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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Hi. icmPCIfiOf. Ml-KALD Tuesday. November 2, juvlor cr ideal ice increase p, but this would ill-appear with tali', ill'1 establishment of compul n1 niniur MII'V insurance next April. "-hot t'liaigiiiR fur a licence exam inalion uould be a s''.'i> back and would have many romphcalions and ramifii-a iMill-l I'1' linns, -aid Mr T.T, I'M. ia'ik- ridiculous 'nhu.nil INl'VIK. VWT. claim-' When you live in H'-' north fur "i'i li.v.o I" iv-nccl an early Kul Ihiivjs gel- i a little ridiculi'Ms ID ilus cfi-nmiiiniy near lii" A rein: IKK; nmuiNKn Sadie n Labrador retriever hclini, iiu' In the Cliiirles TlinrliiT laniily nf 'ti'l'ri' Calif. inn-Hi nf San Frandscn, lias lircn onlainc.l as a iniiiMor nf the faith Ir.r Ibinse rlllilTli ill liuf'ii'l. Her name and Jl.'i submit- ted hy the lietter liiisinoss n( San Fi anrisi'O llrrmmli ailvi-r- liM-lKi'lll anil liy relurn mail, Srnlir r'H'i'iml lirr mm litiralr of f.-i Rur.jici 'I'i-.e weather v II inches "i -now il nn the town in t'ctnhor. inches 01 Uiis tv.o -.lavs. The October riuTage is indie.-; Total snowfall tin- .-cason. K.isjgin including inches which fell y in SopteirihiT. is 4-t.L1 is Faun loans program announced i I DMONTON (CD More EUiiriintecd fiiriu loans for the of female cattle ami sheep breeding stoi'k have been i annoiuiced by Agriculture Min- i isler HiiKh lionier. The government Impos the loans will enable fanners in spiufiecl central and northern areas of Alberta lo start or add tn existing livestock enter- prises. Dr. Ilorner said. Farmers eligible for the loan may obtain funds to cover hcil- 'crs'they already own. It would enable "t h e m to make other i payments without having tn liq- I uidate breeding stock. I The loans will be guaranteed j to a maximum of Sio.wn for in- flividuals or SIR.nw for parlner- I ships or corporations al an in- I tercsl rate not to exceed one per rent a year over Ihe prime lending rate, Farmers will be f expected to put up at least 10 per cent of the cos l of Ihe I breeding stock The cattle loans have been available to cover the counties of Lac Ste. Anne. Han-head, Smoky Lake, Thorliild. Alha- 1 basca and St. Paul as well as the municipal districts of West- lock and BonnyvUle and Im- provement Districts 10. and HI. Loans for sheep be available across the entire province.. slowed at new university following government freeze C? O CALGARY (CP) A govern-1 ment decision hull inn (ivsical. planning for Ihe province's fourth university won't slop ar lion's capital works program Conservative I of thai study, lie said. in I lie works TO, AVIV i.M'' A Na tional liaslanl Day is being pre-1 pared by Israeli anti-clericalists tc their struggle against what they term reli-1 gious coercion. The event is scheduled for Nov. 9. The title of National Bastard Day was chosen in honor of; Jews born out of wedlock who are unable lo marry hi Israel. because of the stale rabbinate's j monopoly on marriage. The Dible Fays j Hebrew for be regarded as Jews. Therefore j the rabbinate refuse to allow] memzerim to marry, and they ,-iro forced lo wed outride. Israel. Even tlien. the marriage is: not recosnizei' in l-rnel. and the children may I aiso be classified as illcgiti- ir.ate. ehitecls work on buililing inter-. iukling Ihe goycrnmcnrs iors, Dr. T. C. Byrne, presi-[ view of Ihe project could mi dent of the proposed university, university will open said Monday. i schedule, be delayed or be can-1 commitm c n t E and the review The cabinet's capital develop-1 I involving Athabasca is one part men! committee made Ihe lie-: cisinn on Athabasca University in St. Albert, then Us order In Ihe Alberta Universities Com- mission. 1 "The Alberta t'nlu'rsi ties Commission has direcled us to have our architects .-lop physi- cal planning but not In stop j drawings on individual build-1 ing Dr. liyrno said. "There is movement bin not as mud) movement as there j was before Uie freeze." j I.KSSF.NS Dr. liyrne taul a sewage dis- posal at the- Athabasca site 10 miles northwest of Edmonton will cost money to solve, ''but the land is not expensive." The insti'.ution was scheduled to open for the 1973-74 academic year but Dr. Byrne said the slowdown in university enrol- ments has lessened the need lo meet the target date. "It is not imperative that we open in said Dr. Byrne, j 21-hour coin-is would aid poor CHOLERA KILLS TWO LISBON (API Portuguese health authorities said here they had recorded cases of cholera since the disease first broke out in the Lisbon area -in days ago. Official reports say two persons have died of the disease in the last month. OTTAWA CP i Couvls F-lvj-.ild be open 2-1 hours a day ir order to avoid undue hard- ship for the poor. Chef Justice F.mmell Hall of the Supreme Court of Canada told a confer- ence en law and pover'y. Such a system allow people to go to cnurt after. working hours and keep them l from losing wages, he told the conference A resolution arising from the conference called for a restruc- turing of the Canadian legal svstenT so that it might more properly respond to the needs of paor people. MANY ML'SLf MS More than 900 museums art galleries are open to the public in Britain. livery every evening Sunday. iluriiiii'KR and Sale continues until November 13th. Deluxe Fim Q_.....________ No-'-' you can odd Ihe natural beauty and warmth of 1 ,-icb mahogany wall panels as a practical price. These 1 n --J I i a. M iv. 5 HSsMPSONo Beaver Days Solo, 4' x 8' sheets sparkle to your kitchen or bathroom with CERAMIC WAIL TILE ier i n Beaver Days Sale, per sq. ft............. Lj RE-DO CEILINGS WITH D VMH11V nfs L-J 64 sq. ft. per carton. Full cartons only ai sale price. I j 5y4c p Beaver Days Sale KRAUS "THRIFTY" CARPET .19 CITATION WOODGRAIN HARDBOARD y.ur r.jmo-J'. or ony frnlurc P-; r'T pet-- Spruce Sheathing Plywood Fibreglas Insulation nnd -.-.aik of your garngp. Got ior v.Mnicr and your t.i-'j slornge si-.-.-v. buildings. no'" P7Ur i, roll, n D 1.89 Asphalt Shingles Zonolite Attic Fill Insulation il- the cosiiM lo D n n We Pledge Satisfaction'r 1707 3rd Ave. S. 8 a.m. to p.m. Phone 328'4461 Monday Thru Saturday [J >1 p'.'.1 j LI US! m Rog. Born up calories and build up Cycle has a timer, speedometer and odcmole., ten- sion adjuster. Instructions included. Beauty and Health Reg. S3.98 Genuine Icathsi Hfs by Cooper for razor and accessories. Small enough lo pack in a suit- cose for travelling. Beauty and Health Reg. lo In a variety of sty'es and colors. Keep your hands warm and in style all winter long. Ladies' Accessories Ladies' Terry Cli Reg, Snug, warm, comfortable, these lorry slip- pers are the ideal thing for cold winter mornings. Blue, pink or white. Ladies' Accessories Ladies' Bud'jel Dresses Rsg. catalogue priced to Go everywhere fashion dresses in fabulous styles and carefree fabrics. Sizes S.M t. ladies' Dresses Men's Thermal Underwear Rog. Heavyweight combinations of stretch ontron, 50% nylon reinforced cotlon. One size, long sleeves. Men's Furnishings Ladies" Knil Tunic Top Reg. 53.93........... printed nylon knil pont lop is wos and perma-presl. Assorted prints in S.M.L Ladies' Ceramic -Sel 2. Rog. Set of 4 colorful ceramic mugs, tastefully boxed for gift giving. Assorted colors. China Dept. iuiT Caps Reg. Nylon cops aro chamois lined and colored orange for safety v.'hilc bunting. 673 to Sporting I'Calher Pillows 2 c) 98 for J e J O Combmotion oi floral striped cc oose feather n inj] Corded ltling and linen Kenmorr Kleelric Healer Ren. 1320 won heotnr is 15x12x5'. Automatic lip-over twitch shuts off if knocked over. Small Appliances I'ine "Free Ski Seeks 99c Rerj. Heavy weight lor added warmlh. blend ski socks. Assorted styles and colors to choose from. Sporting Goods Ii-Cup Eleelrie. I'erc 7 Reg. Coffee OuicHc has n polished aluminum finish, and detachable cord. Ideal (or stu- dents or for travelling Small Appliances I'Vuil Cake 9, 9.9, Reg. 52.49 Old fnshioned goodness is bokod into this rich fruit cake. Serve il on all occasions. Candy Dept. Thermo tnsiiiatod Sot1 61 Reg. 9 The ideal lhin-i for sportsmen, shirrs, ers and delivery men. Washable and drying. Sizes S.M.I.XL, Sporting Goods s Fealber Pillows 2 for Reg. S4.98 Chicken, duck and goose foot her- blended pillows have corded edges for extra strength. Feather-proof ticking. Bedding cind linen Beverape Reg. 19c eci....... 'VJr for Smoke shaded tumbles ideal for gill (jiv- ing or as handy extras. Housewtires Snowballs Key. 89t II) Ih. Rich cream centres covered wilh chocolate and rolled in coconut. Candy Dept. MORE HOURS Open Daily 9 n m. In p nv Wrtli P n.m. lo p m. Thursday nml Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Villaae. Telephone 32B-9S3I ;