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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHIRIDOI NfiUlD PrU.y, Jinuory 21, J. EDGAR HOOVER on way oat The Chicago Tribune says that it has learned J. Edgar Hoover wiD be dismissed as di- rector of (he Federal Bureau of Investigation after the No- vember presidential election. In a dispatch by Glen Elsas- ser from Washington, the news- paper says: "According to high Nixon administration sources, Hoover will either resign or be put into a 'chairman of the board' kind of job at the FBI." "Hoover mil not be allowed to stay as long as he the sLory quotes one admini- stration official. The newspaper says Hie ad- ministration "also has decided not to make a campaign out of Hoover's age and possible res- ignation." George Randolph Hearst, 67, Hie eldest son of the late Wil- liam Randolph Hearst and long- time executive of the Hearst publishing empire, died in hos- pital at Los Angeles after brief illness. Hearst became publisher of the San Francisco Examiner in 1928 and the following year was named publisher of the now-de- funct New York American. He was vice-president of the Los Angeles Examiner from 1932 to 1953. fc i Anti-war priest 'Rev. Daniel Bcrrigan has been granted pa- role after serving slightly more than 17 months of a three-year sentence for destruction of draft records. The U.S. parole board an- nounced the decision at Wash- ington after its second parole review, which included new In- formation concerning Father Berrigan's health. An August application was denied. Berrigan, 51, is the brother pf Rev. Philip Berrigan who, along with six other persons, went on trial Monday In Har- risburg, Pa., on c h a r e e s of planning to kidnap Henry Kis- singev, adviser to Presl dent Nixon. Clarence Otis Smith, i for- mer garbageman who testified his house was infested with de- mons, has been convicted of murder in bizarre "sickle slay- ings" last July at a riverbank campground. Smith, was convicted at Nevada City, Calif, by a jury of first-degree murder in the death of Donna Fitzhugh, 25, and second-degree murder hi the slaying of John Sim- mons 29. Shoichl Yokoi, the Japanese army veteran who stalked the Jungles of Guam for 28 years refusing to surrender, has asked to meet his emperor. Yukoi thought Hirohito, in whose name he fought through- out the Second World War, died years ago. Japanese papers quoted the former sergeant as saying: "If possible, I'd like to meet Tennoheika (the The Asahi Shimbun, a lead- ing national daily, reported Yokoi as saying in Guam: "If it is impossible I wish you to convey to him that I have con- tinued to live by believing in Tennoheika." The paper said Yokoi did not recognize recent photographs of the emperor, who, until the end of the war, was alrays photographed in his uniform as commander in chief. Yokoi, discovered by two fishermen recently, is to sent home next week. i Rene Lcvcsque, Parti Que- becois leader, said in Montreal Pierre Valh'eres can join his party anytime he pays his an- nual 53 dues. Mr. Levcsque said Vallieres' decision to come out of hiding and face the courts was a sign o{ courage. Vallieres has become "some- thing of a myth to young people in Quebec" and his decision to reject violence might be the be- ginning of a movement among the province's youth away from the kind of violence advocated by the terrorist Front de Liber- ation du Quebec said Mr. Le- vesque. "That be a real accom- added. Medics poorly prepared for era of drug abuse OTTAWA (CP) The medi- cal profession has been divided, indecisive and poorly prepared for the era of drug abuse, says the Ledain commission on non- medical use of drugs. Kissinger pretty sneaky WASHINGTON (AP) Henry Kissinger used five separate routes, each calculated to dis- guise his destination and pur- pose, when he commuted regu- larly to Paris on his secret mis- sions with the Communists on a Vietnam peace. French officials lent invalua- ble help as President Nixon's adviser conducted without det- ection the 30-month, 12-confer- ence series ot talks with North Vietnamese officials. So secret were