Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD WtxInMday, January 3, 1972 Mission pays and hopes EDMONTON (CP) Hope Mission, which offers physical and spiritual help for the "down and will pay 005 on its outstanding mortgage nnd hope. "We're hoping that money (rill be coming in from busi- ness firms that wait until the year end to see how they have said Howard Hunt, su- perintendent of the 40-year-old mission. "We also liope that the peo- ple who hold the mortgage will give us time." The mi was due Dec. 31. The purpose of the mission is to provide for physical needs as well as spiritual, Mr. Hunt said. He doesn't deny that pos- sibly 90 per cent of (he people come to the mission lor the free food and clothing. "But does that mean we shouldn't try? I feel the results aren't up to us they're up to God." Although the services arc conducted by about 30 of the local churches, few of them donate money or resources to the mission, he said. "Most of it comes from busi- nesses." Although the mission was having financial difficulties, it didn't cut back on the Christ- mas program. "We couldn't do that." It sent about 70 to 75 hampers to needy families in the city and held 8 Christmas dinner for needy children. About 165 children and 64 parents came. BBC faced near-mutiny LONDON (AP) A thousand Yugoslav soldiers ran down the hill to fetch a pail of water With a million or so dollars at stake, British Broadcasting Corp. came tumbling after. BBC faced a near-mutiny by the extras it was using .to record Leo Tolstoy's epic War and Peace as a television serial of 20 episodes. "That's one time we had more war than says producer David Conroy, the man who talked BBC into its biggest gamble in serious drama. The small rebellion of the Yu- g o s 1 a v hired as extras along with fiieir last August at Bela Crkva, Yugoslavia. The temperature was 105. "those poor soldiers were dressed ia heavy wool uniforms and, man, was it Conroy recalls. "They had to charge up the hill tune after time. "In mid-afternoon like one man they suddenly stopped, began waving their rifles in the air and shouting some Serbo- Croat word. Their water supply had broken down during the morning. They hadn't had any- thing to drink for hours." The two-year job on War and Peace will cost "something less than million and something more than said Con- roy. That means million to 6 million. The explosion of the extras was the first of three straight black Tuesday's for the 45-rnem- her camera team and its 85 Yu- goslav-unit workers. "I got S' T hated to wake up on a Tuesuay said Couroy. "Tie first bad Tuesday, the first Tuesday we worked on, was the extras rebelling. The second Tuesday we got rained out completely. "Then, on the ttird Tuesday we were filming at night on the bank of the Danube. The flying beetles were murder. And the lights on the water scared the horses so they wouldn't go down to the water. It was a disaster." SOLD IDEA TO BBC Conroy, 34, sold BBC on the production in 1969. Unlike earlier producers of War and Peace, BBC uses Tol- stoy's epilogue. War and Peace has a baker's dozen major roles, plus 200 speaking parts. Anthony Hop- kins of Britain's National Thea- tre Company plays Pierre and Aalan Dobie, 19 years a stage actor, plays Andrei. Morg Hood, a 25-year-old Scot, plays Natasha. Battle scenes were assigned to Yugoslavia partly because the terrain is right, partly be- cause it's cheaper and partly because the Yugoslav army is one of the few that still can muster a respectable crowd of cavalry. BANK ROBBERY This picture taken by an automatic camera ihows armed rob- bery progress or a bank of Central Virginia branch in Lynchburg, Va. These two and a third robber escaped with Pop bottles refunds Ifs all very confusing CALGAHY may get a little confused when they seek refunds for their soft drink containers from a new collection firm, which has about 60 depots in most Alber- ta towns and cities. The company, called Contain- A-Way Ltd. and set up by two soft drink makers will not han- dle "the 10-ounce stubby non-re- ffflable bottle. It won't take quart-sized bot- tles until about March 1 and will not accept products pro- duced by two other major com panies because of a dispute among bottlers as to how the collection should be handled. Cans of all manufacturers except Coca Cola Ltd. and Pep si, will be accepted, said t] company which opened the de- pots Monday. They were established when the Beverage Container A c went into effect Jan. 1. The act requires that refunds be given on all soft-drink containers bu stipulates a retailer needs on ON SALE JANUARY FABRIC SALE NGTHS Come'seo our chofca of colours and designs in this 60-62' Crimpknit. 