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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO Mov 23, 1977 GREY PANTHER LEADER Miss Margaret Kulin, 67, of Philadelphia, mobilizer of the Grey Panlhers, so named because of (heir aggressiveness and the color of their hair. Power la the aged is Iheir purpose. Miss Kuhn, known to her followers as Maggie, is a relired United Presbyterian Church worker, and she was on hand at that denomin- ation's governing assembly in Denver, Colorado, to press liie cause of senior citizens. "We're not mellowed, sweet old she said. "We're oulraged, but we're doing something oboul it." (AP Wirepholo) Solid case for new methods of diagnosing breast cancer OTTAWA (CP) Doctors and medical journals, usually cautious about "enthusiast i c physicians" and "pet" theories, are changing attitudes toward three relatively new methods for diagnosing cancer of the breast. D. A. Geekie, communica- PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS tETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upsloirsj EVERY THURS-8 p.m. lions director for the Canadian I Medical Association, said in a 1 recent issue of the association's I Journal that medical pro nents of Hie three mammography, thermography and xerography nnw "are building a solid case" for their use. Ann" the MeGlcal Post, a bi- monthly periodical for doctors, recently voiced strong editorial 'support, recommending that they might be considered loi I early-detection screening pro- grams. Breast cancer Is a major health problem, affecting about one oE every Hi Canadian women at some Only about 45 per cent of Inacp u'ho are affected survive for five or UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lh Slreel and 71h Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS SI.00 BtACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Weekly) JACKPOT In 7 Numben or test Three seven numberi or lesi Jackpot 525 each Sorry No person under 16 years of ogs allowed more years, although medical science is improving this per- centage every year. ;EARLY DISCOVERY HELPS i Chances of survival are greatly increased if the disease i is discovered early, which is why the new methods now are receiving increased attention from doctors. For his article, Mr. Geekia interviewed Dr. D. V. McFar- lane of Toronto Westdrn Hospi- tal Mammography, which in- involves x-rojs of the breast tissue, can help find many cancels in such early stages lhal a lump cannot be felt, Mr. (leckio reports. With thermography. w h i c h provides a pictorial representa- lion of the heat given off by the skin surface of the breast, doc- tors can find cancer areas be- cause these give off more heat than normal tissue. Xerography is a variation o( mammography in which spe- cial charge coated plates are used. The new methods are "not substitutes for careful physical examination, but are comple- Mr. Geekie said. "Lesions detectable by one method may be missed by an- other." because Women still risk pregnancy through fear and ignorance TORONTO (CP) "I didn't think you could get pregnant if you did it, with your eyes a pregnant teen-age girl said. It's this kind of misinforma- tion, and the [act some sex- ually active women who don't want cliildrcn (ail to use birth control, that indicate the pill, on the market for 10 years has not reduced unplanned conceptions. In 1071, there were 10000 therapeutic abortions in On- tario alone, more than double the 1970 figure. Despite the availability of birth-control information and the introduction of foolproof contraceptives, the statistics show that many young women risk pregnancy. They do so for a number of reasons. Often abortion counsellors are told by single pregnant girls that they were afraid to phone familv were sure Hie doctor would phone thrir didn't have any other source of information or birth-control pill prescriptions. "By and says Dr. David Collins, director of the Toronto Free Youth Clinic, "doctors are prudish, rigid and conservative. "The advice they offer to a abstain from sually doesn't work.1' SEEK TO PL'HGE FEARS Abortimis are frequent, too, among newly immigrated Ca- nadians. A nurse with the As- sociation for the Repeal of Ca- nadian Abortion Laws says the women are outside the mainstream of Canadian life and don't know how to obtain advice or contraceptives. Many teen-age girls simply believe they'll escape preg- nancy. Often girls convince themselves they're immune to pregnancy. Others see prepar- ing for sex by planning birth control use as a premeditated "immoral" act. Psychiatrists say they be- lieve that young girls who fear both sex and pregnancy purge their fears by engaging in sex without protection. Dr. Martin Wolfish of the Hospital for Sick Children calls it counter-phobic reaction. He says you force yourself to do something you fear to prove you're not afraid. Dr. Wolfish also describes a sub-group among single preg- nant girls who have an "unwed mother syndrome." Often from emotionally de- prived backgrounds, they just want a baby to love and to love them. Miss Judy Blakeley was re-1 She will represent the group ceutly elected president of the 1 a[ provincial camp council Canadian Girls in Training of t pi t Jul McKillop Uruled Church, for b the 1072-73 term. JUDV BLAKELEY president Other officers elected ivere Nancy Vandenbrink, vice presi- denl; Allison Clark, secretary; and Dana Martin, treasurer. Rhonda Cutforth was chosen to be a member of the Alberta delegation to Leadership '72, a national CGIT event to be held at the University of Saskat- chewan in August. Announcement of the ap- pointments was made by Mrs. D. K. Walker, superintendent at a mother-and-daughter ban- quet recently. Mrs. Carol Chapman, of the Lethbridgc School