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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 59 MAIE- GARDENING CONTRACTS developments hinted n Yablonski murder c-y H j'tincralJ, J i n Cnr'li Of Jn Wli'inoriami HELP ING WITH LARGE YEL- f i rolotlller. Phcne 327-2-138. 9704-11 1 ANK'S ROTOTtLLlNG PROMPT VJINDOVi'S DOORS. 6 ViAI.'J I PNAttCF [JO CHANG- s IG. PHUNF.: JONES ROOFING, 326- 74S. SCHOOL BUS DRIVER WANTE-D FOR Sunnysiilc-Cortldolo distrkl. Ptiono C1325-M WA N T E O IMfAG D 1 AT EL Y A m bl-tJept. Excellent Incentive plan, C LEAN'S TREE SURGERY TREE t Iniatcs. Pruning, Irlmmlng and lell- r Call 323-2094. 7030 WORK FENCflS OR S Gua ranked F'rco esti- S nates. Phone 328-7tOi. wa-iMY ESTATE, 328-1011. C1358 If MORTGAGE CLERK Free estimates. SalislacUcri aranleed. Phone 1-11 Passed away i Vancouver on Saturday, 15, 1972, Mr. William Dcrk- 1 en at the age of K years ol 30 (Itli Avenue S.E. Calgary. C "uncral arrangements will be wlien cnmplelctl. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dirce- ors of Funeral Service. I C13W c 1 IIYUKCIIUK Passed away uddonlv in the city on Mon- i lay, April 10, 1072, Julie Rae t ly'dechuk, beloved infant laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evan lyd'ochuk of 1605 1 Avenue N. graveside service was held on Thursday at a.m., with lev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment followed in lie Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc-ors of the Funeral Service. AI.LREU Funeral service n or Ernest Rudolphus Allrcd, P cloved husband of the late L .oietta Allred who died at J ;ardsion Sunday, April 2, 1972. (AP) Gov-r n m e n t sources say more t lajor developments are ex-ecled in the murders of nited Mine Workers insurgent oseph (Jock) Yablonski and s wife and disclosure followed he arrest here on federal conspiracy charges in Lake City, Tenn., of William Jackson Crater, 52, an official of the JMW's District 19 who became he sixth person taken into in connection with the kill-ng's. "The conspiracy doesn't end one well-informed source said. "It goes much :he source said, "and we expect more important developments soon." Prater was charged with conspiring to interfere with the rights of a union member, conspiring to interfere with an and conspiring to ob-truct justice. ItElTEHATE CLAIM The indictment detailing the charges reiterated an charged there was vrWe-spread misuse ol union money and other improprieties, and ho promised reforms. BOYLE CONVICTED Boyle was convicted by a federal jury in Washington, D.C., last month of illegally spending union money on political contributions, hut he is appealing. Besides Mrs. Gilly, others previously arrested in (he Yablonski slayings Include: E. Vealey, W, ol Cleveland, who pleaded guilty and turned state's evidence Jast June, Paul Gillv. 38, Mrs. Lilly's BUILDING C E M E N 1 k end sluccoiny. AnJdrscn and greni'sn Const ruclion. 10JO 7th Ave Phone 327 -WW. C73J7-II S410 monthly. Plicnc 3J7-577J. Dank ot Nova Scotia, 703 3rd Ave, S, RENT A ROTOTILLER WHEN v can have a custom done for 5 bout the same cost. All dene s experienced college students. Phcne 7-B7B4. 92 66-1 my -GH SCHOOL BOY READY TO r rake lasvns. Plione 32'' r 5, alter p.m. V Iff OOK NOW FOR SPRING ROTO- ng. No lob Ico small or loo big. LINK'S ROTOTILLING, 327-4304. er 5 p.m. THE METIS ASSOCIATION OF AL-berla is accepting applications for Held staff to v.'crk In the Calgary area. Applic.inls rnus! Lt able tg travel Ability to speak a native lannuage an asfjt. Write to Linda While. Ciilgary n ranch Office, Room 31, 30) Bill Ave. S. W. Phone 9E FENCES PATIOS, SIDE- 5 ks, siding, rumpus your remc'Jelliriu needs. fJo job too mail. Free eslimales. Phone 3J3-C9B7 r 3i5-3iVJ. the age of 93 years, was eld at 1 p.m. Wednesday, 5, 1972, in the Hillspring 1 Chapel with Bishop Shel- a on