Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 12

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: 78

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 (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta S2 - THE IPTHBRiDGE HERALD - Safurday^ Ottobsp 17, 1970. HEADS CHF - A. D. Atkins of Calgary is the new president of tiie Canadian Heart Foundation. FEELING FtNE BR.'\NJICA, Yugoslavia CAP) - In 1910, wlien he was 32, Mil-eta Vujic was r.etired from the poUce and given a life pension because of a serious lung ill-nos. He's 94 now, feeling fine. Anti-Pollution Ideas Advanced EDMONTON (CP) - Research scientist Bill Kerr of CaJgary has suggested that industry slow down production to reduce pollution. He told a pollution teach-in at the University of Alberta that the root of the pollution problem must be reached instead of just treating symptoms. Dr. Kerr, president of the Scoeity for Pollution and Environmental Control, said traffic engineers should try to reduce air pollution be replacing cars with "a good bus system." Labor imion officials should "attempt to cm-b workers' excesses a bit" by fighting for a shorter work week so workers don't produce so much and want so much. Oil companies should b-y to slow consumption of petroleum. Producers of electric power could start a campaign to have people tiu-n out thier lights when they're not using them IHAILER SPECIAL STREAMLINE COUNTESS 26 FT. TANDEM TRAILER Complfitely self conlaines"_wali to wall tor-pelccl. Complete with hitch and sway bar. SPECIAL ............................. $4500 TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE "HOME OF SKYLARK TRAILERS AND CAMPERS" Located at General Farm Supplies COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 "or at least don't encourage the consumption of electricity." Another way of meeting the problem, Dr. Kerr said, is to approach "zero population and economic growtli." Elimination of family allowances would be one way of discouraging population growth. George Brown, an engineer for Northwestern Utilities Ltd., said people must decide how th.ey want io live. Mass production was the only way to meet the mass demand necessary "to live in the manner we have come to expect." "Unfortunately, in the manufacturing industi7 there are many waste products." SHELL OBJECTS M. D. Winning, co-ordinator of environmental control for Shell Canada Ltd. exploration and production department, objected to allegations that industry is doing nothing to reduce pollution. He said Shell, for example, takes water for a southern Alberta gas plant from one creek and returns it to another creek in purer form than when it entered the plant. MISSING FISH MILAN, Tenn. (AP) - Someone has rustled 75 head of L. D. Holt's stock. Holt said he checked an isolated area of his farm recently and discovered someone had run off with all the catfish he stocked in a pond two years ago. Arab Minister Blames U.S. For Midecist State Of War UNITED NATIONS (AP) -Foreign Minister Mahmoud Riad of Egypt said Friday "the United States bears squarely the responsibihty for the continuation of the state of war in the Middle East." In a policy speech before the 25th anniversary session of the United Nations General Assem- Rentalsman Appointment Scheduled WINNIPEG (CP) - Manitoba's first rentalsman will be appointed soon, Ck)nsumer Affairs Minister Ben Hanuschak said here. He said tlie appomtment could come within the next week and it is expected the first rentalsman would serve the Winnipeg area. The office of rentalsman, a kind of tenants ombudsman, was allowed by amendments to the Landlord and Tenant Act passed at the last session of the legislature. The legislation calls for creation of several rentalsmen in various areas of the province, each with the power to mediate disputes between landlords and tenants. Initially, disputes would bo heard by a rent review board - also to be established - with the rentakman making the final decisions. NEED A SCAFFOLD? CALL 328-8896 We Also Rent . . .  CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT  PUMPS  HEATERS-ALL TYPES  WELDERS  AIR COMPRESSORS  COMPACTION EQUIPMENT  TROWELS ETC., ETC. MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1422 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8896 bly, the Egyptian minister said the U.S. had removed itself as a possible peace-maker by its military aid to Israel. "This role," he added, "calls for an impartial and even-handed policy." Riad, in his first speech here since the death of President Gamal Abdel Nasser, lashed out at Israel as an aggressor but much of his attack was directed at the U.S. He said the U.S. had taksn the initiative last June in setting up peace talks under the direction of UN mediator Gunnar V. Jarring, but had imder "Zionist pressure" joined Israel in killing the talk. He specifically accused the U.S. of encouraging Israel's alleged aggression by backing its demands for the withdrawal of Egyptian missOes said to have been shifted in the Suez ceasefire area after the Aug. 7 standstill agreement. "We explained to the United States that we had not introduced any new missiles in the Suez canal region, nor did we set up new positions. We did, however, use concrete instead of sandbags to protect some of the existing positions." City Workers Study Garbage In Europe EDMONTON (CP) - Three city employees are studying garbage in Europe. C. Z. Monaghan. superuiten-dent of water and sanitation, Pat Dimcan, chief sanitation engineer, and Bob Dilke, wastes engineer, are studying landfall methods, incineration-power generation and waste recycling on a tour that includes Eastern Canada, the United States, London and Paris. Aid. Cec Purves asked Utilities Commis s i o n e r Stan Hampton for a full report on the employees' activities. Crossword - By a. Cntty Dowm HISTORICAL SLOGANS ACROSS 1 Acid for a "trip." 4 Arabian garment. 7- Peron. 10BloclA J SAVE TO 2.86 LADIES' BEDROOM SLIPPER CLEARANCE Assorted styles and colors. Sizes 4 to 9. Reg. Wooico Price to 3.97 SALE 751.50 SAVE 2.95 LADIES' AFTER-SKI JACKETS Orion pile jackets with fur trimmed hood, embroidered border trim. Quilted lining. Navy, Gold, Red, Green. Sizes S.M.L. Reg. Wooico 1 il QQ Price 17.83. SALE 14.00 SAVE 8.83 TEENS' AFTER-SKI JACKETS Long hair stripe mink design. 2 large patch pockets, vistrom belt. Silver only. Reg. Wooico i^OC Price 33.83. SALE �{>X3 JEWELLERY DEPT. GLASS VASES Made in Spain. Beautifully trimmed with glass trims. Green, Blue, Gold, Q no Aqua. VoWV SAVE 1.10 MEN'S HOCKEY SWEATERS Blue/White, Green/White, Red/White, Gold/Black. Sizes S.M.L. Reg. Wooico Price 5.97, SALE 4.87 BATTLING TOPS A real championship game for four people. Reg. Wooico O >l�. Price 2.98. SALE Z.40 FROM THE SMOKE SHOP SAVE .92 INFLATABLE WHISKY BOTTLES Reg. Wooico A 77 Price 3.69. SALeZ.// SAVE ,77 LANTERN CANDLES Brighten up your home with lantern candles in Colonial Rose and modern styles. Reg. Wooico Old Price 2.96. SALE I t SAVE $2 CREATIVE MOSAIC STITCHERY AND EMBROIDERY KITS Kit includes everything required to complete beautifully designed pillov/5. Easy to do. Reg, Wooico Price 5.98 and 6.98 6,88 SAVE 3.09 MEN'S WOOL AND MOHAIR' CARDIGANS Fully washable. Raglan sleeves, six button front. Red, Beige, Blue, Green. Sizes 5.M.L.XL. Reg. Wooico Price 9.97. SALE SAVE 2.09 MEN'S PULLOVERS Washable in lukewarm water. Sleeveless, V-neck styles. Grey, Brass, Gold, Green, ISlavy. Sizes S.M.L. Reg. Wooico o 4 Price 5.97. Oti SUIT COAT HANGERS Keep clothes neat. Satin hardwood finish, triple chrome plat�d metal parts. Reg. Wooico Price .89 sale 2 ,0, 1,27 MONDAY 3 P.M. TIME SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) DARE'S GRANNIE COOKIES Mode with curronts, IS-ouncs pack- Reg. Wooico rn Price .69 SALE ,>,\ OP^n Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m SAVE 1.12 TO 1.99 ASSORTED PLANTERS Choose from a variety of gothic or contemporary styled planters. Reg. Wooico Price 4.47 to 7.97 SALE 3.355.98 LICORICE TREATS 20-5c treats per package. Makes a great treat for Halloween. Reg, Wooico "�| Price .89. SALE �,/ 1 GREAT SAVINGS TUESDAY 10 A.M. TIME SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) FROM THE SPORTING GOODS DEPT. SAVE $13 TO $20 SKI BOOTS and SKIS leather buckle boots. Swallow Wood skis-White streak and Alpine Reg. Wooico Price 39.97 to 59.97 sale 26.97 ,, 39.97 , p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; /j � Colb^e Shopping Mali 2025 Mayor Mdgrath Drive ;