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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ Friday, August 6, 1971 tvincy Former dictator's daughter to try for presidency j BOGOTA (AP) Tlis daugh- ter of former diclator Gustavo Pinilla is expected lo be a Colombian presidential can- didate in 197-1 n-ilh the backing of the powerful Rojas political organization, which she runs. The possibility of her winning does not look remole. Maria Eugenia Hojas de Mor- eno, 3G, is regarded as the main architect of her father's 12- year-old Popular National Alli- ance, or AN'APO. She also is a national senafr H'ith her own political following, which calls her the ''people's captain." Although ROJ..S Pinilla is still the ANAPO's biggest attrac- tion, his age 71 and a LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By EVA BREWSTER COUTTS, ALBERTA If ycu did not read last week's Campus Cornel', please bear with me for a minute for I have to eat my words or. at least, some of them. Whilst basically true at the time of writing, by the time it appeared in print, the government had more than made up for the original prob- lems their Travel Counsellors had to face. They had been paid, received their uniforms ar_d their permaneu'. tee-pee shaped tourist lulls were con- structed or almost ready. There are two vital reasons for this statement apart from righting a wrong. The first and most important is the embar- rassment my article caused to the students involved. In a heated discussion it vr a s brought home to me just how much their understanding of democracy differs from mine. The student I talked to ac- cused me, not only of meddling in affairs which do not con- cern me, but even of jeopard- izing her future. I sincerely believe that any difficulties encountered in gov- ernment projects are public concern. There are too many people afraid to say what they think lor fear of reprisals, es- pecially young people. This, to my mind, is the most valid vindication for having written my original article: To show what democracy is all about. Whilst, under a dictatorship. T might not only lose my job for my candid comments, but also my life or liberty, in a democ- racy' every citizen has the right to honest criticism. Here, the government will strive for im- provements in its performance. This has been proved time and again and I wished the same were truj for all sections of so- ciety coming under1 the justi- fied criticism. This brings me to the second point 1 wished to make: When I said the government had "more than made I mean just that, for it cot only corrected the original short- comings of the tourist counsel- ling scheme, it also took up the cause of the eight studen'.s who were accused by the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta of being "fre- quently rude and often ignorant of the area in which they were supposed to counsel." Even had I not been assured in two separate interviews with their officials that previous statements did NOT apply to all the girls, 1 would have said going by the evidence avail- able that they were lacking good judgment. Having ac- cepted these students for fur- ther training until such time as their permanent huts would be ready, surely their inexperience and shortcomings could have been dealt with efficiently with- out all this petty publicity, in- jurious more to the image of tlie TCASA than to the students. The odds of eight out of eight students being rude and ignor- ant are about as high as win- ning a million dollars in a sweepstake. I have talked to a number of tourists who got in- formation from these girls and they had nothing b u t praise for their friendly and willing assistance. Why then all this adverse criticism? It leaves the impression of an over-in- volvement with politics, paro- chial attitude and the influence of the mighty Dollar. (The views voiced in the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, bin are a reflectioo of the slmlml's opinion.) chronic heart condition make him an unlikely candidate for 1974. El Espectador, an influential Bogota newspaper, says a vic- tory for the ANAPO in the pres idential elcctioa is inevitable unless feuding factions in Col- ombia's :wo traditional parties resolve their differences. Rojas Pinilla rulcct the coun- try for four after a coup in 1953. Trying for the presi- dency again in an election last year1, he lost narrowly. The victor. President Misael Pastrana Borrero, was the can- didate of Cobmbia's two tradi- tional pai-tics. Liberal and Con- servative, which have domi- nated the country's politics for a century. Maria Eugenia has avoided making any clear indications in public about her plans for 1974. But she is reported to have said to friends: "If India and Israel are new ruled by women, why not and out o, lo wn Mrs Ken Iladlington and Mrs. W. A. S. Johnslone enter- tained at :i miscellaneous shower at the home of the lat- ter, in honor of Margaret Welsh Isidu clcel of August 21 it. Contests were enjoyed during the evening by the gucsls. Miss Welsh was pre- sented with a cli'toraled basket, containing many lovely gifts for her new home. A lunch brought [he evening to a close. Mr. and Mrs. W. A S. .lohn- stcne have had as their guests, Miss Caiol Johnslone, niece of the former and a friend, Miss Li? Preston, both of Edinburgh, Scotland Mrs. Pear! Foster, sister of the is also a house guest from Idaho Falls, Idaho. calenda ideal luilWKi The Voice of Alberta Wcmcn's Eonc'y will meet at pin. in the Lcthbridge Friendship Centre lo discuss a workshop in September, and also lo evaluate. SING AT HOME The Sanderlings, a leenage sing- ing group from St. John's Nfld. practise Iheir pop songs in the living room of Mrs. Katnerine Harrington who started the grcup in 1964. The seven-member group which includes three of Mrs. Harringlon's own children, cut their first album this spring and nine of the songs are original Canadian compositions. TWO Future promises new improved conlraccplives Population pressure initiating research SCHOOL TIME Order World Book for your home now. MAIL ORDERSl Tick off the selections you want and icnd la us. You'll receive your records for only each. add 15c postage on orders and under. 