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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHMIDCE HERAJLD August New Bermuda leader starts at difficult time HAMILTON The new governor of who was sworn in last month amid unprecedented security precau- is taking over at a time when the tiny island faces nu- merous problems. The new Ont.-twrn Sir Edwin has moved Into a government mansion which now has en- trances shielded by bullet-proof glass. An armed 'policeman screens all the corri- dors are patrolled by detectives and uniformed police are every- where. These precautions follow the assassination of the previous Sir Richard and his Capt. Hugh Say- ers. on March 10 this year. Bermuda is one of the last of the famous resort islands stretching down from the North Atlantic to the Caribbean to re- main a British colony. While many of the Negroes who make up 67 per cent of the population are educated and a minority of Bermuda voluble and have formed a hard core of bitter discontent and re- sentment of the fact as their counterparts take over power in the islands to the they alone are left sub- servient to the British tradition. Sir Edwin in his speech at the swearing-in ceremony told Bermuda constitutional re- forms will not come until the majority of Bernuudians vote for them. But there are foreign residents in this country with a total population of and the British sub- jects among these can vote af- ter three years residence. At there are Britons registered to vote as against native Bermudi- ans on the electoral roll. The foreign can sway an election. It was without much doubt the bitter core of radical resent- ment at the heart of this lovely island that caused race riots in 1918 and the murder of British Commissioner of Police George Duckett in as well as the assassination of the former governor. The fact that these murders are still unsolved shows the ex- tent to which this group of na- tionalists protect each other. Although the tourist wander- ing along historic Front savoring the perfect sweep of the Great Sound sees nothing but beauty and friendli- the fact is that police in Bermuda will not venture into certain areas even in pairs. It is for that the drug traffic thrives in the Court Street area. But police will not go into this vicinity ex- cept four at a time in an arm- ored truck. Both the governor and the United Bermudian which represents the rich white face grave prob- lems in the administering at this so-called island paradise. They have the problem of a population which is growing much too quickly for the land available. If population growth contin- ues ac the present the open spaces which constitute Ber- muda's chief charm will soon disappear. With a present population of 52.300 expected to increase to in 20 at least 500 new homes will be needed and only 700 acres are avail- able. In 20 this will be entirely used up at the rate of 17 houses an acre. GET A LOAD OF THESE VALUES AT SAFEWAY PINEAPPLE TASTE TIDBIT 14 02. tin 5.1 .00 HAS ALWAYS Serve The Finest Tea and EDWARDS COFFEE POTATO CHIPS NALLEYS TRI PACK net wt. box DETERGENT TIDE POWDERED Kin9 Size 21 1 .00 Fine or Elec. Perc. Grind Vac Pak .99 Ib. tin FROZEN FOODS INSTANT COFFEE CANTERBURY TEA BAGS 4.19 COFFEE TONE OP and P..................... 120 16-oz. net wt. pkg. SNOW STAR STRAWBERRY. ......SPECIAL ICE CREAM m CREAM PIES BARS FRIES And These At Extra CHOCOLATE CAKE FRENCH FRIES pint ctn. BEL 5 flavours 14-oz. net wt. size BEL AIR lemon or orango........Ctn. of fl. oz. 2 2 for CARNATION Shoestring Canada Fancy 4-lb. cello bag SARA LEE 13'A-oz. or FRESH ORANGE CAKE 14-oz. net wt. CARNATION Julienne Canada Fancy Potatoes........ 89' 79' 99 85' 55' Refreshing Fruit Drinks EMPRESS GRAPE or TROPICAL PUNCH 48-fl. oz. tin........SPECIAL MC.P. FROZEN CHRRY BOYStNBERRY BLACK CHERRY........................... fin 2-lb. cello bag SAFEWAY PRICES JELLIED SALAD Lucerne Mandarin Orange 12-oz net wt. tub 49 JELLIED SALAD Lucerne Pineapple and Strawberry 12-oz. net wt. tub 49c FROSTING MIX Betty Crocker Fluffy While. .....6Yi-oz. net wt. pkg. 45C CAKE MIX Betty Crocker White An.gel Food 16-oz. net wt. pkg. 671 MARGARINE Blue Bonnet Vetjsiabla 3-lb. pkg. 99t MARGARINE Butternut Colored 3-lb. pkg. 794 COLD CREAM Pond.....1.5-fl oz. jar 631 DRY SKIN CREAM Ponds 1.5-fl. oz. jar 656 Don't Miss these Manufacturer's Offers Prune Plums Town House Canada Choice 14 fl. oz. tin for 4 1.00 White Vinegar iufl whole frozen 2- Mb. loaves Brownie Mix Cream Shampoo Bel Air white or A A Apple 4-3'i-or. net wt. pkg. 69C 29e Lemon Juke 1.19 ireum jnampoo net wt. jar I.IT ufran Dishwasher Compound Pdr. 25 fl. oz. btle. 59t 63c Sunlight lemon fresh 1 17 Fabric Softener 1 25 BOILING FOWL TASTEE CUT UP FROZEN RUMP ROAST CANADA GRADE A BEEF Ib. STANDING RIB ROAST KING OF THE ROASTS Canada Grade A Beef Ib. r 4.45 STEAK or ROAST Boneless Round Canada Grade A Beef Special.......Ib. COD FILLER SEA frozen We Reserve The Right to Limit Quantities SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;