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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HMAID Wedneidoy, October 7, 1970 No Increase In Police Fatalities OTTAWA (CP) Five policemen were killed by criminal action in 1969, Do- minion Bureau of Statistics reported Tuesday. Despite a 4.2-per-cent in- crease in police strength to from in 1968, there was no increase in the number of officers killed. An additional five police- men lost their lives acciden- tally while on duty in 1969. Actual police strength was 93.5 per cent of the author- ized strength of 1.8 for each population in 1969. the same as the previous year. COSTS WILL DROP Communications experts say that satellites are going to pro- vide cheaper television and tele- phone costs. Farm Bill To Be Reintroduced OTTAWA (CP) Bill C-197 the federal government's at- tempt to establish national agri- cultural marketing boards, will be rointroduced in the next par- liamentary session which begins Thursday. The government bill is aimed at ending the regulatory chick- en-and-egg war that started after Quebec restricted sale of imported eggs on the Quebec market last spring. Five other provinces, Ontario, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, later legislated to restrict the import of surplus Quebec broiler chickens. Joe Hudson, spokesman for an independent egg producers group Tuesday urged more in- tensive study of tlie proposed bill before such "very compli- cated and all enabling legisla- tion" became law. In a brief, Mr. Hudson said his group opposed1 the bill on several fronts: It gives DO con- trol over Imports to the pro- agency; it provides no guarantee of producer partici- pation under the proposed regu- latory commission; it makes no allowance for increased bureau- cratic costs; it would erect pro- vincial barriers at the expense of regional trading areas. He said his group' wanted a national plebiscite to enable farmers to decide the issue. U.S. Missile Intercepted WASHINGTON (AP) A Spartan missile intercepted in flight an intercontinental ballis- tic missile nose cone high over the Pacific in the second suc- cessful test of the controversial Safeguard anti-ballistic missile system, the defence department announced Tuesday. The Spartan, fired Oct. 3 from the Safeguard test facility at Kwajalcdn atoll, was guided to the target above the earth's at- mosphere by the Safeguard sys- tem's prototype radar. Neither the Spartan nor the target ICBM nose cane launched miles away at Vandenfaerg Air Force Base, Calif., carried nuclear warheads. Officials said instruments snowed the Spartan flew close enough to.the target "to have caused its destruction in an ac- tual The first in the planned series of tests to use both the Spartan and its system was Aug. 28. Further extensive testing is planned before the first Safe- guard site becomes operational sometime in 1975. The first too sites will be built in Montana and North Da- kota near the Canadian border. In view of the length of time needed to correct the bill's defi- ciencies, Mr. Hudson said the legal and constitutional prob- lems brought about by newly established interprovincial trade barriers in the chicken-ahd-egg war, must be settled by the Su- preme Court. He said his gioup insisted this step be taken immediately to prevent Canada from becoming "10 countries instead of 10 prov- inces." Mr. Hudson said his group felt the bill was being pushed through by "many professionals and a privileged few" for their own benefit and that little or no help would reach "true fann- ers." He said larger operators and feed companies have enough money to buy up such things as egg quotas and wouH be pro- tected under the bill at the ex- pense of small producers. "No onfi should become rich by government legislation." Drug-Use Report Best Seller OTTAWA (CP) The Le Dain commission has a bes seller on its hands. A pocketbook of