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1 Cloudy t h Wcathei: sunny periods today. Cloudy Friday with rain beginning in the , Afternoon. NVinds southeaq 1 5 after midnight, increasing to 25 by noon Friday. Low, high: 45.60. rouNnvn VOL 1.,XXIX--- No. 171 3 KLANSMEN CHARGED WITH RIGHTS MURDER ITAYNEVILLE, Ala. (UPI) An Alabama grand jury today indicted three Ku Klux Klansmen on murder charges in the slaying of Detroit civil rights worker Mrs. Viola Gregg Liuzzo. . Mrs. Liuzzo was shot down on a lonely highway by night-riding terrorists as she operated an auto shuttle service for the Selma-to-Montgomery rights march. Charged are Collie LeRoy Wilkins, Eugene Thomas and William Orville Eaton. Murder charges must be laid by state authorities. Police Trce Skying ,:il E LEONARD HOGUE nine slugs One would have been five on Friday, and her birthday party was planned. Police said that when Hogue went on the rampage he was only under suspicion in the robbery, suspicion based on his friendship with a former city policeman arrested in connection with the case. Whether this triggered the insane outburst or not may never be known. But police pieced together the horrible minutes early By BILL BACIIOP Sun Staff Reporter BURNABY Vancouver police constable Leonard Hogue, 34, may have made a bizarre attempt at suicide Monday less than 24 hours before he shq ! his family and himself. Hogue's Volkswagen Inexplicably overturned at 6:30 am. Monday while travelling at 70 miles an hour on the Port Mann Freeway near the Brunette River Bridge. Hogue staggered from the battered ear shaken, apparently unhurt apart from a minor cut above one eye. Today, Northwest Towing Company driver Al Kerr, who hauled away IIogue's wrecked Smashed Car, P. 3 ear, said he was puzzled by the circumstances of the crash. : "I just couldn't understand It at all," Kerr said. "It seemed a funny sort of an accident." Kerr, 39, of 13019-14th Av. enue, White Rock, said he later called Hogue at his Co. quitlam home and asked him what had happened. "I think I was hit by an. other car," lingua told Kerr. , Burnaby RCMP said today Ilogue's car was the only vehicle involved in the ace!. dent. CfllM REMARK Officials of Northwest Tow ing also recalled a grim re., mark casually passed by t( driver when he saw Hogue rm brought into the company, hit on Imperial Street In Bur. nahy. , After hearing details of I Ingue's accident, the driver said: "Boy, it you're out to k- , creasing to - Low, high: PARTLY CLOUDY -- "r71' MUtual 4-7141 Police Get Suspicious Constable Shot Family One by One, They Say Friend of His Arrested Was Car's Flip A Suicide Try? "01 Police said today a crazed Vancouver policeman' with a smoking gun stalked his children through their home as he wiped out his family of seven and then himself. Constable Leonard Hogue, 3,1, took eight lives with nine slugs a few days after he came under investigation in a S1.2 million cancelled-banknote holdup in Vancouver. The insane slaughter occurred between 2 a.m. and ! 5 a.m. Tuesday in the Hopes' green-shuttered home in the quiet Harbour Chines subdivision in Coquitlam. ! But the tragedy went un- noticed until city police beH came suspicious when Hogue didn't come to work and went to investigate. They looked through a basement window and saw the bodies of Hogue's two girls. What was found inside sickened hardened policemen and ambulance attendants. Police said Hogue murdered his sleeping wife, Vera Irene, 33, and two of his chikiren in their beds, hunted down the other four, and then went back' to his Nvile's side before turning the gun on himself. All.. eight was shot in the head. A loving father who spent ! i!! much time with his family, he 2 apparently reloaded his six-shot revolver during the killings before gunning down the girls. Tuesday at 1793 Harbour, f . . Drive. I 'i. They believe death came violently and loudly in the t. Hogue house between 2 &mi.: and 5 a.m. Tuesday. . k. They base this on reports from neighbors who were'l I awakened by the nine reports.! The neighbors dismissed thet sounds as a car backfiring or firecrackers. I : Hogue and his family had lived in the $25,000, we1l-1 Please Turn to Page Two SPe: "I lorror" commit suicide that's a good way to do it." Less than 24 hours later, Hogue