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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Family poultry and egg costs down in most centres f Consumer prices highest in Vancouver Surgeon links breast cancer to the pill England A leading British surgeon warns that es- pecially younger ones are risking breast cancer by tak- ing contraceptive pills. Challenging the latest research findings on the safe- ty of the Ian head of the breast clinic at London's Charring Cross personally fear that the carcinogenic cancer caus- ing hazard may be much greater than we would all like to He dismissed as premature the recently published in- depth study of pill safety by Britain's Royal College of General which virtually cleared it of major health charges. It might be 20 years before the full long- PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGEELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THUBS.-8 p.m. term effects are Burn said at a conference here of the British Medical Association. is too much loose use of the pill for contracep- tive purposes in the he said. should dis- courage young women from taking it for long periods of time. These women are un- known quantities at this stage of their But Sir Richard the medical statistician who helped draw up the recent report on the said there is absolutely no evidence that it either causes or helps prevent breast cancer. If Burn has such he should publish he said. Burn told the assembled doctors that pronouncements by statisticians on the safety of the pill carry a hollow data are premature to make any decision about breast Indications are that the dis- ease is occurring at an earlier age than before and that its in- cidence in Western countries is increasing. OTTAWA A 1.5-percent increase for consumer prices in Vancouver during June was the highest of the increases recorded that month by Statistics Canada in 14 cities. Winnipeg had the lowest increase with the consumer price index eight-tenths of one per cent higher than it was in May. The transporta- tion and recreation-education indices rose in all cities surveyed and health and per- sonal care costs increased in all but Que- bec City. Despite the higher food Statistics Canada said on the weekend that poultry and egg prices were down in most centres in June compared with May. The figures for the various cities were released'nine days after Statistics Canada reported an 11.4-per-cent over-all in- crease in the consumer price index between and last the largest annual increase since the Korean War. Following are the price increases by city during June for all goods and the major index housing and St. All 1.3 per one per 2.1 per and 1.1 per cent. All 1.3 per 2.4 per nine-tenths of one per and 1.2 per cent. Saint All 1.3 per 1.2 per 1.3 per and seven-tenths of one per cent. Quebec All 1.3 per 1.3 per 1.9 per and eight-tenths of one per cent. AH 1.2 per seven-tenths of one per 1.7 per and 1.4 per cent. All 1.3 1.4 per 1.2 per and 1.2 per All 1.3 per 1.8 per one per and six-tenths of one per cent. N Thunder Bay. All 1.3 per one per 1.4 per and 1.1 per cent. All eight-tenths of one per three-tenths of one per 1.3 per and nine-tenths of one per cent. and Regina All one per four-tenths of one per one per and eight-tenths of one per cent. HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services Nmd Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. Argentine develops nicotine-free cigarette BUENOS AIRES It looks like a cigarette. It tastes like a cigarette. It smells like a cigarette. But it is made of tobacco-scented potato without the health hazard of nicotine. A new smoke is expected to be on sale in Argentina within six months. The man who developed the nicotine-free cigarette is Argen- tine chemist Gregorio a 54-year-old chain smoker. married with two says of bis of supplying potential suicide cases with real bul- we shall be giving them blank He started his research six years ago and two tobacco manufacturers have backed the project. A factory soon will be built in southern Buenos Aires he said. idea arises from the fact that in Argentina potato leaves are thrown away. Before each the leaves are cut Residues are elminated through a process. The leaf's texture becomes identical to the tobacco leaf and is ground in the same way. With a little added tobacco it tastes like tobacco. Edmonton and Calgary All one per nine-tenths of one per one per and eight-tenths of one per cent. All 1.5 per 1.8 per 1.4 per and 1.2 per cent. Of the 14 St. John's recorded the largest increase over to last month with a 13.7-per-cent gain in the all- items index. The food index in all cities in June over May was up because generally higher prices for such items as fresh cereal products and restaurant foods outweight generally lower poultry and egg prices. Transportation was the index that increased the most in June in seven of the cities surveyed. That index was up 2.3 per cent in Saint and 2.2 per cent in both Toronto and Ottawa. The June-to-June changes for all items in each of the cities St. 13.7 per 10.5 per Saint 10.9 per Quebec 12.1 per 11.9 per 11.6 per 11.1 per Thunder Bay 11.4 per Win- 11.5 per per 10.3 per and 12 per cent. I I THE BETTER HALF By Widow's village aided by CIDA You shouldn't be more than five minutes late getting home the only thing you have to do is stop off at the barber IH An' yfl Ian Ann Landers Dear Ann I lead a never a dull moment kind of but I'm stopping everything to take a few minutes to reaffirm your statement that one should never generalize about ethnic groups. I refer to the letter of about the Irish being the most sexless of all males. Everyone has heard about sexy Their wild live-in highest rate of Limited Time You may never again see a quality Singer Sewing Machine with cabinet for this exceptionally low. low Right you can get a fantastic Fashion Zig-Zag Sewing Machine plus beautiful Sherbrooke Cabinet for an incredible But more than you'll be sewing and saving with the finest Singer quality features. Club corner The Christian Science testimony meeting will be held at p.m. Wednesday in the church 