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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ 1HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, 23, 1972 It's especially easy to fill your cart with bargains this week at Safeway. Money-saving buys are all over the store! You'll iind many of your family's favorite foods on sale right now. Stock up for weeks ahead at great savings. Maybe you'll want to fill an extra cart or two for extra sayings. Come visit your nearby Safeway today! ICE CREAM SNOW STAR 4 FLAVOURS pint ctn. APPLE JUICE TOWN HOUSE PURE CANADA CHOICE 48 fl. or. tin SUPER SAVER PRICES EFFECTIVE in tethbridge June 23 24. BREAKFAST GEMS, CANADA GRADE M MEDIUM SIZE PEANUT BUTTER FRESH EGGS PURE PLUM JAM ASST. MALLOWS EMPRESS HOMO OR CHUNK STYLE...... 43-oz. net wl. tin 2 doz. EMPRESS------48 fl. or. tin DAVIDS 14-ci. net wf. pkg. for 2 ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED ib. bag WHITE FLOUR CAKE MIXES LUNCH MEAT ROBIN HOOD ALL PURPOSE Paper bag 20-lbs. DUNCAN HINES, 13 FLAVOURS Ji 19-oz. net wt. pkg. JL. for SPORK........12-or. net tin for i GOIDEN YELLOW, BEST QUAUTY BANANAS WHITE POTATOES WATERMELON ROAST CALIFORNIA WASHED Cello bag 10 89 IMPORTED, FRESH RED, RIPE AND JUICY, WHOLE......... Ib. FULL SLICE CHUCK CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF Ib. ROUND STEAK SMOKED HAM CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF MAPLE IEAF WHOLE, HALF OR QUARTERS Ib. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY; CANADA SAFE Folk singer in Washington to protest Vietnam bombing RCMP bit more han police force By ANN BLACKMAN WASHINGTON (AP) "I'm >t a type ivho comes to said Joan Baez, having mo to Washington. "I mean, y feoling has been that to build a new society, you slay in your community and try to build it there." But the popular folksinger packed her guitar once again and flew east, this lime to help By STUART LAKE OTTAWA (CP) It would be :opia if all members of e RCMP were to accept all rectives without complaint, immissioner W. L. Higgitt said 3day. Eldest lunmer on record By CAROL KENNEDY LONDON (CP) Now Can- ada is getting its share riame for the coldest British summer in the weathermen's record books. The meteorological office at Bracknell, Berkshire, puts the tinger on the severe winter in northeast Canada which re- sulted in heavy formations of ce off Davis Strait and Lab- rador. The spring thaw broke loose an exceptionally large num- 3er of icebergs and strong northerly winds helped propel them much farther south than usual. Weather forecasters nere blame these bergs for cooling down the North Atlan- and bringing a chilly stream of air to Britain. The bergs are also threaten- ing shipping. On a recent voy- age to New York the Queen Elizabeth 2 changed course to avoid them. But the meteorological of- fice had some cold comfort. Only once in the last 50 years has a cold June been followed by an equally cold July and August. The odds were on bel- ter weather to come. Jnemployment n Britain falls LONDON (AP) Unemploy- ment iD Britain fell in June for he second month in a row, the employment ministry an flounced today. The new figure was down rom the more than one million obless listed earlier this year But the level was still abnor- mally high. The ministry's figures showe< Jritons out of work numberec on June 12, compared with a May figure of This was the biggest fall be- tween May and June since 1063 He was commenting in an I n- erview on an article critical of he force written by ex-corporal Jack Ramsay. It appears ui tne current edition of Macleans magazine. Commissioner Higgitt, who aid he has complained himself at times, said the RCMP has ieen given a heavy responsibil- ty in that Canadians consider it 'a bit more than just a police orce." It also Is an image of Canada and there was no incompati bil- ly in striving to retain the mage and be an efficient police 'orce, said the commissioner. He also quoted from a con- sultant's report in 1968 which gave the RCMP high marks for its esprit de corps and its high- ly-regarded reputation both at aome and abroad. The report is a confidential, internal document, said lha commissioner. But he quoted several paragraphs which ho made public on a Rcgina radio station. 