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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Widow of slain Martin Li finds her new life fulfilling Wedncidoy, April 5, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 15 ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Four years nfter tlic assassination of her husband, Corctta Scott King says her life, Uxxigh drastically changed, is "immensely fulfill- ing." "It's a fulfilling life in so many terras of the cliitdrcn, the non-vioiuil civil rights cause, ami m the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial said Mrs. King in an interview. "It look me a year ant! a half before 1 began lo fully assess the whole experience of his death and its imprint on me as a person and as his said Mrs. King. The widow of the Negro civil rights leader hardly gave her- self lime to mourn after her husband was shot lo death in Memphis April 4, Instead, she plunged into a whirlwind of activity, carrying on his non-vi- olent programs, "I lived up fo the responsibil- ities that were thrust upon me one responds in a she said. She sat in the office of her modest, red-brick home in lower middle-class black neij borhood. "It's a drastically changed used lo feel like a home- she said. "When my husband was alive, I used to have 40 people over for dinner and think nothing of it." Now, Mrs. King has a cool; But with her involvement with the centre, and a variety o: causes, travel, and demand on Scavengers strip ship PORT ALBERNI, B.C. (CP An RCMP spokesman sai( today that scavengers removin items from the grounded Pana manian freighter Vanlene fac customs penalties and polio action. "The Vanlene is still in th custody of the receiver o wrecks and until he release, the ship, it Is unlawful for any one to remove anything from he said. He denied that police ha ever said the Vanlene was th lawful prey of scavengers, adc ing that two lifeboats, brass fi tings and other goods remove from the ship had been seize in Ucluelet by police. The freighter, with load of Japanese cars, wen aground at the mouth of Bar: ley Sound on the west coast o Vancouver Island March !4. A watch was kept on the ves sel until last Thursday who scavengers moved in and vi tually picked clean 109 cars le on the half-submerged shi; Lifeboats, mattresses, blanke and other ships supplies wer also taken. her for she lias liltla lime or leisure. Ill Ihe room next to her office, several assistants stay busy with mail and the telephone. PREACHES AT SERVICE Slic receives hundreds of invi- lions lo speak at universities id conferences, for fund rais- g and in support o( political ndidatos. Slic was Ihe first oman in history lo preach al a iiulay service u board of governors said it! the association to cimibt wins frustrated by apparent un- the rccepliveness uf (lit1 board, on the campus because it CON'CFDKS POINT h.'i'l nnl been able to pinpoint Under (uicstionmu by areas of concern. j an Kdniontnii Monday, the college's stii- dents' association in a 389-page i brief said the governors lacked (he -sense of frustra- tion which, he; partly fed lo (lie inquiry. Asked by Mr. Byrne whether fie was suggesting the clitnato of the institution was signifi- cant, Mr, Head replied, because il was a crucial issue for the commission to examine in addition to the reasons for its deterioration. Mr. Wright filed 23 formal questions on behalf of the ad- ministration. lie said tliat while the admin- istration disputed much of Iho students' brief, it was being se- lective in questioning to expe- dite the inquiry. Silence on other points, he said, "constituted no admis- and counsel for DIT. anil Piters, Mr, Head conceded he had no "personal know- Jan understanding of their role i ledge" of a claim in the ntu a statement rejected by the j dents' brief that Dr. Knstman I btxird in its brief. and Tom Donnelly, bo.ml clinii "What we're trying to do is institutionalize the boycott pro ce d lire as a technique fo changing the power she said. Mrs. King is president of tfo centre, which is to includi King's tomb, the Ebenezer Bap- tist Church where he preached his birthplace, library, lectun hall, recreational centre and institute. She encourages the parttcipa tion by blacks in poh'tics an often flies around the U.S. t support candidates, both blacl and white who, she says, "an responsive to the needs of th black and the poor." Mrs. King declined to sa whom she will support for pres dent in the fall elections in th United States. EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from SIEMAJNS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologitl look cil thesa features 1. LOW INITIAL COST 1. IOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 monlht on ona ballery) 3. SIEMANS EXCEUSNT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Coma in lee and try these ends without obligation THURSDAY, APRIL 6th Eaton's Sfereo Room Phone 327-8551 for appointment H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Aydiologiil CARRIES ON PROGRAM Mrs. Corelta King, of the lafe Martin Luther King, poses before photo-pointing of the civil righls leader In tier office In Atlanla, Georcjia, Mrs.King has been caught up in n of civil rights activlly since the slaying of her husband. The photo-paint- ing in background was done by baseball player Curt Flood, and is one of her favorite portraits. The board said it had dealt SALMO, B.C. (CP) ThG.uii.it college matters in a way Salnio Crc.ston section, of the j "indicative of the board's per- Soutliein Trans-Canada cpption of the problems of Red way was reopened after n by-' Deer pass v.'as constructed around a j The governors said they had wooden bridge partly destroyed j requested several times that by fire Sunday, The bridge caught fire when two vehicles collided. Three persons wore injured in the ac- cident, none seriously. i any complaints be brought to i; Uieir attention, "but to no avail." "As a result, the board found itself in the unwilling position man, were "clnnkim; buddies." Mr. Heart said the proceed' ings should be concerned with the "climate" of the college while Mr. Wright suggested a more legal approach in terms of substantiated testimony and evidence. The student president said that in the tolnl climale of the college, rumor1; in them selves have r ransom to kidnappers j MEXICO CITY (Reuterl i The 26-year-old son of a w o a 11 h y businessman, kid- napped in the state o[ Kayarit I II! days IKIS been released after his family paid a ransom of I Joel Aliud arrived home In a i taxi after being abandoned by liis kidnappers on a deserted road near Tuxpan, about 437 miles northwest of Mexico City, He told police he had been i blindfolded of the lima I and fed only biscuits and dried tortillas. Member of Wationol Hcoring Aid Society Member of Alberto Hearing Aid Dealeri' Assn. Compare Chevy's Sale with other sales... and save! Just compnre Chevy's S.ilc Values, When you buy a specially criiiipprf V8 Chevrolet Impnla Sport, Conpr, Custom Coupe, 4-doorSednn or Sport Sedan...or a VS Bel Air Spoii. 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