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  • Program On Alcoholism Deserves Top Priority
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 10 Nov 1971     Alcohol abuse ; Addiction ; Dependency ; Le Dain Drug Commission ; Statistics
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 10 Nov 1971   Alcohol abuse ; Addiction ; Dependency ; Le Dain Drug Commission ; Statistics
  • City Detox Centre To Open By Weekend
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 12 Oct 1971     Alcohol abuse ; Addiction ; Dependency ; Detoxification Centre ; Saul Laskin ; Jack Garland
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 12 Oct 1971   Alcohol abuse ; Addiction ; Dependency ; Detoxification Centre ; Saul Laskin ; Jack Garland
  • William McIlwain Acquitted! : Shows No Emotion
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 1     Murder trials ; 3 hours deliberation ; Youth acquitted ; Non-capital murder charge ; Not guilty ; Adelaide Young (Victim) ; William McIlwain (Acquitted)
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 1   Murder trials ; 3 hours deliberation ; Youth acquitted ; Non-capital murder charge ; Not guilty ; Adelaide Young (Victim) ; William McIlwain (Acquitted)
  • Masked gunmen pursued silently : loot finally thrown to them
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 14 Dec 1971, p. 1     Zellers County Fair ; Armed robbers ; Approached clerk ; Escaped with thousands of dollars ; Getaway car found ; Reported stolen ; No suspects ; Mrs. Albert Browning (Clerk) ; Photo
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 14 Dec 1971, p. 1   Zellers County Fair ; Armed robbers ; Approached clerk ; Escaped with thousands of dollars ; Getaway car found ; Reported stolen ; No suspects ; Mrs. Albert Browning (Clerk) ...
  • Guilty verdict returned by Fox trial jury - men
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 17 Dec 1971, p. 13     Three Montreal men ; Charged with robbery ; Found guilty ; Broke into home ; Masked and armed ; Tied up occupants ; Chloroformed ; Stole jewelry, weapons, cash ; Great Lakes Paper president ; C.J.W. (Warwick) Fox (Victim) ; Leona Fox (Victim) ; Jean Paul Tremblay (Charged) ; Francisco ...
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 17 Dec 1971, p. 13   Three Montreal men ; Charged with robbery ; Found guilty ; Broke into home ; Masked and armed ; Tied up occupants ; Chloroformed ; Stole jewelry, weapons, cash ; ...
  • Guilty plea entered in case of confinement, rape attempt
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 15 Nov 1971, p. 13     Girls hitch-hiking ; Separate incidents ; Held captive ; Unlawful confinement ; Attempted rape ; Tadeusz Krygier (Charged) ; Pleads guilty
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 15 Nov 1971, p. 13   Girls hitch-hiking ; Separate incidents ; Held captive ; Unlawful confinement ; Attempted rape ; Tadeusz Krygier (Charged) ; Pleads guilty
  • Chamber Fetes Harvey Johnson
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 Oct 1971     testimonial dinner ; in honor of Harvey Johnson ; 19 years Chamber of Commerce manager ; community worker ; past president Brien O'Brien gave address ; Harvey, news reporter for News-Chronicle ; photo
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 Oct 1971   testimonial dinner ; in honor of Harvey Johnson ; 19 years Chamber of Commerce manager ; community worker ; past president Brien O'Brien gave address ; Harvey, news reporter for ...
  • Government Presents Plaque To Mrs. Hurdon: 90 Years Old
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 4 Sep 1971     Mrs. Anna Belle Hurdon ; on behalf of Honorable William Davis, the Prime Minister, Government of Ontario ; presented by Dr. Charles Johnston ; Hurdon, residing in Dawson Court ; married Nicholas Dyer Freal Hurdon in 1902 ; born in United States ; met husband in Duluth, professional hockey player ...
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 4 Sep 1971   Mrs. Anna Belle Hurdon ; on behalf of Honorable William Davis, the Prime Minister, Government of Ontario ; presented by Dr. Charles Johnston ; Hurdon, residing in Dawson Court ; ...
  • Girl describes holdup attempt ; bullet just missed her
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 Oct 1971, p. 1     Attempted robbery ; Leppanen's Store ; Dawson Road ; Gunman demanded cash ; Till jammed ; Shot fired ; Clerk uninjured ; Suspect escaped ; Pat Armstrong (Clerk) ; Photos
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 Oct 1971, p. 1   Attempted robbery ; Leppanen's Store ; Dawson Road ; Gunman demanded cash ; Till jammed ; Shot fired ; Clerk uninjured ; Suspect escaped ; Pat Armstrong (Clerk) ; Photos
  • City council discusses budget of homes for aged
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 11 May 1971     budget determination for Homes for the Aged ; Committee chairman Alderman Edgar Laprade ; budget should be discussed at committee level before council ; Alderman Grace Remus ; Walter Assef ; Dan O'Gorman, administrator for Homes for the Aged ; report submitted on Grandview Lodge and Dawson Court ; W.J. ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 11 May 1971   budget determination for Homes for the Aged ; Committee chairman Alderman Edgar Laprade ; budget should be discussed at committee level before council ; Alderman Grace Remus ; Walter Assef ...
