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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Under the dome By THE CANADIAN PRESS Law faculty definite Establishment of a law faniltv at the University of is a major undertak- ing that will require many months to romplete. says Ad- vanrpfl Education Minister drn Foster VI r Foster said the s proposal to set up law school is not going tr. happen overnight if ex- fflU-nff is to he our goal Mr saifj there is no question the law school would be es- tablished on the Calgary cam- pus hut the time and manner -.till hris to he resolved Vendor break check The Alberta government made no decision on in- filling breath analysis machines in liquor outlets to drinkers to (heck their blood alcohol content before Anting into their vehicles, the Legislature has been told Solicitor-General Helen flunlev was replying to Ralph 'Sf Sedgewick- oronation i Hiinlf-v promised a answer and then advis- the government had made a study of the cost involved but not worked out a firm fiolir v Thursday, October THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Horner blasts Hutterite bill Sky lab emblem No training needed The Alberta government no intention of making hunters take compulsory training courses before lirenres are issued, says Lands and Forest Minister Mian Mr Warrafk replying to or don Taylor 'Sf said the government wants a lot more Savings in delay The delay encountered by many Albertans in having the Housing Corporation approve mortgage applications has saved -them considerable money in hous- ing costs. Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell has told the Legislature Mr Russell, replying to inciteation from the public and VII, about attitucies before it would even consider such a move The minister said he was considering compulsory tests for hunters convicted of violating provincial hunting law-, but is moving slowly in this area because of concern about questions of freedom Rule reform change A report on the reform of Legislature rules has been returned to MLAs minus the 40-hour closure rule that had aroused opposition protests. However, the opposition which argued against what it called the "guillotine rule" on debate of government spending estimates, found the new rules package no longer contained provision for a special opposition session in the Legislature on Thursday afternoons. The seven-man, two-party rules committee tabled its amended report after working during the weekend to see what changes could be salvag- ed out of the furore last week over the guillotine rule When the initial report was released. Bob Clark, Social Credit House leader, accused the government of attempting to muzzle MLAs through a time limit on debate of the an- nual spending estimates con- tained in the budget GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Lethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Banff Calgary Victoria Penticton Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina Winnipeg Toronto..... Ottawa...... Montreal St John's Halifax Charlottetown Fredericton Miami..... Los Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix 09 44 22 High Low Pre 57 38 ....55 38 .63 35 38 32 .46 48 34 60 33 ...52 47 56 49 39 32 .22 60 38 ..52 43 44 38 43 37 ..55 35 65 39 61 36 57 38 48 32 ..56 39 ..51 31 54 39 85 65 -.77 55 ..75 46 ..87 55 .08 FORECAST: Lethbridge-Medicine Hat- Calgary Today and Friday mostly sunny. Brisk west winds. Highs both days 50-55 Lows about 35. Columbia Kootenay Region Today: Mostly cloudy and a few showers. Tonight: Clear periods Lows 35 to 40. Friday Mostly cloudy Highs both days 45 to 50 MONTANA East of Continental Variable cloudiness with few showers mostly mountains today Partly cloudy tonight and Friday. Windy along the east slopes of Rockies both days. Little temperature change. Highs both days 55 to 65. Lows tonight 35 to 45. West of Continental Divide Decreasing cloudiness to- day with tew showers mostly mountain areas early today. Partly cloudy tonight Increasing cloudiness late Friday Highs both days 50s. Lows tonight 30s and low 40s Linden Trailer TheTOUGHEST 5th WHEEL TRAILER on the market today! see it now at... GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttt Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Kort Macluod is in progress All remaining highways are in pood driving condition. Highway I reported bare and drv Wide mil! 3 east of PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Carway V a.m. to 10 p.m.; Chief Mountain closed; Coutts 24 hours; Del Bonita 9am to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Wild Horse8a.m. to5p.m., RoosevilleSa m to midnight. Logan Pass open The official emblem for the third manned Skylab mission, scheduled to blast-off Nov. 10, carries the names of astronauts Gerald Carr, Edward Gibson and William Pogue, the three who will travel on the trip, and symbols representing the three major areas of investigation on the mission: a hydrogen atom for the sun experiment; a tree for the study of Earth resources, a human silhouette for the human capacity to direct technology. Rainbow indicates mission's promise. OTTAWA (CP) A govern- ment bill to exempt Alberta's Huttentes and other religious groups from contributing to the Canada Pension Plan could turn their communities into ghettos, Jack Horner told the Com- mons Wednesday. The bill would give the gov- ernment power to exempt Hutterites, Mennonites and other sects whose teachings oppose pension plans