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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuriday, January 23, 1975 It's who you know that Get to know The Oshawa" Connection 4CN40A 1974 CHEVY NOVA 4 Door. 8 cyl.. radio, automatic power steering, power brakes. 4CN63A 1974 CHEVELLE 4 Door, 8 cyl., radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 4CN75A 1974IMPALA 4 Door, radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. low mileage. 4CN87A 1973 CHEVY NOVA 4 Door, radio, automatic trans. 4CN94A 1973 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON 3 seat, radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 4CN79B 1970 CHEVROLET 2 Door H.T. Radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 4CN110A 1974CHEVELLE 2 Door H.T. Radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 5CN1A 1974 CHEVROLET 4 Door, low mileage, radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 1970 FORD 2 Door Hardtop. Radio, auto- matic trans., power steering, power brakes. 5P117A 1971 METEOR 4 Door. Fully equipped, Including air conditioning. 5P161A 1970 MERCURY 4 Door, radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 5P95A 1974 BUICK CENTURY 2 Door, trans., power steering, power brakes. 4CN74A 1974 OLDS CUTLASS 4 Door, radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. 4CN74A 1974 EL DORADO Fully equipped. 5P13A 1973 DODGE 2 Door H.T. Radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. COMPACT CARS 1972 MAZDA 2 Door, R., AT trans., air. New motor. 5C53A 1973 MAZDA Station wagon. 4 speed trans. 4CN77B 1974 TOYOTA SR 2 Door, 5 speed, radio. 4CN82A 1973VCQA 4 speed trans., radio. 4CN89A 1973 VEGA Radio. Automatic trans. 4CN97A 1974 VEGA Hatch Back. Radio, automatic trans. 4CN36A 1974 PINTO Radio, automatic trans. 4CN100A 1974 DUSTER 2 Door, 6 cyl., radio, automatic trans., power steering. 4CN107A 1974 DART 4 Door, 8 cyl., radio, automatic trans. THEOSHRWR CONNECTION "It's Who You Know That Counts" ENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE OK Supermarket Lot (2nd Ave. and 9th St. S. Phone 328-1101 CARDS OF THANKS The Alberta Army Cadet League Barbados draw wa won by Mrs. Laura M. Me calf of 530 B Ash Avenue Medicine Hat, Alberta, Ticke No. 05949. 9416-2 GORDON Doroth wishes to thank the nurses an staff of First East, St Michael's Hospital. Als relatives and friends for card and flowers. Dorothy Gordon. 939 SHOLOGAN Gratefu thanks to my many friend and relatives for flowers cards and visits while I was in hospital. Special thanks to the doctors of the Campbell Clinii and nursing staff on Seconi East of St. Michael's Hospital. Your kindnesses were appreciated more than words can say. God bless you all. Shologan 9429-25 On Jan. 15, Mr. Bob Cutler was a guest at the Foothills 4 H Horse Club meeting anc he graciously donated funds from the previous 4-H horse club. We would like to thank Mr. Cutler and all the former members for their thought- fulness. For activity, Sandy Rebalkin spoke on tack, the types to use for everyday and for shows. Sincerely Brenda Schuler reporter 9418 GAETZ We would like to thank the doctors and the nursing staff, at the Bow Island Hospital for their kind effort and care in the passing of Anthony Gaetz. Also to everyone who sent, cards, flowers and food. Thanks to Mr. Cecil Maranville and the pallbearers. Also to Martin Bros. Funeral Home for their assistance in funeral arrangements. Your kindness will always be remembered. Gaetz family. 9417 MARTIN I wish to sincerely thank the kind friends who sent Christmas cards, get well cards, flowers and for visits and many kindnesses which I received while a patient in the hospitals. Thanks to First Baptist Church, The Golden Mile Centre, also the nurses on second east of St. Michael's and the nurses on the second floor.of the Aux- iliary Hospital for their very thoughtful care. It is greatly appreciated. L. Martin 9460 Public resource control endorsed by labor council Public control of Alberta's cent to 156 per cent, he said. Two of three youths given jail terms Consumer class oil and natural gas resources Premier Peter Lougheed to "They want us to assume all was endorsed Wednesday by get them more federal tax the risks, and only get a small the Lethbridge and District concessions, but without portion of the said Labor Council at its annual success. Mr. Packard, meeting. The premier's political The council also endorsed Council recording secretary future is staked on tar sands the action of the Calgary Al Packard, who proposed the development, he said. Labor Council in rejecting a motion, said the oil companies The oil companies want a request for support of the oil in the Syncrude consortium free hand in oil distribution, industry's views made by the but profit increases over the Calgary Chamber of last year ranged from 28 per of three youths jointly charged with break, enter and theft received jail sentences in provincial court Wednesday. The third youth received a suspended sentence. Carey Kiefuik 16, 2206 6th Ave. N., was sentenced to 21 days in jail and 18 months probation, while Steven Triska, 16, 725 7th St. N., received 14 days in jail and 18 months probation. Danny Wehount, 18, 1252 St. Catherine Road, was given a suspended sentence and 18 months probabion. The three were in court Jan. 8 and pleaded guilty to the charge, which arose after a northside apartment was broken into and three bottles of liquor taken. Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson told'the three youths, "since you blame this on liquor, you will abstain from liquor during your 18 months probation. If you are caught drinking or drunk you will be charged with breach Of probation." Elaine Slawson, Lethbridge, charged with assault causing bodily harm after a Dec. 31 incident with Winnifred Beck, was remanded to Feb. 5 for election and plea. Mr. Slawson was ordered to sign an undertaking to appear on that date. prOpOSGQ A date for preliminary hearing for Ray 0. Markham, 36 rhe separate school board 2312 28th St. S., has been set at wl" be asked in February to March 12. Mr. Markham was studv tne feasibility of in-charged with dangerous driv- 'reducing a consumer educa-ing following a series of ac- tion course the separate cidents in the city Jan. 7. schools. Trustee Steve Vaselenak A property bail has served the notice of motion been set for Gary Robinson, Wednesday while expressing a Lethbridge, charged Jan. 7 need for the public to become with uttering a forged cheque, knowledgeable about the The offence occurred Aug. 30. producing, buying and Mr. Robinson was remanded marketing process, to. Jan. 27 for election .and jlea He suggested consumerism is now a reality of living. A serving prisoner at In addition to making it one Lethbridge Correctional In- of the core subjects, constitute, was remanded to Jan. sumer education should also 29 to answer to a charge of be included in the curriculum :alse pretenses. Garth Koch, of other subjects now being 10, of Calgary, was charged taught, Mr. Vaselenak Jan. 14. recommended. Patterns U.S. bookstore chain Light and Cozy! undercutting authors TORONTO (CP) Cana- at prices that undercut the Ca-7170 dian author Farley Mowat nadian originals. JlKWiSi savs ne has lost about Mr. Berton said Coles is in royalties because the Coles selling a compact version of bookstore chain has imported The Impossible Dream, his United States editions of three two-volume history of the 1 of his bool's and is selling Canadian Pacific Railway. felV them a' Prices- Tnfc version is published in Mr. Mowat said in an inter- New York with the view the book-importing ac- standing it will be sold only in tivity is "morally and ethical- ly reprehensible" even though The author says he Burned the courts have ruled the sales' the Canadian Copyright Act legal. gave him that protection. But Coles P'cked "P surplus stock another the U.S. hardcover book at f Canad'an author, estimates cut-rate prices. losses at for Mr. Mowat says Coles has 'he same reason. imported three of his Mr- Berton and Mr- Mowat books-Sibir, The Polar ISM said that U.S. books are being sion'and A Whale for the ieWMp imported into Canada and sold Killing. CORRECTION On Page 19 of Wednesday, January 22nd Lethbridge Herald the following item should have read: FRYING CHICKEN Government Inspected Canada Grade CCC A. Whole Frozen Ib 00 Fine mohair makes this :ape an asset for all seasons! New! Shelter your houlders gracefully with ape-shawl in bold pineapple esign. Crochet quickly of ine, silky soft mohair, 'attern 7179: one size fits 8- 0. for each pattern ash, cheque or money order. Wd each pattern for first lass mail and special handi- ng to Alice Brooks, .ethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 3rogress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario. MIT 4P7. )nl. residents add It sales ax. Print plainly Pattern umber. Name, Address. lasy, Easy, Easy! RINTED PATTERN Gulf's Midwinter Service SPECIAL Riot story brings conviction Change motor oil-our best multi-grade. DURBAN (Reuter) The publishers and a senior editor of the Durban Daily News were convicted today of breaking South Africa's Riotous Assemblies Act by publishing a story about a political rally banned by the government. The rally, staged in this city by two militant black organ- izations in support of the Mo- zambique Liberation Front (Frelino) last' Sept. 25, was broken up by police with tear gas and dogs. The newspaper's assistant editor, Michael Green, 44, who had pleaded not guilty and faced a possible six months' jail sentence, was cautioned on conviction and discharged. The Daily News owner, the Argus Publishing Company, was fined 10 rand dollars) on the same charge of con- travening the act. The newspaper's editor, John O'Malley, was found not guilty. During the trial, Green told the court his newspaper's re- port that the rally would take place was published as a legitimate news item. The prosecution claimed the pro-Frelimo rally was wrong- fully and unlawfully reported by the newspaper after it had been banned by an order published in the government's official gazette on the same day. PAY ATTENTION MADISON, Wis. (AP) The sight of legislators eating, drinking, smoking and reading newspapers has vanished from the Wisconsin state assembly chambers. Under new rules, only water is allow- ed in the' chamber. i 2 3 4 5 Pressure test the cooling system. 6 Test and record freezing point of radiator coolant. T Test and service battery. JnstallanewGulfOil Filter. Lubricate the chassis. Supply and install a 6 oz. can of Gulf Gas Line Anti-Freeze. W Inspect all fluid levels. 9 Lubricate door hinges and locks. Inspect exhaust system. 44 inspect all belts and hoses. Inspect all lights and mmt signals. ainspea shock absorbers. M Check and adjust air pressure in all tires. If old man winter is giving your car a hard time right about now, pull in where you see the Gulf Mid-Winter Service Special sign. It's a real cool deal at a special price. Only Parts and labour are included in the price, and it's all covered under the Gulf dealer guarantee of 90 days or 4000 miles, whichever comes first. Don't be left out in the cold. Phone or come in and make an appoint- ment today, wherever you see the Mid-Winter Service Special sign. tt-point service Special Comfortable flare dress. Printed Pattern 4536: Women's Sizes are 34 (38 inch bust with 40 inch 36 (40 bust, 42 38 (42 bust, 44 40 (44 bust, 46 42 (46 bust, 48 44 (48 bust, 50 46 (50 bust, 52 48 (52 bust, 54 Jl.OO for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15t each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add "f sales lax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Ann Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scarborough Ontario, MIT 4P7. Use your Gulf Travel Card, Chargex, or Master Charge. including parts and labour most passenger cars. Offer expires March ;