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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IJTHBR1DGE HERAID Saturday, Oclotm 21, 1972 Bollard ponders appeal JIA110LD UAI.LAKU EDMONTON' (CP) Hydro- gen sulphide fumes from oil and gas operations have killed 50 workmen in Alberta during the last years, the Alberta Federation of Labor charged here. In a brief submitted by Harry Kostiuk lo (he Provincial En- vironment Conservation Author- ity, the AFL said the feaths were among ?37 accidents at- tributed to hydrogen sulphide during Ihe o'z-year period. v Mr. Kostiuk, assistant exe- cutive sevretary of the AFL, said the workmen's compensa- tion board is reluctant to pro- vide details on the problem "he- cause it says the oil companies are touchy about any publica- tion of instances that may hap- pen in their plants." He also charged workers hesi- tate to come forward because of "fears of repercussions." Mr. Kostiuk admitted the AFL had no-information on specific cases, but said he was sure workers would talk about the problem with government agen- cies as long as their jobs were protected. Under questioning by Dr. Walter Trost, chairman of the board, and members Dr. S. B. Smith and W. A. Flook, Mr. Kostiuk said safety committees in gas plants have been set up without real authority to act; TORONTO (CP1 Dressed in the standard uniform of blue jeans mid work shirt, Harold Edwin Ballarcl, (19-.vcar.-old president of Maple Leaf Gar- dens, sat in the Don Jail today, pondering whether to appeal a three-year prison sentence for fraud and theft. He has 30 days to decide and In the interval may remain in Ihe old stone building before being taken to Kingston penitentiary to which he was sentenced Friday by County Court Judge Harry Deyman. His lawyer, J. J. Hobinettc, said oulside court Friday ho had received no instructions about a possible appeal fron the sentence for rMraucluig the Gardens of about am: participating in the Ihett ol about from it. Meanwhile, no serious dis ruption was expected in tlie op orations of the Gardens or thi Maple Leaf hockey club. Judge Deyman, presidin; over a jammed courtroom made the three-year sentence on 47 separate counts cor current. Ballard slill faces charges of evading income taxes of N. A. Chalmers, head of the federal justice department's Toronto legal offices, sairi the tax indictment, laid in 1970, has been held in abeyance pending the outcome of Friday's sen- tencing. NO DECISION REACHED "We could set it for any he said. "No decision has been made as to just what will be done.1' If a conviction is obtained or the income tax charge, a jai sentence is mandatory. The law calls for a minimum of days plus a possible fine. Ballard coulcl be released after serving 12 months of the three-year term, Penitentiary New charges laid in death plot risoncts usually are eligible or parole after completing one of their sentences. However, the National Parole Joard at its discretion may ree a prisoner at any time. Ballard was put through the lormal processing at the jail. "He's treated (he same as anyone a jail official said 'riday night. "Can't make fish of one and flesh of another." There were the usual mug shots and fingerprinting, then lie had to strip, submit to physical examination and turn in Ms clothes and any other possessions lie had on him. Stan ObocMac, public relations spokesman for the Gardens said no special meeting of the hoard has been called lo dis cuss the implications of Bal lard's absence, and it was no discussed at a regular meetin; last Tuesdav. PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) Two United Mine Workers offi- cials wer carraigned yesterday on new federal conspiracy harges in the December, 1968, laying of UMW leader Joseph O'P declares mistr A. (Jock) Ynblonsld. Albert Pass, 53, of Middles- bora, K.V., and William Prater, 53, of LaFollettc, Term., ap- peared before a federal judge. Both Pass and Prater were indicted by ii federal grand jury Tuesday on charges they conspired to deprive Yablonski of Ms rights under the 1870 Civil Rights Act. 'flic in- dictments charged Yablonski's death was a direct result of (hat alleged conspiracy. The latest indictments were similar to those handed down against the pair earlier this year, except they provide for a im- maximum penally of life prisomnent on conviction. Tile previous charges carry a maximum penalty on con- viction of five years in prison and a fine. Pattern 4617 SIZES 8-18 Death plot uncovered LONDON (AP) The Daily Mirror says Israeli secret agents have uncovered a plot by Arab Black September ter- rorists to kill or kidnap West German President Gustav Heinemann during his three- day state visit to Britain next week. The newspaper gives no source for its information and Scotland Yard spokesmen would not comment. Other Brit- ish