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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 HIE lEHIBRIDGE HERALD October 19, 1971 .nsurance n 1972 KDMO.YI'OX Albor-1 come into effect April 1. a'.-, l-'ronrcssivo Conserva-1 me government will imple- tncnt. a compulsory automobile insurance plan passed hy Ihc earlier this year, Attorney General Merv Lcitch said .Monday. Mr. Lcitch Ihc plan will ft requires drivers to have minimum package property damage nml public li- ability insurance. The plan also contains n no- fault clause. Mr. Lcitch said drivers will have to produce proof of insui ance to buy 1972 vehicle plates wont sign agr RED DEER (CP) board of governors of Red Deer college says it will not sign an affiliatiru agreement with the University of Alberta until the college is allowed to partici- pate in Ihc final wording of the agreement. Dr. .Merv Eastman, president of the college, said one of the contentious issues in the agree- ment is tiie right of the college to offer off campus credit courses. At present the arrangement with the university is that the college grants them all credit for the courses which includes direct government support. He srirl he would like to see the college get credit for the courses and financial support as well. If the college could properly The I consider extension students as Red Deer College students, more grants would be available to the college, he said. No foul play ST. PAUL (CP) The body of Zaccheus Hunter, Iti, missing since July JO. has been found near the Saddle Lake In- dian reserve in northeastern Alberta. A police spokesman said there was no indication of foul play. RCMP said the youth was last seen when he left the re- serve to look for work- CAMPAIGNING FOR CHASTITY Michael Ramsey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, tells a press conference in Toronto that chastity is a big moral issue and that Chris- tians must campaign for it in the same way they campaign for charity and justice. The Archbishop is in Toronto to deliver a series of lectures. Govt. cancels hostel contract EDMONTON (CP) Journal says the provin c i a 1 government has cancelled a contract which turned over op- eration of the Calgary single men's hostel to private enter- prise last year. Quoting unnamed government sources, the neuspaper says the government did not believe Per- sona Care Ltd. was achieving the objectives set out in the co.itracl. The former Social Credit last fall asked private enterprise to submit proposals on running the government hostels in Calgary and Edmonton. Plans submitted for the Ed- monton operation were reject- ed and the hostel was reorfian- External affairs official denies Romiiiig allegations OTTAWA (CP) An external affairs spokesman declined today to confirm allegations Canada from giving diplomatic recognition to the People's Re- public of China in the mid-1950s. The allegations were made by Chester Ronning, the former Canadian diplomat in China at the Communist takeover in 1949. He said in Winnipeg Friday that Canada was on the point of rec- ognizing China when the Korean War intervened. Canada had discussed the issue wtih Uie U.S. again in the mid-1950s, Mr. Ronning said, but President Eisenhower be- came furious and threatened to pull the U.S. out of the United Young at heart ST. HELENS, England (CP) Bessie Machin, who has lived on the Isle of Wight all her life, plans to put a bit away for a rainy opened her first I bank account at the age of 108. 328-2439 CALL 328-2439 MAINTENANCE REPAIR RENOVATIONS CUPBOARDS HOMES, APARTMENTS, MOTEtS, ETC CtIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE NEEDS Nations if Canada went ahead. 'Hie spokesman agreed Uiat Canada was close to granting recognition in 1950 "but the thing that changed the picture was the Korean War." He said he had no recollection of any statement by Eisenhower similar to that reported by Mr. Ronning. It would be unlikely that Canada would have had that much influence on the U.S., he added. 3269 Tnird Ave. S lelhfaridge 100 Copies plus lax ized by the government. Persona Care then was form- ed by a group of businessmen headed by Calgary lawyer Jack King and was given the contract for the Calgary hostel. The Social Credit government called for the proposals after receiving complaints of mis- treatment of guests at the Ed- monton hostel. A judicial inquiry later threw out most of the complaint; against the hostel. A UGHTGRAPE WINE WITH TROPICAL FRUIT FLAVOURS Aibcrla girl released in Belgium MONS, Belgium (CF-AF) One Canadian who was detain- ed by police here in connection with'a drug investigation later was released. Five others were charged, the investigating mag- istrate said. The magistral? said police had released Chrisline Borlin-1 ski. 19. of Edmonton. He said I the girl V.T.S released because there was no evidence of her carrying or using drugs. Charged in the case were Ber- tram! Dale, 27, of Toronto. Delia Burford. 25. and Frances Bea- gle, both of Edmonton, Yves Rrunell. 21. of Montreal, and Fulton Atkins. 26, of North Sur- rey, B.C. Also charged was I Man- Pelsrey, 26, of the United States. Horses collide a I raceway SYDNEY. Australia (Renter) Two race horses were killed here when they collided in front of the grandstand at Sydney's Kandwick Raceway. A third horse was brought down in the crash, but all three jockeys es- j eaped serious injury after being unseated 20 yards from the j winning post. j DIKS CRASH Form- er U.S. Commissioner of Ed- ucation James K. Allen Jr. mid his wife werr among 10 persons kiilod in (he crash of .1 twin cngincd ,-i ir I ;uic about 411 miles north nl Pencil Springs, Ariz. Mbu're milesahead afc STORES "TOWN COUNTRY" W.T. RETREAD SNOW TIRES can rcplaet f Blackwdll vriiluelreadable trade-in. INSTALLED For rnany models of FOWCHEV. 1WMOVTH PONTIAC 7o team how great this barnain is, just listen to this! These Retreads arc backed by the same NO-GIMMICK GUARANTEE that stands behind our brand new tires' There's no time limit. No mileage, limit. No double talk. Tires will ba replaced FREE within the first 20% of tread life if a defect in workmanship or material occurs. 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