and which can maintain their general level of living stan- dards without the Canada Pension Plan. Mr. Horner resumed his campaign against the bill with an amendment requiring such groups to maintain a "Cana- dian standard" of living to qualify for exemption His campaign drew support from only one other member. Stan Schumacher and was later defeated on a voice vote. Also rejected were several related changes proposed by Mr. Horner. He said the Hut- terites about in live in "a meagre and the bill would permit them to main- tain a way of life dating from the 1500's. AT A DISADVANTAGE Hutterite children will be handicapped if they try to enter society from such a low living standard, Mr Horner said They would be locked into the Hutterite community without the personal security of a pension The Hutterites, who live communcally and grow most of their own food, farm about one million acres in Alberta, Mr. Horner said Wednesday. Some Alberta communities have complained that Hutterites are buying more land without paying much into local communities. Commons Speaker Lucien Lamoureux indicated that two other Horner amendments were out of order. Both would have required religious groups to show that their members hold insurance equal in value to Canada Pen- sion Plan benefit payments DEFEAT BILL'S PURPOSE They would in effect kill the purpose of the bill, which has been requested by Hutterites and Mennonites Another of the defeated amendments would have al- tered the penalty employers must pay for delinquent pen- sion contributions. Ludwig (SC -Calgary- Mountain Viewi. said when the federal government without consulting the provinces raised interest rates earlier in the summer. the Mberta corporation held its interest rates at 8-; per cent and this attracted a flood of applications Skating champion invested OTTAWA (CP) Figure- skater Karen Magnussen and former newspaper editor Win- nie Hill were among 54 per- sons invested into the Order of Canada at a Government House ceremony Wednesday. Miss Magnussen of Van- couver won a silver medal at the 1972 Winter Olympics and three gold medals in 1972 world skating competition at Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. She was invested as an offi- second-highest of the order Miss Hill, who retired as managing editor of The Niagara Falls Review after 51 years with the newspaper, was invested as a member of the lowest of the three ranks Five persons received enamel crosses as com- panions of the order, among them George Davidson, former president of the CBC. experimental film maker Norman McLaren and J. J. Robinette, solicitor for The Canadian Press and the Cana- dian Daily Newspaper Publishers Association for more than 25 years. L. T. (Vern) Pollard R. (Bob) Botham ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION APPOINTMENTS Two major staff ap- pointments concerning the new town of Fort McMurray have been made by James R. Landsky, President of the Alberta Housing Corporation L T. (Vern) Pollard has been named Manag ing Director for the Al- berta Housing Corpor ation m Fort McMurray. He will be responsible for all Alberta Housing Corporation activity in the town with respect to land assembly and development projects. R. (Bob) Botham will be responsible for the day to day operations of the Alberta Housing Corporation in Fort Mc- Murray, where he will soon take up residence with his family. I Building A Better Alberta Sip the light fantastic Andres Baby Champagne is a whole new thing in wine Light Bright And bursting with tiny bubbles With a cool.hngly taste that will really fickle your fancy laste Andres Baby Champagne It will come as a beautiful surprise And it'll make whatever's happening, happier. rsday Thu LETHBRIDG WESTWINDS ALEC HOTEL UIE5TH1CHOU5E Westinghouse WASHER 'Two agitators- one for regular loads and one tor delicate fabrics and tiny loads Wash" agitator nests beneath regular agitator, lets you safely machine wash delicate lingerie and knits 'Double wash action centre agitator rotating ribbed tub 'Double-action rinsing system, power spray plus deep agitation rinse to remove all suds and soil filtering system gives 3 or more com- plete water filterings for better removal of lint Saver" allows you to fill to the right level for any load from 4 to 18 Ibs. 'Heavy duty transmission, motor, pump and sus- pension Extra Value Sale, only FREE BONUS with Laundromat Hand Wash Agitator Usually an extra-cost item, it's free during this sale only. Ends hand washing forever Safely machine washes lingerie, cashmeres, etc. Nests out of way beneath regular agitator. Westinghouse DRYER 'Two drying programs on timer Timed Dry and Auto Dry 'Auto Dry cycle uses accurate sensor to measure drying, shut off cycle when clothes reach either fully dry or damp dry ready for ironing gives excellent results with permanent press and knit garments 16" diameter opening to ease loading and unloading start button and door switch interior light. Cross Vanes give more even drying help prevent small loads from sticking to tub walls duty drive motor, suspension and basket lint filter screen improves lint removal Extra Value Sale, only FREE BONUS with Dryer Non-tumbling drying rack. Usually an extra- cost option, free for this Sale only. Dries sneakers, shoes, buckled belts, etc. quietly without tumbling. Removable. nohang-ups with an electric washer Buy The Pair Only '499 Colored Exln (Etch) Cndit Plan Availabltl 326-5th Street S. Open Till 9 p.m. Thurt. and Fri. Nlghtal Phone 327-8578 ;