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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 1HE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Th'jridny, September 2, 1971 Legal, medical authorities show iulmvsl While dc'.cdivcs and con- Mablcs combed Britain today for two dangerous killers. Uie of murdered ICnghmd, police chief campaign- ed lo brinp back hanging. "If the country were at war Air fares parley scheduled GENEVA A special ._ conference lias been called in ,YeW- York with eulogies from fiencva around Sept. 10 for a nobodv would iniixl Ihc enemy being'killed, and in my opinion the country is at war agaiiisl said Maun-cn Ilirli- nrflson, Her liusband, Supcrinli'iulnit Itii-hanlsdii. mis (it-ad as si-applcd wilh ban- dit.s who ere escaping with gems worth .Ull.OOO (SI20.000) after a raid on a jewelry shop at Blackpool. Police were seeking Freder- ick Joseph Seiii'll, aged :M or H5 ill conncclion with the kill- ing. BeDiirtt Cert was buried in the contrasting worlds in which top-level effort to settle the j he dwelt the free ant! easy North Atlantic fares dispute, a I milieu of show business and spokesman for Ihe International Air Transport Association said Wednesday. The announcement Followed the decision by an IATA confer- ence in Montreal giving West dei-man national carrier Luf- thansa two more weeks to re- consider ils veto of a new fares package. The deadline is thus extended to Sept. 15 the staid realm of hook publish- ing, lie died last Friday at the age of 73. For a number of years. Cerf appeared on the What's My Line Iclevision panel, driven by what he described as streak of pure, unadulterated ham." Tlie former moderator of the program. John Daly, described Lufthansa has opposed moves Cerf to the 750 mourners at St for drastic culs in North Atlan- Paul's Chapel of Columbia Uni- lic air fares, even under special I vcrsily as "a glorious amalgan? conditions such as bookings well i ol pragmatist and leprechaun." in advance. j The IATA spokesman said the j president of the Dentur- Human artificial inseminaton drawing new attention conference in Geneva -Bill be al "chairman or chief executive level" and will be of "short du- ration." Its main aim is to set- tle the new low fares package for governments to raitfy and 1st Society of Nova Scotia says five members in the Halifax area have received S3.000 frcm provincial and municipal gov- ernment agencies for illegally manufacturing dentures. thus give Ihe general public and j Darrcll .Mason of Halifax said j Iravel agents plenty of advance copjcs o[ Hicques (rom on the new tares operating next Ule Workmen's Compensation >'car. Board, provincial finance de- It if feared that if no agree- ment is reached within IATA a price-culling war will break out on the North Atlantic routes. Weekend talks on money issue WASHINGTON (Renter) President Nixon's top monetary expert. Paul A. Volcker, will lead a United Slates delegation lo Paris this weekend for talks on a solution to world currency problems, treasury department sources said Tuesday. Volcker. treasury undersecre- tary for monetary affairs, will head a U.S. mission to a session of the Group of 10 leading west- em industrial nations at the headquarters of the Organiza- tion for Economic Co-operation and Development. The (ieputy-rnuiisltT-level meeting of the U.S.. Briiain. Canada, Japan, Sweden and the five major European Common Market bul Lus- seek lo narrow policy differences, before minis- terial talks in London Sept. 15 on President NLxon's recent monetary reform decisions, in- formed sources said. partment, Halifax County the Halifax city social assis- tance department. Gov.-Gcn. Roland Jlichener was inslalled in Port Royal. N.S. as honorary grand master in the "Order of Good Time" during a ceremony at this his- toric Mova Scotia community. The New York police depart- ment disputes a federal anti- crime official's theory that the j who shot reputed crime boss Joseph Colombo acted I alone. It says it still believes I the gunman hired by rival mobsters. Chief of Detectives Albert A. Secdman has disputed state- ments by Daniel P. Ilothnan, chief of the pint strike force to combat organized crime, that challenged police and other federal theories linking the shooting to an underworld, pow- er struggle. 4: President Nixon and Emper- or Hirorjilo will meet for 50 mii-ules on Sept. 26 when the Japanese monarch's special jet- liner stops at Elmcndorf Air Force Base. Alaska, en route to Europe, the Imperial House- hold Agency in Tokyo reported. The meeting will be the first ever between a president of the United States and an emperor ol Japan. OTTAWA (CP! -Human ar- tificial insemination is drawing new attention from legal and medical authorities because of Ihn family-planning boom and the growing number of sperm hanks. Canadian law says offspring of an anonymous donor of sperm are illigilimatc, and the legal ramifications for inherit- ance alone arc considerable. While no sperm banks have opened their doors in Canada, (he opening of two more in the United. Stales soon wiU double the number wilhin easy reach of Canadians. The two ones are in New York City. Sperm banks have been operating for more than a year