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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Octotor 11, 1970 THI IITHMIDCI HMAID It MAYOR LINDSAY Breaks GOV, ROCKEFELLER ADgry Lindsay Switches Support NEW YORK (AP) Mayor John V. Lindsay, an enrolled Republican, endorsed Democrat Arthur J. Goldberg for governor Tuesday, breaking with Repub- lican Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, who is seeking a fourth term. Lindsay, however, made it plain that he did" not intend to join the Democratic party. "I am a Republican and lin- tend to remain a he told the news conference where he made his announce- inent. He also endorsed Goldberg's running mate for lieutenant-gov- ernor, Basil Paterson, who rep- resents New York's Harlem in the state Senate. Paterson is the first black man to seek state- wide office here. Rockefeller reacted with scorn and anger at Lindsay's decision. 'The public will not be fooled after the spectacle of his highly publicized months of consulta- tion as to which course of action would best serve his own politt cal Rockefeller said. Boasted He Wouldn't Die CHICAGO (AP) A con- victed murderer who boasted that he would never die in the electric chair was shot and killed by police -as he held pis- tols to the heads of two hos- tages. Using a gun authorities said was smuggled to him in a book which had its pages cut out, Gene Lewis, 27, tried to escape from the Criminal Courts Build- ing Monday shortly after a rou- tine hearing. Lewis was sentenced in Feb- ruary to die for the 1968 murder of a guard for a cheque-cashing service. Police Defuse Dynamite Cache NEW YORK (AP) A prose- cutor says that an undercover policeman defused a Black Panther dynamite cache by se- cretly substituting a filling of oatmeal and clay for the explo- live powder. Assistant District Attorney Jo- Mph Phillips told the jury Mon- day in the trial of 13 Black Panthers accused of conspiring to bomb and murder that the phoney explosive was later found at the sites of three at- tempted bombings. "If real dynamite had been used instead of simulated, a number of police officers would have been Phillips told the jury during his opening statement. Police Lost Rose While Tailing Him MONTREAL (CP) The Ga- wtte says police investigating Front de Liberation du Quebec kidnappings picked up the trai' of Paul Rose, one of two men for whom warrants have been issued, a "few days" before Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte was found slain but did not arrest him. The newspaper says under- cover men tailing the 27-year- old suspect lost sight pf him when he entered a house in sub- urban Longueuil "and never came back out." Clergy Posts For Women Under Study HALIFAX (CP) Rt. Rev. W. W. Davis, Anglican bishop of Nova Scotia, said Tuesday the issue of allowing women to be- come full priests and bishops in the church is under study and a report is expected at the gen- eral synod in Niagara Falls, Ont., in January. Bishop Davis was comment- tag on an announcement by the American Episcopal Church, a part of the Anglican commun- ion, to allow women to become deacons. He said the action was similar to measures taken last year by the Canadian church following a resolution passed at a meeting of world bishops at Lambeth, Eng., in 1D6S. Nova Scotia has one female deacon. Regarding the more radical move of granting full ordina- tion, Bishop Davis said the Lambeth conference recom- mended that any n a t i o rt a 1 church of the Anglican com- munion should study and report before taking any action. "It was felt that it would be wise if the communion moved gradually and together to have some unanimity of action to bo the purposo be- hind be said. The information Is attributed to a veteran officer assigned to in- vestigation of the kidnapping and murder of Mr. Laporte, whose body was found last Sat- urday, and the kidnapping of James (Jasper) Cross, senior British trade commissioner at Montreal. The Gazette says there were suggestions that Rose be picked up but the veteran investigator said that "a high-ranking police officer rejected the idea, hoping that Rose would lead them to the place where Laporte was being held hostage." The investigator is quoted as saying: "If we had arrested him when we had him under surveillance, we might have obtained some information from him." The city of Longueuil where Rose's trail is said to have been lost is on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River across from Montreal and only three or four miles from St. Hubert where the body of the labor minister was found in a car trunk. HOUSE LOCATED Police located early Monday a house at S't. Hubert where Mr. Laporte is believed to have been held hostage from the Oct. 10 date of his Wdnapping. Quebec P o v i n c i a 1 Police, Montreal police and RCMP are working together on the kidnap and murder investigation. The Gazette report says that a second veteran police officer com plained of "kid-glove" treatment given to persons ar- rested as FLQ members or sympathizers. He also is quoted as saying that police were "tricked" by a man who surrendered last Fri- day night and claimed to be an FLQ member. The man allegedly led police on fruitless chases in the Raw- don area, North of Montreal. The Gazette says the officer asked the question: "Was this a trick to get the )0lice away from the South ihore so Rose and Marc Car- xmneau could get Carbonneau, 37-ycar-Oid taxi- driver is sought with Rose as a suspect in the Cross-Laporte kid- nappings. SIMPSONS-SEARS The Belt Look is Back! 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