Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 14

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
Previous Edition:

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) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta i2 1HE IFIHBRIOCE HERAID Solurdoy, 3, BIG CATCH The Norwegian fish catch in 1971 was the second largest pvar at tons. DISUKKS UG11T Tha black starfish dislikes light and lias to collected hv divers below the tides. Strong government action needed against skyjacking Common seoie people wear HARDL1TE LENSES The Comraon Sense lens reefc protective lenses jhatKspcoo only half weW-t rf crtinsfy lensss. backed by a SS.COO.OO warranty agaast eye injury, They're avatebte YOUR prescription- So who needs a law? MONTREAL (OP) Only strong government action can provide protection against lii- jacking, airport massacres, and I other crimes against civil avia- tion, an industry spokesman said here. Knut Ilammarskjoeld, direc- tor general of the International Air Transport Association is- sued a statement condemning Lhe terrorist killing ot 25 peoplo at Tel Aviv airport Tuesday night. "The airlines arc doing every tiling in their power to protect then- passengers without bring ing air transport to a he said. "They cannot, however, sue ceed without equally energeti action by governments through legislation and severe punish ment of those perpetrating acts t armed aggression against Ivil aviation." Mr. Hammarskjocld said that nternational conventions aimed combatting such aggression lave been concluded but they vill have no meaning until they are "subscribed to, ratified and strictly implemented in detail >y all government." "The latest incident, involving Jie deh'berate and premeditated slaughter ol innocent passen- gers and bystanders, is without prcedent in the already abhor- rent history of hijackings and armed aggression against civil the statement said. It is particularly re- grettable that the response to the new 'conventions is lacking from the areas where they are most, needed...." TAKING NO CHANCES GUELPH, Out. (CP) To make sure provisions of tho Narcotics Cur.lro! Act were not being violated, city officials asked Ottawa about its plans to plant 500 Oriental poppios in honoring the centennial ot I ho birth ot Col. John McCrae ol Guclph, who wrote In Flanders Fields. They were assured the Oriental poppy is altogether dif- ferent from the opium variety. Grants okeyed OTTAWA ICP) Federal grants totalling to help finance safely projects at rail- way crossings have been ap- proved by the Canadian Trans, port Commission. The grants cover projects at 23 locations including Weald, Alia., and Dritsh Columbia centres of Hayward, Gold Stream and Cowichan. WHAT'S THIS Tliis army recruiting sign in San Francisco originally readi "We'll pay you a month to learn a skill." An unknown paint-brush weilcter look oul enough words to make it: "We'll pay you a month lo kill." Specializing in Jhe fitting of Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses ChilaVn'l Frames Magnifiers Repair! Reasonnbla Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ST. S. LETHBfllDGE Phone 387-3609 Special House and Office Furniture AUCTION SALE MONDAY, JUNE 5th 7 p.m. VIEWING Sunday, June 4th to p.m. And All Day Monday Frigidoire 2-door 13' fridge, 3' 2 downfill coombs, chairs, library table. OFFICE EQUIPMENT 4 drawer metal file cabinet, 3 drawer typewriter d.iki office chair, .rrrall metol typewriter desk, Burroughs add.na machine, Paymaster cheque wriler and case, (new) Brother! port, typewriter. MISCELLANEOUS Cut olaissj; vases, various sizes, quantity of fine dishes, 4 lets of knives ond forks, spice rack, quantity of lilver trays and distiesi new cooler. j CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 3J8-4705 1920 2nd AVE. t. IE1HBR1DG! AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDWANN COJB CORNER 2nd AVE. and I31h ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS SATURDAY IN THE CLUBROOMS Music By "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! Scholars awarded medals, prizes Lie. 41 lie. 458 LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 51 Nos.......... Game No. 1 50 TOih Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 AU GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Q0 Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in club room for memberi and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet OTTAWA (CP) Five Cana-1 diaii scholars have been awarded medals and prizes by the Royal Society of Canada for contritmtions to Canadian, cul- ture and science. They arc: Jean Hamelin, 41, head of the history department at Laval University in Quebec City; C. Desmond Pacey, 55, vice-president of the University of New Brunswick; Louis-Ed- mond Hamelin, 49, a Laval Uni- versity geographer; Douglas Harold Copp, 57, head of the physiology department at the University oE British Columbia; and Leo Charles Vining, 47, pro- fessor of biology at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Dr. Vining, who received the Harrison Prize, is the only award winner who is not a Fel low of the society. He was awarded a 5150 prize while the other winners received society medals and cash- awards o' each. Jean Hamelin was awardec the Tyrell Medal for outstandin; work in Canadian history. H has published works on the s< cial and economic history r. New France and Quebec. WRITING PRAISED Dr. Pacey received the LornfrPierce Medal for acliieve- ment in imaginative and critical literature. He has written books on creative writing in Canada ond Canadian literary history. Louis-Edmond Hamelin was given the Pierre Chauveau Medal for distinguished contri- butions lo the humanities other than Canadian literature and history. He has written widely on Canadian geography. Dr. Copp received the Flav- elle Medal for original research of special merit in the biological sciences. He is being honored for his discovery a hormone, alcilonin, which helps regulate ie concentration of calcium irculating in the blood. Dr. Vining was awarded the arrison Prize for Ms work on ie chemistry of antibiotics. His esearch contributed to the ui erstanding of how fungi pro- uce mold metabolites and anti iotics. Win 22 days in Europe andaVW to bring home. Free. You could be the winner in this area. We're having a conlest. If you win we'll give you Holland. Switzerland, Germany. Belgium. Austria. Luxembourg. And fronce. We'll give you days, with deluxe and first class accommodations, and breakfasts and dinners onus. We'll giveyot) a Volkswagen Super Beetle for sight- seeing (plus gas moneyU And aflerward bring it horns c; your souvenir. We'll give you all this (including a round trip luflfiansa flight lo Europe) ilyou do trvo things: One, come in ond test drive a new 72 Volkswagen. You'll discover it's oheadofifstime. And two, come up with the winning entry in the con- test lo name our new compuier plug. That's the plug lhai will connect every wagen lo ourVW Compuier Self-Analysis System. It's the service system of the future. Every 72 Volkswagen is already equipped for if, and the first computers will begin operation this fall. Come in and let us tell you about if. And about the contest. Alter all, it's probably the lint you've been able lo enler a 4 wilh a bug in it Don't wail any CONTEST DETAILS AT YOUR DEALER. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Up DANCE Saturday, June 3rd p.m. MUSIC BY Frankly Brothers MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME! NXGS-IST CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS lynn Baker Earl Tennant Frank Day-Miko Schmidt Jack Bunning SIMPSONS-SEARS OLYMPUS TRIP 35 CAMERA WINNER Mr. John Loewen, Manager of Simpsons-Sean presents Ihe Olympus Trip 35 camera to Jerry Kovacs, 2032 19th Si. S. Jerry was tha local winner of tht photograph contest held across Canada which wal drawn for in May. THE WINNING SOUND (A CONTEMPORARY GROUP FROM MEDICINE HAT) PRESENTS: THE FOLK MUSICAL "LIFE" JUNE llth, 1972 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE p.m. Tickets Directed by: Mrs. J. Rentier ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE AT LEISTERS, BIBLE BOOK STORE OR MARCEL'S SMOKE SHOP ;