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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IS YHI LITHIIIIDOf HMMB Octeb.r 1, 1970 73 The Willow Creek School Division No. 28 Require the fello.vinq Teachers wilh duties to commence October lit, Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, Case Ruling 4 1 1 V iyffiKijt.- TO MAKE to over this winter! The Pincher Creek Curling Club will be leasing out the concessions In the curling rink this year. Interested persons contact Terry Lyon. Phone 637-3945 or Box 159, Pincher Creek. 7749-03 SECOND HAND STORE, WITH FORT MACLEOD -One Grade Seven English Half-Titus Teachers CLARESHOLM -One Senior High stock. PHONE 345-3534 OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE AVL.S. LISTING In Men BIRTH VAN HORNE Robert William, born September 25, Proud parents are Van and Carol; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Young, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Van Home. lams g DEATH HOFMAN Passed away in Picture Butte on Thursday, October 1, 1970, at the age of 76 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hendrika Hofman of Nr> blcford, Alberta. Funeral arrangements will be announced when complete. Mai-tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. (CP) A judgment on the trial of Imperial Tobacco Products Ltd., charged with false advertising to promote sales of Casino cigarettes, was reserved yesterday until Oct. 15 in Alberta Supreme company introduced the cigarettes into Alberta a year ago. Advertisements said there was in every 'pack of new Casino." Charges were laid against .the company that there was not a bill or its equivalent in Hie packages. Defence lawyer W. J. Major of Calgary said that while the statement in every pack" would not be correct if taken out of context; a reasonable man would not think it was true and after reading the full advertisment, would know the claim was not misleading. "There was no plot by Im-perail Tobacco to mislead the public." The public was not hurt, Mr. Major said. Rather they Dene-fitted because the company lost through promotion. JOSEPH Muller, an adver-Using executive from Montreal who worked with the promotion, testified the advertisements were designed to confuse Ihe consumer so they would buy the product to clarify their doubts. This method of advertising was outlawed by an agreement between the nation's advertising agencies June 30, 1970. DECEPTION SEEN J. D. Neilson, representing the provincial attorney-general's department, submitted that because of the prominece of the statement in every pack" someone reading it would take it out of context particularly since there was little else in the rest of the advertisement to contradict the statement. "There is deception even if it is only Mr. Neilson said. Legal action has been taken by Lethbridge and Taber interests against Imperial for alleged failure to honor all its obligations in connection with its .Casino contest. A Lethbridge lawyer representing the interests said he is still dealing witli Calgary lawyers on the case. A statement of claim was filed but the company has not filed a statement of In Jack L The closed-book issue on the resignation of former Alberta firm censor Jack Day will be opened at the next sitting of the provincial legislature, said Alberta Opposition Leader Peter Lougheed. Mr. Day was suspended from his job last December after two morals charges were laid against him. After a series of charges were dropped, replaced with new charges or dismissed, Mr. Day was acquitted on a charge of indecent assault on a girl under 14 and a charge of incest. Mr. Lougheed said in an interview here Wednesday, "The Attorney General needs to give answers as to why Mr. Day was not reinstated." Following his acquittal, Mr. Day was refused his old by Case and was not offered another job. The government said must accept a settlement fired. Mr. Lougheed said from it is a principle that is involved. If a civil servant is charged with an indictable offence, suspended and then acquitted, he should be reinstated. "If there is a change of personnel in the position, change should have no connection to any indictable charge. "If we ignore this type of matter, we are ignoring the judicial he said. He added the settlement signed by Mr. Day made reinstatement impossible but had he not