  • Kenneth MacAskill trial resumes in Thunder Bay
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 25 Mar 1971, p. 15     Breach of Trust ; Department of Public Works ; Lydia Lake Buildings ; Kenneth MacAskill ; John Danson
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 25 Mar 1971, p. 15   Breach of Trust ; Department of Public Works ; Lydia Lake Buildings ; Kenneth MacAskill ; John Danson
  • Eleven charged for picketing Tamblyn home
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3 May 1971, p. 9     Eleven students arrested ; Trespassing ; Picketing at L.U. President's home ; Lakehead University President ; W.G. Tamblyn ; 332 Selkirk Avenue ; Protesting ; Non-renewal of professor's contracts
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3 May 1971, p. 9   Eleven students arrested ; Trespassing ; Picketing at L.U. President's home ; Lakehead University President ; W.G. Tamblyn ; 332 Selkirk Avenue ; Protesting ; Non-renewal of professor's contracts
  • Criminal charges laid against LU presicent
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 13     Lakehead University president ; William G. Tamblyn ; Charged with obstruction of justice ; Did not appear in court ; 11 people trespassed ; On Tamblyn's property ; Canadian Liberation Movement ; Protesting expulsion of professor
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 13   Lakehead University president ; William G. Tamblyn ; Charged with obstruction of justice ; Did not appear in court ; 11 people trespassed ; On Tamblyn's property ; Canadian Liberation ...
  • Volunteers clean up vandalized school
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 13     Volunteers clean up ; Prospect School ; Vandalized ; $15,000 damages ; Other cases of vandalism reported ; Vance Chapman School ; Reward Shoes ; Cow Palace ; Victoria Avenue ; Thunder Bay Esso ; Cumberland Street
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 13   Volunteers clean up ; Prospect School ; Vandalized ; $15,000 damages ; Other cases of vandalism reported ; Vance Chapman School ; Reward Shoes ; Cow Palace ; Victoria Avenue ...
  • Girls injured in car mishap
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 13     Single vehicle accident ; Highway 800 at Expressway ; Two girls injured ; Susan Craig ; Suzanne Clements
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 13 Nov 1971, p. 13   Single vehicle accident ; Highway 800 at Expressway ; Two girls injured ; Susan Craig ; Suzanne Clements
  • Former Resident Named
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 25 Mar 1971     appointment of Thomas M. Bryson ; member of the National Harbors Board of Canada ; announced by transport minister Don Jamieson ; was executive assistant to C. D. Howe ; then minister of munitions and supply during second world war ; employed by government of Canada since 1930 ; born ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 25 Mar 1971   appointment of Thomas M. Bryson ; member of the National Harbors Board of Canada ; announced by transport minister Don Jamieson ; was executive assistant to C. D. Howe ; ...
  • IAPA Chairman Reports Increase In Accidents
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Mar 1971     R.W. Keegan ; Industrial Accident Prevention Association ; Statistics ; Photo
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Mar 1971   R.W. Keegan ; Industrial Accident Prevention Association ; Statistics ; Photo
  • IAPA Chairman reports Increase In Accidents
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Mar 1971     Industrial Accident Prevention Council ; R.W. Keegan ; Statistics ; Photo
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Mar 1971   Industrial Accident Prevention Council ; R.W. Keegan ; Statistics ; Photo
  • Traffic Toll In Thunder Bay Area Decreasing
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 16 Mar 1971     Motor Vehicle Accidents ; Statistics
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 16 Mar 1971   Motor Vehicle Accidents ; Statistics
  • Northwest Mining Pioneer Julian Cross Dies at 83
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 30 Dec 1971     Julian Gifford (Jule) Cross ; native son, legendary figure ; born Silver Islet 1888 ; attended Port Arthur Central School, Port Arthur Collegiate Institute ; graduate of Queen's University, 1913 ; degree in mining engineering ; financed university with silver found around old mine site ; served as professor of ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 30 Dec 1971   Julian Gifford (Jule) Cross ; native son, legendary figure ; born Silver Islet 1888 ; attended Port Arthur Central School, Port Arthur Collegiate Institute ; graduate of Queen's University, 1913 ...
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