Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

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: 24
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 (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Rains spur crop growth NORTH VIETNAMESE TWINS - Mai Van So, left, a Viet Cong defector to Saigon, claims to be the twin brother of Moi Van Bo, right, Hanoi's former delegate-general in Paris. So, says his brother was "manipulated by the communists." OTTAWA (CP) - Rains \ Moisture conditions improved throughout the Prairie prov-j greatly following rains early inces last weekend greatly im-; this week. Hay and pasture proved both moisture conditions i fields started slowly this year and the prospects for a healthy! and germination of most crops crop, Dominion Bureau of Sta-! has been uneven. The rain, tistics reported Wednesday. : however, should bring them In the second of the 1971 ser-1 along. Spraying of early crops ies of telegraphic repc.rs on! is complete. Did you know that your Transit System is now able to provide Charter Bus Service to areas within a 25-mile radius of the City which would include the following: FORT MACLEOD and STANDOFF ST. MARY'S RESERVOIR and MAGRATH RAYMOND and NEW DAYTON PARK LAKE, BARONS, NOBLEFORD, KEHO LAKE, TRAVERS DAM and PICTURE BUTTE COALDALE and BARNWELL City tours by Transit Bus would include the new University Site, Brewery Gardens, Japanese Gardens, Henderson Park, Research Station, Provincial Goal, Junior College, Gome Farm and Indian Battle Park. For charter rates please call the Transit Garage at 327-2588 Planning an Outing? Let Your Transit System Help You! crop conditions across Canada, DBS said Prairie farmers have most of their crops in the ground and that the recent rains should spur uniform growth. Germination has been spotty in some areas due to dry weather. The reports are compiled from telegrams sent to Ottawa Tuesday from field correspondents. The report includes a special j note on rust and grasshopper j conditions. A few lepf rust and stem rust spores have been found in spore traps in Western Canada, but conditions have not favored infection. No rust is reported. Grasshopper eggs started to hatch about May 24 in the West, three weeks earlier than in the last several years. Conditions during the last two weeks have favored a uniform hatch and a high survival rate among the young grasshoppers. Conditions by provinces: Alberta: Seeding is virtually ! complete except for some bar-j ley, rapeseed and green feed. Judge sends ;pig' policeman caller to farm EDMONTON (CP) -David Hugh Sleter, 19. of Edmonton, who called a police constable a "pig." will be taken to a farm and shown the difference. Provincial Judge Lucien Maynard issued the order Wednesday when he fined Slater $25 and placed him on probation for six months. Slater pleaded guilty to a . charge of causing a disturbance. Saskatchewan: Good rains covered most of the province last weekend, soaking fields which are nearly all seeded. Some flax and special crops ar� still to be planted and more repesecd is expected to be sown following the recent rains. .Manitoba: Sseding is complete except for a few 1 o w fields in the Brandon and Me-lita regions. Both areas report adequate mois t u r e supplies. The Altona region, however, is very dry and limited thunder-shoivers have provided scant relief. CARPET and UNO (Complete Installations!) Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of the South" LATE GRADUATE - Kermit Tyndall of Jacksonville, Fla. prepares for high school graduation, 43 years late. He says through a mixup he lost half a credit and didn't get his diploma from Lakeview High at Winter Garder;, Fla., in 1928. His son, the Rev. Thomas Tyndall of Charlotte, N.C., adjusts mortarboard and other family members help. New York may become 51st state NEW YORK (AP) - Mayor John V. Lindsay has set up a commission to study the efficiency of the state government and to examine the question of New York City becoming the 5lst state. At the same time, the state legislature has passed a bill creating a commission to investigate the city's operation. Creation of both commissions Wednesday climaxed weeks of accrimony between the cdty and state governments over the city's request for new revenues and appeared to support a growing campaign among some city leaders for statehood. In Albany, the Republican leadership surprised the legislators by suddenly taking up the bill providing for a state investigation of the city. "We're worried about a city," said Senate Majority Leader Earl Brydges of Niagara Falls. "We're watching the gradual deterioration of what was once the greatest city in the