Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

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

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) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TH( inHlRIDG! HERALD Thundoy. October 19 1972 Fanner may move grain to feed his own cattle OTTAWA (CPi A farmer may grow grain in one Prairie province anil transport it to a second province to feed his own catllc. the Supreme Court of Canada said today. In a 4-to-l judgment, court ruled that the Canadian Doard Act docs nol pro- hibit such transactions. The court majority raid Hie act is concerned only with the regulation ot trade and com- merce in its provisions barring inlet provincial movement of grain wilhoul a bomxk licence. In the case before it, said the high cowl, there was no trad- ing in grain and no commercial transaction. The fanner in question dealt with his own grain and did not deal with anyone else, the court said. Ttie issue arose when Silas floyd Sonimervillc, who has u (iinn in the district of Mani- toba, in Saskatchewan, was charged witti an offence under the act when he transported aa> bushels of grain from his farm to a feed- mill in Medicine Hat and from I here lo cattle farms operated by himself and Ills father at Lcthbridgc and Coaldale, Alia. Mixed Bag Radio Noon's a mixed bag. Open it al 12 and you'll hear 120 minulesol good listening as co-hosts John MacLeod and Morris BicR serve up a total fnformation mix for rancher, townsman, i and housewife. Grain prices, market reports, live- etocV rvcwa, road conditions, wealher forecasls, special lealures... there's something lor everyone on Radio Noon. Open CBFVs mixed bag every week- day at 12. You'll like whal you hear. Radio Noon CBB1010 Your GBCradio network station itt southern Alberta. fo I hi like are SPLITTING THE VOTE Arl Davis and his wife, Barbara, can't agree ori a candidate the Ocl. 30 federal election in their Edmonton riding. So ho pul up a big sign for candidale of his choice and she put up one for hers. The "For Sale7' sign looks i polilfcs have broken up their home but Art and Barbara and their nine children onlv Ipllinn wnnt tn mnu a trtnollior punni.5 nave pruKuri up ineir nume DU i ana oar are only selling because ihey want to mov 23-year-old feud ends IUO DE JANEIRO (AP> wealthy Brazilians sign- ed a treaty lo end a 23-year-old vcn- dcUa tiiat lias taken 10 lives in northeast Brazil. Jose Aires de Alencar and Jose Sarnpaio signed Hie pact in the presence of an army representative, Lt.-Col, Ivo Barbosa. The army inter- vened oiler pacification ef- forts by police and the slate governor failed. The feud between the Alcti- car and Sampaio families be- gan in 1949 in EXLI, n little town of than people in Hie interior of Pcrnamlmco state. Jose Aires de Alcnc-ar slioL and killed Rnmao Sam- paio Filho, a member ol a ri- val political parly, Within hours, Sampaio's son Aristidcs, with Llic help ot a friend, killed Jose Aires' fa- ther. Through Lhc years the fam- ily war raged. H became in- creasingly difficult lo deter- mine who should he killed in revenge for whose death be- cause both families also look on hired gimmen. Tn desperation, .after two lured gunmen killed a Sam- paio May 5, Iho governor of Hernambuco fired Exu's en- tire police force and sent a contingent of stale police into the town. takes pleasure in announcing TV HIGHLIGHTS SPOKT: World gcries, G ], Cli. 7. A game is scheduled J (lie Wculhcrman permits. Watch Tim Herald's Sports Pages (or latest, information. COMKUY: George, 7 p.m., Cli. 13. Jim's rich sisler plans 10 return to New York and George is included ill her plans. SPECIAL: Wednesday NigliL Out. ji.m., Ch. 13. Three couples in a middle-class suburban community get lo gelher every Wednesday night for "Ihomatic parties." MOVIE TIIKIIXKH: "Torture S p.m., Cli. 1H. An eiiterlaming quartet of horror stories starring Jack Pal- ance aud Burgess Meredith. MOVIE DHAMA: 0 p.m., Cli. 7. A cliarac- ler sludy of a lias-bccn football college coach trying to a comeback. VARIETY: George KJrby, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. Special guesls tonight arc nines, nines and Dad. COA1EUY: aiiiiicle, p.m., Ch. 7. Waller has a