1% yd. lengths, enough to make a dress, a pair of pants, or why not buy two lengths and make a suit. CROCHET COTTON 550 Yds. White Or 650 Yds. Ecru KNITTIHGWWORSTED skein .Assorted colours .some today and start knitting! VARIEGATED WOOL Pure wool Knitting worsted 2 Oz. pull skein ColoiT choice KRESGE PRICE DAYS ONLY DYNEL FIBRE CUSHION foam filled cushion. 'Approx. 15 Gold, Pink, Bliw, Green ot Purple. HESGE PRICE i 99 t DAYS ONLY TEA TOWELS Will Kiwn artrt desijnj, kilctiemnre-, kettles, vege- tables roosters or Lemons.1 KRESGE NICE 4 DAYS ONLY EMIROIDERED PILLOW Stock up on.pillow cases KRESGE PRICE now while the price Is right, and they are so pretty. These 'are white with as- sorted embroidery trims. Approximate size: 99? 4 DAYS ONLY CRIMP SET NYLON 3 PLY 10Z. BALLS ASSORTED COLOURS KRESGE PfilCE 4 DAYS ONLY "MASTERPIECE' VA" CHROME PLATED SCISSORS 'KBESOE PRICE 87' 4 DAYS ONLY COATS' SIX COID THREAD 4 DAYS ONLY OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. accept brands which he sell Dave Beck, manager of Cot tain-A-Way, says only non-re tillable containers will be ban died at the depots. Containers intended for re-use will still be handled by retailers. Machines developed hi Van couver will be ordered for us at central warehouses in Cal gary and Edmonton where glass will be crushed and cans shredded for re-use. Under the act, refunds n o n-refillable containers are only required if they were pro- duced after Jan. 1. However, Mr. Beck said the public and Contain-A-Way wor ere may find it difficult to dis- tinguish between cans mac before or after Jan. 1. The company, with its heai office in Calgary, was or ganized by Canada Dry U> and Polar Beverages Ltd. Mr Beck was involved with a sin ilar collection firm in Britis Columbia. Leftist parties gain HELSINKI (AP) Finland' leftist parties gained in Hie par liamentary elections whid ended Monday night, but the still need support from, the polit leal centre to form another gov errjjng coalition. Wtth 98 per cent of the vot counted and only Hie mail bal ots to come in, unofficial re- sults gave the six non-socialis jarties 108 seats and the Social democrats and Communists K an increase of tow lor the left ists. Another centre left coalition Is expected, similar to the one led by Ahti Karjalainen which re- signed last October after sen- ing 15 months. The leader in the two-da; election was Hie Social Demo- cratic party, still Finland's larg est, which gained three seats or a total of 55. The party's share of the vote went up 2.7 per ceot to 25.B per cent. The Communists picked up one seat for a total of 37 mak ing them the second larges party- in parliament. Quess who 'Ise doesn't stay home? WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- lent Nixon has spent more time iway from the White House ban in it during the first three 'ears of his presidency. He chalked up more than miles of travel to all 50 tales, the Virgin Islands, jiiam, Midway and 19 coun- ries. show Nixon was way from Washington for all Jr part of 551 days and in the capital for all or part of 5H ays during his first three ears. He has averaged about 25 weekends a year at the presi- pnfi.il in P'n (fountains at Camp David, Md. ar more than any recent prcsi- ent. Though not awlays at the itreat, Nixon was away from Vnsfrington for all but six week- ends in 1971. Nixon has averaged two for- gn trips a year since 1969 and s schedule lor 1972 Indicates he will at least top that. He has ready announced trlpi to Chum and Hie Soviet Union. Nixon is the first president to t up secondary residences on botii coasts, lie hod pent 35 weekends in Florida tod fcnte. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY 4 MOVIE DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 1. Elvis Presley stars in this show which has a thrilling sportscar race as the "high point. SPORT: Pro Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The Boston and the Maple Leafs meet at Toronto. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m. Ch. 7. A report on the increase ia disposable goods and the problems caused by the mounting piles of garbage. DRAMA: Man At The Top, p.m.. Ch. 7. Tensions rise In the Lampion household when Susan suspects is more interested in his beautiful client than UK contract she's offering. MOVIE DRAMA: "Doctor I p.m., Ch. U. Richard Burton and Eraaielh Taylor star in this adaptaSsB of Marlow's 16th century classic. MUSIC SPECIAL: An English Concert, P Ch. T. Sir Michael Tippett conducts the Toronto Symphony in a concert of -works by British composers. This is a TV-radio simulcast. MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: "Kiss Kiss, Kill p.m., Ch. 7. Two U.S. agents search for a master criminal who plots to control all mankind. THURSDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: "The I Don't Care 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The story of Eva Tanguay's life and the several different people who claim to have "discovered" the madcap vaude- villain. MOVIE MUSICAL: "The Dream 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Tommy Susete, orphans and a dozen pop-rock recording art- lit: appear In this English film. T LI Trimbles Programi are listed by 'he radio and Radio TV les Tire Supply. CHEC v Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporti Morley McGill with Contemporary WEDNESDAY Him. f THURSDAY Total Information Beryl Clark Jlrn Jotin Oliver Bervl Clark Barry Heglena Jack Newfeld decline Leo Dow CJOC WEDNESDAY NIOHT THURSDAY Wltir, I port World at Six Jim Elliot New! ind Orlln Rob Ingram Show CBC News prices Request Action News, Wlhr, Sport 1-05 Jack Thyi John Walker Show Phone Bill Show _ a.m. Doug Ander. Wayne Barn 5 T, ton Show ProM 1220 World It Six CHEC FM Newt Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOM. THKU SAT. Don MacMaster concerts (Bob Consle) Don MacMasler Don Hedmai sign-Off Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT AIMrll Concert! THURSDAY World at Six Newl fw World ifi Al It Happeni Vancouver Chamber World at Concern Arls f'i Between Ourselves Ksais Noon News, Sports, Wthr Orchestra schools From tne Capitals Newi, Sports, Wthr Hex Ferguson ions Five Nights a week Jazz Track World at 6 Trimbles Tire Supply 377-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL 0m MILES? FOI SAfirrs DRIVE m FOR t BRAKE RELINE I Months ar I.IWMlR ReHne Bid Install bonded brake linings: Check wheel cyEadetf Check master cylinder, brake hosa, front beariogi and seals Repack front wheel bearangi LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablcvisien Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY MIGHT 7 Sesame street Truth or Movie: Kiss, Klsl, Miday Consequence! Kill, Kill (cl Teleprobe 7 THURSDAY Mnirle: Farm and City Splnout (c) Today This Land Romper Room Man the Top Mr. Drcssup An English Concert Canadian Schools Tommy Bank! Show Friendly Giant Newl (c) Chez Helena Movli: I Don'l Care Girl Galloping Geurmel Take 30 Edge of Night Psychiatrist Drop In Truth or Consequencei CFCN-TV lethbridjB Channel 13 (Cablevidon Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY HiOnT THURSDAY Pierre Cerlon Thought for Day NHL Boston It "nlvertlly ol Air Toronlo House of Doctor In the House Frlghtensteln Movie: Program Hlllght: Dr. Faustui (c) Fashion In Sewing New (c) Parians Francili Yoga in Conversation Ed Allen News Pendulum David Frost Bewitched Beat the Clock Movie: The Dream Maker (c) Man Trap Another World (c) Anything Yoi; Can Do Dick van Dyke Buckshot Fllnlslonei (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Coblevislon Ch. 9} WEDNESDAY NIOHT Today Snow (c) News Today In Montana Doctori (c) Concentration Another World sale of the century Edge of Night News (c) Danger Is Mr Business Medical centre Manrilx Carol Burnett News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World Hollywood Squares Corner Pyle Jeopardy Mcrv Grlltln Who, What, Whtre My Three Sonl Family Altalr News NSC Nightly Newl Somerset News 5alut< 1T.-30 As frw World Turns News KFBB-TV Groat Falli Channel 5 (Ciblevision Ch. II) NIOHT News Ncwlyv.cd Game Captain Kangaroo News Dinah's Placo Slorm Jack LaLanni One Lite Audrey (c) Our Lives (cl Galloplnj Gourmet Saara Hospital ____........ When thi H.arl Is 5iS Man and Ihi Clly News I-M That olrl Newl (nr Bowllchfd 1H30 Svalt Tomorrow SiOO THUMOAY HIM All My Children NIWI farm W Deal NIWI WIDNESDAY News News Room 111 Bewitched' Eddre'l Father Shir ;