Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
42 THE IFTH6KIOGE NERAID Pleads nuillv in trnml cast's nfKJny, Jonuory 10. IV3 LAST MONTH IN HISTORY m. 3 C. FOOD BUDGETS GET fl LIFT WITH VALUES THAT SPELL THRIFT I1 YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER s 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 Ws 5-s-rv, tb. Righi FOR FREE CFTY DHFVERY Qucnthie, ON LARGE ORDERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES foods PRICES IN EFFECT JANUARY llth, 12th, and 13th Soda Crackers Faults Ib Apple W.K. Beans with Pork Tcp Vo'u Mushrooms Me Ling 7' oz Macaroni Dinners 50UP Aylmer Totnclo or Vegetobl- 10 Peanut Kraft Smooth or Crunchy oi. nt. Pie Filling Sun Rype, App's 19 2 Special Kellcag'j oz- Jelly Powders Jello All Flavour-! 3 oi- "T Digestive Frean 8 ol- Ib. n- Psrfex fl Liquid 32 !1 Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products- "We invite You To Try Our Meats The Best In Town" "We will cut our meats to suit your requirements" Round Bone Roast Wieners Burn, Side BaconBumsC ___. 1 fb, PVg. ampfire. Sliced 1 Ib. pkg. 7915 Conada Grade A Cross Rib Roast Co Pork Picnic li'e Ground Beef, Celery Hearts C0nod0 NO ecch Bananas 1 VIUpC9 California Red Empsrcr Cucumbers lmper1sdConodoNp Tomatoes canodo No i DAIRY FOODS Morgorine Kroft Milk Loaf To ,n 1 IB nt wt. Slb ,ntw1. 16oi 39 FROZEN FOODS Orange Juice Ycrk Corn Burns 0 fi fer 2 lb ne! PcrV n. PcrV f ICi cr Besf 4 ,r J QQ COFFEE NABOB Ib. 93 THIS WEEK'S FEATURE SPECIAL PEPSI COLA PIUS 26 oz. bottle...... DEPOSIT 5 ;i.oo R 1 t The mob is using Communist tactics upland's old is hreakiuc up, what is replacing it worse. Bv LESLIE WALLER YORK iNE.V "I- a grciy'ar.d ctfr.- o: "vpo iS? other day. it" Tie 3-e siariing 10 the Tr.v rv.er.i sp.Ote r' or. V.5. organized 'n-is. L-dei-c. removed rr.ary o: the cover? proiecung mob activities. Ar.d the even rr.ore ucsurje of strong po'-lce iCdon eangsters c.v? :.-ok if the cops the pis; roocths, for example Lne ''Ma- fia 2: by che editors New York has de- liled the blccdy pcrarr smig- E'.fs of wrion of oraasuz- V5.A." 'Piaytvy Press 2 courier; c: srtides edited ry Xicho'.ss C-ase of the T.rr.ss provides or. people structure ot trie BOOK A b-x-k .'The e-5 trte the 5 ?3r.Jo. irprk oi re-porter? HirJt Messick six3 r.i i :o wi] ia I- -J-i' wrie pf 'Jus hfcrma- r-xh C-Jcsco N-r.v Y.Ti ?c'_cs are 'vii X Y.. '.'-here ei- poli.-e of i headc'Jiners nearly craac jijry and cczecs oi ir> of 3ob arxi cc.-rjp: Azd yet. 20: m'.vie- hmr deer- '.y orfiizec crl.-ne poii-re repcrter; Lnere if a area of ccj- siill to be v.'-en; tecc t.? be is by stazdards iceas that have pverrxd che Sidisn aro s'jll do but have force or. scse. T-J oorsept. for ei- anp'.e. ra-Jwr sfr.se. TA spple.