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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta .Februtiry 25, 1975 _ THE LETHBRIDG! iJHAlO _ 9 RESCUED FROM AN ICE FLOW A U.S. Coost Guard helicopler lifls Charles Hardy, 13, of Detroit from an ice flow in the Detroit River while Donald Warren, 14, wails. The loose slab got close enough to the bank that Warren could be pulled ashore by a rope. The boys were ploying on the ice off Detroit's Alter Park when the ice broke loosfr and started to float downstream. The boys remained on the ice for 45 minutes before their rescue. Laughing boy shot to death COLERAINE, Northern Ire- land A Roman Catholic priest testified today he saw a laughing boy shot down as British armored vehicles charged civil rights demonstra- tors during Londonderry's Bloody Sunday. He also said he saw another boy shot dead by a soldier from short range. Rev. Edward Daly of St. Eu- gene's Cathedral, Londonderry, was giving evidence to the tri- bunal investigating the deaths of 13 people the army moved in to break up a banned Roman Catholic civil-rights march Jan, 30. Father Dab said he had been running ivilh a of people, fleeing before several armored cars, when he overtook a boy who Has laughing.________ 'I think he was amused at the sight o[ me he said. Then n shot rang out and the boy gasped and fell. He had not been carrying Father Daly said he saw an other young boy shouting Shoot me, shoot me" at a soldier. The soldier went down on one knee and fired. The boy staggered and then started running around crazily." The soldier, he said, had been less than 20 yards away when lie shot Ihe bojr. The priest said that as he was about to go out with a white handkerchief in his blood- rSAND 1 GRAVEL 4 ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE k 328-2702-327-3610 A stained hands to the boy's body, a man appeared and fired two shots at the soldiers from small handgun. In another incident, he said, he saw the body of a man or woman thrown into the air by a vehicle. Father Daly said that after a 'fusillade of gunfire" there was tremendous panic, with women screaming. A number o[ men had tried lo tear down doors with their bare hands.' At the time when the armored vehicles moved in, follOM'ed by soldiers on foot, there was only a small group of young people in the crowd throwing stones, he said. Assistant Chief Constable Robert Campbell of Renfrew and Bute Counties, Scotland, told the inquiry by Lord Widg- ery, Englands chief justice, that the first firing he heard came from an automatic weapon of a type not used by the military. Appeal ordered iu bottomless dancing case CALGARY (CP) The at- torney general's department has directed Calgary's crown prosecutor (a appeal an Al- berta Supreme Court decision earlier this month wMch over- tamed a conviction against bot- tomless dancing. Stan Fowler, a member of the prosecutor's department, said it is hoped the case will be heard when the appellate di- vision of the court sits April 4. Kelly Johnson, 22, of Calgary was competed in December of giving an immoral perform- ance by dancing nude in a southwest city cabaret. Mr. Justice H. W. Riley ruled later that it was not an immoral performance, adding it showed no tendency to deprave or cor- nipt. LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 FARM AND RANCH DIRECTORIES A listing of all farms and ranches in the Lethbridge leading area with mailing addresses and land loca- tion. ,00 EACH Available at The Lethbridcjc Herald Printing and Lithographing Division Cornor 5lh Ave. and 7th St. 5. LETHBRIDGE Polly Ann enriched, White or Brown Slic- ed 20-gi. ne wl. loaf Parly Pride Regular, B.B.O., Salt and Vinegar, Dippers Tri Pack 8.25 wl. pkg. Safeway All Purpose- Regular 1-lb. net wl. pkg SAFEWAY Fresh Bread Potato Chips Ground Coffee V-IWVOI IWUI I1CI ce Cream 2 for 9 c Extra Saving Specials PINK SALMON Cloverleaf net wt. tin Coffee Edwards Freeze Dried ......4-oz. net wt. jar 99 C EVAP. Carnation 16-oz. net wt. tin at Pies Manor House Frozen Beef, Chicken, Turkey- 8-oz. net wt. 5 for TOMATO JUICE Heinz Canada Fancy 48 fl.-oz. tin White 2 99' Burns Spork 12-oz. nef wL Hn EGGS Breakfasl Gems, Canada Grade A Large New at Safeway LUCERNE r Lemon, Vanilla, Chocolate, Butterscotch Ready to Eat.......... 16-oz. tub. DISCOUNT PRICE CKS PICKLE YY Sweel Mixed, Yum Yum, Red Tomato Chow Chow. 15-fl. 01. jar Extra Saving Special ORANGES Sunkist Navels Sizes 72s gel acquainted with famous Safeway Meals BANANAS Golden Yellow Best Quality 6 POTATOES Washed Gems Canada No. 1 Cello Bag .19 2011 v v TEXAS RED, 48's GRAPEFRUIT 48's Sirloin Steak Beefsteaks Roast Cottage Rolls Safeway Trimmed Canada Choice Canada Good Beef, Ib. T-Bone or Club Canada Choice Canada Good Ib. Boneless Leg. Government Inspected Ib. Ranch Brand Sweet Pickled lOil .00 vV PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge February 25 26 YOUR FAMILY NEEDS ALL 4 BASIC FOODS DAILY Wo Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. Ll Vegetables, Fruits Dairy Group from vitamin riili fruilt