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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Book your Charter Flight to Britain now Several departure available Ntw low to Government Approval) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 358-3201 The LetHbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, March 8, 1973 PAGES 17 TO 28 LETHMIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. towtr Level 7lh Strwt Shopping Mall lelhbrldge, Alberta (4031 328-7.411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES THREINEN TRIAL When was Angela last seen alive? By WARREN CARAGATA Herald Staff Writer Evidence presented Wednes- day at the non-capital murder trial of a 24-year-old Lethbridge man was unable to determine an exact time at which the vic- tim was last seen alive. Angela Huemer, 16, had rid- adly- decomposed body was cund in a road-side ditch near Kipp. AT BROWN HOME On June 27, David William Threinen, the accused was stay- ng at the home of Mrs. Helen 3rown, in Hardieville. Her son, Wayne Brown, tesii :ied Wednesday that as he was driving home from Lethbridge 8t about p.m. that night :he had seen a girl with' long jght-eolored hair, wearing a Tinged leather jacket, riding her bicycle along the Hardic ville road towards Lethbridge He said that when he saw the jrl she was about 200 yards from the Lethbridge city limits Miss Huemer, had long blonde hair, was last seei wearing a fringed leather jack et, testimony indicated. Wayne Brown told the coui that he arrived home at abou p.m., and that Threinen his mother, and his sister Margaret, were watching tele vision. TELEVISION USED Throughout the trial Wednes day, television was used b1 several witnesses to indicat time. Margaret Brown testified tha earlier that evening she ha told Threinen, who had bee her boyfriend for about on rnonth, she did not want to him anymore, and that he should find another place t live. Wayne Brown, his mother and another boartler had gon to bed before 11 p.m., and some time after that, but still befor 11 p.m., Miss Brown got up tc go to bed. Threir.cn stopped her an asked her to talk to him. SI; efused, and left Threinen alone i the living room. Mrs. Brown and Margaret aid they heard someone leave he house between and :20 p.m. and drive away in car. They assumed it was Threinen, they said. EXT MORNING Mrs. Brown told the court lat she, woke Threinen up the ext morning about and ould .see no marks of any kind n his upper torso. Threinen left for work that morning, returning about noon. U this time lie told Mrs. Brown tnat he had to shave off his ward because his boss at Pre- uilt Industries had told him hat it was a safety hazard. Margaret Brown testified that Tireinen told her at that time hat he was running away be- ause he had choked an un- dentdfied man the night before n the parking lot of the Alex- andra Hotel. INGERPRINTS He related the same story to er later in the day, adding hat he had left his fingerprints a a belt buckle. When Miss Huemer was ound, she had a belt tied round her neck, but the flesh deteriorated to such an ex- ent that it was impossible to determine whether the bait had itrangled the girl. When Miss Brown asked Threinen what he had done with the body, he said he had aken it to an area In the Kipp district where Threinen and Miss Brown had been drinking some time previous to June 27. SAME AREA On the stand, Miss Brown identified the place where she and Threinen had been drink- ing as in the same general area where Angela Huemer's body was found several weeks later. Threinen cut his hair and shaved on that day (June >ut evidence from Siegfried Starsig, his foreman at Pre- Built Industries, indicated that Threinen was not asked to shave his beard. On June 29, Threinen asked a friend, David Evans, to drive him to the bus depot, because he' "wanted to get out of town for a couple of days." On July 1, Evans received a long-distance phone call from Threinen asking if any "cops had been around asking about him." WITNESSES AGREE On questioning, all of the witnesses testifying at the trial before Alberta Supreme Court Judge A. J. Cullen, admitted that they had never seen Miss Huemer In the company of Threinen, and from all testi- mony heard so far, they did not know each other. The trial continued today. Separate elections debated Trustees deserve interest ART DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC DENTAl MECHANIC Bldg 712 SI. S. 358.4095 INCOME TAX INDIVIDUAL, FARM, and BUSINESS RETURNS F. M. DOUGLAS 917 17 Street 'A' N. Ph. 328-0330, 328-1705 YOUR BUSINESS ASSOCIATES KNOW THE THREE SISTERS MOTEL IS THE BEST ACCOMODATION IN THE CROWSNESTI DO YOU? COLOR TV FREE IOCAI TO CAU.S D.D. PHONES ICE t NEWSPAPER FERNIE'S NEWEST RESTAURANT ADJACENT RESERVE FERN1E 423-4438 officials to appeal budget cut A four man delegation from Lethbridgo Commjuu'ty College is at Grande Prairie today to appeal a cut in LCC's operating budget. The cut was made by the Al berta Colleges' Commfes i on which meets today for the las time at Grande Prairie. The commission has been disband ed by the provincial govern ment. College president Dr. C. D Stewart said the operating bud get was "realistic" and "we! within government guidelines.' Supporting Dr. Stewart in the college appeal at Prairie will be LCC board of governors chairman Bob BabM, LCC governor Don Liv ingston and LCC finance direc tor Dean Cooper. