Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 26, 1974 · Page 15
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 15

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 26, 1974
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Siberian Forests for American Knowhow NEW YORK - (LENS) The vast forests of Siberia have been swapped by the Russians for American knowhow. Konstantin Galanshin, the minister for the Russian paper industry, was bubbling with enthusiasm when he signed an outline deal in New York this month under which the world's biggest paper company, International Paper, agreed to sell its technology in return for access to a reserve of timber five times the size of anything in the United States and containing a third of the world's pulpwood supplies. There is no shortage of timber in the West yet, but America's remaining forests are getting progressively less accessible and the environment lobby is staking its claim to more and more of the trees in them. International Paper hopes that by being friendly with the Russians now it may be able to buy their timber when it needs it around 1990. It hopes also to land the job of selling the Russians' own timber in Europe, which will need it long before 1990. What the Russians look for in return is a reduction in the time it takes to get their pulp and paper plants built. These now take twice as long to come into production as plants in America. The Russians' annual investment program in pulp and paper exceeds $1 billion, so they have an obvious interest in seeking Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, June 26, 1974 15 THE OFFICIAL ASSOCIATED PRESS 1974 BRAND NEW, the 7974 AP Sports Almanac is the first volume compiled by the expert and seasoned sports staffers of The Associated Press, the world's largest newsgath- ering organization. NOW-it's available to all readers of this newspaper. Check below on the book's content and details on how you can obtain it. ANAC 928 pages of sports facts seems incredible—but true —and at what a great.Jow price! This AP charter, paperback edition for 1974 is packed with information on some 100 sports throughout the world. You'll be able to find the particular facts or figures on a sport, from archery to yachting, at your fingertip. The book includes histories of each sport, some rules of the game, winners, times, champions, personality profiles, great photos —a.nd more. And the price is low —only 51.65 (plus 20 cents for postage and handling). Send for your edition today, and think about what a great gift for birthday or any ,.,other,reason, this book, would be! • Simply fill out the coupon below and mail it with the correct remittance to the address indicated. AP SPORTS ALMANAC (Carroll, Iowa Daily Times Herald.) Box 306 Teaneck, N.J. 07666 Enclosed is $ ._. for copies of The Official AP 1974 Sports Almanac at S1.65 (plus 20 .cents for postage & handling) each ' NAME _ ADDRESS ____ ' STATE __ . ZIP CODE ._. L. Make check payable to The Associated Press outside help to cut the time down. There are, at last, signs of a mini-investment boom in the American paper industry, its starting signal being the announcement in March of the ending of price controls this summer. Up to then neither the shortage of paper nor rising prices could persuade the papermakers that new. investment would yield sufficiently attractive profits. Most of the companies are now dominated by finance Astrology For Thursday June 27,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19)In an important confrontation, little flashes of inspiration will guide you to act in a way that will best serve a tricky situation. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A problem that faces you where your work is concerned can be solved with a little ingenuity. Put your imagination into gear. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Your routine will be broken by an unexpected but pleasant surprise. It will turn a dull day into an interesting experience. CANCER (June 21-July 11) You'll be a bit restless and in need of stimulating companionship. Plan something with a friend who likes to get out and do things. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Someone you haven't seen much of recently will be on your mind. Why not make an effort to get in touch and see what's up? VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Something unusual is happening around you. If you can fit the pieces together, it will be of advantage to you materially. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Your personality takes on more dynamic characteristics today. Those you come in contact with will sense something magnetic about your presence. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) An opportunity will arise. It will enable you to separate yourself from a situation that has caused you aggravation recently. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) You'll be lucky through contacts regarding an activity you're associated with that's pushing a new project. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Goals are more reachable at this time if you aren't afraid to try new methods. 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Fruit Cocktail....3 tor £ Kraft 7-Oi. < 1 OO Dinner 4for*l° O Soflin Single Roll *> f\+ Towels 39* Kitty Clover Twin Pack Potato Chips .. Meadow Gold Ice Cream'/ 2 oai. A.E. Cottage Cheese....24-oz. Storz or Grain Belt Beer 12 16-Oz. BPak —ff\+ Dr. Pepper .,..79* men, who remember the disastrous over-investment in the late 1960s that led to the great slump of the early 1970s. When the world's papermakers got together in Rome last month, only the Americans could say that their investment forecasts looked more rosy than they did at the start of the year. Between March and May the Americans ordered 1.2 million tons of new papermaking and 1.1 million tons of new pulp-making plant; the present capacities are 66 million and 51 million tons respectively. None of this new plant is for that can't produce. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) The essence of a good idea will come to you from a conversation you'll be having with a forward-thinking friend. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) A' pal of yours has a problem and can't see the obvious solution. Your help will supply the desired result. YOUR BIRTHDAY June 27,1974 Partnership situations take on new importance this year. One alliance you'll be forming will bring with it a most unusual opportunity. newsprint, possibly because the newsprint makers, who 1 operate mainly in Canada, have been alarmed by the worldwide fall in advertising. The volume of newsprint used in America was 9 per cent down on the year befere. ici Thr Kronnmist of London Texans Call In Gerdes' Home WALL LAKE - Lt. Col. Everett Gerdes and five children of Abilene, Tex., spent from Saturday until Wednesday in the Fike Gerdes home. Mrs. Ida Nissen and Mrs. Christine Dozark accompanied Mrs. Dennis Dozark and Jason to Boyer Wednesday afternoon where they visited in the Carl Koch home. Terry Rohde of Denver, Ind., was a Thursday morning caller in the home of Mrs. Christine Dozark. Wednesday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Minnie Peters were Mr. and Mfs. Martin Wrackert of Ohio. Sunday afternoon and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culbertson and Kathy Jo, and Kenny Jetters and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Culbertson, Trivas and Tracey all of Laurens. Colorful Initiation — Taking his oath as a member of the Vatican's Swiss Guard while grasping the papal flag, this recruit undergoes the colorful initiation ceremonies of the elite Vatican garrison which now numbers 60 members. AAONTGO/WER LOWEST BRAKE PRICES OF THE YEAR \2 WHEEL (SETS Exchange LOW-COST INSTALLATION AVAILABLE DELUXE BRAKE SHOES Get the fast, sure stops you need from these resin lined brake shoes. They have the high quality friction material for minimum grab and high fade resistance. 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