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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE October Stanfield wants polls banned TORONTO (CP) Robert Stanfield, suggesting that a bandwagon effect propelled the Liberals to a majority vic- tory July 8, called Friday for a ban on public opinion polls during election cam- paigns. The Progressive Conservative leader, in a speech prepared for a party youth federation meeting, said the outcome of the election appeared to produce even greater support for the Liberals. Subse- quent polls showed Liberal popularity above what it was on election day. "This raises a vital question. If election results can produce a bandwagon effect, could not polls themselves, published dur- ing a campaign, produce a bandwagon Mr. Stanfield said his comments should not be taken as sour grapes. There is enough doubt about the effect of polls to warrant initiative, he said. Trans-Canada road closed VICTORIA (CP) Highways department of- ficials Friday imposed a se- cond daily closure on the Fraser Canyon stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway. The new closure, from p.m. to 4 p.m., went into effect in a bid to speed up scal- ing of the cliff base above Hell's Gate. Come See Us... Come See Opens This Thurs. Oct. 10 thru Sun. Oct. 13 The Premier Event in the Beautiful new Canada Games SPORTSPLEX 7 Spectacular Performances STIRRING WORLD CHAMPION KAREN MAGNUSSEN 4 NIGHTS: Thurs., Fri., Sat, at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 6 p.m. t 3 MATINEES: Sat. 12 noon Sat. 4 p.m. Sun. 2 p.m. PRICES: Youths 16 under 00 Off All tickets at performances, Thurs. 8 p.m., Sa't. 12 noon Sat. 4 p.m. and Sun 6pm ICETAPADB The Most Incredible Ice Experience Everl... Starring Karen Canada's World Champion and a brilliant cast of Internationally acclaimed skaters. Featuring World Famous medalists America's top talented precision ballet. The Royalty of Ice Comics and Europe's peak performers in surprising novelty acts The greatest family entertainment money can buy1 Ticket Information Ticket Reservations Phone 329-4737 BOX OFFICES at Canada Games Sportsplex Mon. thru Sat., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fri. till 9 p.m.) and EATON'S (Credit Dept.) Regular Charge Ice Capades Tickets on Your Eaton's Charge Acct. w 5? d? <-xZ-. 416-13th Street North Tomorrow's Treasure. a Family Portrait! Quality family or individual portraits you receive Four 4x5 Portraits and one 8 x 10 Portrait All in Color... and all for only 1750 In Addition: Until November 30th, 1974 you can order a 16 x 20 COLOR PRINT Regular Price S O C FOR ONLY The perfect Gift for the family, wherever they are! We are Leth bridge's NEWEST Canadian Family Record Plan STUDIO FRP Customers Welcome! Please call us! Phone 327-7449 Open Tuesday to Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m. Closed Mondays. NEW LAW FACULTY READY BY 1976 EDMONTON (CP) A law faculty at the University of Calgary will be in operation by the fall of 1976, Advanced Education Minister Jim Foster said Friday. Mr. Foster, in a news release, said the "long-debated faculty previously rejected by the universities commis- sion "will offer an interdisciplinary approach different from that of existing programs. "Primary benefits of the proposed interdisciplinary law program relate to supplying quality legal services responsi- ble to a variety of social needs beyond conventional law prac- tice." Mr. Foster said graduates should emerge with additional training to allow them to provide preventive counsel design- ed to reduce conflicts with the legal system and increase both the individual's and the system's "responsiveness to social change." The Calgary bar association has raised pledges of 000 for a law library and the City of Calgary has agreed to contribute an equal sum, Mr. Foster said, adding that the province will match the combined amount with a grant "In addition... the provincial government has allocated a operating grant to be transferred to the university's 1974-75 institutional budget and prospective and conditional grants for the next four years totalling and respectively." West highway ministers charge discrimination BANFF (CP) A call for a meeting of all ministers responsible for transportation in western Canada to discuss discrimination emerged Fri- day after Highways, ministers from the four Western provinces ended a two-day meeting Friday. The ministers, in a prepared statement, said the meeting should discuss dis- criminatory transportation policies of the federal