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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO Counsel Disagree WETNESSES IN 'HAT TRIAL RECALCITRANT Br ft STAFF EEPOHTER MEDICINE HAT, Slay A thxt Cpt- Karl Leh- German doctcr of svptiv, was murdered to a local prisoner cf war camp Sept- ML beeanse he peeied of beins chier a comrousistic group plotung to tie internal cainp came before Magis- trate W. H. EUis here Tnnrsfiay afternoon near lie of the 24 a week and commercial! users, isclucing stores and theatres. 1 users.__ frojn 2 to 6 p-ni. from Monoay through Saturcay. woiild zesuit in JLICDSttlllg' THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Is Still most tfce province had ever obtain- NEED HIGH Exceptionally high rates wou-c; ive to be iened by the j Ocean Airline have OTTAWA, May income 10 make up the _ 1JOXDON. May British Overseas Airways Corpora- V.L i j uonn JL. remaned divided last rugat as .oe s -j, A-e IO accept the pro- m the senate, propos- t __________5 a ,_____ t _______ of its-------- Scotland, aad Montreal, announces a 99.7 per cent regularity of service during the last 12 months. More than 2.000 Atlantic crossings have been roade, carrying some passengers and almost pounds of and freight. FRIDAY, MAY ROSE IS FREED ONHEAVYBA1L MONTREAL. May j-Jswcc Wilfrid Lazure of the Cours of King's today ser; May as ioecate for beating of two mo: t'ons submitted bv deience counsel Joseph Coteu on beiialf Fred Kose, Labor-Progressive member or paniaiuest charged witli offences under the Official Secrets Act and with consoiracy. _ Oae motion asked for in connection witn various counts in the indictment, against. Rose tfcat refer to the Official Secrets Act. said he would refer to these Nazi captires zecased The suggestion came the coart dtKia? the inarr hearing for 34-y Staff Serseant major Perxenowski and iras inrfnaed in a statement siren Koyal Cani- Mounted last Jaa- uarr 31 br Serseant W51U Mnel- of the allesed nicr- and s Teteran of 78 op- erational flishts with the Ger- man air force Serin? the early BACKACHE'S xssil to fee! tf stiff, sodf lattsl afrserui tdtt tme hnr te btUeztd Gin ftdped tes iddatjs. I tried tteat sad Vce jflsestiZ raj aaoticoe. I feel Hie f nctc otos Asssks to Got PiUs. jtoijoodj bock trouble sbeald try Gin Montrtad.- Gin Pills do tiieir good work helping to rid tbe system poisoos which can cause sore back council Monday 10 nearly 20 mentis ago. tiat he hsd orders to "pu rm esuie" and Mueller "to line operations as the result of 2 shut-dbwa of the Briggs Manufac- turing Company's plant following the of 430 workers. The Briggs shutdomm cut off Ply- 'outh's supply of aurcmobSle.bodies. Besides approximately Briggs frW.A. agree to let one province give up. ins department ofa- The appeal board would con- sist 01 not. ihaii seven mem- were aruse reservations where races- nine wicked I another to retain it. wo Jap Officers Are Found Guilty OTTAWA. May de- ence department yesterday an- nounced conviction by which beaan last session. I swer questions. Cohen said he would alleged offences as -substaauve The second mmioa asked for sep- arste trials en she alleged sub- staave offences" and the conspsr- v charges. Rose, who represents Montreai- Cartier in the conunoas. is charg- ed with unlawfuUv comrnunicatsng lish and re. rJr Georgian Baj forts to introduce a iceg statement bv Wolf and second one by llueiisr.. s-ocks of all grains in eastern "Both Wolf and Mueller were re- relstivelv low and there peateclv warned is; urgent demand for supplies contemp: of court for refusing answer question but both steac- j si-'v maintained they wo-uic j supply the answers until each me >it> for __ __ flow of bread-grains overseas to fsrnine-ravished coun- the expense of the rest of Canaoa Shipmenis lor the I 10 came u? LITTLE on Page 13J COAL STRIKE (Continued from Front Page.) Ciiscis Steel Corporations, two of tile country s top of Aim to eastern t 1500000 bushels oJ is the best proof of ifaeir sell Gin Kils on ffiocey-back basis; lasist oc the gecciae i 40 tcwMmy GIN PILLS FOR THE KIDNEYS 0t Cs ItettaRd Drug etMfnrcal CwnpMV of Canada, -g QQQ predicnoss of S general embargo CE. nracticaBy S SSy setiser service wss ordered to re- tie number of coal-busisisg Ioco3sotives in operanon. An of5- Hgi sale railroacs entirely operated by wiE be to handle freizhi shipnieiits within their own systems, bat wiH -ot be allowed to freight for pickup by con- necting steam Tlnef. STATE OF ZMEEGESCT A stats of emerssncv uroclaimfid to Chicago followed an edict from the HUitoa Coorierce tries. tsUed'Vooaz bushels wheat. Shippers here said 100 v. been "er-gaged