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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI UTHMIDO HMAIO March Hellyer raps government economic policies stand By KEVIN DOYLE OTTAWA CP Former Liberal transport minister Paul Hellyer accused the government before a hushed Commons Thursday of following morally disastrous economic policies and creating tragedy for thou sands of Canadian Technically and the governments policy has been a near total Hellyer it has been a total who was also re sponsible for bousing when he resigned his cabinet post in April said he had been re luctant to speak out against government But of all the problems that I have had to face as a member of Parliament for over 20 years this unemployment has been the Several close associates of who represents the Toronto riding of said in later interviews he had delib erated for several weeks before deciding to make the One longtime colleague said Hellyer had feared that a speech critical of the govern Verdict awaited in Galley trial FORT AP The jury in William Galleys marathon My Lai mur der trial must have a verdict by Rabies outbreak settling down EDMONTON CP The outbreak of rabies in Alberta this winter now appears to be settling head of pest control and crop protection for the provincial said Gurba told delegates to the Alberta Improvement Dis tricts Advisory Council confer ence that 33 cases of rabies have been reported in the prov ince this The department of agricul ture was using a control sys tem which has proven success ful in When an in fected skunk is other skunks living in a threemile radius are Gurba said the program Is not one of Whei t nest of skunks is wiped out more healthy animals tak their he The conference ended Thurs I londay or the judge will ask IB reason The delibera ions are in their 10th da Its a touchy Judge Reid Kennedy said Thursday as another day passed without indi ation a decision is Im not sure just what II say to There really isn any precedent for I don mow of any military jury that ever taken so The is the longest court martial in beginning The six officers of the jury are considering four specifica ions against Galley that on March when he led his infantry platoon through My he murdered at least 30 ci vilians at a trail at least 70 more at a plus a man and a On each count the Jury can return one of four ac or guilty of premedita ted unpremeditated murder or Premeditated murder is pun ishable by life imprisonment or For unpremeditated mur der life in prison is the maxi Each count of voluntary manslaughter could bring up to 10 CANT PLAY DONT PAY PLAN A BEAUTIFUL TWOMANUAL THOMAS ORGAN In your with lessons to help you play ment would be interpreted as our grapes since his resigna on had been a result of a dis mte with cabinet over his pro losals on ALLS FOR GUIDES Hellyer called for raanda ory guides to limit price and vage He said the governments efforts to get agreement for voluntary guides lave not Hellyers statis ticsladen speech highlighted the there were hardlut ing addresses from leading op position spokesmen as well as a Irm defence of government pol cies by Finance Minister Benson said the govern ment is concerned with the con tinuing threat of But Canadas record of controlling inflation was the best in the Western The Conservatives and New Democrats had not produced clear alternatives to govern ment URGES TAX CUTS like most Con servative recom mended substantial tax I believe that these benefits should apply to people who need tax relief This would create an imme diate demand in the market place it would help get the heels turning because it would ut money into the hands of eople who spend it and in the rocess soon produce He also called for a further owering of interest rates to en courage expansion and help make funds available to Cana ian industries for construction f new Hellyer said the govern lent must make certain that an unlimited amount of funds is vailable for the rehabilitation f housing which is in disrepair and for the construction of new lousing and there should be no imit until the industry is operating to The seeds of future inflation lad already been sown by wage settlements in 1970 which aver aged per cent in industries vith 500 employees or Mandatory wage and price guides were the only way to revent similar occurrences in he years ahead Two men charged in girTs death PORT CP Two men have been arrested in connection wih he shooing death Thursday of a 15yearold Port Colborne girl whose body was dumped at the emergency entrance of Port Colborne Gen eral Police said Gerald Joseph of Welland has been charged with noncapital mur der and Grant of WALK TO COURTROOM Murder lusped Merit of In loutheastern British flanked by RCMP he moves to and