government" which restrict economic and social de- velopment in the West and re- view the "options available to western Canada in view of this inequity." The four ministers also call- ed for the incorporation of financial commitments related directly to program objectives and specific provin- cial needs in agreements between the provinces and Ot- tawa. They said these com- mitments should include methods for adjustments in view of changing circum- stances. "Previous joint programs tend to be financed and re- stricted by fixed dollar alloca- tions not necessarily related to the objectives and schedules of the the statement said. Clarence Copithorne of Al- berta was chairman of the conference attended by Saskatchewan Highways Minister Eiling Kramer, Manitoba's Peter Burtniak, and British Columbia's Graham Lea. As well, they called for an education program to encour- age seat belt use and referred the question of compulsory seat belt use to a conference of motor vehicle branch ad- ministrators scheduled for Winnipeg Oct. 17-18. The next joint meeting of the western highways ministers will be held at Vic- toria in 1975. CRASH CLAIMS SIX AUSTIN. Minn. (AP) A Rockford, 111, minister and five members of his congrega- tion were killed Wednesday when their twin-engine air- plane exploded and fell into a cornfield 12 miles northwest of Austin FARMERS RANCHERS TOURS AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, ORIENT DEPARTURES COMMENCING IN EARLY JAN. THOMAS 309-SStS- World Travel Service Over 500 Offices To Serve You PhOfM 329-3336 Instruction __ Specialized Courses in Kurig Chuk nake Spear (ahdrrftore) more Information call f i 9 Orr Karate Kung Fu Studios 258A -130) SL North 328-1241 Doctor loses three abortion defences OTTAWA (CP) Dr. Henry Morgentaler was stripped of three of his defences against a conviction that he performed an illegal abortion Friday when the Supreme Court of Canada de- clared the 1969 abortion laws as constitutional and not contrary to the Canadian Bill of Rights. The Montreal doctor, how- ever, can still succeed in ef- forts to wipe out his convic- tion if the high court accepts other defences put to the nine judges. One of these defences is the abortion he admitted performing in August, 1973, was necessary for the health of the mother. In a surprise move Friday, the Supreme Court, after hearing all of the arguments by the Morgentaler lawyers, adjourned for about five minutes. When it returned Chief Justice Bora Laskin said: "We are all of the opinion that no case has been made out on the constitutionality of section 251 (the abortion sec- tion) of the Criminal Code and the Bill of Rights." Speaking for the full court, the chief justice also dismiss- ed arguments that Quebec Justice Minister Jerome Cho- quette acted improperly in making the charges against Dr. Morgentaler. Chief defence lawyer Claude Sheppard said he remained confident that the court will accept other arguments he has advanced over the last two days and that Dr Morgentaler will be ac- quitted. He faces an 18-month jail sentence if" his conviction stands. THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY CHORUS Director: MR. WALTER GOERTZEN Rehearsals for the February concert will commence in Mid-October at the music auditorium of The Winston Churchill High School on 15th Avenue North. New Members, men and women, are urgent- ly needed, and we invite all interested persons to arrange for compulsory auditions by telephoning the Director at 345-3901. Substantial scholarships are offered by The Lethbridge Symphony Association to singers who join the chorus age 28 years and under, to assist them in defraying the cost of voice lessons with a qualified teacher. For further information telephone the chorus Director. The Executive WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK AT The University Of Lethbridge Monday, October 7 Opening U of L Art Gallery Silk Screen Print Exhibit "New Prints from the Screen Shop" Sundays, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Until October 31 Tuesday, October 8 "Whiteout" Poetry Readings by Frances Isaacson Janice Helland C505, Academic Residence Bldg. p.m. Wednesday, October 9 The Point of the Stick" A Film featuring Adrian Boult and the London Symphony Orchestra with commentary by Prof. Lucien Needham E690, Academic Residence Bldg., p.m. For further information on any of the above, contact Information Services at 329-2582. A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 805SfhAVE.S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 ;