Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 16

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: 29
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


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SCALP SUClGIiSTlON SITTING-BOURNE, England fCP) Bald-headed Ray Bras- ter had a hair-raising experi- ence al a seance organized by Kent spirii. told him how to grow his hair again. He says a spooky voice said to rub a mixture of sugar and vinegar on his scalp. Roy claims. il worked. Snlurdtiy, May 9, 1970 THE 1EIHBBIDCE HERALD 17 Armed Force To Provide Jobs QUEBEC (CP) -Canadian Forces will provide new jobs in Quebec Ihis year, a spokesman said here. Tlic spokesman also (old a news conference thai French- Canadians now can lake Irain- ing in Ihc forces' mosl popular trades in their own languages. He said Ihe new recruits "ol French-Canadian origin' will include aboul in Ihe Quebec City region and about in the Montreal area. The spokesman said about 40 trades now arc taught in French Tlie public is invited Lo meet 3 Distinguished Federal Cabinet Ministers to 6 p.m. MAY 12 WESTERN ROOM, EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MINISTER OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION IN ATTENDANCE WILL BE: HON. JEAN MARCHAND HON. H. A. (Bud) OLSON MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE HON. JAMES A. RICHARDSON MINISTER OF SUPPLY AND SERVICES SPONSORED BY LETHBR1DGE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION' lo French-speaking recruits of the Canadian Forces. These included courses (01 technicians in radar, dec Ironies, integrated systems, radio, aviation, for radio opera- tors and other trades. Many of them arc being of- fered foi' Lire first Lime French. Algeria Power Commission Chief Retires EDMONTON (CP) J .G (Jim) MacGregor retired here as chairman of Ihe A1 b e r I a Power Commission, Ihe body which regulates the operations of power utilities in the prov- ince. Mr. MacGregor, also known as the author of works on Ihe history of Western Canada, has held the post since 1952. He is a former general man- ager of Canadian Utilities Ltd., major power company in Al- berta. A successor to Mr. MacGreg- al Ihe power commission las yel lo be appointed, In this confused, uncertain world. isn't it kind of nice to find something you can really count on? Like 9% Guaranteed Royal Trust Guaranteed Investment even if the market plunges and __ 1 Receipts are something like bank term peaks a dozen times during the term of UTfl If I IfllSL JL C4.1. M.M. WL7V deposits. But more so. Because they pay your deposit. K you like the idea of gelling nioie. On a 5-ycar minimum deposit oE some real mileage out of your money, Asscls llndcr S500 lalktoyourlocalRoyalTnistofficc. ion, over SIO billion. Canada Split Into Oil Markets OTTAWA CCP) -The govern mcnl has taken steps to enforce a long-standing voluntary ar rangcment whereby Canada i, split into markets for domesti and iinpoi'led oil. Energy Minister J. J. Greeni Thursday revived a dorman section of law that enables the National Energy Board to keej oil impoi'ts out of markets wes of the Ottawa Valley. Answering long-standing com plainLs from major oil compa nics, Mr. Greene announced the steps to protect the Ontario pe troieum big periodic invasions of low-priced imported gasoline. Big oil companies, with On tario refineries to handle pipet ciude oil from western Canada had complained that cheap im- ports kept prices so low lhat they were discouraged from ex- panding Ontario refining capac- i t y. Western the same international compa- the complaint. Thurday's move, generally welcomed by Opposition is jased on policies established a decade ago. The so-called National Oil Pol- icy of L961, designed in part to stimulate production by for- eign-dominated companies in iVestern Canada, assigned Can- ada wer; of the Ottawa-Valley counties of Ontario to domestic products. The policy also was designed lo mesh with United Stales mar- kets. 