for use of Hie residents of the are.T for another ready. (00 ]ong KKI'UHNS IIO.ME I UN'S I Mrs. RDEK ndministralor Frank Ilo-v Kral lias lMnic I Bertoia opposed any delay ill ;lflc1' a palicnl in I h e getting the buildings out of their Picture Bulle Hospital. TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE ANNOUNCES "T! GAYLE JOHNSON Pete Alexander, Con les Ingle, Fred Slory arid Hank Camp take in wel- coming Mr. johnion to Iheir sales ream. Gayle has been one of Lelhbridgtf's [coding sales- men for the pus) 20 years. Mr. Johnson is a charter ber nf General Motors Sales leaders Club and achieved his GM Senior Master Sales- men's Rank in 1955. During GayleS career rie has held" posih'on of Truck Soles Manager and we (eel thaf fortunate in ac- quiring n inun of Mr. John- son's calibre and he welcomes all of his many customers and friends lo drop out and see him ond the full of Sky- lark Campers, Trailers, Motor Homes, Mobil-? Homes nnd Toyota automobiles. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday end Friday 9am to 9p College Shopping Mall ;