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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___Wednesday, November 22, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Court reverses rulings in Chicago Seven case CHICAGO (AP) A federal Hoffman ami con- appeals court reversed Tuesday Hie convictions of the five of Lhe .so-called Chicago Seven defend- ants found guilty of crossing slate lines to incite rioting at the Democratic party's na- tional convention here. Cleared were David T. Del- linger, Abbic Hoffman, Rennie Davis, Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden. Tlie 7fh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Lhe defend- ants' constitutional rights had been violated. It said, however, that the government may rc-liy the five. The five were among eight I anti-war activists indicted on several charges in connection with the violence at the Demo- cratic convention. Tlie trial of one of the eight, Black Panther leader Bobby Seale, was severed because of vicled Feb. Ill, 1N70 of crossing slate lines to incite a riot at the time of the convention. They and the. two additional defendants, John R. Froines, 31, and Lee Weiner, 31, were found not guilty of the main charge of conspiring to plot the violence that look place. Froines and Weiner were found not guilty of teaching the use of an incendiary device. The original four-month trial before Judge Julius ,1. Hoffman was a stormy one marked by the defence hurling epithets at Ihe judge and the judge count- layers, were sentenced for ccniempl by Hoffman after the (rial ended. Sealc liad been sen- tenced for contempt earlier and a mistrial declared in his case. The government did not re-try Ssalc. his courtroom outbursts. Of the remaining seven, I The 7Lh U.S. Circuit Court of Rubin, Hayden, I Appeals reversed the contempt THE UNIVERSITY The Division of Continuing Education presents a three-day seminar on: MANAGEMENT December 6, 7 ond 8, 1972 Trom o.m. to p.m. al The Universily of Calgary This scminor has been prepared for persons involved in or project managemcnl lunc- (ions. II should he of porliculor inleresl lo foremen, supervisors, project engineers or managers who have been recently promoted lo a supervisory or odminislro- live capocily and are now confronted with cosl, quality and process control, scheduling ond planning responsi- bilities. Seminar Leaders: Professors A. A Torvi and W E. Eder, Department of Mechanical Engineering The University of Calgary. Fee: (includes notes, workshop materials and three Rcaislralion Fees ore lax deduct- ible. Deadline for Registration: November 27, 1972 Tor further information or brochures, contact the Division of Continuing Education al 2B4-5431. I convictions of all 10 earlier this year. The court cited a 1971 U.S. Supreme Court decision that said a trial judge should disqualify himself from con- tempt proceedings if the cita- tions are not made until the end of the trial. In arguing before the appeals panel for reversal of the con- victions of the five, lawyers claimed thai, the anti-riot sec- tion of the Civil Rights Act of 19W) under tvhich the defendants were indicted violated their clients rights under the con- stitution. They also accused U.S. Dis- trict Court Judge Hoffman of "blatant antagonism" and fa- voring the prosecution over the defence. The government contended that the accusations against Hoffman were unwarranted and said nothing done by the judge during the trial could have af- fected the verdict since the jury rendered three separate ver- dicts. Tlie main thrust of the de- fence appeal concerned Lhe wording of the law which is "crossing slate lines with the intend to incite rioting." The defence argued that this is a crime "to have a stale of mind." Russian oil officials to attend EDMONTON (CP) Repre- senlatives of the Russian oil industry arc expected lo attend the 24fh annual lechnical niee1.