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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, J6, 1972 THE IfTHEPIDGE HESA10 27 FAMILY PORTRAIT-Fiuffy, frisky litter of seven Kees- bond pups took over the sofa ot. the G. A. Nickull resi- dence in Vancouver for a pholo session. The puppies ore months old. Hong Kong agent recruiting students HAMILTON (CP) min- istry of' education has dis- covered that an agent in Hong Kong is offering to "recruit" students lor Ontario schools and are cracking on provincial grants 6s a Erards of education here have received a memo remind- ing them that students whose parents live outside Ontario are not eligible for the grafts nor- mally tdven to boards on a per- sLudent basis. As a result of the memo. Hamilton board of education immediately increased its fees for nm-resident students to 5124 a month from business ad- ministrator Eoy Cartmell said i Friday. 1 Education ministry officials i say there has been a sudden in- i flux of students from Hong Kong into the province's schools and many are being subsidized bv the taxpayers. 'in Hal dim and County, 31 of trie VA students at Caledonia secondary school are from Hong Kong ar.d are paying WOO a year where the cost of their education is really Most are in Grade 13 where they out- number Canadian students. Ministry officials say they be- gan investigating the situation when they realized some Hong Kong students obtained student visas after arranging to attend private schools but entered the public Ecrool system instead. Federal immigration authorities also are checking the situation. Ontario officials dU covered letters were being sent to high school principals by peop'e in Hong Kong offering to arrange for the enrolment of students. George Waldrum, assistant deputy minister in charge of education admiriistration says he knows of no instances where boards have negotiated with I such agencies. I John Fransen. education di I rector for the Haldimarx County board, said it i lettx-rs from a Hong Kong i agency but the board will only with students m an ind; vidual basis. The board does not plan to raise its fees fo non-FEsident students until nex j September, he said. Agree iments made with the Etudcn' should be honored Lawyer i challenges charges MONTREAL (CP) Mm- treal lawyer Maurice S. i charged with conspiracy by a Xtw York grand in an al- leged million land fraud, j says his part in the transac- f lion was "perfectly legal and j normal and according to the ruies of real estate transac- tions." Mr. Hebert, real estate bro- ker A. Arthur Kay o! Montreal and four other persons vwe in- dicted Thursday in an alleged fraud involving two parcels of Land in Montreal sold in 1W3 to Maria de Los Angeks Trujillo de Dorninguc-z, a daughter of Rafael Trujillo, the late Domini- i can Republic dictator. Mr. Hebert f-aid in an inter- j view that in 1963 he acd Mr. Kay sold a piece o f laoJ ori: Shy.-brooke Street East to a New York group. i He said the vacant lot was "a really good piece of land.7' 1 don't remember at what price we sold it, but I think it j about at its municipal valu- i tion. We made a normal and egal profit." He said he had not been in-1 -olved in an subsequent trans- S action involving that particular ot. i Mr. Hebert said he had never been questioned by "either a i New York district attorney or by police" during the j tion that led to the indictments. The conspiracy charge alleges j the tvro parcels oi land were j sold to Mrs. Dominiquez for i S778.500 and and charges that the sale price was 10 times the value o[ the prop- erty. rui AFTER-CHRISTMAS ONE DAY ONLY DEC, 27th OPEK FROM 8 A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. HON'EY COLOR Ontario comes in four golden, amber i and dark. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phone 328-5025 COLLEGE MALL Potato Chips Re9.59c Pkg Christmas Gift Wrap Boxed Chocolates [Model Kits................ LEOPARD COTTON CAR AND TRAVB Blanket Reg 3M........... for NOW NOW GOING AT price 5.97 8 A.M. SPECIAL! Vg SV 8 A.M. SPECIAL! XX J ____ 8 A.M. SPECIAL! STP OIL ADDITIVE CREST TOOTHPASTE 1 Pocket Books v.i.e, 1.00 Baby Aspirin Refl.31e NOW Johnson's Baby Shampoo Reg ,.27 NOW Sudden Beauty Hairspray I 1 2oo-s. Reg. i.43 SPECIAl SPECIAL Listerine Mouth wash i.09 SPECIAL 00 P BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS PHENTEX YARN Reg. 53c boll...............NOW SHEFFIELD RAZOR BLADES Reg, 3 for 77c NOW (limit 6 Per Customer) Bog of 56. Reg. 1.59 Hair Curlers Fleetwood 19 inch Color TV SPECIAL Reg, 479.50 SPECIAL PRICES EFFECTIVE WED., DEC 27rh ONLY OPEK FROM 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. IU1 Centre Village Mall Phone 327-4240 ;