Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 25

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


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Widntldoy, Soptombsr 2, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKAID 25 Travelling Youth Budget Doubled OTTAWA (CP) The federal government's million ex- penditure on travel and ex- change programs through the secretary of state department may be doubled by next year, Robert SUmbury, minister with- out portfolio, said Tuesday. Mr. Stanbury told about 250 delegates at the opening of the National Youth Conference on Travel and Exchange that about travelling Canadians have been assisted by the department "to the tune of million and nex year my hope is to double that budget." "This summer we put our ar- mories across Canada to crea- tive use as youth hostels. When they revert to their normal use next we estimate that young travellers will have 'crashed1 in them. The minister responsible for QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. HI PHONE information and citizenship con- gratulated the delegates for tak- ing the initiative to come to the conference to hash out to- gether" the problems and chal- lenge of making travel as mean- ingful and available as possible for the greatest number of Ca- nadian young people. "This is a time of bewilder- ment, and prejudice, about young travellers by the thou- sands. For people who think of travel in terms of hotels, trail- ers, or even tents, it is naturally a bit baffling to see our peripa- tetic youth luxuriating on a beach, a bench or the City Hall steps. He said "modern man dis- trusts the unconventional travel- ler" and needs to be shown that he has nothing to fear and his attitudes can be changed. REDUCE WASTE A new kitchen appliance, in- troduced recently, can com- press a week's accumulation of trash and garbage for a family of four into a small disposable bag. THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE School of Continuing Education offers Housewife's Cleaning Course or Custodial Course Cleaning and Sanitation lectures sncJ demonstrations in oil aspects of cleaning nnd satisfaction, learn how to effectively cart for Iris home and office. Course covers: Floor Care and Maintenance Carpet Care and Maintenance Proper Care of Pointed and Wood Areas Cleaning and Sanitation of Food and Washroom Areas Time: Every afternoon starting Sept. IXth, 1970 from to p.m. Course ends Friday, September 18th, 1970 Fee: For further details or course registrations Telephone 327-2141 -Extension 228 X A I.HUWWWWBIU A MATTER OF PRIORITY The chow line rules have been understandably altered at the Gordon Schroeder home where Bonnie, the family pet basset, has learned the eq- uality demands of women's lib are sometimes left unpressed when Clyde, a pet skunk, decides to muscle in. Returns Home After Visit To Finland NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Mrs. Bertha Hothel recently' return- ed to her-home in the Elk Val- .ey after spending an eight- week visit with relativs and Wends in Finland and Norway. Five weeks were spent in Finland, including Kokhola, where she was met by 15 cous- from the town of Esse and surrounding district when first arriving in Finland. Many families were also visited in Jacobstad, Finland. Three weeks were also spent in Morway, visiting families in Oslo and Trondheim. Many old historic places were visited by Mrs. Eothel including the house where her mother was born over 100 years ago. This home has been lived in by members of the same family since the year 1745. The return trip was by plane, flying from Calgary to London, England via Air Canada and returning home via W e s t ern Arrow. Sign Pact To Build Big Oil Refinery ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Tho major construction agree- ment for a million oil refin- ery at Come-by-Chance, Nfld., was signed here at a cabinet meeting. The agreement was signed by Premier Joseph Smallwood, Lawrence McQuaid, president of Procon (Great Britain) Ltd., the company that will design and construct the refinery, and Homer While, president of New- foundland Refining Lid., the company that will operate the refinery. Mr. Smallwood told reporters he hopes three remaining sign- ings will be handled in England in about a week. In an unprecedented after the meeting, Lt.-Gov. John A. Harnum entered the cabinet chambers to sign into law legis- lation providing for construction of the refinery. The legislation was passed earlier this sum- mer. E ELBCTROHOME ALL 1970 STOCK MUST BE CLEARED TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE 1971 COLOR SETS. Check These Features Handwired Chassis Insta-Vu 0 Deilcraft Cabinets 6 Year Protection Plan Automatic Fine Tuning BUY YOUR COLOR SET NOW! 25" IOWBOY CARELTON Reg. 899.00 Special 25" CONSOLE BEWICK Reg. 869.00 Special 25" CONSOLE CARLISLE Reg. 770.00 Special 19" PORTABLE AND STAND Reg 599.00 Special 20" BLACK AND WHITE C1 QQ PORTABLE Reg. 219.00 Special 4> I O3 20" BLACK AND WHITE PORTABLE Reg. 259.95. Special ALL SETS SERVICED BY OUR TECHNICIANS FOR ONE YEAR. ACTIVE TV Trades Taken. BUY NOW and SAVE During our Clearance SERVICE OPEN 7 TO 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 1238 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 Termi Arranged, 3-Day Home Trial, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3- SHOT GUNS r IT 1400 159 CIL MODEL 607 SLIDE ACTION Reg. 92.50. SPECIAL WINCHESTER MODEL 1400 AUTOMATIC CQ.95 Reg. 216.95. SPECIAL SHOT GUN SHELLS 16 GAUGE ONLY .29 NOS. 4, 5, 6. SPECIAL, BOX...........------- IMPERIAL LONG RANGE BOX LADIES' SILVER HAWK Reg. 59.95. SPECIAL BOYS' SILVER HAWK STEREOS ROGERS MAJESTIC WITH RADIO, AUTOMATIC FREQUENCY CONTROL, FM MULTIPLEX Reg. 359.95. SPECIAL LUNCH KIT .SPECIAL REG. 4.29 ,67 TIGER EXPRESS WAGON n REG. .79 166 lWB SPECIAL, 5-EXERCISE SCRIBBLERS Reg. 79.95. SPECIAL 5-PCE. CHROME SUITE 54.95 SPECIAL! HOTEL-MOTEL MATTRESS SET FIRE-PROOF TICKING 99.95 SPECIAL, PER SET Chesterfield Chair 149.95 Reg. 229.95. SPECIAL SPANISH BEDROOM SUITE Reg. 319.W. SPECIAL ___ 239.95 DELUXE RECLINERS 99.95 Reg. 139.95. SPECIAL HEXAGON CRAYONS OUTSIDE Street S., lethbridge Open Thursday and Friday Until p.m. OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT OIL BASE GAL. WHITE LATEX GAL. ;