Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 26

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: 26

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) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD SnlurHoy, September 19, 1970------------------------------------------- Jack Day Submits Resignation Financial Settlement Settles Issue EDMONTON (CP) S'us- p c n d e d Alberta film censor Jack Day lias submitted his res- ignation in exchange for a fi- nancial settlement from the provincial government. Mr. Day said in an interview that the government uttered for expenses dam- ages and back pay lo last De- cember when he was suspend- ed after his arrest on two mor- als charges. He earned between and a year. He was acquitted in July of charges of indecent assault on a female and incest and sinco then his lawyer, John Grctski of Edmonton, has been negoti- ating with (lie government for his reinstatement. Mr. Day said the government offer was delivered with a pre- pared resignation and he sign- ed it "not because I wanted to.' "I can't afford not to. I'm looking fcr a job. I have a fam- ily lo support." He said he hrs had to casli in his life insurance, borrow money, and sell some valuable books Lo live. Since his trial he lias been receiving a month welfare from the provinc i a 1 govern m c n t for himself, his wife and two children. The government's offer was contained in a letter from W. TALLEST IN CITY-Giant sleel skeleton has been com- pleted for the 30-storey Pacific Centre tower in downtown Vancouver. At 400 feet, it's the tallest structure in the city and is the first stage of a project. Other buildings shown by fish-eye view include the Hotel Van- couver, with roof spires at right centre. Team To Raise Titanic Includes Winnipeg; Youth i. c? WINNIPEG (CP) A third-year honors history stu- dent at the University of Win- nipeg will be part of an expe- dition to salvage the ill-fated luxury liner Titanic. Laura Nield, 19, will act as a recorder of events and pro- cedures during the salvage operation being undertaken by a team headed by Douglas Woolley ot Baldock, England. The Titanic sank 53 years ago when she struck an ice- berg on her maiden voyage. The ship went to the bottom about 95 miles south of the Grand Banks of New- Marshals Aii'horne ZURICH (AP) Security guards began service today aboard Swissair planes in an ef- fort to foil hijacking attempts, the airline announced. The marshals were picked from police volunteers who have received special training the last few days. Swissair has 26 jetliners flying international and domestic routes. A DC-8 was hijacked and blown up along with two foundland with a loss of lives. "This is such a departure from my normal way of said Miss Nield wlien in- formed that she had been cho- sen as part of the salvage team. The project, expected to cost about million, is sched- uled to begin this month. The recovery method in- volves attaching 200 plastic containers filled with salt water, to the hull by means of ropes which are capable of withstanding 50 tons of stress each. "The salt water in the con- tainers will be converted into hydrogen by running electric- ity through she said, "and the pressure of the gas should be sufficient to lift the ship which has a dead weight of tons. others on a Jordan airstrip last week. SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all lypes of zippers Repai.-s to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Next to Lcthbridne locker end Seafoods) University Grant Dips EDMONTON Uni- ersity of Alberta will get near- ly million less than expect- ed in provincial government grants because full-time enrol- ment is not as high as antici- pated. The university's budget was based on a projection of fulltime students but prelimin- ary totals show only about 500 full-time students. Final day for registration is Wednes- day. The provincial government grant to the province's three universities is for each full-time student enrolled as of Dec. 1. Dr. Max Wyman, university president, said he has asked for IB report on registration, which I he expects Monday. r i Benefit Shoes Ltd. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. M. McLain, solicitor for Uic at- torney general's department, to Mi-. Grotski. "The government is concern- ed with (he onslaught of publi- city in Ibis it read. "In the event that you are unable or unwilling lo comply with the conditions of tliis let- ter I must inform you that the government will not negotiate further with Mr. Day and that it will forthwith take steps lo dismiss Mr. Day." The settlement still must be approved by the cabinet which meets Tuesday. Mr. Day originally was charged with having sexual in- ercourse with Iwo girls under he aga of 14. These were with- drawn at a preliminary hear- ing in March and substituted with two counts of incest which were dismissed in court. The crown then laid two charges of indecent assault on a female, one of which was dis- missed. A new charge of incest was laid and the charges were heard in Alberta Supreme Court. Mr. Day's complaint has been that he should have been rein- stated or given another govern- ment job immediately after lie was acquitted. He was film censor for 3V2 years. He said he has been unable Lo find a job outside tbc gov- ernment because of his age. He s 47. His plans for the future