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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE lETHBKIDGJ HEMIO March W Shafted HamKiri goes on trial charge denied OTTAWA CP The House o Commons refused to sanction a West Coast trip by one of its committees because of a gen eral consensus among a spokesman for governent House Leader Allan MacEachen said There was no plot or said the spokesman in com menting on reports Friday quot ing David Anderson chairman of the environmental affairs commit as saying he had been shafted by the government A motion that would have al lowed the committee to hold hearings on the West Coast was shelved by the House Thursday on an opposition which the government could have de feated but The West Coast hearings were planned to gather expert evi dence on the proposed tanker route from Alaska to northern along the British Columbia Anderson is an outspoken critic of the pollution dangers of such a tanker TAKEN OFF COJBIITTEE Another claim by Ander that he had been removed from a interparlia mentary committee because of his criticism of the oil transport was described by Lloyd government as But the whip con firmed Andersons Francis West said Anderson was removed from the interparlia mentary committee because of an episode weeks ago when the House was discussing a Mackenzie Valley posed as an alternative to the coastal route for moving Alaska He has no idea what it is to play on a team Andersons place will be taken by another British Colum bia said the TOKYO Reuter Hara the centuriesold Japa nese suicide goes on trial here Tuesday in a bi zarre court case that will challenge much of postSec I ond World War Japans life and The case involves three stu dents who helped prominent Japanese author Yukio Mish ima commit suicide last The rightwing author de cided to kill himself 25 when he was jeered after ask ing Japanese soldiers here to overthrow the postwar consti tution and restore emperor In the prescribed feudal rit ual of the Samurai Mishima slashed open his ab domen with a His young Masakatsu following the or warrior code of administered the coup de grace by beheading Morita then followed his leader into death and was be headed by one of the three youths on The principal charge against the three is killing by the first time the timehonored bushido act has been tried under the criminal Conviction could mean up to seven years imprisonment for the all Tokyo They are Hiroyasu 23 Masayoshi and Ma sahiro The three students belonged to Mishimas nowdisbanded private the Tatenokai tSociKy of the who pledged to defend the nation against leftwing incur sions and keep alive the war rior They have not denied their guilt and said they were in tent only on carrying out M i s h i m a s instructions to propagate his philosophy and justify his The with hearings only once or twice a is ex pected to drag on for more than a year as many of the brilliant authors novels and plays will be introduced by the defence as The governments main is to discredit the Mishima philosophy before it has a chance to take hold in other receptive nunds and re vive fears overseas that Japan is once again heading down a militaristic MOTHER LOVE A mother polar bear holds her little baby at the zoo in The born is not Police obstructed by Commission CALGARY CP City po lice have been obstructed dur ing the last year by the Calgary Police Just ice Morrow said Mon His finding came in an in terim report on a public in quiry he conductal last fall into civic The recital of evidence convinced me there has been interference or obstruc tion of the Calgary police force through the operation of the police CARRIED AWAY The interference was the re sult of elected representatives being carried away by the urge and desire to show they are alert to prevent abuse by the No Mayor Rod Sykes and some of the other commission members are earn est in thendesire to see done and to see they run a good police The Northwest Territories judge said the commission must take care its actions do not discredit police or frustate them to the point they cease to care for He recommended the com mission do away with public hearings to deal with matters of police discipline or charges of In cases where public hearings were held any he suggested guidelines to ensure both the complainant and the accused are treated I ommendations was there be 1 changes in the Calgary com1 A citizen advisory body to the mission until his report and the j alice wa one used as the basis for the provincial legislation hasbeen fully The rest of his report con cerning theft from city depart security arrangements and administrative procedures police commission was dimiss ed as of doubtful The police con sisting now of six should be reduced to three or at most five members with elected officials in a The mayor and three aldermen along with a cnraenatlarge and a representative of the le gal community now sit on the The rather than the should appoint the citi zensatlarge and one should be a AGITATORS AT WORK Today there are cells of even in who as Drofessed agitators are de termined to upset society by other than constitutional Public hearings on police discipline with resultant press converage where police are and can be charged play right into their Even where police might be cleared or completely exoner ated some irreparable damage to the forces reputation may Justice Morrow released his report on the police commis sion early to assist the provin cial government which has drafted legislation to establish a provincial police One of Justice Morrows rec in the city Is to be released The public inquiry was re quested last spring by Mayor Rod Sykes to dispel rumors of mismanagement and extensive thefts which circulated after two men weie convicted of stealing fiom the transit sys Healing Shrinks Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven to shrink repair damaged A renowned research institute has found a unique healing sub stance with the ability to shrink hemorrhoids It re lieves itching and discomfort in minutes and speeds up heahng of the inflamed One hemorrhoidal case his tory after another reported sinking improvement Pain promptly and gently relieved actiul reduction or retraction shrinking And most was maintained m cases where clinical observations ucre continued over a period of nany incse tests and observations were made on patients with a uide variety of hemorrhoidal condi All this was accomplished with a heahng substance Bio Dyne quick helps heal injured ceils and stimulates th of ne is offered in ointment and supposi tory form called Preparation In addition to actually shrink ing Preparation II lubrkates and nukes elimina tion less painful It helps prevent infection u Iiich is a stated cause ol ask your druggist for Preparation H Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment with a special applicator Satisfaction or jour money Lions club assumes responsibility CLABESHOLM HNS Claresholm town council is pleased with the offer by the overthrow bid thwarted Sierra Leone Reuter An attempt to over throw the government and as sassinate Prime Miniser Siaka Stevens failed Two soldiers were killed while trying to break into Stevenss which was badly dam Claresholm Lions Club to take over development of the ball diamond at Centennial Cuuncil voted to send them a letter of appreciation for their contribution to the Council received a letter of appreciation from the Foot hills Figure Skating Club for assisting with the recent ice ULCER PRONE Researchers find that por poises are high strung when ov erworked and are likely to get Ree Dauphin went from a Size 18 to a Size 14 in just 35 days YOUR NEW Dress Size is as Near as Your TELEPHONE if You Call Today NO Crcsi dieri 3272151 Now For Your FREE Trial Visit FigureAnalysis GUARANTEED IF YOU ARE A DRESS SfZE f April 12 1 April 1 Aon 77 F P I Wfly 11 fiTJff cfnlrp AMONTH5FRH Complptc 4Month Program PER MONTH To th lirst to call NOTICE E P Fiqurri ft Q 9 to 9 9 lo 6 p with any olher firjun in FIGURE 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