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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LFTIIBRIOGE HERA1D Wedndldoy, Aujuit 30, 1972- grab MAUREEN JAMItSON Nostalgia, nccorcUiig to the department of con- sumer affairs, is responsible for revival of many of the so-called medicinal foods of the good old days. And they strongly disapprove. lilackstrap molasses has iron but little else, they tell us. It. can't euro ulcers, cancer, varicose veins or arthritis. What's more, brewers' yeast and wheat germ are by no means the most economical ways of ohtainim: protein and the B vitamins. Garlic will nol cure intestinal disorders, tuber- culosis or pneumonia. Neither will it prevent aging or cancer. Honey, while a good source of energy, is nutri- tionally negligible, and there are many cheaper ways of obtaining 'Vitamin C than through rose hips. A -k It's a phml. plaid world for today's woman, says Canada's own fashion leaders. Apparently we will b3 wearing plaid in dolman sleeves, tent coals, smock top- pers antl other styles lifted from Hosie the Riveter of the liUOs. Short dresses and man-tailored pantsuits will also be around in gay abundance. In the evening, we're with it, we'll he sporting the long, sophisticated skirt or the nrw flnor-stretelling Uirtlencck. In these days of chauvinism, we have to be care- ful lo liberate equal space to the Other Sex. This fall, say the pundits, men are eyeing "correct" mixtures in glenclircks, plaids, gtm-cluhs, houndstoolhs (or is that houndsteeth'.'i and overcliccks. The fine flannel suit will also ml a big dash. And still on the subject of our favorite fellers a few flecks of grey in the old sideburns lend a dinstinguished look, but many of our more mature male swingers get the blues about the greys. Clairol recommends a squeeze lube containing non-drip gel as a SUIT cure. Applied gradually over a period of weeks, color change is naturally less noticeable. TV Frnm Toronto comes news of the Mini-Maid four-pound portable dishwasher powered and operated entirely by water pressure. No motor, no mechanical parts, "no "electricity, and above all, no vibration. Fit: on counter lops and into kitchen cupboards. It seems we've put Mrs. Pat Mialkowsky out on n limb. Mrs. Mialkowsky. 1410 Edward Ave., Saska- toon, Sask. S7K 3B1, is distributing those recipe books crammed with great Ukrainian cookery classics. She's been swamped with letters asking about price. For your information, the book costs just -k And finally, I'm planning to add up the cost of broken nails and chipped polish and send a bill to that, phone company you know, the one that keeps telling us to let our fingers do the walking! BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY cU P.M. JacVpot In 56 Number! 12 Gamet tn 7 Kumbeil Bth Gamoi Doubled Tn 7 Numbcrl 5 Cordt 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPOMSORED BY THS IOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE DOROTHY CLOCK and DAUGHTER MUSIC STUDIOS Corner of 6th Si. and 7th Ave, S. DOROTHY GIOCK, A.T.C.M., R.M.T. Teacher of Pfano, Singing and SYLVIA tANTZ (nee A.R.C.T., R.M.T. of Vancouver Teocher of Piano, Theory, Harmony, Hiitory For information phone 327-3839 THE SERVICE IS TERRIBLE Sure hopo nobody really plans on catching the olo No. 2 a-way down here! The wait might be a long one, considering This bus stop is situated the middle of nowhere, adjacent to the river bottom police firing range. Korber, photo Problems arising from vasectomies Anyone can loam techniques TM strives for unbounded awareness WASHINGTON fAP) A Syracuse, N.V., doctor reported (oday that evidence suggests men who undergo vasectomy operations not only risk per- manent sterility bu t in crease the chances of contracting mul- tiple sclerosis and arthritis. But Dr. John Bernard Henry cautioned that his findings stilt were inconclusive and said he hoped his report "wi'l not bring vasectomies to screeching The vasectomy operation Is the widely-used technique In which surgeons close off the two tiny ducts that carry the male spcrmatazoa. Since tho spcrma- tazoa can no longer escape, the result f-. male sterility. New op- erations re-opening the ducts have proved successful In re- storing fertility in about 25 per cent of the cases. Henry, director of clinical pathology ot the Upstate Mcdi ca E Centre, New York Stat t S06 4lh AVENUE SOUTH TEL: COLLEGE MAIL _ 201h AVE. MAYOR MAORATM DRIVE TEL; 326-7011 University, said new evidence suggests that vascctomy might! cause permanent without the second oper- ation. DANGER OF CLOTS He said the findings also sug- gest that men who undergo va- sectomies might bo in danger of increased vulnerability to multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, or blood clots in the veins of the year or two nfter the operation. Tho men also might have special trouble with the rejec- tion of foreign tissue if they un- dergo kidney or other organ transplants, he said. Dr. Henry told the 25th an, nual meeting of tho American Association of Blood Banks lie had found .suspicioiLSj poten- tially cell-destroying "anti- bodies" in tho blood serum of nine of 12 men who have had va- sectomies more than a yem ago. He said this raJ-sod tlie possl bility that many men who un- dergo the operation may be- come destructively allergic to their own spcrrn, HcraM SIMI Writer IVunsccudwital meditat ion is come to I.ctnbridge, with n (irst lime centre opened lost vwk, and instruction in full wing. nn Backs, a 'I'M teacher studied under Maharishi Iihcsh Yogi, initiated tlie centre n c-onitntction with tho HLudeuts iTiiiitional Meditation Socic- which is it of tlie In- rriiiitional Meditation Socicly. Miss Backs underwent exten- ivc training sessions, lasting