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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 4, 1972 THE IETHBRIOGE HERAID 7 Man thrown in drunk lank EDMONTON (CP) A man who never regained conscious- ness after being put in an Ed- monton cily police "drunk tank" last November, received due care and attention while in police custody, a coroner's jury ruled here. Ferencic Soos, 39, was found on a downtown Edmonton side- walk and was taken to the po- lice station where he was placed on the floor of the "drunk the jury was told. Later a constable check- ing the cells noticed a sub- stance draining froom Soos" nose and called an ambulance. Soos died In a hospital a week later. The inquest was told that Soos died of brain injuries, probably caused by a fall. Passport Photos Candid Wxldingj Picture Framing Photo Supplits A. E. CROSS STUDIO 3J8-01II 710 3rd Av.. S. Phom 328-022] SOUTHERN ALBERT, THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHN" In Technicolor. Starring Brian Keith and Alfonso Aran. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 4, 5, and 6. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PLAY MISTY FOR ME" In color. Starring Clint East- wood. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 4, 5 and 6. Thursday show at p.m. Restricted adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS" In Technicolor Starring Richard Burton, Genevieve Bujold and Irene Papas. Friday and Saturday, May 5 and 6 Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "A GUNFIGHT" In color. Starring Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 5, 6 and 7. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BILLY JACK" In Technicolor. Starring Tom Laughlin and Delorcs Taylor. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 4, 5 and G. Thursday show at p.m Restricted adult. FORMER KING KILLED Former king N tare V, right, of Burundi, was killed as forces loyal to President Michel Micombero, left, crushed an aborlive coup. Ntare, 25 was overthrown by Micombero in 1966, and lived in West Germany. He return- ed to Burundi, located between Lakes Victoria and Tanganyika east of the Congo, late last month and was placed under house arrest. Payoff cash from union WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) Silous Hnddlcston, accused mid- dleman in the assassination of United Mine Workers union offi- cial Joseph A. (Jock) Yablon- ski, said Wednesday the payoff money for Yablonski's death came from the union. The assertion was made in a statement in Washington county court today, where Huddleston pleaded guilty to three counts of murder and one count of con- spiracy. The statement was read by an FBI agent. APPEARING NIGHTLY In The "AZTEC" Lounge Al The EL RANCHO COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FRITZ SICK POOL NOON HOUR SWIM........... p.m Swimming Saturday, May 6 Public Swimminq Sunday, May 7 Public Swimming Family Swimming Monday, May NOON HOUR SWIM........... p.m. WM. JAMES ROGERS Star of TV and Radio, recenl- ly returned from Cross Can- ada Tour with "Ann Murray." Monte Carlo Yes, we're celebrating the opening of our new Academy in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and you can celebrate, too. LEARN All the Popular Dances 3 hours Private 14 hours hours Group "The Friendliest and Happiest Place In Town" Coll Today 327-14 Limited Time Offer Monte Carlo Dance Academy Lethbridgo 535 13th Street North Huddleston, 63, a retired coal miner and former president of a TJMW local in LaFollette, Tenn., said he believed tha payoff he said totalled funnelled through a special UMW research and in- formation committee. Huddleston said he received the money and instructions for Yablonski's death through Al- bert E. Pass, 51, a member of the union's policy-making inter- national executive board and secretary-treasurer of the UMW's District 19; and William J. Prater, a field representative under Pass. Yablonski, 59, his wife, Mar- garet, 57, and their 25-year-old daughter Charlotte were shot to death in their sleep at the fam- ily's rural home in nearby Clarksville. Pa., Dec. 31, 1969. The killings occurred just three weeks after Yablonski lost a bitterly contested election for the UMW's presidency against incumbent W. A. (Tony) Boyle, and shortly before Yablonski was to testify before a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. probing UMW activities. The government claims Ya- blonski was killed to keep him from appearing before that grand jury- FIDEL IN AFRICA DAKAR, Senegal (AP) Fidel Castro arrived in Africa on Wednesday at the start of a tour that will take him to Al- geria, Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. The Cuban prime minister