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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuridoy, SepHmbor 1970 THE UTHBRIDGr HERALD J.1 New Fire Engine Wins MD Okay By KOSS GIBB Herald News Service TABKR Fire Protection Area No. 1 of the Taber MD is to K-ve a new [ire engine. Following discussions which lasted over several months it was agreed by tliu MD council recently a new truck complete with pumper be purchased in preference to repairing the old equipment and placing same on a new chassis. Members of the council rep- resenting the FPA (south of the Oldman River) were ap- pointed to a committee author- ized to investigate and pur- Induction Service FORT MACLEOD Special The Fort Macleod-Granum Pastoral Charge the United Church of Canada will be hold- ing an Induction Service for new minister Peter Walker Sept. 21 at p.m. in Trinity Church, Fort Maclcod. The service is sponsored by South Alberta Presbytery and will be conducted by Rev. Ted Eskdale of'Lethbridge. An open invitation is being extended; chase the new {ire-fighting ap- paratus. Council delegated all mem- bers of council and authorized the secretary-treasurer and the works foreman to attend the annual meeting of the Alberta Association of Municipal Dis- tricts at the Macdonald Hotel Edmonton, Nov. J7 through 20. Council accepted the tender of General Farm Supplies in the amount of for the supply and erection of a 42 by 54 by 14-foot maintenance shop building for MD equipment stored at Vauxhall. Council authorized Robert A. Edwards, Barnwell to destroy dogs found running at large under provision of the MD By- law No. 557 because of reported loss of livestock etc. by stray dogs in the area. The by-law will be published locally for the information of residents of the district. Council learned from consult- ing engineers D. G. Mathieu Ltd. Calgary that placing of hot mix pavement on the Hays road east of Highway 36 would com- mence next week and request- ed the department of highways to mark the half-mile of pave- ment at the west access to Tabcr recently placed by de- partment crews. CONnbFNTIALLY YOl Jr-it-i Barbara Ifrent MONTREAL, September 17th The every day challenge to our food budget has made us more aware of those products which combine economy, quality and convenience. .Take cake mixes, for example. I have a strong preference for MONARCH CAKE MIXES, because I know Monarch's quality is unsurpassed.. .and they come in those handy, economical pouches. When I compare prices I am more convinced that Monarch's Pouch-Pak is tta smart way to buy cake mix. I have eleven delicious flavours to choose from and another advantage is the choice of size. If I want a single layer cake. ...I use one Pouch-Pak. For a 2-layer cake... two Pouch-Paks. The Monarch Cake Mix people really know what housewives want! DO YOU REALIZE that over 6 generations of Canadians chil- dren and adults have used DR. FOWLER'S 'EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY for relief of diarrhea? My own grandmother was a booster of Dr. Fowler's... and for a very good reason. Fowler's is a gentle, restorative formu- la, based on roots and herbs. It relieves nausea and cramps... and gently restores intestinal balance. Dr. Fowler's is not constipating, aHhough it does act quickly. It has come to the aid of many a distressed mother after her children have over-indulged in food or play. For soothing relief from embarrassing, uncomfortable diarrhea, keep Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry on hand. FIREFIGHTERS IN ACTION Members of the Butte Fire Department don equipment as they hurl 'themselves into th e "hose-and-ladder" evont of the annual provincial hose laying and evolutions competitions, conducted recently in Lethbridge by the office of the Alberta Fire Commissoner. Other photo: Coach John Heinonen of the Picture Butte Department with his tea m of Ted Koyata, Cecil Somerset, Joe Tokai and Zoltan Sabo. It was one of eight Alberta fire departments which qualified for the