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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta KAYE STEVENS, night club wants 1o become the first Ame form in Communist China. "Sor culture to Ihe she says me." comedienne and sii rican entertainer to lebody should bring "and it might as we nger per- our I be -Wednesday, September 8, 1971 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 9 Misleading advertising campaign Court upholds conviction against cigarette firm By GEHAHD McNEfL OTTAWA (CP) Another judgment in a growing body of law to protect the consumer lias been handed down by the Su- preme Court ot Alberta's appel- late division. The judgment upholds a con- viction o[ Imperial Tobacco Products Ltd. for misleading advertising in a 19fi9 campaign based on the ad: in Every Pack of New Casino." Rejecting Imperial Tobacco's contention that the Crown had to prove the company intended to deceive, Mr. Justice H. G. Johnson says: "It is not necessary in this case lor the Crown to prove mans real (guilty intent) any more than it would be where a Uiief is caught removing money from a till." Mi-. Justice E. W. S. Kane, in the main judgment, said the case is complete once it is shown that an untrue statement has been published. The Crown didn't have In "show that some person was misled." Imperial Tobacco had argued that there were no com- plaints from the public about the campaign. The company further argued j fine against Imperial To- that no reasonable man would have believed there was ki every package of the Casino cigarettes, a trial brand, since withdrawn, which it was testing on the Alberta market. MIGHT EXPECT CASH The Crown argument was that "the ignorant, the unthinking and the credulous" might be in- duced to buy under Ihe notion that packages contained cash. The packages actually con- tained a game card that gave buyers one chance in 400 to win Mr. Justice Kane upheld a bacco and an order prohibiting it from continuing the offence. lie modified Ihe order of pro- hibition however, striking out paragraphs forbiding Imperial j Tobacco from "doing any act or thing" to continue the offence, or publishing any statement in the future in cigavcUu promo- tion that purported to ho fact but was unlruc. Mr. Justice Kane noted an agreement within the tobacco industry to cease campaigns of the Casino It was unwar- ranted to suggest in thc order of munis again, he said. If it did, it could ahrays be proscci'lcd. The unanimous judgment I means that if Imperial Tobaccn decides to go to the Supreme Court of Canada it will have to seek leave to appeal. students hall registration STURGEON FALLS, Ont. (OP) Angrv French-speaking prohibition that Imperial To- students Tuesday virtually halted bacco would publish false sUte- EMerly couple waits, wonders if they'll get road to farm PRIDDIS' Lan- caster and his wife are begin- ning a second month of captiv- ity on their farm tlus week, vic- tims of a dispute between a neighboring rancher and the municipal council. For years the elderly couple had road access to their farm on an extension of neighbor Cederic Hopper's driveway. Aug. 6, Mr. Hopper barri- I caded the route over his land FO that the Foothills municipal council would be forced to res- cue Mr. Lancaster by honoring a long-standing promise to pro- vide a public road to the farm. Mr. Lancaster, 76, has been making infrequent trips by fool for one-half mile to reach the nearest public road. His lawyer, J. H. Spear of Calgary, said: "lie's an old man and defin- itely not helping his health Mr. Lancaster said the dis- pute has to be settled "before the snow flies" at the latest be- cause he must have a road to haul out hay and grain before winter. The council has not commit- ted itself on a definite pro- ject, but councillor Fred Ball said he hopes an unspecified project will win council approv- al when it meets Thursday in High River. Asked if he intended to at- ail registration of students at Sturgeon Falls secondary -c-hnni alter a board of education offi- cial was haiiged in effigy. About 400 French-speaking students demanding separate French- and English-language tend the council meeluig, Mr. 1 SCCOIKlary sdlools in Lancaster replied: "I've got no way of getting down there. You can't impose on your friends too much, you know." Mr. Hopper has indicated he raunily of blocked door- ways at. Hie secondary school as sludcnls began returning to Several minor scuffles were reported as borne students tried to shoulder their way through the placard-carrying pickets. Police were on hand hut there were no serious inridcrii.s. The school had J.UOO students last semester and between and students had been ex- pected to enrol today. From a gallows on the back of a half-ton truck the students hanged a straw effigy of board of education trustee Richard Tasel, who has spoken against separation into tv.'o schools. The town of about 20 classes following the summer holidavs. By a.m.. n mil reopen his driveway to the i thc fewer miles wesl of B 1'ian 100 Lancaster, until an alternate .English-speaking-had braved I heen thc Ecenc unrest for route, is completed, if council picket lines to enter the' about two years as demands rYcidcs on a definite in T--'-r'r- mounted for two schools. imported, porcelain china Snow Star 4 flavours by CROWN VICTORIA Tomato Catsup Jelly Powders Ice Cream French Fries Green Peas Black Tea Bags Crabapple Jelly Plain Yogurt Taste Tells Tangy Flavour .....II fl. oz. bile. Empress assl. Flavouri 3-oz. net wt. pkg. chot m. 4i89c 12H00 6 pint 4 .15 ctn. I .00 For Personal Care wet Soap Shampoo Deodorant Camay Regular 6 bars In poly bag Mennen Protein 11 far Dry, Reg. PQ or Oily Hair.......... 7-fl. ex. bile. J Mennen Speed Stick "f O net wt. tube y Canterbury O.P. Pkg. of 125 bag! lucerne Fresh 32-oz. net wt. ctn. 1 .49 2H00 59C f V05 Lemon m nn Creme Rinse I-29 Playtex Regular or Super Tampons Deodorant Razor Blades n I Schicl[ Injector Razor Blades 1 Schick Super Double Edge pkg. of 6 Buy one basic piece each week each Wide range of beautiful matching completer pieces on sale at alltirrvis THIS WEEKS FEATURE PEEK FREAN BISCUITS Digestive, Shortcake, Fruit Cream, Home Assorted 15-16-oz. net wt. pkg. Discount Prices Chocolate Drink Dipper bo, 73c Graham Wafers wl. pk, 87c I STANDING RIB ROAST i I I 1st 5 ribs oven ready, easy to carve Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Ib. i Tenderloin Pork; Whole to Bake, Frenched to Fry Ib. Olympic; Reg. or All Beef 24c CUP Sauce Mix French.s Spa Golden Syrup Rogeri Grape Jelly ior 42c White Vinegar OI. 72c Saran Wrap DoW............mvxsoti. ran 36c w, 5.ib. lin 1.00 1" Thick Rib Roast 59c Blade Chuck Roost Blade bone 45c Pork 65c Side Bacon Lean, easy to carve Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Ib. Blade bone removed. Canada Choice Canada Good Beef.....Ib. and double loin Ib. I I I Cooked Ham I Lunch Meats I Cheese, Pickle-Pimenlo, Cli Garlic Sticks 59c Ti'fflBl I I I960. CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED I We Reserve Tlie Riglit To Limit Quantities. ;