was dead. Police be. lieve he took his own life after slaying his wife and six children. All died as a result of gunshot wounds. Kerr said that while talking to Hogue on the telephone he asked what Hogue wanted done with his ear. "Where do you want It taken?" Kerr asked. '1)0 1VIIAT YOU LIKE' "I don't give a damn," Hogue replied. "DO what you like with it." Burnaby police said today Hogue's car was travelling west on the freeway when It skidded and overturned. The car was heavily dam. aged. Police estimated cost of repairing it would run to at least $700. In a statement to pollee, Hogue said he was doing 70 m.p.h. when he braked. CAR OVERTURNED The car went out of control and overturned. Police said the car did riot leave the freeway and was not involved with any other car. Hogue was taken to Royal Columbian Hospital where he had his head cut treated. lie was then discharged. Pollee said no charges were contempihted in Hogue's ae. cident. The doctor who checked Hogue at Royal Columbian I lospital said !lope was treat. ed for a minor cut above the eye and was discharged. The doctor said Xrays were not necessary. 66 PAGES (AP) U.S. Marines skit mished with Viet Cong guerril las today. While the Marines engaged In their first extended ground action of the war, American and Vietnamese planes ranged over .North Viet Nam on at least nine separate raids and South Vietnamese forces were LONDON (UPI)The Labor government will announce Monday Ds intention to nationalize 90 per cent of Britain's steel industry by taking over 12 major producers, it is learned. Informed sources say mime Minister liarold Wilson will make the government's plans known in a white paper. When Wilson took over from the Conservatives last October he pledged he would renationalize the industry, U VANCOUVER, BRITISII COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1965 Icetren joliotaitEr SuspkiBT ', v5' Citv NoIdLops DARLENE, 5 MASS MURDER VICTIMS, six children of Vancouver police constable Leonard Hogue, 34, were SAIGON, South Viet Nam!dealt a bloody defeat by the Viet Cong. During an eighthour patrol Into a valley, outside the Da Nang airbase, the Marines tan gled twice with Communist forces. One American was wounded slightly, and two oth ers collapsed with heat pros. tration. The operation inducted the IN BRITAIN Steel Grab Set LONDON (UPDTheLaborialized steel in 1951 but eight wernment will announce months later was turned out of onday Its Intention to nationoffice and the Conservatives ize 90 per cent of Britain's,returned all but one steel corn-eel industry by taking over!pany to the original owners. ! major producers, it Is! A vote on the nationslization tinted. issue is expected in June. Informed sources ssy mime Under the selective national. mister liarold Wilson will 1 liation scheme about 250 small ake the government's plans companies would be left tin-town in a white paper. touched. When Wilson took over Sources said that it the plan run the Conservatives last does not get approval, Wilson 7tober he pledged he would will call a general election to nationalize the industry, try and improve his razor-thin A Labor government nation-imajority. Vies Clash With Marines, Crush Saigon Gov't Force found in different rooms of family home at Harbour Drive, Coquitlam. first helicopter assault landing of U.S. Marines In South Viet Nam, Eighteen U.S. Navy jets from the carriers Midway and Hancock capped the day's aerial strikes by blasting at six Communist boats In a river estuary Just east of Vinh, mid way between the border and Hanoi. In the fierce ground battle, six battalions of South Viet namese forces retreated after losing 26 dead, and 86 wound. ed including five American advisers. Two defected and 28 were reported missing. The action was 30 miles from Da Nang. Rol !bird Selections Exhibition Park, Friday 1MI ss Coomein, Chasmic, Miss y. Lea. '2 R awl, Secret Sue, Miss Nem-wire. )Tsizkalic Chatworth, Temple 4Prinre Alfred, Rey Rork. Rues lit it her. 3Sorder Spy. Rix Cuss, Will Roll. 6-1io(sv Retie, Dan Bandage, liohin's BAY. 7set. !tricker, Crazy Army, Enchalade. SCoPPer Prince, Ardorin, DonmEl it. tole StextPlit. Pricker. 