Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

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: 18

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 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHr.RIDGE HERAIO Tuesday, August 31, 1971 Re; m OTI'AV, i.'l'i ish-r provincial listing ii( n a il i a n I'xporls likoly lo Iv hil I'.'iril liy Unilcd K'.iii'.- (Mllil'S. Mr. .-i-ii! I'uo In pro- vincial nlini-vrs >'lm arc prin- cipally '-ornvniri! v.iih marki'l- Uvir iirn'. inci.'s' pnxhifis. In lie ap- peared I" In' .-u'.K-ili.'li; llll'ir port fi liii' iim-mi- mcnl'i l.'a liv an rvrniplinn. Mr. showed thai of fllir. bil- lion of I' S. iri'in Can- ada las! would be aCuvk-d. Prttii'ds affiVU'd n'.dmlc: in PIT cvni of Can- ada's W.ICK] rallies or million of lulal U.S. wocd and M-Doil i'lvdmls from pci com of Can- ada's sales nf racial-., alleys and basic Fbcpcs aad lolal- ]mg millioa year out of lots! I'.i. impons from Can- ada of niilii.'n; 2 rdilii'n worth of ma- chinery and nu'Chanical equip- menl. moiv llian or.i' quarter of United imports from Canada in that field: whisky, all nf '.vniild 1'c affected hy the some petroleum anil natural gas product.-, clcrlncal machinery nnd and Inmsporta- tion No dciin lo recall of the Wash- confc-re-ncc Th 'rsday was rxpeekul [o be announced ira- nuxlkUely. Agriculture Minis- ter II. A. Olson has announced a meeting Sc'pl. 1 of nutiunal farm organizations, national conimod- I iiy and food processing councils lo discuss the new (I u Lies. Mr. Olson said in a news re- lease recently that a meeting v! H'dcrnl oiJicLils and agri- L'ulLurai groups "would help- ful in preventing or alleviating iineeriainty and perhaps unnec- essary price reversals which rcHec'l adversely on tho producer." Hence for Japan chief will N. Vicliw.m MOSCOW T.eulrri Soviet President Nikolai 1'odgorny will visit Vietnam early ill October, it vas amcuncol here for are eei-iain lo be highly-important talks in the light of 'the United thaw o[ its relations with China. Tlie official announcement by Tass ncivs agency yaxc no de- tails No specific date was men- tioned. But coming against the back- ground (if President Nixon's planned visit lo Peking, it as- sumrd importance. Since annouiu'ed Nixon's iv.icniiun lo go li the Eoviei pi-.-, I'.as niaiiv.ainpd a rminuig cir.ici. in of Chinese poli'-ici. 'ir-cluding li'.c lhal an betv. een the '.ivo powers would be: al the expense- of's interests. TOKYO CAP) The defence agency is seeking a budget ot J ahout billion next year to I beef up the three armed scrv- ices TV requested appropriation r.nnounccd here represents an increase of per cent over ihp current fiscal year, ending March 31. The buildup calls for constnic- f fieri of 1G ships, including destroyers and two submarines. and Ibe purchase cf 199 aircraft and DO tanks and anti-tank mis- sile facilities. i In addilion, regular and i o.GOO reserve personnel will be recruited tc strengthen (he serv- ices io 2-lfi.noo men, including roi-erve personnel, 700 i Lnuk.s, uiiO aircraft and fvve mis- silp unil.s, The maritime force mil have I 210 ships and 270 aircraft. Air strength will be 870 aircraft. Park fiivs snufl'etl out CALGARY