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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE UTHBRIOGE HERALD April 4, 1973 Women's prize list available from CNE The 1973 Canadian National Exhibition women's prize list is now available, free ol charge, for those interested in hancli- calendar of f f L local nappes The Hi Neighbor Club will held the regular dance this evening from to in Westminster School. Guest in- structor will be Al Schumaker, with traditional dances and fun dances. Everyone welcome. The regular old-time dance will be held in Fort Macleod at the G. R. Davis School Fri- day. Beginners' lessons from 8 to p.m. Dancing from to Lunch served. Chil- i dren under 13 admitted free i if accompanied by parents. j I The Sewers unit. McKillop UCW, will hold a rummage sale in Gym 2 of the civic centre j Thursday from p.m.! Faith Rebekah Lodge will hold an anniversary banquet Monday at p.m. in the Odd- fellows hall. The regular meet- ing will follow at 8 p.m. Mem- bers of Dominion Lodge and all interested Rebskahs are wel- come to attend. Please bring coat hangers for the Theto Rho j firls. craft competitions. Categories include wood carving, marquet- ry, leather, weaving, rugs and wall hangings, as well as pot- tery and ceramic sculpture and metal crafts. j In the home craft division, classes include quilt-making, knitting, tatting, crocheting and other interesting hobbies. Hundreds of dollars in prize i Money are offered in the CNE ypecial dressmaking competi- tion, introduced to the prize list only three years ago, but al- ready extremely popular. The competition is divided into three classes swats-wear, cocktail or evening dress, and Street dress. A special CNE trophy will be presented to the outstanding entry from any of the three classes on women's day at the exhibition, Aug. 21. j For baking enthusiasts there j are a multitude of classes, in- j eluding a special grouping for. juniors. I Special classes have also been arranged in various cat- egories for hospital inmates, homes fcr the aged, persons over tia years of age, and the work of the blind. Closing date for handicrafts is June 15, and fcr home baking, July 20. Prize lists and entry forms are available from the Cana- dian National Exhibition, Exhi- bition Park. Toronto MBfc-3C3, Ont. It's a dog's life Henderson Lake park is a good place to relax in the warmth of ths spring sunshine. Man's best friend, Cola, takes time out from chasing imaginary rabbits across the qrass and condescends to nibble a few peanuts from the hand cf one of her favorite humans, Dorothy Thomp- son, while Audrey Mcnt, right, looks on. HEADWAY: MAKE IT WITH A COURSE An interesting job a worthwhile income, a sense of security and well being; consider these for yourself as a motfer of course a training course. Enrollment dates are coming up fast; now's the time to act. But there's more good news: If you've been an A'berfa resident for the past 12 months or more, end ore now presently unemployed, you may qua- lify to take a course at this private institution FREE, under the Provincial Government Department of Advanced Educa- tion's Priority Employment Program P.E.P. CLERK-TYPIST COURSE 12-WEEK DURATION COMMENCES APRIL 9, T973 Register rtavf. Contact Mr. Arthur J. Plewes, G.C.T., Principal Phone: 327-3968 HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS LIMITED 202 Woolwerth Building IETHBRIDGE Male contraceptive developed the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON BOSTON (AP) Research- ers at Boston University have developed a biochemical test ceptive pills, which stops sperm Androgens. another hormone eel's production in male rats, but, maintains mating behavior, they say determines the prop- j or potency, the researchers said er balance of hormones to make j here. effective male contracep- j Dr. Charles Terner. an profes- tive piil which does not alter j sor of Biology, and his team male sex drive. published results of their stud- With the test, they developed j Jes in the March issue of the group, stimulate male sex char- acteristics and maintain sex drive. High doses ot androgens an inhibit sperm formation and not effect sex drive, but in exvrSmely high doses can vate latent prostate cancer in older men. a treatment, similar in com- i British Journal of Reproduc-' Researchers have been com- positkm to female contra- More Family page 22 tion and FerSlitv. i bining androgens with proges- Dr. Terner and his team de- veloped a biochemical test which measures the effects of anti-andrcgens directly on the body cells from which sperm cells develop. Dr. Ternar stresses that it may be years before the male is marketed for humans because much more testing is needed. He added that such a pill is needed to give men a wider choice of contraceptives and to take some of the burden of contraception from women. SIMPSONS bears Ladies' 3-pc. Pont Suits Reg. and 8 go-everywhere jjont beoufifuily slyied for toring y '73. The pen's ore flored i. Dry ciecri only, d jtindej in MXSS 10 18. srosr Houes 'n 9.30 a.m. O-ftr ond o m 900 Dr. Terner says the concept j tin or estrogen to produce anti- of chemical sterilization of the j androgens, hoping to get the ad- male is "not all that new. but j vantages of each type of hor- we developed a treatment and mone -while cancelling out the got it to work." Past attempts j disadvantages. at developing birth control pills j---------------------------------------- for men have had the ssrious j drawbacks cf increasing impo- i tency or overstimulating the prostate gland and making it PrSestin fe- sllnffle: Das to lack rf secretary of j male sex hormones which sup-} space in the Senator Buchanan j the provincial board. press ovulalion in women, can gyrraasium, the norihside la- i 1 dies' keep fit and volleyball i class will move back to Gal-1 ana out of town libido, or male sex drive, and wm "luve w i at tte llcme toeir son- estrogens can cause femimza-1braith scbooL I .daughter, Mr. and tion. WeeWhimsv Jennifer Sfjffich thft original art )Dr hftr Whimsy.. Sm3 vC'J-: '0 rrv- We apologize for this incon-! Mrs. Gary Peacock. Other visi- I venience, but unfortunately v.