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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1974 THI LETHiRIDOi HtRAtD 3 Altorta Murder appeal filed EDMONTON A second person convicted of murdering a city stock speculator has filed a notice of appeal in Alberta Supreme Court. Diane Margaret of alleges she was wrongfully convicted of killing 52-year-old Robert Edward Buell whose body was found in his apartment in 1973. After a week-long J. V. H. chief justice of the supreme court trial convicted Voss and Stewart William also of Edmonton.' During the a third man charged in the 24- year-old John Alexander of pleaded guilty. All were' sentenced to the mandatory life imprisonment terms. Woman's body identified EDMONTON RCMP Tuesday identified the body of a woman found in a ditch Monday near Fort as that of Darlene Gladys of Edmonton. Police earlier said they suspected foul play was involved. The woman went missing Jan. 9. An autopsy was scheduled. Police also have released the name of a woman whose body was found Thursday in a field 4Vz miles west of here. Dead is Patsy Ann of who was reported missing after she attended a New Year's Eve party. No foul play was suspected in this case. Miners vote to strike 1656 of the United Mineworkers of America have voted 91.6 per cent in favor of strike a union official said Tuesday. The who work at Cardinal River Coal Mines near 175 miles west of wll be in a legal position to strike Friday At a meeting union officials told management that concessions were needed in several including to give workers the same benefits enjoyed by union workers at other mines. Tne miners have been without a contract since the end of December. U.S. dancers clean up EDMONTON California entries captured major awards in the Feis- Rinnce Edmonton a four- day Irish dance competition which ended Tuesday. Donna of was judged best receiving the grand aggregate trophy for her work in the seniors' event. She won the same award last year Rosemary Turco and Maureen both of the Walsh School in took the junior and intermediate events.- GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE THUHSDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 65 41 Pincher Creek. 64 39 .07 Medicine Hat 68 45 .01 Edmonton 42 31 .14 Grande Prairie 45 29 .30 Banff........... 51 36 .19 Calgary......... 64 35 Victoria 60 43 Penticton...... 46 Prince George 49 30 .59 Kamloops......'. 72 48 Vancouver...... 60 46 .10 Saskatoon....... 44-35 Regina 52 39 .02 Winnipeg 54 29 .02 Toronto......... 67 42 .09 Ottawa......... 63 42 .18 Montreal........ 65 47 .43 St. John's....... 48 29 .34 Halifax......... 57 35 Charlottetown 45 34 .03 Fredericton..... 59 43 .26 Chicago 63 49 Los Angeles..... 74 57 New York 79 60 Miami.......... 79 69 Las Vegas...... 84 57 Phoenix 95 61 Honolulu........ 86 73 Athens 70 63 Rome 59 50 London......... 63 46 Berlin.......... 59 48 Amsterdam..... 61 46 Moscow 61 41 Stockholm 59 45 Lethbridge Calgary Medicine Hat Regions Today becoming cloudy. Showers this afternoon and evening. Gusty west winds near the mountains. Highs in the 50s. Cloudy periods and cooler. A few showers. Lows near 30. Highs 45 to 50. Columbia Kootenay Today cloudy with occasional sunny periods. A few showers during the afternoon and evening with a chance of isolated thunder showers. Thursday sunny with a few afternoon showers. Highs both days in the mid and upper lows tonight 30 to 35. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered rain or snow showers and colder northwest and central portions elsewhere widely scattered showers and cooler today. Continued cool Thursday with few showers mostly over the mountains. Highs northwest and central 50s elsewhere 60s. Lows tonight 35 to 45 north 40s south. Highs Thursday 50s. West of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness today and Thursday. Few showers today. Cooler. Highs today 60s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Thursday 55 to 65. CAB COOLERS Comfort King or Coldaire cab Coolers to keep heat and insects out of your tractor or combine cab. The air is cleaned and cooled for comfort on those long hot days. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Ceutta Highway Bex 1202 Phone 328-1141 i Ports of Times in Mountain Standard Time opening and closing Carway 8 a.m. to 5 Chief Mountain Coutts open 24 Del BoniU 8 a.m. to 5 Kingsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 Rooseville 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Logan Pass hours moved one hour earlier Jan. 6 when Montana went on daylight Hurlburt told beef subsidy to be cut OTTA.WA A government plan to subsidize pork producers is under deputy agriculture minister S. B. Williams said Tuesday. But he Declined to scoop his Eugene and give any details of the subsidy plan while being questioned at a meeting of the Commons agriculture committee. Jack Murta said he hoped the subsidy would go direct to the producer in contrast to the beef subsidy which comes W cattlemen by way of the packers. Mr. Williams did point out that most provinces have marketing boards for pork so it would be easier to make direct payments to producers. Mr. Williams also said the beef subsidy payments continue to cost the public treasury million weekly. Replying to Ken Hurlburt' Mr. Williams said the beef subsidy would be abolished the market returns t'o Strike order appealed EDMONTON The Civil Service Association of Alberta has appealed an injunction order that forced employees of the Alberta Liquor Control Board to end their recent wildcat association president Bill Broad said Tuesday. Mr. Broad said the liquor board received the appeal documents Monday. a major thing as far as we are said Mr. who said two primary questions need clarification. The association wants to know if employees of the public service have the right to strike and if public servants forced into binding arbitration under provincial law are considered to be under contract. About 800 liquor store and warehouse workers struck April 2 to protest a board decision not to reopen their two-year contract for negotiation of wage sections. The contract expires March 1975. The existing contract bans strikes. Mr. Justice David McDonald ruled after receiving an application April 7 to end the strike that the liquor strike was unlawful. Feed grains plan coming OTTAWA A new feed grains policy will be announced in a tew Otto minister res- ponsible for the wheat said in the Com- mons Tuesday. Commons Tuesday. He was replying to a question from Adrien Lambert who said a policy announced last fall to provide equal feed- grain prices in the East and in the West has not worked. Mr. Lang disagreed. Feed grain prices were higher now than had been expected last year but except for trans- portation costs the price was the same east and west. Mr. Lambert said complaints he receives from his constituents indicate otherwise. Oceans show OTTAWA The ex- ternal affairs department an- nounced here that Canada will take part in the inter- national ocean exposition in July 1975 to-Jan. 1976. It will be the first inter- national exhibition dealing specifically with the oceans. With the longest coastline and largest continental shelf in the Canada has a special interest and expertise in the subject. 70STO ALBERTA and FAMOUS MAKER LADIES' PANT SUITS PENNY LOU STAGE 7 KATES PERTINI Soft feminine colours in a great array of styles by these famous makers. Sizes S-M-L and 38 to 44. Reg. 21.98 to 31.98 LADIES' BLAZERS Colourful seersucker plaids. Easy care poly- fabric. Perfect topper for pants and skirts. Sizes 8-16. LADIES' SPRING COATS SAVE UP TO Final 3 days of savings on our entire stock of spring coats. Dozens of styles by well known makers. checks and tweeds. Sizes 10-20 and Vi sizes. Reg. 29.98 to 49.98 LADIES' LOUNGE DRESS arnel tri-acetate jersey i in a wide array of prints. I Ankle length dress with elas-l ticized short neck- line and waist. S-M-L. Reg. 8.98 LADIES' PANTS Step into spring with a pair of style pants by a well known maker. tweeds and plaids. Zip patch poc- with or without cuffs. Sizes 8-16. 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Sizes 8-16............... BOYS' PANTS Special purchase means extra special value for our Choose from brushed chambrays and some knits. Plains and patterns. Sizes 7-18. Originally Up To 8.98 u s 3 BOYS' BOMBER JACKET Chambray blend of poly- ester and cotton. Perma press in a sturdy brush finish. Snap snap pockets and adjustable waist. off- navy and brown. Sizes 8-16. Reg. 6.98 3 99 BEDSPREAD ittractive floral pattern. Quilted throw style with rounded corners. Singles and Doubles ___ Queen 15 22 99 TOWEL ENSEMBLE By Caldwell. Rose Brocade luxury print. Thick terry in choice of blue or rose. Bath Hand Face O44 144 74' MEN'S AND BOYS' SNEAKERS High and low cut sturdy canvas sneakers. white and blacks. Men boys 1-5. LADIES' AND GIRLS' SNEAKERS Washable canvas tennis shoes with rubber soles. black and assorted colors. Ladies girls youths 11-13. 144 LADIES' SANDALS Vinyl summer sandals in white or beige. Regular and cork soles. Sizes 5-9. 144 LADIES' SLIPPERS Assorted colorful terry mules. 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