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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta KMCASTWOH The Uthbridgc Herald VOL. LX11I No. 103 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1970 PIKE NOT OVOI It CENTS TWO SECT CHKK' TROUBU-Looklng over flight plan procedure !n Mission Control, Manned Spacecraft Houston, after Apollo 13. developed fuel cell trouble are: Donald K. Slay- ton, left seated. Director of Apollo flight crews and 'jack right.seated, capsule com- municator. Standing at left is Tho.nas K. Matting- ly, was scheduled to be command module pilot on the flight. Other man is uniden- tified- Y Controversial on Locked Out Spacemen Battle For Survival By STUART LAKE OTTAWA (CP) A government bin banning tele Iteratore1 and.establishing five-year prison sentences tor advocating or promoting genocide'got third read- ag before a half -filled Commons. Monday night, Only :134 of 362 MPs stood be counted on the proposed legislation which opponents said-.would' abridge free.speech and do nothing to protect mi- nority groups in Canada....... Tbe bill now 'goes to the Senate. A simlar bill ww passed by p senators. in the last Parliament but died on the Commons.order paper at dissolution October. After the vote, the Commons went into jecond reading of a govenment measure designed to com- pete more efficWely in the world grain market Debate continues- on' that bintoday. ,_ Seven Conservatives and eight NDP members join- ed 74 Liberals in voting for the hate literature bill. It was opposed by 36 Conservatives, five Creditistes, two Liberals and two NDP members. Eldon WpoUiams (PC Calgary who led party's opposition to the bill, called it "a legal awnstfosity.'! He said it was because it in- fringed free speech' contrary to the 1960 Bill of Bights. The bill also presuined a man guilty and made him prove his innocence. "We would never have got children out of mines. and factories, we would never have got unions form- ed nor achieved dignity for labor. Groups that have been separated by color, or religion would never have the freedom they now enjoy in Canada if. someone had not incited Mr. Wooiliams said. Schumacher (PC Palliser) said Canadians are not "bent on self-destruction." "Tbe Canadian people want to build, to create and better themselves and their he said. Don MiiankowskUPC VegreviUe) said any na- tion that stifles dissent has no future. "With a name like Mazankowski, I know what it b to be teased and to be called names. But dis- crimination is' no basis upon which to stifle freedom of he said. Pat Mahoney ture, was shut down etectri-. caUy. Emergency batteries and oxygen supplies were available to take the only vehi- cle that can carry the men home, through the ztujosphere. knar modole which be- came the astronauts' lifeboat, was providing critical1, power, oxygen, water and other life support. But its supplies were dropping and the. astronauts were operating on minimum're-