in the grain -akirs suoolies trom tne big lerSiais at, Fart'Williani and Fort CANADA NOT cials Canadian National and Canadian Pacific railway systesss said here today there a Iittie imme- diate danger of an embargo on and of passen- ger service being imposed is Can- ada as has been done in the united States because of shrinking coai supplies. Fuel controllers of botn lines in- dicated thai sufficient coal was on hand to continue ncomal operations a considerable period." electricity to ccmmercisl isdiistiial CUSKHHSTS of nine power companies serving aersons. Busineas, commercial and indus- trial leaders struggled to arrasge. werktssr schedules to ccnform to directives imucsea in an effon; to ig- coal supplies. coauiusston reiterated ARABS STONE CContlnasa from Kon: Page.) ropean Jews to Palestine, Azzam Pasha replied: HOW MADE CP Mr. Esley said that acceptance the Ontario proposals would cost the Dominion more than ;t has said K can pay to tiie provmces in for certain ex- clusive taxation rights. _ i; would cost ihe Dommioa to ac- cept the Ontario proposal that K p-bvide foreign eschaage at par io D-ovinces and municipalities. and he hoped they would change their atntude. to the prssent. however, Mr. Drew aoparently does not, wiih to recognize thai, the basic wealth of Carada belongs to all our citizens. Ontario and Quebec depend for their economic prosperity on the efforts and activities of all Cana- dians." OPIX1OX DIVIDED OTTAWA. May would it include the cost alnorig nrovincisl premiers was ci- employables or j they left the Domimon- pensioris to Cio aged the blind, j provincial conference chamber PerJsions ptaa would cost! early this afternoon discussing The accountants' brief suggested payment of higher salaries to de-; nartmenta! officials in order to at- tract and hold well Qualified men.- j s. smristle of Toronto, who pre- sented tne brief, said the a vear paid Frsser deputy sninister in charge of the taxation section of the revenue department, was "The most; ridiculous salary in Canada." A salary of should be said for such z position. sy------------ rion at the Oeyama Camp near Osaka, where ISO Canadians of the Hong Kong force were located, was sentenced to 25 years. Court Learns Of Theft of Jeep By tcTT.T.TAM BOSS eraiers (Canadian Press to AMSTERDAM. May 3 'CJ cafe coor- (S20) if he managed not H> see the "iiDpracncaL" The Dcerun- delegates go home, sri TIO close connecaon vnta "I think we snouia no close connecaon local affairs. Even the Dominion go home lor a cooling off period during which tee extent; of time we can study all new _aspects ploymem sn- of the situauon ana wnen lv-i- _ cs "benefits amounted to an S minion can also careiullr come into an acdiliosl f Bavin was Deponed oS- "al in- ciaUv to be "informal in- quiries" ES to what Bntsin mlgiis expect from the united States in. acmiaisteririg the trouble- some mandate in Palestine. ASSUME RESPOXSIBUJTr Beports from Washington nave pictured the United States as Tia- to undertake an? darec; 21- BE A HEADUNER USE BRYICREEM THE PIBFECT HAIR DRESS1MC THE PgRFECT HAIR men, a "tops" fen- hair froomag. A. IKtlf applied c.ei'v morning wJI fcesp yoar hprr Sa plats aS under control without greasinE- BgEiCTTFW over- comis icalp dryasss, resaoves loose dprdrcg', aad prcmotet beaitby. cfitcral Itatre. For weil-groosned hair, buy haady tube of Bxxixxxnt today! GDM MO SOAP KO ULCOHOl HO STARCH that violation of the order terventifiri in Palestine, but ratner directing iodustry to use electricity i as counting on the united Nations to responstGiifoy. In Baghdad, a joint session cf Iraq's parliament; was called upon bv the newly-organized national defence committee to con- sider active means cf combatting obligation of TCJS added to fee other 000 mads a total of at leasi; 000.000. His figures, Mr. Esley said, were based on. 1947 estsnares. of the Ontario pro- "would mean, tiiat tax trans- fers and parmenE of subsidies -Brould total more "than, all provincial rev- enues before the war, -something Ms more." This was -entirely oas of the the Irac senate, declares that if the committee's recos-mendaaons are imolemented, Arabs can oal? conclude that "both. and ihe tinned States) have declared a state of hostilities against Arabs." "The Arabs thereafter can only fce continued, "declaring the same, and turning their face to SOT power tnat would help Riissia or another." QTIZENSHIP rroin Front Page.) JAPANESE QUESTION At one point the contentious cuestion of Japanese-Canadians was ihjected into the discussion. Eoward Green (P.C, Vancouver South) sug- gested there be a test which would determine whether or not citizen- ship