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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliirty-one years ago Elmer Fischer started work at Wayne Stale University in Detroit as a janitor. Next July, wlicn lie is 65, he will be leaving with tour academic deg r e c s, his mops and pails Tar behind him. "I might go leach scupllure in some small Negro college in the he said. "Or I 'iMWl Patrick was a student, f Maryvonne a waitress f f, Roy Brooks, 55, a real estate agent whose addiction to truth "'jMHilf made him a British institution, TJ died in London. Imtw J A typical Brooks advertise- VKSBbfiFroHF mcnt once offered "glum atJc flat for rich midgets" and still sold. Anolher classic "lira- down Victorian relic, back bed- A room suitable only for dwarf" would-be buyers. Brooks started his agency in 19.14 and built it into one of the largest in London. Ont. (CP) Thp federal government should encourage Canadians to divert billion of their foreign investments, bank savings, and Canada Savings Bond holdings into Canadian development, George Hees, former Conservative trade minister says. He said if this were done, Canada could curtail foreign investment in Canada and reinforce Canadian ownership and control of industry without loss of jobs. Mr. Hees said the question of economic nationalism and fear of foreign control of Canadian industry has been debated largely in an emotional atmosphere, assuming that if foreign investment were curtailed, Canadian investment would grow to take its place. But such a switch would not take place "unless conditions are created which would persuade those who control savings in this country to make such a change in their investment he said. Or I might lust find some nice small town that needs a funeral Fischer said with a grin. In December, he will receive a master's degree in fine arts. Fischer, married and the father of an adult son, already has earned bachelors degrees in history, mortuary science and sculpting. Seagoing Prime Minister Edward Heath rescued a teen-aged boy and girl tire other day with his yacht Morning Goud, but the operation was conducted with typical British reserve. Heath steered his yacht alongside an upturned racing dinghy in heavy seas off England's east coast and called to the couple clinging to the tossing boat: "Do you wish to be They did, and Heath's crew hauled them aboard. The teenagers were not identified. 1: Senator Edward M. Kennedy, has reaffirmed that he will not seek the Democratic party's presidential nomination and said he will not endorse any other candidate in advance of the July, 1972, Democratic convention. Kennedy, Just returned from a visit to India, was repeatedly questioned about his political plans at a National Press Club luncheon. 4 Patrick. 19, and Maryvonnc, 21 were so happy they decided to die-In the bright morning, they drove the little car up on the cliffs above the English Channel at Le Treport. They wrote a letter. Then they headed the Fiat for a 300-foot drop to the beach below. They explained in the letter they were so happy that they wished their love to become research grants made OTTAWA (CP) -Two research agencies and a university have been awarded in grants for coal research, it was announced today. The grants, part of a total fund of made available by the energy department, have been made to: Research Council of Alberta, Research Council of Saskatchewan, University of Western Ontario, V '''ir ELMER FISCHER Pail-mop days in the News Victor Grant of Wrexham, England, has been quietly sav- 1 ing up for a new car. j So quietly in fact, that he did not even tell his wife, Ma-bel, alMiit it until she threw a bundle of old clothes into the trash. The bundle was the secret hiding place where Victor kept his savings, more than and before he discovered its loss, the trash had been collected. Desperately. Victor hired a mechanical digger, and clawed away at the local garbage dumps but after two days he had to admit defeat. A sanitation department official said that in any case the money probably had been churned to a pulp in the garbage truck. CUT PEAKS Ice Age glaciers cut more lhan five dozen peaks over feet in Rocky Mountain National Park in murd From Ronlcr-AP WASHINGTON (CP) An estimated people were murdered in the United States last year and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover warned today that police were unable to stop the rising tide of slaughter Hoover said in his annual crime report thai more than one quarter of the killings resulted from feuds between relatives or friends, which police were powerless to prevent. "It follows, therefore, that criminal honucide is lo a major extent a national social problem beyond police lie said. The huge 1D70 murder list-averaging more than 40 in U.S. a represents a rise of 76 per cent in 10 years. A total of 9.000 people were muraered in the U.S. in 19HJ. Last year's figures were eight per cent higher than the 19G9 murder rate. The number of policemen killed rose In 100 from 06. an increase of 16 cent. Total crime increased 11 per cent during 1 76 per cent since I960. But the increase last year was less than the 12 per cent in 1969 ar.d 17 per cent in visit Britain LONDON (AP) Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India will visit Britain Oct. 31 to Nov. 3. the government announced Monday. COST The average personal health care bill for all ages in the United States was in Investment plan urged Have You Ever Visited The You Save Money Because You Buy At On Every Item You Buy Chesterfield Suites Bedroom Suites Coffee Tables Lamps Kitchen Suites Etc. Top Quality 100% Guaranteed THERE ARE NO BIGGER SAVINGS ANYWHERE YOU HAVE TO SEE IT FOR YOURSELF 1801 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-4811 Located Noxl To Ann't OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. Wednesday, September 1, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 SAFEWAY We're in the holiday mood, too, with a big lineup of money-saving buys for the big weekend coming up! Stock-Up Now. Prices Effective in Lethbridge Sept. 2-3-4 FRESH BUNS i Snow Star. Four Flavours to Choose From i Skylark Hamburger or Hot Dog I 8100! for I I PEANUT BUTTER LEMONADE CHOI PUFFS TPOTA'TO CHIPS'] I Party Pride Dipper, Regular j Assorted Flavours. Easy Open Zip Top ,n vinegar..........9-oz. net wt. I Jfe AM Empress Homo or Chunk Style. .....................48-oz. nel wt. tin Bel Air Frpzen Cpncentrale. Pink or Regular. 6-fl. oi, (in 1 .29 ,00 Busy Baker...................... 16-oz. net wl. pkg. _ _TL _ J INSTANT COFFEE net wl. jdF 1 ,59 CREAMED HONEY T WM t A tf I Iflbffl I I IfclM Manor House Frozen Chicken, Turkey, Beef. S-oi. net wt. for J I Chicken Manor House Frying Frozen Whole Canada Grade A Served Fried or Barbecued Ib. TV SMOKED 39 BONELESS CHUCK W PRFFK 1 I'00 U II El til W II Ml I LV Thompson Seedless............ Fresh V Ibs. I FRESH We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities, SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;