from the court Nelson was charged after the deaths of eight persons In the Creston area last Nelsons defence counsel admits accused was killer FOR AS IOW AS MONTHLY ENQUIRE AT Prueqqers Accordion College 530 5th S Phone 3277524 CLUB Corner 2nd and 13th Street North ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ANYTHING GOES7 Members and Invited Guests CP Defence counsel acknowledged Thursday that accused mur derer Dale Merle Nelson killed eight people last September in a bloodbath of terror in southeast ern British The five children and three adults were slain on the evening of 4 and in the early morn ing of 5 in the West Cres ton area where a 32 yearold father of A verbal statement that Nel son was the killer was made by defence lawyer Moran of at the fifth day of Nelsons trial in Su Levesque believes west will accept separation Spending estimates approved EDMONTON CP The 197172 spending estimates of the executive council and the highways department were ap proved by the Albertalegisla tures committee of supply The executive council budget for the next fiscal which starts April is an increase of million compared with the current fis cal I Most of the additional S6 will be spent on de velopment projects in the Les ser Slave Lake area of north ern The executive council has also taken over re sponsibility for the division of alcoholism from the health de partment and of human re sources development projects from the agriculture depart The highways department budget of an in crease of includes a new appropriation of mil lion for construction of second ary roads in the The department will spend million on construction of pri mary the same 1 amount as in the recent fiscal I EDMONTON CP Rene Levesque said Thursday he has sensed that western Canadians would accept Quebec separa tion from the rest of However much of this accep tance would result front indif leader of the Parti Quebecois in Que said during a news con Some Canadians living out side of Quebec might regret the move but only because they would be losing the maplike image of the Thats too He said his party cant miss being voted in as at least a strong opposition ia the next Quebec provincial It it formed the he would lead the province out of Last falls crisis in Quebec Increased support for the Part he Less than four months after the kidnap murder of Pierre Laporte the times like this are easy to trike and You He said political control of imons in the armed forces is ping the separatist In fact there is no better reeding ground for separatists an the armed When you go in you may not be ut after experiencing you ome out a Levesque was in Edmon on to speak to students at the niversity of party gained in a byelection in the late labor ministers riding You couldnt find a tougher spot than The party drew 33 per cen of the an increase of ta per cent from the previous gen eral Levesque said Canadians were incredibly conned into accepting loss of rights unde the War Measures Prim minister Trudeau managed t lool the country for six weeks In Quebec two men had been one Tt climate was tense and peopl people deprived of jobs Enjoy a Barbecue in Comfort at the MARQUIS GRILL ROOM Another First Watch your meat being cooked on a spit over our charcoal grill The GRILL ROOM AT THE Ne ught it and swallowed ist as Quebec Employment ommittee in offing EDMONTON CP Steps now are being taken to estab ish an employment committee o assist the 325 men who will be laid off next October when ChemceU closes its petro chemical plant in the La xr Minister Ray Reierson said in the Alberta Reierson told Opposition Leader Peter Lougheed that the the federal man power department and the pro vincial government will help the men find jobs and provide money for them to move to other areas if Asked by Lougheed if the government has any plans for specific projects to provide jobs for the Chemcell em Premier Harry Strom said we will do everything we can to create jobs but the gov ernment cant take up the slack every time a private firm lays off preme Court on two charges of noncapital Nelson was charged originally to all eight slayings but is on trial specifically in the deaths of sevenyearold Tracey Jean Wasyk and eightyearold Cath erine Rose In addition to Korans verbal with the approval of the writ ten statement was entered as evidence describing how Nslson killed Tracey Wasyk by choking stabbing her in the abdo men and cutting her APPEARS DISTRESSED As Crown counsel Bow enColthurst read the who had previously shown n o appeared distressed and gulped The statement said the ac cused also performed certain acts with eightyearold Char leme Wasyk and then attempted to get her to help him kill her sister The prosecutions summary of events is that Nelson killed