world." With Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller in command of Republican majorities in the state Senate and Assembly, the measure was passed over the protests of city Democrats. Brydges said the state commission could consider the possibility of replacing the strong mayor form of government with a city manager system and dividing the city into five separate governments along borough lines. Democrats said the $250,000 appropriation for the commission would be inadequate for it to do any serious work, and Senator S'eymour Thaler of Queens called the action an attempt to "intimidate" Lindsay. Lindsay and Rockefeller strong political rivals, have engaged in name-calling recently over the size of the state and city budgets. Censorship is tightened in South Africa JOHANNESBURG (Reuter) - Censorship is being tightened in South Africa, despite mounting internal opposition. Come on over to the friendly flavour of Golden West The lower house of Parliament recently passed an amendment to the already rigid censorship laws, extending a cloak of secrecy over the Publications Control Board, the over-all censorship watchdog, and permitting it to establish its own "investigator corps." The amendment was presented to the House twice. A public cuttcry greeted its first appearance and forced retraction and modification before the second attempt. Even so, its passage through the House was stormy. Opposition speakers decried the Publications Control Board as a dictator of South African thought and said it was so bigoted and narrow-minded that it had become a laughing-stock. The governing National party's large parliamentary majority ensured the bill's passage. Much was made in the debate of the position of the local magazine Scope which had seven recent issues banned and appealed to the High Court in all seven cases. BOARD OVERRULED In three cases heard so far, the court overruled the board and awarded damages at a cost to the taxpayer of more than $14,000. In the heat of the debate, Deputy Interior Minister Schalk van der Merwe, who had the task of guiding the amendment bill through Parliament, declared there was no censorship in South Africa. Last February, however, Interior Minister Theo Gerdener disclosed that 5,758 publications had been banned since 1963. ! An index of objectionable literature, compiled from govern-ment gazettes which announce the bans, lists almost 13,000 books as prohibited in South Africa. Films, magazines, books and plays are banned or allowed only in expurgated versions here on the grounds of objectionable politics, nudity or violence-usually in that order. Anything on multi-racialism or communism is out. So are Playboy magazine and such films as Bonnie and Clyde. Pi evin score turned down LONDON (Reuter) - A score written by American conductor-composer Andre Previn for a movie starring his wife, actress Mia Farrow, has been dropped by Columbia Pictures because it was unsuitable. Associate producer Barry Appleby told reporters: "No one seemed to like it." The music was written for a movie to be called See No Evil in which Miss Farrow plays a blind girl unwittingly involved in murder. Composer Elmer Bernstein has been assigned the job of writing new music. VARIED SIZES Most minnows do not exceed a few inches in length but some species weigh as much as 50 pounds. GoldenWest tastes the way Alberta beer should taste Cheerful, bright, and inviting. Mother . . . ON FATHER'S DAY DRESS UP IN A PAIR OF SHOES From . . . MflRflNJO WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH At Dunlop You Get. . . Here* your opportunity to sovS hundreds"onVnew car. Dunlop Ford was able to negotiate a special buy on a special group of cars and the savings are being passed on to you! Dunlop Ford got a bargain now you get a bargainl 1971 MUSTANGS HAVE BEEN REDUCED AS MUCH AS .00 AS A FACTORY DISCOUNT! SEE THIS 1971 MUSTANG SPORTSROOF Ermine White in color, 35T, 2V, 3 speed auto, trans., Power Steering. Bucket Seats, Rear Deck Spoiler and many more Ford Better Ideas. CA1QQ YOW SPECIAL PURCHASE BARGAIN PRICE . I OJ We have bargain prices en 17 Mustangs and Torino 2-door hardtopi specially purchased to pass big savings ta you I ........... �..,,>_,. . , 1970 FORD CUSTOM 500 2-OR. HT. This is* our last executive driven 1970 demonstrator. Only 8000 miles and balance of 5 year, 30,000 mile power train warranty available. A clean metallic blue with a white roof. ORDINARILY SOLD FOR $4500. PRICE CUT TO S3695 SAVE 80500 AIR! AIR! AIRI 1969 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4-DR. H.T. V8, fully equipped. Metallic green with a dark green vinyl roof plus air conditioning and tinted glass. PRICE CUT FROM $3395 TO S2884 SAVE 511.00 ;