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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LEIH8RIDGE HERALD Saturday, Aupuil 5, Escaped, prisoner refused legal TORONTO UT> Brockton who from an Oliiu prison lie )iad been 'a life tcnce, is licinj: In-Ill in j.ii and tario I federal llogan, a memluT Black 1'anllior was arreslrd hy Ihe HCMT jiere Jime 27. esiapwl .dine. 9 from Hit Ohio prison where lie liail Item sentenced for Hi-; 1960 slaying of Cleveland ITS- laurant 'manager William Ilan- ycli lUirinK a holdup. Charles Knach, of to aid "aid So bttcr is held un- j OTTAWA, (C1M dcr cxtrcmelv liRtU security !Lt saul lawyer Uaytnn 1Vl1l I when tie served nn- wunts fulci-al an-ltin' tlial flu- Suited KUrtes is deportation onier purlment official said, wlio he appeal S. t So fur. Hie slulr of Oliio not taken extradition proceed- ings A spokes- mun in tho Oliio allovney-gen- eral's offieo said fie una- ware that had lirun lieiuied in Canada, "but wu certaitilv want him hiu'k if he's pnsoiuiionL fur minder here." tho (Vimnlinn Listening post plans sli.ll. alive KDMONTON (Cl1) Tim iK-rla j'.oveninicnt lifis not abandoned plaus consider establishing a listening post in Washington, say.s Mines MinwU'i- Dickie. The idea lias received little nllenlion mienMy, he; energy lulks hut'mi.su tho pro- in ;m interview, liecau.si! cun- preparing Alberta's new revenue. iimmunml has nskc'd Ottawa Itir vinciiil novmnncnl has sug. fasted Ilud it Ottawa balks nt Iliis it would Ijj-h Washington office to ahix-ast of energy dcvcl- in Norlli America. Ihe Don Hogan, win Ihovitios (o deport liim tn Al- applied from jail fur j legal-aid tov.yer to ivp recent him. However, bis i saitl was denied a ceitifit They said he was turnwl j down hciMusi1 lie is not an Or.- tario resident, tiii'i'i1 was nn merit in Iii.-i fiisr untJ nionuy (or hi-s defence could be raisod i by his Eriei-ls eUr.-r here ur in the United Staler. Ilie At-t slates that any against whom de- portation proceedings ;ue taken lias the "if be so in i'oUl of coimmniioiitinns MONTREAL (CP) -.....lean- Paul Quebec cninmu- making a secoiul try at appeal- ing the eNtratlitiun case of bis client llnmberlo llernaii- served the append nolici; V rid ay in n me ITS washroom at Ihe Su- preme Court of lie j asked into the washroom I liy a in em her of the U.S. team win) nrlvucy for the action. have a say in communications policy has removed Quebec from a position of isolation, Mr. L'Allier said that when Quebec advanced that position two years ago, "it as a separatist attitude and iso- lated us in Quebec." He said the agreement made, him optimistic about the crea- tion of a coherent policy on communications .it the provin- cial level. The provincial premiers' con- ference, which ended Friday in Halifax, decided unanimously i[ it will hear the appeal when it sits in early Oc- tober. In ils application fur the ap- peal, I be ILS. lawyers argued I hat the ca.se was "a mailer of and inter- national importance." Said Mr. Huby: "If they had originally admitted it was a po- litical trial, I might be more Throughout the lengthy extra- dition prueeediiifis, the U.S. oimsel emphatically denied thai the case involved anything It if. the third US. attempt to j mere than an ordinary criminal the Puerto Kierm charge. evolutionary legally banded over lo faee trinl in San .1mm on a charge of murdering a po- lice officer. A lower court ruling in .June said there; was no legitimate evidence lo support the charge and therefore 1'at-au conic] not The Federal Court of Canada dismissed tho first IKS. appeal Wednesday, basing its decision on a Supreme Ccurt deci- sion that raid refusal lo issue j an extradition order would not 1 be subject to appeal. the U.S. is attempting to Eijilit that precedent Iteforc the verv court that issued it. j The Supreme Court will lion from tr> Srpt. Starficld live le ppor.i- (l liy in a dership con- Mr. Die- lo Ir-ave Cahf. 'AC) After r- .i.tnil complained lhat ral '.-.ere ttnttlr." out rj their health officials found that of Ihe I'ily's W. manholes, cil'ht had heavy infeslalions of Norway or v.'hrrrf rat'-, four MOflcralf anrl i.'l.i'is v.iili a fe-.v. ral.i irj Ihe reinaiiiinj; W. This tire gives you heller perlonnancc and greater eafcly tLntt siny other lire made to-day. We'rr. making a Btrong claim. And il'fl IiacTccd up will a lirclmilt witli the slrcjiglh of steel. Tiic AUslalc Itadinl is u new idea in tire design KO safe and so nearly indcsiructLhlc that they ivill probably be the tires you install on your car. Mad sals Are R i Si-nrs All-l.llrt li fl; lln- Ir.'.Ml in .-..rrj--. itnii'ii l.nU -i flat o nil Ili is in [lie Oj -.'I' In: tn-.n! and iifliofl' llin -nl a, the Hdr-wall- Hrx. 'I'hr- Si-arl r radial liil; i-. I, mil tij -nrui Performance... PLUS ;i ir.'Lirmii Ir. ir til-' iU rnrvrs n- i-lrrl Lr.irrt] i t v.illr t. fr.irr. your K! llm filf.1 lulls Irril'l ttrc nrtcl rrsulls in Lctlcr fuel economy You'll notice the difference the first time you get behind the Allstate Kadials Give Ordinary Cars Sports Handling. SERVICE STATION HOURS: R tr.m. to 6 p.m. nntl Priiliiy unlil 1 p.m.-Ccnlro Vilftifjo 2nd Ave. cinrl 1 3tli St. H. Tolrjpliono 328-9231 ;