Wynder officiating. Pall-icarers were sons Hoy, Jim, Stewart, Guy, Blniel and Mor- 1 is Allred. Interment was in he family plot ill the Hill-pring Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, in charge of the arrangements. CCNNINfi Funeral for Mrs. Muriel Estelle Dunning, beloved wife of F. Cunning of 824 9th St. S. who died at Lethbridge Saturday, April 8, 1972, at tile age of 79 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, 1972, n the Lcthbridge First Ward LDS Chapel, 1912 10th Ave. S., with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Pallbearers were Don Jeston, Lcs Cunning, D'Arcy Kerr, George Robinson, John Prowse, 0 r v a 1 McDermott lien Oliver and Bill Tennant. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Service, was in chrge f the River n-isoii back :o normal PEACE ItlVISR, ALTA. (CP) -The correctional institute has eturned to normal operation ollowing a sit down protest by 7 prisoners which started Warden It. 0. Des-ochers said today. The warden said the protest vas organized hy ahont six ringleaders" and involved 15 emands, all ol which were 'unreasonable." The demands included TREE ESTIMATES 3n recreation kr ih ens. balh-tjorns or any lyps cf re--ncdellinrj. You arc ur.dfjr no obllga-ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Lid. Cor. 2nd Ave. anrj 13lh St. 3-Phone Eight Swimming Poo! Posi GARDENING SERVICES. pecl.iliie fn custom rololllllng, 1op dnJ 1rash rcmovat. Reasonable 1es. Phone Available at Crow'nesf Pass Including supervisor, manarjtir, optrafcw and lifeguard Intruders. Contact Bonnie Porlcr, Recrealion Direclcr, P.O. Box Dlairmcre, Alberta, stating full qualifications, experience and NURSERIES Phone 345-4631, Closed Sunday. vailable raw Evergreen frees and rubs All plants guaranteed. Frto 1 very Co Leflibridge. A POWER RAKE GREEN and air up your If required, an available, rtotoliller fcr rent. lone 327-2383; evenings, 357-1S95. John nrrc-st Color Centre. who was convicted of murder and sentenced to death last month. Aubran Martin, 23, of Cleve- Due to our expansion program the lol-1 owing personnel arc required Immed-latsly. Excellent employee benefit and salary to commentate experience. CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY Typing and Shorthand essential.. Experience cm dictaphone an assel. Minimum of five years expeiier.ce. JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT one or two year towards C A-, C.G.A. or R.I.A. essential, SALES STENOGRAPHER To responsible fcr Sales Records, Invoicing, Follow-up. Diclaohcne and all Sales Typing, "two years experience required, Grade 12 ewcnllal. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CIERK To handle all receivable faged anaty. sis) records ar.d al3o responsible fcr correspondence with Dealers, Apply in writing to: Mr. John Norlhwesl Design and Fabrication ltd. P.O. Box 999 Fort MacLeod, Alberla. NU.ViBERS 93, 93. 103, 111, 116, POULTRY AND and sentenced last tali. PAN READY. H. DYCK, caldale. Phone 345 claim that Yablonski was killed at least in part to ceep him from testifying before a federal grand jury that was nvestigating UMW activities in Washington, D.C. The indictment was based largely on a statement given to the FBI earlier this month by Annette Gilly, one of five persons arrested in the slayings earlier, sources said. The statement was introduced Tuesday when Mrs. Gilly, a 31-year-old Cleveland housewife, pleaded guilty in nearby Washington, Pa., to state murder and conspiracy charges and agreed to turn state's evidence, perhaps against her father, Silous Huddleslon, FRIEND OF PRATER Like his daughter, Hi ddles-ton, 63, faces state charges of murder and conspiracy. He is scheduled to go on trial next telephone rate boost EDMONTON (CP) The financial picture at Alberta Government Telephones is looking brighter because of an increase in revenue from long distance calls in the last three months, Telephones Minister Leu Werry said Thursday. "There will, therefore, be no application for a rate change this vear.'1 the minister told Ron Ghitter (PC Calgary The corporation's annual report, tabled in the legislature Wednesday, savs rapidly rising PETS AND My wife, Shirley Christ on nan, hav-r.g left my ted and bcdrd. 