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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mark anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Biegun of Coleman mark their golden wedding anniversary at a family supper. Born in they were married at Coleman Nov. 1923. They have three Joseph Biegun of Coleman and Mrs. Peter Hucik of Lundbreck and Mrs. Louise DeLuca of and 10 grand- children and two great grandchildren. Ann Landers Dear Ann Come out of the for Lord's and get down with us humans I am sick to death of your holier-than-thou attitude toward woman whose husbands give them a well- deserved belt in the mouth Don't you know that a man can be pushed to the brink and something's got to give' A crack in the teeth can be a wonderful tension-breaker It's also a lot healthier than keeping all that anger bottled My husband hauls off and slugs me every few months and I don't mind. He feels better and so do I because he never hits me unless I deserve it. So why don't you come off Real Happy Dear R.H.- If you don't mind a crack in the teeth every few it's all' right with me. I hope you have a good dentist Dear Ann Aren't you tired of cliches those canned things people say to each other out of For the are people don't give a darn how you are. A friend of mine decided to do something about it. He had some cards printed up and when people asked him how he was he handed them one. The card read. you asked me how I I will tell you. My appen- dix is in and my tonsils are out. My diaphragm is working nicely and my sinuses are clear. My gallbladder is O.K. but I have a couple of corns that are killing me and a bu- nion that is so active it can forecast the weather. I got rid of my dandruff last year but a lot of my hair went with it. I broke my nose but it's still running. If you want any more information let me know and I'll send you the x-rays my doctor took last week R.I. Dear Not but I'm printing it so others can see what some people think is fun- ny. Abortionist on trial MONTREAL The trial of Dr. Henry Morgen- taler on a charge of perform- ing an illegal abortion went to the this with a warning by the presiding judge to the 11 men and one woman to apply the law you agree with it or In a two-hour Mr. Justice James Hugessen of Court of Queen's Bench told the jury that duty is to apply the law as it actually ex- ists in the country not as the law should be Speaking slowly to a full courtroom of about 60 per- the. judge told them to lorget anything they have read or heard about the case outside court and urged them to from your minds any prejudices or preconceiv- ed ideas take into account public he continued Dr faces a maximum sentence of life im- prisonment if he is found guil- ty of having performed an il- legal abortion last Aug 15 on an unmarried graduate whose identity is be- ing withheld by court order. The judge also told the jury to decide whether or not the voung woman should be charged in future as an ac- complice in the case. The a short and slightly balding man with a curly black appeared relaxed during Monday's session W3 THt LITHMIDOe HMALD -18 protein found ATLANTIC N.J. A possible solution to the problem of blood clotting associated with the oral contraceptive pill was reported to the American Heart Association. The to the 15 million North American women on the be set off by the ad- dition of physical such as minor surgery or a bone broken while a Washington University scien- tist said This combination of the pill and physical the scien- tist lowers the level in the blood of a normal anti clotting protein called Factor 10. The simple ad- ministration of a small amount of a substance called the body's natural anti apparently can elevate the level of Factor 10 back to said Dr. Stanford a blood- clotting specialist at St. Louis University. The scientist said he would not recommend the routine prescription of heparm for all women on the partly because it must be given by in- but he did say it should be considered when the woman is undergoing physical stress such as minor surgery. 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