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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 14, 1974 Judge accuses ex-director EDMONTON Mr. Justice J. M. Cairns Thursday accused the former Alberta Housing Corporation executive director. Bob Orysiuk. of obstructing justice when he refused to obtain copies of his income tax returns for an inquiry into the Mill Woods housing project. Mr. Orysiuk earlier told the inquiry he no longer had the requested copies of income tax returns for 1969 to 1973 inclusive. When recalled Thursday, Mr. Orysiuk said he would not ask the department of national revenue for copies, claiming protection under the Alberta and Canada evidence acts. Cameron Steer, counsel for Pipeline threat Framed by a mural depicting early history of the North West Mounted Police, New Democratic Leader David Lewis tells a Yellowknife audience that the Mac- kenzie Valley pipeline "represents the greatest threat the Eskimos, Indians and Metis have faced since the white man bulldozed his way into this territory." TWILIGHT LIMOUSIN SALE CAMROSE AUCTION MARKET CAMROSE, ALBERTA, CANADA FBI. JUNE 28, P.M. 15-3A Calves at Side of Dam 3-% Yearling Herefords 2 and 3 yr. olds Cows and Herefords Blood Yearling Herefords 3-% Yearling Bulls Calves at side of Dam. APPROX. 70 LOTS EXPECTED THIS IS A COMPLETE DISPERSAL FOR LEN WRECHNIC, MONITAR. ALBERTA. for information or catalogues contact: AUCTIONEERS OTTO DENNIS STREBERG Box 1808, CAMROSE, ALTA. Ph.-403 Father's Day helps friend of Nixon SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) C. Arnholt Smith, a friend of President Nixon and once a major financial figure in southern California, was sentenced Thursday to an indefinite term in jail on seven counts of contempt of court. However. Superior Court Judge Paul Eugene Overton granted the 75-year-old Smith a stay on execution of the sen- tence until next Tuesday. "Fathers Day is Sunday, and I have a feeling for fathers and grandfathers." the judge said. Overton ordered Smith "in- carcerated until such time as you are willing to appear in this court to answer the seven questions asked." MAKE A MEAL OF MONEY Rice, at one time or another, has served as money in many countries. Mr. Orysiuk argued that Mr. Justice Cairr.s had the powers of a judge presiding over civil matters only because he was a judicial inquiries commissioner. Mr. Steer said the judge could subpoena documents if they are in the possession of a witness but they are in the hands of a third party, the revenue department, in this case. Mr. Justice Cairns replied: "This man is so meticulous. "He keeps a file of all expenses of building a garage. It is unbelievable that a person in a large organization would throw out his income tax returns." DECLARED INCOME Mr. Orysiuk told the inquiry he had declared his income from the corporation plus and interest from Drumheller mayor E. A. Toshach which he received for drawing up building plans. Mr. Orysiuk must appear in person next Tuesday to tell the commission whether he has changed his mind and will obtain the documents from national revenue. "If he refuses that request other matters may follow. Mr. Steer understands what is meant. The witness may understand later. That is as far as I go at the present Mr. Justice Cairns said. E. B. Emmelkamp, chief accountant with the AHC. was questioned about a million loan to AHC from the Main Bontal Bank in Frankfurt. Germany. Credited to the AHC account at the bank on Oct. 3. 