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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI LITHCXIDCE HHAID Sotvnhy, April H, LoioDose Pilh Reduce Clot Risk By KEN KELLV OTTAWA chest last Nor. 20 follow Ing an argument in a city beer parlor. greater safety without OKS of contraceptive etficieocj1." Dr. Jeffrey Bishop, head of >ie food aid drug directorate's cientific advisory bureau, and wo colleagues, Dr. R. G. B raham, ssi D. W. Snair, went England lasl March to tudy the British evidence. 'As a result, I and my scien- tific colleagues came to the con- lusion that, although the Bri- ish statement was not based on carefully-controlled study in ,hich all variables had been ex- luded, the data did indicate a rend of increasing risk of hrombosis (clots) with Increas- ing dosages of the estrogen component of oral contracep- Dr. Bishop said Friday. .Dr. Bishop and his group con- ulled the spetial advisory com- mittee established in January to study oral contraceptive safety and "this committee' supports our view regarding the trend re- rerred to." The committee will submit an interim report on (his aspect ol the safety at the pill at a meet- ing here late next week. The re- port then wifl be transmitted to all doctors in Canada. MOST ARE ABOVE Twenty-four out of 29 oral contraceptives in Canada coo- tain estrogen levels above 50 micrograros. One piD contains 150 micrograms hut is not usec solely as a contraceptive. Five pills have Jess than 50 micro- grams. Df. Bishop said that "in spite of [he trend of tocreasing risk i must be sliesaed that the aetua risk of the development of thrombosis in women taking (he pill is very sman." Various estimates place the risk in the region of five to 1 times greater than for women not taking the pin. In Dost hut ances the ebb hare been minor and trannent. The risk of death tram bbod clots in the lung to women on the pin Is abaot two in In mnta not on the pin, t is in Deaths from an risks of preg nancy, delivery nd tbe portpor turn period for an age groups run about 45 in Busy Airports Eye Light Planes FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST UTHMIDGE 309 7rh SrraM S. 33I-S54I rtiti It CtbifT, Rtd Dttr, Ednwmwi, Pnlrlt, Ltthbriact, kMicint Hat, Mantral Member Canada Dtposit Insurance Corporation BANFF (CP) Mounting congestion at major Canadia airports may force the goverr- ment to place restrictioos on operating hours of light au'craft using them, Ray Goodwin of Canada's director of civil aviation, saM Friday. "It might be necessary some tine in the future to restrict HELD IN ATTACK ON CHIANG KAt-SrTK'S SON Tzu-Tui Cheng, 33, left, and Peter Huang, 32, both of New York, transferred from 18th-Precinct police :ridoy night after being charged with murder. They wero orretted ot the 'loia Hotel where fired a at Chiang Ching-kuo, ton onJ heir apparent of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, as well as deputy premier of Nationalist China. Mew York Oct. James Zeide, right, foiled the (hot by hitting the gunman's arm. Voodoo Deal Stalled By JOHN VEST 9TTAWA (CP) A plan to rejuvenate Canada's home def- ence fighter squadrons has run nto unexpected delay at the cabinet level. The plan, drawn up by tbe efeaee department, would in- xrive swapping the present fleet of CF-101B Voodoo interceptors an improved version of the same aircraft from the U.S. About 96 of. the nuclear- equipped planes, Canada's con- tribution to tbe North American Air Defence Command, would traded. Canada would get hat many of tbe more adv- nced types hi return, plus pos- sibly about 10 extra roar him. Early in January, informed sources were predicting that the cabinet would act on the plan within a month or so. Howerer as .far as could be detenmnet Wednesday, the deal hasn't yet Men formally taken up by the cabinet. The delay is traced by some observers ki doubts among min- isters and in cades close to the cabinet about Canada's role continental defence, its nuctear aspect.' Inaction on .the Voodoo deal b related in some quarters to in- action on two other defence matters that haw been around even longer. SEEK REFUELING SITES One. of these is the U.S. re- quest, made nearly three years ago, for permission to use four bases as refuelling sites for Strategic Air Command lying tankers in an interna- ional enia goxy. The other, which has been on land in different forms since 1963, is a NORAD-Pentagon re- ipcfit that tbe base at North lay, OnL, be equipped for use Education Mill Rate Reduced RED DEER (CP) A 1970 public school tax rate of 40.57 milk, a decrease of 5.26 mills from 1969, was accepted by school trustees here. The figure represents 30 mOls for the Alberta Foundation Pro- gram and 10.97 mills for the board's supplementary requisi- tion. The board said it expect] to spend in 1970, a 12- peNcent increase over 19M. An earlier city council pro- posed mill rate for municipal purposes gives a total tax rate to date of 67.409 mills. Hospital rates were still to be set New revenues from the School Foundation Program make the mill rate reduction possible, school officials said. as an attenuate NORAD com- mand headquarters in the event (hat the nerve centre at Colo- rado Springs, Colo., is knocked out. by a Soviet missile. A U.S. embassy source said Wednesday both requests are "still and that Washington is }ust as interested as ever In having mem granted. However there had been no indication from Canadian authorities who they win be answered. Defence Minister Leo Cadieux is believed to favor the hpo pro- posals, as he is in favor of the Voodoo fwtp. There has been speculation that some cabinet ministers would Eke to see Canada get out of ks current nuclear rote in NORAD. Both the Genie missile used by Canada's three inter ceptor squadrons, and the Bom- arc missiles stationed at North Bay and La Macau, Que., hare nudear tips. The improved tin Canada would get under the proposed swap with tbe U.S. are surplus to American requi meats. The. present Canadian planes would'be converted-by he U.S. into recbhnaissaace air craft, for which the American air force has a continuing There would be a differentia some millMOs of more if the extra planesiwere Canada woul have 10 make up to the U.S. Technical Institutes, Colleges Plan Improved Communications EDMONTON- Stu- dents from Cana- dian .technical institutes and community colleges announced PLAN PRODUCTIO EVEN BIGGER SAYINGS ON BULK >ee Your 'Pool Gty Seeks To Avert BEW Strike RED DEER (CP) Repre- sentatives for 19 electrical win meet Hty council ay 4 In a final effort to re- tvf a contract dispute and ert strike action. Negotiations between the city nd the worker's bargaining gent, the International Broth- twod of Electrical Workers, algary local, have been unsuc- cessful on a contract to replace he two-year agreement that ex- ired st the end of 1969. The workers rejected a pro- rincial conciliation commission- rfecommendatioa for a cent wage increase two-year contract which would have provided Journey- men linemen with a ear salary in addition to over- tune. The employees of the ity's electrical utility vote) 18 o one in support of strike ac- tion. E. H. "Stark, fflEff business manager for the Calgary local, certain classes of aircraft tten Vf (heir style or performance they cannot fit iota the traffic he told delegates to the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association convention Mr. Goodwin said no ban Is anticipated but restrictions may have to be placed OB aircraft that are liable to cause undue delays in the traffic pattern. Frank Kennerty of Toronto, president of the member association, said then 'a no reason for small plants to be restricted., hetead, he said, the go eminent should establish an aircraft control system that segregate large and small air craft. Mr. Goodwin said a sugges- tion by 'Mr. Kennerty thi segregation can he achieved by creation of corridas for dse ei cheively by large planes hat merit but also limitations. The concept had ben successfully by the Canadian military but when it came to employing the idea in civil avi atioB Ihere were overwhelminj disadvantages. It created problems for troUers engaged in spacing air craft arriving and departing a airports and generally stowed up their operation. CUSTOMS SERVICE Jack Faucett, a department of transport official, said bud getary reasons were :behmate a central infoimation bu- :au in Saskatoon which will ct as a clearing house of in- formation for all' member schools. It will abo publish a newsletter. CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN CH.D TIMBO HAIL TONIGHT, SATURDAY I O'CLOCK A BlcKltwrt for till won Sotuidoy plui 2 7-Numtm JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Canh for or 29c tack Uocaltd Nixl la No. 1 Fireball) WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT Agro Exchange Men Arrive OIDS (CP) More than 200 members of the International Agricultural Exchange, have ar- rived in this centre! Alberta communily before starting worX on prairie farms. Mosl cf the members arc Tom Australia, New Zealand and Scandinavian countries, The exchange Is designed to young people experience In [arming methods of different areas. Hans. H. Kristensen of Copen Nagcn, coordinator of the as- socialion, said some of the farmers who agreed to accept exchange workers have cancel- led their plans because of the current prairie ecownnlc slitua- lion. Intercept Bombs SEATTLE (AP) Two bombs, one addressed to the While House and the other (o nations! Selective Service heart- quarters, were inlerccplcd nnd deactivated i n Washington, D.C., aftw being mailed from here, federal otticlali cay. ABOVE 12-flO ZERO AT SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Lethbridge 54 SI Medicine Hat.....68 34 Pincher Creek 23 .16 Edmonton....... 55 30 .01 Calgary......... H 23 Peace River ......48 28 .04 Banff......... 40 26 .06 Prince George 44 29 .03 Kamloops....... 55 33 Vancouver.......50 41 Peaticton........57 31 .06 Prince Albert 61 35 ,02 North BatOeford 57 36 Saskatoon....... 57 W Moose 59 35 .06 Regina ..-........57 43 .02 Winnipeg'........58 40 Thunder Bay..... 52 23 White River......39 28 .M Toronto 50 40 Ottawa 47 39 Montreal 49 31 The Chelsea by Society Brand Takes Shape Subtle waist suppression gives THE CHELSEA a 1rim, (it, athletic look. It will make Ihamostof your build. V See yourself In orw now, in Spring'4 newest fabrics, y People Going Places Quebec M Frederictoo 51 J7 46 St. John's, Nfld. S SYNOPSIS Arctic air pushing Into north- ern Alberta reguni is letting off rain and sBowshowen. Re- mainder of forecast district ia sunny and only mountain areas are expected to have showers, FORECAST Ltthbridge-Medicnw Btt Sumy with perMl .with arlenoon rifs In moontaln. pistiBg U M, Lew-bilk 25-45. Kooteuy, Orimabla Sunny except cloudy in tbe afternoon with a few showers both today and Sunday. First in many lo- cations tomorrow m o r aj n g. Winds light, rising at times lo southerly 15. Low tonight and high Sunday at Craobrook, 27 Shop men's DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STMET EDWARDS ROD WEEDERS AND CULTIVATORS for ipring, tummer and fall work ihivaton far chain driven re welder oltuchfntnt ROD WEEOER ATTACHMENTS FIT AIL CUITTVATOIB Mm DISENGAGES AUTOMATICALLY WHEN CULTIVATOR K UFTtO NO SlirfACI NO MUD lUUD-Uf GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA ATJ hlghwayi fai the Leth-l iridge district are bare and wt. lghM-ay 1 Canada Highway Calgary to Revel- stoke Is bare and in good con- dition. Banff Radium and 3anf( Jasper highways an bare and in good condition. Creslon Salmo highway Is bare and In good condition. Snow lirra or chains are re- quired when travelling in any mountain area. This includes ill skJ resort access roads. There Is B 75 per cent lead- ing restriction on the Mowing highways; Hlghwty 5 gralh to Cardston, Highway 24 from Vulcan lo the junction of Highway 1. Highway 61 from the junction of Highway 4 to Foremost. From one mile south of. Foremost lo Wanjberries and Highway 62 from Magrith to Del Bonila. Effective 7 a.m. Friday a 75 per cent loading restriction will be Imposed on Highway 3 from Fincaslle to Medicine Hat, PORTS 0V ENTRY (Opening ind Closing Cmitk, 14 hours; Carway i.m. to f p.m. MST, Chief Mountain closed. Del Bonita 9 a.m. to t p.m.; Roosevillc, B.C. t a.m. to p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 boun; Portttll-Hykertf I a.m. to nkttfat; Ugm Put, cknd lor winter, ;