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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBHIUUB Refineries charged MONTREAL (CP) Three of Eastern largest sugar refineries were sent to trial Wednesday on charges of conspiring to increase prices and conspiring to prevent or lessen competition. Judge Charles Cliche of sions court ruled that evidence at tht preliminary hearing showed Atlantic Sugar Refineries Ltd., Redpath Industries Ltd. along with St. Lawrence Sugar Ltd. and SLSR Holdings Ltd. had "exercised an almost absolute SLSR Holdings Ltd. Is one panto Involved had violated control of the refined sugar company. combines legislation by coa- taktttry" from I960 to 1973. Crown Prosecutor Bruno J. spiring to overcharge an esti- Pateras had toU the prelimi- mated fl million during that St. Lawrence Sugar Ltd. and nary hearing that the'com- period. x Keep those promises you've mode to yourself with o little help from o Bonus Savings Recount. RrxLRoyol Certified Service helps you figure out houu much you con afford to save. When that first great idea grows into a promise you mean to keep, a Bonus Savings account at the Royal Bank can be very helpful It pays a healthy interest rate on your minimum monthly balance, with no cheques to tempt you in a weak moment. Open your own Bonus Savings account atrany branch of the Royal Bank. And to help get yourself organized for saving, pick up an application for our new Royal Certified complete package of all the daily banking services for just a month. By eliminating all other service charges. Royal Certified Service makes it easier to figure out where you stand with your money. And that, in turn, makes it easier to figure out how much you can afford to save. Royal Certified Service and a Bonus Savings account It they help you keep those promises you've made to yourself, we'll be keeping our promise as the helpful bank.. ROYAL BAN helpful bank fl dozen ways for us to be more hdpful. UNLIMITED CHEQUING OVERDRAFT PROTECTION SAFE DEPOSIT BOX PERSONALIZED CHEQUES CHEQUE CASHING-COAST TO COAST VACATION TRAVEL- BENEFITS ROYAL BANK CHAflGEX PAYYOURSELF SAVINGS SERVICE NO CHARGE BILL PAYMENTS NO CHARGE TRAVELLERS CHEQUES NO CHARGE MONEY ORDERS Vi% REDUCTION ON TERMPLAN LOAN RATE HAROLD WILSON Ulster lost cause: LONDON (CP) violence and death again rip through Northern Ireland, a conviction seems to be growing behind the scenes at Westminster that no solution imposed or enforced by Britain may ever achieve success. Sources say this feeling is strongest among members of the new Labor government but they contend it also has consid- erable support among the opposition Conservatives. It is unlikely to manifest itself in any hasty change of policy by the British, they add, and the new secretary for Ulster, Merlyn Rees, will likely expand the number of troops in the six counties temporarily if the latest wave of bombing and shooting worsens. Rees and Prime Minister Harold Wilson both stress publicly that they are still committed to maintain the policies of the former Tory government which combined heavy military security with efforts to promote political stability. The political solution, however, which appeared so promising when it was set up last fall, seems to have failed completely. Violence, which in mid- 1973 dropped to its lowest level in four years, is soaring. But at the same time almost unnoticed by the public, the number oi British troops in Ulster has begun declining, howevei slowly. The British forces which at one time reachec nearly in Ulster, now stand at about Some unconfirmec reports say the aim is tc reduce the numbers more than within few years and eventually tc which was the size ol the British garrison before the troops became peace keepers in August, 1969. Some Westminstei officials believe the political solution offered bj the British last autumr was the best and last rea hope for a quick end to th ;