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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE lETHERi'DGE HERALD Wednesday, Auguil 11, 1971---------------- Danish authorities have become exceedingly tough Copenhagen caters to students but hippies not welcome itni.Asn l.iniilnn UbM'i'vrr SITVHT mayor of Copenhagen has opened spe- camping silcs lo receive an influx of hippie-like Americans. camps hrin1 a lotnl ca- pacity of ahoul l.lldO. Ihcy are alwnys fully occupiccl and have of abnnl -'00 guesls per nighl. Copenhagen has be- come one of a Iriacl cf hippy capitals of FUirope. Amsterdam and Munich arc hippies. They are mostly Amcr- llie oilier two Amsterdam used ican students or fresh gradu- to reign alone as the capital of ales ulio liavc rluiscn In spend permissiveness and hippiedom I a sabbatical year at leisure, bill it was believed (or feared) liiiwnploymcnl in Ilic Uuilcd thai Copenhagen would dis- Stales lias scnl many of the place it as (he unique hippie young across Hie Atlantic centre, because it had suppos- i where they can exist on Ilicir cdly become the citadel of per-; savings and wait for belter missivencss. In Ihc cvenl, the I times. Air companies h a v e hippies have chosen dispersion pn.molcd Hie migration by of- and nol concentration. fcrinp cut rale lures. These invaders are nol true i In the oppressive heat uf this sun drenched Scandinavian summer the American hippie (ypc1 remains singularly nniiol- in the Coper.hagen crowds. They have so much competition in the Danes, who arc pasl- maslcrs at fancy dress and hamming it up. Nobody is as brightly costumed and con- vincing as a young in hippie outfit even if he re- turns lo a nice Jiwne in suburbs every, or nearly every night. If Ihe Americans arc lo be noticed, it is because of a cerlain subdued air in dress and mien. If Inie hippies, complete with drugs, arc absent, if is prob- I ably due to the Danish border guards. Copenhagen, since Ihe i repeal of censorship, lias be- .come a capital of pornography and at the same lime has at- tracted organized crime and :irilg running. In an attempt lo lo keep Ihe indigent Young tourists m u s I lo be financially sound. II would appear Mint Coper fight crime, (he auLliorilics have 1 Copenhagen are almost certain papers icnls fo Tlie ma 'opcnhag parish inles nroverdt sex shop riers. sil nenl si.- become exceedingly lough. Dan- ish border cor.lroj become rigorous, Baggage is Ihoroufih- ly searched al Ihe shghlesl sus- picion of conlraband. Al Ihe same Lime, .steps have been taken away. prove thai Ihcy nol only have a return ticket but also er.ouch monev The hagen I hard c< is uncle capital as failed lo attract the re of the hippies. Tlvj The Danish s scarcely Ihe Eldoradt has bee of the 1 beralcd ycung. What it mic is an emporium o! pornography. has resulted iy lo .simpnrl llicniseli'es. in a slump and a someivlial hippie-like Americans in jaded atmosphere. The e lull of adverlisc- cut-rale pornoBraphy. shopping slreel of en is naw hill ol I ho aimers ol summer ncluding pornographic Tin: top nestling between lur- ersmilhs and dcparl- es arc also slashing trices joining in [he acl (o get rid of (heir slocks. Wednesday, August 11, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 35 Oregon one of least polluted spots in nation Mr. Clean gives United States another lead in bottle ban By CIIAIII.ES FOLEY London Observer Service America's hosl environmen- tal minded Governor, Tom Mc- Call of Oregon, has given the U.S. anolhcr lead by banning the use of non-returnable but- tles and cans In his state from next year. It is only a small dent in the moiin'ain of 47 billion cans and glass bottles produced each year in the Uniled Stales, bul the move is greeted here as another "daring" confrontation willi the corporate gianls. The law requires a refundable de- posit (Iwo Lo five cents) on all soft drinks and beer containers. Oregon, the luslily forested lumber slale up in America's norlh-wesl corner, is one of the least polluted spols in the iu- tion, thanks largely Lo Gover- nor McCp.ll, once a newspaper- man and television commenla- lor. He is also known as Clean." No lhanks go to Cahfornians, who flock up to Oregon's 717 national parks and l.Mfl camp sites every summer and leave a wake of litter. One. popular beach alone yielded fifty- gallon drums of rubbish from a I one-mile area. In neighbouring I Washington State, disgusted Indian tribes closed Dieir lands permanently to the while man. McCall, a HG-year-old Repub- lican wlir has been Oregon's chief executive since IBfifi, says "Hell, I practically built the anti-polllution bandwagon. We have slowed the tide here and I Ihink we can now1 reverse it. We've passed more ocolosical Bills here in 40 months