the com mission's interim report on non-medical drug use has sol( copies since last July, the commission said today. Demand has been so grea that another printing of is planned. The second edition will have a better index. Haste In printing prevented proper In dexing of the first edition. The pocketbook was produced by the Queen's Printer and is on safe in government bookstores from coast to coast. Informants say negotiations have been discontinued for a pocketbook abridgment of the report to have been produced by McClelland and Stewart., SMALL FARMS The average coffee farm in covers only eigh Columbia acres. Wootuc HEALTH AND BEAUTY DEPARTMENT With every purchase you make, ifs the bottom line of your sales slip that counts. At Woolco Health and Beauty Department ws save you money on your total purchases. That means you not only save on Special Sale items but you save on regu- lar shelf purchases everyday! Check and compare for yourself our low day-to-day Woolco Regular Prices. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALBERTA) LTD. A Division of the Dominion Citrus Company Limited FREE DELIVERY ON PRESCRIPTIONS Phono 328-8151 TOTAL PUBCHASES HERE'S PROOF you save everyday PARAMETTES CANADA'S NO. 1 VITAMIN Just one dose of Paramettes each day provides essential vitamins and minerals to help maintain good health. 20-ounce syrup Pleasant taste children love. Reg. Woolco Price 3.39. SALE 125 tablets Reg. Woolco Price 3.19. SALE 2159 2.69 PAK 4Abntns'Supply STERI-SOL Anil-bacterial oral antiseptic. 14-ounce battle. Reg. Woolco Price 1.19. SALE AGAROL GILLETTE PLUS The blade with the platinum chromium edge. Package of 5. Reg. Woolco Price .71. SALE MAGIC MOMENT Push-button hair coloring by Toni. Reg. Woolco 1 QQ Price 2.49. SALE I 'V9 SOFT AND DRI New non-sting ladies' anti-perspirant. 5-ounce spray. QQ Reg. Woolco Price 1.19. SALE "33 RIGHT GUARD ANTI-PERSPIRANT Protects against wetness. 8.5-ounce spray. Reg. Woolco 117 Price 1.39. SALE 1 I I THE DRY LOOK New aerosol hair groom for men. 3-ounce tin. Reg. Woolco CQ Price .89. SALE POLY-VI-SOL 6 essential vitamins for children. 100 chew- able tablets. 1 QQ Reg. Woolco Price 3.89, SALE I TRI-VI-SOL 3 basic vitamins for boys and girls. TOO chewable tablets. 4 Reg, Woolco Price 3.49. SALE I TRIND DM Treatment for cough and cold symptoms. 4 ounce bottle. Reg. Woolco Price 1.49. SALE TEMPRA DROPS Relieves pain, reduces fever, for 15 c.c. bottle. Reg. Woolco Price 1.09. SALE ENFALAC READY-TO-USE Simply pour into a clean baby bottle and use. Twelve 8.3-ounce cans. O Reg. Woolco Price 2.79. SALE C. The gentle family -laxative. bottle. Reg. Woolco Price 1.09. SALE LADY PATRICIA HAIRSPRAY Soft, firm or extra hold. 10-ounce .57 LADY PATRICIA SHAMPOO 1 4.5-ounce bottle. C "7 RAYETTE BATH ENSEMSLE 5-ounce Eoth Powder and 4.75 ounce Bath Oil in a beautiful gift package. Stock up now for Christ- mas gift giving. Reg. ACk Woolco Price 3.99. SALE WOOLCO COSMETIC BOUTIQUE Slicker In a variety of mix and match shades. SLICKER LIQUID FROST EYE SHADOW OR EYELINER Complete with easy application In- structions, won't streak or O fiA fade. C.UU SLICKER IIP OR NAIL POLSH All snowy white frost with the OC barest whisper of color. FACE SLICKER HIGHLIGHTER STICK See through frost over make- O CO up stick, 3 shades. fc.UU FACE SLICKER CREAM POLISHER Wear it over make-up to O brighten out shadows. C.UU FABERGE BRUT After shave, After Shower, After Any- thing! See the Brut line on display in our cos- metic boutique from 3.2-ounce SPLIT 1.25 to 13.50 Closed Monday. .Open Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to. 1 p.m.) Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive i'l Worm, Practical Footwear For The Small Fry siies Ut PA1R Reg. Waolco Price i.97. YOUR CHOICE Closed Monday. Open Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 am. lo 6 p.m. College Shopping Mdll 2025 Mayor Magrattf Drive ;