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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta MOSCOW'S (BOSTON) BRUINS-One of Moscow Circus's hockey playing bean takes the face-off from the referee. Another waits apprehensively while two more clow in. The bears are regulars at the Moscow Circus. _________________ Wheat Barter Rejected OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment has rejected a request from the Saskatchewan govern- ment to barter1 bushels of wheat for a Japanese turbine generator, Otto Lang, minister responsible for the Canadian wheat board, told the Commons Tuesday. Replying to a question by John Diefenbaker Mr. Lang said he had received the request from Sas- katchewan Premier Ross Thatcher. He said it was impossible to separate Saskatchewan wheat from the surplus of other prov- inces "without doing damage" to the storing, handling and dis- tribution system. Moreover, such barter ar- rangements would threaten the stability of international whea prices, he said. They would sun ply become a substitute for cash sales. Mr. Diefenbaker's claim tha in wheat could be disposed of in the deal was the "sheerest Mr Lang said. We call it our model 457 you'll call it your "go because its light weight lets you take it anywhere with ease. And wherever you do decide to sew, this model meets your needs with an exclusive drop-in front bobbin, three needle positions, an extra wide zigzag stitch v and a fully enclosed, whisper-quiet motor. Complete with companion carrying case 827. See it at your Center you'll recog- nize it by its new low price. Matching Sherbrooke Cabinet only 30.00 No carrying case if cabinet purchased. Reg.169.95 Singer Zigzag Model 237 now save over 17.00! And that cash saving make's this feature-packed Fashionmat'e' mode! an outstanding sale buy. Three needle positions, adjustable forward and reverse fabric feed, a hinged presser foot so you can sew over basting and pins, graduated tension dial and of course, the wonderful advantage of zigzag stitching are just some of the reasons ihis Singer model is so popular. Complete with carrying case 826. Canister Cleaner can cost less! A great buy'at its regular price an even better buy at ihis sale price! Tha Singer E-il Power- Glide' features an air-jet blower to blow out dust, an adjustable air-flow control and double filter system to pick up dust and'a jumbo, bag to cut down the number of bag changes. Weighs less than 11 pounds. Vertical storage fins means it requires less cupboard space. only Beg. IB.95 112 only 48 Matching Sherbrooke Cabinet only 30.00 No carrying case if cabinet purchased. FABRIC SPECIAL ENGLISH CRIMPLENE Sharkskin and Domino Pa Singer Sewing Machine are made right here In Canada. the Sinser Credit Fian. Singer rrum II SINCERCENTERS COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Daily a.m. le i p.m.; Wtdnetday a.m. 1 p.m. Thunday and Frida y i.m, to p.m. Farm Cash Receipts Dip OTTAWA (CP) Cash, re- ceipts from farming operations totalled last year, 3.7 per cent below 19CI) farm rn- oeipts but 3.5 per cent-above Ire average for the previous ,five years, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported1 today. The decline was attributed mainly to lower returns for wheat, though receipts from livestock operations were higher. The bureau also reported that the index of farm prices of agri- cultural products in March. based on 1961 prices equalling 100, rose fractionally to 116.6 from ,116.4 in February this year. Prices were higher for cattle and potatoes, but lower for eggs. W.dntidav, May 1.7, 1970 THE lETHBKIDGC HERALD 23 Technique Aids Stutterers LOS ANGELES (AP) The hissing of a waterfall is music to a 'stutterer's ears, the sound that may help Km correct his speech defect, re- searchers say. Dr. Marvin E. Klein, a De- troit psychiatrist, says that No Subsidies For Dealers DETROIT (AP) General Motors and Ford have disclosed plans to eliminate all subsidies to fleet, rental and leasing buy- ers'of their cars with the start of the 1971 model year. GM dealers in Canada and the United States were notified of the plan in letters from the gen- eral sales managers of the cor- poration's five car divisions. A Ford spokesman said deal- ers will be advised of the deci- sion in the near future. Both companies indicated the only exception to the elimina- tion of the subsidies would be on federal government sales. Subsidies usually consist of a cash allowance to the selling dealers, allowing them to quote a more favorable price on sales to those.who purchase a large number of vehicles. Neither of the other two major and American made any move to drop such subsidies. for some unexplained reason a person will slop stuttering 65 out of 100 times if the sound of his own voice is kept from his ears. Klein and Thomas P. Mat- thews, director of the Speech Rectification Centre here, are testing an instrument to shield a stutterer from his own voice and yet permit him to hear other people. The device involves two ear pieces similar to those in con- ventional hearing aids, a throat microphone and an electronic unit the size of a small transistor radio. WORKS AUTOMATICALLY When the stutterer starts talking, the sound is picked up by the throat microphone, which in turn pipes a low hiss- ing sound to his ears. When he stops talking, the micro- phone shuts off and he bean normally. The masking sound, layi Matthews, "is random noise below 500 cycles which soundi not unlike a waterfall." Dr. .William H. Perking, speech clinic director at Uni- versity of Southern Califomis, told reporters Monday that re- sults indicate the device is more than twice as effective as traditional methods of treating stuttering, which af- fects one person in 100. The speech rectifier, said, has worked 67 per cent of the time. NUMBER FOUR The present Madison fourth in history- was completed in 1968. 3 DAYS ONLY THURS. FRI. SAT. MAY 28 29 30 (Open Late Thurs. and Fri. Night) AT 412 5th Street South (NEXT TO CAPITOL THEATRE) PHONE 328-2843 HEADQUARTERS FOR PROFESSIONAL WIG SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE 1 THE GREEK BOY Quick Change to a new you! The Latest Miracle Fibre! The most Natural wigs yet! Pre-set, Pre-cuf, wash and wear Oilier styles (not shown) Also available NEW "CARE-FREE" NEW "CARESSE" ;