'Vestern Canadian crude was piped into markets west of the Rocky Mountains and into the U.S. Middle West! A then-secret 1967 agreement belween the U.S. and Canadian governments set limits on Cana- dian imports east of the Rock- ies. Compliance with C a n a d a 's 1961 split-market policy and the 1967 U.S.-Canada agreement were left on a largely voluntary basis. Many of the producing, refining, expoi'ting and import- ing firms involved in the poli- cies were the1 same interna- tional companies. In recent years, however, Ca- nadian crude piped into the United States had been exceed- ing the agreed limits. Similarly, eastern Canadian importers were leaking low-priced gaso- line into the Ontario market. Last year, Canada was pro- ducing about barrels of oil a above ahout half of it exported. Imports into eastern Canada filled up the slack in total na- tional consumption uf aijun barrels a day. There is persistent agitation from some independent Cana dian producers to extend pipe lines and expand the market foi domestic oil into Eastern Can ada. Hovering over all were llic. discoveries fast year of massive oil deposits in some feared might supplant Ca- nadian exports 10 the United the prospect of find ng oil under the ocean oft east- ern Canada, replacing imports in that area. The United States instituted a review of its own oil policy, which sharply limits low-priced overseas imports and buoys up the price of domestic products. As an interim measure, Presi- dent Nixon announced in March a Limit of barrels a day on Canadian imports east of the locHes for the rest of the year. They had been running higher. Pressure increased for an ex- panded outlet for Western Can- ada's product, and there was orhe slack in the Ontario mar- ket filled by imports. At the ame time there was anxiety among western producers current expansion of refinery----------------- capacity in Quebec might send excess output into Ontario. hew regulations announced Thursday enable the energy board to impose conditions on import licences, ensuring that gasoline will not be shipped in quantity west of Ihe Ontario counties along the Ottawa Val- ley. ELEPHANT BRAND 16-20-0 FERTILIZER 25.Ib. 1.85 50-lb. bag 2.95 Free use of spreudcr with every purchase FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD. 816 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5540 Protect U.S. Flag CHARLESTON W. Va. (AP) Police Chief Dallas Bias ays he has directed his of- cers that in any event where lie flag is being torn up or urned in their presence, "they re lo risk their lives and the ves of others to rescue the ag and to retain ils honor." glassy They know when to furn on... They darken 'when it's .sunny and hrisht. Then clear indoors find ac night. Smoothly- Comfortably. Automatically. A. neutral gray IhaL hides your eyes, doesn't disturb natural coloring. Corning- created, the P flass. IVe make the gla to your proscription. JusL come in and ask. OPTICAL PRISCRIPTION CO. 308-7th. ST. S LETHBRIDGE Phono 327-3609 Frache's Nurseries and Greenhouses-1970 Price List Located at 7th Avenue and 20th Street North Just 1 mile north of the water tower. ANNUALS This season we are featuring the largest and nicest selection of GERANIUMS ALL GOING AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER PRICED FROM AS LOW AS I iUU Jlumho Size CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN ASTERS-Mixed, Dwarfs and Powder Puff AGERATUM-Blue Mink ALYSSUM-While, Slue and Pink BALSAM-lady Slipper CARNATIONS-Chobouds Gt and Bravo COSMOS COLEUS DIANTHUS BRAVO DUSTY MILLAR DAHLlA-Seedling LARKSPUR LOBELIA Dwarf Blue, While and Red Trailing for Window boxes MARIGOLDS Giant Mix, Pelile in colors NEMESIA NICOTINA-Red and Wiiils NIEREMBERGIA PETUNIAS- 30 varielies plus mony New introduclions PHLOX-Globe Mix PORTULACA PANSY-Roggli STOCKS-Mixod SNAPDRAGON-Rockel Mixed and separate colors Dwarf Torn Thumb and mixed-colors Tel.