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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHB5IDGE HERALD Soi Parents interviewed cry, janiory 13 1973 Sniper sought elusive justice By .Neiv Y.irX C. MALCOLM no jusiico n the whole situa-: black sailors there by white Service tier.' was tryir.g to tel! listed men. _ White America you've been sit- These aliened Incidents. the [oo iMi VL'LT parents s.iid, included >oa'd Like r.odce of searches by white naval guards L; wl-n did net search h t e by ra- She 'roko as -or son's boiiy L-oniniumiv calling hlack ar.d of a.i.'W for .1 the barring of allegedly !.'e held ir. the qualifie'.i black athletes St. Church four certain sports on base for no :r.e raw. H-: was trair.- Once and three s p stationed black s.-.lor fe.t tl'.a: hr.d Ciif.. as a accused of r'iy- 1' rnusic too loud by a sai'or a so- SLIGHTS cc-versstiens JuT.r.-.y'5 :j '.he sLt ._. o private Mrs. Essex c ir. Nr'.v Or- 7 CA "He couldn't take it ITA repliec. "izere He r.aa to lasn our. remarks directed at the fc'.v Ir. 1970, Esses Ycu'd better hurry. Feb. 28th lasi aay.., The last day save orTyour 1972 income tax. en izcc-e in zc while 7G- SCTS !c: Up is SJ.CCC b- dei-risd Registered Retirement Savings Plans, Royal Trust g 740 4th Ave. South Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 n'.'sent But after :s days, his parents said, they rersuaded him to return volun- He did and asked for a court- martial. There, superior office testified lo his "outstanding his parents said, but Es- sex p'esdcd pii'ty. was fined and discharged after having served -5 months of a four-year enlistment. Family members said that he had come home a different person. NORMAL GU Y His sister, 22-year-old Mrs. saia. "my brother a euy. But in the r.avy. he learned how black peo- ple have been harassed in the "After that, if he saw a starv- ing black chid on TV. he identi- fied with it. I: he saw a black harassed, he identified v.itrfhim. His main goal was to change society, to give all peo- ple an equal chance.'' At one point in the news con- ference, which held in the family church. Mrs. Fox said her brother's actions in Ne-.v Orleans were not "ex- Later, shs said. "I don't agree the But v. charge. And talking -2sr': done sr.y good He was rushed, to this I knew ? v.-as ;a V'TiO said that she hey son hsd not been on. the roof of the Dovr.- Howard Johnson's Motcr L'-'-'je i- Ne-.v Orleacs. her sen's action carried a i L- ha VTET." she said. that blacta are net to take it ar.y niore.'1 READf As a Judv LcMarsh rubs her eye, Minister Tr-jcecu is hooked up for on cp- pearcncs en the former cabinet open- line is csr.e "rcm QttC'.S'a end brood- cast ever radio station CKWX in Vancouver. During hii c-Dpecrance, Mr. Trudsau said he dcesn't understand why every defeat cf a minority in Parliament should force that government to res s oppose industrial park TAKES A I A ?'-Tpy reaches full growth n Ebc-ut CALGARY appeal a proposed Li- dusrrial park :r. the city's nonh- eajt area has reierred to city council action by the -Vppeal Board. The SO-acre Errravs mdusrrlal park borders a controversial agrlc-jlUfa] -.arket that resi- dents in the area also have op- weed. It '-vas sugjes'.ed that citv- conrci! hcve its de- partment work with a resi- committee to estsbish grour.d roles for a plan outlin- ing hrr-v ihe is to be used. More tha.-. :20 r.omeowr.ers fiied separate appeals sgsirst a Planaing Commission ceci- sica to penaii stripping and rough gracing rf the perk. Dur- ing the rro-dsy hearing, ivhich i began Tuesday. EOS: spokes- men for the asked thai the airways' Ejp'JcatiTE be refused a sec'or p'ar, for the area had b-eer: dravo up. The site for SC.5 million Agriman aL-eady has been rough graded. Hearings on the Agrimsrt are to erjd Saturday when tre Ep- pea] board receives a subzis- tion by John Schmal. president of a group cpcosfcg tie cevel- WANTED NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Trucks Industrial Demolition Anything Mace of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON etc.- Truck Leads Carloads Truck Scales Magnet Crane National Salvage Company LIMITED NF.Y LOCATION Z06 33rd Street North if Our Fhcne 323-1731 BILL SKEITON Newi Director BOB LANG Program Director JIM aUOTT D.m. THAXK IOU EVERYONE CJOC Radio has more listeners now than ever before in Southern Alberta. And in 1973 the C-JOCk gang will try harder to PLEASE YOU. JACK THY5 II 00 c.m. io p.m. JOHN WALKER 3.03 p m. lo 8-00 p.m. STAN BAIUY 6 00 p n lo 1 00 a m. Saturdoy JOHN CHARLES 6 00 p.m. i t j j a JIM PARSONS 12 30 lo 5 20 a n. BARRY HEGLAND Mure Dirrcfor DR. KURT ADLER Tun. 10 1! o m. I 11 II III BRIDGE Serving Southern Alberta for over 46 years. TERRY KLAND Hiont till 'SOURCE NOV. CANADA WIDE BUREAU OF BROADCAST MEASUREMENT (Canada's Mcsl n-co3niied radio ond TV Survey) In addition to the C-JOCK gang pictured here we have 29 other staff members to ssrve you. ;