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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1C 1H1 LFIH6RIDGE HIRALD lotunjoy, April 1, 1971 w birth control pill ex soon Dy ALTON ULAKl'SLKK Al1 SCHMHT Kclilor CLKAIUVATKK BKACI1, l-'la. volunteers nru CNpC'ctcd to a new birlli control pill designed to IHJ free o( some real or fiincicd, surround the existing pJII- Tf the new pill juuvcs tu be fnir.Hy find L-fuvtive, a de- CLsion to jn.'ike Jt generally available could be readied Into next year. II might be u pill taken'daily part of HID month, or become an effective "morn- ing after" pill. It consists of a form of estro- gen. Hie female sex hormone, known as "The rill" no-.v In general contains a different estrogen, I Some reports link Uie present pill lo increased risk of blood clols. The new one can act chemically lo help dissolve any blood clots. Some scientists also sec rea- sons for suspecting that the PS- Iradiol pill mitilil, if used tor 25 to ,'i'i to increased J risk of breast cancer One rea- son is that the present pills pre- vent, ovulalion, the monthly re- lease of an and it lias been observed that women who do not ovulatc for reasons other thnn lakinp pills are more likely i to develop breast cancer. n'OUM> ST1L OVULATi: nevs- pi! Is containing es- Iriol would noL prevent ovnlu- tion, Dr. llcrliurt II. pro- fessor of biochemistry at Huston University School of Medicine, (old an American Cancer Soci- ely seminar for science writers. He emphasized that the posiliil- of cancer heinr; induced by the present pill "has not os yet been documented." CsLriol can apparently affect j the lining of the uterus so that a j fertilized egg would not become implanted to start a pregnancy, I lie explained. If the pill works the woman would ovulate nnc menstruate, bill nny fertilized could nol take root, Three yciirs of testing with a couple of thousand rals, rabbits and hamsters show that, estrio can prevent reproduction when jjiven after mating. It is Ihus a "morning after" pill. U'otiz said approval by Hie Food and Drug Administration to test the pill in women is ex- pected within six lo eight weeks. Initially, six women will bo studied for five months, first tu determine their mvn precise biochemical and blood changes during menstrual and then what happens during I wo months of taking the estriol pills. This will be a check for medical safety. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES 1TD. ESTABUSHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 Ave. 5. Phonn 327-1541 radio service OTTAWA (CP1 The CBC launched a counter ntMck against criticism of its radio [programming at Canadian Ra- dio Television Commission hearings, But the publicly-owned corpo- ration was thrown on the defen- sive when CRTC c h a i r m a a Pierre Juncau questioned the j CDC decision to channel money into a new radio system while large number of Canadians nro without Lhc full network service. The byplay came during tho Jerry's Rug and Upholstery Service OWNIR MANAGER JERRY O'BRIIN SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER OFF ON CLEANING ANY CARPET OR UPHOLSTERY IN YOUR HOME it DRY IN ONE HOUR FREE ESTIMATES it ON LOCATION CLEANING GUARANTEED WORK Phone 328-4103 Day or Night Unbealabla and lines) workmanship SERVING AIL OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA MOE BROS. "Mike and Andy" FARM AUCTION SALE 10W Miles East oF Grcinum or 7Vi Miios Weil of NOBLEFORD THURSDAY, APRIL 6-11 A.M. Lunch will lerved by Ihi La diet Aid TERMS CASH with sehUment In full before removal from farm. Having been favored wilh from Mike and Andy WB will offer for iole Following ilcmi: TRACTORS 1-1965 330 Caie Comfort King Iroclor No. 3261884, 2550 dual hydraulici, Femco In gocJ condiMon. 