landed at Conakry, capital of Guinea, and the gov- ernment radio there said he was received by a huge crowd. See page 10 for additional entertainment Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Hospital" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Such Good Friends1' Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short "Talcs of the Crypt" Last Complete Show C.REEX ACRES DRIVE-IN "Horror House" "Dr. Phibes" One Complete Show 9: Of, ENTERTAINMENT DINING DANCING With the Fabulous to o.m. Nightly At Calgary's FUN SPOT THE SHERATON SUMMIT INN 4 Ave. and 1st S.W. CALGARY 262-7091 WEEKLY FIGURES Tile average weekly cost of operating a car in Britain is for a small car and for larger one, the Automobile As- sociaton reports. Jobless students protest CALGARY (CP) Two job- less University of Calgary stu- dents are picketing the student Manpower office here until they're told "To get lost." Jim Telfer, 21, and Richard First minimum ivage project ior convicts OTTAWA (CP) Solicitor General Jean-Pierre Goyer flies to British Columbia Thursday for a three-day visit during which he will inaugurate Can- ada's first minimum-wage work project for prisoners. The project at William Head Institution near Victoria will pay prisoners SI.75 an hour for construction of a penitentiary building. Mr. Goyer will offi- cially start construction Friday afternoon. Thursday afternoon he speaks to the Elizabeth Fry Society in Vancouver .and Saturday he is to meet Vancouver senior Citi- zens at an as yet undetermined location. KILLED IN ARGUMENT MONTREAL (CP) Police said Nick Sharko, 67, was killed Wednesday when he was struck over the head with an axe dur- ing an argument in a downtown apartment house. They were called by a second man who gave himself up to police. THE EL RANCHO CABARET PRESENTS jHtLOD FROM CALGARY This Week only CABARET on Wednesday Thursday Friday WEDNESDAY NIGHT EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! Gugins, 18. said Wcdne.sday the is due to late registration, not three levels of government arc indifferent shortages. to Manpower staff They complain lliat students wait for three and four hours to see a Manpower counsellor, only to find that no jobs are available. "Calgary employers are as lack of staff, and is only tem- porary." He added students could have registered earlier at oilier fa- cilities. Carol Yule, officer-in-chargo at student Manpower, said her 20-member staff has registered and interviewed an average of apathetic as government in re-1 550 people daily since full-time spending to student job they said. Ron Ashmore, assistant man- ager of Manpower for Calgary, said: "The delay facing students operation began April 24. Student employment pros- pects should improve as tho construction and service indus- tries swing into busy summer months, she said. YOUR PHILIPS, DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I Af If'C RADIO AND TV w lv 302 13th ST. N. NOW SHOWING At and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT AN OTTO PR.EAA1NSER DWSCXNNON .MMESCOCO JENNKR O'NEItL KENHOWRD NINKFOCH MURENCE fUCMNBIU. 1DUISE LXSSER is Marty BURGESS MEREDITH Kain-jj OC. SMITH SINGING "SUDDENLY, ITS AL 70MORRCW' Cola tj KOVIilAB A Relna CHILDREN'S SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ON THE SCREEN "PINOCHIO IN OUTER SPACE" IN TECHNICOLOR PLUS CARTOONS ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. ALL SEATS THIS SHOW COLLEGE TCNITE and FRI. at and p.m. HELD OVER FOR 2 MORE DAYS ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN DEMU LIVES! "1MJES FROMTHE CRYPT THE VAULT OF HORROR sirring Joan Collins Peter Gushing Roy Richard Greene Ian Hendry Patrick Mages Barbara f.' jrrgy Nigel Patrick Robin Phillips and Sir Ralph Richardson .PHONE .71100 It DIVE .IN _REEN ACRES UKIVl-ln (UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and FRIDAY VINCENT PRICE-JOSEPH GOTTEN HUSH GRIFFITH-TERRY-THOMAS Adult- Not Suitable for Children "HORROR HOUSE" clr Starring Frankie Avalon GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. STARTING TOMORROW DELUXE SHOWS at and p.m. irst fun picture of the year! Meet the 4 incredible goofs who want to steal the worldfe hottest diamond... they're cool, daring, brilliant and just a little bit nuts! 20th CENTURY-FOX Presets ADULT Robert Rcdford George Segal A Hoi Landers-BobUjr Roberis Production Ron I S.ind.Uoses Re jfioU tRock The luipcnie comedy from trie man who made "Bullitt" ENDS "THE HOSPfTAL" COIOR with GEORGE C. SCOTT MAY SPECIAL ON ALL DEMONSTRATORS PRICED TO CLEAR BERTI'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2646 South Parksido Drive Phone 327-0115 NOW ACCEPTING FALL ENROLLMENTS Accordion -jV Piano Organ -jif Guitar ;