in Minneapolis and St. Paul, just a short trip from Winnipeg. One attraction is that a man who undergoes vasectomy, the male sterilization operation, can put his own sperm on deposit before the simple surgical pro- cedure is performed. This allows him to father chil- dren later through artificial in- semination. HUMAN USE RECENT Long a highly scientific part of animal husbandry, artificial insemination has been in use in humans at least 17 years. The oldest known child of the prac- tice is said to be a university student in the United States. Medical authorities say most obstetrician-gynecologists have occasion to make use of it in their normal practice. The important question in Canada is the donor. II it is the husband, the practice is rela- tively uncomplicated. The Cana- dian Medical Association re- gards it as ethical provided con- sent of both husband and wife is obtained in writing. But U" the sperm donor is anonymous, things become im- cerlain. Charles Scott, general counsel for Ihc Canadian Medical Piol- ectivc Association, says he knows of only one case in Cana- dian law that deals wilh the issue, a 1921 Ontario decision that artilicial insemination con- stituted adultery when a woman was injected without her hus- band's knowledge with the sperm of another man. He argued that any submis- sion of the reproductive powers or faculties lo the service or en- joyment of anyone other than Hie husband or wife "comes within the definition of adul- tery." Scottish, and possibly English, law takes the opposite view. In 1953 a Scottish jurist surveyed Scottish, English, French, Dutch and church law and con- cluded that all agree that lo commit adullery requires sex- ual intercourse. He concluded artificial insem- ination without the husband's consent is "a grave and heinous breach of the contract of mar- but since it is not inter-1 course it is "not adultery as the I law intcrurds that term." He filed a 104S decision of Ihe English courts that artificial in- semination by a husband result- ing in the birth of a child did Because of the stale of Cana-1 insemination. doctors Jo not discuss i extent to which they may use anonymous donors, but among soins medical studenls, inlerns and rcsidcnls, a rccog- source of extra inr-cnic is One man, now a doctor, said in an interview that three speci- mens generally are collected at a lime and the insemination is done from one of the three with- oul even the doctor knowing not consummate a marriage. I provision of sperm for artificial' which donor's sperm was used. Two basic methods are em- ployed. Live sperm is injected through a tube into the ulwis wilhin a few hours of the dona- tion from husband or donor, or "freeze dried" sperm is trans- milted months and even years afler collet-lion. DR. NORA BURNS HER MEDICAL DISCOVERY SOUNDS LIKE SCIENCE FICTION. The Thin Wall life And Death is a new miracle substance developed by a Canadian- born scicnlisl. Dr. Nora Burns. Her subslilule for lung (issue can separate blood from gos. And il has amazing 3 Dpi ica I ion 5 in both medicine and industry. Writer Bill Trenl lells aboul this major achievement in biocliemislry. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Housing o project approved OTTAWA (CP) federal and Saskatchewan governments have entered into an agreement for construction of three subsi- dized rental housing projects in Ihc province, it was announced today. The federal government will pay 73 per cent of the cost, the province 20 per cent and the municipalities five per cent. The projects: 10 portable units for senior citi- zens: Outlook. 10 three-bedroom sinyle-delached units for low-in- come families; and Rockglen, 10 portable units for senior citi- zens. WITNESS FOR CHRIST CRUSADE WITH HARVEY and BARBARA BILLOWS EVANGELIST and RECORDING ARTIST Come and hear their unique ministry, made up of fine Gospel music and the simple preaching of the word of God. This ministry is one involving Ihe greal army of Lay People in the church, in ihe ministry of personal soul winning. Barbara Billows has recenl'y recorded o long play album and her music is such that it will to-jch the hcorl, Including contemporary Chrislian hymns, and which arc ail greatly received by bolh young and old alike. During the crusade meetings, Harvey Billows presents a soul winning (raining class., one half hour before each service. Don't miss the WITNESS FOR CHRIST CRUSADE AT THE DOWNTOWN GOSPEL CHURCH, THE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE at 520 7th Street South SEPTEMBER 3rd -4th -5th Meetings Begin at p.m. beo Qt SIMPSONS-SEARS Blazer Suits arc liere and wool's a winner! lilawr biz! most, suitable- way of clrrfisiiiRlrail blazes inln I'all in pure vuinl. 'I here's i milling like il. Over straight panls oruaiTouly plealed skirls, blazers nroinakinj; I lie (lira I enmebaek. ihe hi I its I ho s.iuiml of l''all in ihe (iir.alesl iialnial lilire rif llieni all. Suit your- self from niir riillee.linn...plains or sLripcs, at otic low price. Sizes 10-18 and 9-17 In QIC group. 2 PIECE SET STORE HOURS. Open Daily 9 am, lo 5 30 p.m. Wednesday 9, lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centra Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;