1-1949 LA Cais traclor No. 5320660, hyd., wheel brakes, COMBINES AND SWATHERS Cctlohutl X30 >.p., cnh, pickup ,straw tutlcr, real nke Corkshulf Nn 7 molor, pull type combine. CCH 15' Iole model swalher, real good. 1 V canvos, 1 new 1 i' tanvai TRUCK 1 1965 Chev 2 Ion. 6 Edbro hoiil ond Niven box, only milei, prnmium unit. MACHINERY 1 12' John Dcero Surllex, 1700 serlci wilh iceder box, very aood. 1 14' Noble hoe drill) rod weecfcr, 8 1- 2-t; 1-12' Graham Hoeme; Noblo 12-U' blnde; 1 P' Viclory blade; rod weeder arlacnment, [like new-1, I.-12' harrows; 9' one-way, complete; 1-10' IHC one.way; 1-12' IHC cuhivolor; 1-33' Inland sprayer; packers. 1-5', weed duller; 1-5 bollorn plow; horrow. WATER AND FUEL TANKS 500 gal. fuel tank wilh hoses; 300 gal. fuel lank wilh hoses; slip on tank wilh pump; 500 gal. water lank. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Coal stove, McClary Royal Ascot; 7 coal healen, tom- plele, good condition; kitchen cabinet, antique; 4 MACHINERY AND MISCELLANEOUS 35 (I. 6 in. grain auger wilh 9 h.p. Briggs like nnw; 9' drag auqer; 1-27' grain auger; Smith Rolls 12 veil drill lillcr; A volt ballery charger; old hammer mill; reel, guards, elc for 132 Cockshull; M -30 uied Iraclor Kres- posl dnll. visa bc-ncn; -lack-all jack; pickup reel, Hume 12'i 2 Case hyd. rams; ram, adjustable; feed grinder; Flax roller; hr-avy mandrel; IHC horse mower- water barrel- load binder; rakhel ram; Wells Bros, taps anl tiles, taps, 7 dies, real need; puller, 2 electric fencers, good; we-d burner loich. Bearer B" bench saw wilh exlen loble; 3-J50 motor and 3'..- h.p. B and S double barrel 12 gouqe shotgun; 15" crescenl wrench, V bells; 50'-5" cndtcsi belt; 5 Ion hyd. [acfe; icrew jack; fanning mill; 5 gall. A type trans oil; grind stone; 'raclor umbrella; quantity Maple hard-wood; hrge quonlily barb wirn; largo Quantity icrop iron, old crdor posts; grease guns; old licence plates, old harness; old BuicV chassis 1925 or 1930; old wogon and wogon wheels; scrap machinery, Crowfoot 4 and 5 fl., wrenches; hammers; chisels. DID above [s merely a quids and In no way >ipinin war- ranhci oclunl or implied. SALE CONDUCTED BY ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE GRANUM PHONE 235-2370-CIARESHOLM AUCTIONEERS ROY FJORDBOTTEN DON WALPER r final of Ihe CRTC hcarinq u( an applicalion by Ihe CBC lo its radio into two One and Rcidio Tlie corporation also sought pel-mission to set up six new FM (frequency modulation) sta- tions jit. a total capital cost of million. English-language FM sLaLions would be cslab- i lished nl at. John's. Nfld., Hali- fax nnd Calgary while Frencli- language outlel.s would be lo- in Ollawa, Quebec and Chicoutimi. The CRTC will hand rlow-n de- cisions on (he applications at a 'atcr date. The CBC told the commission that Radio One would be car- ried on Ihe AM (amplitude mod- ulation) network. It would pro- vide rapid bursts of information interspersed with musical selec- tions. Radio Two, a more leisurely style of broadcasting, would be transmitted on (he FM network. It would contain a mixture ol music, drama and the arts. Tho CBC now has a French language outlat in Montreal and English-language FM sta- tions in Toronto, Montreal, Ot- tawa, Winnipeg and Vancouver. ANSWERS CRITICS J, T. Craine, managing direc- tor of (he English-language irtdio network, said critics of Ihe CBC proposal seemed (o suggest earlier that the change was intended to turn CBC ra- dio i n t o a "commercial ve- hicle." 