Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

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


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 _ THE UTHBRIOGE HERAID _ Thunddy, 14, 1972 AMERICAN MOTO SHOW STARTS TONITE THE ALL NEW HORNET HATCHBACK AMBASSADOR 1973 1973 MATADOR STATION WAGON 1973 STATION WAGON 1973 GREMLIN 1973 HORNET 1973 MATADOR 1973 ON THE SPOT APPRAISALS, TRADE IN VALUES WERE NEVER HIGHER FREE HOT DOGS and ROOT BEER courtesy of A W YOU CAN DRIVE THESE 73 CARS FOR 12 MONTHS OR MIUS AND IF ANYTHING GOES WRONG AND IT'S OUR FAULT IT WILL BE FIXED g1 fiCiSEi New for 247000 mile 100% guarantee ,tU SEE THE EXCITING NEW JEEP FOR 73. WE HAVE ONLY 4, 1972 AM CARS AT GREAT SAVINGS TO YOU AMBASSADOR BROUGHAM Fully equipped MATADOR 2-DR. HARDTOP Fully equipped MATADOR Six cylinder Automatic JAVELIN Fully equipped Israel plans long-term campaign to forestall terrorist attacks JERUSALEM (Renter) Is- rael is planning a long-term campaign on a broad front, possibly on foreign soil, to for- estall spectacular new Palestin- ian Arab terrorist attacks which it expects to be launched in Europe and elsewhere. Informed Israeli -sources said Wednesday a decision to step up anti-guerrilla tactics was one of the first conclusions reached after last week's Mun- ich massacre of 11 Israeli Ol- ympians by the Palestinian Black September organization. They said Israel expacts the guerrillas to try to launch other spectacular anti-Israeli attacks, such as kidnapping diplomats or children and blowing up ships, in Europe and possibly in the Americas. They added: "The month of September is not yet over and they want to show that they are stili active on the battlefield." MOHJ3 ACTIVE The sources said Israel prob- ably would ba more active in tracking guerrillas in European countries, but only after a deci- sion at cabinet level and' in such a way as not to irritate foreign governments. They said defensive measures to protect Israeli lives and property abroad would also be stepped up. The sources declined to give any details of possible Israel counter-moves but Israeli ob- servers said several roads are open to the country's security forces. They could work in co-oper- tion with the national forces of arious countries, tracking own and infiltrating guerrilla They could also act on their wn and some observers specu- aled that such acton could in- itde the elimination of known errorists in Euvope or else- Acre. The observers said Israel's bility to deal with its enemies i unconventional ways bad een amply proved in the past, 'hey cited the example of Nazi far criminal Adolf Eichmann 'ho was spirited out of Arpen- na, where he was in hiding under a false identity, for trial nd execution in Israel. The ease with which the uerrillas were able to enter "SERVING THE SOUTH FOR OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY" UNITED MOTORS Co. Corner 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 327-1418 OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 P.M. he Israeli Olympic team's quarters In Munich apparently showed that security measures ind only Iwen half-heartedly enforced. HAD WARNING Tho sources Bald: "On Mun- ich bolli wo and the Germans liad enough advance warning so I hat it should not have hap- pened." The sources said Israel be- lieves the guerrillas were helped by Arab embassies in many European countries which had provided them with passports and helped them get in and out of the countries. Outlining Israel's assessment of the problem, the sources said: "We cannot rule out possible terrorist acls in South and North Americas where there are large Arab communities, but most of thci- organized activity is concentrated in Europe, for that is where they are really organized. "They have hundreds of people In Europe hard core of several dozen' who can always call on peop'e 'or any opavation, and the things they might do in the future Include the kidnapping of ambassadors and children and the blowing up of ships The sources said the Black September organization Is an integral part of Al Fatah, major guerrilla organization, and Is led by Al Fatah in- telligence chief Salah Halef (alias Abu 42. World co-operation urged on global conservation ills By GERRY SUTTON BANFF, Alta. (CP) Two Soviet Union officials said Wednesday that international co-operation must play a lead- ing role in solving a global problem conservation of na- ture. "The greater the number of participants, (he more fruitful will bs the said A. G. Bannikov and B. N. Bog- danov in a paper presented during the 12th technical ses- sion of the triennial convention of the International Union of the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. The Soviet Union, they said, Work stoppages affect OTTAWA (CP) There were strikes or lockouts in Can- ada during July, resulting in a loss of man-days, the labor department reported to- day. The work stoppages affected workers. Twenty-five o[ the stoppages involved 500 or more workers. In June the loss, through strikes or lockouts was man-days. Ontario was the scene of 35 of the stoppages. Quebec had 29 and British Columbia 17. eives paramount attention to i co-opsration with all interested slates, regarcVess of their so- i cial systems or the 1 e y e 1 of their economic, scientific and technical development. "Equal and diversified inter- national co operation is espe- cially important in solving long- term problems of conservation of which the'ultimate objective is to raise the living standards of mankind." Prof. Bannikov Is a member of the department of zoology at Moscow's Academy of Veter- inary Sciences and Mr. Bbgda- noy is with the Soviet Union's ministry of agriculture. PLANNING NEEDED Iri a summary of their paper, they said the main tool for maintaining a high-quality envi- ronment, is proper planning. This involves "the scientific prognosis of long term con- requences wluch human activ- ity may cause in the biosphere both at a national and global they said. "Of prime importance In solv- ing the problem of conserva- tion of nature is long term forecasts of changes in popula- tion numbers and "The population of the USSR by the year 2000 will be 320 mil- lion to 350 million persons, of which the urban population will account for 70 to 75 per cent, representing an increase of 100 million. Tlie national plan en- visages the reputation of the of great cities, the de- velopment of small ones, and the establishment of effective control of new settlements." Hanoi capable of continuing Vietnam war NEW YORK (AP) Two United States Intelligence agencies have concluded in re- cent reports that Hanoi Is ca- pable of fighting in South Viet nam "at the present rate" for the nest two years despite bombing of the North, the New York Times says. A Washington dispatch by Tad Szulc says, the separate but concurring reports were sub- mitted to the White House late last month by the Central In- telligence Agency and the De- fence Intelligence Agency. The newspaper says a high- ranking intelligence official, along with others interviewed this week, said, however, that if North Vietnam had not. been heavily forces could have doubled their operation; in tile South. Something for nothing. You don't often get something for nothing these days. But our personal directory is yours for free. The sizes are convenient. One for pocket, purse, another for telephone table or desk. Inside you'll find lots of room for names, addresses and phone numbers. There's even a special section where you can jot down the dates of Important occasions. Your personal directory will help you keep frequently used telephone numbers handy for quick reference. You can order yours now from your local AGT business office. Before the phone comes oil the hook IN HTHE SB ;