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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETH8RIDGE HERALD Tlunsclny No Parolee lias lo go hack to prison OAKLAND, Calif. n.....irnnl MVCN '.'.ilb his Frank Nubin lias to back wif" ard two childmi. In San yuontin priMin r'nda; TH1 cnuit.s mm hi1 because cf a lypisl's misliike. IIIMV lime- abiuil 111 monllis. the Slalo (if Cu'lifornia Nubin, -111. has licon in and lie's been five nMiihs, out uf prisons since he Has sin a job as an ironworker. Convicted uf robbery and "iver KDMUNTOX id1' 'I'hi' Mo tor Vehicles liraiK-h has f'.iuwl (lint tco many drivers have been coming up iur re- r.eual at the same time and to- day announced measure.-- to re- duce tlie imbalance. Clarence Cuiiitbnnie. minHY! oi' highways ar.d in.n-rori, alwiii -II) per ceil! of the tive- -.ear licenses would have been next year. The motor vehicles branch, however, in will issue on- orator's licenses for one ihrec- four- anil (ne-year dur- ations so the total issue w'-H be levelled off at approximately a year, instead of about every fifth year. Mr. CopHhonie said the im- balance was created in ID.'iT w :ih n switch froio to a five-year system. 12 ACRES IDEAL FOR WINTER AND SUMMER GETAWAY. Near mountain? between Pincher Creek and West CasHe Ski Resort. Write Box 70, Herald The Lethbridge Community College invites applications for STENO POOL SUPERVISOR the faculty see work is carried out promptly and efficiently. :o keep track of hclida'.s and sick leo-e of College CJUA'.IFICATIONS: Sc-veiol years c- secretarial e Ey- nbbity to work co-operatively with ail levels ot College CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS, November t4, 1971, 4 p.m. Applicants apply for the standard Application fcr c m p I c y m r n 1 f o r m to: Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Phone 327-2141 only as to be free d him back 1 1 montlis. authority lo economc unon SAINT .lUliX, N.1J. 'CPi II. W. TwlL'hiim. president of; Chrysler Omada Ud., said i Tuesday h? rxnecis Canada and th-.1 United States foi'm an rfcnomic mmm Ji.-is theft, h- four years 10 At iii.1 ucnt tn pi'i-i fur a v. il'e with a He R'jt out aiu-: four years on parole, hut i! v..i.s revoked a year nil -ounds of drinkim1 lie one year and in August, IDfiil, lefi San Qurnlin on a parole that to run liinnigl) Jan. 4. lie stayed nf troulilc until Christmas Kvo, court rec-onis say, lie and his wife had a fight and she was Kiken tn hospital. Charges of with a deadly weapon were dropped his wife refused to tes- tify. The California Adult Au- thority. which handles pa- roles, said that mado no dif- ference am! en hours IK- lore lu- v or urdei to prison. then wrote the ask on what dale it had acted. By mistake, a it was .Ian. ;it v.hieli was after the date the authority's power over Nn bin expired A r m e (i the reply, N'ubin won a v.-rit of habeas 1 corpus in and was freed CM M.OOO bord tlie following .Ian. '2fi. He gof tl're reiiKin-icd and moved into a four-bcd- 818 million for refugec> of E. Pakistan The govern- ment announced Wednesday it will send an additional mil- lion worth of aid to India to help combat problems caused by Hie influx of nine million refugees from East Pakistan. The announcement, made hi the Commons bv Exvcriial Af- fairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, means total Canadian aid to India since East Pakistani refu- gees began flooding the country last March has reached almost S2o million. To date, the federal govern- ment lias contributed S4.3 mil- lion. the p r o v i n c e s another and individual volun- tary agencies, Si. 9 million. The announcement was re- ceived warmly by opposition MPs. who commented on the ur- gent problems facing both India and East Pakistan. I'uoir: home his v. ifc, i ti; M. tr.d .sun. An appeals court reversed the order freeing Mihin after the slate produced evidence In i show his parole actually Ir.ul i been revoked one day before 1 it would have A i periui' Court then ordered him to serve the 10 months tluti would remain of his 10-year sentence. "It's hard to go said Tuesday, "It hurls deep within, you knon? It al- i fccts my family and every- j body close to Humphrey sounds like presidential candidate SEN. HUMPHREY A Kennedy in corner Self-service film library al Calgary AMY (CI'l A self-1 have always been guarded be- film library, the firsl I nnd kcv Whal we have done is set up a system very much like a public li- I hey often return in tliree or four days. The booking system required for full time and one part- time slaff to handle 500 titles a week but they now handle 800 with no difficulty. KIKE GARDENS Half the families m Britain have some kind of a garden. MIAMI. Fla. i'API SenaliT' III u b c r L Humphrey, simmling much like a presidential candi- date, lias accepted tlie endorse- inent of Miami flavor David Kennedy "It's nice to have a Kennedy on your Hutnplircy said. Kennedys support, whieh came during the mayors re-' election victory party Tuesday was the first Humphrey 1 has received as a potential can- i ditlate for the Democratic presi- dential nomination from a m a j or poliucal officeholder. Aides to tire Minnesotan said; several mere would follow. i Humphrey said he would de- cide whether lo seek the presi- dential nomination again i out too much delay." In St. Paul, Minnesota, politi- I cat sources said Humphrey has j macic up his rr.ind to enter the i and one source said Hum- I Healer defecl phrcy's backers would meet within the next couple of weeks lo decide which presidential pri- maries ho should enter. Humphrey lost to Richard Nixon in the 1968 presidential election. in (lorvairs WASHINGTON (AP) Gen- eral Motors Corp. has agreed to notify some owners i of Coi-vaii- automobiles, from the 1961 through the 1969-year models, of possible heater sys- tern defects. Tlie manufacturer will advise Corvair owners to h a v e their cars inspected by a Chevrolet dealer and repaired, if neces- sary, to eliminate dangerous fumes. The inspections and repairs will be made at the expense of the owners unless warranty provisions are slill in cifect. New system for income maintenance KD.MONTON (CP) About l.'i.'MH] familiies receuirg in- cdine maintenance in Alberta are being allowed to report their financial standing by mail. The department of health arid development says the administration change will eli- minate the need to have its 600 social workers visist homes arid fill out forms. The new system was tried as sn experiment in Edmonton. About 80 per cent of the fami- lies involved in the experiment reitirncd their forms properly filled out. INSURANCE 9 LIABILITY 9 BONDS 9 AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 tower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 allmvs borrowers The old approach so Ihrmigh 700 film l.i films for about two weeks each .said Allan Pal time they were borrowed, bill hist "0 vcars films experimental use since by our fully qualified! Westingliouse represen talive obligation to buy whaf-so-ever. Jusl c 327-8578. CONVENIENT TERMS! PROVIDES T YEAR PAY AS UTTIE UNCONDITIONAL AS PER MONTH! GUARANTEE! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THUES. AND FRI. NIGHTSI Try a pack Get The BigTaste of Broadleaf-the richest, mellowest tobacco under the sun. Golden toasted to taste good as gold! CY-7I-I ;