Kissinger's journeys that fewer than five persons in the White House knew full details. But, it now appears, Nixon himself almost blew Kissinger's a television audi- ence in a CBS interview Jan. 2 he apparently contused the private and public talks and mentioned an offer he later indi- cated was made secretly. These are among major points that have emerged since Nixon's Tuesday night address in which he disclosed Kissin- ger's mission. Kissinger himself won't di- vulge precise details of his cov- ert travels. because, he toW a news conference Wednesday, "we may want to do it again." He would say only: "We pcncrally flew to Ameri- can military bases and then transferred once or twice until we wound up at some lit- tle-used airfields near Paris nnd then wo generally stayed in the outskirts with the people we used as contacts.... We gener- ally met in a meeting place fur- nished by the other side.. The science of pharmaceology has been in existence for only about 20 years but in that time has come to occupy an impor- tant and controversial position in the life and thought of these times, it says. The commission's first vol- ume of a final report released Wednesday says issues have been raised in a wide variety of policy, law en- forcement, public health and personal ethics. "This may be the reason why the entire subject of psycho- tropic drugs has left the medi- cal profession divided, indeci- sive and poorly prepared to deal with it, or even understand it." The commission calls this the first large-scale public health problem in which medicine has not assumed major leadership and which few individual doc- tors have faced squarely- Medical education had utterly failed to keep up with the rate at which the drug abuse prob- lem has grown. Few doctors could either give or accept advice on handling troubled young people and pa- tients themselves often strongly questioned a doctor's help in cases of non-medical drug use. Study on waste sites planned EDMONTON (CP) A feasibility study on establish- ment of sites for disposal of all kinds of wastes in Alberta will be conducted by Associated En- gineering Services Ltd. of Ed- monton, W. J. Yurko, minister of the environment, announced today. The study, a nanced winter works project, will categorize the types and quantities of complex wastes produced in Alberta and pos- sible disposal methods. The project, to be completed by the end of March, will con- centrate on unusual and toxic wp.slcs, many ot a chemical na- ture, which arc difficult to dis- pose of by conventional Big Taste Tells Days at SAFEWAY BEANS with PORK TASTE TELLS IN TOMATO SAUCE for 14-fl. oz. tin PEAS and CARROTS TASTE TELLS CANADA CHOICE MIXED VEGS. or KIDNEY BEANS for CHILI-CON-CARNE TASTE TELLS HOT OR MILD for APPLE JUICE TASTE TELLS RECONSTITUTED for SPAGHETTI TASTE TELLS IN TOMATO SAUCE 14-fl. oz. tin____' for CUT GREEN BEANS TASTE TELLS CANADA CHOICE OR CUT WAX BEANS for TOM. CATSUP Taste Tells With Tangy Flavour for mi. oz. btle. PEACH HALVES TASTE TELLS CAN. CHOICE or APRICOT HALVES or SWEET DARK CHERRIES for 14-fl. oz. tin VEGETABLES TASTE TELLS CANADA CHOICE Diced Baet, Cream Corn, Aitt'd for PINEAPPLE TASTE TELLS SLICED, CRUSHED or TIDBITS for PEAR HALVES TASTE TELLS CAN. CHOICE BARTLETT for 14.fl. oz. tin------ WHOLE POTATOES TASTE TELLS CAN. CHOICE SMALL for 19-fl. oz. tin Check These Super Savers VELVEETA CHEESE 1 KRAFT PROCESS....................... 2-lb. loaf WHITE FLOUR 1.49 PURITY ALL PURPOSE 20-lb. bag FACIAL TISSUE 3! Scotties, white, blue, yellow 200-2 ply pkg. FROZEN MEAT PIES MANOR HOUSE BEEF, CHICKEN, TURKEY SUPER SAVER 8-oz. net wt. size TURKEYS PINECREST FROZEN YOUNG HENS and TOMS for I CANADA GRADE UTILITY Sparkling Bright Fresh Produce GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER RED OR WHITE SIZE 48s SUPER SAVER Ib Round Bant or Chuck. Canada Choice Canada Good Betf Ib. Sirloin, Safeway Trim. Canada Choice Canada Good Bwf Ib. Thick lo Canada Choict Canada Goad Ib. KflCAII WM1.VII r 75' PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Jan. 28 29 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;