government sources said the story was "without founda- tion." The paper says the terrorists chose the 73-year-old president as their target in a bid for re- venge for the death of five Arab assassins in the massacre of 11 Israeli sportsmen at the Munich Olympics Sept. 5. The plot was uncovered by Israeli agents in two European capitals and "tltis week the agents and British Special Branch detectives smashed the terrorists' London The Mirror reports. Pattern IN A RUSH for a luncheon date, shopping, picking up the kids? Hop into this sleek pant- suit or the princess dress and know you look great, Printed Pattern 4617: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, IS, 18- Size 12 (bust M) tunic, pants yards M-inch. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) A mistrial has been declared in the securities violation case of Glenn Turner, the self-pro- claimed millionaire business- man. "I expected acquittal but this is bettor than a con- the 33-year-old Turner said following the decision Fri- day. "It was a waste of my talent and a waste of my Turner added. Judge Robert Williams de- clared Ihe mistrial after the six-member jury reported it could not reach a verdict after six hours 20 minutes of deliber- ations. The trial lasted three weeks. ''We're hopelessly dead- jury foremaif Jolm Sanford, a retired lumber dealer, lold the court. Assistant State Attorney Al- len Allweiss said he would move for a new trial In the case. Turner, an Orlando business- man, was charged with 6; counts of violating the state's Uniform Securities Act for al- legedly selling unregistered securities and faib'ng to regis ter as a dealer. DIRECTED COURSE David Baumann, 25, busi- ness associate of Turner, was charged with 25 violations in the same case. He was an area director of Dare To Be Great, a Turner firm which offers a mo- tivational course that Is the foundation of the Turner em- pire. The state contended the course was an investment-type contract or profit-sharing parti- cipation agreement or scheme, and as such constituted a se- curity. Turner denied the con- tentions. The course Is sold In four lev- els ranging from to and at the top two levels the h'.iyer earns the right to sell courses to other Individuals, Expand sear Send order to care of ANNE ADAMS, Be a fashion winner! 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INFLATION Institute reasonable and fair price, wage and profit controls or guidelines to put Canada back on track not permanent but flexible controls to fill the need and solve today's problems. LET'S GET ON WITH THE JOB OF BUILDING CANADA. FARMING ike all other industries and assist where Accept farming as a true primary industry real help is needed. Immediate financial support to rebuild and modernize irrigation all Canadian farm products at Pro- ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) After more than 100 hours of false leads and fruitless search, rescuers weighed the chances of survival and made ready cv- ery available plane today in ex- panded efforts to find Hale Hoggs and three other persons missing for five days in the Alaskan wilds. With more than 70 aircraft in Ihe skies, Air Force spokesman said the search for a light plane carrying the Democratic leader of the U.S. House oi Representatives and three oth- ers would be aided today by two KF-40 reconnaissance craft, en route from Texas. Their efforts were aimed at probing deeper into cloud-cov- ered mountain passes for some sign of life or wreckage. Mostly cloudy and snowy weather was predicted over much of the search area. As Roggs' wife Lindy and her family abandoned their vigil here, authorities said they would expand the mile search area for Hoggs, 53; Alaska's sole member of the House, Nick Begich, 40; Russell Brown, 37, a Ficgich aide; and pilot Don Jonz, 33, owner of IVm-Alaskn Airways. The missing Cessna 310 van- ished Monday on a SCO-mile flight from. Anchorage to j Juncati. systems. Aggressively search out world markets for fair prices. Stimulate production and improve transportation to world markets. mote local secondary industry to process agricultural production before export. THE ENVIRONMENT Support the passage of a "Bill of Environmental Rights" to preserve and protect the AIR we breath and the great natural advantages Canada offers its people. To work for continued economic our ecology. UNEMPLOYMENT To put people first in all programs. To reduce income tax to a reasonable level (4% To abolish the 11% tax on home and building products. To support programs to put Canadians back to work. progress people-programmed to protect and preserve Ken Hurlburt X AND VOTE MARGRAVE HORNER CLARK MEDICINE HAT CROWFOOT ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE Iruerted by KEN HURIBURT CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE ;