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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta j> _. THE UTHHIiinGE HERALD ScilurJoy, Robert Tordof! humane society offi ti'.at shipments I farmers from the Vi long. The railuavs arc water mid feed the ery hours, Mr. "luil the question they were aclualh Mr. McCall sai have come in 1 mals that have or three An insurance .the Ontario lice McCall said nor.uc shipping Association also time has hicnascd to eight: in the investigation ii 1111. reported III aid Bruce Me- director of the Stock Yards Ltd. in to mlmals ev irdulf s lid whether fed. i- "Loads with ani- ead for Cup of Milk fund donors Dobbin Pahara, Jane and Christopher Boxer, Lelhbrldcje J D.iryl Dewarl, LundbrccK 1 Lrth bridge, Anonymous Irene Uop-.'Iynskl, Ccleman 2.H) Lethbridcje, Anonymous LcIhbrldtie, Anonymous 5 Mrs, Grace Llckiss, Vfiuxhafl Lriri Lclhbriclcic Carl Evarison, Golden Acres Lixlqe..... Mnrgaret Hucullak, Lcth. Anonymous, Lethbridge IU ir" E. Towers, Lethbrhlge Lelhbridrje, Anonymous Anonymous, Taber M Mrs J. Wilson, Lcthbrldge AVS. J. A. Enright, Leth. 25.00 Becky, Kirk and Scott Taylor, caitiary...... Candv, Wendy and Donald Cult. Ocean Park, B.C. 30-00 Mrs. James K. Benner, Thunder Bay, W-W Kennelh, Weldon and Martha Hobbs, Lethbrldgs 20.00 TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE...... "99.04 Sugar plant profits too high says report G> OTTAWA (CP) Prices reaclws the consumer charged by Canadian sugar refineries s'lxnild be reduced by I'ncouraffing more competition .00 i from foreign firms, Uie tariff board says in a November re- port. The board recommended re- ductions in duties of raw sugar imports to lower the costs to refineries and induce them to cut their prices. It also recommended reduc- tions in duties on refined sugar to ensure that Uie refineries' saving on production costs YOU CAN HELP The pain of this child has no right and no reason. The incredible sorrow, suffering and des- pair of Pakistan refugees can be helped if you wil give. Send your dollars to tha Cup of Milk Fund, Lerhbndga Herald. ____ Soccer results ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Stoke 3 Newcastle 3 Division II Birmingham 3 Fulham 1 lurnley 1 Swindon 2 Carlisle 2 Cardiff 1 Charlton 2 Queen's PR 1 Hull 0 Milwal! 0 Luton 3 Portsmouth 2 Norwich 2 Middlesbrough 0 Orient 0 Sheffield W 3 Oxford 3 Blackpool 1 Preston 2 Watford 0 Sunderland 1 Bristol City 1 verdict for Rose MONTREAL (CP) The trial of Paul Rose for the Octo- kidnapping of former be visited were rejected by tte judge as Hose bounced in and out of court for his outbursts Quebec Labor Minister Pierre While out of the courtroom, Lvorte ended Friday in a Rose listened to testimony over verdict and protests of ir-1 a loudspeaker in an adjoining authority arid decision and con- form to courtroom standards of behaviour. From IMS listening post out- side Uie chambers, Rose re- quested that he be allowed to question witnesses in writing. i the request was refused. GIVEN LAST CoANCE regularities, I room. sentencing for next j J L-Jl'lt H Qwvn prosecutor after the 12-man pay 4 j, said Gm, Beard's hour-long sum- hours oC dchbcralion hack mation to the jury Friday, Mr. Division III Bamsley 0 Bournemouth 0 Bradford 2 Notts County 3 Brighton 2 Chesterfield 1 Bristol Hovers 2 Plymouth 2 Oldham 0 Aston Villa 6 Rotherham 2 Wrerdiam 2 Swansea 3 Halifax 0 York 1 Mansfield 2 Division IV Aldcrshot 1 Grimsby 1 Barrow 1 Cambrdge 1 Brentford 1 Giffingham 3 Bury 4 Northampton 2 Chester 1 Doncaster 1 Darlington 3 Lincoln 3 Hartlepools 1 Crave 0 Newport 0 Worklngton 1 Peterborough 2 SouUiport 0 Seunthorpe 1 Reading 1 SCOT1SII LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 2 Hearts 3 Airdrieonians 5 St. Johnstone 4 Ayr 1 Rangers 2 Clyde 1 Morton 2 Dundee U 2 Motherwell 0 Dunfermline 1 Dundee 2 Falkirk 1 East Fife 1 Hibernian 3 Kilmarnock 2 Jlow greater pressure he threat of external from eom- letition." The !lC2-pago report, ordered n by Finance Minister _. ,1. Benson, was tabled in the Conur.iins 10. The board stressed the high profits of Canadian sugar re- fineries. In 1908 the sugar re- ining industry had profits to. lalling 111.9 per cent of sales. It noted the difference be- tween the refiner's selling price and the cost of his raw sugar was a hundred- weight in Canada in 1970, while in January, 1971 British refin- ers had limited themselves to a difference. In 1BC9, Tate and Lyle's prof- it on its refining operations in The tariff reductions also 'would tend to discourage Uio maintenance of uneconomic ex- cess capacity as the market in- creases, encourage greater ra- tionalization in the industry and introduce certain elements of external competition which had been lacking." The board estimated that tlie British preferential rates and a "preferential premium" paid for raw sugar from countries entitled to those rates increase the cost of refined sugar in Canada bv about a hun- dred In total, Canadian consumers paid about trillion more a year for refined sugar than they would without British pre- ferential duties on sugar. In 1970, Canadians consumed Canada was 14.8 per cent, com- billion tons of per cent in Brit- I more Ulan 100 pounds a person ain The company made s -and almost all came from greater profit million- raw sugar imports. Imports oi ...i a Canadian turnover cf million than it did on a British turnover that was al- most six limes as great. The British profit was million on a turnover cf million. Tho beard recommended free entry for raw sugar under the British preferential tariff and a substantial reduction in the r.ost-favored-nation tariff. For semi-refined and refined sugar, jcth tariffs would also be re- duced. Tt estimated that refinery costs for raw sugar would be reduced by 61 to 75 cents a hundred pounds through Its recommendations. The hoard simsreslcd, however, that in j in consequence, would place on view of the "very high profits'' consumers a burden which CALGARY HIJINKS Tom of Ccl- oary ridina horse and displaying a pis'ol I ads i parade cf -pider football fans through the lobby of the Georgia Hotel in Vancouver Friday. Cardinal not involved in Cold ake boycott OTTAWA iCP' The Com- mons tndis.n afiaire committee lock most of the off Har- old Cardinal, leader of the Al- berta Indian AKodation. at its second meeting Friday. Ralph Blackmnn rf the Cold Lake hand in Alberts the committee tlial no one out- side the band had been con- sulted in discussions about stu- dent strike action to protest con- ditions on the reserve. "He 'Mr. Cardinal) had noth- ing absolutely to do with 'he said. Indian Affairs Minister .lean Chretien had earlier charged Mr. Cardinal with inciting the strike, which eventually led to a classroom boycott by In- dian studems in three Alberta with a verdict. Maximum sen- tence en the kidnap charge is life imprisonment. The case went to the jurors vi hout a defence case or sum- mation from Rose, barred from the courtroom for more than a v si for his outburst and fail- ure to rise when Mr, Justice Lc- gaul; entered the chambers. i Tiie judge's refusal to allow Rose, who conducted his own j defence, back into court to 1 pre.sent his case would be the strongest of 25 grounds for an i appeal to be launched "as soon as Rose's legal ad- viser. Jean-Serve Masse said alter the verdict was an- nounced. "Thai trial was the largest son said Chief Blackman had made a "very important" clarification of the collection of illegalities I have events leading un to the strike, i "er Mr. Masse told re- chaw of alleged mis- j PU'WS the courtroom. of government funds 1 More than 20 of Rose's re- took un part of the committee's i quests ranging from accusations ,of .juror partiality to demands In a" session Thursday, Mr.'. that locales of the kidnap case Chretien said Uie Alberta Indian Assocation had received about SKO.dX) last year for commim- uv developmenl and leadership programs, but that half of it vvas spent on administration. until he slated in writing thai lie Justice Legault gave Rose one was ready to accept the court's more chance to re-enter the courtroom to make a summa- tion before the case went to the 311 Rose maintained his stance th I he was "prepared to stay 8 i from illegal proceedings." j Thus Rose was not allowed to j address the jury before they bee in deliberations. It is the first lime I have ejected a man from Mr. Legault said as he began his directions to the jury. It was a most grievous deci- sion but justice cannot capita- j t Rose, a 2B-year-old former tntaer. is already serving a j life sentence for the murder of i Mr. Laporte, whose strangled was found in an aban- I doned car a week after the kicl- nai ping. Mr. Laporte was kid- TAVL ROSE napped from his suburban St. awaits term Lambert home Oct. 10, 1970. Partick 1 Celtic 5 Divison II Alloa 0 Cowdenbeath 4 Berwick 0 E Stirling 1 Forfar 2 Stenhomemuir I Hamilton 3 Brcchin 0 Mcntrose 0 Queen of S 2 Queen's Pk 2 Albion 2 Raith 2 Stirling S St. Mirren 4 Arbroath 3 Stranracr 2 Clydcbank 2 IRISH LEAGUE Ards 1 Linfield 1 Ballyincna 4 Crusaders 5 Clift'onvillc 0 Glcntoran B Coleraine 3 Portadown 2 Distillery 2 Perry 0 Glenavon Bangor 0 refined sugar have not gone above three-ten', hs of one per cent of total sugar consumed. Only 256 million pounds of beet sugar was produced in Canada in 1970, most of it in Alberta. The board rejected argu- ments that tariffs should be maintained to protect sugar teet growers in Canada: "It would seem appropriate to finance any essential sup- port to the sugar beet Indus- try from general taxation, rather than by a method which raises the price to all Cana- dians of one of Uie least ex- pensive foodstuffs and which, of Canadian sugar refiners, consumer prices could bs re- duced to a greater extent. would form a relatively larger proportion ol lower than higher incomes.1' agrees New York Beosoii in Rome for conference ROME (AP Finance Min- PASADENA. Calif. (AP) Mariner 9 sent back a historic closeup photograph of the Martian moon Dcimos Friday, picturing sn irregular object with a dark smudge scientists said almost certainly was a reserves. Only the Cold Lake Edgar Benson of Canada surface feature. students reman on strike. Committee chairman Ian Wa arrived tcday to take part in the Group of Ten monetary meeting j here nexl week. Season made no statement on arrival, lie was the first minis-1 ter to fly in for the meeting of the finance ministers of the Western world's It) richest conn-' tries. The conference opens Tuesday. The experts set to work at studying the photograph for clues to Deimos's origin and perhaps a better vmder- .sianding of the of Mrrs iuid the solar system. The photograph was trans- milted to the California Insti- tule of Technology's Jet Pro- pulsion Laboratory here. Dcimos appeared as a lumpy half disc, a little larger than a quarter, on television monitors at JPL. The picture was snapped by a telepholo camera aboard Mariner 9 from 5.300 miles away. Mariner 9 photographs are scanned by computers at JPL that heighten contrast and often bring out hidden detail. I! no doubt will take scientists weeks to understand ail they are seeing in photo- graphs. But Dr. Bradford Smith ol New Mexico State University speculated that the marking WE WANT YOU TO BE OUR GUEST FOR A SERIES OF might be a" topographic fea- ture such as a hill or crater casting a shadow, or a zone where materials of different chemical composition meet. Deimos is about five miles in diameter, astronomers esti- mate, and orbits Mars about miles from UK planet's surface. It has a companion. Pholws, which is about 10 miles in diameter and orbits Mars about miles from the surface. Earth's moon is slightly more than miles in di- ameter and an average of about miles away. Scientists speculate Dcimos and Phobos might be aster- oids captured by Martian gravity or chunks