Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
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UMfTfDJ IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Arrested Niagara Regional Police Constable Robert Long Viand- cuffs one of three persons arrested near Fort Erie, Ont., after two men were jnjured in a shooting incident follow- ing an argument over ownership of an abandoned car. Shotgun pellets were removed from the shoulder of man and from the another. Top policemen wage increase in arbitration EDMONTON (CP) A con- tract dispute between the city and top-ranking officers in the police department is being sub- mitted to binding arbitration following the city's rejection of a 15-per-cent increase in wag- es and benefits in a one-year contract. Conciliation c o m m issioner Ted Mulchings said he recom- mended the arbitration board after the rejection by the city and acceptance by 20 staff in- World group urged on sea pollution LONDON (AP) The United States proposes creation of a new international committee to administer conventions against pollution of the oceans. The proposal was made by Russell Train, chairman of the president's council on environ- mental quality, in a speech pre- pared for delivery today to the council of the Inter-Govern- mental Maritime Consultative Organization The speech was released in Washington and Train briefed reporters on it before leaving for London. Train proposed that IMCO create a new marine environ- ment protection committee, open to all nations participating in IMCO. He said the new committee would administer the 1954 Con- vention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil; the 1972 Convention on Ocean Dumping; and a new Con- vention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, to be de- veloped at a conference in Octo- ber. Tanker transport of oil has tripled since 1960, he pointed out, and his council has also warned of a rapid increase in tanker transportation of pesti- cides and other chemicals that may find their way into the sea. Residues of such cargos are sometimes discharged into the sea by vessels cleaning out their emptied holds, or pumping out contaminated ballast water. Train said the proposed new committee should be empow- ered to adopt or modify regu- lations to enforce the con- ventions. To avoid delay created by the usual round of national ratifica- tions, Train proposed that the committee's regulations take ef- fect automatically unless objec- tions are raised by "a substan- tial number of states." specters, inspectors and suo- inspectors. Mr. Hutchings said he rec- ommended across the board salary increased of 10 per cent and that officers be compen- sated at five per cent of their annual salaries, in lieu of five days extra vacation, for over- time, court appearances on days off and duties on statutory holidays. He said the city argued that a five-per-cent wage increase would be more reasonable. The police association originally asked for a 25-per-cent package increase. "It is felt that the restructur- ing of the force has caused some concern on the officer group, particularly with the re- moval of the rank of superin- tendent and what appears to be a widening of the gap in com- pensation levels near the said Mr. Hutchings. "A generous approach to compensation of these officers may tend to alleviate some deterioration of morale within the department." In 1972, annual salaries were for a staff inspector, for an inspector and for a sub-inspector. Ex-Gestapo chief given jail term HAMBURG (Reuter) Lud- wig Hahn, a former Gestapo chief, was sentenced today to 12 years imprisonment for his part in the mass killing of Jews and Poles in Warsaw's Paviak prison between 1941 and 1944. The judge ruled that Hahn, 65, will not have to go to prison because of poor health, but will have to register with police twice a week. The trial of Hahn, once called the hangman of Warsaw, lasted more than a year and at one stage moved to Warsaw for the questioning of witnesses there. The prosecution had de- manded that Hahn be sentenced to 47 life imprisonment terms, while the defence sought an ac- quittal. Hahn, who told the court he grew up in a home dedicated to nazism, was chief of the Ges- tapo and security service in Warsaw between 1941 and 1944. He was charged with ordering the deportation of about Jews and Poles from the Pa- viak prison to mass-ex- termination camps, including Auschwitz, and comnlicity in the killing of an unspecified number of others.