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Loth.) DENTAL LAB tTD. 204 Medical Dental Phone 327-6545 By GREG MclNTYRE Herald Legislation Bureau EDMONTON If school and municipal elections were held n different days, hopefully the ublic would show more inter- in school trustees, Educa- ion Minister Lou Hyndman old the legislature Wednesday. The minister also proposed arge school boards elect trus- ees on the ward system with he chairman elected at large. However, Mr. Hyndman said no legislation is year. planned this Two Social Credit school crit- cs attacked the proposal for separate school and municipal elections, Dick Gruemvald (Lefhbridge West) suggested separate vot- ing would be expensive. Former education minister Bob Clark questioned how sep- arate elections could be held in counties where municipal coun- cillors wear a school trustee hat too. Mr. Hyndman replied, "I think that shouldn't preclude us from having a useful and continuing public discussion on the issue because if the' prin- ciple is good, a way to imple- ment it would be found." At present, Ira said, public Near accident-free day in Lethbridge Wednesday City police handled only one traffic accident Wednesday, although another on Highway at 43rd St., in the jurisdic- tion of the RCMP, spoiled the near-perfect record. The collision at the 43rd St. junction caused minor injuries to tliree persons, who were all treated and released at St. Michael's General Hospital. The two drivers involved were Marvin Heap, 75, of Ta- ber, and Miro Joseph Tomasta, 40, of Coaldale. A passenger in lie Heap vehicle, Jennie Heap, 70, was one of the people in- jured. Damage resulting from the accident, which occurred at about p.m., is estimated at The other accident occurred at the interescUon of 3rd Ave. and 17th St. S., and re- sulted in minor injuries to three people. Louise Schindel, 24, of Spar- wood, B.C., and her two sons, Brent 4, and Brad 8 months, were treated and released at St. Michael's hospital. The drivers of the two cars were Kenney Pedersen, 24, of 1113 27th St. A. N., and Wil- liam Thomas Schindel, 27. The accident occurred when the first car stopped for the flashing pedestrian-crossing light at 17th St. The driver of the second car was shoulder- checking in preparation for a lane change, didn't see the stopped vehicle and collided with it. Damage ART STUDIO ON FICTW AVENUE ARTISTIC PICTURE .ART GAUERV OPEN DAILY SATURDAY 10-5 TfO-SAVES LETHftAIKE-AiTA' is estimated at Cemetery hours restated The city's community ser- vices department wants to re- mind residents of the hours of operation of the Mountain View Cemetery. The cemetery is open to ve- hicle traffic from 8 a.m. until p.m. Monday through Sat- urday and from noon until 5 p.m. Sundays. Persons on foot wishing to visit graves may enter the cemetery any time during the daylight hours, says Bill Brown, superintendent of parks and facilities. attention to the election of school trustees is "submerged under" attention to municipal council members. Matters dealing with edu- cation are at least as impor- tant as those dealt' with by mu- nicipal said the edu- cation minister. The cost of separate elec- tions would have to be bal- anced against the gain school trustees would receive more attention, he said. He suggested school elections be held three weeks or a month after municipal elections. Defending a ward system, Mr. Hyndman said at presenl some large school boards are out of touch with people and issues in some areas. A trustee elected to represent a ward would be in closer contact with local issues, he said. The chairman of the two lo- cal school boards contacted earlier this week had differenl opinions oa the subject. Public board chairman Dr Doug McPherson said he does not like the idea. :'If school boards are going to hold separate elections, it is going to cost a considerable amount. As Mr. Hyndman i well aware, the school board: of this province are already i a financial he said. Lethbridge separate bcrart chairman John Boras, on the other hand, thinks Mr. Hynd man's suggestions are "a step in the right direction." "One the problems alffay has been that school election have been lost in the pertinen civic issues at the time of municipal election. "Trusteeship is a much mor important position and school should be in control of loca authorities. Separate election may result in education issues becoming more important I the he said. 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Foggy conditions contributed to the hazardous driving conditions. The driver of west-bound truck, David Swain of Calgary, is in fair condition in Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary. The other driver, Bill De Boer, also of Calgary, was not hurt. Veterans ;lub to elect sxecutive Advance polls for the election of officers and executive coun- cil of the Army, Navy and Air ?orce Veterans Club, unit 34, will be held Friday and Satur- day. Polls will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. both days, with he annual general meeting to be held Monday at p.m. The meeting will include the club financial statement and nomination and election of dele- gates to the provincial conven- tion in Calgary May 20 and 21. CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIBS. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 Ntw Arrivals! 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