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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Tuesday, November 21, 1972 Wedding rumpus Hares up JERUSALEM f Al'1 A con-! ncrs and laken in custody by trcversy over HIP weddings of i police. two young Israelis who had] Many Israelis praised the rul- ing lo reverse the status of two bi-en considered oincasls people, biit aflcasl one cording In Jewish law flared up bi Uiodox seel said it would no again lixlay as four youths at-1 longer recognize Ihe rulings of tacked Israel's chief rabbi. Rabbi Goren or Ihe official rab- Halibi Slilomo Goren. who had i binale. secretly convened a Liberal re- The case of llanoch and Mi- ligious court .Sunday lo approve rism Langer, brother and sis- tne weddings, was attacked hy I tor, became a cause celebre four youths described as reli- after rabbis barred them from gious students a? he marched in marrying their fiancees. Non- a funeral procession. religious Israelis argued that The slate radio said the I marriage and divorce should be 3'ouths were held off by mour-1 taken out of the exclusive hands of Ihe religious establishment and turned over to the state. The Langers were declared il- legilimale because their mother ivas not dirorcTcl from firsl husband according (o strict reli- gious law. be married in a religious ceremony, and in Is- racl only religious weddings are Ic-pal. i The religious court over- turned the earlier ruling on evi- dence (he mother's first mar- riage was not according to reli- gious law and therefore never happened. Who invented the Moscow Mule? The Vodka that leaves you breathless. New immigrant rules attacked LONDON CHeuter) The BriLisli government was at- tacked in Hie House o[ Com- mons Motulny over new immi- gration rules wliich, in cffecl, give immigrants from Ihe Eu- ropean Common Market prior- ity in certain cases over immi- grants from the Com- monwealth. During sometimes healed ex- changes, Julian Amery, the depuly [oreign secretary, de- clared: "There is nothing in the new immigration rules to make it more difficult for Australians, New Zealanders or Canadians to come here or to make them less welcome." His statement way mci with crjes of disbelief from critics in both the Labor Opposition and the governing Conservative parly. The immigration rules, due tc come into force Jail. 1 when Britain becomes a full member of the Common Market, allow unrestricted entry to [his coun- try of citizens from the Eu- ropean Economic Community wanting lo work here. This right lo unimpeded ac- cess also will be afforded to any Commonwealth citizen whose mother or father was born in Britain. But others, apart from those admitted under special entry schemes, such as British Asians from East Africa, will need work permits. They only will be allowed into Britain initially for a maximum of ]2 months to do a specific job in a particular area. Tliis distinction has led to widespread charges that Com- monwealth citizens with tics of kinsliip and wartime duty were being made lo take second place to citizens from the Com- mon Market point of view rejected by Amery. Refusing to accept the idea that future Commonwealth im- migrants would be regarded as aliens, he told Parliament Lbeso people might find work permits easier to get than tha previous employment vouchers and that ordinary visitors and holiday- makers would not be affected by the new rules. Ex-governor goes lo jail DACCA, Bangladesh (AP) A Dacca court today convicted Dr. A. M. Malik, the last gover- nor of East Pakistan, of waging war against Bangladesh and sentenced him to prison for Tile. He could have heen sentenced to death. DISRUPTS LAW Nathan Canapathi, a year old University of British Colum- bia law student, decided to light a speeding ticket and convinced Provincial Court Judge Douglas Hume that D.C.'s demerit system is un- constitutional. 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