Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 9, 1973 Mother's Day, May 13th! Please mother with a G.E. Iron on her Big Day! The new self-cleaning spray, steam and dry iron It's by G.E, and it's at Eaton' now! A G.E. REPRESENTATIVE Will be on hand Thurs- day and Friday from 1 to 9 p.m. and Satur- day a.m. to p.m. to demonstrate the iron. Be cure to see her. And it's loaded with these Exciting additional features Instant spray fcutton A "sprinkling system" of tiny -svater droplets emitted each time the spray knob is activated. It may be used on any fabric setting when steam or dry ironing. Deluxe white contoured handle 9 Vertical cord lift keeps cord up and out of the way while you iron. 0 G.E. Durever cordset will not fray, creek or peel with normal use Wrap rest heel bar improves stability on the ironing board and provides a convenient means for cord storage Water window tells water level at a glance Polisned aluminum soleplate for smooth iron- ing 0 39 steam vents provide overall steam distri- bution. Self-clean button push down to empty and clean iron. Heat selector dial With the push of a button WHOOSH! Lint ancf loose mineral deposits fl through the steam vents. A clean iron works better longer! Helps prevent brown spotting. Steams better longer. Uses most tap water. Saves you o messy job! Say goodbye to those ruinous brown spors and clogged steam vents, instant spray sprinkles tiny water droplets at ony temperature setting; eliminates pre- dampening. This iron costs 29.98 we think it's worth every penny. For great ironing results every time, phons Eaton's ono' order !he oil-new General Electric Iron today Model F-110WH. 1100 watts. Each 29.98 Small Appliances, Second Floor EATON'S Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday from 9 til 9 BUYLINE 328-8811 Buy Mother one of thes e irons, for her big day Use Your Come True Card For Convenient Shopping RCMP celebratioji chief Dr. T. MacCallum Walker (centre) has been appoint- ed co-ordinator of the Alberta-RCMP Century Celebrations Committee. Committee chairman Dr. James MacGregor (left) and Tourism Minister Bob Dowling, discuss one of a number of promotional items being prepared for the celebrations. Dr. Walker plans RCMP celebration Dr. T. MacCalkmi Walker has bean appointed co-orciiriator of the Alberta RCMP Cer.tury Celebrations Committee. The group will plan and co- ordinate the celebrations to be held throughout the province during 1974 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ar- rival of the North West Mounted Police in Alberta in 1874. The announcement was made in Edmonton this week by Tourism Minister Bob Dowling. Dr. Walker is a graduate of Glasgow University and took his doctorate in philosophy at Queen's University, Belfast. He served in France and Germany during the Second World War. LIBRARY ROLE In 19S4, Dr. Walker came to the University of Calgary and during his seven years there directed the development of lib- rary services, seeing the uni- versity library become one of the fastest growing in Canada. He was a member of the board of directors of the Calgary Phil- harmonic Society. Keenly concerned with the preservation of material for local archives and the histor- ical development of the prairie provinces, Dr. Walker has a special interest in the Scottish settlers at Red River and in Colonel James F. McLeod of i the North West Mounted Police, i j Dr. Walker takes up his new I post in Edmonton this week and will work closely with Dr. I i James MacG-regor. chairman of the Alberta RCMP Century Celebrations Committee. Fruit salad dressing. GOT IT? GOOD FOR YOU! Palm Dairies Limited PF.LM Sjritim a Cars meet pollution standards WASHINGTON CAP) Four U.S.-mariufactured 1973 cars have performed in federal tests within the new pollution levels set by the government for 1975. Detroit's Big Three auto-mak- ers have attacked the auto- j emission levels as extremely se- vere and almost impossible to meet without complicated de- vices that filter exhaust gases. _ Sources at one auto-maker es- timated that as many as 33 other 1973 models tested by the Environmental Prote'ction Agency came so close to meet- ing the 1975 levels that '75 mod- els probably could meet the lev- els. The reason is that less stringent emission test condi- tions are planned for that year. The EPA's certification test results en the four 1973 U.S. cars and a fifth, a French-made Peugeot station wagon, were published in the Federal Regis- ter. Spokesmen for the Big Three Motors, Ford and that the companies still stand by last month's statements that auto emission standards for 1975 appear impossible to meet without catalytic converters for filtering exhaust. The U.S.-made cars that showed pollution levels within the 1975 standards were Chrys- ler's Plymouth Satellite with a 340-cubic-inch engine, Ford's LTD-class car with a 400-cubic- inch engine, a General Motors Vega and an American Motors Hornet. The 1975 pollution levels per- mit auto emissions that contain 1.5 grams of carbon monoxide a mile, 15 grams of hydrocarbons and three grams of oxides of ni- j trogen. DIAL DIRECT FOR (OR LESS) Y PLACE IN ALBERTA Saturday midnight to Monday 6 a.m. (First 3 minutes) Long Distance, is a great way to travel. Especially on Sunday, when half a buck is the most you need to pay for the first three minutes to dial any- other point in Alberta. At that rate you don't need a special reason to calf Long Distance, Someone would like to hear from you, So go This and every Sunday. How to get this special Sunday saving If you livp. in a Direct Distance Dialing area, dial your own call. If you live in a non-Direct Distance Dialing area, place your call station to station. Special rate does not apply on person to person, collect, third party billing, time and charge, pay phone or credit card calls.