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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 1, 1973 THi 1ITNMIDGE HEXAIO 19 Vehicle testing plan ruled out CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta government has no plans now to reintroduce mandatory motor vehicle testing, Highways Minister Carence Copithome said today. "My mind Is wide open to suggestions that might make compulsory vehicle safety in- spections he said in a telephone interview from Ed- monton. But he said he doubts rein- troduction of testing stations, closed more than two years ago, would have the effect Cal- gary Police Chief Brian Saw- yer suggested recently. During a police commission meeting Chief Sawyer said the province made an unfortunate mistake when it closed down the vehicle testing program. Mr. Copithorne said the main area of reform should be in drivers' attitudes. If drivers careful and more re- sponsible, their cars would be in good condition. He said he also wished that auto manufacturers would make better cars. "It's pretty hard to expect FURRIERS FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 people to spot djfects, then fix them when the manufacturers apparently can't. When you look at the statistics, it's the newer cars that are involved in most of the accidents." The vehicle testing centres were expensive and the high' ways department is reviewing a number of alternate schemes, hn said but he declined com- ment on what these schemes were. The highways department has no authority to demand that provincial court judges start handing out stiffer fines for by- law violations, Mr. Copithorne said. Chief Sawyer had said police officers were becoming reluc- tant to enforce noise by-laws be- cause provincial judges were not really fining offenders. The judges were just issuing "an- other licence fee" to make too much noise. "You can't tell the judicial system what to said Mr. Copithorne. "It's independent and that's the way it should be." City police, however, still have authority to stop any car they think is in such bad shape thst it should not be on the road, he said. They could order the driver to repair it or not use it. Cyprus bill OTTAWA (CP) Canadian peacekeeping forces in Cyprus have cost million since 1964, almost half the total cost of the 11 peacekeeping mis- sions Canada has engaged in since 1949. 327-2111 IS THE NUMBER OF THE STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE WHERE STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYERS CAN HIRE STUDENTS. IT'S EASY! JUST CALL 327-2111 Engagement ring Princess Anne's engagement ring, a sapphire at centre and a diamond on either side, was photographed as she posed with her fiance Lt, Mark Phillips in the grounds of Buckingham Palace. New program at prisons OTIAWA (CP) Solicitor- General Warren Allmand said Thursday a new program is about to be instituted in peni- tentiaries to determine whether sexual offenders can be cured. He told the Commons justice committee he has received a re- port from a group of experts who have studied methods of treating such offenders. Commissioner P. A. Faguy of the penitentiaries service added that a committee composed of a psychologist, a psychiatrist and a judge considered treatment and whether the offenders should be granted temporary absences from prison. Now, persons serving in- definite sentences as dangerous sexual offenders are not eligible for temporary absences. There now are 68 dangerous sexual offenders in various pris- ons across the country. Come to... Your. Recreational Vehicle Centre Come in this week and see our display of recreational vehicles all awaiting your inspection. You'll be pleasantly surprised at how little it costs to own or rent one of these units. STOCK NO. 816 OUR OKANAGAM 8' CAMPER Complete with all standard features plus I furnace' 3 point I STOCK NO. 819 OUR OKANAGAN TRAILER 13V2 foot, sleeps three, or two odults_ and children, complete with furnace WE RENT COMPLETE TRUCK AND CAMPER UNITS! 8' and 9'A' Model per week plus 8c per mile 11 ft. Model per week plus lOc per mile Insurance coverage available at only per day. SALE HOURS: Wide Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. STOCK NO. 818 OUR OKANAGAN CAMPER Made especially for courier and other Jap anese import pick-ups furnace and toilet ALSO AVAILABLE) One Only) 13 FOOT TRAILER Three Book Early, per week Plus brake installation at re- quired! Please Nolel NO Trailer Hitch Supplied! 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive at 16th Ave. S. Dial 328-8861 STOCK NO. 887 OUR OKANAGAN CAMPER foot model, includes YOUR 'TOTAL" TRANSPORTATION CENTRE GOOD FOOD COSTS LESS 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DR. 'COLLEGE MALL' 324 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 420 6th ST. S. 'DOWNTOWN' Values Effective Til Closing Saturday, June 2. We reserve the right to limit quantities HERE ARE MORE WEEKLY SPECIALS BY GOSH! PRICE IS RIGHT! FINEST MEATS' SIDE BACON EYERSWEET SLICED Mb. pkg. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES OIIARTFR %f wrtlt I bit LOIN CUT INTO CHOPS, FROZEN.....ib. BULK WIENERS Ib. 69 CANADA GRADE A BEEF ROUND STEAK (ful, OR RUMP ROAST Ib. 1 .28 ECGS CANADA GRADE A MEDIUM SIZE........doz, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES GARDEN PAX BRAND STEMS AND PIECES MUSHROOMS Q o w R in a 10 fl. OZ. tins LOBLAWS REGULAR, NIPPY OR PIMENTO CHEESE SLICES 8-oz. net wt. pkg. 39 MINUTE MAID FROZEN PINK OR WHITE PINK OR WHITE r LEMONADE ft t. ti 6 fl. oz. tins MIX OR MATCH VIVA BEANS 'N PORK SPAGHETTI IN TOMATO SAUCE..........T4 fl. oz. tins TOMATOES Canada No. 1 Grade FRESH FOR FLAVOUR STRAWBERRIES Red, ripe, luscious pint baskets 3 99 SWEETHEART BRAND FLOUR wt. bag BANQUET FROZEN ASST. VARIETIES CREAM PIES MAPLE LEAP CANNED HAMS I SALAD DRESSING SUNFRESH 32-oz. net wt. jars 9 1i00 fc for ;