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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, Jviy 39, 1971 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD 15 NEW AMBASSADOR Huang Hua, 58, China's first ambassador to Canada, pre- sents his credentials to Mr. Justice Wilfred Judson of the Supreme Court of Canada. Justice Judson was acting for Governor-General Roland Michener at Government House in Ottawa. Man spends day in jail without plea or trial EDMONTON (CP) The at- torney-general's department says it is studying the case of an Edmonton man who spent a day in jail last week after being sentenced on a charge he nei- ther pleaded guilty to, or was tried for. Milan Modrovcic, 28, had been charged with the theft of a toy from a city store and was sen- tenced July 20 by Judge Lucien Maynard of provincial court to one week in jail. The next day, when a proce- dural error was brought to the judge's attention, the man was freed. Richard Anthony, chief Crown prosecutor, said Tuesday the at- torney-general's department is taking steps to have Modrov- cic's conviction quashed. The case opened June 8 when Modrovcic's wife, Melica, jointly charged with her hus- band with Uieft under ap- peared before Judge Maynard with an interpreter. The charge against her was withdrawn but she was allowed to plead guilty to the charge against her husband on his be- half. Modrovcic's counsel told court at a later hearing that theft under is an indictable of- fence, under the jurisdiction of the provincial court and that no one is permitted to plead to an indictable offense on another's behalf. At the original hearing, Judge Maynard remanded Modrovcic, who was out of the country, to sentencing on June'29 and or- dered a pre-sentence report. LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE -LTD.- (In co-operation with the Alberta Aviation Council) Offers Special One-Day Charter Flight to the ABBOTSFORD, B.C. International Air Show on SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1971 Price Per Person Round Trip. Phone 327-1561 for further information Book Your Scat Now! North America's Greatest Flying Show LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. Can take you anywhere in 1 Norlh America at competitive pricesl Modrovcic appeared before Judge Maynard July 20. At one point, the clerk told Judge Maynard that Mcdrov- cic's charge sheet, on which a record of court appearances and pleas is kept, was not in court. That is fine, I don't need the judge said. "The accused is before me for sentencing." Modrovcic's counsel told court his client never appeared before Judge Maynard. The judge replied: "Well, somebody appeared on his behalf and it was a sum- mary conviction offence. I will give him the opportunity of changing his plea at a higher court. 'I am not going to be fooled around with in this court." He sentenced Modrovcic to one week "in Fort Saskatche- wan (correctional institute) so that you can have the opportu- nity (of) filing an appeal and change your plea to one of not guilty." The next day, Mr. Anthony appeared before Judge May- nard and submitted that as the plea had been made by an agent, the court did not have ju- risdiction. Judge Maynard struck the guilty plea. The case resumed Monday be- fore Judge John Coughlan who struck Modrovcic's name from the docket, stating that Judge Maynard had exceeded his ju- risdiction. Adult education grants doubled EDMONTON (CP) Educa- tion Minister Robert Clark an- nounced Wednesday provincial grants for school board adult million loan sought by AGT men EDMONTON (CP) Alberta Government Telephones has bene authorized to begin nego- tiations to borrow million on the United States money mar- ket. AGT officials left for New York to being discussions with lenders. for the money, which will finance the second half of AGT's 1971 capital works pro- gram. The government utility has already borrowed about million this year. General manager J. W. Dodds said the borrowed money will help pay for the laying of miles of buried cable, improvements to the mi- crowave toll network, central office equipment, and a num- ber of buildings throughout the province. Mr. Dodds said that until preliminary negotiations are complete the interest rate and terms of the loan will not be known. education programs will be doubled Aug. 1. The change will mean an in- crease for teacthers in adult ex- tension courses to from an hour and to from an hour for teaching courses for new Canadians. Dr. Brian Staples, provincial co-ordinator of continuing edu- cation, said the purpose of the increase is to allow school boards to improve adult exten- sion programs while holding constant fees paid by students. During the school year, more than adult students took extension courses through more than 30 school boards offering the courses. Two captured at Didsbnr rv DIDSBURY tCPl Two es- capees from the Calgary Pro- vincial jail were recaptured Wednesday at Didsbury, about 30 miles south of Red Deer. Brian Lowery, 22, and Earl Weshe, 20, escaped last Friday while beinng arraigned in Olds, on a charge of break, enter and theft. The pair had been serving sentences in Calgary on similar charges. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 3284095 robbery IZMIR, Turkey (AP) Four armed men robbed a bank ar- mored car Tuesday and sped off with four million Turkish lire the semi-official Ana- tolian news agency reported. Of- ficials speculated that the rob- bery near Izmir may have been carried out by members of the Turkish People's Liberation Army. 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