Board, was the Featured speaker, and re- tiring president, Judy Collier, conducted the program with Grade 12 graduating members and their group leader, Mrs. iNorman M e t z, as honored guests. CANADA o oca Lelhbridge Family Service i The Lily Jackson Unit of. will hold it's final program in the marriage game series at 8 p.m. tonight in the Red Cross First United Church will hold garden coffee party from to pm. Wednesday Building, 1120 7th Ave, S. In- j at the home of Mrs. James terested couples welcome. i Smith, G-15 22nd St. N. The lock of birth-control in- formation among young girls is attributed to prudishness on the part of family doctors by specialists working in abor- tion and dissemination of birth-control information. DOCTORS RELUCTANT Phyllis Curry, of the tion law repeal association, says nearly all doctors she's worked v.ith "srjuinned un- comfortably when they had to engage in frank sex talk with patients." Research by a U.S. psychia- trist indicalcd that doctors themselves often develop per- sonal sexual problems. Dr. Wolfish suggests that a patient's query for advice "re- minds a doctor of his own sex- ual troubles. How can lie pro- vide guidance when he's con- fused Dr. Wolfish also says he be- lieves most family doctors are loo busy to give effective birth-control counselling. The only solution to un- wanted pregnancies, espe- c i a 11 y among misinformed teen-agers, many specialists believe, is an all-out public education campaign in tho media and innovative courses in schools. They 'also feel there should be special clinics for young persons. "Teen-agers are reluctant to go to a doctor's office or to an adult clinic when they want contraceptive informa- nnr i-orisl worker cx- plalnrd. ''Special clinics .should he staffed by people have an empathy for young people." YWCA news The Bridge City Toastmis-; LIQUID BREAKFAST tress Club will meet at i For a nourishing liquid break- p.m. Wednesday in the Town! fast combine one egg and ]2 to Chef Restaurant, for supper n'j cup chilled orange, vilamin- ar.d program. New members i u.ed apple or grapefruit juice to welcome. r'j to one cup tomato juice. P. Lciwson Travel Morquij Bldg. Plionn 328-3000 AMA World Travel Service Phono 903 3rd Avo. S. Art Williams Travel Centre Mnll Phono 328.3201 Have swikched-on Sandals for a lightfooted Summer SBB many for '72 now on tliiplciy- PRICED FROM......................... I'JI WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREEr SOUTH Sugar n' spice and every- thing nice that's what little girls are made of. Medically speaking, this statement is liighly debatable. To find out ]ust what Is be- hind those liille laces, any one of the Blue Triangle or Y Teen leaders would be able to tell you. Often it isn't realized that the YWCA sponsors this once-a- week outing for girls 8-12 and 12-15 years old. At seven schools throughout the city, over three himdred girls meet once a week and partake iii actiutics such as baseball, soccer, basketball, arts and crafts, hiking, drama, singing, gymnastics, and even dancing. The girls enjoy taking part in leading and programming. One of the biggest thrills lo the girls is putting on a pro- gram for the parents. Teas, drama nights, talent nights, and even a beauty con- test have been staged for Ihe parents to attend. These girls work hard and even if one of them doesn't be- j long to jou, attend one even- ing and see what these young girls are made of we'd like lo see you there. COMING SOO.V: Some spe- rial events you might like to i attend include, a drama night j at Westminster school May 31, featuring a Sherlock Holmes Mystery. Galbraith school is planning a parents' nipht June 7, from 7-8 p.m. and the pirls will [jive a tea and gymnastic denon- stradon. June 10 at Kinsmen I'lay- I ground the Blue Triangles will hold a penny carnival. Watch for further announcements Our open house for I he i j VWCA, held Slay 10, was a real success. The Y was pleas- ed to show our facilities lo tho f many new faces and uvis proud to point out the changes to our faithful palrons, We'd like lo lhank-yoii for your support nnd also lo invite I you to drop in any time. Knglish at Ihe fiowmnn Arts i Cenlro has finished [or I his season. This may act as a re- minder that most programs will be wrapping up .it the end of Ibis month. Tho ladies' take n break i group from the Roumnn Arts tV-nlrc will be going on a tour Ibis Wednesday. Ladies nre lo moot, as usual at the nnd transportation will leavo !nm there. Don't forget our New To You .Shop still needs clolhlng, small household ilcms and volunteer help. If you can help please phono 0-503C. ELEVATED POOCH-Tbis Afghan hound surveys tile great outdoors from bis privals b-'ccny. A passing Herald photo- grapher caught sight of this aristocrat of Ihe ca- nine world perched on the porch root at 61 1 Blh Si. j s. B. Walter Kcrber Photo NO DISCRIMINATION j PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) The South African po- lice have recruited (heir first. two women officers. The women will get the same pay as authorities announced, I Ask Tor Avcn MMS Anniversary Specials Or P'nons 320-7424 EVERY mm BLACKOUT IN 59 NUMBERS OR tESS (Increasing one number per week unlil won) Isl GAME JACKPOT _ 5tli GAME (Y.) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary lo Canadian Legion SEW FABRICS 475 HOLIDAY VILLAGE PHONE UPCOMING CLASSES ..Basic 8-Thurs., May 25 p.m. lo pm... Men's Pauls Juno 1 p.m. to p.m. New Ideas Juno 8 7.30 p.m. lo BASIC 8 CRASH COURSES July 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20 a.m. lo a.m. Aug. 7, B, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17 a.m. to p.m. Phono or Drop Out Now and See How Easy il Really LICENSED FRANCHISED INSTRUCTRESSES ;