'CAN TAKE PHIDE' The report said in part: "The HCMP is an lion in which all Canadians can take pride. It is a well-disci- plined and thorough police force whose members display a sense of duty and loyalty to an extent rarely found anywhere. "There is no organizational crisis at headquarters nor is it functionally ineffective. The RCMP has outstanding and ex- tra-ordinary assets in the loy- alty, dedication and integrity ot its recognized Internationally. "In so far as we are compe. tent to judge, the police aspects of the RCMP's operations and in relation to our reading op the subject, it Is our impres- sion that these are carried out, There was no suggestion, said the report, that the HCMP was a troubled organization. Commissioner Higgitt said that what the report had to say still stands today. organize a demonstration against the Nixon administra- tion's bombing of North Viet- nam. Thursday's protest, called Sing Around the Congress, is !or women and children who want to denounce what Miss 3aez calls "the slaughter of in- nocent people who couldnt make it to the bomb shelter on time." The plan is for the demonstra- tors to stand side by side encir- cling Ihe Capitol at noon, some- Jmes silent and sometimes singing. Later, Miss Baez said In an nteniew, anyone who wants to will go in to talk with his you know, :o have long discussions about whether the boys should be Jiere, but just to say 'Look, we're women and children, am! we can't stand it anymore.' ACTIVIST A LONG TIME A' 31, Joan Baez has been an activist for one cause or another for more than half her life. "I started rampaging when I was she said, "but the drive to stop people from killing each other has been going on since I was eight." Shortly after she married David Harris in the late 1960s, he was jailed for refusing army induction. While he was in prison, she had a son, Gabriel, now 2te. Shortly after their child was born, the Harrises separated. "It was sad, very Miss Baez said, "but 20 months in federal prison is not the way for a young marriage to get its foundation." Girl dancers rip off bras BOURNEMOUTH, England (Reuter) Nine girl dancers who ripped off their brassieres and burned them on a disco- theque floor here cost disc Joc- key Paul Hammond his job. Hammond played a record called Burn Your Bras, Girls at a discotheque la this south England seaside town and jok- ingly suggested that any wo- men's liberation supporters present should follow the song's advice. Nine girls did so. The club manager fired Hammond, not for encouraging Indecency, bu for causing a potential fire haz- ard. WINNER DIES Kirke L. Simpson, a Pulitzer prize winner in 1921 for Ills Asso- ciated Press story on the burial of the unknown sol- dier, itied iu Los Galos, Calif. He was 90. Protection souglit for Greenpeace VANCOUVER (CP) _ Ben Metcalfe, chairman of the Van- couver-based Greenpeace Foun- dation, said here he has asked the government of New Zealand to protect the yacht Greenpeace III, reported to be in the French nuclear testing zone in the Pacific. Mr. Metcalfe said he sent a telegram to the New Zealand government seeking protection for the yacht after failing to get a reply to a similar telegram to Prime Minister Trudeau in Ot- tawa. Mr. Melcalfe said ha expects the French to seize the Cana- dian yacht before going ahead with its planned nuclear test. In liis wire to New Zealand, he asked Prime Minister John Marshall to inform the govern- ment of France that France would be breaking international laws if il intercepted, impeded, harassed or otherwise Inter- fered with the progress of the Greenpeace III on the high seas. BEAUTY FAC2S EXTINCTION Ths gnwrt white of Canadoi Arclfc havn long been sought by royalty. According to Fred Bruemer in Weekend Magazine this Saturday, oil-rich Mfddfe East iheiks willing lo pay as much of for one. The price ii high becauss the pride of princes may soon become ex- tinct. Don't miss this sfory about the magmficent gryfolcon of Canada's norlh, IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE RODEO FINALS ALBERTA HIGH SCHOOL RODEO ASSN. Sunday, June 25 PINCHER CREEK AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS 1st go 9 a.m. Finals 2 p.m. Advance Ticket! RODEO CLUB MEMBERS Adults Students 75e PRIZE FOR ADVANCE TICKETS at Gate Adults Students SUPPORT HIGH SCHOO'. RODEO Another Canadian Quiz from __ Schenleylraidition. Yrhat can we say about our Schenley Tradition? That it is incredibly smooth? That it has become so popular we now blend over bottles a year? Better that you try SchenJey Tradition and find out first hand about the rye with the unique maple leaf medallion on the bottle. And while you're taking those! first promising sips, try this quiz and see how much you know about your country. 1 What are the official colours of the Vancouver Canucks? 2 A Gaelic word for "clear, r running water" is also the name of which Canadian city: Oshawa? Calgary? Estevan? 3 How many MP'ssitinthe House of Commons in Ottawa? 4 How many points has the sty- lized Maple Leaf on the Canadian flag? 5 What did Tom Longboat ever do? 6PhilMcGinnis, a reporter from liuntington, Quebec, did more for horse racing than just write about it. j 7 What was notable abnut Dr.E.H.Stowc? Answers: 'OSSI B! 3TCLUSJ JSJLJ 3IDE33q 31Ig j I uojduJtqj aq CI UCJ 3 Schenleylradition. So Canadian you can taste it. The Company that has been bringing you the Canadian Schenley Football Awards since 1553. ;