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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? You pay no moro to deal through a tiavol ugont for ma do tilrocl wllh an airline. We ctin lliuo four at no oxtia cost, ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The letHbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Letlibridgc, Alberta, Saturday, August 19, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 30 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL ELDG. 740 1th AVE. S. PHONE 326-7121 "Do you have a ipars puir of glaisil lor holiday Counsellors will give birth control information 75y MAUI.fiNK COOKSHAW Stuff Writer 't! a rcc article on Iho "scuta 1 rcvo- lulion" quoL- ing .several extensive stu- dies, T i m c agazine said t c c n n K ctic rally -c woefully I ignorant about sex" particularly about the availability and use of con- traceptives. To overcome Mils problem fgr teenagers and for adults as well, literature offering in- formation cm hirth control and abortion has for some time been distributed free in Ixith- bridge by doctors, family .ser- vice workers, psychiatrists and .school counsellors. It appears that snch inform- ation is wanted and frequent- ly needed: GOO copies of an extensive magazine called Birth Control Handbook were placed In one LcUihridge po.st- scconclary education institu- tion during the summer, and within four days all books were gone and requests for more bad been received. "We must open our eyes to the said Jim Mac- Neil, director of student ser- vices at the Lcltibridgc Com- munity College, "It is essential that we dis- seminate fliis information. I'm not, to challenge the morals of the kids who come to me. If it comes down to birth control or n potential abortion, I wont them to know thR expen.se in human agony of an abortion. "In most cases, I try to refer them to their family doctors." The Birth Control Hand-1 book, provided lo Ixith LCC and University of IxMhrlclgo students, is ono which has been recommended by a num- ber of local physicians and gynecologists. Costs arc paid by the students' unions. While Iho handbook writers occasionally incorporate poli- tical comments, Iho 48-page Ixwklct in general covers ana- tomy, sexual intercourse, con- ception, venereal diseases, alwrtion, sterilization, and various contraception meth- ods. The book Is eblwratcly de- signed, with detailed sketches and photographs, and exten- sile surveys concerning tho effectiveness and risks of, var- ious methods of contraception. There are two types of oral contraceptives (birth control the combination type, which is n scries of identical pills taken daily for 21 days; and Ihc sequential type, which is a series o f two different types of pill taken on certain days of the menstrual cycle, one containing synthetic es- trogen, and one a combination of estrogen and progesterone. Sequential pills are gener- ally considered potentially moro dangerous because of Last in series the excessive amount of es- trogen hormono supplied lo the body. Briefly, the pills are effec- tive they mimic tho body's defence preg- nancy when already preg- nant, by creating a hormonal "pseudo-pregnancy" and pre- venting ovulation. Most side effects of the pill arc attributed to estrogen, and such effects as nausea, fluid retention and depression can occur. While in use, the pill is theoretically 100 per cent effective. The oral contraceptive is easily reversible. The preg- nancy rate uticn no longer on the pill is the same an for women who have never taken oral contraceptives and are attempting to become preg- nant. 'Die pill is available in Lclli- Ijridge on prescription after examination by a physician. The cost varies with the type of pill, but is on the average about for one month's .supply. There are three basic kinds of intrauterine device, most cf flexible plastic. The de- vice is inserted by a physi- cian into the uterus, where it can remain indefinitely and may be removed at any time by the physician. Side effects can include minor or severe cramps and heavy menstrual bleeding. Serious complications can be caused by the possible per- foration of the uterine wall by the IUD. The IUD is less effective lor women who have never Ireen pregnant than for wo- men children. Theoretic- al failure rate is 3.5 to eight per cent; failure rates tend, lo decline with further years of use. The contraceptive effect is completely reversible, and the IUJ) is inexpensive. IT The condom Is a slwaui worn on the penis during sex- ual intercourse. It has no ill side effects, and often helps to prevent venereal diseases. Tlie clinical failure rate is 10 lo 15 per cent. The condom is available from drug stores, pharmaceu- tical companies and family planning agencies without prescription. The