finals in the competition. Sherwood Park volunteers won the test. Health Unit Runs Headstari COALDALE HNS) At a recent meeting of town council the Barons Eureka Health Unit was appointed administrator of the Headstall Program. This step was necessary be- fore the provincial government department begin to contri- bute its 80 per cent cost sharing arrangement of the program. The remaining 20 per cent is paid by the municpal- ities involved. Mayor Ron Low represents council on the Barons Eureka Health Unit. He stated the council would watch the var- ious phases of development and do its part. Headstart aids preschool children. School Registration New High At Cranbrook Honors Bestowed Upon Macleod Man FORT JIACLICOD fSpecial) j A native of Airdric. Mr. Blair and Mrs. Lew Blair were i has been with the CPU for the special guests at a luncheon at past VI years. He served in Ed- Cemetery Needed tbe St. John Ambulance Head, quarters in Calgary with Mr. Blair being honored for his un- stcnd, Sask., Pinchcr Creek, Tabcr. Raymond and other places before coming to Fort tiring work as a first aid in- j Maclcod in 1967. slructor. A devoted Scoutcr, Mr. Blair A framed certificate was prc-j bccn instructing first sented to Mr. Blair by N. J. Buchanan, former chief judge of the Northern Alberta Dis- trict Court and presently serv- ing as provincial president of :he Order of St. John for Al- geria. Tlte certificate reads "The most venerable order of the liospital of St. John of Jers'j- since 1944. He received his St. John's Ambulance license in 1958. Since that time 300 people hive successfully passed their tesls. In July 1964 when returning from a scout hike he was able to assist in a rescue. Without his knowledge a 14-year-old girl would have drowned. He re- salem, the priorty of Canada j ceived a citation for his effort esolved that special thanks of j at time. His Excellency the Prior and I Always participating in Hie .he Priory Cliapler_ hereby con- things that are dear to him, he veyed to Lewis Robert Blair or valuable assistance render- is serving as District Commis- sioner of the Porcupine Hills ed in the furtherance of work District of the Boy. Scouts, ile )f the Order in connection with ,hs Priory of Canada.'' It was signed by Roland Michener, Prior, and Ian McLaren Chan- j church. cellor. is also an active member of the .Masonic lodge, of the East- ern Star and of the United COALDALE HNS) .1. B R. Sladdon, at a recent town council meeting, said council should study (be possibility of having a public cemetery in Coaklalc. The matter was looked into regarding the Coaldalc Men- nonite Cemetery- Council was informed that any person in Coaldale and dis- trict can purchase a plot in the cemetery for a fee. Peter Hubert, who is in charge, confirmed that the Coaldale Mennonite Cemetery is open to the public at that price. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanii Metropolitan Bldg. 323-4095 CRANBROOK (Special) With a final small surge of late enrolments Cranbrook School District will apparently have an all-time peak registra- tion of pupils covering kin- dergarten to Grade 12. Almost a quarter of these begin the school year on a shift basis at Laurie Elementary-Junior Sec- ondary which is also accom- modating Parkland Elemen- tary-Junior Secondary until its new building on Soi'th Eleven- til Street at First Avenue is ready for occupation. The steel panel wall building started last November has been hexed by delivery delays of components and construction trade tieups over summer with October 1 new completion date. Two rural schools, Moyie and are functioning at pri- mary grade level, the latter re- opened after three years clos- ure. Increase in enrolment was anticipated and all 171 teaching posts are filled, which is also a record staff. Cranbrook Teachers Associa- tion of which Gary Mitchell is president will be host October 16 and 17 to the annual East Kootenay Teachers Association convention when the theme will be to Grade 12. Shower