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Henry 3 - Dakota than 359; ship- OF HARRY HEIPEL OREGON....
Dakota than 359; ship- OF HARRY HEIPEL OREGON. ILL.. SHERIFF APPEARS APPEARS FOR CROWN IN CANADIAN CANADIAN COURT Regina. Saik , Jan 18 --'Canadian --'Canadian Frets)--The crown callod additional additional witnesses today after 15 had tef-tilibd yesterday at the fir.si day's trial of Harry Helpel, 24-year- j o l r j former farmhand, who u charged with murdering J. R Kaeher, 65 Moosomln farmer- Incidents surrounding the slaying of Kaeser wore related by the crown.s's first witnesses before the six-man Jurv Heipel. through his had entered a plea of not ! l ] t y ] ^ crown nas called ncarly . w | tnewes am0 ng them Sheriff Delos Isianchard of Oregon. I l l , good.Heipel was arrested Nov. 19. six 735^765. days after Kaeser's body was found in a clump of bushes along a remote remote highway near Winnipeg The 625 state ha=, charged that Kaener 000; given Heipel a " l i f t 1 in his car and wa* slain when he resisted robber} John Giilespie testified he foun-J .38 calibre expended revolver shell. 1 close close to the farm of Mrs Perc\ Trout, near where Kaeser s bod;. ! as found, while police testimony disclosed that .33 calibre expended ' all 4.50 cartridges also were found at the farm of R MacFnrlane, where Heipel nad been empiojecl Mrs. Trout said that on Nov 9 saw an automobile along the highway highway parked near a bluff and that after the car had stopped for a time a man got out and walked around it. KMSCT'S Car "He was there about 15 minute? when fie drove back on tne highway." highway." she said The car headed toward Winnipeg. Mrs Trout said On Nov. 13 she added, after hearing police broaa- j | of- j a ! «" to description of Kaeser. she the bluff and discovered the j body ewes, automobile similar to the teen by Mrs. Trout was founc Winnipeg and Identified eu Kaeser s excluded from the courtroom, Two psychiatrist | I so government prime Dr H. G. Cameron, assistant to upe-jntendent of the Weyburn Kresge m-ntai" hospital, and Dr O E. Roth- -*el. of Regina, were in court. H. h! L Sampson, crown prosecutor, said it Karl 1 ;oychiatrista would be called was customary in capital cases to nave the accused examined to ascertain fitness to stand tna!. \Vhile it was known that Heipe! faml 'y ·A as examined at Regina jail, it :heir oeiieved unlikely either of the

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 18 Jan 1939, Wed,
  3. Page 15

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