1 will not >e rtspcnsible Jar any debts incurred by her. ClJIfcrd Chrislenssn. Passed away in Calgary, Tuesday, April 11th, SI72, John Lawrence Eaton, age 56, of 3609 Mth St. N.W., Calgary, beloved husband oi Mrs. Lola Eaton. Born in Boson, Mass, he resided in the Nanton district until moving to Calgary. Besides his loving wife, lie is survived by two sons, Garry of Calgary and Jack of Edmonton; his parents, and Mrs. Amos Eaton of Calgary and two sisters, Mrs. Harold (Anna) Malchow of Lelhbridge and Mrs. John (Mona) Yorgason of Stavcly. Services were held at Ihe Garden Chapel, Foster's Funeral Home, 540 16th St. Calgary at p.m., Rev. Paul D. Tillemnn, Northminster United Church officiated. Interment followed, Queen's Park Cemetery. SALE PUREBRED 5HORT-air Pointer pups. Phona REGfSTERED. S T, Strnard, male, 10 mcnlhs, S3iO. sslon to grow lieards, recreational hours and a general relaxation of BLACK LAB. PUPS FOR ale. Kenneh, 7720 3 Ave, N. 7-6377. FOR WEED CHEMICALS Tenders will be received for Ihc supp ying of Ine Weed Chem-ica s: 50 gallon barrels of 3-4- D Aniir.o 9 i 50 45 gallon barrels of Nan-Vola-lii'.' 1 i D Atriir.s, with the proviso tcr additiinal quantifies if required al the tendered price. will be accepted up lo a.m. tin Tuesday Ihe 2nd day of May 1973. Lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. P ease submit tenders to the Secretary-Treasurer ol the Municipal District cl Taber No. 14, Tater, Alberta. A3 destroys ligh school YOUNGSTOWN (CP) 200 high school students s-ill move into the town hall and the elementary school to-lay after fire destroyed the righ school early Thursday. Firefighters in the community, 60 miles east of Drum-icller, were joined by volun-oers from nearby Hanna anc Oyen after the blaze broke out. 'The seven-room section of the combined high school, elementary school and YEAR OLD MINIATURE a e Pccdle. 337-OOi3. SALE SFALPOIHT SIAMESE ;iltens Good chirdren- Seven eeks, Phcne 3S7-EW4. FEMALE WINIATURE 'ccd 18 months old. All shots, S30. hens STEREO TINY TOY POODLE UPS F-OR SALE. SILVER. NINE VFEKS DID, SIRED BY REGISTER. D CHAMPION- PHONE FTER 6 P.M. 9301-15 WO YEAR OLD PUREBRED r a nd whl 1 e S pr inqer Soa n iel hor.e 32B-534V, aMer A p.m. JELL BRED DALMATIAN PUP-ES. Registered, shols. Itfsal compan-ons, guards or show prcspecls. Box 09, Herald. Funeral ser-icc for Eugene D. Robinson, >eloved husband of M r s. L. Robinson of Cards-on who died there Sunday, 9, 1972, at the age of 87 was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 1972, in the Alberta Stake Chape! ol the .OS Church with Bishop V. lohn Holhngsworth officiating, lonorary pallbearers w e r o Ernest Albiston. E r w i n At-wood, Ormus Bates, Stanley Andrew Wooif and Lyle Holland. Active pallbearers were Elden Leavitt. Elmer Marsden, Dcrrel Smith, Glen Broadhead, Fred Hillyer and Fred Hcagh. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens, C iristcnsen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HOLT Funeral service for James William Holt, beloved son of the late Frank and Sarah Holt of Raymond who died at Lcthbrirlge at the age of 49 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 1972, in the Raymond Ttiird Ward Chapel with Bishop Ronald H. Watson of the LDS Church the ofticia-ing member. Pallbearers were Max, Roger, Bruce and Robert Holt, Glen Salmon and Morris Dahl. Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Chris-tenscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS m THE MATTER OF- Ihe tstale ol MARIA DOENZ, late of the City cf Lethbrirtge, in Ihe Province cl A -l-srta, died on ihe 23rd clay of March, 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon 1hc Estate of 1he above named inusl file v.'ilh the undersiqnEd Solicilcr by the 53rd day cf Alay, A.D. 1972, a full ita lenient cf 1heir claims and of securities held V MARTIN HOYT, ESQ., Barrister and Solicitor, 335 IClh Street Soulh, Solicitor J f or the Executcr, James M. Hugh of a UMW local in District 19 and has been identified by the government as a friend ol Prater. Yablonski, 59, was slain shortly after he was defeated in a bid for the presidency of the UMW by incumbent W. A (Tony) Boyle. The victims were found shot to death in then Clarksville home Jan. 5, 1970. During his campaign, Yablon New president of college MEDICINE HAT (CP) In auguration ceremonies will be held Sunday in Medicine Ha for Dr. E. Stanley Chase, th new president of Medicine Ha College. Dr. Chase, former chairma of the department of educatio and psychology and dean of th graduate school at Walla Wall College in Washington state look office earlier this year. His predecessor, Dr. Nevill Matthews, has become pres dent of Canadian Union Colleg in "Medical Technologist" Required for general duties staff cf five. New laboratory under ccnslruclicn. CSLT and AH. A. salary schedule. Fringe Lesiefils are literal and qc-nerous allowances ere paid far sfand-tw and emergency calls. Write, including telephone number, or call collect to Chief Technologist General Hospital Taber, Alberla TOK 2GO and operating expenses reduced AGT's net income to i S2.B million in 1971 from 55.7 in 1 1970. suddenly in Lcthbridge on Thursday, April 13, 1972, Mr. Lee Sturtevant at the age of 90 vears, beloved husband of Mrs. Lillian Sturtevant of 829 Gtb St. S. Born, raised and educated in Michigan, the late Mr. Sturtevant took up liomesteariint; in Lucky Strike in the early part of 1803 and he continued to farm there until his retirement in 1950. He was one of the original members of the Woodmans Lodge in Lucky Strike and in early days was a very active worker in all phases of community life. Following his retirement he moved to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. Besides his wife be is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. (Vei'del) Taylor and three sons, Allan, Donald and Hugh Sturtevant, all of Foremost; 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He w a s predeceased b y severa brothers and sisters. The fu neral service will he field on Salurdav at p.m. in Mar tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP EL, Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott of delating. Interment will follow BU5INESSS FOR SALE. :or further infcrmaTicn Ralph Raymond. blaze was not immediately ;nown and an investigation was BUSINESS Postage stamp vending concession-Phone AGF" RENT OR LEASE BEAVER .lines Hall, 50 x 40 (1. Basement Uv-ng quarters available. 11 miles west Pinchtr. Box 125. Plnchsr Creek. 9759-17 N SOUTHERN ALBERTA unit restaurant, ccffee shcp. ronscd dining room, banquet lac i-les, large living quarters Tor fur-Jier inquiries, Box 10J, Herald. mission hegius lour JAKARTA, Indonesia Renter) A BOmember Canadian trade mission left here toda> after a four-day visit. Mission leader Lawrence Dampier, chairman of the Van couver Board of Trade, saic ;hat his mission had explored Ihe possibilities of Canadian capital investment in Indonesia Some of tlie mission members had expressed a desire to set up joint ventures with Indonesia] firms in fishery, foreslry anc mining, he said. The mission had talks In donesian officials on promoting trade between the two coun TO ALL CONTRACTORS AND EXCAVATORS Today underground telephone cable is buried throughout