'This is simply not .Mr. Craine said. lie. 010237 Cashier MABY WAIPER Lie. No. 010259 Pincner Creeh-Ph. 427-3760 Clurk ART FJORDBOTIEH BBC orders less violence, bloodletting LONDON (Al1) The HDC lins cnk'iccl producers lo soften violence anil on the television scrci1 us--even in news bulletins. Color television has acklcd to the impact or violence by mak- ing a sight of bright red blood more horrific, it cniptiii- siml. The clfunpduHvti cjune in n now code of stricter rules gov- ern television violence, writ- ten by Dnvkl AltmboroLigh, HOC television programs direc- tor. The new code, which replaces one 12 years ago, conies amid mounting concern over television violence and permis- siveness. If followed the BBC- sponsorod survey which said ilio TV programs shown in Britain contained some viol- ciinj. Sixty cent of them were U.S. imports. Tim 13-pugc code was seen as a fir.sL step by Ikilain's televi- sion networks Lo moderate the ityjfciising violence oji home .screens. The BBC runs two of the country's three TV channels and has had a policy of permit- greater nude love scenes--than its rival, t h e commercial Independent Television Authority. NO CMFFIIAXGERS AUcnborougli says Cliffhanger .serials should always show Hie hero safe because "tomorrow is n Jong way off, next week an eternity away" for children, he said. screens Scenes showing cruelty to children, family quarrels mid Hie dcalli an animal should Iju "sparingly porlraycil." Atlcnuoroupli ordered n lotal linn on details of lights anil use of knives, bro- ken hollies, karate chops, nooses and the locking up ol prisoners in "u n d c s i r ab I o places." News bulletins Jim) docunicn- tarics. added, were the most (Lifficnll pro- grams to control as violence is accepted as being "unconlesla- bly" news. But lie ordered producers to edit out scenes of violence un- less Ilieir news value outweighs (lie objections likely to coma from viewers. SOME FOR, SOME AGAINST Karen Davis, bearing a sign of friendship for the visiting Russian ship, tolks with policemen who will not let her pass, top. Olliers demonstrated in Miami against the Russian presence as they burn a Russian flag. Later a floating bomb exploded in wafers near the visiiing ship. pianis says former ajjro minister OTTAWA (OP) Efforts takeover by the Saskatchewan reccivc dcerecs or Fellowships for newsmen TOflONTO (CP) Winners of. five Sontham Fellowships for Journalists at the University j Toronto were announced today. They are: Francois Aubin, assistant news editor for tiie Montreal weekend paper La Patrie. Arthur N. Jorgcnsen. 32, staff writer for The Cana- dian Pres. Betty 50, feature writer for Toronto Globe and Mail. B. JlcCullum, 10, edi- tor and general manager of The. Canadian Churchman. J. O'Mallcy, 3n, na- tional reporter for The Globe and Mail. Tlie winners will study from September lo May in any divi- sion of Uie university at gradu- nk' or icvei. Ilicy lake no examinations and Sizes for your convenience and enjoyment! ALSO AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL PINTO O MAVERICK TORINO must be made Lo keep small Prairie elevator companies from falling into tho clutches of i two grain-buying gianls, Sena- tor A. II. McDonald, says for- mer Saskatchewan agriculture minsler. Speaking on debate to estab- lish a Senate agriculture com- mitten, Senator McDonald Saskatchewan) said Iho United Grain Growers and Uie Mani- toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta wheat pool companies are grad- ually laking over all Prairie grain-buying operalions. Tlic pools and the