Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 2

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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI IETHBRIDGI HERALD Thursday, July 1970 Steer Dropped In '5% Seconds CALGARY (CP) Every- thing broke right for the .Cal- gary Stampede Wednesday, ex- cept the attendance. Dave Penner of Brooks daz- zled rodeo fans with speed as he wrestled a steer to the ground in 5.5 seconds. Rex Bland of Trent, Tex., produced a comparable feat in the calf roping wnen to Ias' seed, threw and tied a young eteer to 11.6 seconds. Ralph Vigen drove the Bill MacDonald chuekwagon from Edmonton over the half-mile in one minute, 7.69 seconds, a track record, but was penal- ized three seconds when three outriders were left behind. The gross time was still the third fastest of the night. It Fine Papers Price Hikes Follow Guide OTTAWA (CP) The prices and incomes commission said today that increases of a ton in the selling prices of fine pa- pers, announced by the paper makers this spring, are within the price restraint criteria. "All the companies reviewed are likely to absorb a signifi- cant portion of cost increases in the conanission said in a formal report of its inquiry. The commission examined the cost and pricing circumstances of five firms which account for 90 per cent of the fine-paper in- dustry's output in Canada. They are Abilibi Provincial Paper Ltd., E. B. Eddy Co., Domtar Fine Paper Products Ltd., Rol- hmd Paper Co. Ltd., and Island Paper Mills division of Mac- Mfflan Blocdel Ltd." Hundreds of grades of fine pa- pers are made in Canada, and producers' sales in 1969 totalled about left the outfit in second place It was less than two second behind Merle Anderson of Car- bon, Attendance was down from the same day las year. Bank Rocket As Troops Piill Out BELFAST (CP) A bomb- caused explosion wrecked large bank in the centre of thi troubled Northern Ireland cit today as some British peace- keeping troops started leaving Ulster for home. Reports of injured varied. On said 12 persons were injurec four severely. Another said 2- were hurt, none severely. The explosion occurred as th first British troops were beta pulled out-following an apparer easing of tensions between Prot estants and minority Roman Catholics. Chief Coroner's Son To Wed TORONTO (CP) Paul George Samuel Cantor, the only son of Alberta's chief coro- ner, Dr. Mai Cantor, will be married tonight in an ecumeni- cal service to Bonnie Lynn, only daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Morgan of Toronto. The bride's father, one of flie 12 governors of the Toronto stock exchange, is vice presi- dent of Wood Gundy Securities Ltd. HALE OPTICAL COMPANY LTD Gary Martin Dispensing Optician 107 6th II. I. 327-7152 Two Alhertans Sent To Jail For Mischief EDMONTON (CP) Two men were sent to jail for mis chief after being found guilty of opening a propane valve on _n holiday trailer while an Ed monton couple slept inside. Dennis Gary Armstrong, 18 was sentenced to one year ant Donald Dale Clark, 21, to nine months. Both are from the northern Alberta Community o Fawcett. Court was told the couple was in the trailer, parked at a campground about 150 miles northwest of Edmonton. The escaping propane gas was dis- covered about 3 a.m. Grande Prairie Man Killed GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Roger James Wills, 25, of Grande Prairie was killed in an explosion that destroyed an oil exploration powdef maga- zine and a three ton truck standing nearby. Cause of the explosion, at an oil drilling site 60 miles south- west of here, was not deter- mined. Mr. Wills was employed by Tejcaco Exploration Co. of Cal- gary. Hit the road with an HFC Traveloan Need extra cash to make that family vacation a reality? See us for an HFC Traveloan. Cover every cost...from gas and oil to luggage, lodging, and souvenir shopping. Repay con- veniently when you return. This vacation, hit the happy road-with an HFC Traveloanl Apply for your loan by phone. We'll supply your loan by mail. iiopi 1} 41 31 31 la 12 aetila till 309 559 1009 1600 2509 4990 2W3 18.35 3186 28.37 51.24 91.56 9M9 123.46 94.48 113.38 151.17 HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Canada LETHBRIDGE 506-4Hi Avenue South-Telephone 327-1511 (two doors west of Kresges) Ask about mir evening hours RIOT blood-splaltered y outh is hustled away from the scene of a dis- turbance in Vancouver's West End by riot-equipped member of Vancouver City police force. About 200 rock-lhrowing youth went on rampage near English Bay. Other photoi Const. D. A. Boyd of Vancouver City police force writhes on pavement after being felled by a rock. He suffered broken ribs. Mercury Pollution Talk Shows Ignorance-Gunning EDMONTON (CP) Dr. H. E. Gunning, head of the Uni- versity of Alberta's chemistry department, said Wednesday ihat some current talk about pollution represents "rampant ignorance." Dr. Gunning said in an inter- view he wonders who is re- sponsible for creating the fear ;hat mercury is dangerous to mman health. "I know people working with wavy mercury compounds in ndustry who have five times the amount of mercury nor- mally regarded as safe in urine, and they have had no problems and they have lived to a ripe old age." The comments followed a warning issued Monday by the provincial government that fish caught in the North Saskatche- wan Rivsr downstream from Edmonton were unfit for human consumption because of high levels of mercury. Provincial offic ials are studying the university as a potential source of mercury contamination in fish, said to be several times the recom- mended maximum of .5 (.5) parts per million. Dr. Gunning, department chairman, said he doubts his department is responsible foi any mercury contamination: "it is very expensive." He said mercury compounds have numerous medical uses They are in material used tut he premised to convey the rpinions to his cabinet col- leagues "who now have to dig- est the report and decide what to do." The attorneys-general and Mr. Turner resume their meet- ings today. The Saskatchewan and Prince Edward Island ministers had harsh words Wednesday for ttw report's views, and other minis- ters were reported to have told Mr. Turner of their opposition to changes in current drug laws. .The Le Dain commission re- port was tabled in the Commons June 19 and recommended that no prison terms be imposed for possession of any drug and that maximum fines be no more than for possession. The federal government rejected these recommendations. Other recommendations wera that marijuana be shifted front the Narcotics Cntrol Act, where penalties are stiff for possession and trafficking, to the Food and Drug Act, where possession could be dealt with more leniently. WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT cABOVE lo.fli J ZERO AT SUNHISE FRIDAY SUNSET -eUibrMge .......90 ledicine Hat.....88 'incher Creek 86 ligh Level....... 73 lalgary 84 Cdmonton....... 83 ianff........... 83 Peace River ......76 Rocky Mtn House. 83 ..98 'ictoria......... 85 Mnce George ..81 {amloops........100 'ancouver 80 Prince Albert 83 Saskatoon.......85 Moose Jaw .......85 leguia Winnipeg "bunder Bay Ottawa...... Quebec 57 58 53 45 58 52 49 46 52 60 55 45 59 61 58 55 61 55 61 56 .01 68 .12 69 .47 Fredericton 77 64 Charlottetowri 72 St. John's, Nfld, 75 52 Chicago......... 82 65 New York........77 73 Brandon.........81 53 Washington SO 73 Miami.......... 86 81 Los Angeles...... 81 65 S'an Francisco ..60 58 Las Vegas.......110 83 Lethbridge-Medlcuie Hat Sunny today and hot with highs 85-90. Continuing hot Friday with lows 55-60, and highs near 90. Kootenay, Columbia To- day and Friday, sunny with a few cloudy periods and very warm. A chance of isolated thunderstorms tonight. Highs today and Friday between 95 and 100 in the Thompson-Oka- nagan region and between 90 and 95 elsewhere; lows tonight in the 50s. Owafonna Presents SWATHERS and WINDROWERS Extra crap Contour flotation. One platform can raited a foot while other hugs the ground, Individually powered trimping roles thorough but gentle conditioning No shredding crimpled. No tearing Stems are power SEE THEM TODAY1 BALER TWINE ft.-3JJ Ib. Until. strength.................... PER BALE C Gfl GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OP AMA WORKERS KILLED HEMPEN, ers) Threo Italian workers were killed at a hydroelectric .power station Wednesday when torrent of water swept them own a water duct into the sta- ion's turbines. Six workers vcre cleaning the empty duct vhen the mass of water sud- lenly swirled through. Two waded to safety and third was thrown detr. Highway 3 west. There is re-paving between Lethbridge and Monarch. Motorists arc asked to watch for men and equipment. Between Coleman and the B.C. border paving Is in progress causing slight delay in traffic. Highway 5 Lethbridge to Welling. Base course paving is in progress. There are rough sections. Motorists asked to watch for men and equipment. Heavy oiling has been completed in this area and caution is advised. Highway 25 Oiling Is in pro- gress in the Turin area. The Logan Pass h now open 24 hours daily. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutti 24 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. MST, Chief Mountain 6 a.m. to t p.m. Del Bonita 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Rooseville, B.C., It a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Fortfaill-Rykerti I la midnight, Logan Pass, open 24 hours. ;