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. Disabled on the Move will meet tonight at in the patients' lounge of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital. Everyone welcome. For more information phone Frank Merkl at 328-4029 or Gerald Trechka at 329-0911. WeeWhimsv Extra wide zig-zag and straight stitches. Exclusive Singer front drop-in bobbin. Snap-on presser foot. 3 Needle positions at the flick of a finger. Bobbin winder release to preventoverwinding. Beautiful contemporary cabinet in durable laminated walnut finish. Sure we're best. We taught the world to sew. SINGER SEWING CENTRES AND PARTICIPATING APPROVED DEALERS. ol Sniper Company ol I BAB MAI I Eftl Julie Hoffman be sent the onginil m to hw quote. Send your child's quotation to tnn paper illegitimate etc. I was married to a Swede for 20 years and he was as cold as a hunk of ice in the Arctic. I tried everything from black lace nighties to professional counselling. Nothing worked so I gave up and divorced him. The following year I married an Irishman. He chases me noon and and I love every minute of it. Sexual .appetite has ab- solutely nothing whatever to do with ethnic background and f wish you'd say it again. Just sign me Love My Hot Shamrock Dear O.K. I will say it. again Sexual appetite has ab- solutely nothing to do with ethnic background. Remember that are lousy That's not true according to my mail from Caracas. Dear Ann While going through my Al-Anon book I ran across something I believe is worth sharing. In I am going to have it printed and framed for my wall so I can see it every morning. Here it Today is mine. It is unique. Nobody in the world has one exactly like it. It holds the sum of all my past experiences and all my future potential. I can fill it with joyous moments or ruin it with fruitless worry. If painful recollections of the past come into my or frightening thoughts of the I can put them away. They cannot spoil today for me. Positive thinker Dear What an up- lifting bit of We can all use it. Ann Landers discusses teen-age drinking its its realities. Learn the facts by and You For Teenagers by Ann Landers. Send in coin and a self- addressed envelope to Aim P.O. Box Illinois 60654. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234.3rd North REGULAR WID. NIOHT BINQO 8 P.M. 25 GAMES DOUBLE MONEY CARDS MANY EXTRAS This Jackpot In 54 numbers 5 CARDS SI CAMS PAY DOUUE DOOR HUH No one under 76 years allowed 10 playi BINGO Fnh I ISMC. JACKPOT IN 52NUMBERS. 3 Jackpota 4th tih 10th In 7 GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE FREE CARDS EAGLES HALL. 13th STREET N. FREE GAMC8 Mauritius It's called the village of widows. It was spawned in 1960 by Cyclone which devastated this Indian Ocean island. Until the sugar estates provided accommodation for workers and their families. If a worker died or left his the estate allowed the woman and her children to live in her estate-owned house. Cyclone Carol changed that. With workers' accommoda- tion the. estate decided to rebuild homes only for the workers. The widows on their own. With nowhere to they Computers open to women VICTORIA The new world of com- puters can offer a new role to women without prejudices based on says an economist. Eileen direc- tor of economic policies in the British Columbia trade and commerce predicted it will be easier for Canadian women to become mathematicians and economists but they still have some way to go in the older areas of professional skills. they do have equal access is in the world of for this is a relatively new science without ac- cumulated said Mrs. whose honors class at the London School of Economics was divided evenly between men and women. Born in Mrs. Caner came to Canada in 1952. She worked at the Universi- ty of Toronto computer the B.C. depart- ment of education and the mathematical department of the University of Victoria before moving to her present job. She said she would like to see more affir- mative action from the government and women themselves to integrate management positions. squatted on rocky land on the sugar es- tate. They barely existed Home was a shanty made from tin and plastic bags. Somehow the 30 women and their children made enough money to sur- vive. Their biggest income was from feeding calves. Cattle owners would give a woman a calf to feed. The pay was 10 rupees a month. When the calf was fat and ready for the market the owner reclaimed it. The woman then was given another calf to raise For 14 years that has been the life-style of the women. Today the village of widows is undergoing a change. The Canadian International Development Agency is offering hope where despair once ruled. Bill Riley of an engineer with the Develop- ment Works Jac- que Martin of an economist who heads the evaluation unit of the rural development Jim Burkimshire of depu- ty project manager of the and George Muirhead of agriculture supervisor for the are CIDA's representatives in Mauritius. They don't talk about their work here. They are gagged by headquarters restrictions from talking to reporters. The' Mauritians are happy with the Canadian contribu- tion to the Island's development. Work with the village of widows is only part of the aid CIDA is giving in Mauritius. Time also has changed the village. It now numbers about 250 people. Some of the women originally in the village have remarried. The children from the first marriages also have married and started families. May Graduate Darcie Anne daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Klem of formerly of Lethbridge was a recent graduate from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Education degree. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY It 8 P.M. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR LESS number par until 111 QAMi tM JACKPOT 5th GAME S2S 10TH GAME JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS mi MM SIRVICB HOUR AFTIR BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND QUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE CHILDREN UNDER 16 NOT ALLOWED Sponsored by Ladies' Auxiliary to Canadian Legion ;