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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday September 14, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Weather slows combining OTTAWA (CP) Rain, frost and snow have set back some combining operations on the Prairies where the bulk of Can- ada's grain crop is in various stages of harvest, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday. In the last of ils 1972 reports on Canadian crop conditions, the statistics bureau said the harvest is nearly finished in southwest and central Sas- major part of the grain combining Oddities in the News PROVO, Utah Nursing students at Brigham Young University are re- quired to- spend one half a day in a wheelchair. One of the school's nursing instructors, L a n a Brown, came up with the idea after CAPTURED Wounded North Vietnamese prisoner, his eyes covered by bandages and hands bound with handcuffs, is directed by South Vietnamese Marine to truck for trip to rear. He wos captured in Quong Tri dur- ing fighting. Church abortion stance praised OTTAWA (CP) The official stance on abortion of the Ro- man Catholic Church was reaf- firmed and applauded by speakers at sessions of the an- nual Catholic Hospital Associa- tion of Canada conference. The anti-abortionist speakers included a gynecologist, a hos- pital administrate, n mother and the head of a distress serv- ice for pregnant women. "We can never make killing morally right by making it le- Dr. Heather Morris, an obstetrician and gynecologist at Toronto's Women's College Hospital told more than 250 hospital administrators and workers, many of them nuns and priests. Dr. Morris, president of the National Alliance for Life, an anti-abortion group, is childless unlike the three others who ppoke during a discussion on the value of life and family planning. Mrs. Louise Adams, wife of a Winnipeg gynecologist, spoke out against abortion from the point of view of a mother of six. Ixmlse Sumraerhill, president of Birthright, an emergency Forest fire program gets extra money EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Cabinet has approved an additional to maintain its forest fire suppression pro- gram. Allan Warrack, lands and for- ests minister, said in a news release the province has spenl million this year on forest fires. The five-year average for forest fire is million. Alberta has had G69 fires this season with the 10- year average of 547. Total num- ber of acres burned is less than the 10-year average. Where leaders pregnancy service which en- Courages women to cany iin- vanted pregnancies to ferm, lave seven children. And Eric Duggan, an admin- istrator of the Halifax In- irmury, is the father of 11 'chil- dren. He outlined his hospital's amily planning counselling program and explained its anti- abortion position. THINK POSITIVE "Family planning Includes the achievement of preg- said Mr. Duggan. 'Haven't we been .looking at only the negative 'Abortion takes a human Dr. Morris told the au- dience. "This is the established scientific fact and the core is- sue of the sometimes agonizing decision." She said liberalized abortion laws have not been proven to substantially reduce the num- ber of illegal abortions in other countries. "All that happens is that a huge number of legal abortions get added to a static number of illegal ones. The solutions, said Dr. Mor- ris, rest in "personal and pub- lic responsible family planning, continuing public education in wealth and homemaking, better housing and financial assist- ance, better facilities and finan- cial help for retarded, defective and disturbed children and their parents." She congratulated the Catho- lic hospitals on their stand against abortion. "As a human being and a Jew, I applaud the stand of your hospitals on this abortion issue "The unborn child Is small, naked, nameless and voiceless. Speak up for him and his God- given right to life." are today By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Trudeau Ottawa. Conservative Roborl Sianfield Kenora, Thundei Bay, Ont. New Democrat Leader Davit Lewis Toronto. Social Credit Leader Hea CaoneUc At home in Roiryn tjue. Soviet pledge fails MOSCOW CAP) The Soviet economy is showing weakness in the sectors which were sup- posed to lead the country into the consumer era. A review of economic per- formance for the first eight months of the year was pub- lished Wednesday by Ekonomi- cheskaya there was little in it to satisfy the rising ex- pectations of Soviet consumers. Shortfalls were reported for textiles, clothes, shoes, knitted goods, television sets and wash- ing machines. When Leonid I. Brezhnev, the Communist party general sec- retary, unveiled the contours of the 1971-to-1975 economic plan last year these were the very items he singled out for "ap- preciable" increase in produc- tion. If the ninth five-year plan, now near the end of its second year, promised to "saturate" the market with consumer goods. Premier Alexei N. Kosy- gin made it plain that this would depend on a 38-te-40-per- cent increase in labor produc- tivity by the end of the plan pe- riod. "These targets are of crucial importance for our whole eco- nomic development Kosygin told the 24th party con- gress in April 1971. Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta complained specifically about the lag in the growth of labor productivity. she was confined to a wheel- chair for lime with episodic multiple sclerosis. She said the experience helps students to realize the altered self-image which ac- companies being handi- capped. "Most girls hate Miss Brown says, adding, however, that they "discover the many feelings Involved as they ob- serve other reactions to the physically handicapped." CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) M. Kennedy, 82, of Newark, Ohio, was on hand to wish Senator Edward M. Kennedy well at Cleveland Hopkins International airport. The retired rail worker, a supporter of George McGov- ern's presidential bid, said he was surprised to find the senator who hears his name is so tall. "I'm about six the older Kennedy said, "and he seemed a lot taller than I am." LOS ANGELES (AP) Braille menus are carried by a Southern California coffee shop chain to help blind per- sons be more independent while dining out. The firm, Alphy's Coffee Shops, estimates there are blind persons in eni California. The chain has initiated other provisions for the hand- icapped. Its newer shops have wider parking spaces for cars carrying handi- capped persons, ramps into the shops, extra rest- room doors for wheelchairs and helper bars and fixtures aries to as little as 10 per cent ui northern prairie districts. Rain hit all but parts of cen- Saskatchewan. recently, rost gripped all but eastern lanitoba, and there has been now in much of Alberta. Most rops have been swathed and wait combining. HARVEST DELAYED Alberta: Cool wet weather ltd snow has delayed harvest- ing throughout Alberta. Al- though operations are under- way in the southeast, they are ust beginning in the central and northern areas. Harvesting jf canning crops is on schedule and yields in quality appear ex- cellent. Sugar beet diggings be- gin early next week. Manitoba: Swathing Is nearly complete, but in the northeast where the season is late, frost las hurt immature crops. Com- bining varies to as much as 9; per cent in the central and southern districts to as little as .5 per cent in the north. Little 'lax has been harvested. Saskatchewan: The whea liarvest is 65 per cent finished jar ley 70 per cent finished, oats 75 per cent, rapeseed 50 per cent and rye 95 per cent Swathing is nearly finished Lower grades in yield are ex pected in the northeast and northwest, particularly in rape- seed, because of the frost. British Columbia: The prov ince has had cooler weathei with some rain in the las month. The grain harvest un derway in the central interior North Okanagan and Peace River areas are a little below average. The bean and onio; crops has been harvested in th Lower Fraser Valley where be- low average yields are re- ported. BLESSED POOL CLANWILLIAM, South Africa (AP) The archbishop of Cape Town Messed a new swimmin pool here, then stripped off th clerical robes covering his swim suit and dived in, the Anglieai Church newspaper Seek re ported. Red China spreads air wings By HENRY BRADSIIEK Washington Star-News HONG KONG The signing Peking of a contract to buy 0 Boeing 707's brings China rithin reach of opening airline rCrvice to Europe, Africa and anada. The conclusion of long negc- between Boeing repre- iGntatives and Chinese aviation fficials was reported to have ccurred recently. It was a tajor step in China's effort ver recent years to re-equip ler civil airline with a modem et fleet in place of old propeller lanes. Boeing's aircraft Join ilanes recently delivered or on order by China from the Soviet Union, Britain and France, in- cluding the Anglo French sup- ersonic Concorde. Boeing's planes of the Soviet- made IL-62's are likely to open the first international route to eastern European friends of China Romania, Yugoslavia and Albania. Routes to Cairo and Addis Ababa and possible on deeper into Africa might corao later. Connections to Tokyo and to Canada are also apparently In Peking's plans. Earlier this year China signed a bundle of air agreements with Albania, Romania, Yugoslavia, Ethiopia and Afghanis! a n among others. Older agree- ments exist with Egypt, Pakis- tan and others. Prince pays costs BRUSSELS (Heuter) Prince Charles, former regent of Belgium, was ordered by a court Wednesday to pay more than towards the costs of a trial in which his former business adviser, Olivier Al- lard, was acquitted of swindling him of more than million. Prince Charles, 70, is the young brother of former King Leopold aild uncle of King Baudouin. was regent from 1M4 to 1850. The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. FIVESIAR CANADIAN KYHWmSJW WATWOO. O.DHTAWO.CAXAOA Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blcndtd ifldbottledtiy E. Seifrua Son Lui., WAlftloo, Ont, Queen's cousin dies at castle GLAMIS, Scotland (AP) The Earl of Strathmorc, 54- year-old cousin of Queen Eliza- beth, died Wednesday at Glamis Castle. The earl suc- ceeded his father in 1949 and in 1058 married an Irish nurse, Mary Brennan. Their only child, a daughter, died soon affer birth. Successor to the title Is the earl's cousin, Capt. Fergus Bowes-Lyon. New surgery for stroke patients TORONTO (CP) A Toronto surgeon says that four persons, in danger of suffering strokes because too little blood was reaching their brains, have un- dergone difficult new surgery to provide the brain with fresh blood. Dr. Robert Elgie, chief of neurosurgery at Scarborough General Hospital, described the operation Tuesday to the On- tario chapter of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and later at a news conference. He said surgeons rerouted a thread-fine artery from the scalp of each patient, inserting it through a hole in the skull and hooking it to a blood vessel ftrjding the brain. Dr. Elgie said one of the patients receiving the operation was a 52-year-old woman, suf- fering small stroke-like attacks that caused temporary weak- ness or paralysis of her right arm and leg. She was confused and suffered memory lapses. Dr. Elgie said the woman's symptoms vanished after she underwent the four-hour sur- gery last March. He said the surgery inv61ves boring a small hole in the skull above the ear, enlarging it with a drill and then lifting Ihe cov- ering of the brain. The surgeon then joins the artery from the scalp to an artery on the sur- face of the brain. A 40-power microscope is used for the op- eration. Two 47-year-old men and a 51-year-old man also were helped by the operation. WOOLCO 10th ANNIVERSARY I ITEMS FOR YOUR HOME DECORATORS NEEDED WELLAND, Ont. (CP) "There is a great need for peo- ple in the interior decorating said the head of the only new course being offered this year at Niagara College. Paul R. Firlotte said 28 students have enrolled in the two-year program, which ho described as a "practical training course." 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