Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

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: 44

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 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI inHMIDOI HERAID Vrtdntiday, January It, 1971 Doctor pleads not guilty to fraud EDMONTON (CP) A doc. lor whose case has aroused Hie interest of the Canadian Medical Association and civil liberties groups across Canada pleaded not guilty Tuesday tn Irtud Involving H3. Dr. John David Craig had been charged with defrauding the Alberta Health Care Insur- ance Commission of In nine claims during April, 1970. He elected trial by ;fudge and Jury and preliminary hearinR was set for Feb. 22. Dr. Craig was arrested Jan. 17 at his clinic In the city's skid road where he had built up a practice treating mostly drug addicts and alcoholics since af- ter he resigned as director of the government-run Kenwood Institute for alcoholics. RECORDS SEIZED His medical records, includ- ing detailed personal medical histories of his patients, were seized by police. He applied to the courts to have them re- turned. This was denied In pro. vlncial court but the Alberta Supreme Court later ordered police to turn the records over to the court clerk pending a Feb. 3'hearing in judges' cham- bers. The Canadian Medical Asso- ciation has sought details of the seizure of the records and civil liberties groups from nine provinces issued a statement Monday, calling the police sei- zure "reprehensible.1 GRANT TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Council of Churches has re- ceived a grant from federal government for relief work to refugees in India and Bangladesh. The council will transmit the money through the World Council of Churches in Geneva to a church relief agency in India. Won't bail UN out PRESIDENT NIXON WASHINGTON CAP) The Nixon administration has made its cool attitude toward the United Nations ever more evi- dent by its lack of response to Secretary-General Kurt Wai- dheim's effort to raise money for the debt-ridden organization. Waldheim, in office only a month, spent Monday with Pres- ident Nixon, State Secretary William Rogers and congres- sional leaders, going over the UN's financial burden. "The United States isn't Inter- ested in balling the UN out of its hole this one govern- ment official said, "Wrfre going to wait for the people who dug the hole." In more diplomatic; tones, state department spokesman Charles Bray made the same point Monday when he'told re- porters it is too early Urcharac- terize the U.S. response to Wai- dheim's request that UN mem- bers advance million in con- tributions to tide the world body over this year. The debt, estimated variously at million by Waldheim and million by Bray, is largely the result of failure by the So- viet Union, several East Euro- pean nations and France to pay their share of the peacekeeping costs. It is a matter of statistics that the United States does pay a major share of the UN exfenses per cent of the lion budget. BIG TASTE TELLS GREEN PEAS ASST'D. or CREAM STYLE CORN TASTE TELLS, CANADA CHOICE 14-FL OZ, TIN for PEAS CARROTS or MIXED VEGETABLES TASTE TELLS, CANADA CHOICE 14-FL. OZ. TIN for GREEN BEANS REG. CUT or WAX BEANS REG. CUT TASTE TELLS, CANADA CHOICE 14-FL. OZ. TIN for PINEAPPLE TASTE TELLS SLICED, CRUSHED or TIDBITS..............> 14-fl. ez. tin KIDNEY BEANS TASTE TELLS........................................ 14-fl. oz. lin MILD CHILI CON CARNE. TASTE TELLS or HOT..................... 14-fl. oz. tin POTATOES TASTE TELLS, WHOLE, CANADA CHOICE................. 19-fl. oz. tin 0 F 0 R F 0 R F 0 R p m APPLE JUICE J j 1-00 TASTE TELLS, RECONSTITUTED..........................48-fl. 01. tin j.oo n PFAR HALVES i TASTE TELLS, CANADA CHOICE, BARRETT.............. ez. tint I PEACH HALVES o j CQc TASTE TELLS, CAN. CHOICE or APRICOT HALVES or DARK. SWEET CHERRIES B li.fl or lin .00 I. ez. tin FROZEN MEAT PIES MANOR HOUSE BEEF, CHICKEN, TURKEY 8-oz. net wt. Rannc (llm0' 0 Alf Tasle Tells- Cutting.. Canada BGQnS 14-fl. DZ. tins Discount price L for 4jC Choice 12-fl. oz. tin 35C Airway Instant. CA ovc lonee igr. Diseourir 1 .59 Tells. Canada Choice u-n. 01. DISCOUNT PRICES Coffee Tone n-, 79c Tea Bags 1.23 Dranil whllt 9 Breaa Mnk loaf 20-01. mi wt. for SVylork Old Sugar, Snowball Fmh Plcg. of 12 Imported Cheese 99c DanHh Blue Ib. 1.25 CHEESE SPREAD LUCERNE PROCESS......16-oz. net wt. jar Wrlglty'i Aiil'd. Flavoun Family Pak PVo. of MOe OYC Creme Rinse 01. 1 .29 Mlvor Monarch Pouch Pok. 5 flavours 41. mixes MI wi. pkg. Pink Salmon 53c ASJ Johnson and Johnion. Family Pak DOna-AIQ strip Pkg. of 60 OVC Baby Powder M.OI plollic 89c Alpha Bits 65c Peanut Butter Kratt. 69c Mayonnaise Kmh lor 83c DISCOUNT PRICES Fabric Softener 12MI 1.63 Wax Paper 63e Confidets 1.99 Apple 76c Frozen Waffles Pk, 43c Dlliakarru DIAC Cherry. Frozen QC. Diueoerry ries net wl B5c FrozoiI net w, sT'n" wt. GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER SIZE 4Bs FRESH, RED or WHITE for ORANGES SUNKIST NAVELS ONIONS PLANTS COOKING, CANADA NO. 1 GRADE..................... cello bag (EXPECTED FRIDAY) FRESH TROPICAL, ASSORTED VARIETIES Size 72i Pet POTATOES Washed, Reds or Gems, Canada No. 2 CELLO BAG SERVING SUGGESTION ;