Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

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: 32

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) - October 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. October H. 1t74 THI LETHPHIDOe HERALD-3 Calgary writer protecting identities of gold owners JCALGARY (CP) A Calgary financial and energy writer involved in the seizure by police of foreign-owned gold here says federal tax of- ficial? will have to break-open "several hundred safety deposit boxes" if they want to find the names of the owners of the gold. C. V. Myers, author of a newsletter published by the Swiss Inter Publishing Com- pany, said in an interview the keys to the safety deposit box- es have been sent to the publishing Company in Switzerland. Mr. Myers said the action was taken to protect the iden- tity of the owners of the gold. Tax officers and RCMP con- stables raided Mr. Myers home and the offices of his lawyer and accountant last month and seized records and gold involved in the purchase by American citizens of gold. The gold was to have been held in a bank here in the names of the American owners, who are forbidden by U.S. law from owning gold anywhere in the world. Mr. Myers later charged the federal tax authorities were attempting to find out the names of the owners of the gold at the request of American tax officials. M. J. Bradshaw, assistant director of the department of national revenue special investigation division in Ot- tawa, said in a telephone interview the investigation was not conducted at the re- quest of the Americans, but he said any information obtained in the investigation would be given to the U.S. authorities if it involved American citizens. Mr. Bradshaw's comments were the first by any Canadian government official in connec- tion with the raids. It was the first public admission that the gold was, in fact, seized by the government. Mr. Myers said the Swiss company asked that the keys be sent to its head office in Switzerland so that Canadian tax officials would not be able to open the safety deposit box- es, which Mr. Myers earlier said contained millions of dollars in gold. Earlier this week the writer described the Bank of Nova Scotia branch where the gold is kept as a "tiny Fort The gold was seized Sept. 30 under court order but there have been no charges laid as a result of the raids and seizures. Elegant Alberta offices open in London townhouse LONDON (CP) A reno- vated Alberta Hquse, located in an elegant 18th-century townhouse and certainly the most modish and glamorous of all the Canadian provincial offices in London, was of- ficially opened Thursday night. Situated in the fashionable Mayfair district, the graceful six-storey, 200-year-old building has recently been redone from top to bottom, its red-brick exterior scrubbed and the interior; redecorated in deep, chocolate-and oatmeal-colored carpets, vivid draperies and hung with some 300 pieces of Alberta artwork and handicrafts. While a steady stream of in- vited guests climbed through the tall, narrow-building and Calgary workers seek pact change CALGARY (CP) City and union officials will meet today to discuss a demand by Calgary's outside workers for a per hour cost of living adjustment in an existing contract following a demonstration by about workers at city hall Thursday. Mayor Rod Sykes, who won a narrow re-election victory only 12 hours before the mid- day demonstration, told the workers that, while he would not promise they would get the raise he Would meet with their representatives to dis- cuss reopening of the contract. The outside workers, represented by Local 37 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees left their jobs at the lunch hour to stage the noisy demonstration on the steps of city hall. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H L Pre.' Lethbridge......66 36 Pincher Creek... 72 46 Medicine Hat 64 41 Edmonton ......52 38 Grande Prairie 49 42 .04 Banff...........65 45 Calgary......... 59 39 Victoria........62 44 Penticton....... 69 37 'Prince'George ..50 47 .36 Kamloops.......61 38 Vancouver..... 55 52 .38 Saskatoon.......58 39 Regina.........59 39 Winnipeg.......45-21 Toronto.........59- Ottawa 52 Montreal .......51 St. John's.......48 Halifax.........48 Charlottetown 46 Fredericton.....42 Chicago 60 New York......65 Miami..........85 Los Angeles.....94 Las Vegas......80 Phoenix ........95 Honolulu........ 81 Mexico City.....70 20 23 .37 24 .15 42 1.51 .01 39 38 .03 44 .01 42 71 63 61 63 60 54 FORECAST: Lethbridge, Medicine Hat Regions Today: Sunny. Highs about 70. Lows tonight 35 to 40. Saturday: Cloudy periods. Highs about 70. Calgary Regions Mostly sunny today. Highs about 65. Lows tonight 30 to 35. Satur- day: Mostly cloudy with a few showers. Highs near 60. Columbia Kootenay Regions Today and Satur- day sunny except for a few cloudy periods extreme northern Columbia area. Fog patches in some valleys in the morning. Highs both days near 70 in the Kootenays and in the 50s in the Columbia area. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Fair and mild today through Saturday. Highs both days 70 to 80. Lows tonight 40s except 35 to 45 southwest West of Continental Divide Fair today and Saturday with' warm afternoons and chilly nights. Highs both days 70s. Lows tonight 20s. KenPMHpe' HUNTERS SPECIAL Now is the perfect time for that camper, to enjoy those week- ends hunting in the foothills of Southern Alberta. 1974 SCAMPER CAMPER '2171 3 Jacks. KEN WANTS TO SAVE YOU SMI UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. "Serving you over a quarter Century" 302 3rd Ave. Sowfh Phone PORTS OF ENTRY opeatag aid dosbaj times: Camay 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Chief Mountain, dosed; Contts open 24 boon; Del Bonita 9a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate cwen 24 boors; Porthfll- Rykerts 7 a.m, to 2 a.m.; RoosenDe 8 a.m. to midnight (Times in Mountain Daylight The union is upset over the effects of inflation on workers under the contract, which has about one year left to run. When the contract was sign- ed the workers received -'a 20 per cent pay increase. Later Thursday, Sykes told a city hall news conference that he has halted surveillance work on the demonstration, and ordered city solicitor Brian Scott not to use investigators to "intimidate" union workers by taking their photographs during demonstrations. Mayor Sykes said he ordered the solicitor turn over all the photographs taken earlier of the demonstration, and said most will destroyed. Only a few showing the size of the crowd from a distance will be kept for city files. Preliminary inquiry opens into killing MEDICINE HAT (CP) Two men and a woman, all of Ontario, appeared in court here today in a preliminary hearing into the death of a young service station atten- dant Aug.. 22. Richard Joseph Denomee, 22, of Brampton, Charles Parker, 19, of Pembroke, and Catherine Smith, 21, of Sud- bury, were charged with non- capital murder in the death of Peter Van Eerde, 17. The three were hitch-hiking at this southeastern Alberta community on the night the youth was killed. The hearing continues. i The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN EN6INE Centre CUSTOM ENGINE ft PARTS LTD IMS-3rd Avenue TIME TO STOCK UP! SOCKEYE SALMON Sea Trader, oz. net wt. tin EACH looked over the spectacular furnishings and- color-com- binations, Agent-General Herb Pickering was more interested in the business side of the 'new Alberta House. In deciding to up-grade Al- berta 's official presence abroad "we decided London was The international city as far.as we are although he and'other Alberta House representatives also make regular business trips to the continent. VARIETY OF INTERESTS Basically, Alberta is inter- ested in industrial develop- ment and investment, par- ticularly in the petrochemical field; in attracting tourists to Alberta and.in selecting skill- ed labor from Britain. Alberta first had an agent- general here in 1925, but the position lapsed, in 1931, until 1948 when R. A. McMullen assumed the post in the pre- sent quarters. In the> early 1970s, the Alberta government was un- decided whether to close, down 'the operation or up-grade it in a big way. As a result of a study made by Pickering, it was de- cided to expand into the pre- sent renovated buildings., Offices are located in the bottom three floors, with quarters above for Pickering and his wife afid their children, Rosemary, 9, and David, 8. "Every rdom looks like a page from a Beautiful-Homes gushed one lady guest. Pickering said he did not know-' the total cost of the renovation, with expenses be- ing divided up among tourist, industry and other departments. "STRENGTHEN TIES" ..Don Getty, Alberta's minister of federal and inter- governmental affairs, said the opening of the new Alberta House "signifies the objective of the Alberta government to strengthen and expand social, cultural, economic and com- mercial ties between Alberta, the" United Kingdom and .Continental Europe." PURE JAM Argood Strawberry 24 fl. oz. tin EACH SPAGHETTI Taste Tells in Tomato Sauce, 14 fl. oz. tin CREAMED CORN Town House Canada Fancy, 14 fl. oz. tin FRUIT JUICE Town House Orange Swwt or Unsweetened Pur. from Cone., 48 fl. oz. tin ICE CREAM Snow Star Assorted Flavours, 6 pint i Flavours, 6 pint carton Air Sliced Canada Fancy Frozen, 15 oz. net wt pkg. WHITE FLOUR Harvest Blossom All Purpose, 20 Ib. bag...... POWDER Lucerne Instant Skim, Canada First Grade. 5 Ib. net wt bag Serve Tasty Town House Soups! VEGETABLE or TOMATO Condensed 10 fl.oz. tin Just right on Chilly Fall Days. HMPEFMHT Florida Red or White, Size 4Vs ORANGES Mexican Grown, 5 Ib. bag APPLES B.C.Canada Fry, 4 Ib. cello bag PORK CHOPS Government Inspected Family Pak Testae Brand Cut Up Frozen, Ib. TIP ROAST Boneless Canada Grade A Beef, Ib. SALES IN RETAIL QUANTITY ONLY! 1 Copyright 1960, Canada Safaway Umftad ;