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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Court reverses rulings in Chicago Seven case CHICAGO (AP) A federal appeals court reversed Tuesday Hie convictions or the five of the so-called Chicago Seven defend- ants found guilty of crossing state lines to incite rioting at the 1968 Democratic party's na- tional convention here. Cleared wore David T. Del- linger, Abbie Hoffman, Rennie Davis, Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the defend- ants' constitutional rights had been violated. It said, however, that the government may re-try the five. The five were among eight anti-war activists indicted on several charges in connection with the violence at the Demo- cratic convention. The trial of one of the eight, Black Panther leader Bobby Scale, was severed because of his courtroom outbursts. Of tbe remaining seven, Rubin, Hayden, Hoffman and con-i vicled Feb. 18, 1970 of crossing stale lines to incite a riot at the time of the convention. They and the two additional defendants, John P.. Froines, 31, and Lee Weincr, 31, were found not guilty of the main charge of conspiring lo plot the violence that took place. Froines and Weiner also were found not guilty of teaching the use of an incendiary device. The original four-month trial before Judge Julius J. Hoffman was a stormy one marked by tbe defence burling epithets at the judge and the judge count- ering with Iiarch reprimands. All seven defendants, plus two lawyers, were sentenced for ccniempt by Hoffman after the trial ended. Seale had been sen- tenced for contempt earlier and a mistrial declared in his case. Tbe government did not re-try Sealc. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the contempt THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY The Division of Continuing Education presents a three-day seminar on: MANAGEMENT December 6, 7 and 8, 1972 from a.m. to p.m. at The University of Calgary This seminar has been prepared for persons involved in or project manogemcnl Junc- tions. H should be of particular interest lo foremen, supervisors, project engineers or managers who have been recently promoted to a supervisory or administra- tive capacity and ore now confronted cost, quality and process control, scheduling and planning responsi- bilities. Seminar Leaders: Professors A. A. Torvi nnd W. E. Eder, Department of Mechanical Engineering The University of Calgary. Fee: (includes notes, workshop materials and ihrcc Registration fees arc lax deduct- ible. Deadline for Registration: November 27, 1972 For further information or brochures, conlact the Division of Continuing Education at 284-5431. 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 that the anti-riot sec- tion of the Civil Rights Act of J968 under which 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. The main thrust of the de- fence appeal concerned the wording of the law which is "crossing state lines with the intend to incite rioting." The defence argued that this is a crime "to have a state of mind." Russian oil officials to attend EDMONTON (CP) Repre- sentatives of the Russian oil industry arc expected to attend the 24th annual technical mee'.- ing of the petroleum society of the Canadian Institute of Min- ing and Metallurgy here next May s-12. At least four technical papers will he presented by the Rus- sians and a number of Russian diplomats are expected to at- tend the meeting, the society says in a news release. The theme of the session is "Enhanced Recovery." Wednesday, November 22, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 ACROBATIC TROUPE Chang Ying-wu (foreground) lo crowd as members of the Acrobatic Art Troupe of th e People's Republic of China arrive in Ottawa on a direct flight frcm Peking. The troupe will begin its first North American tour at the National Arts Centre next Wednesday. man at others in egs gauu c Bv DOl'G S.AIAI, i sumcrs what they already kctiilg Board told the agiicul- OTTAWA (CP) A Nova i stable prices don't; tare outlook conference here Scotia chicken man pecked I mean low ones. away at others in the egg husi- Manager Paul Gervason of ness Tuesday and to'cl eon-1 the Nova Scotia Chicken Mar- Sun-sationai Golden like the sunshine of Ihc Okanagan Valley and delicious like you wouldn't believe1 The B.C. Golden Delicious often colled the "gourmet apple" because it's such a perfect ealing apple crisp and juicy, with a distinc- tive flavour that's like no other apple you've ever tried. You muy hove ealrn u Golden Delicious Apple, but have you ever eaten a 'B.C.'Golden Delicious Apple? Theses a Lug difference. Ours are crisper, juicier, with more of Ihcf sunny Golden Delicious flavour. liy oui taste soon. Golden Delicious Apples that egg raisers may once again flood the market next year. Producers have followed a "nihilistic and almost maso- 1 chislic development pattern'1 1 for the egg industry, he said. "Bad days always followed good and by the time good days were again evident there al- ways were fewer producers around to share he said. But Mr. Gcrvason said he has to be convinced that a national egg marketing plan, signed I Monday by all provinces but j Newfoundland, "will cure this pattern.'1 The plan would dole out. a set yearly production of 475 million dozen eggs according lo quotas i among provinces and egg rai- scrs. By controlling the supply. j advocates nf the plan say egg prices should stabilize and swings in the market should 1 level. I Consumer r.ow- ever, have argued that such controls will drive up egg prices. STPIKF.S BACK Mr. Gcrvason struck back, first, saying, however, that egg prices will drop in 1973 if pro- 1 ducers follow current pre- dictions and again create a sur- plus. j "The existence of na'iona I market ini: plans for eggs. chickens and pos- sibly other commodilie.s I years mean a sta- bility to prices that have not j experienced in the past. i "But wirn I of stable prices, and consumers talk of strhle prices.'we are generally not talking phout the same "When a consumer says sfablo prices. 1 believe he really means low prices. 1 speak of r.m speaking of prices Ilia! move alony a Irene! line es- tablished by the rate of tech- progress, the costs of ir.p'jls tbe existence and of inflation. Stability can he on a flaf plane, an up- ward or ilouwai'fl drifting plane. "Tbe plane is established by (he general economy." Mr. (Jorvascm said Hie egg marketing first to be signed under federal marketing legislation passed early this year lo reflect "nolh ing so much as the old House- hold Finance school of econoni ics- put all your lit lie debts in line hour-crushing basket." can provide nil I ho legislation thai we could over need. Bill there's no assur- at lens! in our current 1 piTiuisive riivirniinifiil, Iliat it will he NO SKNSK i Mr. (lerva.son il simply did not make sense thai the country could face even a po- tontial rgg surplus the in- dustry should be entering a re- i covery stage from surpluses in I ho past. Last year, the govorn- j menl paid farmers to kill thou- j sands of laving lions lo cut Die I number nf og1 s going lo mar- ki'l. .Such birds, usiinlly Iho flock's poorest layers, ended up on supermarket shelves or t tnuranl plntcs. nd's Home Freezer Eudget Plan We hove had many requests for a budget plan, and it is now available to you. You may purchase a side of beef or a variety of all meat items and pay over 6 or 12 months. 10% Down 0 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 49 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 BEEF pEPvrr 22S-275 Ib. Average, Mikirvr 115-150 Ib. Average Ib. 73' FRONTS 115-150 Ib. Average Ib. SIDES OF PORK PORK BEEF SAUSAGE 10 Ib. Lots..... WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF ALL MEAT ITEMS INCLUDING FISH, POULTRY, LAMB, VEAL ALL GUARANTEED AND ALL FROM GOVERNMENT INSPECT- ED PLANTS. PORK-0-PLENTY CHOICE LITE SIDES PORK CHOPS RIB END PORK LOIN ROAST Ib. CEYOUNG PORK STEAK PORK PORK SAUSAGE RANCH STYLE SMOKED PICNICS TURKEYS CANADA GRADE B LILYDALE YOUNG 6-10 IBS. Ib. Prices effective Nov. 23, 24, 25. We Roscrvn the Right lo Limit Quantities Westminster Plaza Phone 328-0637 ;