signed, pending action in the legislature, it might have been a different matter. DAIRY BAR RESTAU-rant in progressive and rapidly growing southern Alberta town. Year-round business features Driie-in, Walk-up, and Walk-in with .seating for 20; large parking area excellent location and doing thriving business. Reasonably priced with terms available. fisls to: ,Vr. R. e. Congdon Treasurer Wilfrnv Creek School" Division No, 26 Sox 49, CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA Funeral Scheme Announced MONTREAL (CP) Qufibec-ers disturbed by the rising cost of dying soon will be able to make all funeral arrangements in advance, and at today's going rate, the Quebec Corporation of Funeral Directors and Em-balmers said Wednesday. And all it will take is a few dollars a month or a lump advance payment. Robert Lepine, corporation president, told a news conference that under the new program, once a client has made the payment and the funeral arrangements, it's all over except the waiting. The corporation, which represents 430 of the province's 300 funeral directors, will use interest accumulated on advance contributions to balance off "cost-of-Iiving h e said. However, Mr. Lepine added, "if the client dies as the result of an accident or in another town, there will be extra charges for services further details please phone 657-3050 or 627-4232 or Write Sox 232, Pincher Creek, Alberta. McLEAN Clayton, passed away in the city on Tuesday, September 29, 1970, at the age of 57 years. Graveside service will be held in the Mountain View Cemetery on Friday, October 2, 1570, at 11 a.m., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliot officiating. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C463 MEEKS William Edgar, passed away in Raymond oh W e d n e s day, September 30. 1970, at the age of 54 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elaine Meeks of Raymond. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C464 WALL Passed away suddenly in the city on Monday, September 28, 1970, Gwen Aim, at the age of 23 years, beloved wife of Mr. Kenneth Wall of 215 19 Street North. The late Mrs. Wall was born and educated in Tompkins, Sask. Later moving to Sliaunavon, and for the past two years has resided in Lethbridge. Besides her loving husband she is survived by two sons, Brent and Kevin, at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Moore of Tompkins, Sask.; three sisters, Miss Shirley Moore at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Sharon and Colleen of Tompkins; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore of Medicine Hat and Mrs. Mae Cave of Tompkins. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. at the United Church in Tompkins, with Rev. Ted Bristow officiating. Interment will follow in the Tompkins Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., in Charge of Forewarding Arrangements. C466 KRALL Louis John, be-oved husband of Mrs. Marv Krall of Natal, B.C. passed avjay on Tuesday, September at age 76 years. He was bora in Iron Mountain, Michigan. U.S.A. He came to Natal area in 1899 and lived here all his life, working in the coal mines. He served with the 225th Battalion in War 1. He was a member of the Slovak Lodge and Royal Canadian Legion. He was predeceased by his parents and one brother 63 MUSIC EXCELLENT LOCATIONS FOR Marshall Wells Franchise stores to be opened by the year-end. Capital to handle Financial assistance and training available to right parties. SINGING INSTRUCTIONS WILL give lessons in my home. Phone after i p.m. KORPORAAL Funeral service for Dingeman Korporaal, husband of Mrs. Beatrice Korporaal of Vancouver who died in the city Monday, Sept. 28, 1970, at the age of 31 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave.. S., .with interment following in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were John and Dan Filatoff, Arnold, Dean and Ken Korporaal. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the 65 LOST AND WRIGHTSON, DEVELOPMENT tOST ONE RED J Diamond City. Brand on right rib. Phone Sam Cook, IJHH 327-9015. LOST SATURDAY AFTERNOON near Stirling Brown wallet in of man's srcen jacket. Would finder please call 328-7569, alter 2 p.m. Reward. LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331. The widest facility available, consider ALL TYPES of mortgage Joans. 66 TEA CUP READING, TUESDAY Tnrough Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at the Lotuf Inn Cafe. STYROFQAM WEDDING CAKES. and tip. Free delivery. Phone 758-3457, Misrath. BUILDING? NEED A carpenter? Town or country. Phone 328-2439. Cadets Thursday At It's fall in time again after the summer standdown period for members of Lethbridge's army cadets, one of the top outfits in Alberta. The crack unit, affiliated with the 20th .Independent Battery (M) and sponsored by the Royal Canadian .Legion, parades every Thursday at in the Lethbridge Armory at Kenyori Parade Kenyon Field Capt. N. E. Price, Is chief instructor. He is assisted by Lieuts, J. P. Credico, Dan Bo-dell, and Dennis Jorgensen. The corps, one of the largest in Alberta, comprises boys in the 13-18 age category. Twelve-year-olds are enrolled provided they are in Grade 8. Training includes drill, physical training, weapons, map reading, leadership, citizenship, first-aid, and national survival. Transportation is laid on each parade night leaving Ken-yon Field at 7 p.m. Stop-points are: south-side Park Plaza, 10th Ave. and 19th St., Stubbs Drug, 13th St. and 5th Ave., Spudnut Shop, llth St. and 9th Ave., 9th Ave. and 13th St., 3rd St. and 6th Ave., 16th Ave. and VERSATILE DANCE BAND THE Variety Men Music for any occasion. Phone Lsn 327-6317 or Del 337-4414. RAVEN 1359 9th St. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repain. Phone 327-3219. Funeral service for George Frederick Trent, beloved husband of Mrs. Julia Trent of 1105 18th St. A N. who died suddenly in the city Sunday iiept. 27, 1970, at the age of 47 years, was held at 11 a.m. Wendesdav in the ''Memorial Chapel" at 703, 13th St. N., with Rev. Gaston Marion the celebrant. Pallbearers were John Brooks, Wilfred Mass, Don Pet-rak, Gerald Coyne, Fred Me-heden and John Rubi. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the AN INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.l.D. Advice, Information and Direction in areas of Health, Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327-7353, 1C a.m. 4 p.m. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6662. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX LETHBRIDGE, WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd jobs. Phone 327-6834. DRIVES AND WALKS. R6-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 345-.J484. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyorw wlJft a drinking problem. 127-8IU9 or 328-3246, artv tnlerior, exterior painting city or country. Japanese painter. Phone 327-8721, evenings. Being Sought About Fight CLARGSHOLM (HNS1) Police are seeking information regarding an alleged fight here Saturday night which sent an 18-year-old to hospital at Calgary with severe head inhuries. Hank Thomas, 18, an exchange student from Holland, was apparently kicked in the head as he bent over to pick up his glasses and cigarettes, knocked from his pocket during the fight. He is working on a farm near Granuna. He was token to the FoothiDs General Hospital at Calgary in an unconscious condition after the incident. Thomas' mother has arrived from DRYWALL CO. LTD. Residential commercial. Textured ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Complete drywali and steel studs. Phone 328-6562 any lime. 47 SERVICES AND Phone 328-7362. STEINcR CEMENT WORK, old basemen is dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2S6. OF THANKS FOSTER I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to my many friends and .relatives for the kindness shown in my recent sad bereavement; for all the help, the beautiful flowers, cards and food. Thanks to doctors, nurses and staff at the Municipal Hospital. Their kindness was deeply appreciated. Leona Foster Broadcasts On Thursday Lethbridge radio station CHEC-FM begins transmitting Alberta s c h o o 1 broadcasts Thursday at p.m. for schools throughout southern Alberta. The .programs, developed by the audio-visual services bureau of the provincial department of education, will also continue to be broadcast on CKUA the University of Alberta station. The shows ran on CHEC in 1868-1969 but were dropped last year. CHEC's inclusion of the school programs in its 1970-71 schedule comes as a result of requests from southern teachers whose facilities were out of range of CKUA, according to Mrs. Ellen Watt, assistant coordinator of school broadcasts. Programs deal with art, science, literature, social studies, history and other subjects, and run 15 minutes Monday through Friday. Also available to schools are network programs which run daily on CBR, the wholly-owned radio station in Calgary. Television programs from the department of education are carried on the Alberta network of the CBC, including aim-TV, Channel 7. The programs are telecast each school day. a.m., following SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber itamps, corporate seals, dflters, e'c. same-day Service. 