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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THF VETHBRIDCE HERAIO SnWov Jn-i'O-v ?0. I9J3--------------------- Inflation., not job? Canada's problem' nT I i-env.'Ioy- oti'o- in the v.oru.1 men: c-.r.oi :v a n.i- ..MMS 01 (V.- u.lV..OI, :ri; people uneaplojrjv-; is iuiiy a senator S C u r Lawson saiii tV'.irr.bu1. a for- T'-.o :r ro- leader, said aa'. is no: ur.err. mer.t. bu'. people I'e threatened v.rh loss in ciii; i; they t.'ke temporary said" duhr; ire for.j'e ihnv.e- employers, he said, frxri'cr: cca'd rf. siOd: workers for The current -hal lasrtv. a fe.v days rale may :o s full en1.- ar. a :irr.e p.'oymon: figure. .-cud. Pec-pie on ifl- charges :r. our econ- sr.'u'c! re encouraged 'o and re- Such cr.anges t-e e for the rays on higher decree of of- v.ork i? ir.available. he the s.r.c DON KIRKHAM AGENCIES LTD. CONTINUES TO SERVE SOUTHERN ALBERTA DOUG BOYER Sales Representative 308 9th St. S Phone 328-1228 OTN Ering a toush of spring into your home with a pot of Lovely Hyacinths Beautiful Tulips Daffodils Edmonton jury praises shoot-out constables EDMONTON IC'P' Two IJo'icemon involved in a [auil .snoot-cut with a 72-year-old r.ian Oct. 29 irere commended by a coroner's jury this week br bravery. 1 The six-member jury at an i i.iqueil ir.'.o the death of Alex j Slusarenko recommended that i Ctrjtablcs Larry Lelawsky and Larry Linderman "be ccm- mended for performing their j duty in the face c[ inevitable danger to their lives." "The police officers involved in a responsib'e and without excessive force under these unusual circum- The jury ruied tliac Mr. Slus- rrenko. svho died as the resui' of a skull fracture and a bullet wound m the chest, was killed after a "iustifisKe en the pan of Ccnstahle arenko. a shotgun barrel was i arenko came to his room pointed out thvougli the door-' before the sliooting, it TO way. aimed at Constable Let- oh' ioas he Ircd been drini- from the GARDEN of OPTIMISM SUNRISE RANCH COAJ.DAIE PHONE 345-3517 POOLS! POOLS! We ore looking for on oggressive businessman to be our deoler in this arso for Canada's lop line of in- ground swimming pools. Ccn be run along with present business. Representative wil! be in ycur area the week of February S, 1973 ACORN POOLS 325 Bay St. N., Hamilton. On'orio Divls'cr. of ACCSS ILA'oES Bus -ess 50 Ys cs acra nccs 'Hi years ciaest cman, Crowe ner 1 1 1tn s in Co- Sorn in Waric- mcrried tne A'dervilie She has EATON'S Teens' shoe and CLEAR Ifs first come first served, so hurry to Eaton's for these exciting buys! Personal shopping only! It costs you little to enjoy a new pair of lively casuals 5" Need z pc css'jala? Loc'c_' 'es; -1' iDtn'sd css'uds c pncel r-cry styles tc pick from ir leo'her 5 f- 1 0 CC -CCtivfvy. Moin floor Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to p.m. BUYLINE 328-8811. Use your Eaton Come True Card Lu'derman lesliiied hi hit Mr. er ;h? hu.-'J with the butt of S shOiKH. Mr. afrer po- lice responded to reports cf 3 'nai firir.g sb u> irc-m rccm- house in dov.T.iown Ediuon- ir.-. TESTIMONY Conitable testify- ir.i tmcer the crotectior. of the Amelia ar.d Canada Evidence sjid ths'i he arriv- at the he told a man in Room 14 of ;he house had been firir.g a rifle and a SrTTJiiC. CcTj-.F.b'? Leta'.vjsy md. Con- i-ince Lipftcir? :o Mr. rcim. they krocktC or. '.he coor c.nd iosciiiied ihcmselves as police. s r.nrhou: they kicked :n the said Constsble 1 "I pulled the barrel down and pulled the gun out of his hands." Mr. Slusaienko started across the room, to- ward a .303-calibre rifle lying on Uie bed. i "As I in great fear for ray life. I s'.umg the shotgun dcu-n on his head." said Con- stable Linderman. "He wem Both constables testified they i felt it was nei'essan- for them to act immediately, waiting for more police ims. They feared Mr. Slusarf-nko might shoot others in the build- ing or shoot cut of his window r.t people on the street. PAVTASIES A resident of the rcomin" liouse said thai when Mr. Slus- Lewis Pearson, another room- er testified at the first session of the iiiqi'est in late Decem- ber thai Mr. Slusarenko years ago had far.asies about police- nic-n hiding in his clccnes closet. Th.e niled that Mr. Sius- arenko "from time to time suf- fered Ircr.! menial disorder- mem cr delusion." and that one j oi his delusion; teemed to in- i volve a fear of policernerL Poles holt DDT iRemer) Poland has siw-'sd deliveries of the in- secticide DDT to ;he home mar- ket because of its harmful ef- fect on peoule. Safer chemicals will tv used rests, the news asfncy PAP CTOiich. sizhting a'cag the bar- of a The sxd h; yei'.ed ''drop :t. before the off and he -.vas hit ia the upper part of his left arm .UIM HIT He empi ed his revolver 5'. '.'-3 tut Mr. out of the room tie shc-.g-jr. aL-ed s: him said Coastabie ?.-ho lestifiea witi his left arm ia a "Aire- I n-C5 hit by ;h? ;hc: i" tr.e Erin, lor s mcn.eijt I could see his Mr. Slusar- cnko's face. I 53y he vras trjizg to fe; a second sbct at n-.e." CiREAT FEAR CcTsLsbie said thi just as he prepared to pofce u'ia; as prepared :o poke see vriiSL had ckDoenec io Live on the Rock you retire, And Save Tax Dollars Now! >V Uvirg cr tr.e en ncnhiy irccm- y-L' or ycu- vrtfe cent LEI me tell you all it. THE PHUDENTIAL C Stan' VERUNDEN 21 St. South Phont 32r-3550 Harry says A good tune up con- sists of more than a set of spark plugs and ig- nition points. HARRY GORDA BENY5 TUNE UP SOCIALIST Here's What a Complete (Major) Engine Tune-up Consists of at Beny's; 1. Service, test and clean battery and cables, tesl slarter Help prever! itahlng 2. Service carburetor, install kit if necessary1 To ensure fuel and peck performance 3. Tesf cylinder balance and compression For imooth idle. and formance. 4. Replace ignition points if necessary for peak mileage and perfor- mance. 5. Service manifold heat control valve Affteli worm up and running pjfJorm- anee. 6. Replace fuel filler element and fuel pump To avoid failurn en tht road 7. Service air pollution centre I mech- Afferti fuel air rctia and icing 6. Clfrcn test and service spcrk pJug wires, icnition coil, distributor cap and For fat' ilortj and problems. 9 Test generator Q: alls ma tor and regulator bel'i if needed to enmre bcrti-ry is fuily cJiaiged. 10 Service air filter replace if needed Adjust cOfburETc- ond 1 Use cylinder and crankcase chemieol rune-up addifives P-pvenn iNckirio. and liften 12. Road test cor To check for ppok performance See one) of our courteous lervice advjson ANDY PONECH fir JIM TAKAHASHI ,50 PLUS PARTS BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2nd Ave. and 8th Street S. Phone 328-1101 ;