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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SO THE LETMMIDGS HERAID Wednesday, October Jl, 1970 Thursday At Milk River Band Concert 21, THE Hfitin _ JJ MILK RIVER (HNS) A bend concert featuring the Erie Rivers Junior and Senior High School Bands will be held Thursday night in the high tchool auditorium at 8 p.m. The 30-member junior high band and the 48-member high ichool band will present a ya- rnd program of music ranging from a Bach prelude and fugue to selections from the Broad- way musical "Fiddler on the Roof." Other selections on the pro- gram will be a suite by the con- temporary composer Vaclav Nelhybel, marches and other traditional band music. The bands are under the di- rection of C. Hendrickson. BACK IN BUSINESS A sand hill crane followed too closely 10 farm equipment until one day it was run over and received a broken leg. It was takn to the foothills Veterinary Clinic in Cardston where was put on the leg. Now it .is a member of Dr. Stewart's game farm of Lethbridge. Catherine Hull Photo DISTRICT DOINGS Honor Driver NOBLEFORD (Special) Nov. residents will honor Archie Mif flin, retiring after 40 yean of service as school bus driver. It will be held the Noble Central School- au- ditorium. All pupils ever ridden with this driver invited to attend; Chocolate Drive COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Wayfarers Girls Club will conduct a chocolate drive from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21. Proceeds will be used for the baby chick project of the Mennonite Central Commit- tee. Miss Bowman Wins COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Hospital Auxiliary has announced Miss Wendy Bowman has been awarded the annual 575 award sponsored by the group. Miss Bowman is in nurses training at the Lethbridge Community College. To Pakistan BELLEVUE (CNP Frank Plowman will be leav- ing the Crowsnest Pass in the near future to spend six montHs in Pakistan working for Becker Drills. Mr. Plowman was employed as a welder in the Blair- more plant until it closed down last month. Mrs. Plowman and children will remain in Belle- vue. VISIT RELATIVES NOBLJEFORD (HNS) Mrs. Lilian Plomp and Cecil Baines are spending a week in Ed- monton visiting relatives. EXPENSIVE RELATIVE Simmental-Hereford cross-breed calves raised at Taber by Dr. Darwin H. Lund boast half-brother relationship to a bull recently sold at Cardston to a U.S. buyer for Calves were born in March, weigh 650 to 700 pounds, and are now weaning. These will go to market Friday, Oct. 23, in a foundation sale at Prairie Livestock Ltd. yards at Taber. Ross Gibb Photo UNICEF Time Again PINCHER CHEEK (Special) It is UNICEF time again uid Pincher Creek youngsters are again behind this well known organization that assists the millions'of children of the world. The public and separate schools have always co-op- erated fully and are doing so again this year. In Pincher Creek alone there will ba placed 900 UNICEF boxes with children in Grades 1 to 6 in- clusive. The Hutterite children of the Pincher Colony always contribute and Livingston school of Lundbreck have 120 children who will participate. Pincher Creek has always stood high in collections for a 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX town of its size. Added interest of the following factual account is to be found as B. P. Sarathy who was bom in India and did five years social work is now a resident of Pincher Creek. UNICEF's activities in India are mainly concerned with health, education, fighting against malnutrition and Im- proving of the agricultural methods. In growing, Indian children in various parts of the country become victims of diseases such as TE, malaria and othsr tropical diseases. Their health centres, mobile units at- tend to the needs of the help- less children in the far corners of the Indian villages. Free medicines amd free medical fa- cilities to the poor are pro- vided. They have training pro- grams for health supervisors, nurses and other medical per- sonal. Within the last decade it has built a large network of child and maternal health centres. Young mothers today are hap- py to learn and bring up healthy babies with the aid of the UNICEF. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own .home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at oil and costs little. Just KO to your drugstore and ask for Nnran. Pour this into a pint bottle ami ndd enough grapefruit juice to fill tho bottle. two tableapoonsful twice a day as needed nml follow the Naran Reducing If your lirfil. dons not show you a simple easy way to toso bulky lat and help regain slender more graceful curves; If reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return tho empty bottle for your money hack. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring hack al- luring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat much belter you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. Towards or- ganization has immensely help- ed the people. They have carefully studies the problems and large sums of their fund is spent towards the development. Modern ma chinery is available to thf farmer and programs to figh pests are also under way as well as better methods for stor ing grains and other products Water wells are drilled ant better conservation of water, to stanci against severe drough conditions, is taught. .India's cli mate is so varied with lonj hot summers and devastatin] monsoons which question tto progress of the nation's econ omy. UNICEF protects the vie tiras by food, shelter, mcdica and other help on ths spot. UNICEF is actively engage: in educating the younger popu lation in various spheres of ac tivily. A few are primary, sec nndary ami vocational school for both hoys and girls, youll clubs in different parts of th country, community project for adults, student exchang programs o r students to pro mote cultural exc h a n g e ar sponsored. Educational film on sanitation, hygiene, nutri lion and better living ar shown to educate the rural pop ulation. Today many research In stitutes and universities are ac lively engaged to find bette protein foods, food substitutes to meet the growing demand of the people. India has benefited and pro grossed with her many intr! cato problems because of the aid and co-o p e r a t i o n o UNICEF and the people wh support such an organization. FURNITURE LTD. GORDON BOWDEN ROY BRUMMOND Gordon and Roy wish to take this opportunity to extend a special "Thank You" to all the wonderful people who have favored them with their patronage over the past seven years. During this anniversary sale we have sale ticketed our entire large stock. What a wonderful opportunity for you to save many and our way to say "Thank OPEN THUR. and FRI. UNTIL P.M. DOOR OPENING SPECIAL! STACKING STOOLS SET OF 3- WHILE THEY LAST! SPECIAL LIVING ROOM DEFT. 53 CHESTERFIELD SUITES Such famous names as SKYLAR, TYNAN, BARRYMORE, and CENTURY CRAFT. IN MODERN, CONTEMPORARY, AND PERIOD STYLINGS. ALL ON SALE DURING THIS GREAT MONEY-SAVING ANNIVERSARY SALE EVENT IN OUR CHAIR DEFT. Choose from dozens of CHAIRS All on Sale RECLINERS LAZ-E-BOYS HOSTESS ROCKERS OCCASIONAL CHAIRS SAVE BEDROOM DEPT. OVER 25 BEDROOM SUITES Such famous names as KNECHTEl, PEPPLER, and VICTORIAVILLE and others. ALL AT SALE PRICES Drop in and browse around duing our An- niversary Sale. Here's a great opportunity for newly-weds or other homemakes to buy their furniture and at the same time avail yourself of the substantial savings being offered. IN OUR KITCHEN DEPT. Save many Now on Kitchen and Dinette Suites by leading Canadian manufacturers In a host of styles and a wide choice of covers and colors. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE FURNITURE IS ON SALE FOR THIS WEEK. SAVE MANY DOLLARS! ELECTROHOME Thursday, Friday and Saturday MEET DAVE TREDGETT ELECTROHOME FACTORY DAVE TREDGETT "The Berwick" The popular Electrobrite 295 sq. In. Color TV picture. The Berwick is in exquisite contem- porary styling, hand rubbed by Deilcraft Crafts- men and finished with mar-resistant Duradial. Other features include the new C-7 handcrofted chassis with and and the patented range automatic fine tuning. "The Madeira" The Deilcraft cabinetry presents the elusive blend of quiet restraint and daring lines. Conductor 80 watt chassis and all-new veractor solid state FM tuner, renowned Garrard 40B turntable, 2-10" speakers and speakers. It also features an Electrohome Cas- sette Tape Recorder. "The Clairidge" As above In the popular 295 sq. Color TV picture. The Claridge is derived from its crendenza-inspired styling featuring authentic Spanish hardware. The Deilcraft cabinet is in Autumn Oak. "The Berkley" Compact portable color television. 185 sq. In. picture tube with the new C-9 hand- crafted color chassis. The "Berkley" features patented full ring au- tomatic fine tuning, dipole an- tenna, walnut vinyl wrapped cabinet. You get the same performance as with Electro- horns console models. No Down Payment Up to 36 Months to Pay "The Crescendo" Presents a new perspection for styling in Stereo. It combines the 125 Watt Maestro chas- sis and a Dual 1210 Turntable and has Electrohome's own Philharmonic Ceramic cartridge. Deilcraft cabinet is in Walnut, Natural Walnut or Hickory. h i o n s OPEN THURS. and FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. FURNITURE LTD. 1254 3rd Avenue S. Canadian Business Businessmen Will Listen To Govt. On Price Plea By IRVING C. WHYNOT audUa Prew Bnilneii Editor Business leaden ice taking a ough etand In their talks with lie federal prices and incomes wmnussion about voluntary price restraint in 1971, but they ave agreed at least to listen urther to