Held TURIN (HNS) A commun- ty bridal shower was held in ha Turin school auditorium re- cently to honor Miss Carol Swartzenburger. Games were under the direc- tion of Miss Wendy Casson and Miss Diane Erno. Later hi the evening they presented the >ride-to-be with her gifts. Assisting the bride at the ;ift table were Miss Debbie Stautb, Miss Karen Swartzen- burger, Miss Gloria Sosich and Miss Lorri Kenimet. Mrs. Leon (June) Monfcc, Mrs. Bob (Arnie) Kemmel, Mrs. Joe (Ruby) Swartzenbur- ger, and Mrs. Jim (Nessie) Ikebuchi were hostesses. TRUMPET RENTALS See the Groovy .Shoe Styles for fall and winter .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. X 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 LETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST SHOE BOUTIQUE OUT THEY GO! -4- AWHILE THEY LAST! WE MEAN BUSINESS! WE MEAN UNITED Slashes New MD Model Cars SELL-OUT! GENUINE SAVINGS UP TO 10GO Our Entire Stock Drastically Reduced For an ALL-OUT i.OO LAST CALL! THIS IS IT New '71 Models Will Be Here Soon! The Sales Record Breaker of the Year! 1970 Gremlin Sedan "NORTH AMERICA'S BEST DOLLAR VALUE" 6 cylinder, 128 h.p., finished Matador Red, c 'eisizo tires. PRICED FOR SELL-OUT TO MAKE WAY FOR '71 MODELS 1970 Model Rebel Sedan 6 cylinder, 155 h.p., automatic, radio, and all American Molars safely features, Frost White in color. Regular List Now Sell-Out Priced to Clear and Make Way For '71 Modeli 1970 HORNETS 4-DOQR SEDAN PRIDE OF THE COMPACTS 6 cylinder, automatic, 145 h.p.f Big Bad Blue, chrome wheel, heavy duty battery. Regular list Priced for Sell-Out to make way for '71 Models n.p., Tirmnea m '2395 FD. now atiiouur '3095 '2693 1970 GREMLIN SEDAN 4 PASSENGER, sweet orange, Ssll-Out Priced at 6 cyl., automatic. In bittGr- '2495 1970 HORNET SEDAN S.S.T. V8, automatic, P.S., el. trie wipers, WSW tires. Regular list Sell-out Priced at 1970 HORNET 2-DOOR SEDAN S.S.T. 6 cylinder, trans., light group, H.D. batlery, oversize tires. Regular list Sell-out Priced at ovgrsize rrrca. 1970 REBEL STN. WAGON 4-DR. V8, auto., P.S., chrome ring, rear power window, electric washer and wipers, radio, H.D, battery. Reg. list Sell-our Priced at ia wipers, raaio, '3546 1970 Ambassador Sedan V8, P.S., P.B., wheel discs, light group, H.D. batlery, WSW tires. Reg. list Priced at Also (ridded h Refrigerated Air Conditioning Valued Up To THE "MACHINE" 2-Door Hardtop Loaded wtih the Go Package which includes 340 h.p., 390 C.I.D., 4 barrel carbs., flash-o-matic trans.. Ram Air, hood scoop, mounted TAG, power disc brakes, Ebox 15 white raised letter tires, mag steel wheels, space-saver spare tire, H.D. engine, cooling sys- tem, P.S., light group, H.D. battery, bucket seals, carpeting, finished in beautiful Moroccan Brown, I only leftl Regular liir Sell-out Priced ot .orpeimg, irnrsnea Don't Miss This GIGANTIC SELL-OUT 70 AMBASSADOR D.P.L 3I5C5, iignr group, '3743 Golden Lime in color, V8, auto., P.B., P.5., radio, rea speaker, electric washer and wipers, light group, under- coating, H.D. battery, WSW tires. Regular list Sell-out Priced at Also Included is Refrigerated Air Conditioning Valued Up To 1970 AMBASSADOR D.P.L. 4-Door Station Wagon V8, oulo., 290 h.p., P.8., P.S., power rear window, radio, light proup, undercooling, twin grip differential, H.D. battery, solex glass, WSW tires, loaded with features. Regular lift Priced at '4697 Alto Included Refrigerated Air Conditioning Valued Up To 1970 AMBASSADOR S.S.T. 4-Door Sedan V8, automatic, P.S., P.B., rodic, visibility group, WSW tiros and Refrigerated Air Conditioning. Regular list Sell-out Priced at undprccafing, block heater, '4187 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY LOW DOWN PAYMENT LOW RATE FINANCING EXTRA GENEROUS ALLOWANCES ON-THE-SPOT APPRAISALS OPEN TILL 9 P.M. EVENINGS "YOUR AUTHORIZED AMERICAN MOTORS DEALER" UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD, Corner 3rd Ave., 3rd Street South Phone 327-2805 WHILE THEY lASTll OUT THEY GO! WHILE THEY LAST! WE MEAN BUSINESS! ;