new dilapidated ghetto Maudo tries lo get him to get rid of it. REPORT: Here Conic Tlic 70s, p.m., Cli. 13. An exnmijialion or future transportation and the possible ban ol cars on highways in the year 2000, MOVIE J1ELODHAMA: "Niglit a.m., Ch. 7. A story set in 18lli century England about the ap- pearance of ghostly marsh phantoms which hinder llic in- vestigation ot a smuggling ring. FRIDAY MOVIH J1YSTERY: I p.m.. Cli. 13. A scl- en'.ist and a detective work together lo uncover Ihe mysler- ious disappearance of a dead girl. To All Crowsnest Pass Area Listeners -THE NEW RADIO VOICE OF PASS RADIO OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONIES AT CJPR STUDIOS ON THE AIR Tomorrow, FrL, Oct. 20 at 5 p.m. a.m. Vogt Show Phone Bill Vogl Show Mathcion Elliott Show Walker Shaw Joan 4.00 Thyi Show Walerfield Jim Walker Show Vogt Midnight Slan Bailey 4-OO Thys Hegland Show Walker "Top CSorlei Hegland Parioni Brown Show NEWS ON THE Memoriei a.m. p.m Major News local evenings John Charles and a.m. p.m. Bnifey programs oF interest. IN THE CROWSNEST PASS AREA TUNE TO ON YOUR DIAL 9IRT "Something To Crow About" PLAY THE "MONEY GAME" 5 TIMES DAILY MONDAY TO FRIDAY ON CJPR 1490 CROWSNEST PASS RADIO AND CJOC 1220 LETHBRIDGE ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Prayrami lined by Hie radio and televliton Any variation In pragram l> due to lait- mlnule changes by 1ho rtalieni and It not the reipcm- tlblllly of the Herald or Anglo Distributer! Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Doug Marvin: Contemporary CJOC with Bill Skellon, Rod Whill, Bill Malheson Brent Seely and Dan Maclean Farm and Doug Card THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Prcto 1330 PraLe 1320 Jim Flfiol Nev.S, Wlhr, Sporl al 4-CiO CBC Ntv.s News and Gralr> John Walker Stcrl Prices 3'DO John Charles Joan John Walker Barry Hegland ProM 1320 Jim Elliol CHEC m News, Sporls Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Bob Ccncic Don Hcdm M Den MciV.asier Den MdcWailer CBR -A- Radio 1010 Calgary Prairie Chambei CDC Winnipeg THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News NBAS VJcrld at As II Happeni News, VJInr, bparls World From Ihp Eye FIVE Nights a This C Radio Hoon Schools J-.30 Wax Ferguson 3.03 BoQ Kcrr Xome Run News News Hree Time Political See it il's new ANGLO' CRF 150 SONY 13 BAND RECEIVER marine, ihorlwavc, mndium wave, and long wave. Operates on ho us a current. "D" balleriei and boal ballery. Rolary slide dial. 45MH2 MHZ in 9 16 Ibs. 5 01. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fflioloyiapliic 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" 5.00 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cublevlsion Ch. 6) Marine Boy Pink Paniner 1.00 Trulh cr Consequc-nr.ei :30 Klara's THURSDAY NIGHT Crea Deal FRIDAY Sup Horccs World Scriei 'Aoss on 1he Wcvif and F-arr Pir Me Pads tf.r. Dresiup Albcrla Schoalj ID.jQ friendtv Giant Chci Hclcnc Jwn 3.00 Hollywood Square-, Ed Arian Shovr 3 00 Tdke 30 Tdqe D( NlgM F.irnily Drop In Let's a Deal Crwsrire CFCN-TV Lclhbrldg3 Channel 13 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) THURSDAY fllGHT 4.00 Anylhing You Can Do Star TreK Paul Lynde fc) Ll'e I NCAS Pierre Ocrlcn >a.OOMcrv Grilfin Ueat the Clock rKIDAY Buckshot Gc gc Night Oul Gjinfnr 6.00 Universi Romper Canada Yoga (c Commun Cflrenrfa OS Fashions Jigsaw Someriel 3'00 Anolhcr 3.30 Whal'4 the C.w Word? You 1 Can Do if.} Day KRTV Fafls Channel 3 (CablevisTon Ch. 9J THURSDAY NIGHT ;W Hews :33 Scries 9 00 Dear NCVJI lonii Saluln As thi World Tcday Show tc) Hews (C) Today In M.rmlana The Doctori (c) Price is RIghl (c) Anolher sn'o cl Century Secret Slorm '-JO Squnrti Mike Douglas (c) (c) Fdrrlly Affair Who, Wheri JoVicrs KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Coblcvision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT Nev.-i tc) A. 00 News Trulh or Corsequencei Squad B: 00 The Owen TV-S ller.s ID'30 W.ovif: Ttrrcr of d [frtii FRIDAY S.2S Farm Ncwi J (c) Kangaroo NTAI (c) General Hospital Audrey Days Or Our Live! Gnllcpir.g Gourmet Dinah'A Place Hcjrt Is 3 Oo Three on a Match Nci-.'s ualing Game tc) 10 30 Sc.irih J 5rccnd i 3J tj All IP.y fhiltlrcn 11 JO Lcl'l a, Dsfll J.31 ;