- ing of Ihe petroleum society of Ihe Canadian Institute of Min- ing and Metallurgy here next May B-12. At least four technical papers will be presented by the Rus- sians and a number of Russian diplomats are expected to terd the meeting, the sociely says in a news release. The theme of the session is "Enhanced Recovery." ACROBATIC TROUPE Chang Ying-wu (foreground) lo crowd as members of the Acrobatic Art Troupe of Ihe People's Republic of China arrive in Ottawa on a direct flight from Peking. Tlie Ircupe will begin its first Norlh American tour al Ihe National Arts Centre nexl Wednesday. man Sun-sationai Golden like Ihe sunshine of llic Okanagon Valley ond delicious like you wouldn't believe1 The B.C. Golden Delicious oflen railed Ihe "gourmel apple" because il's such a pertecl ceiling apple crisp and juicy, wilh a chslinc- livo llavour Ihal's like no olher apple you've ever I nod. at others in egg game By UOL'O .SM.4L i sutlers whal lli'jy already kelHig EoanJ iuJd llm agjicul- OTTAWA (CP) A Nova j Ihal stable prices don't Lure oullook conference here Scotia chicken man pecked imcan raisers may once away at others in Ihe ogrc husi- i TUnnngc-r Paul Gervason of again flood the markd nexl ness Tuesday and (old con- the Nova Scolin Chicken Mar- Producers have followed a "nihilistic ;md almost maso- chistic development pattern'1 for the cpg industry, lie said. "Bad days always followed good and by Ihe lime pood days were again evident (hero al- ways were fewer producers around to share lie said. Cut Mr. Gcrvsson said he lias lo be convinced that a national i egg marketing plan, signed 1 Monday by all provinces but j Newfoundland, "will cure this pattern.'' I The plan would dole out a set yearly prcc'uction n[ 475 million dozen accurdiuj: to quotas amoiip prounce.s and cpg rai- sers. .By controlling Lhe supply, advocates nf the plan say egg prices should stabilize and swings in the market should I Consumer nd vocal rs. ever, have arcrued thai such 1 controls will drive up cpg pi-ices. STPIKKS BACK Mr. Gen asoa struck bnt'k, firrt however, thai prices will drop in 197.'! if pro- ducers follow cniTonl pre- dictions and apnin create a sur- plus. j ''The existence ol na'ional I mr.rkcliiifi for CJJRS. chickens and pos- sibly o'.her t'ommodilie.s in j years will mcr.n a sla- biliiy (o prices that we have not experienced in the pasl. "But wirn of slablc ar.d corsumcr.s talk of stable prices.' we are generally not talking Ihe same "When a consumer says prices. 1 he really low prices. 1 nf Plplilc wire-. prices Ihal move alony a Irend line cs- Inhlishcd by Ihe rate of Iccli- the costs of ir.pi'Is the existence and of inflation. Stability can bo on a rla( plane, an up- ward or ward drifting piano. "The plnne is established by I be general cfiMiomv." Mr. said I lie egg marketing first to be signed under federal markelinc legislation passed early this year -Appears lo reflect "noth- ing MI much as (ho old House- hold FiiKuico school of econom- ies- put all lillle debts in liiio Itonr-crushing basket can provide all Icgislaliun Ihal we could 1 ever need. thei'o's no assnr- at leaM in cunvnl piTMMMU1 Iliat it be SKNSK i Mr. (lerva.son >anl it .simply did not make Ihal the country could face even a po- tential rgg surplus Ihe in- tlusliy should be entering a IT- j covery stage from surpluses in Ihe pasl. l.aM year, Iho govorn- j menl paid farmers to kill Ihon- sands of liens In cut Die I number nf eg; In ket. Such ln'rd.v. usually the flocK's iMnin.1-! layers, ondeil iiji nn supennarlu'l siiehes or res- i Inurjinl plntcs. You hove Ovilrn u Goliien Dckiuiio Apple, bul hcx'o you over u 'B.C.'Gokicn Delicious Apple? Theies ci l.nc) iliiiorencc. Ours QIC ci juicier, more of Goldon flavour. Tiy oui losle sun .-ulinn Golden Delicious Apples Ranchlanci's Home Freezer Eudget Plan We have had many requesls for a budget plan, and it is now available to you. You may purchase a side of beef or a variety of meat ilems and pay over 6 or 1 2 months. 10% Down 9 No payments until January, 1973 9 With the purchase of or more a 10-lb. grade A turkey. Q Special low prices All meats guaranteed Blast Frozen Expertly selected and trimmed Also available with payments up to 36 months. START WITH THESE TREMENDOUS FREEZER FILLERS CANADA GRADE "A" OR "B" CUT AND WRAPPED TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS CEITVirr 22S-275 Ib. Average, 115-150 Ib. Average Ib. Ib. FRONTS 115-150 Ib. Averaga Ib. 8 P 61" SIDES OF PORK 60-80 Ib, Aver- age Ib. PORK IQMS 10-14 Ib. Average Ib. BEEF SAUSAGE .93 WE HAVE A C OMPLETE LINE OF All MEAT ITEMS INCLUDING FISH, POULTRY, IAMB, VEAL ALL GUARANTEED AND ALL FROM GOVERNMENT INSPECT- ED PLANTS. 0-PLENTY CHOICE LITE SIDES Ib. PORK CHOPS RIBEND ,b. PORK LOIN ROAST BUTT T FORK STEAK 790 PORK SAUSAGE .T. Ib. RANCH STYLE SMOKED riaiics TURKEYS CANADA GRADE B LILYDALE YOUNG 6-10 LBS. Ib. Prices effective Nov. 23, 24, 25. Wn Hosrrvn Iho Rigl'.l fo Limit Westminster Plaza Phone 328-0637 ;