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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THS LE1HBRIDGE HERAID Soluriiay, March 10, 1973 Guerrillas planned to seize Selassie KHARTOUM (Itcuter) The Black September gang that struck in Khartoum last week rlso planned to seize Emperor llaile Selassie of Ethiopia, in- formed sources said today. The Ethiopian emperor was visiting Khartoum to attend cer- amomes marking the Addis Ababa peace treaty which last year ended the 1C years of fighting between the north anil southern Sudan, The sources said the emperor at one stage actually rove through the diplomatic quarter where the guerrillas look over the Saudi Arabian embassy and murdered two U.S. diplomats and a Belgian envoy. The guerrillas, having (ailed to grab the emperor, made sev- eral hoax telephone calls to ask the Ethiopian ambassador to at- tend a diplomatic reception at the Saudi embassy. The ambassador was busy with the emperor's visit and could not he lured by the guer- rillas posing as Saudi officials who asked him to atend the "even for hall an the- sources said. KIIIST DIPLOMAT The first Canadian represent- ative with full diplomatic stand- ing was the Canadian Minister to the United States, appointed in 1927. fl'lercditn iiiurancej INSURANCE 15 JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH BUY with CONFIDENCE Irregularities claimed Funeral home contract suspended VANCOUVER (CP) The Memorial Society of British Co- lumbia lias its con- tract with a North Vancouver Drive with Pride Over the Benys havs buiir Iheir business on service to their customers. Louis Larack ooe of Beny's Soles leaders will roll out the "Red Carpet" for you. He'h anxious to be of service. Ask lltm about the Special Saving on 1973 Oemonstralori. Deo! with Beny. You'll BENY-FII. ASK ABOUT THE MILE NEW CAR POWERTRAIN LUBRICATION GUARANTEE. LOUIS LAROCK LIFETIME OK WARRANTY ON OUR DUALITY USED CARS AND TRUCKS BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBiLE PHONE 328-1101 OK SUPERMARKET LOT MAIN GARAGE ond SHOWROOM More power for Nixon suggested WASHINGTON (AP) Gaso- line-ralioning authority for President Nixon is included in a Senate eommitees recommen- dation for a one-year extension of his powers to control wages and prices. The president would be di- rected, under the bill approved Thursday by the Senate Bank ing Committee, to report everj three months on what steps ho has taken to hold down food prices. The President would be di rectcd, under the bill approvei Thursday by the Senate Bank ing Committee, to report every three months on what steps h has taken to hold down foo prices. The approval came after th Bureau of Labor Statistics, i its monthly report, said whole sale prices for farm product and processed foods increase in the last throe months at seasonably-adjusted rate of per cent. funeral home following allega- tions or irregularities by the home. Society president Clare Yar- ood said Thursday night Ihe ispcnsion will continue pcncl- ig results ot an investigation y the attorney-general's de- ar Imcnt ot First Memorial ivvices Ltd. Charges that First Memorial use Hie same corpse for s many as'five services were lade Wednesday by a former mployec of the firm. Mortician Ken Timlick, who aid he worked for First Mem- rial for a year, said in an '.n- erview that mourners assum- ed the coffin contained the body of their friend or relative. Time couldn't be devoted to putting the proper body into Uie >ropcr he said. Attorney-General Alex Mac Donald said in Victoria hi would investigate the charges The Memorial Scoiety of B.C arranges low cost f u n e r al through the undertaking firm. Mr. Timlock said he was not attacking the so- ciety, but First Memorial. FORMER EMPLOYEE Will mailman co-operate? This unique mailbox belonging lo H. B. Gilliam of Ssarcy, Ark., is built in the lots of people dream of, bul we're not sure the mailman wil Ihe indicated fashion. sorl the mail in ons being cremated being raiisferrcd to a cardboard box, ilthough Ure family had paid or a coffin. He said as many as tlu-ee icrsons had been simnUaneous- y cremated in Ibc same card- ward box. Mr. Timlick said the com- >any carried out funerals ast year, with the volume of jusiness meaning that funeral arrangements were conducted laphazardly. Mr. Foreman described most I attention. of the claims as "utter non- sense" and said coffins were sed in all burials and funeral services. He, said cardboard boxes are used only it there is a cremation and a memorial service, and also denied that coffins are used- more than once. Ho also said he had "no knowledge" of stand-in corpses being used and said Mr. Tim- lick had never brought any of the alleged irregularities to his Mr. Timlick said that while he was employed at First Mem- orial, from Apirl 1971 to May 1972, he told the firm's presi- dent, Doug Foreman, of the ir- regularities, but no action was taken. Mr. Foreman denied the al- legations. Mr. Timlick also charged that Petroleum products cost 12.5 the undertaking company used per cent more than a year ago. coffins several limes, with per- NO EVIDENCE OF HANOI ATTACK LES SPARKS Farm Auction Sale TAKE STAR IINE ROAD 1 MILE EAST AND 1 MILE NORTH OF CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA WED., MARCH P.M, LUNCH AVAILABIE Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Us Sparks, who has moved to Calgary, we will offer for public auction the following Hit of items subject lo minor additions or deletions. TERMS CASH the day of sale, with in full before removal from the farm. TRACTOR Cose diese! 