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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 28, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THE UNIVERSITY Of LETHBRIDGE offers a course in THE ORIGIN and HISTORY OF ALBERTA PLACE NAMES The course will examine the various categories of names and the meaning of the more colourful and picturesque. TIME: Tuesdays, p.m., Nov. 5-19 PLACE: Room 233, Physical Education Building FEE: Adults Students Senior Citizens Students may register by contacting the University of Lethbridge Registrar's Office or immediately prior to the first class. This is a public service course open to all interested persons regardless of academic background. Abortion law battle By STUART LAKE OTTAWA (CP) The final stages of Henry Morgentaler's crusade against this country's abortion laws begin Wednes- day in the Supreme Court of Canada. In legal terminology, Or. Morgentaler has been con- victed on a charge that "at Montreal on or about the 15th day of August, 1973, with the intent of procuring the mis- carriage of a female person employed means for the pur- pose of carrying out his inten- tion, I.E., manipulation and the use ot an instrument, thereby committing a criminal offence contrary to article 251 (1) of the Criminal Code." In fact, the bearded, Polish- born doctor was accused of performing six illegal abor- tions "on or about the 15th day of August, 1973." On orders of a Montreal judge, the Crown listed six dif- ferent charges against Dr. Morgentaler and proceeded with presumably its strongest case involving an abortion performed on a 26-year-old McGill University student. The record shows that a jury of 12 men last November declared the doctor not guilty of that charge. But the Quebec Court of Appeal wiped out the decision and substituted a ver- dict of guilty. A few months later, Dr. Morgentaler was sentenced to 18 months in jail. The laws Dr. Morgentaler THE UNIVERSITY of LETHBRIDGE presents SOUTHERN ALBERTA HISTORY A non-credit public service course conducted by DR. JAMES COUSINS A series of lectures on the history of southern Alberta by the man who has spent his adult life studying it. The course will look at the settlement of Lethbridge, the Northwest Mounted Police, history of ranching and the settlement of the1 Crowsnest Pass area. TIME: Tuesdays, p.m., October 1-29 PLACE: Room 233, Physical Education Building FEES: Adults Students and Senior Citizens Registration by mail from the Office of the Registrar or immediately prior to first class. Navy League of Canada Working on a boat at the Navy League hall are Buddy Garrick, Valary Nault, Kathy Kirkby and Debbie Giessmann at the back and Ron Giessmann and Jody Petrak in front. This picture was taken at the first meeting of the fall season before all uniforms were ready for wear. There are 145 boys and girls in this program. The Navy League of Canada is a United Way agency. This agency received from last year's United Way campaign. Give generously during this year's campaign Sept. 16-Oct. 16 Your United Way contribution helps 14 other agencies in addition to Navy League of Canada United Way contributions can be mailed to: The Lethbridge United Way 1120 7th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta (Contributions will be ocknowlodgsd by official receipts.) DR. MORGENTALER calls unjust were approved by Parliament in 1969. APPROVAL NEEDED Boiled down, Parliament ruled that abortions may be performed only when the health of the mother is en- dangered. Such abortions must be performed in hospitals accredited by the provinces and must be approv- ed in advance by special com- mittees that hospitals may es- tablish. It-is public record that Dr. Morgentaler defied these laws. He has openly admitted performing thousands of abor- tions in his Montreal clinic. He even appeared on national television on Mother's Day last year to demonstrate how he performs abortions. He has thus become the cen- tral figure in the highly-emo- tional debate on whether Canadian abortion laws are too liberal or too strict. A number of organizations sprang up in Canada to oppose his views; others were formed to aid him. A number of these organ- izations have hired lawyers to present additional arguments in the high court next week, including the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, the Foundation for Women in Crisis, Alliance for Life, Association of Doctors in Quebec For Respect of Life, the Common Front for the Respect of Life and the Foun- dation for Life. Because he has readily ad- mitted performing abortions contrary to the law, Dr. Morgentaler must convince the nine Supreme Court justices that the laws are contrary to the Bill of Rights or beyond the power of Parlia- ment to enact if he is to stay out of jail. The Morgentaler defence also includes arguments that the abortion he performed and which the Quebec appeal court said was illegal did in fact come within present abortion laws. It is possible that the Su- preme Court would agree with that argument alone and ac- quit the doctor without deciding the larger issues. But what is more likely to occur, is that the Supreme Court will face squarely all of the arguments and make judgments on whether Parlia- ment acted within its powers, that the laws do or do not contravene the Bill of Rights, and whether they are con- stitutional or not. Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. M.L.S.Siles Hep -August Roy has cleared the bases with a Grand Slam Homeri He has won the sales award four times in the last 5 months, and he competes with about 175 sales people! A terrific achievement! Roy was a fine baseball play- er in Southern Alberta for many years and we are pleased he continues to produce the runs The whole Action Agency team is committed to professional you are leaving runners on base, or you seem to strike out. call Roy or his teammates at 329-3331 MIKEONDRIK AUCTION SALE TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Located 9 South 3 Miles West of ETZIKOM, ALBERTA OR 8 Miles South of Highway No. 61 on the Nemiscan Road then 4 Miles East TUESDAY. OCT. p.m. sharp Having received from Mr. Ondrik who hM ceased (arming, we will sell at auction following: TRACTOR TRUCK: Deere 830 Diesel tractor, cab, dual hyds., P.T.O., 18.00x26 tires, good condition. Dodge 2 ton truck, grain box, hy- draulic hoist, new 7.50x20 tires, miles on new motor COMBINES ft SWATHERS: Cockshutt 542 SP combine, 16 foot header, complete with reel, Hesston straw chopper, and 10 ft. Cockshutt draper pickup (this combine appears to be in exceptionally good Cockshutt 431 SP combine with Fibro Cab, 16 foot header, hyd. reel, straw chopper pick up. No. 137 S.P. combine (good No. 200 16 foot Swather with double swath attachment. Deere 14 foot SP Swather. Harris No. 6 pull type Swather, 16ft. GRAIN LOADERS: foot grain loader with 12 h.p. electric start Kohler engine. 28 foot grain loader with 12 h.p. electric start Wisconsin engine, and extension auger bin sweep. 21 foot grain loader with 9 h.p. B S with bin sweep. 41 foot Grain Loader. loader hopper MACHINERY: Deere 1200 Series, 20 foot Surf lex tiller. Hoeme 20 foot wing type chisel plow. Deere model 500 14 foot rod weeders duplexed with spring loaded hitch. Deere LZ-A 14 foot hoe drills with duplex hitch. John Deere LL 10 foot press drills with fertilizer at- tachment. model AH 10 foot blades with duplex hitch. flex harrows with draw bar. Arrow 45 foot weed sprayer, caster wheels. 200 gallon aluminum tank. 24 foot rod weeder attachment. h.p. !.H. water cooled stationary engine. tired wagon. MISCELLANEOUS: amp forney welder. ton chain hoist. cement mixer. master 21" gas lawn mower. skate sharpen- er. Meade cab cooler, (never been uncrated) Plus other numerous items. ANTIQUE MACHINERY: 1V2 ton Diamond T. truck. I.H.C. 4'T. combine. bottom 14" gang plow. foot John Deere spring tooth cult- ivators. forge, blower tongs. RECREATION EQUIPMENT: 399 cc Nordic Ski Doo with electric start. 120 cc trail bike. 90 cc motor bike. HOUSEHOLD A FURNITURE: Chrome table 6 chairs. white T.V.s. suite with 4 chairs. portable electric sewing machine. adding machine. vacuum cleaner. floor polisher. Plus many other items. There is very i AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Re mtsceflcneoui merchs lonfhtsaala. tfwisfoia we UCQS you to coins TVie Description as to condition or oftiofwies as set foifn on item is fiiofslp a ffirioe is In no way a waiianfy or sjuavanlas, actual or ftnpffisd' NoHnor Ins awtilunee1! DOT the ownsY niriS vor smy orrors vn oescnpvlon or oonollwA. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Offic. Phono 329-3101 me JOEPBILWH Ml IAIN EOTORSHBI TOOT POUCH 010293 lie Lie 012467 (Lie 0102S2 Phone 32S-9772 Phone M7-ZM1 Phone Phone 32S-M72 lETHMnOOE MJtkfthrer SOW ISLAND LETHBfUDQE Box 1057, I EARLY WEEK SPECIALS I Orange Juice ?sflQo Town House Swt. or Unswt. pure from con. 48 fl. oz. tin ......Hi R Tomatoes Peanut Butter Empress Homogiflizad. 48 oz. ml wt. tin 1 69 Canned Pumpkin Town House Cinidi Fancy. 14fl.oz.tin Pear Halves Town House Cinidi Choice Lucerne Can. Process 14 fl. oz. tin v Slices Individually Wrapped Ice Cream Q 700 CTN. Fresh Yogurt BetAirFaicyFrezM Pmpkie 24 oz. Mt wl. size LMOTM Assorted Flavoirs 8 M. wt, ctn. Ground Coffee b TIN Many More Grocery Specials In Store Effective Sept. 30 Oct. 5, 1974 Sato In QuantWos Only Copyright 1960, Canada Safeway Limited ;