Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 26

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: 26

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) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IETHMIDGE HEKAID Sotunky, Mmwy Secret memo on French jobs real touchy issue Canadian woman indicted RIO DE JANEIRO (CP-AP) Tanya Chao, a Canadian from Vancct i :-r, and her Span- ish husband, Jose Maria Lopez Chao, were indicted here Thurs- day on charges of subversion. The 23-year-old woman, the former Tanya Charters, and her husband were detained more than six months ago. They have been held at Ilha da's Flores prison in Guannhara Bay while authorities investigated their al- leged involvement with the Bra- zilian Communist party. The indictment specifically charges the pair with forging false identification papers. Bra- zilian lawyer Celso Lopes de Castro and five other persons also were indicted. Jacob Goldemberg, civilian judge of a navy court, for- warded the indictment to the military prosecutor, who has one week in which to decide whether the case will go to trial. Red ships headiug for Cuba WASHINGTON (AP) Three Soviet ships, including a sub- marine tender similar to one that caused concern about a possible Soviet sub base in Cuba, are in the Atlantic head- ing for Cuba, the U.S. defence department reported today. A spokesman identified the ships as a Kresta-class guided missile cruiser, a merchant OTTAWA (CP) Unless i i some spectacular developments i i occur, Parliament is not likely 10 hear many more angry com- ments about the secret memo that outlined plans for hiring additional French-speaking peo- ple in the public service. There is a strong feeling in all parties that the situation could easily get out of hand. And op- position parties are keenly aware that their' criticism of government's handling of the matter could easily be misinter- preted as opposition to increas- ing the proportion of franeo- of the no political party has ever been famous for Tourists spend million CALGARY (CP) gary Tourist and Cal- Convention agency Tass that a Soviet naval squadron would make a "busi- ness call" at Cuban ports this month. Tass said the ships in- cluded a sub tender, tanker, a submarine and "a big anti-sub- marine ship" which were on a training voyage in the central Atlantic. Last fall the Nixon adminis- tration expressed deep concern phones in the public So far, opposition spokesmen who tore after the government on the issue have devoted al- most as much time to explain- ing how they favor the hiring of more French-speaking Canadi- ans. At a news conference, Con- servative Leader Robert Stan- field made a half dozen ref- erences to the fact that he Association says visitors spent about million in the area during 1970, a decrease of million from 1969 figures. Several conventions, includ- ing the Ameri- can Association of Petroleum Geologists and the National Petroleum Shew, accounted for a major portion of the 1969 to- tal. Association president Doug Johnson said about 3.5 million tanker and a submarine tender that the Russians might be or mother ship. building a submarine base at The report followed an an-1 Cienfuegos on Cuba's southern nouncement by the Soviet news coast Ex-ALbertan awaits splashdown ABOARD NEW ORLEANS (CP) A Canadian-born flight surgeon and an engineer were in quarantine aboard this recov- ery ship today, awaiting the ar- rival of the Apollo 14 astronauts in the Pacific next Tuesday. Dr. William R. Carpentier, a native of Edmonton, and R. H. Culbertson entered the mobile quarantine van Thursday night to avoid contracting any ail- Wai' boinb hero eased out ments that might infect the -as- tronauts when they come back to earth and isolation. Carpentier, a veteran of Apollo missions, will be in the recovery helicopter to give med- ical aid if needed when the as- tronauts splash down in the Pa- cific Tuesday afternoon. He also will examine them and conduct tests after they go into isolation in the quarantine tourists visited the Calgary area last year, compared with 3.3 million in 1959. of their opponents' viewpoints-it's not easy to escape -elation. CALLED FANATICS In discussing the i'sue outride the Commons one day. Prime Minister Trudeau referred to the opposition as a "bunch of fanatics." This comment was largely responsible for Mr. Stanfield issuing a four-page statement, much of it devoted to clarifying his party's position. Whsn New Democratic Party Leader T. C. Douglas statements about (tie secret memo, he repeated earlier statements that he wanted "to make it perfectly clear the question of the hiring of francophones is not at issue at this time." A Liberal interjection was not designed to help his cause. "Don't look now but your bigotry is shouted Douglas Hogarth (L-New At this stage, accusations involving bigotry or backlash are the last things opposition parties want to hear. It's particularly difficult for the Conservatives who are desperately trying to build strength in Quebec. The four Conservative (liey were giaieiy concerned about possible misinterpretations being placed on th? party's questioning of the eov-ernmert, and this was one of the reasons the Consenative leader was anxicsis to issue a statement. At the moment the