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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, February 9, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Family Living Abortion subject of meet VANCOUVER (CP) Shar- on I-Iagcr, executive secretary of the British Columbia Wo- men's Abortion Law Repeal Co- alition, said that a meeting will be held In Winnipeg March II! and 19 to unite abortion reform groups across the country. The announcement was made following a meeting or various British Columbia groups which favor liberalization of abortion laws. Grace Maclnnis, New Demo- cratic Party member of parlia- ment for Vancouver Kingsway said a recent decision in On- tario in which an injunction was granted halting an abortion there because of the protest of a husband, "sets a precedent whereby any husband, wlietbcr a drunkard, mentally ill or whatever, could force his wife to bear children against her will." She called on the federal gov- ernment to appeal the injunc- tion. The Homemuker By ELIZABETH BARTMAN District Home Economist Price of sugar is going up, up, UP! Food and nutrition specialist, AJleen Whitmorc with the Al- berta Department of Agricul- ture explains the situation this way: Sugar is sold on a pro- tected market, e.g. the price of sugar in Edmonton is Hie same as the price of sugar in_ Van- couver. The price varies here as the price varies on the world market. During the 1971 72 crop year there was a deficit, therefore, we have been digging into world reserves, combined with this the Soviet Union has been buying as much as tons per day on [he world market. Prices as high