Umiea Grain Growers need all the competition possible to assure (op elevator sen-ice, Senator McDonald said. Most grain-buy- ing companies have refused to modernize their operation in the knows what they would do TviLhout he said. Ho ref crre d to the reccn I Co. 31 of the FaskaWxwan The fellowships pay the of NIC Federal tirnin j of Umion. undent rite salaries .t pool companies m for lh? winners while they arc at university and pay franspor- f at ion for fellows r.iul llicir fninilics to come Lo Toronto. the Other two Prnirie j took I'cderal prain opera- in their provinces ES well. RECREATION VEHICLE OPPORTUNITY DEALERS REQUIRED TO HANDLE SECURITY CAMPERS Security hai n top quality lino of camper unils very compelitively bufh In Canada, CSA ond CMHTTA approved. are required in moif major eenfici in central ond Southern Alberta. For completo information Contocl; MR. LARRY SHAW General Manager SHAW CMC TRUCKS LTD. 4620 Blackfool Trail S.E. CALGARY, PHONE 243-4201 COLLEGE BOARDS OF GOVERNORS James L. Fciler, Minister of Advanced Education, re quest! nominations for 1ns appointment of psrsoni lo serve on t.Se boards of governors of ihe Albsila public cDllogcs. The arc Ins colleces and Jho number of vacancies at each. 1. Grant MocEwan Community College (Edmonton) 2 Vacancies 2. Lethbridge Community College 1 Vacancies 3. Medicine Hat College 1 Vacancy 4. Mount Royal College (Calgary) T Vacancy 5. Red Deer College T Vacancy 6. Grande Prairis Regional College No Vacancies Nominations should provide pertinent information con- cernirg tho nominee's background and qualifications. Nominators should include their addresses. Appointments are normally for n threi-yenr period commencing July 1, T972. Nominniioris 0 Ff. double disc; 1 Dec-re J boi- lorn 1 dilchers; (I. hyd. scraper; ]_ 10 ft. Graham Hoeme chiiel ditch (iller; 8 jeclion1; diamond 1- Mar be 91 Iiarvtsler, repairs; 1 pipe trailer; 1 -beeI box; 1 tired wagon and Hal deck; 1 10 fl, Massty Horns double diic. SPRINKLER SYSTEM Including: -M-pipes, 40 fl. x 4 15-pipcs, 70 fl. r 5 ins.; 20 ft. 6 couplcn, elbows, vnlvci, ClC. MISCELLANEOUS Hyd. rams; sockcl scis; i" electric drill; electric grinder; viifij plastic pipe; pump; air lanVs; polls; tiancf tcoli, !hop 1ooli; propane boltle; scrap iron; rille; oil furnccc; fence plaslic siphon Tubes and many olhcr tniircllant oui ilemi loo numcroLfi fo lisf. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 1 Enlerprize electric and oil kitchen range; 1--Singer t fee trie sewing machine and stool; Chilian electric spin dryers; washer; Frigidnlro electric fridge; 1 electric radio, 1 shr-e pel iiher; 1 floor pol- isher; piece bedroom suilo, like new; nrrn chair; metal Id mg tnbinelr end chairs; beds; clolhei rarki; chemical toilefs; collectors ifemi; lorfle quantity ol misc. houiuholcJ elfocli in'luding dishes, poll, pani, blonlccts, etc.. r.'lc. ADDITJONAL LISTINGS OF CONSIGNED EQUIPMENT EXPECTED BV SALE DAY AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Come early at there nre lots of good household and miscellaneous ilerni on offer. The description ni lo condition or nt let forth on each item ii merely a rj'jide and rs in no way a war- ranty or guarantee, aclual or implied, Neither Ihe auctioneer or ihe ownrr nrn 'or nny Prrori In description OF condition iAIE CONDUCTED BY Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Box 1057, Lelhbridgc Office Phone 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERL1CH ED TORSHRR TONY PERLICH Lie. 010293 License 793 lie. 010292 328-9779 Phono 545-6452 Phone 338-3951 Lelhbridgo Island lelhhridge CALL NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16lh Avenue and M.M. Drive S., lethbridge Box 1234 Phona 328-8861 FORD RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM JAMES PIECHOCSd ESTATE Located 3 Miles East and Mllei North of BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 10 1 P.M. SHARP Termi Cash Lunch Served Having received initruclions from Ihe of thil Eslale, wa will sell at aucliorij Iho following ilemsi CARS AND TRUCKS lion, P B., P.S.., Radio, 289 V-8 molor. A good clean cnr; 1-1969 FORD FIDO Explorer Truck. Rndio, 3 spaed Transmission, miles. Good Condition, L-I10 Vj-1on I.H.C. Truck, in good running order, good lireij 1 KD-2 INTERNATIONAL i'i-lon Truck TRACTORS 1-JOHN DEERE 830 Diesel Traclor. Duol Hyds., P.T.O., Good Condition, Recenlly overhauled, new reor tires; 55 Gas Traclor wilh Hyds., good 1-CASE Gas Tractor, 3 point hikh wilh AC Fronl-end loader. Manure Fork and Bole Elevator. COMBINES AND SWATHERS 1-CASE Model 950 12 foot S.P. Swother in aood condition, 1-12 foot Pick-Up Reel; HARRIS No. 27 S.P. Combines with pickups; 1-MASSEY HARRIS No. 21 S.P. Combine; 1 -JOHN DEERE 13 foot P.T.O. Swohlcr. FEED GRAIN Approximately ?5 fons of Alfalfa hay; Approximately 1500 buslioli of 1971 Barley; Approximately 900 bushels of 1971 Oats. MACHINERY 1-1H.C. Model No. 47 Baler. Gcod condition; 1-INLAND Aulomalic Bale Slooker No. 501 (6 1-EVERSMAN 2 SO Hyd. Scraper; 1-EVERSMAN Lend Leveller; 1-KIRCHNER Ditcher; 1-MtYERS Ditcher; 1-MEYERS Dlkh filler; 1- GRAHAM 14 foot Chisel Plow; 1- 14 loot REN Rod Atlach.; 1-AUIS CHA1MERS 7 fool Trailer Mower, Like newj FERGUSON o bar Sido Delivery 1-Me- CORM1CK No. 30 Manure Spreader; 1-JOHN DEERE 14" Homermill, P.TO. on tronsporl; 12 fool Double Disc; I-I.H.C. 12 It. Model B Press Drill; I-MASSEY HARRIS 12 It. Wide Level wilh Seeder box; 1-MASSEY HARRIS 10 ft. One Way on rubber, power lilt; 1-McCOfiMICK 4 Bollom Plow; 1-NOBLE Blade Model A, 12 3 Poinl Hitch (cot Cultivator; 1-McCORMICK 14 II. Cullivalor; 1-16 (I. HAY.O-VATER Rale Elevnlor, on Ironsporl; 1-JOHN DEESE MLF 3 Row Crop Side Dressing Unit, up for o row Mika 1-COCKSHUTT 30 fl. 2-5 foot CROW FOOT PacVors; Lever Harrows wilh draw borr; ,foot SNOVVCO Grain Loader wilh 9 h.p. Briggs te Stralfon 1 16 foot MAYRATH Loader willi 9 h.p. mo'or; 1-HART EMERSON-VIKING fanning Mill; 1-8x16' Flal Deck Wagon; 1-6x12' Flol Dock Wagon. FUEL AND PROPANE TANKS 2 300 Gallon lanks; 1-135 gal. Portable fuel wilh pump; 1- SCO gallon Propone Tank. SADDLE HORSE year old Mare, grey, well broke and gentle MISCELLANEOUS 1-Slock IrougH with heater; Several feed bunVi, 5-Hy- ciroulic Rams; 1-Acetylene welder; 1-Proponc Torch wilh 25 Ib. bottle; Pump with Brings Slrallon molor; Charns; Shovels; Tools, elc.; Large quantity of scrap rrcn and salvage machinery. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Burner Propann Rangn; T- Small Pronane HfiTler; 1 Oil Hcolor; 1-ZENITH 20 ru. fl. Deeo Freeze; 1-SFSVEL Pronnne Rrfrigcrnlor; 1 chair; I Tele-vision sel; 1 tabln and 4 chairs; 2 1-Kilchen Cabinet; Diihes; Pots, Pans, etc. The description ai to condition or otherwise cs ict forth on each Mem ii merely q guide, and it in no way n warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither Ihe nuclioneer or Ihe owner are responsible for any errori in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Box 1057, Letharidge Office Phona 32B-39S1 For Furllior Informalion Phons AUCTIONEERS; JOE PERLICH ED TORSHER TONY PERLICH Lie. 010293 License 793 Lie 010292 32B-9772 Phone 545-6452 Phono 328-3951 lolhbridgo Eow Island, Albcllrp Iclhbndijo, Alberto ;