-e j cannot work around the equip- j Calgary, fment at Senator Buchanan. I The time will be the same j Anne Campbell and Teen Clef Tuesday 8 to w p.m. at Gal- Debby Schroter, i braith. QOOD Samaritan's Balm is a magical elixir which made Canadian history. It launched the registered "trade mark in Canada in 1861, being described as "good for asth- ma, bronchitis, croupe, quin- sey, neuralgia, rheumatism, chappad hands, frosted feet, corns, sprains, stiff joints, earache, toothache, burns, dysentery, chilbains. sore throats and, when massaged well into the scalp, head- aches." Definitely not a horse nib. Incidentally the trade mark cancelled a few years ago not because some powerful drug combine lob- bied itself silly trying to put the owner. Ransom Ir'win Andrews, out of business, but because Mr. Andrews did not make application to renew his trade mark. Dr. Morse and his Indian Next time a jeweller tells you your timepiece needs cleaning think before you lecp. If the watch was cleaned tvrhin the last three years, tell him nat to bother. Under normal conditions, according to the Watchmakers of Swit- zerland, one cleaning every three years is all that is needed. Since you can't see dirt in j Having problems in t h a t goad old mathematical maze known as the local supennar- j ket? Take heart, home ecano- mists at Agriculture Canada have come up with a con- sumer's cost calculator for comparison food shopping. Easy to operate, it will make you a whiz at price comparisons. You simply line up the quantity, inner circle, A couple of days ago I re- ceived thirly lashes with an unpaid bill from a reader who complained that one of my casserole recipes was very expensive. 1 hereby try to make amends by offering some- thing a bit less expansive. Potato Ham Casserole: cup chopped onion cup chopped green pep- per (optional) 2 tblsp butter l can condensed cream of celery soup M: tsp salt tsp pepper Root Pills for billiousness, in- digos! ion and for use as a regulator of the stomach and bowels come galloping hard on Mr. Andrews' heels to claim the second registration, swiftly followed by horse shoe nail markers and chewing to- bacco wrappers. The trade mark represents' a commercial reputation, and a good reputation is a valu- ab'e company asset. For in- stance, you'll probably recog- nize Kleenex. Coke, Pepsi. Kodak, Life Savers, Halo and so on. even if you don't know who makes these products. Copies of all trade marks, including Good Samaritan's Balm, are open for public viewing in Ottawa. If you are planning a trip east for your vacation, those early, leather- bound registers could be a point of interest. a watch, and watch doctors don't usually show it to you either, the one-clean eyery- three years is a reliable guide. Watch cleaning is not chsap. The average cost for cleaning and oiling ranges from for a regular model, to and tip for the more exotic types like self- winding, railroad, waterproof and electronic timepieces. with the price, outer circle, and an arrow points to the cost per unit. You can't beat that for simple mathematics. This efficient little gadget con be purchased from Infor- mation Canada, Publishing Division, Ottawa K1A OS9. Cost is 75 cents, payable by cheque or monsy order to the Receiver general of Canada. cup milk 4 cups diced cooked po- tatoes 2 cups diced cooked ham cup grated cheddaar cheesa Saute onion and green psp- per in butter until onion is transparent. Add soup and seescnings. Stir in milk grad- ually until smooth. Mis potatoes and ham in greased 1% quart baking dish, and cover with soup mixture. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Top %vith cheese and beat five minutes longer. Serves six. The music is lively, the eser- i cises invigorating. Come out for J an evening of keep fit fun this week. j The annual meeting of tht (provincial branch of the Vic-. torian Order of Nurses held in Lethbridge recently. Ada McEwen, the new tional director of the order, featured speaker. She reviewed the national operation of the VON on its 73th anniversary and discussed the increasing and varied caseload of the nurses- Bruce Defoe of Edmonton was re-elected president, and John Morgan of Leth- Kaiay Ponech. Marvel Harri- son, Elaine Gaszler and Bar- bara Peterson, recently attend- ed a concert by Lois Marshall j in Calgary. They were guests of the CBC. COMPLETELY REBUILT AUTOMATIC WASHERS DRYERS AS WELL AS SPIN WASHERS 90 DAY GUARANTEE Fairfield Appliance Services Ltd. 1744 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6884 We will also buy any RCA, Inglfe er Whirlpool automatic washers or gas dryers in need of repair for rebuilding. BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE MAPLE LEAF CHAPTER No. 7, O.E.S. AND LAUREL CHAPTER No. 43 O.E.S. will conduct a DAFFODIL SALE THURS.-FRI.-SAT. APRIL 5th, 6th and 7th IN AID OF THE CANCER CAMPAIGN BUNCH Daffodils will be on sale as follows: 2 to 8 Thursday and Friday and a.m. fo p.m. en Saturday of following businesses: Safeway 3 UMart I.G.A. Store, roton's, Stubbs Pharmacy, Morqvii Howen, 1 to 5 p.m. Friday at Hie following banVt: Royal BanV of Canada, Canadian Imperial tank of Commerce, Bonk of Montreal, Sank of Nova Srotio end Treasury Branch. SALE EFFECTIVE NOW THRU APRIL 14th SEW and SAVE! POLYESTER and SILK Ideal for Pan} Suits, Slacks, Shorts and all Summer Wear. Houndstooth Design Regular 6.98......SALE Geometric Design Reg. 4.98 SALE 3 .89 All hospTfarfc and ntming homei ere by veiling for worthwhile came. Cancer CAN Be Beaten Please Support This Daffodil Saltl STRIPED WAFFLE DESIGN POLYESTER SftU 4 .98 JUST ARRIVED NEW SEERSUCKER Popular again far Spring, in polyester and cotton. CHECKED POLYESTER SAU FOR OUR SEW and STRETCH CLASSES art now bring held. 6 starting V.cn., Apr. Monday and Tuwday 7-9 p.m. PtEASE IN STORE BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE ;