Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

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: 30

Search All United States newspapers

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

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Republicans battle assured over shape of convention MIAMI HKACH, Fla. (AP) Preliminaries fur next week's Republican convention arc turning inU> a forum for attacks oil Democratic jircsidciilinl nominee Gcoruc McGnvern anil mark (he npcnng slaiics in Hie haUlo for control of Hie lie- publican pcrty in HJ76. A floor fight over the shape of ttie 197G convention was as- sured here when the He- publican national committee approval a delegate allotment phin supported hy pjivty leaders and party conservatives that Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 618 3rd five. S. Phono 328-5447 Hie smaller, more solid Republican stales. J'arly moderates, claiming stales likely to hack Vice-Pres- cient Snlro T. Agncw for Hie Last winter worst for avalanches CALGARY (CP) After the worst winter for avalanches in [lie Rockies last year, ava- lanche defence structures 111 Die Rogers Pa.'is will undergo ifications and repairs costing to Tlie work, to Iw carried out by Hie federal department, of public works, involves rev.cld- ing steel retaining walls and re- construction of pcrsiry earth mounds. Long-term improvements In- clude two million avalanche sheds along vulnerable sections of the Trans-Canada Highway. t OCCUPANCY BEFORE SEPT. 1st Over 1700 iq, ft of living space In this neal, attrac- tive home. Two bolhs, cle-clric fireplace, drapes ond broadloom. Fully landscaped, tpccioui bock yard. Paho, double front drive and ulilhy shed. Excellent location. By appointment only. 327-4911 ID7ft Republican presidential nomination favor Hie plan, hope lo reverse the action at next week's convention. Even if they fall, the plan is sure to he chal- lenged in the federal courts. 'Ilic final public session of Ihe platform committee produced a shall) attack by William fluck- ehhaus, (be Nixon adminis- tration's environmental chief, on McGovcrn's anti-pollution proposals. Other Republicans fired B teady barrage of criticism at lie Democratic; nominee for sending former While House press sccrctaiy Pierre Salinger o Paris to determine whether the North Vietnamese still planned to hold all U.S. prison- erf until the Vlelnam war ends. 'MEDDLING RECKLESS' "Ills meddling is declared Senator Gordon Allotl of Colorado. "Shocking and an absolute sairl Mich- iran's Senator Robert P. Grif- fin. Their criticism and a While House statement that the Soli- nt-'er mission could Jeopardize the peace talks wore countered quickly by McGovern. In Racine, Wis., the South Dakola senator said that serious peace talks are being jeopardized by what he termed "a highly publicized global jun- ket" by national security ad- viser Henry Kissinger on the eve of the Republican con- vention. Bui McCiovcrn also said be'-l attempt no more imlc- pe cnf inquires with Ilic North Velnamesc. The major unfinished busi- ness nf convention prelimi- naries was drafting a platform for Republicans to run on this fall. First Installments due today were lo deal with military and foreign policy and were ex peeled lo praise Nixcn's wind inn-down of the Vietnam war and to pledge a ceasefire in In- dochina once all U.S. prisoners are (reed. Republican sources said plankr, would call on Congress to maintain a strung military force and a high level of de- fence spending and to disavow proposals for an immediate withdrawal from Vietnam anc deep cuts in military outlays. Solurdoy, Auguit 19, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID NOTICE ALL RESIDENTS BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS Under the City of Lefhbridge Waste By-Law No. 2472, Section 15, no person is to convey any type of refuse (except for soil, sand, gravel or concrete) through City streets without using properly covered metal containers or in a vehicle covered with canvas or tarpaulin so as to prevent the contents from being wind borne or falling on the streets. Enforcement of this section of the bylaw will begin im- mediately and any person contravening the bylaw is guiity of an offense and is liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding and costs. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT HIKS William T. Grant, tnuniler ol Hie T. Grant department store chain, died in Greenwich, Conn., after a brief illness. He 96 years (jld. iriefs Briefs urge poor people's development corp. CAJ.GAKY (CP) Briefs ryiny the federal government o .spend mil linn on a Poor Jeople's Development Corpora- ion arc sent to all Al- >erta MPs. tSpokesm en f rj r I he n ati on at anti-poverty organisation said icre the briefs Jatcr be sent to other federal mcmlwrs as Ihcir campaign for the cor- joration grows. The corporation, car- ier this year, would parallel ,he Canada Development Cor- poration which a i rn s Uj eiigthen and Canadi- an business. The poor people's corporation would supplement current wel- fare programs and would help establish profit-making busines- ses operated by the poor. The organization brief said Ihe opportunities for youth and local initiatives programs are a start "but the very tempor- ary nature of these precludes the possibility of ,a lasting effect." The proposed corporation would also support co-operative stores and housing develop- ments which might not make a profit but which would exit costs to itfers. Formation of tucli a crown corporation would not threaten f cnterp rise, the bri cf said. "In fact, H would be enhanc- ed with the Increased capacity of these people as consumers earning once they start money." Grants aimed at developing poorer regions of Ihe country should all given to cor- porations. 'We feel they should also be provided foi development of organizations of the poor, "When we enter into the long- range T'lan rjf making peoplt self-sufficient, low-income pie must participate and coo- trol the mechanism." School teachers criticized EDMONTON1 (CP) Mel EIurLjg, co-chairman of the Committee for an Independent Canada, has criticized schod- eachers who seem to consider his country as part of the Unit- ed States. A publisher and Liberal can- did ate in the next federal elec- i lion, he released copies of an i assignment, given a Grade 3 pu- pi! in Edmonton. It read: 'The United States lias grown greatly. Many years ago it was begun with 13 states. Now we have 50 states. These joined because they wished to come. We have grown to he a Inrge nation, We are all proud of our country. "Write these sentences as "a paragraph. We think our flag is beautiful. It lias seven red stripes and six white ones, It has a field of blue in the cor- ner. On this field are 50 stars. Do you know what our flag is Mr. Hurlitf said he has en- countered similar incidents at all levels in'Alberta schools, in- cluding such "facts" as New York is "our largest Thanksgiving comes every No- vember and Robert E, Lee wns "one of our greatest generals." This attitude, he said, pro- duces students who have little or no knowledge of Canada's history or contemporary prob- lems. Liberals jailed PRAGUE (Renter) A total of AH liberals were sentenced in Chechoslovakia for alleged sub- versive activities in nine (.rial: during the last month, Ttude Pravo, the Communist parly newspaper, reported here. The newspaper gave for the first lime the tolal number o those convicted ami the number of (rials, which, it said, took place between July 17 and Aug 11. Observers concluded thai this .signified the trials were over for Ihc time being. In n long article summing up Ihe trials, Itude Pravo .sak President Luiivik Svobotla ha slontlarti liouiirifl wm con rue led. Much o? thii typo of housiruj in Lclhbnda.a rnnlnf iiy fnrnilfcs whose iiviomc n (or iho City. Some ol ihcso oro nko living in overcrowdrrtf condilioni. Pnhflr Housinrj ji inlondcd lo provicln housing nceom modal ion tor low income (amiliot wJin cannoi, of fhnir income, ohfoin ndcnualc ncrommodn- fion 01 llm cinrrn! role, MoiMmrj of nofurn nmy of singlo family homos, duploxci, mr-nTs, nrc. Tho rent n fnmily poys Is on o sliding noarcd lo ihoir Income ond family liie. Tlia may be buivvcrn 14% ond 25% of family income. For hushnnd anrf wife wil'i Iwo children, whoso family inronifl ii SXOO montli woufd poy npprD.finiolrJy S100 prr monlh lor n 3- hod room unil. This ront includes Jirot. wolcr, itovrt ond iittlrjc. 71.n City Council Ims rrtquetlrd Ois Albcrlo Houi- Inq Corporation lo investigate the need for public I'ousing in Lethbridge. Other municipalities in Ilin Province olready hnve type ol housing. The of Drumheller has 6-1 units of this accommodation, Old C.ifv of Medicine Hoi 20 unilj whilo Calgary liai unils at the present time. Under regulations, miy public housing that ii built will be ol Ihe lype with ownership to be reloinerl by the Provincial Government. II you o family, onH ore ot lite presenl lime livinrj In unsuitable concisions, or paying over of liotrsinq rould bo sultoblrf for you. II you arn mloreslcd rn public housinn, conlnct thfl Com- munity Srrvicfls Ooparlrmonl, Cily of telhbridgc, lor further information. City of bififiriclge Phone 328-2341 Local 203 OF WEE SUPER SAVER PRSCES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 21 and 22 ONLY Strawberry Apple Jam Granulated Climax, Also Raspberry and Apple 48-fl. oz. tin Alberta Fine 25-lb. bag LIMIT 1 PER FAMILY Peanut Butter Beans with Pork Empress Homogenized or Chunk Style 48-oz. not wt. tin Taste Tells in Tomato Sauce 14-fl. oz. Jin Tastes Brand Cut Up Frozen Packed by Pinecrest, Ib Grapes Thompson Seedless Fresh and Tasty Remember Your Shut In Friends We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. SAFEWAY CANADA S A F E W ;