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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIUCE HERALD Thursday, Soplnmber SLAIN Mrs. Ircli Konl-nrmanis, 21. of Scarborough, OnL, near Toronto, was aji-parcnlly stabbed in the throat by a burglar ivho broke into her bedroom in NEW York City. Mrs. Konl a r 111 a n i s. mother of three children, was in New York with her Stolt a former transit cashier told a public inquiry Wednesday-James Arthur Nicholson was testifying under the Canada ajid Alherta Evidence acts 'Coffee Jl .means his evidence cannot be used against him in criminal proceedings, except perjury. He fold Mr. Justice W. G. Morrow, commissioner of an inquiry info possible misconduct by city officials, [he amounts taken ranged from 50 cents to 512 daily. In later testimony, he said security at the cashier's department in city hall was loose and he suspected funds were also being stolen there. It was known at the transit system, he said, that gasoline, anti freeze and spare parts could be bought at reduced prices from the transit garage. Mr. Nicholson, now living in Edmonton, told the second day of hearings there were a number of security weaknesses in the handling cf revenues from city transit buses. He was dismissed from the transit system in 14 years after joining the organization as a bus driver. He was promoted to various jobs until he became transit cashier. Under examination, he said he knew of a case where a man was caught taking cash while counting receipts and was dismissed without charges being laid. Bus drivers talked openly at (he transit canteen of obtaining coffee money, Mr. Nicholson said. They discussed a number of methods and places where bus drivers gathered to obtain money "compliments of the transit Car Sales Will Level Off TORONTO (CP) Import penetration of the Canadian auto market will stop at 25 per cent of total sales, the president of Toyota Motor Co. Ltd. of Japan predicts. Eiji Toyoda told a news conference that sales of imported automobiles will level off because the consumer will show a preference for larger North American models. The Toyota president said his firm is uncertain over expansion plans at an assembly plant at Sydney, N.S. The Japanese company holds 10 per cent of the import market in the United States and I Program EDMONTON (CP) An exchange program between French- and English-speaking teachers in Canada will be terminated because many Quebec teachers prefer to work in France or Africa, the Canadian Education Association announced Wednesday. The program had been financed on a per capita basis by the 10 provinces. Applications for teacher exchanges decreased to 33 for 1970-71 from 102 in 1967-60 and ;he association said it "seemed liardly reasonable" to continue financing the Canada-wide program. The decision to terminate the program at the end of the 1970-71 school year was announced by F. K. Stewart, executive secretary, at the CEA's annual convention. Twenty-six French- ana Dropped lish-speaking teachers will be exchanged this year: 13 from Quebec, five from Alberta three each from British Columbia and Manitoba and one each from New Brunswick ami Prince Edward Island. A regular teacher exchange program sponsored by the association is to continue. Fifty-five Canadian teachers will po to Britain and three to the United States. Dr CALGARY (CP) A quarter of the bus drivers employed by Hie Calgary Transit Syslem between and 1969 stole their "coffee money" from fare H EDMONTON (CP) in a class with television make more progress than students in a class without it, Larry T. Shorter, director ot communications for the Alberta depart m e n t of education says. He told delegates lo the Canadian Association of School Superintendents and Inspectors a study to measure the educational difference between television instruction and ordinary instruction showed students in TV classes generally doubled gains of normal ps Students Mr. Shorter said Alberta had gone scale into the opera-lion of a video tape dubbing centn.1-The province this year was spending ot produce programs, procure programs, and purchase the video tape rights of educational film, he said. Mr. Shorter said by the end of the year, 80 per cent of high schools and 50 per cent of junior high schools in the province are expected to have video tape IN WORLD Budapest, Hungary, was the first city in the world to build a streetcar system underground. 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