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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 14, 1974 'SUGAR ADS TELL HALF THE STORY' VICTORIA (CP) Consumer Services Ministei Phyllis Young said Friday full-page advertisements placed in newspapers by the Western Canadian sugar industry tell only half the story about the jump in sugar prices. The minister said in a news release the adver- tisements were correct in saying prices have es- calated due to crop failures in such large producing countries as Russia and Cuba. "But the fact remains that sugar prices have gone up faster in Vancouver then anywhere else in Canada." Ms. Young said there is evidence that the Western refining industry is setting its prices in an artificial manner based on eastern prices rather than reflecting B.C.'s supply and demand. A spokesman for a major food store in the lower mainland said Friday that four months ago the price of white refined sugar was for the ten pound bag and cost the store Prices one month ago were to the consumer and to the store. Prices today are to the consumer and to the store. Ms. Young questioned whether the effectiveness of a current boycott is the reason why the sugar industry, in the ads, urges consumers not to deny themselves "the benefits of sugar." "For heaven's sake, keep Ms. Young advised. "If prices are beginning to go down, they'll keep going down." 300 search for Moncton policemen Beef gift to aid hungry New subsidy bolsters cows OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment stepped in Friday to help cattlemen cope with the current slump in cow prices, announcing a new mil- lion subsidy program and plans to buy up million of low-grade beef for food aid. MONCTON, N.B. (CP) More than 300 police-led sear- chers fanned out today over both banks of the Petitcodiac River just west of here in the search for two missing city policemen. "We live in said Insp. Douglas Turner, co- ordinating search efforts for Cpl. Aurele Bourgeois, 47, and Constable Michael O'Leary, 33, believed abducted 'early Friday morning by armed men who kidnapped a 14-year- old boy earlier. The 115-man Moncton police force was being assisted by RCMP and police from Saint John, Sussex and other areas. The federal penitentiary ser- vice volunteered its officers in the region and CNR police joined the searchers before noon today. Squads of three and four po- licemen each entered woods and searched along railway cuttings in the Salisbury area today, 20 miles west of here, and Insp. Turner said he was trying to use "available intelligence and assumptions" WINTER GAMES And YOU! From February 11 to 23 of next Alberta will host the Winter you a citizen have unique opportunity to ensure the tucceu o Foremost Community Carol Festival, Foremost................... 148.00 Total Total to Date OWNING REAL ESTATE could wtclth to you! Extra income from rent and the ever Increasing value of property are the rewards. Learn how to acquire real eatate and make it work for you; how to itart with limited capital and compound email Into large holdings. Our purely Canadian course has helped thousands; let It also help you. For free brochure write: The Canadian Property Minaten Association 311 as Sparks Street, Dept. tlO OTTAWA, Ontario KIP 5A7 ;