'Entries, rags IC) Wi 1793 UNDERGROUND A-TEST HELD WASHINGTON (AP) A nuclear test of low-yield, the eighth weaponsrelated test to be announeed this year, was detonated underground Wednesday at the Atomic Energy Commission's Nevada test site. Low-yield means the de. vice's blast power was less than 20,000 tons of TNT. U.S. Shelves Use of Gas SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) Neither Vietnamese nor American forces have used riot gas in combat here since last month, when It was first disclosed that such gases had been used, a U.S. military spokesman said today. ' The use of tear gas and nauseating gases in combat here was tried on operations aimed pi imarily at recovering cap. tives from the Viet Cong, of ftdais said. Disclosure of the project drew a wave of international comment, mostly critical. F 1 Police Chief Ralph Booth said today several city policemen are under suspicion in connection with Van' couver's $1.2 million cancelled-currency holdup and a $13,000 bank robbery. Booth said police have suspected there might be a connection between the two crimesin January and February this yearbecause of the methods used. He said the arrest last week of a former Vancouver city policeman in Edmonton in the $1.2 million robbery was not a surprise. Slaying of Eight Steps Up Probe Internal Help Suspected "We had a strong suspicion'of the procedure. They had 1 they had some internal help," knowledge of the police opera-, i;, he said of the four bandits 1 tion and how to protect them. who robbed Canadian Pacific selves under such &cum. ,, I Merchandise Services, 44 West stances." , Fender, Feb. 11. The chief's announcement Three disguised, armed men that an internal probe will bo :i robbed the Bank of Nova Sco- itensified came within 24 : , tia, Forty-first and Dunbar, hours of the discovery of the 1Jan. 15 of $13,000. bodies of Constable Leonard IJust before both crimes, Hogue, 34; his wife, and six Ifalse holdup calls were phoned young children in their Coquit :1 i to city headquarters and sent lam home. 1 police on wild goose chases. In the esrly hours of Tues. I Booth said in a statement day, Hogue shot each of them i :.1, today: i in the head before turning the 11 "They were knowledgeable gun on himself. lOfficer Under Probe The tragedy came a few days after Hogue learned he was under investigation In connection with the $1.2 million i holdup. Deputy Chief John Fisk said In a statement earlier today that several men had been investigated in connection with this case and more would be. He said the internal probe had been stepped up in view of what had occurred. "It brought it pretty close to home," he said of the tragedy. The 700man force is shocked by the tragedy and revelations of the past few days, but Mayor Bill Rathie said today he is not considering an out. side probe of the department. 'Won't Hurt Reputation' Chief Booth said the situation will naturally disturb the public, but he said he did not think it would destroy the image and reputation of the force. This reputation has been built up since the police probe l and scandals of the mid-50s. He appealed to the public for help in trying to track down the 700 pounds of paper I comprising the stolen $1.2 million. Chief Booth said following the arrest in Edmonton of Joseph Percival, 37, a former city policeman, and James McDougall, 32, it is believed the bulk of the money still is some 'His Guilt Built Up, Finally Exploded' By BOB PORTER The men who knew him believe Len Hogue was driven to massacre by a deep, gnawing guilt. For some time he had been under suspicion for the $1.2 the Harbour Chines subdivi. million cancelledbanknote rob. bery last February at the sion in Coquitlam, said he be. Canadian Pacific Merchandise lieved the robbery was the Service depot, 44 West Pewter. cause of Hogue's actions. Fellow officers on the Van. Car Non said he felt Hogue , couver police force had been had killed his wife and chil. Investigating his activities. " dren because he didn't want The 34-year-old constable, a Jailer at police headquarters, them living with the stigma Of a husband and father who had not been questioned di. rectly, but he had known for was a crooked policeman. days that he was a suspect. Deputy police chief John Then, last Satur y, one of Fisk has confirmed that Hogue his best friends, former con- was a suspect in the merchan. stable Joseph Percival, was' disc service robbery. He said: arrested in Edmonton on a "We had been looking into charge of possessing bank- his actions for some time with notes stolen in the vancouver reason to believe he was im. holdup. plicated in the holdup, par. POLICE FOUND BODIES ticularly in the light of the Police believe Hogue's guilt recent arrest of Percival in welled up inside him and final. Edmonton." ly burst early Tuesday. BACKGROUND PROBED Ile shot his wife and six children, then turned a heavy .357 magnum revolver on himself. The bodies were di.;covered by two of his supervisors Wednesday morning whel they went to his house to find out why he hadn't come to work. 'Logue had borrowed t h e Magnum from a friend. Ilk service revolver had been left In the city jail. Said one investigator today: "Ills actions Constitute an ad. mission of guilt as tar as I am concerned." M. E. Carlson, a neighbor In Letters, 5; Suburbs, Index. 11; Nesbitt, 13; Names in News, 19; TV, 22; Theatres, 23; Gardens, 21, 51; Sport, 29; Finance, 35; Women, 42; Comics, 46; Bridge, 45; Crossword, 51. PRICE 10 CENTS By Carrier $2.00 Per Month "I have complete confidence in the chief and his senior of. ficers," said Rathie, who Is Ihead of the police commission and is the city's chief magis. trate. "There is no reason for rt Investigation by an outside body such as the RCMP," he said. Rathie said circumstances surrounding Hogue's death would be raised at a regular police commission meeting later today. He said the deaths were a great tragedy. "It is almost In. conceivable that such a thing can happen in Canada today, but it did," Rathie said. where in the Lower Mainland. The two men, who said they are Vancouver real estate salesmen, are due to appear In court in Edmonton Friday charged wit h possession of stolen banknotes. Chief Booth said the money likely has been packed in containers and hidden somewhere on the Lower Mainland. lie declined to detail the internal investigations being carried on in connection with this robbery and the bank holdup. "We can't prejudice our position or talk of things not - Please Turn to Page Two See: "Murder" the Harbour Chines subdivi. sion in Coquitlam, said he be. lieved the robbery was the cause of Hogue's actions. Carlson said he felt Hogue had killed his wife and chi'. dren because he didn't want them living with the stigma of a husband and father who was a crooked policeman. Deputy police chief John Fisk has confirmed that Hogue was a suspect in the merchan. dise service robbery. He said: "We had been looking into his actions for some time with reason to believe he was im. plicated in the holdup, par. ticularly in the light of the recent arrest of Percival in Edmonton." BACKGROUND IROBED Detectives probing Hogue's background also are looking for evidence that he might have had other problems. "it may be that he has been living beyond his means," said one investigator. He added: "Or it may be something else entirely. We may never know." Arrested in Edmonton with Percival, 37, was James Mc. Dowall, 32. Both are described as Vancouver real estate sales. men. They are due to appear In Edmonton police court Fri. day. alLanLaLotaado6am6doa-as.ma.m.,... LEONARI nine , ' Friend One would h, Friday, and he was planned. Police said ti went on the r only under st robbery, suspi his friendship city policeman nection with t, Whether thi Insane outbur; never be know - But police he horrible Was A S LI By BILL Sun Slat BURNABY lice constable 34, may have attempt at suic than 24 hours his family am', Hogue's Vo plicably overt a.m. Monday at 70 miles a Port Mann Fr Brunette nivel Ifogue magi. battered car ently unhurt minor cut abm Today, Nor Company driw hauled away Smashed ear, said he the circumsti crash. : "I Just coull It at all," Kerr a funny sort ( Kerr, 39, of enue, White later called Ih quitlam home what had hapr "I think I 1 other car," , Burnaby RC Ilogue's car vehicle ITIVOIVf dent. 131 R EM 111 Officials of I ing also recar mark casually driver when h car brought ini lot on Imperia: nahy. , After heRri I logue's accidi saki: "Boy, if 14 1 r"7'411-11.714"71,!'tl.i.V7I'''7'q 4 , '''''1.:1' )tti5) AZilpl,.;....., A t V i',0 ' , 4 s,- . 1 l'. c" i'''1'.4N'-'"'"1 i ! ' t ,,,:. ;5. 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