what the commission las to say. The commission is being Just Fighting Flares On Mideast Front AMMAN (AP) New fight- Ing between Jordanian govern- ment troops and Palestinian irab guerrillas broke out Tues- ay near the northern town of The Arab peace mission met Amman and called for av immediate ceasefire. Its obseiT ers on the scene reported the ighting consisted mostly of ex- hanges between tank guns, ar- tillery, mortars and machine- runs. The scene of the fighting is a cluster of five villages on the Syrian border between Ramtha and Irbid through which the guerrillas move their arms and upplies. The peace commission de- cided earlier In the day to con- uct an urgent inquiry into fighting in north Jordan last weekend. It announced those found re- te tougN and the rumors of pos- sible mandatory price and wage restraint still remain. Behind-the-scenes talks have already been held between the commission and top officials of major business trade groups, and more are scheduled. The commission is pressing for extension of the commit- ment business gave to hold price Increases below cost in- General Motors Trucks Recalled DETROIT AP) Owners of 971 model light-duty Chevrolet and GMC trucks have been nott- led to return their trucks to eaters for inspection of possi- ly faulty carburetor throttle linkage brackets. General Mo- tors saM the throttle lever can atch under the linkage bracket and force the throttle to remain pen under certain conditions, he truck owners were in- onned. sponsible for the flareup will be handed over to Jordanian gov- ernment authorities to be tried as violators of the ceasefire agreement signed between King Hussein and guerrilla leader Yasir Arafat last week. Ceiling Planned Rates OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister Edgar Benson told the Commons Tuesday the govern- ment is not considering re-intro- ducing the ceiling on the inter est rates of chartered banks. He was replying to a question from New Democrat Leader ,T C. Douglas, who advocated tha the government do something about bank interest rates in light of the fact that the Eco- nomic Council of Canada ha< said such "exorbitant" rate, were holding back eeono growth. Conservative finance critic Marcel Lambert (Edmonton West) asked the minister vrha he and Louis Rasminsky, gover nor of the Bank of Canada were doing to even out the flue tuating money supply in Can- ada, also criticized by the eco nomic council. Mr. Benson said he and Mr Rasminsfcy discussed the mat ter every week. creases until end of 'ear. Business is bucking tr- uest unless there is some port f solid promise that labor will moderate its wage demands. SB ar there has been no indication f labor support. Business is.soft acron country and profits nave been pinched. Against this back- round, business spokesmen ako the stand that they cannot le expected to carry the burden In the fight against Infla- ion without the co-operation d abor. When business made Its com- mitment for 1970 there was an understanding that the commis- sion would continue to seek such labor support, which never ma- terialized. WILL TALK SOME MORE But in preliminary talks with the commission on the future of the restraint policy, business has agreed to further talks, which now move into regional meetings between commission members and industrial lead- ers. The first of these meetings will be held in Toronto Wednes- day, followed by another later in the month. Other such meet- ings will be held in Halifax, Ed- monton, Vancouver and Mont- real. The commission hopes to complete these meetings by late November and to gather enough support to call another national meeting such as the one in Feb- ruary which hammered out the 1970 program of voluntary re- straint. If that move fails, the com- mission has made it clear that business can expect some short of stronger action from the fed- eral government. One source close to the talki said the commission stand to roughly this: "We're making yards against inflation, but if the voluntary controls expire and aren't re- newed, and inflation starts to run away, be prepared for man- datory controls and un- 'Mandatory controls still being brandished as the ulti- mate the source said, The commission has held out no promise of labor support but has suggested that a continuing strong stand by business, and pressure from the commission could shame labor into co-oper- ation. The wine that's winning the West! Calona Red Dry is winning new friends every day. The reason: superior quality and consistent good taste! Calona Red Dry is a dry, velvety, full-bodied dinner wine carefully vinted from specially selected grapes and aged to P6li Once you've tried Calona Red Dry, you'll want to serve it as the perfect complement to roasts, chops, steaks and game. It's the one red dinner wine you 11 always want to have on hand. Canada's leading winemaker. ;