1969, was When the money was transferred to Edmonton Nov. 24, 1969, the amount had increased to due to an upward revision of the German mark's value. Mr. Emmelkamp said the AHC sent the first cheque of in connection with Mill Woods to Mr. Achtem on Aug. 22, .1969. Subsequent cheques were sent Aug. 28 and Sept. 3. Mr. Achtem and Mr. Orysiuk told the inquiry earlier that Mr. Achtem began working for the AHC Aug. 28. REFUSED ANSWER Mr. Emmelkamp said he had asked Mr. Orysiuk to tell him who gave the instructions to issue these cheques but was refused because it involved secret land assembly by the AHC. After the land assembly project became public, Mr. Emmelkamp said, he insisted on a complete accounting for the money. Mayor Ivor Dent, who appeared voluntarily before the inquiry Thursday, said the city had nothing to do with the acquisition of the Mill Woods land although it was making payments. Mr. Dent said if he had known that one agent. Mr. Achtem. received a five per cent commission while the other received three per cent and was prepared to assemble the entire project, he would have raised the matter publicly. Mr. Dent said he did not know that at. least S120.000 could have been saved if Weber Bros Realty Ltd.. in co operation with the legal firm Clement. Parlee. had been made responsible for the entire project. KILLAM AUCTION MARKET presents... OUR BACK-TO-BACK SALES KILLAM, ALBERTA, CANADA CHIANINA DAY Tues., June 18 p.m. 17V3 Blood Bred Herefords 66V: Blood Open Herefords 34 Cows with Vs Blood Calves 1 Cow Bred Chianina 118 LOTS CONTRIBUTED BY: O. Wilcox, Camroar, J. Kallal, Vimy: Kinnee Ohatan; Acedia Ranching Ltd., Acadla valley. Copwe Ranch, Biumon; O. Patrick. Tofield; 0. Hildebrandt. Wetaakrwin; A. HiHmwi, Del BonHa: Leduc Exotic Cattle Wettlock; L. Vermilion; F. Cameron, Alliance; F. WaxefWd, Coronation: Ltd., Werttock; A. Haruard, Uoydmmater, R. Elhard. Ceator; H. McKay, Katheryn; G. Otaen, S. Weatgard, Cando, Hen-Ler Maraden. Seek.; A. Delbecfc, Calmar; Kenegewa vaoxhall. Complete dlaperaal of herd for Parld Ourte Lavoy. Reference atrer Fadlno, Fonto. Fttto. Fedelio, Ferrero, Farro, Faletto, Frtogto. Felfro. Fitto, Fuacello. Faglano. Toronado. MID-SUMMER SIMMENTAL SALE Wed., June 19 p.m. 2 Purebred Built Bred Open Herefords 43 Vj Bred ft Open 23Vz Cows with Calves 26 Cows with Vi Blood Calves Bulls 2% Bulls 125 LOTS CONSIGNED BY: Calgary Beef Centre. Calgary; B. Holt O. Randle, Calgary: B. Taylor, Hardifty; M Kotowich. Two F. Coronation: 0 Patten, Buck Lake; D. Dunkla. Caator. R. Hod, Millet; J. Slordahl Son. BawH, MCR Simmantal. Lacomba; R. Barclay and V. M. McKay. Kattiryn; Ferrence. AmUfc Heldlnger Medicine Hat; M. Chackal. Coronation; Habitant Beaumont: Kanegewa Farma, Vauxhalt: A. H. Scheftelm Coronation; 0. S. Stewart, Vermilion; C. Otoon, Mirror; 0. A 8. Lacomba: 2 complete Oennli KJnnee. BawH and J. Curry, Reference elree: ScoWah Heft, Matching Joogl, Sultan, Murricr. Baron, Lacombe, Pacific, Renz, Galant, Adonia, Aldor, Prairie Boy, Florlan, Sepp, Napoleon, Ouartlar, Baron, Capilalna. Petunia. Ebr Appoto, PertHen, Extra, Letmer, SoJeil, Taqufl. Vogt, Herald. Prairie Brave, Prairie Prince. AUCTIONEERS: OTTO DENNIS STHEBEHG Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS Limited Quantities Starts a.m. Personal Shopping Only Top quality quilted spreads 88 Only a special purchase by Simpsons- Sears makes this outstanding offer pos- sible. Top-quality all-over quilted bed- spreads in a wide range of colours, pat- terns and fabrics. All of them designed to lift that tired bedroom out of the dol- drums. And bring it to life with wide- awake colour and eye-catching design. But hurry! Come in early for best selection! Double Flat Sheets 499 Perma Prest 100% cotton 81x96 first quality. White Stripe Only. Bedding and Linen Boys' and Girls' Swimwear 444 Assorted colors and sizes. Reg. 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