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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Indiai BANFF (CP) Health service on Indian reserves is "totally the health convention of Alberta Family Physicians was told here. KusseU Smith of the liir. Centre on the Hobbema Reserve south of Edmonton said native people encounter the attitude "he's only an Indian" when seeking medical eld. "When one of our people has gone to a physician his problem has been minimized." The Indians are unhappy with "the appearance of disregard for the feelings of our people" displayed by the medical profession. The problem is partly one of culture, he said, and could solved by closer liaison. Professionals in many fields have gained from visiting the reserves and learning, he said, and Indians develop better attitudes toward professionals who show such a concern. The Wechehin Centre is dealing with medical and social problems resulting from drug and alcohol use on the reserve. The reserve, with a population of has a suicide rate 15 times that of the Canadian uses recycled paper CHICAGO (AP) Not one tree was cut down to provide newsprint for today's editions of the Chi-cago Sun-Times. All were printed on recycled paper. Spokesmen for Field Enterprises, Inc., publisher of both the Sun-Times and the Cliicago Daily News, said it was the first time a major U.S. newspaper had printed all editions on recycled place ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) -Several members of the brigade of midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy say they don't want their school to go co-educational. "It's completely said Robert Hardy, 21, a senior from Columbus, Miss. "The idea of this place is to train, shipboard officers, but there's nowhere women can serve In the fleet yet." The prospect of women joining the brigade has become more than the campus joke women in once was. Senator Jacob Ja-vils, (Rep.-N.Y.) and Eepre-senlative John McDonald (Hop. -Mich.) have nominated teen-age girls for appointment to Annapolis. They are Barbara Jo, 17, of Staatsburg, N.Y., and Valerie Schoen, 18. a University of Michigan co-ed. To a man, the future navy officers interviewed at the academy said they do not think the mission of the school and Us physical fleet are geared for women. Robert Musselman, 21, said he doesn't take the nominations seriously. "It's not much more than politicians trying to get their names in the he said. One person who did favor the admission of co-eds was Capt. Harry C. Duncan, the senior chaplain. "We'd be glad to have them in the officer said. "We're short of sopranos in the choir." Newsprint plan THUNDER BAY (CP) The Great Lakes Paper Co. will shut down its newsprint operation for at least a week beginning Feb. 13 as a result o( reduced market demand. A spokesman for the to close down pany said a longer shutdown may become necessary ii market conditions do not improve. About' 700 employees will be affected by the closure. The company's kraft mill operation will continue to function as CANNED FOOD BUYS DICED BEETS TASTE TELLS, CANADA CHOICE 14 fl. ez. tin -SUPER diced beets KSAVER for BEANS with PORK Or SPAGHETTI in TOMATO SAUCE COTTAGE CHEESE LUCERNE CREAMED CHIVE, PINEAPPLE, FRUIT SALAD 12-oz. net wt. ctn. SUPER SAVER for More Super Savers Paper Co: PkH 59' Facial Tissue 3 fc, Hair Spray Antiperspirant Liquid Shampoo Dental Cream Process Cheese Beef Stew Mouth Wash Loaf Cake Layer Cake Soff Puffs White Flour Frozen Pies Scolties. 4 colors. .....................200-2 ply pkg. Adorn. Regular or Hard to Hold Soft and Dri. Undented. 13-01. net wt. tin .29 5-oz. net wt. tin Halo Normal Oily or Dry Hair. oz. bile. net wt. lube 1 79' 59 Kraft Velveeta .....................2-lb. net wt. loaf I .88 OR MEAT BALL STEW Burns..........15-01. net wt. tin Laverit......................20-fl. ez. btls Toostmaster Millionaire Mrs. Willmant Orange Absorbent Balk. Johnson and Johnson Purity All Sara Lee Cherry or Blueberry 2.79' 1.29 49' 55' 79" Bag of 250 I V 4.49 85' 20-lb. papir bag TASTE TELLS 14 fl. oz. tin for TOM. CATSUP TASTE TELLS, TANGY FLAVOUR 11 fl. ez. bottle for yOU CAN'T MISS MTU THESE MEATS! EVERY CUT MUST PLEASE OR YOUR MONEY BACK SIRLOIN STEAK ROAST BONE ROAST PORK CHOPS PORK STEAK FISH CHIPS Thick Rib, lean, easy to carve. Con. Choice Can. Good Ib. Canada Good Standing Rib, 1st 5 ribs prepared for easy carving. Can. Choice Can. Good....... la. Fresh, centre loin, govt. insp.........Ib. Cut from the Boston Butt............. Ib. Fraser Vale frozen cod........24-oz. net wt. pkg. Prices Effective in Lethbridge stores Jan. 26-29 TURKEYS PINECREST YOUNG HENS OR TOMS Frozen, Canada Grade Utility 39 C lake Home The Bacon Sliced Side Olympic, Rindless Vac Packed 1-lb. pkg. 75 Piece Side Wascana Full of Aromatic Flavour.......Ib. 49' 34-oz. net wl. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY I960, CANADA SAFtWArLIMITED ;