Alberta. That's why we'd like you to call us in advance when you have to dig. So we can send a man to locate and mark the cshle. He'll get there as soon es he can, srio our service won't cost vou a cent. DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG CA1L AGT'S CABLE 1 i LOCATION SERVICE 2 IN ADVANCE DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 e (toll free, of course) 62 EDUCATIONAL Sen ted tenders wiN te accepled unl p.m. April 75lh 1o supply the fo lowing chemicals: 10---15 gallon barrets of 7, 4-D L. V Ester 9i !S gallon barrels cf 2, 4-D Amln gallon can 7, J-D L. V. Esle (.0--I gallon cans cf Malathlc Emulsion (iiveitcK latc-l 500 gallons CWartieJ Ruelene 25 Any drfdilionsl Quantities, ii required, shall lie supplied at fender prices. Delivery dfile shall not te lalor lhan May 15, 1972, The lowest cr any lender not necessarily accepted J. K. BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot lei you Phtino 333-2636, Columbia School cf Broadcasting. v; HEEL AL1GN-rnervt, brake and )ire shop. Build nq can be teased. Phone 223-3318 or Taber. 65 LOST AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY New concept in "car .1 minute" coo-veyorizcd, aulomalic. car wasli equ p-rncnt by Western Canadian Company. Moderate investment will handle. Wr te box Herald. LOST BETWEEN BARN WELL AN Lethbridge Heine fender skjrt to 1965 Chrysler. Reward. Phone 6SMB1 Wuxhall. 66 32 SEAT RESTAURANT adjoining 20 unit motel on busy Ihor-ouqnfare for leaie In Medicine Hat. Alia. Apply staling experience and references to manner, 5iO 9lh St. S YV Mcdlcfne Ha1, Alia. Phone EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE ttance groups for all VJe dings, clubs, efc. Phone 328-2EJ7. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone v.'im a drinkinci problei Phone 327-8C49 or 375-3246, slier INVESTMENT Fcr these who wish revenue property. We have an immaculate two year old four suiter. We arc open to all reason-ahtc oHers. Exclusive. Contact Dw ght Jorgonsen, Ouinton and Dale Agencies Ltd., 1277 3rd Ave. S. County of Warner No. 5 A DATING By computer fcr fun, friendship marriage. Send name, .iddrcss R age in confidence 1c: COAAMAT, B 1355, Great Falls, Wonlsna, 59JQ3. PUBLIC MEETING FOR PROPOSAL ZONING AMENDMENT BY-LAW TOWN OF VAUXHALL Take notice that by No, of lhi? Town of Vauxhall has been info council and has been given first leading, The by law proposes to amend zoning by law No. 333 ol the Town cf Vauxhall with tha following; The zoninq map annexed and 1he said by raw is amended by delet ng (C 3) the lands described as: The southerly two hundred fee (2M 11.) of block A on plan Vauxha I 6125 GV. A ol prcpcsr.1 ronlna artirndrnr'nl by law No. 363 may be inspecfed at Ihe otticc of tha Secre tary Treasurer of Ihe Town of Vaux-iiLitl durinq normal cffice Jiouri. A public hearing propcicd zoning by will LG "lield at trie Water Resources cffice en Monday, Apri 24, H72 Irom 7 to 6 p.m. (cr Ihe our pc-se of hearing opinicns anil objec-ticns to the prcpcsed by-law. Dated at Vauxhall, Alberts this 29lh day of March A.D. 1972. Anne Seierstfld Socrelary.TrcasiTcr of V.Tuxfinll A 1 Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at JIartin Bros. MEMORAL CHAPEL. "03 13 St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C136 JUHASZ Passed away in the city on Thursday, April 13 1972, following a lengthy il1 ness, Mr. Franl Juhasz at the ag H of (13 years, ]e loved husband of Mrs. Machia lia Juhasz of 1110 2-1 St. S Born in Hungary, Ihe late Mr Juhasz came to Canada anc Southern Alberta in 1S27 am resided in Foremost prior to moving to Lethbridge in 1970 lie served overseas with the Canadian Army during the Sec ond World War, lie was a member of the Hungarian Ok Timers. Besides his loving wife ie is survived by one daughter Miss Frances and Mi chael Jnhas7 both