than all Ihe other Stales have done in 40 years "For example, people can swim anywhere they want in the Willamette River for the first time in 40 years. We've banned agricultural burning in the Willamette Valley and warn- ed industrialists they can't build atmosphere polluting plants." Under McCall Ihc stale has also banned DDT, except in cer- i tain cases of direct emergency, i and is flirorodising water stain- i wide. When McCall was fight- ing his re-election campaign last autumn he refused to use billboards and lectured h i s campaign workers against "vis- ual pollution." Now he is look- ing at a project for a dissolving bottle, which you can also eat. The bottle, produced by the Ilikon Corporation, consists ol a Iliin, eelli'lose-basou1 protein casing covered hy two super- thin layers of waterproof plas- tic. When the bottle is empty, you pull a lab thai peels off the four thousandths of an inch- Ihick nuter covering and hare the soluble case. It dissolves in water. The material is similar to a substance used in artificial shipped cream. The firm has a wide range of flavours in mind. McCall is also giving the state a new penal code. This month he signed Eills legalis- ing homosexual relations be- hvcen consenting adults, over protests that it would "make Oregon a plavground for Cali- fornian homosexuals." Oregon is only the fifth Slale in the, U.S. to take this step. Mr. Basiord Didn't Ask Us But We Have Done It Anyway! We are now UNIT PRICING hundreds of Hems thai can be confusing to con- sumers in deciding what ii the best value. The price per ounco or other ap- propriate measure is now shown clearly following the ilcm price on selected producls. We invite you lo take advantage of this new service which hopefully will make product selection and meal planning much easier for you. Because "at IGA we renlly we earnestly solicit your comments on this new servico IGA Sloros, Unil Pricing, Box 1801, Edmonton, Alberta. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, AUGUST 1971 UNIT PRICING HAS COME TO IGA STORES COM WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES YORK JUICE for 40 fl. oz. tin LIBBY TOMATO CATCHUP .00 TISSUE 2 PLY CLOVER LEAF SOLID WHITE flLLLIlCA colors 200'; J for .00 Peanut Butter Kr Jello 1-2-: Mustard Ll Pizza Krofl Smoo1h 28 fl jar Spaghetti Dinner 17.s 0, pk, 5 libby Prepored Dinner 23 Kraft Cheese ..........30 oz. pkg. m'Xetl NUTS P- Tree Peanuts Pine Tree 20 oz. pkg. bed 20 01. pkg. GLEN VALE STANDARD PRUNE PLUMS fl. 01. tin .00 WONDERSOFT BATH ASSORTED TISSUE roll pack 2 L ZIP BEEF DOG FOOD 15-oz. tin 9; 99 TUNA BERRYLAND CHOICE BING SHERRIES 14-fl. 01. tin 7-oi. tin 00 MAZOLA Oil 64-fl. oz. bottle Spanish Peanuts PineTrB.JU Blades C00 Rnlkc Westin9house 5ofl while A 3 mbo 20 01. pkg. Q3 DUIBb 40 wall, 60 wall, 100 wrill "f for Gillette Stainless Steel.........10's I OOtHpOSte Colgate Family.......... 6-01. lube Gilletle Shave Lime............7 01. lin I vJ CllCOrC Powder Detergent 5 Ib. box Kotex '2s Fertilizer Sherrit 16.20 SWIFTS PREM 12-oz. tin 21 .00 LIBBY'S DEEP BROWN 14 fl. oz. tin DETERGENT KING PUNCH 5 Ib. box IGA DAIRY SPECIALS Kraft Cracker Barrc1 cneddar Cheese Old Wedge 12 07.. pkg. ,b .6 Centre Village IGA In-Store Bakery Specials! Cheese Slices Krafl Pos) Sugar Donuts dozcn Hand! Snack Cheese 2 BlueberrV Pies Mozzarella Cheese Pan Buns pkg oMO 3 for Cakes Made To Order Phone 327-0353 margarine Top Vaiu Colored 3 ib. pkg Kraft Chunk 12 01. pkg. Margarine Top vniu colored...........3 ib. PkD. (0 CALIFORNIA CHOICE IGA TABLE FRESH PRODUCE FOR BETTER MEALS DCJIAUCC ORANGES PEACHES CUCUMBERS CABBAGE 7Q 3 Ib. basket CANADA NO. 1 KING SIZE CANADA NO. I Ibs. for! W 2 39 10 PLUMS Mix or Match, Nubiana, laraclo, Wickson, Santa Rosa, Eldorado, Ace T Ibs. for POTATOES Norgold Ccmada No. 1 Local Grown ROUND STEAK TABLE RITE RED BRAND CANADA CHOICE FULL SLICE Ib. TABLE RITE FRESH GROUND BEEF TABLE RITE YOUNG PORK BONELESS LEG ROAST NETTED Ib. RANCH STYLE SMOKED PICNICS 39' TABLE RITE CANADA CHOICE RED BRAND IMP ROAST BONE IN Ib...... AVAILABLE AT PARTICIPATING IGA STORES CENTRE VILLAGE IGA SUMMER HOURS Open 9 a.m. -9 p.m. Mon., Wed., Thurs., and Fri. Sat.- 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. A SET OF 14 DIFFERENT PICTURES ON SALE EACH WEEK AT lOc PER START YOUR SET NOW CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE PLAYERS WHITE GRANULATED SUGAR TOP VALU EGGS Grade A Medium 2 FROZEN FOODS SAUSAGE ICA TABLE RITE PURE PORK I-lb. trgy Ib. 69' SIDE BACON RANCH STYLE SLICED 2-th. pnckugn each 1 ,29 COTTAGE ROLLS RANCH STYLE FULLY COOKED Ib, 89 BOLOGNA By tho piece Ib. 45' SARA LEE ORANGE OR POUND CAKE HI LINER BONELESS PERCH FILLET FRASER VALE COD FISH end CHIPS 14-ai. M-oz. pkg. 20-oz. pkg. 59" ;