1233-2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-511-1 SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO machines, competent adjustments Jo. all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone Wl-lUt. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. BACKHOE AND TRUCK Can dig driveways, trees, basements, load and haul gravel and top soil. Phone 327-U13, before J p.m. 327-3347, after 5 p.m. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vsr.ium cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-4456. FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, CEMENT FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328-B572 OR World, Sunny Service, 5th Ave. and Stafford Drive, Stafford Drive and 9th Ave., Stafford Drive and 13th Ave., 13th Ave. and 13th St., Adams Ice Centre and End's Grocery. Orderly officer for Thursday's parade, will be Lieut. Chris Van Breda and orderly sergeant, Sgt. Joe Donnelly. Planned To Schools In Calgary Twenty five teachers in the Central Fleetwood Susie 3awden Elementary School will visit three open area schools in Calgary Oct. 16 to study then: operations. The Lethbridge public school board Tuesday approved the trip and will underwrite expenses, on advice from George Bevan, director of curriculum and instructional sendees. Mr. Bevan said the trip was necessary to acquaint the teachers with open area instruction they will be faced with when the Central and Fieetwood students and teachers move into the new Susie Bawden addition in January. The school will have two open area facilities, each equivalent to eight rooms the largest open area facilities anyone in the system knows of. The teachers have previously been given orientation trips to other opsn area schools, and have held many meetings to discuss them and to discuss staff amalgam a t i o n into the one school, but are still hesitant about the unique facilities. Gerald Probe, director of 70 We wish to express a sincere thanks to our relatives -and friends for the cards, flowers. Mass cards and kindness extended on the passing of our dear mother and grandmother, Marie Tomcala. A special thank you to Father Nelson and Father Field; to the doctors and the staff at the nursing home and hospital. and Betty Tomcala and family, Taber. FRANK'S ROTDTILLWG, PHOWF FOR SALE PEAT MOSS, ALL sizes. Apply Dsn'i Greenhouse, Lelh-bridge. The county of- Vulcan No. 1 invites quotations on 5 tandem gravel trurks with 10 to 12 yard Brantford boxes 25-ton hoist and P.T.O. Specifica-undersigned. Quotations should WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD soil for sale. 328-3289. Rejects Suggested Wage Hike The Lethbridge Police Commission Wednesday rejected a concilia tion report recommendation by J. B. Adams for a 15.8 pre cent wage increase for the 51 members of the Lethbridge Police Association. The next step in reaching settlement for a 1970 wage contract is arbitration. A first-class constable with the local police force earned a month in 1969. The increase, had it been accepted by the commission, would have meant a raise to a month. The recommendation was for two retroactive raises, Jan. 1. 