Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 33

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 40

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Herald THIRD SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, April 29, PAGES 33 TO 40 Pollution ...A Major Concern For Everybody Anti-Semitic Rumor Campaign On The Move Extreme Right Emerges In France FIVE POUNDS Of GAUBAGE AND 750 GALLONS OF SEWAGE DAILY Lethbridge residents ore no dirtier bul certainly no clear.tr ihon people living anywhere else. We each account for about 750 gallant of sewage o day, including our share of in- dustrial floW, and about five pounds of garbage. These contribute to the annual Cana- dian pollution total of more than five trillion (that's gallons of sew- oge and 36.5 billion pounds of solid garbage. Trw sewage contains thousands of gallons of detergents, which cause the flow into the river after primary treatment to foam os the.above picture substantially to the green slime and muck found on downstream banks.-'The city must dispose of pounds of fresh gar- bage a is not a of couleei to pour it into. Eventually _ city will bY flat, surrounded by garbage. Herold'i six-part'series on Won continues on One of today's paper. By IUV1E LAULIGHT PARIS (Reuters) ex- treme right is emerging again in France in street battles, com-, mando raids, rumor campaigns and an energetic propaganda program. In March, young loughs raided a theatre heie and beat up members of the' audience, assaulted a liberal priest on the pavement outside his church and smashed furnishings in an- other .church where a.modern "folk mass" was being cele- brated. At the same time, anti-Semi- tic rumor campaigns have swept several French communi ties; "socially isolating long-time Jewish residents and damaging their businesses. On the political front, a Nouveai (New launched a recruiting and propagandi drive, announcing its aim "cleaning up the leftist mess." After savage fighting betwec left- and right-wing students o university campuses earlier Ih year, New Order said the lef ists.have been held in check b New Order planned a mass New older, created only about three months ago, already ap- >ears more'powerful than older extreme rigf.l groups. Within a weeks ot its foundation it clash between the extreme light and France's powerful Com- munist party grew sharper at the beginning cf April alter a aid on a Communist-sponsored In each case, police an- nounced lhal Lhrac has been no such disappearances. Some French cpmmcrila'ors believe authorities struck Paris museum devoted to Lenin, blow against the right-wing The attackers smashed exhibits.' The Communists reacted with Police arc slill investigating (he origins of anti-Semitic ru- mors that swept the cities of Or- movement when they arrested 16 men, including former mem- bers of the Secret Army Organi- zation, and charged them wilh a series of bank jobberies. The OAS once waged a violent fight against independence foi1 Algeria. Two of the men ar- rested last monlh, Jean-Jacques Susini and Gilles de Buscia, pre- viously were convicted of taking part in an-OAS plot to assassi- nate former president Charles Racial Feelings Frazzled The natural choice for entertaining! Nature's own bubbles... nalurnlly light, lively and our traditional wine-making process, make this the one wine you can serve with confidence anytime! Cabin CracklingRose, Try Iliis sparkling pink, champagne- quality wine next time you entertain. Your guests will appreciate your good taste... and ours] Calona Western Canada's leading winemaker. And try these other I fine Calona Wines f Crackling White, Italian Red, Reel Dry, Royal Keel, Royal While, Sweet Sherry, Muscalcl, While Port, llalian Vermouth, RIVER ROUGE, Mich. (AP) Racial feelings, frazzled by weeks of black-v.'hite hostility, remained raw today in this in- dustrial Detroit suburb, where a clash between black and white high school students led to rock-throwing, looting and the burning of Ihree stores. The high school was ordered closed until further notice by the school board. Seven police officers and an unknown number of civilians were injured in the disorder Monday. A stale of emergency with a 6 a.m. curfew was or- dered by Mayer John McEwan after a boxcar burst into flames on the Perm Central Railroad tracks near the school. The disorder started alter black students held a grievance meeting in the high school gym. FIGHTS ERUPT Fights broke cut and groups of black and white students polled each olhef, police and passing cars with rocks and bot- tles. As police reinforcements moved in from surrounding communities, bands of black youths set up barricades and began stores.- In addition to the three stores burred, several were lorn apart by looters, who threw some goods and fixtures ir.lo Inc street. Al about 8 p.m. a force of alxnil 300 policemen bolstered by about 60 stale police began a sweep up Ihe street, dispersing the remnants of the crowd as they advanced. No figures on the total num- ber o( arrcsls were made pub- lic. River Rouge is a comrmtnily of dominated by the smc- kesUcks of Detroit's downriver industrial "YOUNG SET" Created by Jordan; Created of 100% nylon in o graceful Cameo effect with sturdy high-low loop construclion. Remarkably "Young Set" will not shed. It resists crushing, retains ils resilience and Beauty of design. Stains and spoil wipe away because the fibre is non-absorbent. A Luxurious Beautifully Designed "Fashion Leader .Carpet" NOW AT THE INCREDIBLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY NOW! FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. 12'x 9'Sale .65.50 12'x 12'Sale____87.50 12'x 15'Sale 109.50 12'xl8'Sde 131.50 Slight Added Charge if Binding USE JORDANS LOW COST BANK PAYMENT PLAN NO DOWN fAYMINT TERMS TO SUIT SUDGIT. We have carpets for everyone of town residents may phone 327-1103 collect for Jordans service righf in their own home. OPEN THURSDAYS UNTIl P.M. ONE LOCATION ONLY DOWNTOWN AT 315 6tli STREET ;