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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE lETHBRIOOE HERAID Thimilav, November 25 1971 Caltl may hit skids again Black magic spreads in Britain ct'iin fiff nrrtunrl thA milTltT .-applies "of f''cd "lake Snotielen, chairman of the l'n- Pork Producers' Market- ing Board says Commenting "n a paper >v economist A. M. Noswll uf I lie lederal agricul'.me department, Mr Snnbolon said predictions that ho? prices t" WO a hundrcwciglit in mistic. The i-UiTcnt inici1 i- am a hundredweight "I1 prices in low Mr. Bosurll tc.ld the annual tartn n'.itlc.oii omforcnce that hog tins year could reach Hi nul- l-on 'up H1' per cent from last -car and well nliove the ious record high nf million in KMI. But farmer? v.ill nil back their marketings next year and force the price up. Mi- Rnswell said. Mr S-iohclen d Heavy MipphfS of Canadian bar- ley and I'.S corn-pig fecd- could lead to -'another desper- ate plunpe into more driving the price back down. NEED nKTTKR FOHEC'ASTS He urped r.n overhaul of hog reporting arid market projections to keep farmers from jilinping into production ,-md creating surpluses. policy to stabilize produc- tion of westc-rn grains also was needed to prevent grain farmers from switching to other crops when a surplus cropped up in one. TiH'i-e were substantial in- creases in feed grain production the last two years following a glutted wheat market, and many Western farmers began producing hogs to use up feed grain Mr. Boswell said hog market- ings will gradually decrease from this vesr's high, hut in- crea-e- in hog weights due to ihe large feed supplies will off- set the decrease. But the demand for a- ,-adians eat an average .i.V3 pounds a year-should help keep prices up. The o u t I o o k fur cattle, 1-'. E. Payne, director of the agriculture de- partment's livestock division and interpreted by A. J. t- Child, president of Burns Foods Ltd.. a meat processing com-: panv, was brighter, [liith agreed lhal cnttlcmen should sell more beef at rising prices next year. But Mr. Child said farmers and ranchers are lending to o v e r -f e e d cattle because of ample feed grain and there is pressure on meat packers to "impose discounts which will take the profit out of over-feed- ing." Over-fed cattle mean more fat on beef. Cattlemen must concentrate on producing for the Canadian market. "The fact is that we in North American have the highest cat- tle prices and the highest wage costs in the world. The meat-deficient countries a r e Rare prcldsloric fish wife, sound in aqurium VANCOUVER (CPi A rare and valuable coclacanih, a fish of a prehistoric species long believed extinct, arrived I here to go on display at the I Vancouver Public Aquarium. I The five-foot fish, preserved j in Formaldehyde, was taken I Miss Devlin loses lawsuit DUBLIN (AP) Bernadettej Devlin, member of Hie British Parliament, was ordered Tues-i day" to pay libel damages to an Irish policeman tvho claimed she falsely accused him of kick- j ing her. A High Court jury found that i Miss Devlin had libelled Garda Moriarty during a television talk show about a demonstra- tion against a South African rugby team's visit to Dublin. Damages were fixed at to be paid jointly by Miss Dev- lin and the Irish Republic's state-run television sen-ice. Miss Devlin claimed that what she had said was true and no libsl. Moriarty contended he merely fell on Miss Devlin dur- ing a crowd scrimmage. off the island of Anjouaii. one of the Comoro Islands tween Madagascar and Moz- ambique off the east coast of Africa. It weighs 170 pounds Dr. Murray Newman, direc- tor of the aquarium, Tuesday the coelacanth U he lieved to be dose to the an- cestral fish which gave rise to all land animals 300 million years ago. He said he interviewed fish- ermen where the coclacanih wi-s found to see if it would Im- possible to preserve a living specimen. "Our impression was that no one ever tried to keep tho coelacanths alive. The fisher- men are afraid of them. As soon as the fish comes I" the sufrace, the fisherman ciulis it to death." Dr. Newman, was afraid the fish had been lost in transit between laam, Tanzania, and Vancou- ver, when it did not arrive early Tuesday. Aitem-As to trace it failed but me fish arrived a! p.m. on a flight from Mont- real. simply not interested in paying iiiore'for Canadian or American beef than liiev pay to Australia, Argentina, -South Africa, or Yugoslavia. is talk of producing beef for Japan, al premium prices, but 1 do no think this is the way Japan will h i'lie average Japanese house- liold eats cereals and "that is not a premium mar- ket Mr. Child said Ilicrc is a enancc fanners producing feed I cattle-calves and yearlings force-fed in feedlots-may re- ceive lower prices next year for Iheir than producers of fed on tlie range. An increasing num- ber of feed lots and low prices fur feed grain will drive the price of feeder cattle down in 1 I .S. fail way drop in debt I'lllLAUIibPHlA (APl-The landing Railroad, claiming cannot pay approximately million in debts and taxes com ing due shortly, has filed for reorganization under the fed eral bankruptcy laws. The railroad operates about miles of track in Pennsyl- vania. New Jersey and Dela- ware. The Reading Is the second Philadelphia-based railroad to take such action because of staggering financial problems, laid primarily to deficit opera- i lion of passenger and commu- ter trains. Seventeen months ago, In the same court, tho Penn Central Transportation Co., which oper- ates the biggest railway system in the United States, filed for reorganization. The Penn Central is still pil- ing up deficits. LONDON (AP) Black Magic is .spreading in Britain, upsetting village vicars and serious witches alike. "All this devil worship is at- tracting people to the wrong sort of complained U- caiior Bone, a "white" witch who says the only fnells casts are good ones lhal help in such ways as trying to re- move warts. Mrs Bone runs a coven- six couples, plus Mrs. Bone as the London sub- urb of Tooting Dec. Evil spells, she says, have no place in their monthly dances around a fire, but amateur dabbling in the black arts is getting them a bad name. Church leaders arc simi- larly worried about the grow- ing "interest in the occult. "We are frightened of what seems to be a steady and con- tinuing growth in the popular- ity of witchcraft and devil said a Church of England spokesman, "and it is frightening to realize it is attracting young people." LINKED TO CRAZE There have been a number of bizarre events in England, apparently linked to the black magic craze. A child's body was stolen from a grave. A young man hanged himself after his girl- friend hexed him. Another youth was charged with mur- der after the body of an earl's grandson was found next to a bloodstained lette- containing the words "Hail Satan." The letter also had Ln-d's Prayer written back- favorite black magie incantation. "This is a problem that the church has not met for the last 200 the Kev. Tom Willis told an Anglican Church synod last weekend. "But priests are now finding all over the country thai they arc having to cast out devils and evil spirits. "People are turning away from material things like cars and refrigerators the. su- pernatural is gaining ascend- ancy. "More and more people are dabbling in fortune telling, home seances, witchcraft and black magic." DANCE NAKED Police say some members of the score or so of black magic groups in the London area, who dance naked and conduct perverted church services, are respectable busi- nessmen. Con men have cashed in on the growing interest in the oc- :ult. A Birmingham "faith icalor" got an eight-year jail sentence for defrauding Mid out of women by "removing evil spirits" through such oclmiques as anointing them ami having sexual intercourse with them. Kales arc b.....ning at the psychic bnoU'op on s Great Queen Street. A gloomy London restaur- ant called Cafe Macabre is decorated with plaster skulls and coffin-shaped fables. It saw the stage debut of Alex Sanders, sclf-pro- el "King of .the who takes his ritual LEASE... 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