Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
6 THE ItTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednsidoy, July 36, 1972 Your local INDEPENDENT Grocer MiHALiK's MAYFAIR 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 Your Quality Store "We Invite You To Try Our Meats-The Best In Town" Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good "We Will Cut Our Meats To Suit Your Requirements" CHUCK STEAKS 65 ib. Cut Up Fryers Tastee ,b. 4915 Sausage Burns 690 Cross Rib Roasts UAYUUL KING SHE COP r be lUlllAIUCj SWIFT'S PREM ib. lb NABOBREGIHAR YORKCHOICE 2B-oi. tin. I L ib.. I 0 2 Nabob Jelly Powders 1.00 Orange Juice York ;Swcet lin. 2 for 1.00 Green Beans 4 1.00 Kroft Pink Salmon Miracle Whip Charcoal Briquets Green Relish 'wt 10-lb. 12-or. 2for 1.00 32-oz- ior 1.00 Ir 98e Hamburger Relish 3for 98c Hot Dog Relish J for 95c Hamb. and Hot Dog Buns r, 29c Kool Aid Assorted 10 for 49c Potato Chips Nol.ieyi... 1.00 Mustard 29c Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Margarine ,J.OO Cheddar Cheese Red MUd IESS 5e PKG. Hash Browns CG'nolion.........2 39e Velveeta Cheese KroFl..... Buttermilk Waffles A H.O, 99c 39c GRAPEFRUIT LETTUCE CUCUMBERS RUBY RED...................................4B's 4 U B.C. GROWN CANADA NO. 1 Ib. MEDICINE HAT HOT HOUSE...................... large, each 19f 290 CHERRIES PLUMS B.C. SWEET CANADA NO. 1.......Ib. CALIFORNIA CANADA NO, 1 SANTA ROSA OR NEW VIENNA............ Ib. STORE HOURS: Mon., Wed., and Sol. 9 o.m. to 6 p.m. Thurs and Frl. 9 o.m. til 9 p.m. Prices Effective July 27th, 28th, 29th. YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER gl m maufair MAYFAIR FOODS FREE CITY DELIVERY IN LARGE ORDERS We Reserve The Right To Limit Quanlilloi. 642 13th Street N. Phone 328-5742 HANG ON SLOOPY These men were contestants in the opening day yachting competition at Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club at Montreal's Lake St. Louis. This competilion Is for the Canadian Open Lightning class Championship for 1972. Syphilis experiment Study used blacks as guinea pigs WASHINGTON (AP) For 40 years the U.S. Public Health Service has conducted a study in which black human guinea jigs, denied proper medical irealment, have died of sjphitis and its side effects. The study was conducted to determine from autopsies what .he disease does to the human body. PHS officials responsible for initiating the experiment have long since retired. Current PHS officials, who say they have se- rious doubts about the morality of the study, also say it's too late to treat syphilis in any of .he study's surviving partici- pants. But PHS doctors say they are rendering whatever other medi- cal services they now can give to the survivors while the study of the disease's effects contin- ues. The experiment, called the Tuskegee study, began in 1932 with about 600 black men, mostly poor and uneducated, "rom Tuskegee, Ala., an area which had the highest syphilis rate in the United States at the ime. 200 UNTREATED One-third of the group was ree of syphilis; two-thirds showed evidence of the disease. In the syphill.ic group, half were given the best treatment mown at the time, but the other lalf, about 200 men, received no reatment at all for syphilis, PHS officials say. As incentives to enter the pro- p-am, the men were promised ree transportation to and from lospitals, free hot lunches, free medicine for any disease other than syphilis and free burial after autopsies were performed. The Tuskegee study began 10 years before penicillin was dis- covered to be a cure for syphilis and 15 years before the drug be- came widely available. Yet even after penicillin became common, and while its use prob- ably could have helped or saved a number of the experiment subjects, the drug was denied them, says Dr. J. D. Millar. He is chief of the venereal disease branch of the PHS Centre for Disease Control in Atlanta and now is in charge of what remains of the Tuskegee study. Dr. Millar said in an in- terview he has serious doubts about the program. SEES MORAL PROBLEM "I think a definite moral problem existed when the study was undertaken, a more serious moral problem was overlooked in the post-war years when pen- icillin became available but was not given to these men, and a moral problem still Dr. Millar said. Syphilis, a highly contagious Infection spread by sexual con- tact, can cause, If untreated, bone and dental deformations, deafness, blindness, heart di- sease and central nervous sys- tem deterioration. A 1969 study of 278 treated and untreated syphilitics who participated in the Tuskegee study showed that seven had died as a direct result of sy- philis. At the beginning of 1972, 74 of the untreated eyphilitics were still living. Canada flays GENEVA CAP) Canada urged the United States and the Union Tuesday to "stop leatmg about the bush on the rerification issue" and agree to lalt all nuclear testing. Addressing the Geneva dis- armament conference, Cana- 1iaji delegate George Igoatieff eferred to the stalemate in un- lerground test ban talks follow- ng the U.S. insistence on on-sito nspections as a guarantee gainst cheating ajid the Soviet efusal to accept such controls. Ignatieff said after the SALT .greements formalized "t h e Ifective strategic parity be- ween the two major testing the time had come for hem to take what he called 'political decisions." Lady Guthrie dies in Eire at age of 67 DUBLIN (AP) Lady Guth- ie, G7, widow ot stage director iir Tyrone Guthrie. died Tues- day nt Newbliss, in County Mon- ighan. Lady Guthrie, n former opera ingcr also wrote a number of Inys. the test known of which wns The Humble Bee. Bom in England, she married Sir Tyrone in 1931. There were 10 children. She had hcquGnllicd her home mnakerrifi llouso nt Newtoliss, o Hie Irish republic to he used s n rclrcnt (or writers and art- isU. Unlimited continuation of un- derground tests, he warned, "may pose greater dangers of destabilization than the conse- quences of a few undetected low yield evasions of a comprehen- sive test ban." "It will be difficult for the world to sustain Its confidence in the promise o( current agree- ments and to retain hope for fu- ture agreements if the testing of nuclear weapons continues una- bated" after the Moscow SALT he said. "Can it be expected that China and France will move toward ending their testing unless and until the US. and the Soviet Union show the PENSIONERS UNITE! _ During ihc past three years, Cana- da's more lhan a-million-ond-a-half old-age pensioners have been getting together lo prolecl ihemsclves in a sociely lhat lometimej forgetj they exist. In Weekend Magazine ihis Saturday, Hartley Steward tells how, ihrough PENSIONERS CONCERNED, a do-it-yourself social action group, they've forged probably the most successful people's lobby in our history. Don't miss this revealing story about a very determined segment of Canada'! society. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE ATi CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. Now Open for Business LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE 319 7th Street South Phone 327-4591 Unemployment Assurance Insurance Canada Canada WE ARE MOVING... 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