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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta tl THI LETHMIDOI HMALD Thurtday, October 22. 1970 SCOTTISH SHEEP ARRIVE Some of sheep from Scotland destined for Nova Scotia commercial farms get their bearings in the Quebec City port after arriving by ship. The sheep, imported to revitalize the Nova Scotia sheep industry, will spend 30 days in quarantine before being sent to the farms. Fences Off His Property To Keep Out Intruders CALGARY (CP) Dr. S. L. Wackid, a retired surgeon who has lived in Calgary since 1889, has fenced off part of his prop- erty to protect it from litter- bugs and noise makers. Two Get Degrees At Convocation EDMONTON (CP) Two men well known in the aca- demic world will receive hon- orary degrees at the Univer- sity of Alberta fall convocation Oct. 31. Dr. W a 11 e r Johns, former president of the university, and Dr. John Sterling, chancellor of Stanford fin Cali- fornia will receive the degree of doctor of laws. Dr. Sterling obtained his mas- ters of arts degree from the University of Alberta in 1938. The six foot high fence, in southwest Calgary, has the city concerned as it cuts off part of a parkland around the Glen- more Reservoir. The city says, however, that Dr. Mackid is within his rights to protect his land from intru- ders. Dr. Mackid says in addition to late night disturbances and mess left behind by picknickers, invasion of privacy was another reason for building the fence. The doctor purchased his pro- perty 50 years ago and in 1931 sold 19-15 acres to the city for the construction of the reser- voir as a water supply. PROUD HERITAGE Crown-owned assets in Can- ada include 100 acres of land, 10 acres of which is covered with fresh water, and 150 "feet of sea frontage, for every man, woman and child in Canada. Credit Curbs Urged OTTAWA (CP) Many In- debted families living on low in- comes appear to be using credit to supplement their inadequate incomes, the Senate poverty committee was told today. Jacob Ziegel, a law professor at Osgoode Hall law school at York University in Toronto, said in a brief to the committee that evidence of this is "particularly He said there are many causes of heavy indebtedness among low-income consumers, not only irresponsible credit- granting practices. But many competent observers said the most important cause was easy credit and the encouragement to use it. He told the senators that more needs to be done both fed' erally and provincially to pro- vide relief for the overcommit- ted low-income consumer. OVERHAUL LOANS ACT He recommended m particu- lar the prohibition of wage as- signments and garnishments and "the long overdue over- haul" of the Small Loans Act, especially raising the ceiling on loans subject to the act to at least from He recommended several measures to prevent the exces- sive granting and use of credit, including strict policing of ad- vertising and selling practices. 'Canadians are the second largest users of consumer credit in the free said Prof. Ziegel. Although consumer credit has grown faster than almost every other economic index, Canada is one of the few Western coun- ties where until now the gov- ernment appears largely to lave ignored the impact of con- sumer credit on the over-all state of the economy, he said. He urged that the terms of reference of the prices and in- comes commission be widened o include consumer credit. OUT THEY GO! WHILE THEY LAST! WE MEAN BUSINESS! UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. TRAILER CITY MOBILE HOME LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SQUIRE SINGLE AND DOUBLE WIDE UNITS! ECUMENICAL STEP LADYSMTTH, Wis. (AP) File ecumenical movement has become entwined with the halls if ivy in this northwestern Wis- :onsin community. Dr. Robert Lovett, a Presbyterian, recently ras named president of Mount ienario College. John Perry a Methodist, became vice-presi- dent. Mount Senario is a Roman liberal arts college. Squire has the only Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation Approved Unit in Canada! Built to the exacting specifications of C.M.H.C. to give you the ultimate in value. There's none finer so be lure to see Squire before you buy any mobile home! FOR EXAMPLE: Brand New 12 Foot Wide 2 Bedroom Mobile Home Fully furnished throughout with fridge, itove, furnace, livingroom suite, dining room suite, bedroom luites, lamps, drapes, elc. SELLOUT PRICED SCCQ7 AT ONLY, COMPLETE R low Down Payment and Up to 7 Years for the balance. 1970 SCAMPER 15 FOOT TRAILER Sleeps six, has stove with oven, ice box, brakes, owning. SELL-OUT PRICED AT INLETHBRIDGE: 613-4th Ave. S. AND YOU CAN TAKE YOUR PICK OF MANY OPTIONS SUCH AS: RUGS, WASHER-DRYER, ETC., ETC. AT WHOLESALE PRICES! Still a Good Selection of 1970 Model Scamper Trailers, Campers, Motor Homes also Markee Truck Caps, Trailers, Campers. No Down Payment Required! (if approved) Low Monthly Payments Arranged! (Take up to 36 Months to Pay) EXAMPLE OF THE GREAT BUYS AVAILABLE: 1 ONLY! FOOT SCAMPER CAMPER With heater, jocks. Ice box, stove and many other exclusive features. SEU-OUT PRICED AT I ONLYI SCAMPER MOTOR HOME 1300 series with 1 ton truck chassis, a home on wheels with too many op- tions to flist. SEU-OUT PRICED AT Be Sure to Attend Our OPEN HOUSE See our complete line-up of Brand New 1971 Model Cars by American Motors. AMBASSADOR BROUGHAM MATADOR HORNET JAVELIN AND THE ALL NEW GREMLIN ALL 70 MODEL NEW AND DEMONSTRATOR CARS AND JEEP TRUCKS SLASHED IN PRICE AGAIN TO CLEAR! LOOK AT THESE OUTSTANDING BUYS. 1970 GREMLIN SEDAN NORTH AMERICA'S BEST DOUAR VALUE- 6 cylinder, 128 h.p., oversize tires. SELl-OUT PRICED AT Choose from 40 other units! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FINAL YEAR OF THE S YEAR, MILE WARRANTY! WORTH OF USED CARS MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST! 1970 Hornet Sedan 6 cyl., aulo., only miles. 1969 Rambler American 2 door, 6 cyl., auto., only miles. 1969 Chevrolet Sedan V-8, aulo. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY LOW DOWN PAYMENT LOW RATE FINANCING 1968 Rambler American 6 cyl., auto., low mileage SELL-OUT PRICED 1968 Ambassador Sedan V-8, Mint condition. SELl-OUT PRICED 1963 Rambler Sedan 6 cyl., std. Af o sacrifice price, SELLOUT PRICED 1967 Dodge Polara 6 cyl., standard. SELL OUT PRICED 1967 Chevrolet Sedan V-8, auto., radio. SELL-OUT PRICED 1966 Rambler 2-Door Completely overhauled and re- painted, 6 cyl., sld., o real good economy car. SELl-OUT PRICED 1965 Rambler American 6 cyl., sld., radio. SELL-OUT ffCCC PRICED i1964 Ford Sedan V-8, auto., new paint. imi-OUT PRICED 1968 Javelin 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, 4 speed stick, radio, very low mileage, A-l condition. SELL-OUT PRICED EXTRA GENEROUS ALLOWANCES ON-THE-SPOT APPRAISALS OPEN TILL 9 P.M. EVENINGS YOUR AUTHORIZED AMERICAN MOTOR DEALER n UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. CORNER 3rd AVENUE, 3rd STREET S. PHONE 327-2805 OUT THEY GO! WHILE THEY LAST! WE MEAN BUSINESS! ;