Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

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: 36
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) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 3, 1972 1972 community summer program -I on June 26; ends Aug. 18 By MAKI.I'Ml COOKSIIAW Hrrnid Stall Writer The Lelhbriilpj communily Bummer prop-am orfi.inized by the city, the Family Y and the Lelhbridgc Community Col- lege, will Ret under way this year June M. There will be four sessions of 10 (lavs each, to run June 26 to July to 21, July Swamp fever plan studied OTTAWA (CP) A program to compensate owners of swamp 24 to Aug. 4 and Aim. 7 In 18. A limit of 20 has been placed on the number of students who may register for each session section. The courses, which are open to eight to 14 year olds, will run weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 4 p.m. Instructors, who will be mostly students and LCC grad- uates and in most cases have not yet been selected, will be paid according to Opportuni- ties for Youth about to per week. Those courses organized by the community college will have the following registration fees: horsemanship, fever-infected horses is under consideration riculttire He; mons _-..-....._. was told today. i The horsemanship program Deputy Agriculture Minister i will be instructed by Anne Syd W i" 11 i a m s and Kenneth Diehl of Sandpoint, Idaho, who Wells, head of the department's health of animals branch, said consideration is being given to compensating owners forced to destroy infected horses. About four per cent of horses tested last year either had the called equine infectious anemia were carriers. Dr. Wells said. has been guest instructor at the six. month horsemanship section of the physical educa- tion course at the college. Miss Diehl is a specialist in dressage. The horsemanship class will The canoeing course will be held on Henderson Lake, with a journey into more adventur- ous water when canoeists bo- come more proficients. Camping and hiking will take place at Indian Battle Park, with the possibility of an overnight camping expedition at the end of the course. Indoor and outdoor games will include archery, badmin- ton, golf, soccer and Softball and classes will be held at the LCC. Sessions in children's chorus will also be held at the college. The program will include les- Man, 105, dies in Alberta EDMONTON (CP) One of Canada's oldest residents, Leon Benoit, died recently in Lloyd- minster, Alta., it was reported here Tuesday. He was 105. Mr. Benoit was born in St. Leonard, Que., on Feb. 19, 1867. He came to Alberta in 1922 where he took up farming. be held around the corrals at i He is survived by his wife, a the LCC. Tile program will in- son and a daughter, 17 grand- elude riding, gymkhana and j children and seven great grand- competition events I children. sons in voice training, music appreciation games, and assis- tance for singing groups. Interested persons wishing further information on the courses mentioned may con- tact Jack Linderman at the college. City ombudsman plan in works CALGARY (CD A rec- ommendation for a Calgary ombudsman will he introduced at the next meeting of city council's legislation committee. Aid. Adrian Berry, who orig- inally made such a recommen- dation in 1966, said he will re- introduce his proposal. "Recent comments by the provincial ombudsman that the spread of the ombudsman role to municipalities is inevitable have encouraged me to try this suggestion again." China muscles in on Britain LONDON (AP) Develop- ments announced by senior offi- cials last night indicate that China has leapfrogged over two oceans and extended its influ- ence through strategic Com- monwealth territories to the dis- may ot the British government. The officials reported two new situation new technical aid agree- ment signed by Maltese Prime Minister Dom Mintoff in Peking last gives China rights to send technicians and other ad- visers into Malta. Presence of More guards ordered for man CALGARY (CP) Christian Kjeldsen, acquitted last March of five charges by reason of in- sanity, is to be transferred to a second mental hospital where he will be held under reinforced guard. The 21-year-old Vancouver Aid. Berry said the number j man has been in tne Alberta of complaints and grievances from citizens have increased to the point where the aldermen and mayor don't have time to handle them properly any CUP AND MAIL WITH FEES TO LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHILDREN 8 TO 14 YEARS NAME ADDRESS BOY GIRL PHONE ACTIVITY HORSEMANSHIP FEE CAMPING AND HIKING FEE CANOEING FEE GAMES FEE CHILDREN'S JUNE 26- JULY 7 JULY 10- JULY 21 JULY 24- AUG. 4 CHORUS FEE All Courses will operate 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. EACH COURSE LIMITED TO 20 PERSONS AUG. 7- AUG. 18 Hospital at Ponoka since mov- ing from the Calgary Correc- tional Institute where he was confined after his trial when a psychiatrist told court that no provincial hospital could hold him. A spokesman for the attorney penti-al's office said the situa- tion was reviewed last week and arrangements were made to relocate him at the Oliver Hospital on the outskirts of Ed- monton. Kjeldsen was accused of at- tempted murder, rape and at- tempted rape, robbery and breaking and entering with in- tent to wound in connection with attacks last June on two women and the molesting of a young girl. Mr. Justice W. J. C. Kirby of Alberta Supreme Court said evidence showed Kjeldsen com- mitted the acts but was insane at the time. He ordered the man confined to the provincial jail in strict custody to await the pleasure of the lieutenant governor. these specialists could com- promise naval security arrange- ments of Britain and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. new military agreement negotiated secretly in Peking will give the East African state of Tanzania a first delivery of 12 Chinese-built MIG jet fighters next year. These are intended to Soviets buildinj big sub fleet LONDON (Reuter) The most important naval develop- ment over the last few years has been the rapid Soviet buildup of a missile-carrying submarine fleet, according to a report published here today. The strategic survey, pub- lished annually by the London- based Institute for Strategic Studies, said there now are 25 of these short-range Y-class boats, each carrying 16 limited-range- missiles, and they arc being built at a rate of about 10 a year. With their present arma- ments, the submarines must ad- vance beyond the Norwegian JAPANESE FIRST Japanese visitors o u t n u in hered American tourists in Hong Kong for the first time in 1971. Vaccine for horse virus produced TORONTO (CP) -A vaccine to protect horses against the virus VEE has been produced in Canada by Connaught medical research laboratories of the University of Toronto. In a statement today, the uni- versity said the vaccine was produced at the request of fed- eral agriculture officials by using a specimen obtained from the United States defence de- partment. The Connaught strain was based on the process developed in the U.S. where the vaccine has been in use. Connaught scientists had been asked to produce the vaccine by May 1 but they were ready April 14 with a batch in time to immunize horses that were to leave on show circuits. Chemical name for VEE is Venezuelan equine encephalo- myelitis. Iceland and Nor- order to be able to reach stations from which to cover potential targets in the United the institute said. However it added that "a new submarine-launched ballistic missile with a solid propeliant and range of more than miles has been pa- raded by the Soviet Union and flight-tested." The report said the new Y- class submarines are being allo- cated primarily to the northern fleet, based around Murmansk in the Soviet northwest, and now the largest of the four So- viet fleets. CALLED TOWARD AREA The report refers to the Nor- wegian Sea as an important strategic transit zone as well as a forward defence area for the northern fleet. It said the tasks of the grow- ing Soviet naval force In the Norwegian Sea appeared to be the following: United Stales sub- marines; U.S. strike carriers prior to aircraft launch; naval supremacy of the fleet areas; access for Soviet strategic-missile submarines to stations off the east coast of the United States; NATO lines of communication and supply; maritime flank sup- port for land operations in con- tiguous coastal areas; and sustain Soviet power and reduce the credibility and efficacy of NATO guaran- tees to northern Europe. LARGEST TREE Tlie white pine is the largest evergreen in Ontario, reaching diameters of five feet and heights of 150 feet. provide the Tanzanians with strategic cover on their south- ern frontier adjoining Porlu- guese-ruled Mozambique. The British foreign office is