ID weeks each, for the past .hrcD years under the supervis- ion of tlie Maharishi. She said she initially ntteml- yi the Maharishi International University in Spain, and later moved to Fiuggi, Italy, lo con -inue her studies. Her choice ot Lethbridgc as silo for her own TM centre came from a desire lo "live city this and a realiza- tion Lcthbridgc had no other Til teachers or centres, unlike her hometown of Cal- gary. At the present time, the cen- tre is located on the main floor of Miss Hacks' home, 5H8 12th St. A N. "Wednesday Ls usually set aside for said Miss Backs, "which 1 give at differ- ent schools throughout the city. "On Thursdays, 1 give prep- aratory she saiil, which go itito {lie mechanics and origins of TM. Saturdays are usually for group instruc tion." TM instruction consists of seven steps; introductory let lure, preparatory lecture, a per- sonal interview, and four con- secutive days of one hour in- struction. After these steps have been taken, Hiss Backs said a per- son Is "capable of meditation, antl can continue the practice at home." Meditators spend a minimum of time in TM, as a period of 13 to 20 minutes twice daily is all that is required.. Monthly quality checks are used in order to keep the modi tators at a constant high level Miss Backs said "any person who h a s meditated for months is capable of checking another." Children may begin mcdita- iving tion nt the age of 10 with' a time limit of 10 minutes per day. 'Iliis time is extended as thcj child grows, until the max- imum adult limo is achieved. Hacks said Uicre is a great deal of interest in TM in lhbriclfjc, and approximately 35 meditators in the city. The techniques and purposes of transcendental meditation arc "completely natural and and can be learned by she said. Miss Bucks explained that TM "utilizes ihc natural tend- ency of (he mind lo look for more .satisfying and fulfilling tilings." Through a "completely mec- hanical and systematic method" TM teaches Lha individual to "Uilie thoughts to finer ant: subtler levels, to the point of origin, or Uic reservoir of crea- tive she said. It is from this reservoir that all creativencss comes, and cncc allows the person lo realize and n'-c the full poten- tial of his mind. TM touches four areas of Correction Tn a recent interview Ms. Pam Madsen, lecturing with the department of con- tinuing education at tho Urn versity of the num- ber of men In tho House of Commons should have read 263. Also the statement "a large proportion of women In Canada are on welfare" should have read "a large proportion of the people on welfare In Canada are women." We apol- ogize for any misconception which may have arisen duo to these errors. ifc, said Miss Backs, which In- clude achieving tho full poton- iftl of (ho nuad. It nffccls joaltti, and social behavior and KIS implications for world peace. TM itself is the revival of n ancicfi'. Indian wisdom, wlucli vtis passed traditionally from na.stcr lo master, and is now jeiny brought to the world hrough the- teachings of tho vfahnrishi. "The sole purpose Is to bring TM to said Mis.i Jacks, a nd I he ai m Is for vorldwide peace. "Peace is brought to Die In- dividual." She bald TM has pro- duced mark CM j changes In Indi- viduals, releasing them from 'tension, and brings clarity of perception and un- awareness-1' 'TM has been caHccI rourth major state of conscious- she said, lfnlong with waking, dreaming, and deep sleep. 'In TM, tho mind i.s extreme- ly alert and the body Is In n state of deepest rest." Following a session of medl- [ation, t h e person emerges more rested than nfter n Ml night of normal sleep. She said through the practice of TAJ, tho individual will ex- perience "increased perceptual ability, learning, memory and full awareness." "TM develops the individual more completely, rounds out all aspects of life, and makes you happier ant] more fulfilled from she 'It's not just something to talk about; it's n way of life." LYNN BACKS Personalized WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY: Tin1 Uthln-'utgc Herald PRINTING LITHOGRAPHING Cor. 7th St. Stli Avc. S. Phono 327-3203 Muscle replaced by motor N E W B U n Y PORT, Mass. (AP) Tho Deer Island draw- bridge over the Mcrrimac OVER 260 STORES COAST TO COAST TO SERVE YOU BETTER. The Sewing Basket COLLEGE MALL invites you to ENROLL NOW WE GIVE OFFICIAL LESSONS SEW-KNIT-N-STRETCH CLASSES CLASSES STARTING BASIC B MONDAY AFTERNOON Sept. 1 1th 2 to 4 pm. TUESDAY EVENING Sept. 12 7 lo 9 p.m. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Sept. 13 1 lo 4 p.m. THURSDAY EVENING Inter in Oit. 7 9 LINGERIE TUESDAY AFTERNOON I? 2 lo 4 ii.m. MEN'S WEAR WEDNESDAY EVENING Sept. 13 7 fo 9 p.m. I Clip and Mail Application Nnmo Phono Number Dale of Clnss you Boiic f! Onto Da1o vish To I The Sewing Basket College Mall Phone 328-8414 LETHflRIDGE, ALBERTA TIK 225 River ha.s at bowed t o modern technology. A motor Is to he in- stalled to open tlws bridge, end- ing a quaint system of sweat nnrl delaya that occa- sionally tourists hul more often put motorists into a blue; rage. At tho moment, the 120- foot, pound is laboriously opened by a teatn of eight men pushing sleet bars round nnrl round a capstan. It lakes 20 minutes In open the bridge and 20 minutes lo it. 'Jlie motor will cut the to less than two minutes for each operation. Ami one man will be able to do it all, just by pushing a button. BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL Phantom 20% OFF SPECIAL IN EfFECT AUG. 31 TO SEPT. 9 PRIMROSE SHOP 313 6tli St. South Phono 327-2244 Open Thun. and FrI. Till 9 p.m. PcnnutR and pcnnut liuttcr arc an cxcotlnnt smirco of niacin, impDrtnnt for KrowtJi, roprwiuc- firm and lor ttio normal function of tho tract ;