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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Month-long celebration Pro Motors has new look rtti Motors Ltd. will hold a month-long grand open- ing to celebrate the completion of an extensive remodelling program for the facilities al 1520 2nd Ave. S. The oldest import car dealer In Lethbridge, Pro Motors of- fers a complete line of Mazda and Mercedes-Benz cars. Formed in I960 by Jake, Niel and Hugh van Seters, the busi- ness has thrived on excellent service and quality product. The brothers came to Canada with extensive experience in business management within the framework of automotivea Industry. Included In the remodelling Excha mge programs WASHINGTON (CP) CBC Hadio and National Public Ra- dio of the United States have announced plans for the ex- change of programs, facilities nnd possibly personal', President Donald H. Quayle of NPR said in an announce- ment Tuesday that the two or- ganizations have committed themselves lo exchange news, 'current events and cultural and educational programs "to en- hance the understanding" be- tween Canada and the U.S. NPE Is a publicly-supported national network of 144 U.S. ra- dio stations and was organized last May with funds Irom the Corporation for Public Broad- casting. Jack Craine, CBC's director of radio, said that although the CBC has a close relationship with the BBC and other Com- monwealth broadcasters, "we've always felt it was a pity there was no obvious partner in the United for the kind of current affairs and arts pro- gramming which has been Ira ditional in CBC Radio." Fruits are packages in which the plants that bear them store their seeds. program Is an enlarged ihow room. The space hai been In- creased by one third to better facilitate the different lines of both makes of can. The revised parts department will have a Telex connection to parts suppliers for fast and ac curate service. One of the most modern paint booths in western, Canada will ensure excellent workmanship An oven in the department will give paint jobs a more even drying process. The body shop, offices anc exterior of the entire building has been completely remodelled. There are 12 employees In the company, including mech- anics, body men, sales and of- fice staff. Mr. van Seters said with the Introduction of the Mazda of cars with the rotary engine the service section been upgraded toward rotary engine work lo give better service to customers. Mr. van Sefers welcomes one and all to the grand opening featuring prizes, coffee and re freshmenU through to Oct. 15 15, H72 THE LETHMIDOI HMALD West grain on the move PHOTO BY PIERRE HUOT TRUDEAU _ Ir, Montreal Prime Trudeou got hold of a news photographer's camera and tt up a bir. Tha reaulfi A snappy shot of Margarot Trudcaj and nine-year-old Bentley Taylor, ihe son of one of Mr. Trudexiu's constiluenls in Mount Royal riding. VANCOUVER (CP) Be- tween 700 ind 800 railway cars full of pntie grata are moving Into Vancouver dally for unload- ing at waterfront elevators tod subsequent far eastern exports, the railways reported Thurs- day- Canadian National Railways reported from Edmonton that the backlog ol prairie grain for export from the Vancouver ele- vators will be taught up by the end o( the week. CN said It has 250 cars ar- riving in Vancouver daily. Grain elevators throughout the prairie provinces ere full aed several hundred other rail cars are loaded and ready for move- ment to the Vancouver water- front. CP Rail eald it has 450 to 500 cars arriving here daily for un- loading. The elevator companies are working two shifts a day five days a week, getting the grain moved into the holds ol dcepsca shipa. CP Rail said It has care backed up from here to the prairies with full loads of grain waiting bo get into Vancouver elevator sites. PLAYING IT COOL Meanwhile, Ed Strong, presi dent o( the B.C. Maritime Em ployers Association, said nego- iatloos with International and W a r e- Union "are more constructive than they were before." Henry KancsJ spokesmen [or Jie Grain Workers Union, Local 333, said the membership met Wednesday night and decided to "continue playing It cool" despite the lack of a contract with the wheat pools that run the elevators. "We are not going to be pro- voked into taking strike action unless they start firing said Mr. Kancs. New bumpers on Buicks DETROIT (AP) Buick eluding Opals Imported veiled its 1973 automobile Ibie, eaturing shock absorbing bumpers on all models and by the Electra Lopped again Limited. The bumpers are designed to lake a live mile-an-hour bump without damage to the car. Other features include an ex- haust recirculafion system con- forming with federal anil-pollu- tion laws and specially luned suspension systems to smooth out slow-speed rides when radial tires are used. The Intermediate line k lop- ped by the Century Regal coilpe, with a slraighl rool line and rear quarter-windows. N. Mays, Buick general manager, forecast 1973 U.S sales would reach in from Germany, Current 1972 sales are said Mays. This was surpassel only by the division's 1S55 record year. The 1972 figure represents a 23-per-cenl increase from 1971. Dies in fire EDMONTON (CP) A man who died IB a fire Tuesday Idenlilied loday as Eric Joseph Kuhn, 42, a resident of the Barrhead area who lived in Edmonton during the work- week. Mr. Kuhn was found by lire-; man badly burned and over- come with smoke, lying on his bed. A cigarette was blamed for the accident. PRO-MOTORS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OF THEIR NEWLY REMODELLED PREMISES 1973 MAZDA'S On Display Pictured above is to our fine city. 1he exterior of Pro-Motori beautiful new building li a tribute Free Installation on all Radios and Block Heaters MAZDA RX-2 The amazing performer with Ihe rotary engine, ll has no pis Ions, no rods, no valves, no crankshaft, no lifters. An eleclnc rear window defagger, Glare-free men! panel with tachometer, speedometer, amefer, fcnv perafure- and fuel gauges. Our smooth four-speed floor shift. Combination con- trol lever for turn in 9 and wipers, There's door-lo-door corpeling. Flow through yen IE- lot ion. Reclining front bucket seati. A roomy rear >eat. An eleclric clock and a cigar lighter. MAZDA 808 Gel out of the rut and Enlo a Mazda. The nflw Mazda 808 Sports Coupe, Became this the way driving was meant ro be. Mazda's ToOOcc overhead cam angina you more excitement on four wheels than anything ahead of the pack and keeps you there; that wide-stance stability that lets you corner like a cat. And every inch of Mazda's style Bays gel-up-and-go, from its raklih fast-back flair to the cockpit comfort of ill carpeted Interior. Choose a silk-smoolh 4- on -the- floor iffck shift or Mazda'i outstanding 3-speed automatic with manual ever- Yoy owe yourself a leit drive In this Mozdo 808. Sporls Coupe or snnaoth-ridjna four-door They're here. And going fa ill MAZDA 1800 PICKUP ON DISPLAY SEPT. 29 Weekdays it's a gulsy workhorse that packs a hefty payload, hour after working hour. Venalile, durable, re- liable and Bconomfcal, Work over, it's your leconef car an easy-rider with o roomy sedan-styled Interior and plenty of power under the hood. Weekends, Mazda 1800 is the pack-up-anj-go pickup. It carries your camper fast down tha freeway and easy over the back roads. Smooth-rid ing, turf-fooled and fun I HUGO VAN SETERS SAlfS MANAGER NEIt VAN SETfRS SERVICE I. If you purchase a new car between Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 YOU MAY WIN 1st Cash 2nd Prize--Free Gas For 3 Months Be sure to enter your name for the regular DOOR PRIZES NO OBLIGATION JAKE VAN SETERS PARTS MANAGER PETER BOSKER tODV SHOf FOREMAN W T Pro-Motors Ltd "Letlibridge's Oldest Import Car Dealer" 1520 2nd AVE. SOUTH Phone 328-8117 ;