acting fo discover whether the Maltese pact with China breaches the defence agreement negotiated with Mintoff during months of financial haggling. Peking has given Malta a low- Interest loan of million, with repayment begejning in 1984, to heln the Mediterranean Island build up its industry. Buildup of a Chinese presenco on the island would enable Pe- king to keen track of the move- ments of NATO and Russian warships in the Mediterranean. Britain knows Tanzanian aii crews have been training in China since 1970 and that a big air base is under construction 80 miles west of Dar Es Salaam. Officials suggest the move is intended to counter the buildup of Portuguese air power in Moz- ambique where a full-scale Afri- can insurrection is under way. New York Times wins '72 prize NEW YORK (AP) The New York Times has won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for meritor- ious service for its publication of the Pentagon papers, the 47- volume study of how the United Stales became involved in the Vietnam war. The national reporting award went to syndicated columnist Jack Anderson for his disclo- sure of administration policy- making during the India-Paki- stan war. The trustees of Col- umbia University announced Uie annual prizes. But the trustees Issued a statement in which the express- ed "deep reservations about the timeliness and suitability of certain of the journalism awards." They did not specify which awards they referred to. hut The Times said today it had learned that the controversy in- volved the awards to The Times and Anderson because of the way in which official govern- ment documents had fallen into journalistic hands. LONG LEAVES White pine leaves are about four inches long with five leaves in a cluster. TltyE TO BUY TIME TO SAVE HOOVER BETTER HURRY INTO HOYT'S FOR THESE EXCEPTIONAL BUYS IN QUALITY HOOVER APPLIANCES FOR THE HOME Gins AS WELL AND THAT BIG DAY IS COMING UP FAST MAY 14TH! CON VENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED! THEY'LL MAKE IDEAL MOTHER'S DAY MODEL 536 It beats as it sweeps as it cleans, famous Hoover Triple Action holds the catpet on a c-jshicn of air while smooth agitator bars gently tap thr- carpet fo brim deeply imbedded grit to the surface. SPRING SALE.......... .95 MODEL 2202 Beautifully compact The Hoover Portable is n com- pletely self contained cleaning unit. Store it any- where, flat or on end. features automatic cord Scissors Sharpened I Ground to 3 perfect uniform cd.ue by experts wit the finest commercial equipment Bring in all your SPRING SALE 94-95 SEE THE NEW MODEL 404 SWINGETTE With suction so powerful It will cling to the wnlll HOOVER DIAL-A-MATIC MODEl 1152 rWO CLEANERS IN ONE Intently odjuMi to thr fiflhl r t i on for every cleaning job. Famous triplo act inn Jeaninc, lioldj thn carpet on rj cushion of nir. Opfinna! for in'.ton I Lonvftrsjon to abovn ihtt floor sewing scissor barber rcissors, garden tools, kitchen ctc. The Hoover Factory Representative will be at Hoyt's Thursday, May 4th 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.! HOOVER ELECTRIC CAN OPENER Model 8012 Features magnet, holds lids firmly, cord itorage, table re it. Guaranteed ono full year by Hoover. SPRING SALE 12 if 8502 Modern styling, extra high WARMS for easy toast re- HAND 1his Hoover Selectra-Shade Color control for just right MODEL tray does every time. Modern buffet Whips, beats, stirs with dual QC SALE ci.yo feet mixing SPRING 17 If) SAIE 1 1. QQ QC SAtE 15.20 mm HOOVER ELECTRIC KNIFE Model 6302 Lightweight, perfectly bal- anced handle. Instant Control finger operated, shuts off when thumb pressurn re- leased, stainless steel sur- ated blades for easy cutting, (never nned SPRING QQ SAIE I .OO HOOVER MODEL 8950 ELECTRIC BLENDER Here's the perfect blender that has so many practical features you'll wonder how you could ever live without it. Features chrome cutting blades that quickly chops food down to niio. Has 7 ferent speed os well. SPRING SALE ___ 47.95 You Always Do Better at .95 V DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 ELECTRIC KETTLE Smart modern ttylincj In iloinless steel with light r.'oeskin base and handles, largo pouring spout, easy to pour, fiosy to fill. HOOVER SPRAY-STEAM IRON MODEL 4501 Features up front controls for ono hand operation, thumb operated control far dry or steam irnninfi as riosirnd. Fabric guide gives exact settings for all mat- erials. SPRING SALE .25 ;