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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Docombor 5, 1970 New wor deal urged by Canada lly STEPHEN SCOTT UNITED NATIONS (CP) Canada called Friday for a new international regime to deal with conservation of high-seas fisheries. A. J. Bcesley. head of the legal department in Ottawa, warned in a speech here that in- ti'rnationa! conflicts could de- velop if world action is not taken to conserve fisheries re- sources. "Canada believes that both the coastal fishing stales and the distant-water fishing states of the world must realize that a rational svstem of fisheries con- scrvalion, maiiagcinent and ex- ploitation is required in the common interest of all con- cerned." Distant-water fisheries is a reference to the activities of such countries as Japan and the Soviet Union, who send fishing fleets throughout the world. So- viet ships have frequently been a cause of concern to Canada. Beesley said aii alternative to rational conservation of fish- eries outside national fishing zones is "the possibility of inter- national conflict. "To avoid chaos and conflict and to conserve tlie living re- sources of the sea, it is essential that the countries of the world should agree first of all to make adequate provision for the spe- cial rights and responsibilities of the coastal states, and sec- ondly, to join together in a new Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION JJJlVIAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPtEY OPTICAt 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 Rolls-Royce raises price LONDON (Reuter) tion of resources." Beesley was speaking to the j General Assembly's main politi- cal committee, which was deal- Ung with the complex issue of 'the seabed, including exploita- i tion of it. He also gently chided coun- The i tries that have been criticizing cost of buying a Rolls-Royce car will be higher as of yesterday, the company an- nounced. Tlie price rise, itself as great as the total cost of some lesser cars, is still only a fraction of the Rolls-Royce's total price tag which now will Canada's unilateral action in de- claring a 12-mile limit over coastal waters. He mentioned that other coun- tries had taken unilateral action in various oceans, including damping of nerve gas and con- ducting "dangerous experi- be for the standard Sil-1 ments for scientific and military ver Shadow model. 'purposes." Deny crying babies dropped into surgical trash cans NEW YORK (AP) Charges by the Roman Catholic bishops that crying babies have been "dropped into surgical trash cans" by doctors performing legal abortions have been at- tacked by medical and family planning spokesmen as "asi- nine" and "inflammatory." The eight bishops issued a statement Wednesday in Al- bany, reiterated their de- termination to work for repeal of New York state's liberalized abortion law. It declared: "Each day the doctors per- forming abortions grow wealth- ier from the killing of unborn children some who have been heard to cry as they were dropped into surgical trash cans." The reference to crying and surgical trash cans was charac- terized Thursday by Dr. Carl Goldmark, a gynecologist and obstetrician who is chairman of the ad hoc committee on abor- tion of the Medical Society of the State of. New York as a "ri- diculous perfectly asinine statement." conceding that a baby delivered prematurely at 24 weeks conceivably could cry, he said, "I've never heard a baby cry at that stage." The reference to 24 weeks was used because legal abortions, under the law passed last spring, can only be performed during the first 24 weeks of pregnancy. "First of Goldmark said, "if tlie baby were viable (capa- ble of remaining it woulc not be put in a surgical can. If it's a dead fetus, it won't cry. And if it were alive at 24 weeks, you wouldn't hear it cry." Dr. Alan F. Gutlraaclier, president of Planned Parent- hood-WorW Population, s a i c that while the Catholic church's opposition to abortion is well- known, "it is regrettable that such inflammatory accusations should be used to justify thai opposition and to deny women the right of free choice in this highly personal decision." WINS FORD GRANT NEW YORK (CP) The Ford Foundation announced today a grant to the University of Toronto for re- search in reproductive biology. The grant was one of five total- ling about million for re- search and training in the field, and the University of Toronto was the only Canadian institu- tion to be named as a recipient. Open letter to shareholders of Western Canadian Seed Processors Limited from Canada and Dominion Sugar Company Ltd. December 5, 1970, DEAR SHAREHOLDERS: Canada and Dominion Sugar Company Ltd. is a diversified company with Canadian shareholders. We have operations in Calgary and Vancouver and across Canada and are affiliated with a group of companies operating around the world. Canada and Dominion