1. NEVER ENDING SONG OF LOVE-Delaney, Bonnie and Friends 2. SWEET CITY WOMAN-Slampeders 3. WHO DO YOU LOVE-Tom Rush 4. INDIAN Raiders 5. MEND A BROKEN HEART-Bee Gees 6. IT'S TOO LATE-Carole King 7. RAINY DAYS AND MONDAYS-The Carpenters 8. WHEN YOU'RE HOT, YOU'RE HOT-Jerry Reed 9. SATURDAY MORNING CONFUSION-Bobby Russell 10. I'VE BEEN MOVED-Andy Kim 11. UNCLE ALBERT-Paul McCartney J 12. WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW Abraham, Martin and Clay Worry about the long- term safety of the pill has spurred scientists in Uicir search for a risk-free con- traceptive. On the horizon morning-after pills, and operations to re- verse sterilization. This re- port, the second of two arti- cles details these new ilcvel- oomcnls. By ALTON BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Kriitor BETHESDA, Md. (AP) Population pressure is igniting an explosion of research- fuelled by imagination and dol- lars lo develop n c w and completely safe and effective methods of bivlh control. It promises new pills beyond the present pill, and improved devices, and it is prompting a volunteer army of men to un- dergo sterilization, with future promise of sterilization tech- niques, for men and women, that could be reversed. And totally unexpected dis- coveries may turn up. "The research people arc quite imaginative these says Dr. Philin A. Corf man, director of the Centre for Popu- lation Research of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development here. The centre spent S23.1 million this fiscal year lo support popu- lation research. SPUR FOR RESEARCH Some spur to expanded re- search stems from worry about long-term safety of the pill, with authorities disagreeing whether the increased risk associated, for example, with blood clotting warrants giving it up. Last year, funds were doubled for re.searcb in evaluating Ilio effect of oral contraceptives, to S3.5 million, in a program di- rected by Dr. John Schrogie. a clinical pharmacologist. This 1 year, the program will spend i about ?4.3 million, mostly for research on the pUl. i Tlie three main avenues of re- .search into new methods of i hiilh control involve drugs, sler- I Uizatioi and devices. I On new drugs: One is the minipill, containing only a small amou l of the female hormone.' to prevenl a fertilized egg from 1 the severing of lubes Ihrongh Jaime Zipper of Ihe University progesterone, and free of Ihe cs- becoming implanted in the wall; which sperm [ravel, and about' of Chile that the element copper trogen which is blamed [or of th- ulei 115 or wumb It's been j 75 per com of people volunteer-1 exerts an anti-fertility elfed. I causing the clotting lendency in called effective even if (alien a i ing for surgical sterilization now the current pill. The experi- few days after insemination has HAZEL McKENZIE Lefhbridge, Alberta 526-4213 Collect mer.ts include putting a year'.- occurred. Unriesired side effects are men, sajs Ihc Association for Voluntary Sterilization. supply of progesrrone in a Pi- are a hurdle to its general use. A simplified operation [or lastic capsule, which is ini-, Other researchers report high Konimi, with instruments in- planted under the skin, (here lo promise from injections of hor-1 serted through two tiny inci- release a liny amounl of hor-; mon s once every three or six sjons jn (nc Abdomen, severs mone claiiy. nun i fallopian ol Another is Ihe mormng-altci- sirrilif.iition: Last year.. eggs coming from the pill, a large dose of estrogen, o'- .0 men voluntarily under- and involves only a few hours progeslln which apparently acts sterilization by vasectomy, lime a hospital. Inlrautcrine devices: .IL'Ds have found some increasing popularity, and improvement: in design. one major devel- opment the discovery by Dr. 50TH ANNIVERSARY The 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson was celebrated recently in Nonaimo, B.C. A former employee of and resident of the City of Lethbridge, ihe couple was married in telhbridge June 21, 1921 in (he Salvaiion Army Citadel by Slaff Captain, Bristow, of Edmonton, The anniversary was celebrated by a wedding cake with a 50-year symbol on top. Harry Wilson, iheir only son, and another former telhbridge resident, Mrs. Slan Robinson, took Ihe couple lo dinner aboard I he Princess Mary Restaurant Vessel. Surprise receptions were held of Iheir home by ihe Sal- vation Army Home League, and at ihe Kozy Korner Coffee Shop by the slaff and neighboring friend; LEARN TO PLAY A GUITAR THIS SUMMER! CLASSIC GUITARS REDUCED FROM. 10 50% Off Reg. Prices CLUB SERIES GARNET AMPS REDUCED BUY NOW AND SAVE! Large Selection of 45 LP RECORDS 250 EACH OR5 1.00 L LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDC., LETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS................................ love is... writing lore letters on the heath. AUGUST WHITE SALE TiME CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, AUG. 6fh-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOTS NUMBERS 4th ond 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR St.00 OR 25c EACH LUCKY DRAW Persons Under 16 Yearl Nol Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB WOMEN I.KAD TAIPEI, Formosa There nrc more jobs for wo- men college graduates in For- I mosa than foi men, according lo the Formosa provincial I serial affairs department. AT GOLDEN DOLPHIN BATH BOUTIQUE 104 Centre Village Mall Phone 327-1323 t-l Hey Kids There's Still Left to WIN A CARLTON CRIT! 10-SPEED TOURING BICYCLE Exactly as Shown Above Valued at ABSOLUTELY FREE Jusl mail your name, address nnd phone number along with 6 BOTTLE CAPS or MIXED al Ihc following great FANTA DRINK PRODUCTS to Box 5000, Lclhllridge, Allierta: FANTA CHANGE SPRITE FRESCA ROOT BEER Enter as often as you wish Sec Ihc bikes displayed al Bert and Mac's Cycle Ltd., 3rd Ave. S., Lclhbridge. TAB GRAPE CREAM SODA GRAPEFRUIT GINGER ALE 5 BIKES LEFT 5 DRAWS Next draw will be made August 7lh nnd every Saturday for 3 more weeks. (Winners will be announced each week.) Our 1 winners to date arc-: I ANDREW TETERIS-Lethbridao DOUGLAS FOULKES-Tabor Be a winner with FANTA ORANGE PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD, AUTHORIZED BOTTLERS OF COCA COLA ;