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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Young German Sailor Finds Body Of Countryman Hanging In Room ai he CBv Stall Reporter.) .under the impression MEDICINE HAT, May alone.. boars after a craft of German cap- j -I cent see verj a_a a. tives left the local prisoner of c-c 2C- i the he on north- i added. be later rose fia mSaSuao'campb. a young sailor found, the body cf Xirl Lehmarm. hanging from the lecture room whicn the appearance or beinj recently used as a. gag when he founa it. TS was soaked with blood and show- ed iee-th marks, Examining the ciothusg of the hanging victim. Set. Stanton. took s wallet, canteen Senators Split On I Oleomargarine Quebec announced he MS ready to j __ DEWiTT go home unless the federal govern- A VC i meat was prepared to change jAI 3 nrrvrmiwaX I OTTAWA, May bill to safekeeping unul required. body was let down and r- undertakes pariorsL gone to the j speakers, arxi was opposed by three S others. rtingr the measure on second reading vere Senator A. K. Huges- thTfederal offers'as "they EOM- stood, i Quebec) and Senator Nor- i prisse Minister Mackenzie King It was proposals. Mr. Usiey's speech, in the worcs! of Premier'George Drew of Ontario, j I a "bald declaration" to -1" i take It f eceral pro- I Drew j .__to ssv that, while Ontario} not adopting an arbitrary atti- it. was not prepared to accept j f: _ _ __ Palestine Report Causes Many Plenty of Worry sea tL- Anglo-American inquiry com- Nazis war outward movement of capn O i. _______ the rnoTEins: and he later mace the Dr. Max German emescrae esscovery while studying medial the casp. tested that he advised the j oSeer cf the hanging. Obeying zz- struciienf. the captives 'her; cov- erec up wisdoms i the to ti gruescrae esscovery m the lecture roosx. The sailor, the fifth of IS wit- nesses to he called in s hearing, added that, large n-jmsers of new arrivals were welccraec to ihe camp vKis. news of the hang- ing, a movement of Germans cap- to see what had happened. clay no: Nazi or First police cotiftcaUon or murder was received at one o'ci on Seat. 11. 1944. testiSec A. Raymesit. now secretary of the j though the was sure to Medicine' Hal Chamber" ol CO2i- defeated in the consaons. erce and prevwasly sergeant, m discovered. ____ ACCUSED WILL TESTIFY Evidence of five wrasses was, heard on the opening day o: tne preliminary heanrs before Magis- trate W. E. and as the hear- ing went into its second day Thurs- dav indications were tha; some o. the accused testify shDrtly. i sa-o.. Is is that the other ac- Sgt.-Major TOili Mueller. 32; Sgt.-Major Heinnch Basch. 23; and Sgt- Walter Perze- !a conferred with his counsel Mr. Hrce then asked the wit- ness: vou know anything about of this should replied the charge of the Royal Canadian Police detachment here. He promptly went to investigate the death and after a short felt "death had occurred through hanging." and halted his investigation to avoid disrarbiss possible evidence. The door ;o the suiieing was locked and a strong guard posted to keep the Senator K-ugessen said prohibit tion of the raaEufacture and sale of oleomargarine was a violation of democratic principles. No special interest, no matter how deserving, should receive a monopoly by statute. Wolf. testifv in the hearing for 34-year- old and that Perzen- of the H-CJiLF. at Lethbndge. -ha- the provided for about resort maintains __l shall be neither Arab state. Is calls of Arabian and __ which has boiled afresh of late aad in itself pre- tail order. Arabs and Jews have the report. The matter of _ urovintes WES 5 immigration alone ivas t unbridgeable and that efforts'make the kettle boil over, i ninca n 3IAPLE LEAF TRUCKS. SALES AND SERVICE ____ TWO LOCATIONS: "th STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 4O5S FOR SERVICE. WASHES WHITEST, BRIGHTEST, f f QUICKEST ISo 1946Rinsoisthe most popular soap everywhere. RInso's gentle soapy-rich scds make even ground-in dirt vanish in no time. Your come gleaming white your wash- able colors sparkling bright. Even finest rayons and woolens dry fresh and new looking because Rinso gets out MORE dirt THOROUGHLY, SAPELY! Yes, Rinso is best for everything. washes everything whitest, brightest, quickest. Grimy clothes, hard-to-clean walls, dishes and woodwork are easiest, quickest to do when you use New 1946 Rinso. It's the one and only soap you need. Get a package today! RINSO IS THE ONE AND ONLY SOAP YOU NEEO I.Et'KR NEWSPAPER! SEWSPAPERl ;