Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 19

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: 28

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) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridoy, November 12, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 17 No cations -oved ior winter ivorks funds advantage lo plies only for work (lone lo ihe her. Statistics Canada has ported. _ "K shouldn't lie too long-------------------------------- an aide lo Manpower! Minister Olio Lang said A spokesman for the program said in an interview Wednesday I that despilc the number of en- sol Ol quiries no statistics were avaiir.- ble on how many formal appil- OTTAWA (CPi Regulations at manpower wjn restrict from the mar- been submitted, kel tcxtiie products that burn Deadline for applications is projects: Ian. 31. Federal assistance ap-! e works; W, hon to e pand manpower training pro- i grams: SHI million for construe- j lion of exhibition buildings: and S113 million in accelerated Cen-; Iral Mortgage and Housing j Corp. loans for housing, land I purchase and sewage treatment facililics. But the program thai has rc- suited in the biggest avalanche to tlr.' central inlor- Scuffles mark Drapeau ousler MONTR1CAL 'CTi 'I'll'1 properl; in I he mayor's defunct p, h Hotel. las.ed all aft- thef, .gainst Mayor Dnipcau by (iould past years to visiting royalty .moon and was pune- ia't l'nTa> of Ihl- Im- and prominent political figures. tuatcd by II was Ine secne of scuffles and traded accusations Thursday between Mayor Jean Urapcau and hotel officials. The dispute over owncr.-hip ol ago, the s and the laying of a complaint i Hut hold 1 a w y e i- George mayor shoving a Uriipeim to rl, the clamping of lins on the restaur- -Someone connected v.-iih ilu bieaK-' hotel has a personal account 11 ing of court orders 1 settle with me." oinces-ixu. hB to t is central mlor- Thc application forms wore in Km announced today bj Local their third printing, hut neither lhc consutner affairs depart-, were figures on how .....municipalities and private com- many had been picked up or nunieipalities and pi In a news release, the depart- rimms distributed to ir.anpau'er oil ices. ;nenl u a T j Program adm.n.s ra tors i A would pay particular attention of ordimu.y textile _B, of being put into to dislributms the d c''a I that burns faster than :i.5 sec-. cffcct firanls and other employment onds _pravi'le at leas: :il) man- assistance evenly am fa.r.y of across, tie cour.'.ix. tin spokos- j must nol burn -Be designed to contribute to man said. NO ALLOCATIONS JIAIJK But, no allocations for expendi- ture have been made for anj region or province. Largo advertisements calling for applications started appear- in newspapers across the (aster than four seconds. Slate- community betterment: rial for children's nighlwcar: _BC ol a basically non-profit and bedding must lake at least nature: seven seconds to burn. manpower centres in The regulations are designed i hiring workers, to keep the most flammable j NKED PROVIXCIAI, OK products off the market, the de-1 Applications by mun.cipalmes SAM McLAUGHUN GM's CENTENARIAN CHAIRMAN When Sam Mclaughlin talks about cars, ha goes back o long way. Back to the successful carriage firm his father founded. And to his own Mclaughlin cor that eventually brought General Motors lo Canada. Now in PIS 101st yeor, Col. R. 5 Mc- laughlin, chairman of General Motors Of Canada, tells all about My First Century On Wheels, this Saturday. IN YOUR tETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE mum of Slim for average weekly i salaries the project. Many of the characteristics of LIP seem to reflect government experience earlier this year with its Opportunities for Youth program. That program was criticized for giving an advan- tage to metropolitan centres. Provincial governments also criticized certain youth pro- jects, but appear to be satisfied with their role in Ihe winter works program. .MAYOK DKAI'IOAC Shoves guard Vera Bowling wins honor pilots LONDON (CPi A Canadian woman is to receive an award for outstanding service to avia- tion from Britain's Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators. i which is headed by Prince. Philip. She is British-born Vera Dow- i ling of Edmonton, a wartime test pilot and ferry pilot who i later qualified as a flying in- structor Since settling in Can- ada in she has taught flying in Alberta, relinquishing i her instructor's post at Edmon- ton last year after an automo- bile accirient. Mrs. who started flying in now teaches in a ground aviation school at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. The annual presentation of the guild's trophies lakes place in London Nov. 25. Organizers do not yet know whether Mrs. Dow-ling will be able lo receive her award of merit in person. GOLDEN You give it all you've got. Molson Golden gives you all the good, smooth taste you deserve. It's the beer everyone enjoys. So get. together...for a Molson Golden. you've earned it! SIMPSONS-SEARS Onh RIDE OUR MUSTANG! Any little boy or girl mould get a big thrill out of riding our sp'ing-action rocking horsr. Authentically detailed moulded polyethylene body suspended on heavy coil springs. Tubular sled frame with floor protectors, a feo'ure mom should Icve. Horse has reins and a saddle. 24 long, 22' high. Magnus 12 Chord Organ Junior Size Spring Horse ONLY 54.98 ONtY 2.98 size keys and 12 cord buttons Battling Top SSP Dra Race Set 5c! includes 1 racing QO rn.h-trV' 1 9 QQ S J flying-finish gate and drag- J. J snag chute. Plastic Giant Tractor-Trailer Sure-Shot Hockey Game hoclcy Ids vou shoo! block, _ _ QQ Tractor has sturdy polye'hytenc V O ad traction indoors cr Outdoor L Special-value outdoor set complete wii'h 30-light string, 30 bulbs in assort- ed colors (Choose from sparkle or glow bulbs) and a 9-foot extension cord "N'oina Outdooi- Liu'l (larillon Outdoor 4.19 'Free Stands 2.49 STORE HOURS, Onon Roily 9 ci.m lo 5.30 p.m. Wctlncsrlciy 9 c, m. 10 1530 pi Tlunsdciy ciiul Fiicloy 9 o.m to 9 p.m. Crnhr- Tnlcphonr 328-9231 ;