should be revoked for dis- lavaltv. He spoke particularly of naturalized aad Cariadian-bom Jap- anese- State Secretary Martin said the loss of citizenship was a delicate question and there must be care that action taken does not result in persons becoming "stateless" with'so country in which to live. Angus Madrrnis (C.C.T- Vancou- ver East) said matters such as these should not be dealt wita ox. "racial basis" There were laws to deal with citiaeris who during war- time assisted an enemy country, CASE CITED Tom Reid (L, New Westminster read a letter sent to Labor Minister i Mitchell by a Japanese Canadiai j who refused to do wartime work in Canada because it meant h j would be helping agains i Japan. This man had oeen i and had spent 15 years L toe Dominion." DREWS "X7 Ontario suggested yesterday that the annual-rental to the provinces for getting ont of in- come and corporation taxes be multiplied by the gross na- tional production per capita for the fear before tie payment, divided by the RTOSS national production per capita for the 1941, multiplied by the province's population for rear preceding- the rental Mr. Hslev said Ontario had also proposed tiiat this rental not in- GUARDS KILLED {Continued from Front Faze.) Bennett of the federal bureau of prisons said all the hostages were rescued. STILL PRECARIOUS After the prison, authorities pene- sraied into the ceS block from which the prisoners had been battling for soldiers steal a jeep parkea down the street from his post tne night of Jan. 19- Merklev is charged with, the Jan. 19 murder of Sgt- Louis Stork 01 The Netherlands air force. The doorman, Johannes Cornelius Sok. said Kolesar threatened him with a revolver aad iae same even- ing both Kolesar and Merkley visit- ed nis (Kok's) employer. Martin Komma. offering to sell him tae jeep guilders. Homtaa. tes- tified that he refused. Merkler wenc on trial wecaes- dav before a Canadian mili-sry court martial. Police testimony showed thai; a battered body, iden- tified later as thai of Sgt. Stork. was found near Amsterdam. Jan. 20. An abandoned and blood-stained situation is sell precarious." He had jusi returned fron: the islana. where icarines are guarding pris- oners not involved in the battle. The break was reoorted to have started yesterday evening when guard B. A. Burch. armed witit a rifle and .45 calibre pistol, was over- oowered. Burch. said he was accosted by Bernard P. Coy, serving 25 years for bank struci over the head. Benneit said that 'our aad pos- sibly five long-term desperadoes were involved in the riot and named in addition to Coy: Joseph Cret- Netherlands army. he would make no motion in con- nection with the conspiracy couna in the indictment. RELEASED OX BAIL Rose made a wo forma appear- ance in. the Kibs's Bench Court morning at the opening of the May assizes. Sis trial has been sst for" Mav 20 and he is free on bail of S25.000. He was not to the box bat to reoort to ihe court s Tuesday. ind Boyer, Montreal with offences un- Secrets Act, p-ead- __iy when he appear- Justice Lazure and it pro forma for noa-commissioned offi-jMay 20. of general adminlstra-1 The McGiU University professor u xajionai Kesearch Council employee, free on bail, elected to have a French-speaking jury hear his case. DELUXE lude the statutory subsidies now servlljg JIJ-A for second degree >eing paid bv the Dominion. On- ano had asked that the Dominion nos collect; succession dubes. gas- i oline, amusement, security trans- i ers. pari-mumels and electricity. The subsidies amount- ed to The giving up of me tax revenues suggested would amount; to annually and the rental to the provinces for ncome and corporation taxes would tcta' This meant that the Ontario proposals would cost the Do- minion next year. The Dominion's proposed snb- sidies to the provinces would cost an estimated next year, making a. difference of in tbe two sets of offers. DOMINION OFFER FAIR Mr. Tidey said he stiH considerea the Dominion proposals 'a fair Ser." Thev would sive the prov- an- amount 59 per cent over murder and bank robbery, and Sam 3. Shockley. serving life for banki robbery and sidnap- -possibiy Louis Pleisdi Is also in- Bennett said. GUARDS BEATEN Other guards rushed to Burch's aid and were captured by veil- armed desperadoes, who locked them up. Some prison officers were shot and all were reported beaten. At tte sound of the alarm, other prisoners on the rocky island in San Francisco Bay were herded into the pnson yard. Marines landed, well-armed "boats patrolled the waters and prison officers began exchanging gunfire from outside the building with the convicts in a cell block oa the