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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 1, 1972 THE lETHBRIDGf HERALD B BEATEN H. A. Olson, agriculture minister in the Liberal government, was turned out of parliament Monday by the voters in Medicine Hat. He visited the headquarters of Progressive Conservative candidate Bert Hargrove to concede defeat.________________ Afraid to surrender JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) A man, who says he is a for- mer Japanese soldier, has been living on the island of Bali for 27 years, afraid he will be pun- ished if he surrenders to Japa- nese authorities, Antara re- ported Tuesday. The official Indonesian news agency said the man is named Futiama, is 47 and lives 23 miles from Depasar in a hut owned by a Balinese family who found him when the Sec- ond World War ended. Antara said that in a recent interview the straggler re- norted he had heard of Japan' surrender but was reluctant report his p'resence to the Japa- nese embassy in Jakarta be- cause he feared he would be Imprisoned by his government. The embassy said it was in- vestigating the report. Antara quoted Futiama as saying he came from a wealthy family, left Japan 30 years ago to study in Singapore and later ioined the Japanese army. He was being taken to Indonesia in a transport with other Japanese soldiers when the ship was tor- pedoed, he told Antara. The agency said the man re- :orted he was rescued by an imphibious plane and flown to Bali where he joined a unit of Japanese soldiers. Alberta accident victim dies EDMONTON (CP) Lome Wasylciw, 17, of Kanfurly, died in hospital here following a traffic accident near Ranfurly, about 120 miles east of Edmon- ton. Overseas vote backs Liberals OTTAWA (CP) Ballots cast by Canadian forces and embassy personnel cluded in Monday's election to- slightly in favor of the Liberals. For the first time, voters abroad went to the polls far enough in advance of election day to have their ballots counted before regular polls opened in Canada. The foreign vote gave the Liberals Conservatives NDP Social Credit and Independents 146. Unmarked ballots totalled 198, and 910 were rejected. Service and embassy voters cast ballots for ridings in which they normally reside in Canada, ada. The breakdown of their votes in 15 close ridings: Lib. 52, PC 8, SC 12, rejected one; Drummond? Lib. 120, PC 12, SC 20, NDP 3, rejected 5; Belle- chasse; Lib. 58, PC 8, NDP 5, SC 15, rejected 4; Compton: Ind. 5, Lib. 108, PC 19, NDP 4, SC 25, rejected 2; Montreal Sle. Marie: Lib. 48, PC 9, NDP 4, SC 6, Chartrand Ind. 1. Lib. 55, PC 49, NDP 23, rejected one; Ontario: Lib. 35, PC 30, NDP 11, rejected 1; Toronto Trinity: Lib. 34, PC 27, NDP 7, rejected 2; Sault Ste. Marie: Lib.'63, PC 17, NDP 19, rejected 2. Lib. 22, PC 32, NDP 21. Lake: Lib. 40, PC 27, NDP 17, SC 1, rejected 1; Moose Jaw: Lib. 82, PC 107, NDP 63, SC 3, rejected 3. British Kootenay: Lib. 85, PC 88, NDP 23, SC 4, rejected 4. Appeal filed on life term CALGARY (CP) An ap- peal notice was filed here in Alberta Supreme Court on be- half of Paul Fisher, 16, who was sentenced to life imprison- ment last month on a non-capi- tal murder conviction. He was found guilty Sept. 29 In the April shooting death of his father, Donald Rae Fisher 55. The teen-ager is also charged with attempted murder in (he stabbing of his mother, Evelyn. He is to be arraigned Nov. 29 on that charge: Woofw What a gift! "Now make your own king size cigarettes for less than 30c a pack of twenty." Fashionable Fur Hats at a Low Bi jet Price! 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