average drug store price is to for three. diapSiragm and spermi- cidal jelly have a failure rate of iO to 20 per cent. The diaphragm is of soft rubber with s spring rim which serves as a mechanical barrier to fertilization. Each woman must be In- dividually fitted for a dia- phragm, and fitting should bo checked periodically. The wo- man inserts Uie diaphragm herself intercourse. The cost of fitting by a pri- vate doctor Is about to and less at a hospital or family planning clir.ic. Vaginal spermicides ore available as foams, creams or jellies, but the foams aro considered most effective and ea.fio.st to use. The spermicidc must not 1x3 inserted more than one hour before intercourse. Possible side effects are allergy to one or Feveral brands of spermi- cide. Failure rate is 15 lo 25 per cent. Cost is from .52.50 to for 25 applications, No prescription is required, and spermicides are available in drug stores. Tho rhythm method In- volves abstinence from sex- ual intercourse on those ol tho menstrual cycle when tho woman is most likely to pregnant. This may determined by the calendar or lemperatura methods, or a combination. The failure rate is 15 to 30 per cent. Coitus Inlerruplus, or with- drawal, is the Interruption of sexual aclivity before tha male orgasm. There are several defects In (he method; some men aro physically incapable of using it, and there aro possible psychological ill effects. Failure rate is 20 lo 30 per cenl. recommendation of most counsellors talking lo young people about birth con- trol will be an immediate visit to the family doctor, who will provide advice and a con- traceptive method. j JERRY POTTS LOOKOUT? The view from Jerry Potts Lookout on Highway 3, nine miles west of Lethbridge, en- compasses 20 phases of southern Alberta's hislory. It in- cludes Iho fort Benton Trail, Whiskey Gap and Immigrant minister of culture, youth and recreation has agreed to Gap on the international border, Old Chief Mountain tho erection of a special marker ot tho point. The name and tho site of tho lost Indian bottle. Horst A. Schmid, "Jerry Potts" is still not official. -Bill Groenen Photo PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6lh SI. S. and 1514A 9th Avo.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour icrvics tailoring blocking and leather procQsling Perfect pleat drapery processing Historic marker planned A special marker will er- ected to draw the attention of travellers to several historic landmarks which can seen nbont nine miles west of I-oth- bridge. Horst A. Sdimiit, Alherta minister of culture, youth and AIR CONDITIONING Alton Refrigeration ltd- For Ihe bcsl buy in Air Conditioning Phone 327-5B16 DR. R. J. BRIDGE D.D.S. whhes to announce tho commencement of his practice of FAMILY DENTISTRY At 105 Medical Dental Building 434 7lli Slrect South OFFICE OPEN TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone 328-2133 for appoinlmonK recrcalion, has promised that ho marker will he erected in inie for the celebration of the Centennial of the North West ifounted Police next year. Tom Kirkham, now a resl- of Calgary, conceived the dea ol the lookout. Mr. Kirk- iam was in Lclhbridfic, iml Is a mcmtxT of ono of jCthbridjjc's pioneer families. He. has been interested in the iHe for quite some time, and itis suggesting a marker "or the urea lo tho government or tho past six years. Mr. Kirkham thinks "history should be sold. Get H up Cor out) where people, d partic- il.irly young people, can see where it he said. He lins suggested the site he named The Jerry Polls Look- out, after Ihc man who led the Mounties to the site of Fort Mncleod in IU74. The .site (jives a splcnlid view of the vjilley much tif history of the soiilh was lived. The actual site of Fort Wfioop-Up c.nn Ix1 seen in the distance, Tinrl closer are (he lo- cations of two other whiskey forls, Ttio vicupoinl also looks out EAT Tantalizing Chinese Food O Lotus Sunshine Fried Chicken Delivered to your door stoaming hot No Delivery Charge for Orders over JUST CAU 8 T I I C 327-02.10 OR I i I I Frorn 327-2297 %ff CPR Dopol Open 7 a.m. 2 n.m. Sundayi -11 a.m. 9 p.m. ver several of the NWMP roils, historic Indian sites, the oute of tho first long distance clephono line, and the original tagccoach rovite with a slop- ing house and tho river cros- iiig point along tho trail to Tort Macleod. Anglo Dislrihiilors SERVICE CENTRE 119 5lh Street South Phono 326-6661 NOW OPEN Government licomod Tcclmicion Ropaki to Rocfloi, Tofovision and Taps Recordcn. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO College registrations up over last summer's figures Registrations (or the fallining aliead of last year b Two new Buddhist ministers Two new ministers, Rev. James 13 u r k c y nml Rev. Kasngi linvc joinwl Iho ministerial slalf of tho Honpa Bucklhist Clnirch ol Al- Ilcv. Biirkoy, v.'lio born in I'ei'll, Neb., has .served tlie iIcHust oburchos in Ontario, Oregon ar.d Arizona. He or- ganized I b c Marin County llnddlii.st Cluirch in Mill Valley, Calif. Rev. Rurkoy n niem- r of Hie Budrthi.sl in Salt. Lake City, Utah in IMS. He received bis "Tokmlo'1 in 1939 at (lie Portland Church, and his "Kyaslii" in at l.lic Nishi Hongangi Terapln in Kyoto. Rev. Kasatfl w a s born tn TipoKliini.i, Japan, lie received his education. lie Sratlnated from Ryokokn Uni- versity with n IJA in Hncldln'st .studies in March 1071. He re- ceivcd liis "T o k ud o" nixl "Kyoshi" at the Nishi Hongangi Temple. The Honpa Rnddhisl Church of Allxrta is Irxiking forward lo tho development of the Jorto Shin Shu tc.ieliing with the new stjiff nr.d Kcv. T.e-ilio Kawai rmira, local mini.ster. semester at the Lethbridge Community College aro run-' Peigans new ORRPC members The Peigan Indian was given a permanent mem- Ixirship in the Old man River Ilcgionnl Planning Commission Ttiursdny. The reserve Ihe 33rtl member of Ihc commission. Tlie ORRPC is the only plan- ning commission in Canada which is an official planning agency for an Indian reserve. Tlie federal department of Indian affaris and northern de- velopment will pay GO per cenl of Ihe mimirtl fee for planning services. The province pays the GO per cenl share for oilier members. about 16 per cent. This week's figures show 80 students have applied for firs year courses as compared v-'il 696 at the same time last year Students who are entering the second year at LCC don't to apply, so college administra tors are reluctant to pr diet how many students tually show up on registratio day, which is Sept, 5. However, officials are con! dent that last year's cnrolcm: of will be equalled or su passed this year. Instructors returned campus earlier this week make preparations for the fa semester. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Lcvol MEDICAl DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 337-2822 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC ScliwarU Bldg. 321 Slh 51. S. Phono 328-4095 WINDOW COOLERS BTU BTU BTU LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE CHARLTON and HILL LTD. AIR CONDITION CENTRE OF THE SOUTH 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 Flower shows on all weekend By CATHIE RET! Herald Slaff Writer The whole Exhibition Pavil- n is being used for the Leth- ridge and District Horticullur- Society flower shows I Ms eekencl, and "it's aid Stephanie Wolstoncrolt, ethbridge society secretary. Included in the show is tho Oth annual Lethbridge Horti- ullural Society show, the 18th annual provincial show and the anadian Gladiolas show. More than 500 entries have xjen received for competitions, ith a large percentage of icm centred around gladiolas, tace the National show is be- ng held in Lethbridge. But there are entries of every dnd of flower "from A to aid Mrs. Wolstoncroft, "to make the show one of the larg- st we've ever had In Lelli- iridge." Included In the displays are :ut flowers as well as potted slants. Tea will be served at the pa- ilion by local society ladies, and films of flower gardens will te running continuously. There is also a junior garden- er section, with entries coming Lethhridge and Sunnyside youths. They will be showing ,'egetables and vegetable sculp- tures, such as iitlle men made out of carrots and potatoes. Judging was today from noon until 2 p.m. The displays will be open for public viewing at p.m. today and stay open until 10 p.m. Admission price Is 50 cents. A banquet mil ba held this evening at 5, and Mayor Ander- son will officially opening the show at 7 o'clock. Awards will be presented Sunday at 2 p.m., with a tour o! tlie city for out-of-town per- sons following. A Gardener of the Year is to be named by persons who have held the title in past years. The best arrangement of flowers will be awarded the Dr. J. S. Stew- art Memorial trophy. The displays will be open for viewing Sunday from 1L a.m. to 9 p.m., ending with an auc- tion of several of the plants. Enjoy Your Camping Trip With Specials! 3 LB. POIYESTSR FILL SLEEPING ROBE Siie Reg. SPECIAL 1 S-VB. POLYESTER FILL SLEEPING ROBE Size Reg. 1 Q OO SPECIAL 17.77 DOUBLE AIR MATTRESS Size Reg. in OC SPECIAL ____ 10.73 MODEL 101 LADDER TYPE AIR MATTRESS Size Reg. -I QQ SPECIAL Drs. Steed, Selk, Strong and Evans DENTISTS wish to announca the opening of their NEW OFFICE at Iho Family Medical Dental Centre 3931 20ln Avonvis S. (Norlh of Woolco) PHONE 328-2316 Call Sporting, 327-5767 SMILEY'S PLUMBING CLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED Phone 32B-2176 DOWNTOWN MRS. EUGENE ENGLEHART (Noe WENDY ANDERSON) Another Beautiful Bride ;