arc uncertain, he said. Ho would consider running as a candidate in the next provincial election if asked, but he did not say for which party. He was suspend- ed by the Social Credit govern- ment. The Unitarian Church in Ed- monton, to which Mr. Day he- longs, was to meet Sunday to discuss plans to send a dele- gation to Premier Strom about the case. Film societies in Ed- monton, and Calgary, the Al- berta Civil Liberties Associa- tion and Progressive Conserva- tive MLA Dave Russell had de- manded that the government reinstate Mr. Day. Easing Up For Parolees CALGARY (CP) Prisoners on parole arc finding it easier to obtain jobs because of a dra- slic change in attitudes among employers, Grant Spiro, Cal- gary regional representative of Newspaper Hikes Price NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) The Columbian has in- creased its monthly delivery charge to 52 from News stand price remains at 10 cents for the daily newspaper. A spokesman cited increased costs for newsprint and labor and increased pay for carrier boys. It is the first increase since 1966. Uie National Parole Service, said here. Many Companies which, a few years ago, had written or unwritten policies against hir- ing convicted criminals are now willing "within limita- tions" to take them on, Mr. Spiro said in an interview. Part of the change, lie said, is because of the involvement ot employers in the community and thoir awarness o[ the growing crjme problem. "They arc taking a serious look at the problem and many of them are willing U> take a chance and provide facilities that arc not otherwise avail- able CATCHES DECItEASE VANCOUVER (CP) Hali- but catches by the Canadian and U.S. fishing fleets off tlie British Columbia coast de- creased to 15 million pounds for the market year cndng July 31, 1370 from 10.5 million pounds the previous year. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furnilure, Toys, Household CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. EATON'S WERIOR ONE-COAT LATEX Save 20% on Eatonia Paints Sale starts Monday Continues Til Saturday. Interior Satin Latex Paint Oil Base Semi-Gloss Paint Reg. 2.50 quart or 8.50 gallon. Easy to apply; quick drying; leaves o low-odour finish thal's easy to wash. Roller and brushes clean with water. E100 While El 21 Bone White E131 Gold E132 Chalel Blus E135 Oyster E1SO Pink Shell E151 Champagne Ivory E152 Lantern Yellow E153 Fountain Green E154 Aqua Frost Special, quart Sepcial, gallon 8-79 Reg. 2.50 quart or 8.50 gallon. Low lustre finish for kitchens, bathrooms, nursery, and woodwork trim. Flowi on easily, dries quickly. Colour-mated to satin latex. E500 While E521 Bone While E53I Gold E532 Chalel Blue E535 Oysler E550 Pink Shell E551 Champagne Ivory E552 lantern Yellow E553 Fountain Green ES54 Aqua Frost Special, quart j.99 gallon 6.79 Durable High Gloss Enamel Reg. 2.50 quart or 6.50 gallon. Gleaming lustrous finish for interior or exterior, kitchen and bathrooms, woodwork, cup- boards, outside furniture. 20) Ivory 212 Adobe Tan 202 Severn Green 214 Golden Brown 204 Orange 216 Cornflower 205 Baby Blue 217 Ultra While 206 Sunflower 220 Cardinal Red 207 Foresl Green 222 Gloss Black 210 Silver Grey 224 Flol Black 211 Baby Pink "Colours available in quarts only, white In quarts and gal- lons. Clear Gloss Protector Special, quart Special, gallon 6.79 Polyurethane Floor Enamel Reg. 2.95 quart or 9.95 gallon. Outlasls ordinary floor enamel 2 to 1. Highly abrasion-resislanl in o beautiful gloss finish. For use on wood or cement, inside or outside. Special, quart 1.35 2- 800 Tile Red 801 Tile Green 802 Flagslone (Dark Grey) 803 Pewter Grey 804 Fawn Beige Special, gallon '.95 Latex House Paint Deluxe Roller Kits Reg. 3.25 quart or 10.95 gallon. Ea- ronia Polyurethane clear gloss oul- lasls conventional varnish on inferior or exterior surface. Great for floors. furniture, panel walls, Special Gallon .75 Cj Reg. 2.50 quart or 8.50 gallon. Eatonia Exterior Lalex gives a flat finish that drins in 20 minutes. Resists blistering; easy to clean with soap and water. For wood, stucco, shingles. In white, box- wood green, Jamaica brown, charcoal, antique red, skyline grey, desert sand, silver fern, base coat. hundreds of custom tints. Special Quarl 1 Ga 6 Gallon Reg. 3.95. Teco Deluxe General Purpose roller !c i I s include Vi" pile, 100% Dynel cover, threaded plastic handle for latex, flalwall or semi-gloss finishes, 714" Kirs M9 its Spec. Exterior House Paint Clear Satin Finish Quart .99 dia chino yellow, Ealonia brown, brown, base coar. lorn tints. Special __, _ :mc coral, new turquoise, yellow, light grey, lagoon blue, Ionia brown, sliutter green, terrace brown, base coat. hundreds of cus- Gallon C.79 Reg. 3.25 quart or 10.95 gallon. Quick drying Ea Ionia Polyurethane Clear Sal in has semi-gloss rich finish. OuMasts con- ventional varnish on exlerior or interior surfaces, Special Quart (.59 2 Ga! 8' Gallon 3 i" ki 3 More Painting Buys! Ealonia Pure Bristle Brushes set in epoxy. Reg. .98 lo 3.98. Special......... to 3.19 Eatonia Super White Gloss and Satin Enamel. Reg, 3.25 quart or 10.95 gallon. Special Quart 2.59 Gallon 8.75 Eatonia Wood Slaini. Reg. 2.50 quart. High quality w slain for interior or exterior work- Special, Quarl 1. .99 Painis, Lower Floor Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to p.m. Buy Line 328-8811 ;