Sugar is one of the oldest and largest food com- panies in Canada and through diversification is growing with the nation. Our experience and market research indicate there is a good potential for us in edible oil, for national consumption and for export. We have the know-how and financial backing to expand edible oil processing and marketing. This is why we will go into this aspect of the food business. Contrary to the suggestion, 'there could be a major policy change in respect of the supply source (of if our offer is accepted, we are anxious to expand farmer production of this cash crop. We would prefer to do this through Western Canadian Seed Processors, now operating at two-thirds capacity. The alternative is to launch our own facility. We recognize and wish to maintain the efficient and imag- inative management of W.C.S.P. That was one of our considera- tions when we decided to offer per share-49 per cent more than the average closing price in two weeks prior to November 16. The 1970 market low was The high of was registered more than two years ago. Our offer to shareholders is open until December We urge you to consider it carefully. It is contingent upon 51 per cent of outstanding shares being deposited with Royal Trust Co. YOURS TRULY, CANADA AND DOMINION SUGAR COMPANY LTD. NO DOWN PAYMENT NO PAYMENTS TILL 71 ON SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY SAVE 3.01 LADIES' CORDUROY SLIMS Wide wale corduroy. Fly front, 2 patch packets. Beige, Brown, Olive. Sizes 7 to 15. Reg. Waolco Price SALE 4.99 SAVE .65 GIRLS' SLIMS Flare leg style. Checked pattern. Gold, Red, Pink. Sizes 4 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 2.64. SALE SAVE 4.88 GIRLS' DRESSY COATS Pile collar. Blue, Red, Green. Sizes 7 to H. Reg. Woolco Pries 19.76. SALE SAVE 1.68 LADIES' SWEATERS Cardigans and pullovers. Many styles to choose from. White, Blue, Navy, Sizes S.M.t. Reg. Woolco Price 4.67. SALE 1.99 14.88 2.99 WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALTA.) LTD. A Division of Ihe Dominion Citrus Company Limited TABU GIFT SET Contains Vi oz. bath oil and 2 oz. cologne. SPECIAL PRICE 4.50 SAVE .76 MEN'S MOCK TURTLE NECK KNITTED SHIRTS AND JAC SHIRTS Permanent press. Knitted cuffs., v-neck inlayi with contrasting trim. Green, Gold, Blue, Brown, Navy. Sizes Reg. Woolco Price 4.87, SALE 4.11 MONDAY 3 P.M. TIME SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) INVITATION CHOCOLATES 123.a-ounce box. An ideal gift for Christmas. Wooleo Pries SPECIAL SAVE 1.11 MEN'S KNITTED SHIRTS 3 button front and mock turtle styles, tong sleeves. Dupont Nylon, luxurious silk-like feel. Fabric will not snag, pill or shrink. Fully machine washable no ironing re- quired. Brass, Green, Blue or Brown. Reg. Woolco Price 7.99 to 9.99 6QQ Q OQ .OO O.OO CANADEC TREE ORNAMENTS Extra strong tree balls in assorted designs and colors. Reg, Woolco Price ,76. 2 .63 HALF PRICE FALL FLOWER CLEARANCE Choose from assorted artificial flowers. Reg. Woolco Pries 10 for .88 to .39 each SALE ,Q to ,.20 COLORFUL RIBBON 60 feet of ribbon In assorted widlhs ond colors. 10 hanks per package. Reg. Woolco Price .88. SALE JEWELLERY DEPT. SAVE TO 1.98 MUSICAL DOLLS Wind the stand and she turns lo the music. Two styles to choose from. Wedding and assorted national costumes. Different tunes. Reg. Woolco Price 6.97 ond 7.95. SALE SAVE GRAND PRIX SKIS Laminated core sandwiched between layers of fibreglass. Mefal top and ABS heel protector. Complete with thunder step- in heel units and toe pieces. Sizes 175, 185, 195 and 205 CM. Reg. Woolco Price 79.97. SET 5.97 64.97 FROM THE RUG DEPT. SAVE TO 3.11 SPANISH TAPESTRIES 2 siies to choose from. 20" x 40" or 49" x Assorted scenes and Reg. Woolco Price 3.99 and 15.99 12.88 FROM THE SMOKE SHOP SiLLISCULPTS A novelly gift idea. Unique figurines with funny expressions and moltos. Reg. Woolco Price 2.37. SALE 1.77 TUESDAY 10 A.M. TIME SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONtY) 28 Outdoor Light Set Assorted colors. Total length 38 ft. Reg. Woolco Price f 7.97. SALE SAVE NATIVITY SETS 5.97 Includes 11 figurines. All figures are attach- ed to the floor of the stable. Reg. Woelco Price 7.97. SALE SAVE SAMSON DOMINION ELECTRIC KETTLES Stoinles steel finish, smart Black handle. 2 quart size. Automatic shut-off if kettle boils dry. One year replacement guarantee. Reg. Woolco Price 7.99. SALE FROM THE PAINT DEPT. SAVE JEWEL ART ON "BLACK VELVET" Complete with genuine hardwood Ironic, hand finished in Antique Gold. Instructions ond all materials are included. 20" x kit. Reg. Woolco Price 18.97. SAIE 5.99 11.97 SAVE .45 IADIES1 VINYL MOCCASINS Black, Alabaster, Blue or Pink, Sizes 5-815, Reg. Woolco Price 1.45. SALE 51 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to I p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. LIMITED QUANTITIES College Shopping Malt 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;