Shir ley May and Tracey Wasyk at the home of Alex Wasyk at West and then drove to the home of Ray mond John about two miles the victims were Isabelle Alice Paul Roger St Brian Ross and Hoy Kenneth The body of Catherine Rose Amand was found 6 near Nelsons abandoned car ransom paid AP Two young victims of separate kidnap incidents were free an unharmed today after the ents of one paid a ransom and the father of the seconc met a demand for removal a four nude photographs from an art The victims were Michael of Ga who was held in handcuffs fr nearly 20 hours while his pa ents arranged the an Richard son of an official of the gallery in Mem ort with manslaujh Police said he Jane y Ann died of a single unshot wound and that ft eapon and shells had been In they said a ar resembling one seen near hospital early Thursday had een Police said Burnett was ar ested Thursday afternoon on a ort Colborne street and that Vard surrendered to police le Welland police Deputy Chief Don Harris the Niagara region police fores aid it is believed the shooting ook place at a dropin centre or young people in Port Col ndia quits study group NEW DELHI AP India has quit the eightnation Com monwealth study groupset up two months ago to examine any justification for British arms sales to South Foreign Minister Swaran Singh officially informed Parliament Singh said India withdrew from the a boy cott already announced by Ni geria and Britain even before the member nations could meet for the first to sell Wasp antisubmarine helicopters to South 24 Weather and road report SITHISE SATURDAY SUNSET H 23 24 Pincher Creek 23 Medicine Hat 22 Grande Prairie 14 30 33 LPre IS 16 16 12 39 51 33 Cranbrook 28 30 about two miles up a bush road from the Phipps Debbie was Thurs days first The trial is Oldest NWMP dies at 101 Louis Ingrain the old est living member of the North West Mounted died re cently at his home in Powell at the age of He joined the force in 1891 at Fort when there were members in the including 53 Prince George Vancouver 48 20 Regina 23 31 Los 58 Las 66 41 63 41 55 London 54 Berlin 39 50 Amsterdam 48 39 59 41 39 61 Calgary Heavier snow beginning IB the Winds increas ing to Saturday Snow Lows near near medicine snow beginning in the Winds increasing to E20 and Saturday Light snow Lows 1520 Highs Kootenay To day and Saturday Periods of except snow becoming rain during day in southern Highs today and Sat urday near except in mid 30s in Columbia district Lows I tonight in TAK SALE C QE MUSICIAN 13lh ond 3nl VICTORIA CP Democratic Party members ofj he legislature accused the overnment of favoring the ex of pbs from British Co umbia to the United States by allowing the movement of coal over an American rail NDP leader Dave Barrett is sued a challenge in the legisla ture to Premier C Ben nett to call an election on the and James Cliabot Columbia River also opposed the calling on the gov ernment to clarify its Barrett condemned the government for supporting an application hv Kootenay and E1 k Railway to ship coal through the TS to the deep1 sea port at Roberts 20 miles south of He said if the railway is suc cessful m its now before the Canadian Transport to link the Natal Michel area with the Burling ton Northern mainline south of the people will be deprived of Barrett said the govern ment has hired a cityslicker lawyer from Ottawa to fight for Kootenay and Elks and Lro Nimsick NDP Kootenay asked why lawyers should be hired to fight on bphalf of big NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IALUS CHALMERS IACHENERY RHEA RECORDING STAR RUSS MARSH and The Country 3 APPEARING TONIGHT AND SATURDAY AT THE MINERS LIBRARY MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS cet and drlailt on fat linn of equipment contnct nrii Dick OSlon Bui trillion AVAILABLE GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE RAL FARM SUPPLIES HWAY OFFICIAL A3 AT TODAY COURTESV OF AMA Highway Carway to Card some icy Card ston to travel lanes mostly Highway Lethbridge o Grassy travel lanes bare and Highway Lethbridge to travel lanes bare and Lundbreck to the EC some snow packed icy Highway Lethbridge to Highway Lethbridge to bare except for occa sional icy sections east of Card Lethbridge to some long icy Highway Pincher Creek to mostly covered witi packed snow or Highway Monarch to Car travel lanes Highways 52 and travel lanes Highway some short Icy Highway Trans Canada Calvary to Revel mainly bare with a few slippery Generally in good winter driving BanffRadium and BanffJas per highways are bare and in gond winter driving CrestonSalmo highway is mostly bare and sanded where PORTS OY ENTRY Opening anil Unsmg CoulU 24 hours Carway 9 to 6 Del Bomta 9 to 6 9 to 6 24 hours PorthillRykerts 8 to Chief Mountain 8 to 5 p ;