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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fund pays poor man's burial cost MEMPHIS. Term. (API Contributions from across the United States, sen! to aid a man jailed because he had no home, will te used to pay the man's funeral costs. Cily court Judge Ray W. Churchill sent TG-year-oid Charles Smith to jail Jan. 9 when he found him homeless, penniless and starving. The judge said at the time: man is no! guiliy. We are the ones who should be on the docket. Every one of us is Cliiltv." Two days later. Smith was released 10 the csre of a mis- sion, which found a home for him with friends in Arkansas. Xews stories about Smith's plight brought scores of let- ters and contributions to ChurchiU. who tfiem slang to the mission. Jimmy Stroud. mission di- rector, said when he called lire friends in order to send along the money, he was told Smith became ill Sunday and died later in ihe day. Stroud said the donations will be used to bun' Smith in a Marianna, Ark., cemetery. for UBC collection Tliurtdoy, Januory 18, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Replica of Indian village planned VANCOUVER fCP) A rep- lica of an ancient west coast Indian village will be built at i Ihe University of British Colum- bia to house UBC's S10 million i t-ollection of northwest coast In- dian and other tribal art. UBC governor; announced they have authorized architect [Arthur Erickson to proceed with final clraulngs for what j v.ill be called the Museum of I Man. I The building itself, fronted with huge glass windows and s 1 e n d e r-columns of oil-white :concrc-te, will be set beside a i large shallow pond and will perch on a cW overlooking the ocean. TRIBAL ART Housed in the village will be UBC's 10.000-piece collection of northwest coast Indian art and ihe Walter and Marianne ICoer- ner mastenvork collection of tribal art. Also on display will ing massive totem poles which be an additional 10.000 artifacts j now are kept in storage because I from Asian, classical and tribal j are too delicate to be ex- i worlds and more than i posed to tie elements. 1 items from the prehistoric pe- 1 ;riod of B.C. Indian hisUjrv. The nuseum will be partly ties financed with a S2 5 million fed- j BERLK Ger- eral grant received last May. It many established diplomatic re- is for completion by lauons yesterday wiih Norway April, 1975. i and Aiganistan. the official The focus of the museum will East German agency be a higb-ceilinged hall hous- I ADN reported. Gets licence STOCKBRIDGE. Mass. (API .Mice Brock, who race owned the restaurant marie famous by (be Woody Outline song Alice's Restaurant, has been granted 2 licence to sell liquor on her new premise.'. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO C FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. t. Fhont Doodles over noodles This Saigon youngster looks up moment arily while chopsticking the way into a mid- morning noodle snack at a slall in Ihe Sout h Vietnamese capital. The stall, one of maiy set up near the city's cenfrol market to serv e holiday shoppers, will remain in business until ofler the Lunar New Year Feb. 3. Former drug cult leader arrested LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Leary. sought on a he vas serving a orje-to Afghanistan authorities have ar-. warrant on the drug-smuggling iO-year sentence for narcotics _. ,v charges, was ordered out of possession. Lean- sunEcefl first re.tea Dr. L e a r this monlh. in Algeria. American ,eader of the one- spokesman did no: say But he later shifted to Europe time LSD drug cult and sought. how he got to Afghanistan. A after a split with Black Panther by California authorities as a grand jury indictment issued- leader E'ldridge Cleaver m Al- iugitive from prison, a spokes- here last year said Afghanistan pers. man for the Federal Bureau of was the source of the Brother-, x-ne bureau spokesman said Narcotics said Tuesday. hood's hashish supplies. turned up in Kabul. Af- The spokesman said Learv's The indictment alleged Hash- ghanistan. during the last (ew return to the United States' is Uh n-as shipped to the U.S. hid-, days and spotted by bureau being sought so he coald stand d.n ,1.. of camper agentE- He vas PIaced trial with other alleged mem- house arrest by Afghanistan au- bcrs nf an international drug- trucKS' thorities and the U.S. slate de- smuEsling ring called tie After his escape from a partment is seeking his estra- Brotherhood of Eternal Love. 'prison ir. September. 1970, Coition to California. 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