Conservatives have no plans to continue tackling the oucsuon period. "If it involved any other basic said one Conservative, be justified in hammering indefinitely. "But there is no way we can succeed in separating the government's handling of the iisue from the basic issue itself. "It's a real touchy one." ORDER OF FORESTERS ANNUAL INSTALLATION SATURDAY, FEBROARY 20th Cocktails p.m. Smorgasbord p.m. HENDERSON IAKE GOLF COURSE Tickets by reservation only Not Inter then Monday, February 15th CONTACT R. Wheeldon 327-614) I. Carefoot 328-1327 M. Tremel 328-3786 Lodge Office Boat seized MEXICO CITY (Reuter) -Mexican naval vessels arrested a United States fishing boat here in the Gulf of Mexico on charges of operating inside the 12-mile limit of territorial waters. The secretariat of the navy said the boat, the Edward Clinch, was detained five miles offshore and abcut 65 miles north of the port of DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. LONDON (CP) Sir Barnes Wallis, veteran inventor of the Dambusters' bouncing bomb and the i n g plane, is being eased out of his post as chief of aeronautical research and development at British Aircraft Corp., the British part- ner in the Anglo-French Con- corde project. Wallis, 83, has been told he must retire by the end of May "on age grounds." But the in- ventor is reported to be unwill- ing to quit, since he wants to continue his research into a "hypersonic" airliner that will fly at five times the speed of sound. The company says it has no plans to continue research into the hypersonic plane. The spherical bomb designed by Wallis in 1943 enabled the RAF Darabuster Squadron to destroy the seemingly impreg- nable Kuhr Valley dams in Germany. The inventor was knighted in 1968. JOINS PROGRAM BRUSSELS (AP) Britain has agreed to join West Ger- many and eight other European countries in a plan to protect the aircraft and im- prove the communications sys- tem of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, an in- formed source reported Friday. SIMPSONS -SEARS Automotive Centre Lubrication Special .88 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 5 Replace oil with up to 4 quarts of Allstate warranty approved 10w-30 H.D. oil. Replace Engine Oil Filler Lubricate Chassis and front end Check transmission and differentia' Check master cylinder and steering box V Wheel Bearing Repack Disc Brakes Extra 1.99 Call 328-9231 Save With Allstate Gasoline REGULAR GALLON .9 PREMIUM GALLON ,9 SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. BINGO CARDS NOW ON SALE! LIONS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 15th TOWN COUNTRY 1000 Proceeds towards LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK And Other COMMUNITY PROJECTS Here's How You Can Win! The PRIZE The first card with all numbers covered (black- will receive the grand prize of In the case of more than one blackout the winners may "playoff" or split the prize. The BONUS PRIZES for the first letter "L" (Downt the "B" row and across the for the first "X" (frem corner to corner through the centre both for the first Down the "B" row, down the "0" row and across the centre. for the first "square" all numbers filled down the "B" row, down the "O" row, the top row and across the bottom The Bonus Prizes will be awardel to the first correct cards according to the rotation of numbers called. In the case of a tier prizes will be split. Bonus prize winners will have their cards returned to them to continue playing for the Blackout prize. PLAY-AT- NEWSPAPER WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD PHONE 327-3953 DAYS OR 327-4801 AFTER 6 P.M. IMMEDIATELY Pius 4 EXTRA BONUS PRIZES of CASH EACH CARDS ONLY EACH GET YOURS EARLY AND WIN ONE OR MORE BONUS PRIZES HERE'S YOUR FIRST 15 MBERS N-35, B-4, 0-61, 1-23, O-67, G-60, B19, O-73, G-49, 1-25, N-35, O68, 1-29, N-45, G-51. Additional numbers, plus all num- bers already called, will be published every Saturday in The Lethbridge Herald. Winners will be declared accord- ing to numbers the com- mittee's decision is final! Here's Where To Get Your Cards: DISTRICT CLARESHOLM FORT MACLEOD Print A. Neddow Fort Nobleford Food General Wholesale 0 BELLEVUE Brazzoni COALDALE GRASSY Tire Sales Braizoni Fine Steak Lake Hall's Pharmacy Cigar Drugs LOMOND PICTURE TURIN Turin Cigar Ann Blairmore Bldg. Red and Coffee and Salon BOW M. Flower Shop Bonnyrlale Bow Island Lions LUNDBRECK Lundbrerck PINCHER Less Fine Men's Wear Motors Doris Drug Men's Wear BurdeH Gen. Store CARD5TON Temple ENCHANT Enchant Trading Co. Magrath Trading MILK RIVER Quinn 1 RAYMOND Raymond Motors Raymond Pharmacy WARNER Dave's Grocery Boyds Pharmacy Skyline Lakeview Texaco Lakeview Grocery Krols Norbridge Grocery 0 CHAMPION Edward Hotel NEW DAYTOW Gorrtls SHAUGHNESSY Kotch's Red WRENTHAM Gravers Shoes Sherwin Drugs Major From the SOUTHERN ALBERTA AUCTIONEERS' ASSOCIATION To all the individuals and business firms who donated items or cash to our charity sale. To the buyers and participants at the charity sale in Lethbridge. To the auction markets and donors for their response to "Patsy The To the members of the Lethbridge Association For The Mentally Retarded for all their support and help. To all those who in any way helped make this sale an unqualifed success. ;