of pri- mordial rock left over from the creation of Mars. I to Sunday, Dec. Sfii NIGHTLY at 7.30 p.m. HEAR THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST CAPABLY PREACHED IN NEW TESTAMENT TRUTH AND SIMPLICITY i IN WAH.MKH CI.IMFS i NEW DAYTON (HNS) Bill Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Duncan, is on the Tonga j Islands in the South Pacific, i employed with Baroid of Can- 11 ada. Israel to mission for peace JERUSALEM (AP Israel has agreed to Uie reactivation phoenix of UN envoy Gunnar V. Jar- ring's Middle East peac8 mis- sion providing no strings are at- tached, the Israeli slate radio said today. The agreement was the main point In an Israeli response to proposals submitted by African presidents serving as envoys for the Organizatcn of African Unity. Israel terminated Jarrlng's mission last February when he asked Jeru-ialem to agree in Vance to withdraw to prc-Hlti" war boundaries. UN headquarters announced in New York Friday that the General Assembly's debate on the Middle East would begin nox t Friday. But the talk in Egypt and other parts of the Arab world was of war. Representatives of 17 Arab j stales met in Cairo today to map a unified political and mili- tary strategy against Israel. Alxle! Khalik llassouna, sec- rciary-gcnerai of the Arab League, tcld the conference that "the whole responsibility rests on tile, Arabs themselves to lib- erate their lands and restore their usurped rights." SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Li'lhbridgi' Medicine Hat Pincher Creek l.'alpary j Kdrocnton j Banff 1 Peace River j Edson Penticlon Vancouver [Prince Albert 1 Saskatoon Swift Current Mcose Jaw North Eay Reg'.na Winnipeg Thunder Bay Toronto Ottawa Montreal Chicago Las Vegas Angeles Miami FORECASTS Lcllibriasc Foggy (oday ami Suiiilay, becoming cloudy occasional snow this afternoon. Western sec- tions along the foothills will be mainly sunny. Highs today .0-1 and Sunday in mill 30s, lows 15 20, except western sections where highs will be near 4'1, low near 30. Medicine Hat Extensive fcg today and Sunday. Occas- ional light snow. Highs near .23 30. lows 15-20. Calgary Cloudy today and Sunday. 'Occasional snow. Ex- tensive fcg patches. Winds SE15. Highs both days near 20, lows 10-ia. 'the hub of successful feeding' By Evangelist: F. Y. TANT Rom. Plcoso coma and hear wsltonwl FROM BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA "50 THEN FflTH COMETH BY HEARING AND HEARING BY THE WORD OF GOD" plnin biblo tonflreqcMionnl jinflinn fr Phone 327-7991 328-2708 AT MEETING PLACE OF CHURCH of CHRIST 7770 21 si AVENUE 5. tETHBRIDGE, AtBERTA 311 6th STREET SOUTH, IETHBRIDGE Wo Aro Cleaning Specialists In LEATHERS DRAPERIES A complete factory engineered groin handling centre for cattle, hog, and poultry feeders. Hj 'Ask about our "Trade-Grain" or "5-ycar" Finance Plan' GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Q COUTTS HIGHWAY IETHBRIDGE, Alberta ft m m n m vm m m m m OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AHA All highways In the Lelh-1 and sanded. Tianff Radium bridge district fire bare and j ara] Banff Jasper highways dry and in good winter driving a 0[ ncw snow, or- cnnditimi jcasional slippery Highway Trans Canada llighwnj. Calgary to Banff is .iarr and in good condition. Banff I" (toldcn hns a trace ol snow, few slippery soclions. Golden to Rcvelstoke has 2 inches of new snow, plowed sanded Snmv tirr-s c are required whr-n tr.ivellinR through the Rogers Pass, Banff highway and nn all lianff National r.c- cr.-'s ror.cls, POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening mill Closing Coll't.1 24 hours; Carway 0 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST; Del Bonila a a.m. to f, pin.; Hooscvilie, B.C. 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m.; 11.C., hours; Porthill Rykert.s II a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. Wildhor.sp, 8 a.m. to S p.m. Logan Pass closed, ;