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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald- Family Doctor's aquittal has little affect on abortion issue TORONTO Dr. Henry Morgentaler's acquit- tal by a Montreal jury earlier this month on a charge of hav- ing performed an illegal abor- tion did little in the fight to remove the matter of abor- tions from the Criminal he said Wednesday night. regard it as a symbolic victory for but there is still a great deal to be done. very many doctors will wish to take the risks in- volved in testing the law. There is still a tremendous need to change or repeal the Dr. Morgentaler spoke to a forum on abortion only hours after a Montreal court ruled the conditions of his bail sending a Crown appeal of the .rial's outcome did not pre- sent him from addressing gatherings. But a news conference icheduled before the forum vas cancelled after the court uled he could not hold news conferences although he could alk to reporters individually. He is also prevented from on the specific under appeal and cannot on 12 other charges RAWLEIGH'S HIGH QUALITY HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS 2005-1st Ave. N. PHONE 327-0567 pending against him. Dr. Morgentaler said that when his views on abortion became known following his submission of a brief to the Commons health stream of women began coming to my clinic and ask- ing for refused at because of the but I kept offering my views to panels and dis- cussion groups. I began to appear to myself as a coward and a hypocrite for speaking my views but not liv- ing them. I became caught up in my own hetoric and even- tually decided the time had come to put up or shut He estimated he performed between and abor- tions using a vacuum suction technique he pioneered. have offered my clinic and knowledge to the governments of Quebec and Canada to train competent medical He said is important to have programs of sex educa- tion and contraception to reduce the need for abortions. But it is also essential to have facilities if and when they are LAST MONTH February is the last month that dormant sprays of liquid lime sulphur can be used on apple and peach grapes and roses to eliminate winter disease. Flame and black Monarch This beautiful butterfly is only one of the vast numbers of Monarchs migrating to Pacific Grove every autumn. They arrive in the fall in great clouds and depart in small numbers in March. Molesting butterflies costly CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. NOV. 30th O'CLOCK 4th 8th In 7 GlflM 140 5 CARDS FOR OR EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT S20S 55 NUMBERS LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Undw 16 Not Allowed Sponsored by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB SHOWHOME Built by NU-MODE HOMES LTD. OPEN DEC. 1 2-5 P.M. DEC. 2nd 7-9 P.M. 125 Park Meadows Blvd. Phone 328-8476 By PRANK L. REMINGTON Christian Science News A Midwestern college visiting the quiet seaside community of Pacific was strolling along a residential street one autumn evening last year when a police car swung to the curb and an officer alighted. a the policeman ordered. in that He in- dicated a small cardboard container the youth was carrying. The student laughed. It's nothing you'd be interested officer. Just some butterflies I picked up on Lighthouse Avenue. I'm go- ing to mount them for my growled the policeman. come along with me. You're under In the courtroom next morn- ing the judge frowned at the bewildered prisoner. new so I'm going to let you off with a he in- toned. penalties for disturbing butterflies in Pacific Grove are up to fine or six months in jail or Better pay more atten- tion to those signs posted all over town. Case Pacific near Califor- nia's beautiful Monterey is probably the only place on earth where butterfly molestation is a crime as severely punishable as burglary. The city fathers weren't joking when they posted wooden signs bearing the curious 'Any person caught molesting butterflies will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Pacific Grove Police The town takes its butterflies and with reason. The Pacific Grove stage an annual homecoming party there that is one of the most spectacular sights on earth. Each autumn along the Monterey south of San great clouds of flame and black colored Monarchs sweep down from far off British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies. From the north in a un- dulating blanket of gorgeous they surge across Monterey Bay. usually about tour o'clock in the afternoon of a day in late October or ear- ly November. They stay until the mild winter months give way to warmer March then the insects take off for the not en but singly or in small groups. They drift breeding wherever the succulent milkweed offers food for newly hatched young. The old generation dies soon after performing its reproduc- tive the new brood con- tinues the flight. Some en- tomologists believe it's the se- cond or even third generation of Monarchs that ultimately reach the northern haunts quit by their ancestors the previous year. No one knows for sure. To whatever generation they the young Monarchs inevitably are stirred by an ancestral migratory urge during the late summer and early fall. When this impulse asserts itself they flutter their gather in and instinc- tively fly southward. Other Monarch legions join the mighty hegira at intermediate points in and as the flock sails along the airways traveled by its forebears for centuries past. PROSECUTED extent of the Is PACIFIC DROVE POLICE Signs posted Pacific near California's