1970 and July 1, 1970. The policemen are the only group of city employees without a 1970 contract. A police association spokesman would not comment on the association's stand. TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7393 or 327-2438. JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phont 327-73PS or 327-2438. K. H. Gatenby Secretary-Treasurer County of Vulcan No. 2 Vulcan, .Alberta U.S. Policeman Is Killed ATLANTIC CITY, -N.J. (CP-AP) Policeman John Burke, 27, who was a member of a force that patrols in this New Jersey resort with trained dogs, left his German shepherd Thor tied up in his car early today when he stopped to question two men. Police said Burke was shot to death by a shotgun blast fired fay one of them. They felrj. His death was the 15th in the United States this year in apparently unprovoked attacks on police officers. Police later issued a warrant for the arrest of Clrence D. Homes, 22, of Atlantic City. Burke, married, without children, had been a policeman for FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 323-2094. WAKES YOUR GARDEN READY FOR spring. Use machine-ground manure in handy 75 Ib. plastic bag. each. Free delivery. Phone 327-95SO. i PROVINCE OF PQ ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF igSjiJ HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by THE undersigned up to o'clock Standard Time on Wednesday. October 1-lth, 1970 for the construction cf the following work: Project: Improvement District No. Debolt Area Gravel Crushing sr.d Loading 3o Irucks cubic yards Contracts and SoecificaTicns may QUfained at the Office cf ine Chief Maintenance Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the Of-fics of ihe District Engineer, 1707 -6rh N.'.V.- Calgary. and me Office of ;'ns Disiricr Engineer, Admir.iiTraticn Buildino, Lsthbridgs, Alberta and will be avallaote only to individuals domiciled, registered ar.d. operating in the province cf Alterta, or to partnerships or rorpcraticns reolstered arid operating ir, ar.d who have esrablishsa a piace cf Business in the Province cf Alberta. A Cfipcsi! c! Twsnty-five Dollars (slS.M) be required icr eacn ccpy of Ihe Contract and Taken. Each bid must te PARSONS' HARDWARE Phone GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOT1LLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. all of Naiai, B.C.: one brother Joseph in Seattle; a sister Amelia Zarko in Fernie and a sister Susan Zvara in Milwaukee. Survivors include his wife Marv; daughter Mrs. F. Miles, Natal, B.C. and Mrs. E. Qualtieri, Kamploops: a .son Wallace of Lethbridge: ten grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; five brothers and two sisters. Funeral service will be held Friday. October 2 at 'a.m. in the St. .Michael's Church. Natal. Interment will follow in ihe Eik Valley Cemetery. Rev. Bert For-sythe officiating. Salus Funeral Chapel Ltd., S'parwood, is in charge. C462 PUBLIC In loving memory of a dear father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Peter Vervoort. who passed away October 1st, 19W. Gone but not forgotten. remembered b y Jean. George, children and grandchild. 71 POULTRY AND 4DO HONEGGER LAME PULLETS for i3la. months old. Phone 327-9123, C. Wisfcerke. In memory of Annie Wolstoncroft. wife, mother and grandmother, who passed away October 1, 1967. Loving and kind in all her ways. Upright and just to the end of her days: Sincere and true in her heart and mind. Beautiful memories she left behind. Lovingly remembered b y husbar.d Jack: sons Melvin, Brian and families. 7599 DUALLY In loving memory of a dear husband. Walter Qually. wno passed October 1. 1930. 1 sat beside your bedside! My heart was crushed and sore 1 saw you .slowly sinking Bui knew 1 could do no more. Treasure him to Thee Lord. In your garden of rest. For on this earth, he was one of the best. Thoughtful for others, kind and true. He suffered in silence no otie knew. E'-er lememhercd and sadly missed bv his wife Alert Qually. 7997 Deaths Yesterday Bv THE CANADIAN PRF.SS South Gate. Lou Xovi-kofi. 54. former National League outfielder for Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies: of 2 lung ailment, lincino. Calif. EuVard Everett Horton. 8-.. who performed in more than 100 movies, on television and in plays in a career that spanned ft'i years. HEAVY ROASTING CHICKENS. RAN ready, five-six Ibs, 36c per !b. Also fryers. Free Custom killing. Hellmuth Dyck, Phone 72 PETS AND TWO SIAMESE KITTENS. PHONE 377-1101 Appointed Dr. 0. P. Larson, superintendent of Lethbridge public schools, has been appointed to an Alberta Human Resources Research Council advisorv committee. Dr. Larson will represent medium sized school systems on the HRRC advisory committee to educational studies, wh i c h will review the council's programs concerning special studies in education methods and related REGISTERED DACHSHUNDS FOR sale. 2r.d Ave. N. Phone 327-iQi7. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES FOR SALE. RMSonable price. Pnwie 32S-S8S1. PIIDIT-JDEQ CHIHUAHUAS. >RE adorable ana wculd1 like :o iir.d a new home. 1216 3rd Ave. A S. Call after 5 p.m. OF ADVANCE POLL Ar. aa vanes poll for tre 1970 election icr couicillcrs for :ns To.vr. cf P rcne- Crsc1: will be heici on Saturday. CcTcSe- 1970 tne cf 10 a.m. and i a.m. in ih? MARGARET Tree FORT WAYNE. Ind. lAP) -A police switchboard operator found it hard to believe Wednesday night when a caller reported trees in her back yard full of Police not "necessarily accepreG. oWJiy Mir.isVer c' antJ Transoort C-5 GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PUBLIC SALE OF LAND UNDER THE TAX RECOVERY ACT R.S.A., 1955 VILLAGE OF COOTTS ic-- by Yjbiic aJctiis-. i- Pisr. U er-rt i rc.r C' SK G. ROBiNSOKJ, the final field trip is needed to answer many new questions by which the teachers have been troubled. The three schools will closed for the day. giving the students a hnliriav. and the Receives Grants For Homeowners A total of out of M estimated in homeowner grants has now been received at city hall from the provincial government. The city received Wednesday. So far 53 hatches of 136 applictions have been sent to the province. Wednesday's shipment is made up of batches 13 to 36. inclusive. They are being processed at city hall and all should be in the mail within a few days. Processing the applications and the grants is sufficinetly time consuming that the province pays the city for each application to cover the cost of administration. Most of the grants are senior citizens who qualify for the guaranteed income supplement are eligible for grac's. Two small white puppies. Apply 1717 13th Ave. N. or Phone 327-1345. 72A FUR BEARING PEDIGREED ANGOSA RA5517S sale. Phcr.e about 15 monkeys had es- tiorial time may be made up capcd from the Fort Wayne zoo from Ihe spring semester plan-and were loose in the neighbor- ning time, normally a holiday hood. for -ESTABLISHED CHINCHILLA RANCH arirrats. art ssl erica. FOR SAtE OF ONE PRECIPITRON UNIT clearly marked cr. cf envelops "Saie c.f Preccirrcn Ur.iv will be received at fh? c: purchasing ara s'ores jur Ncrth. Lerr.b.-icSqe. us to c'clccK E m.. W.S T., v.on. October IS, 1970. Ci.-Ttrttoai! fir: C3C-C-V 10.CCO CF.V 2! i-C" crjssure. 1 V.'estir.r-house i h.p., veil. 3 pr.ase fj cycle tr.otor. 1 1G.M CFW p.-ecipltron. -.viil te rtcepteti en the c- eacf. component part find to t- on an "35 is, wr-ere is" basic. Fc- rcrtrer i-fcrmsiicn and and 5'cre.i department, 2U st.-sit Nprt.-. Tra 1'iy 'enoer sa-iiy accepted R W. Wesson Last Of Held In B.C. AGASSIZ. B.C. (CPi Bill Babakaeff will be a free man today, marking a milestone in the history of British Columbia and of Agassiz Mountain prison. Babakaeff. 56. is the last of the Sons of Freedom Doukho-bors to be freed from sentences for terrorist crimes in the Ko-otenay region in ihe early 1960s. Ho was sentenced to 12 years on April IS. 1962 after being convicted in Nelson on two charges of unlawfully placing explosives. influx of Dnukbobor Prison rorists to this prison, 70 miles east of Vancouver in the Fraser Valley, led to construction of the prison and of quonset huts where th? sect members could live to themselves and maintain their own styls of cooking. Tiic huts have since been converted to workshops and quarters for elderly and disabled prisoners from other prisons in the penitentiary system. Babakaeff served his full term, less the usual statutory remission time, because he consistently refused to take advan-atge of parole 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Vlte WEEKLY IF YOU SELL reecs ;cp crod'jcer Resume re tor lii. Herald. BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF of.e cf Canada's mssf progressive life'-ar.cs ccrr.pariiei. Tre mar. fit his' sresart jab. is iTpatien! his '.'.nil? r.c: rave t'fe.- a earning icftrtiii v cv.r, Send ?7, Mouths For Possession Richard Arnold CrowLhers, 28. of Lethbridge was sentenced to six months in jail when he appeared in magistrate's court on a charge of possession of stolen goods. Crowthers pleaded guilty to the charge Sopt. 9. The merchandise was stolen in a break-in nt a store in Picture Butte. Crov.thars has a record of thelt, possession of stolen goods, living off the avails of prostitution, keeping a common bawdy house, and break, enter and ;