-oj SCHIZANTHUS SALVIA VERBENA ilNNIA-Gianl flowering lilMput and Thumbcllina Price per basket of above Annuals 55 Price per flat above Annuals 3.85 Snaps in 3" Jiffy Pols early flowering, each 20 Annual in 2'A" Jiffy Pots, each 15 Marguerite or Paris Daisy for window boxes 35 .50 Vinca Trailing Vines-for window boxes, each .30 up Dracaena 35 nnd .50 Canna Lilies, each _85 Begonias, each 75 Seeding Dahlias-Pine bedding plants, out of pots mixed colors, eath 35 DAHLIAS Decorative-All Colon, each Cactus-All Colors, each Pom-Pom-All Colors, each PLANT YOUR Gladiolus Bulbs Now Choice quality and 85t dn and Available al Both Frache's Flower Shop and Frache's Greenhouses 1 PORCH BOXES AND HANGING BASKETS Porch Boxes, well filled, per foot 3.50 and up! Hanging Baskets, each 6.95 and 7.50 Porch Tubs, Cedar, each........... 8.00 and 12.00 Prepared Compost Soil, per box.............. Prepared Compost Soil, per sack 3.00 VEGETABLE PLANTS Broccoli per basket .55; pe Brussels Sprouts per basket .55; pe Cabbage per basket .55; pe Celery per basket .55; pe Pepper Plants per basket .55; pe Tomato Plcmls per basket .55; pe Riverside Sweet Spanish Onions per basket .55; per flat 3.B5 Cucumber Plants each .10; per flat 3.85 Rhubarb Plants, each........................ 1.00 Tomato Plants 4" pots .30 flat 3.85 flat 3.85 flat 3.85 Hal 3.85 flat 3.85 Flat 3.B5 SHADE TREES Purple leaf Cherry, 8-ft..................... 8.00 Silver Leaf Maple, 8-ft....................... 7.00 Chinese Elm 4.50 May Day Tree 5.50 Silver Birch, Large 6.00 Crimson King Maple, 8-Ft................... 7.00 Toba Hawthorn, 8-fl....................... 6.00 EVERGREENS ORNAMENTAL Mugho Pine 5.00 7.50 10.00 Austrian Pine............................ 17.50 Savin Juniper 4.50 lo 10.00 Pfiliers Green Junipers 10.00 Pfilzers Golden Junipen.................. 10.00 Pyrqmidalis Cedar................. 10.00 to 20.00 Colorado Spruce 25.00 to 30.00 Meyeri Junipers.......................... 12.00 ORNAMENTAL TREES Cut leaf Weeping Birch 7.50 and up American Mountain Ash 7.00 Flowering Crab 8-ft................ 7.50 ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS Mock Orange............................. 3.00 Cut Leof Golden Elder 3.50 Snowball............................... 3.00 Honeysuckle.............................. 3.00 Silver Leaf Dogwood 3.00 Golden Leof Dodwood 3.00 Crsloneaster Ond up Lilac (French Grafted) 4.00 Japanese Quince ...........................3.CO Wegeilia 3.00 Spirea (Red and While) 2.25 PERENNIALS Peonies (3 colors) Large Roots each 1.50 Bleeding Hearl 1.25 Phlox (5 colors) Hardy Chrysanthemums .....................75 Everbearing Strawberry Plants each .12 Ruby Red Rhubarb each 1.00 Climbing Rosebushes and Rosebushes- Colors Red, Gold, Pink, While, Two-tone. Jumbo Garnefle each 1.00 lo 2.00 FRUIT TREES 6' to T Mclntosh Apple 5.50 Melba Apple 5.50 Dolgo Crab 5 50 Flemish Beauty Pear 5.50 Golden Delicious Apple 5.50 CLIMBERS Clematis O 50 PEAT MOSS ft...................3 75 FERTILIZER AT MARKET PRICES Have Your Children PLANT A TREE or SHRUB and Observe Its Growth! HOURS: Open Every Day Except Sundays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. ALL NURSERY STOCK Pre-planfed to enebie transplanting successfully ,o the full '-v i V 'J 7- -mm PLEAfF ail1 THIS PRICE LIST FOR FUTURE REFERENCE NURSERIES and GREENHOUSES Located at 7th Ave. and 20th St. N. Just One Mile North ef Ihe Wotcr Tower Phone 327-2768 ;