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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednewoy, Auguil tl, 1971 THE LETHBRIDOt HERALD 17 PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri. and Sat. Aug. 12, 13, 14 SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER GET PERSONALIZED SERVICEI BlILXinFOOD COFFEE NABOB, REG. GRIND Mb. nel wl. bag CONTROVERSIAL STRIP MINE-The subject of criticism tional Park. Calgary lawyer Alfred L. Harris filed a suit itom pofflicians and citizens is this strip mining operation against premier Harry Sfrom, as frusfee of (he Alberto which opened last week on the eastern edge of Banff No- government for allowing the operation. No federal support for welfare project OTTAWA (CP) A spokes- man for the federal health and welfare department Tuesday denied thai the federal govern- ment is assisting any "irork- for-welfare project" in Calgary. He was commenting on state- ment made Monday by Rob- ert Bartletl, Calgary social ser- vices planning co-ordinator. Mi-. Bartlett told city council's operations and development committee the federal govern- ment would provide 100-per-cent funding for a demonstration project under which employ- able welfare recipients would work on public jobs that might not otherwise be done. OPPOSE CONCEPT The spokesman said the fed- eral government had not asked the city to proceed with any project. In addition, "we are very much opposed to the con- cept of work for welfare." He said a federal consultant visited the city last week to dis- cuss establishing a "work ac- tivity" project as part of a na- tional program of helping per- sons who have unusual difficul- ties keeping jobs or who are not eligible for manpower de- partment training programs. But the "work activity" pro- gram had nothing to do with the work for n-elfare con- feet, a training program in which persons would receive work orientation and advice from Federal counsellors. If the city of Calgary ap proved such a project the spokesman said provincial and federal approval would be necessary before the project could receive federal money. The federal share of any such program would be 50 per he agreed n'llli Ottawa and the original report was misinterpreted. "The federal government will participate in the work project if we can come up with something suitable to meet Ottawa's approval and passed by the provincial government." The project will have to go lo city council for approval, he said, and also receive "Ihe blessing from unions involved" that it would not take away jobs from persons already employed by the city. In Calgary, Bill Keraaghan, supervisor of assistance for the social services Priest in isolation cell UNCLE lEihvards retired recently as general manager of Broad- cast News Lid., (he Canadian Tress subsidiary that delivers Canadian and world news to 29S Canadian radio and tele- vision stations. The 65-year- nld native of Winnipeg start- ed his newspaper career with Ibc Winnipeg Free Press in and worked as a sports writer (or Hcgina papers bc- Iiirr. joining CP. He has been head of Broadcast News since it was started in 1054. DANBUHY, Conn. (AP) Rev. Philip Berrigan and five other prisoners were placed in isolation cells at the federal prison here Monday for passing out leaflets urging a hunger and ccpt. The program was, in ef- strike support of "politi- cal prisoners." Warden John J. Norton said lie leatlets were printed on a IT 11 leaflets were printed on Ol'lCS WOltlCl mimeograph machine. The six were placed in indi- tonsvilJe. Md. llOl'tll Troops battle Moslem outlaws MANILA (AP) Troops are vidual cells in a separate lions-. ing unit, Norton said. Under ad- ministrative segregation, Berri- gan and the others would not be I allowed to leave their cells but i could talk with each other andlSllOOl. (1OW11 guards. Berrigan and his brother Dan- K., 1 L I w iel, both priests, are sen-ing sentences here on charges of de- stroying draft records in Ca- shot 111 arm GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) A Progressive Conservative government in Alberta would opes up the province's north with a carefully formulated plan for steady development, party leader Peter Lougheed said Tuesday night. He told a public meeting dul- ing his campaign for the Aug. 30 provincial election the north- ern economy musl be stimu- lated. Natural resources, agricul- ture and tourism were the main targets and proper develop- ment meanl a careful eye on the ecology using artillery against Moslem outlaws in the southern Philip- pine province of North Cota- liato, Ihe Philippine Constabu- lary said Monday. "The