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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Ran it into ground Or, so it seems to potential buyer Ms. Barbara Werner of Kansas City, Kan., who was drawn to the carlot by the unusual attraction. Car salesman Jim Crow then goes into his sales talk. Abortion education program advocated by medical association OTTAWA (CP) The Canadian Medical Association has asked the federal government to provide free contraceptives and launch an educational campaign on family planning The association says in a comprehensive report on abor- tions and contraception that more than abortions were performed in Canada last year and there are indications there will be even more this year. Association spokesman Doug Geekie said in an interview that copies of the report have been sent to Prime Minister Trudeau, Health Minister Marc Lalonde and Justice Minister Otto Lang "In light of the ever-increasing demand for abortions, the CMA is urging concerned governments and agencies to provide free active medical consultations, counselling and whatever contraceptive products or devices are indicated for the in- Mr Geekie said The association also recommended that federal and provin- cial governments, in co-operation with the medical profession and schools, set up a national education program immediately "All studies indicate that there will be well over abor- tions performed again in 1974 unless we can get an educational program to the Mr Geekie said In 1972, more than abortions were performed in On- tario, more than in British Columbia and abortions in Alberta Last year, more than half of the abortions were per- formed in Ontario. Wednesday, September LETHBRIDGE Editors going to China OTTAWA (CP) A group of newspaper publishers, broadcast executives and government agency heads will visit China Sept 28-Oct 13 as guests of that government during celebrations marking 25 years of Communist rule An external affairs spokes- man said Tuesday the 19- member group will be led by Ross Munro, publisher of the Edmonton Journal and presi- dent of The Canadian Press news co-operative China celebrates the 25th anniver- sary of Communist govern- ment Oct 1 The visit returns one made by a number of senior working Chinese journalists in June last year The visitors were selected by the external affairs depart- ment at the request of the Chinese embassy here Heads of major news organizations were asked to put forward nominations for the trip Those selected include Ralph Costello, publisher of The Telegraph-Journal and Times-Globe in Saint John, IS B Michael Davies, presi- dent of the Canadian Daily Newspaper Publishers Association and publisher of 'the Whig-Standard in Kingston, Ont., Paul Desmarais, chairman of the board for La Presse and presi- dent of Power Corp Jacques Francoeur, president- elect of the CDNPA and publisher of Le Sol- eil, Gabriel Gilbert, past-president of The Ca- nadian Press and former pub- lisher of Le Soleil, and Martin Goodman, editor-in-chief of the Toronto Star Also selected were Tom Gould, vice-president of the CTV television network, C S Q Hoodsmith, president of the Canadian Community Newspaper Association and publisher of the weekly Times in north and west Vancouver, Roger Lemelm, publisher of La Presse, Richard C Malone, publisher of the Win- nipeg Free Press, Rene Mailhout, president of Quebec's professional federa- tion of journalists, Laurent Picard, president of the CBC, Paddy Sherman, publisher of the Vancouver Province and Michael Sifton. The best to you from Palm. Sour Cream. PRLM PALM DAIRIES LIMITED KIDNEY BEANS Taste Tells Light Red 14 fl. oz. tin APPLE SAUCE Town House Canada Fancy 14 fl. oz. tin MEAT DINNERS Manor House Frozen Assorted Kinds 11 oz. net wt. pkg. C hicken's the Buy! CUT-UP Frying Manor House Frozen Tray Pack WHOLE Pinecrest Roasting over 5 Ib. av. Frozen PORK ROAST UiiGew-llMpKM.lMili.lk 09 PORK CHOPS 119 vVIENERS AQt LUNCH MEATS ?5100 I PORK SAUSAGE QQc ftnsPHil.ft.ft. A BEEF SHORT RIBS LUNCH MEATS MRS HK OMM, Mri OMM. im, 6 ez. SIRLOIN TIP ROAST Boiwtett Canada Grade 'A' A MINUTE FRY STRIPS 1" km. 1ft. wet pet ita............................................... I FISH SPECIALS! Royale Jl AA Olmttead Frozen 12 oz. net wt. pkg..... W Cod Fillets 4 1Q Highliner Frozen I IV 11b. pkg............... I MARMALADE Empress Seville Orange or GLO. 24 fl. oz. tin FRESH DREAD Skylerk Pioneer White or Browi SHcol20 oz. MI wt. loef BUY THESE HOUSEHOLD SPECIALS! BATHROOM TISSUE vm 89' 0 LIGHT BULBS LIGHT BULBS FABRIC SOFTENER n, I29 0 SHAMPOO Ksarr- 89C ANTIPERSPIRANT I09 fill I II Bailll.fl Illflll I ni.ftr.6ez.MlNl.iie ...............JL HAIR SPRAY BABY OIL esu I19 TOOTHPASTE SMI88< FABRIC SOFTENER na.I19 WALL CLEANER mI39 RUS CLEANER ass? 1" PWRD. DETERGENT sr-- 1" UTILITY BAGS war. 794 CAT FDODasna, MUES EFFECTIVE HiLeMritfe Sept. 11 to 14, 1974 Copyright 1960, Canada Sataway Limttad ;