Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
May 9, 1973 THE IITHBRIDOS HERALD 31 young trooper A teenage Cambodian volunteer army trooper rests in o bunker during a pause in fighting south of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's army includes many young soldiers and women. Around Alberta Communist Party members fined EDMONTON fCPI menders of the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Len- inist) were each fined when they were convicted in provin- cial court on charges of as- saulting a police officer. Barbara Phyllis Plante, 25. of Edmonton and John Scott Nease, 19. of no fixed address. were given until Mey 21 to pay the fines but both insisted they would not. The alternative is 20 days in jail for Mrs. Plante and seven days for Nease. The two were charged March R after two city police con- stables observed a man and a woman placing posters on power poles in contravention of a city bylaw. Court was told a struggle followed and the wo- man kicked one of the consta- bles in the head. Several times during the trial. Judge Guy Beaudry warn- ed Mrs. Plante and Nease they would be found in contempt of court if they continued calling police laky Fascist pigs. CONSTABLES IX COURT CANMOBE (CP) Two RCMP constables from the Canmore detachment were to appear in court today to face two charges cf assault and one of kidnapping laid by Hugh Dau- ielson. 28. cf Kindersley. Sask. Mr. Danielson claimed that he and a friend were stopped by the constable April 1 while driving on the Trans-Canada Highway near the comjTr.mity 70 miles west cf Calgary. Tlie friend was not arrested but Mi-. Denielson was taken to RCMP cells at Banff where, he said, he was beaten twice, held for seven hours without; charges, and refused permis- f sion to call a lawyer. PLAN ADVANCED CALGARY (CP) A year- round recreational development has been proposed for Spray Lakes, just outside the south- east boundary of Banff Nation- al Park. The plan has been advanced by Underwood, McLellan and Associates Ltd.. a Calgary con- sul! ing firm, which estimates cKi between million and million. Their proposal would use 7.- j 000 acres on the eastern cf the Rocky Mountains to pro- vide camping, hikine. skiing and related resort facilities. i DOCTOR THREATENED EDMONTON (CP) Chnen Shin? (Ken) Chow. 22. of Ed- rrMiton was sentenced to 23 months in ja.il for attempting to j extort from an Edmon-; ton doctor. Crown prosecutor Ham' Pi-, chard told the court Chow sent two letters to Dr. D. B. Mar- gclus April 10 demanding, money. Chow, who pleaded j guilty, threatened to kill Dr. Margolus if the maney was not j paid. Chow, a native of Hong Kong. was in Canada on a student visa and was enrolled in the second year cf a science course at the j i University of Alberta. Sugar shortage arouses concern By VICTOR MACKIF. Herald Ottawa OTTAWA A prospect of a sugar shortage has aroused concern and opens the door to the possibility of a re- vival of the sugar bset industry in southwestern Ontario, Agri- culture Minister Eugene Whelan said hsre. Hs returned recently from a meeting of the Organization for Economic and Co-operative De- velopment in Paris. "Those fellows over there are really concerned about the pros- pect of a world sugar short- lie said. Jack Murta Lisgar) asked Mr. Whelan in the Com- mons Monday what specific proposals Canada was pre- paring to put forward for the liberlization of international trade in agricultural products. Mr. Murta noted that Mr. Whelan at the OECD meeting in Paris said that Canada looks forward to positive action in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade talks to be held this fall to liberalize trade in agri- cultural products. He asked if Ottawa was preparing specific proposals. The Manitoba member sug- gested the proposals should be discussed with farm organ- izations and provincial premiers this spring and summer. Mr. Whelan said the prelimi- narv talks and preparations are still underway. They will be dis- cussed with his provincial counterparts. Suggestions have been alrcdy received from some of the provincial agriculture ministers. Mr. Murta said Canada has a common interest with the United States in reducing bar- riers to agricultural trade spe- cifically with the Common mar- ket and Japan. He asked if Mr. Whelan would hold talks with the United States to reach joint goals for the GATT conference and negotiations this fall. Mr. Whelan said several dis- j cussions with the TJ.S. represen- tatives took place in Paris. When he was a backbench j Liberal Mr. Whelan was an ac- i live worker for the restoration! of the sugar beet industry in Ontario. 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