500 iroclor, dual hydraulics, good rubber, a real good unit. COMBINE AND SWATHER Mossey Harris Super 27 combine, 16 ft., with cuMmg bar, pick-up and chopper. Cockshult No. 1 15' swalher with hydraulic set up. Massey Harris 16' older swat her on rubber, TRUCKS AND CAR 1946 Ford one ton with electric hoisf, itock racks, pood rubber, runs nice. 1946 Ford one ton chassis, good transmission (for parts McLaughlln-Buick straight 8 4-door sedan, about 1934 model, partly dismantled. MACHINERY 12' Graham Hoeme; 12' Victory rod weeder attachment; 12' John Deere Surfiex 1100; 14' John Deere model 500 rod weeder with 12' ond 14' rods; IV Victory blade; 4 botlom blow; 14' IHC 3 row cultivator, hyd.; 10' CCIl harrow wilh extensions: 12' Massey Harris high wheel drill; 3 sections heavy Noble packers; 8' Mossey Harris oneway on rubber; 12' older rod weeder; 12' Massey Harris 3 row cultivator; 26' Versatile grain auger. MISCELLANEOUS Fanning mill; Grain auger 16'-4" elec. motor; Small gas engine; Roto filter; Submarine tank heater; 3 h.p. pump engine IHC; Post drill; Plasllc hoso OH bath pump jack; h.p. elec. motor; Leg vise; Mandrel and grinder; !ii h.p. electric motor; John Deere ratchet ram; Hydraulic hoses; Grease gun fillers; Grease guns; Quantity oil and grease; Small sockel set; Box ends; Brace and bits; 2 hand drills; Orow knife; Quantity bolls, nuts, washers; Spike puller; Trouble I3ghl; 3 hyd. rams; Quantity hardwood flooring; Odd windows; Channel 7 and 12 antenna; Ion chain hoist; Oil pump; Blow torch; Hand sprayer; Scylhe; Potato forks and shovels; Oil brooder; Coal brooder; Spark plug pump; Quantity scrap iron; Numerous odd items. FUEL TANK 500 gal., iwo compartment tank and itand, HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Viking electric range, glass oven door; Kelvinotor 8 cw. ft. fridge; Old ice box; Chrome kilchen table; Upholstered arm chair; Duo-Therm oil healer; spring and mailrcss; Vantly with round mirror; Matching 3 chesls of drawers; Bed and spring; Eureka vacuum cleaner; Old cheslerfiefrf; Occa- sional chairs; Meial churn; 1i gal. Ice cream freezer; oil heaters; Old Singer sewing mochine f round Type- writer; Old geographic magazines; Radio Mirror; Chrome table; Double drolnboard sink ond cabinet; Poh, pans, dishes; Electric hot pfate; wooden choirs. And many items too numeroui to list SALE CONDUCTED BY ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE By HENRY BRADSIIER j Washington Star-News SAIGON Senior intelli- gence analysts say there is no evidence at this lime of a Com- munist intention to launch ma- jor new attacks with the mil-. itary forces they are building up in South Vietnam in vio- lation of the cease-fire agree- ment. But the changed circumstanc- es since last year's big offen- sive make il impossible la see more than two months ahead on Communist plans, the anal- ysis warned today. At Uie least, Hanoi is keep- ing its options open, they sug- gested. The analysts repoi'led even higher figures of troops and I weaponry being sent from North Vietnam lo the south than had been disclosed previ- ously. The cease-fire agreement prohibits tha intrp due lieu ot soldiers or equipment into the sovith after Jan. 23. Intelligence reports show that approximately North Vietnamese troops have entered South Vietnam since Jan. 1 in a fbw that was never broken by the signing of the cease-fire agreement, RECOHD SNOWFALL Canada's greatest 880 recorded at Kcinan, B.C., in the winter ot 1950-57. FINANCE ADJUSTER for management training program Excellent opportunity for advancement with na- tional finance organisation. Educational assistance, group and life insurance and other progressive benefits. Applicant must be high school graduate with driver's licence an outgoing sales oriented person capable of progressing into managemenl. Contact: W. D. JAMIESON 327-5711 ASSOCIATES FINANCE CO. LTD. 1014 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge MORE T COLLEGE FROM THE METAL LATHE OPERATION Sesiion Session 2 Session 3 1. Introduction to Metal Lolhe Oparation 2. La Tool Grinding 3. Feedi and Speeds 4. Ctnlerlng and Facing 5. Plane Turning 6. Simple Tapsn 7. Knurling 8. Drilling, Reaming tind Boring 9. Screw Threads and Threading Theory Seiston 4 5 5 THURSDAY EVENINGS to p.m. BEGINS: March 15th ENDS: April 12th, 1973 TOTAL HOURS: 15 AND STILL MORE The following courses will be offered cl the Lethbridga Community College during the rnonlhs of March and Aprilt BRICKWORK March Ulk TYPING March 20lh. FlY FISHING................ March 20lh. DEFENSIVE DRIVING March 21sl. ON-SHORE SAILING March 28th. UNDERSTANDING YOUR STEREO Morch 29th. AIR PHOTO INTERPRETATION March 14th. FARRIERS COURSE........... April 2nd. GOIF April LINGERIE SEWING April 1 Olh. LAPIDARY.................. April tOlh. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE School of Continuing Education Phone 327-2141 GRANUM ROY FJOROBOITEN Lie. 010237 PH. 236-2102 DON WAIPER Lie. OI03S9 on Carrier CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING THE NEW 'ROUND LOOK' IN AIR CONDITIONING if Upflow ducharge friol ai> up anrf awoy (ram .r rubbery Allrctrive cabinet, fug- gedly built for foiling pro- -jlr Curved toil p'ovJdei moil efTrdenl "2 SALE ENDS May 1, 1973 BUY NOW -SAVE DOLURS 'AVOID DELAY Tomorrow Night-World Premiere! HENRY FONDA and MAUREEN OHARA in John Steinbecks beloved classic HERE'S WHAT YOU GET Fcmcui qirolily Cariier oir