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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 7, 1974 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 23 Club corner notes The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens final trip to Expo will leave Thursday, Sept. 19 at 9 a.m., from the Greyhound depot. There are a tew seats left and reser- vations may be made by con- tacting 327-3264. The Minus One Club will hold a regular business meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in Southminster hall. Lunch will be served. A learn to square dance and get acquainted dance will be held for beginners Monday at p.m. in Southminster hall. Lunch will be provided. The Canadian Ukrainian Youth Association (CYMK) offers ballroom dance lessons each Monday and Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, 13th St. and 7th Avenue N. Interested persons welcome. For further information con- tact 328-7500. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens bus to Medicine Hat will leave the civic centre Wednesday at 9 a.m. Visits will be made to the museum, glass factory, shopp- ing centre and drop-in centre. A few seats are still available. Phone 328-4280 or 328-2971. Laurel Chapter No. 43, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold its regular meeting Mon- day at 8 p.m. in the Masonic hall. Visiting members New surgical technique may eliminate infertility LONDON (Reuter) Two British surgeons report on a new transplant experiment which they say might enable infertile women to have babies. Dr. J.C. McClure Browne and Dr. Robert Winston say in the medical journal The Lancet that the operation has been tested on animals. Using new surgical techni- ques which involve connecting minute arteries and veins with the help of microscopes, they transplanted fallopian tubes in rabbits. Eggs, passing from the ovary to the womb along these tubes, are fertilized by male sperm in them. Blocked fallo- pian tubes are a major cause of infertility in the main reason for current worldwide research to produce "test tube" babies. The doctors say they tested their new technique, by taking both tubes from four rabbits and transplanting the left tubes back in place of the right. One rabbit has already had a litter of' nine, another is pregnant and a third ready to become pregnant, they say. The fourth rabbit died after the operation because of com- plications with the anaesthetic. The surgeons claim the operation might be developed for humans. They point out there are plenty of spare fallo- pian tubes available for transplants, taken from women who have been sterilized or had their wombs removed. Delicate subject Dr. Juda Z. Jona examines Lee Allen Bailey in the special intensive care unit of the University of Ken- tucky Medical Centre. He performed a successful operation to remove a bowel obstruction on the baby when it was a week old and weighed just over one pound. Photobrown Lenses This is the tiwess