- i? as it occe arc the capo ur.cer- his or re- or the SyrjG- they r.f-i bases t- E'jroce ar.f o: V.OP.K.IUr.D The appurer.tly Its susccessfu! control of black market crime on tho home front riuriag World War II when Lhe nation was woefully underpol- iced as law enforement officers veal into the armed forces. In those days the mounting riiiiian de.iia.td for rationed goods from butter, sieak and nylons to gasoline, alcohol and amo tires n-as supplied by the using a front of "clean" ESEOCJ- ates in govemzrjer.t rationing offices and in factories produc- ing scarce goods. SELECTIVE Tho policy of selective sifill- auons was origr_naljy called raesooiariza. U'hi'e mfilLiauon of trade unions. busL-.esses and political organizations was as coiata. But since mobsters uith lalian back- grounds make vp less than a third of syndicate forces today. ihe term ''scam" is used to describe concealed tactics of takeover. Kxh the busbess and the imicir.s ir. sn ir.dusrry a stranglehold. La-.v erjoremest authorities note this in partic- ular iodustries siifi as coastruc- t'oa. truckEg, wasie cUspossl and coin-operated veixiine. They poL-t that even though many honest cornparjes and union locals exist ir. these areas. of price ar.-d wage cono-acts are dominated by nxio elenierjis. By ihe vast cash flow from dr-jg, gambling and rackets, organiz- ed crime has also becjn to scam Isrger b'.'je-rhip corp- Cash Is carried by couriers to Sn-iss TIK re-turns as orders to buy corporate stocks, make ioa.is arJ prcvide rbanctai svspport for po-ir-iral firjres. COXTRPL Wniie the mob's irtentce Is to avoid paying ta_xes on this cash and the divicencs and -b- it the eifect is also to r.vs crinunals a groirir.g secrk of large bkcks of scress, trros spreafixg ihe jswer bases over mawr sectors of the nauonal Tie ol'd-unte rr.ooster who colorful wr a sideshow tha; detracts atter-tim from the ion ectivitisi of crizte. But bis ques- tion tor cs: cf us is TOetber this ukeo'.Tr has ar.y appreci- able effect or, daily answer is yes." r. Tnany crsly aai The zvilltOtis taxes places added b'-rrcea m all other A-d i-ere is also ev-ic-erce that where the r.tob ar. ectire bd'js- L--. a- prices caa te raised while the quality of arxi service caii ba Li accircn. by ca-t tirciS. bv bl'.vks rf az-i poll frauds as requirec. the raob has a foothold, of'.or, a on certain dry roliix'al coast to LOVALTY whcTi vc-ters go to the polls, they rr.ay oftez a candidate "-b.iie lo.valty has been secretly preerr.r-ted. Ir. ef- cf Crf.-re Lt iie or.re he- to be tztc-.ircA-tsi .th orttarirec crtrr ra. in K: or. by druc push- ins. v.h-i a erect: card r-r set. rr.ust to a r.tob cf to cash _r. or. r cr.tr.e. rits at- 'aris or. s.vrcty Lit.-tcd to r_s r. are rr.ary wavs. -ro cor.- trol or tjfe neither r--r business or- crack nn those rtd_-.; behuxi respectab'je bttrrow deep- pr irto fahrtr of socttry. .Men Fc-rt r" r. a ir.ii on J-jiy S. 1874. a tijc: for STORE HOURS: Won., Tuei.. Wed., Sat 9.00 a.m. iill 6.00 p.m. Thunday and Friday a.m. to 9.00 p.m. 'u-aiied by v.aconi arai daughter to the rinc c-( 3-cle calls and the crack o.' '.vhjps. With them atre Metis ar.d Henri .1 Fro- .-.-...il wt.o -.vcr.l "across the o-.t.i i'.onj: as ar. arta a-id corre- outcome (ar dian soil and ;oirxxi the- far- srondent for Canadian II- Irorn clear. ;t raited as a Ler recruits (or tie puncy lustraud News, .vrt r.i.l thirofjgh t-i of Trey three miles that (or the nizh: a Like. tV had bepn. A r-.ore hand.'ul p[ nir. on to p.itro'.