Monterey is probably the only place where butterfly molestation is a crime as severely punishable as burglary. Calendar of local happenings The Alpha Theta Rho Girls Club No. 1 will have a novelty table and pantry table from 2 to p.m. Saturday in the Oddfellows Hall. Fish and Game Junior Forest Wardens will hold a bake sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 8 in Centre Village Mall. handmade by the will also be on sale. Friendship Lodge LA to UTU will hold its annual Christmas tea and bazaar from 2 to p.m. Dec. in St. Augustine's Church hall. General convener is Mrs. M. Atkinson. every Wednesday from 8 to p.m. in the Cfcfltt- Trinity Lutheran Church basement. All women interested in singing four part harmony are invited to attend. The Lethbridge Chapter of the Sweet Adelines meets Treat yourself to the rich golden o o t f n c B t- in Priced -viiooth I'17'J Ml .Ml US A smooth number pantsuits What every Ms. would love for Christmas... one of the season's newest pants outfits in her favorite With a PRIMROSE SHOP The Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold its regular dance at p.m. Saturday in Southminster Hall. Women are asked to br- ing a box lunch. All.ftqvare dancers welcome. LOVE TURKISH STYLE Of 211 girls and young women kidnapped the Turkish province of Sivai in the first seven months of all but 53 married their kid- nappers. WeeWhimsv Theory explains mouth diseases By NANCY IOCKS New Ywk TbBM Service NEW YORK A New York dentlit has formulated a hypothesis be thinks could ex- plain why some people brush their teeth regularly and still have gum while others are irregular about Canadians catch on to little fish OTTAWA There were hundreds of mallotus villosi laid out in rows of culinary smoked and steamed in a variety of sauces. Everybody in sight was tucking in with forks and fingers. Mallotus how does capelin suit Never heard of They're really quite tasty. Newfoundlanders have known the little fish for but the rest of as well as the United States and other should be catching on thanks to a million program involving three federal departments. The capelin were on display Wednesday when the environment department fisheries branch showed off the fruits of its line of new fish products expected to provide hundreds of jobs in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. silvery fish about six inches the capelin spawn in the coves and inlets of New- foundland in June and July. They were utilized but their potential as a food source was never realized ful- ly until at least 1967. It was then that federal fish- eries department became interested. Last the department of regional economic expan- sion provided SI.3 trade and commerce provided marketing expertise and the environment department contributed fisheries experts and a serious effort was made to develop the in co- operation with the New- foundland government. The result is 28 food from which 11 were chosen for market in the hors d'ouevre line. A consumer which consisted of random sampling of 170 households from Van- couver to showed reaction was favorable. brushing but do not develoi such disorders. Some teeth may predisposed to periodonta the disorder tha precipitates the breakdown o the bone surrounding according to Dr. Melvii L. Morris. He is the directoi of laboratories for periodonta research at Columbia Univer and he based his theorj on animal experiments. toss of such bone causes teetl to loosen and fall out. Periodontal diseases an believed to be caused bj several environmental facton in the one of which is the incomplete removal of a colorless sub- stance that forms on the teeth It traps bacteria that cause gun leading to bone breakdown. This theory is Morris but does not ex- plain why are people with dirty mouths and no bone breakdown and others with clean mouths who have After seeing this paradox for he decided to study the root of the tooth. The theory of prediposition was presented recently as the latest step in that research at the greater New York dental meeting at the New York Hilton. Morris has implanted the hard tissue from the root of the tooth in the deep layers of skin of a rat along with rat bone marrow to see how the bone grows. He that when all protein and organic matter is removed from the root leaving just calcium the bone growth is even in teeth that came from patients with severe periodon- tal disease. When roots were implanted from teeth in which the calcium had been but the protein and organic matter was there was no bone growth for six months. As the root reabsorbed calcium after that time bone began to but Dr. Morris said. From he hypothesizes that rather than conditions in the mouth some inherent problem in the organic matter in the root of the tooth might better explain why only certain teeth in some people are lost to periodontal disease. PU1UC BINQO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THUHS.-8 p.m. REDKEN THE CONDITIONING EXPERTS and ALBERTA BEAUTICIANS Invite you to attend an EDUCATIONAL HAIR CARE CLINIC on Dec. from 7 p.m. 9 p.m. PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL Mr. flm Educational Reid Representative of will be discussing skin and hair care prob- lems. Admission is only per person and this will be returned to you in product. VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS PtaM 3294545 904 7ft An. South Your for your freezer orders. Buy now Your price Our cost plus Ib. Every- thing Included. MONTH-IND Gentry Styto Spire Ribs Ib... Roasts Ib. 26 DVJH Den Muck Sinks Pork Chops Centre 1 OTWev Rollidw 10 Ib. If WIENERS .........8.00 frMh you mm. AM IN wM mm you MM ;