pmnacle of the island. guards reported, obtain- ed kevs to sll doors of the three- storey" building except the building exit. The statement of the bureau of SENATE DISCUSSES IMMIGRATION PLAN: OTTAWA, May j Thomas Tien, speasing on an im- i migration bffl before the senate i last Eight, said before Cariada; opened its doors to new Canadians 1 it should coastcer a program of; selected immigration. This program j would ensure that Carsada -would, get peoale who would, embrace the Canadian, traditions and the Canz- j dian way of life. Senator Thomas Crerar CL, i Manitoba) adjourned the debate and the upper house then adjourned' unto. Tuesday. MUCH SUCCESS IN PRICE RAISING SASKATOON, May T. nresident; of the United rsnners of Canada. Saskatchewan section- said yesterday the cam- paign for a 20 per cent increase in I jrices of farm products is nos meeting wita much success yet. He said objection to the propos- als have been received from Finance Minister J. Hsley and Donald Gordon, chairman of the Prices tax agreements. Those agreements had given prorinces an annual i average of while the present Dominion proposals would give Unless the provinces planned to levy "very high" iaccme and cor- poration taxes if they turned down the Dominion plan, he did think thev could reasonably expect to re- ceive nearly as much through occu- pation of those fields. In addition to the subsidy pay- merits, however, the Dominion had Japan before returning to Canada also offered other s shortlv before the war. J such as social security, public irj- Jam'es Sinclair Vancotiver vestment and .unemployment assist- Sort'n) said the Japanese could not.! be loyal to both countries. They could "not and did itot want to be Canadians. Mr. Green asked for assurance ai passage of the b-Jl wouid in 5 inder the warfime prisons director .said he did not luiucj. derstand how tne guns could nave been captured in view of prison precautions. He said he believed no prisoners had escaped. HATE GAS MASKS Heavy exchanges of fire charac- terized the battle during dayiighs. Guards used tear gas. but the con- victs were reported to have obtain- ed gas masks. The spectacular Sght from the building's fringe raged un- til r.earjy after which, tie battle contmuec inside. Warden J. A. Johnston termed the taking of hostages a part of a "plot; lo make a maas escape." j He named the ringleaders, in ad- i to Coy. as: Joseph Paul Cretzer. 35. serving 25 years for back robbery: five years for escape from McNeil Island prison ance benefits. The Dominion, he said, must ad- here to the position that its Snan- Board. ELLISONS BEST Biaansat nm ELLISON'S FLOUR Vitamin or Regular Type THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR NOURISHING AND TASTY BAKED GOODS EtLISON HILUNG ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. idlers of Pine Quality Flour for 40 Yean Mr. King and himself earlier this the Dominion gone o-a. no way ageet the government s an- j as far as it can insofar as costs arc aounced policv on Japanese in Can- j concerned. ___ ada. OBJECT. YET ASK MORE Veterarss 3 house have ONTARIO irom Trorst Paae.> ir.ces had agreed to jr.cDir.s for murder of a :es marshal at Taccma, Miran Scgar Thompson, 29. serv- ing S9 years for kidnapping and life for murder of a police officer. Sam Snockiey. 36. serving life for s robbery. Hubbard, 54. higher subsidies, although J semr.g 3y years lor stolen firearms '-a-io objected to the subsidy; kidnapping and transporting a kic- nc'nle Ontario was asking for napped person. Clarence 19. serving years for ktcnappmg, holdup, saur- cer and escape. foreign exchange to be made avail- able st a ioss. at less than it was available to other Canadians. ONE SPANKING TOO.MANT exercise their neht to re-enter i _ those fields now thev would collect, j than in money but along with the municipalities, some dous'' amounis were involved Bv agreeing to up plan Ontario had advanced. that amount was a tremendous con- cession. He said It had been intimated Most of the other provmces which first time her husband, Harold. 25, spanked her. she forgot about it He was in the army at the time, she said, and soanked her for being that if the conference fai'.ed it i reasonably satisfactory. Ontario had would sot be possible to reduce in- jsaia it being to vacate come taxes and the blame would i tax fields wortii Tae were more in need of subsidies had late for some dates with him. But indicated the Dominion's offer was j when he can-.e home from the army, it Ann WBX he tried it again. And too much Judee Sabath granted j uer a Divorce on grounds of cruelty.' i V If Z more THE MASTER HAJ OF CANADA NEWSPAPER! ;