general has authorized Ihe use of 105-Millimeter howitz- ers, and they are in use now." said an aide to the constabulary commander. Another goverr.menl source' said a constabulary officer, six troopers and 30 Moslems have j been killed since Thursday. More than a year of fighting among Moslems. Christians and tribesmen has lefl more than persons dead. Most dis- putes involve land, political and religious differences. Jailed editors on I 011 bail LONDON (AP) Three edi- tors of the underground maga- zine Oz were released on bail today appeal of Ilieir controversial obscenity case- one of the longest and most sen- snlional in British history. Mr. IjOughecd said the Con- j London lelcvision producer iervatives would the editors. Richard Neville. James An- derson and Felex Dennis face prison lerins from nine to 15 months. .luslice Hugh Griffiths said 1 the appeal may not be heard imlil January and il would be unfair to keep tlio editors in jail MOSCOW (APi Russians are shooting down hailslorms with arlillery fire before they can destroy summer crops, a Soviet newspaper reported Tues- day. Selskaya Zhizn, or Rural Life, said farmers in the Central Asian republic of Azerbaijan have long been plagued by summer hail- stoims that flatten their wheat and cotton crops. Under Ihe headline, Guns Against Hail, the newspaper described how Soviet scien- tists developed a radar and arlillery unit which tracks a hailstorm in the atmosphere and then destroys it with shells containing chemicals. Acivdiivfs a i ijin nun ii'n1 fwixiucer AH paved-road system and indus- thony Palmer pul up CIO' tries related to agricullurc. (S'2-10) hail money for rarli so long. Rul the judge banned the Oz trio from participating in Ihe piiblicalion of Oz PREMIER oul on bail. BK'ITElt CAPE TOWN (Router) Acl- Itcrlwrl who received n transplant July 35, WILL in sliphtly im- condition Tuesday, Ihe CYPRESS Schuur Flospilal .sait a -19-year-old dcnla FRIDAY, AUGUST became the world's longest-living survivor of such a ALLERSTON HALL 8 transplant lasl week and survived. SATURDAY, AUGUST PURPLE SPRINGS-10 LIABILITY GRASSY LAKE-12 BONDS AUTO RURAL FIRE FOREMOST-6 AGENCIES Inserted by Cypress Social Credit 1911 Lower Floor 517 4lh Avo, S. 327-1541 Native worker iioin ina led Socialisls EDMONTON (CP) Joe Mercredi, 33 year old co- ordinator of the Edinonlon Na- tive Brotherhood Society, has been nominated (o contest Ed- monlon Whitemud the MRW Democratic Party in the Aug. 30 election. Incumbent Progressive Con-! scrvalive Don Getty and Don! Hamilton of Ibc Social CrcdH I P.irty, were nominated to con- Icsl Ihe riding earlier. Sixth bank hit HANNOVER (API Two men masked wilh black cloths charged into Ihe Dculschc Bnnk here Monday brandishing pis- lols and escaped with about 5-lll.fillO. The robbery was the sixlh in West Germany since the bank extortion iiltcmpt in Munich Aug. 5 in >vhich a bank roblxr and woman hoslngo won1 slain m a shool-onl. All five robberies lasl week totalled APPLE JUICE DOG FOOD RELISHES TANG SUN-RYPt BLUE LABEL ......48 fl. oj. lint PERKY 16 01. net wl. tins 3.T V t BICKS Cubit, BO Hamburger, Hoi Dog, Yum-Yum 12 fl. ex. jars ORANGE CRYSTALS 3 oz. nel wl. prigs 3 .1 51 ,00 H.OC VINEGAR TOPVMU iB9 69c FLAKED TUNA BYIHE SEA 6 lin, 2 79c FRUIT COCKTAIL lln, 3 ,or 89c TOMATOES CONTADINA f, M. lins 3 ,0, 89c BEANS lin, 6 ,or 1.00 SOUP MIX IYONS CHICKEN, 12 for 1.00 Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products MARGARINE TOP VALU, Colored 1 Ib. pkgs EVAPORATED MltK )ins 5 1.00 STRAWBERRY JAM 4 99c QUICK OATS QUAKER <8DI bo, 59c LIQUID DETERGENT ENCORE 89c FOIL WRAP TOPVMU ,5in 33c FACIAL 200s 3 for 1.00 CANNED POP 1.00 TOOTHPASTE CLOSE.UP........, ,ub. 99c Mayfair Foods Bakery Cheese Slices pk, Lard Maple leaf 1 Ib. pkg. O 51 f- I 'Dr TV DINNERS BANQUET, FROZEN, CHICKEN OR TURKEr II 01. I A Froser Vale Fish Chips c.d or. -00 McGavin's Old Fashioned 12's .....................Perpkg We Invite You To Try Our Meat Best In Town" Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good RED OR BLUE BRAND STEER BEEF WESTERN STEAK rHYINu Bulk Wieners Coil Sausage Burn5 Gorli: ib. 49c Round Steak IB. 87c 59c Rump Roast 87c Mayfair Foods Produce "Flavour Fresh" B.C. APRICOTS case CANTALOUPE California Jumbos 4 Domestic n I C o.VV Lettuce c anada No. 1 2 Mihalik's 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! STORE HOURS: Mon. TUGS. Sot. 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Wed. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Thurs. Fri. 9 o.m. 9 p.m. maufair Bartlett's WARNER, ALTA. STORE HOURS: Mon.-Tues.-ThuM.-Fn.-Sol 9 o.m.-6 p.m. Wed. 9 a.m. p.m. ;