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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Thursday, Docomber 17, 1970 Cancer survival rates high LONDON (Renter) Dr. Jo- soph Issels, controversial West German cancer specialist, re- ports high rates of survival for patients he has treated. His claims, published In the British medical magazine Clini- cal Trials Journal, applied to patients in both the early and advanced stages of cancer. He says that 87 per cent ot patients with cancer in the early stages sent to him for treatment lived for five years or more without relapse. The doctor says this com- pared with world statistics of 50 per cent. Dr. Issels, currently treating British Olympic athlete Lillian Board, says that 16.6 per cent of his patients suffering from can- cer at its terminal or advanced stage lived for between five and 15 years after his therapy. All the doctor's patients re- ferred to in the report had un- dergone conventional surgery first. They suffered cancer of the breast, colon, rectum, lung, uterus, pancreas or womb. A total of 252 cases were cov- ered in the terminal category, while in the early stages group, 370 cases were analysed. Dr. Issels bases his therapy I sons in tlw system or past danv on the idea that cancer is a ages. general disease of the whole He seeks to build up this natu- system in which the body loses ral resistance by combined gen- its natural resistance to the can- j eral and immunogicsl treat- cer cells cither because of poi-1 ment and psychotherapy. Tuna no health hazard WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Food and Drag Administra- tion says Americans can keep on eating canned tuna although excess mercury has been found in more than one out of every five cans sampled. Mercury taken into the body can cause brain damage, lead- ing to blindness, insanity and death. Should U.S. housewives con- tinue to buy all the canned tuna they want and feed it to their families? said FDA Com- Royalife Car-a-Week Sweepstakes Winners Winner Week of Nov. 30 MR. W. WiLSGN 3615 East 25th Avenue VANCOUVER 12, B.C. Winner Final Week MR. D. W. LOW Box 9, Sturgeon Crescent R.R. No. 2, ST. ALBERT, ALTA. This brings to a conclusion the Royalite Car-a-Week Sweepstakes. Congratulations to all our winners and our thanks to every- one who entered the contest. Watch for something new and exciting at Join the winners' circle. been reported previously in fresh water fish exposed to in- diislrial mercury discharges. An FDA spokesman was .un- able to explain why mercury levels as high as those discov- ered in the tuna were not also found in other species of fish of 0.5 parts a million. The most that were checked- found was 1.12. or twice the THESE LEVELS DANGEROUS government, limit. j In anotner mercury Industry now is recalhng j mentfederal and state cans with excess mer-, saM Tuesd that mer. cury after a check of 139 tuna h f t frnm missioner Charles Edwards. "This is not a health hazard." Edwards's advice to consum- ers came as he disclosed gov- ernment test results showing 23 per cent of canned tuna tested so far contained poisonous mer- cury higher than the FDA limit cury lots. FDA officials believe virtually every major tuna brand will be involved in recalls as soon as sampling is expanded during the next 30 days to include all lots packed in 1970 for U.S. consumption. GUIDELINE CAUTIOUS Edwards said the 0.5 guideline is extremely cautious and "of- fers a substantial margin for safety." "I want to re-emphasize the point that given present levels of tuna consumption in this country, the relatively low lev- els of excess mercury content found to date, and the fact that even this excess is being re- moved, we are confident that the American consumer is now and will remain sale from risks of mercury he'said. Dr. Albert Colbye, deputy director of the FDA s bureau of foods, said a person would have to eat two cans of tuna contain- ing mercury a day for a year before he would be poisoned. Japan is the only country where mercury poisoning from fish consumption has been re- ported. The Japanese eat moro fish than North Americans and the mercury level causing harm fish four specific water areas in Minnesota are high enough to pose potential danger to hu- mans. The investigators said fish taken from the waters should eaten no more than once a week. The four areas are the St. Louis River from Cloquet to Lake Superior, Die Mississippi River from Grand Rapids to Anoka, the Red River from Moorhead to the Canadian bor- der and Lake Minnewaska near Glenwood. Fish taken from 13 other lakes and rivers showed no high mercury concentrations. The presence of mercury in the Red River, which flows north to Lake Winnipeg, was an- nounced earlier this year by the Manitoba government. Anglers were warned of the dangers of eating their catch. Oil companies set up fund LONDON (AP) The world's major oil companies have agreed to set up a million fund to provide compensation was 10 to 80 times the U.S.! for pollution resulting from limit, Edwards said. spius from tankers, the Oil The tuna findings are the Companies' International Mar- first, major confirmed ones in ine Forum announced Tuesday, the United States involving The announcement said the fund cury contamination of ocean I would be available by next fish. High mercury levels have I April. HOODED London commenced DEMONSTRATORS Iranian students in independent observers to be allowed to attend internation- :d masks to avoid identification as they al trials in Tehran, hunger strike as a means of pressing for BABY BOTTLE WARMERS ________ REAR LIFT KITS FENDER MIRRORS 3.45 STATION WASON REAR AIR DEFLECTOR.......21.75 FOG AND DRIVING LIGHTS 10% OFF I VANITY MIRRORS BEAT THE SUNSHINE HEAT REAR WINDOW SUNSHADE STAINLESS STEEL SPLASH GUARDS Many sizes to choose from. BEAUTY RINGS 24.95 EACH TRAVEL RUG With matching 12.95 SPORT GRIP "500" STEERING WHEEL COVERS Topi in Wheel Covers (or all season comfort SEAT COVERS 9.98 nnd 16.95 CHAMOIS WASH MITTS t SKI CARRIERS MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY CUSTOM ACCESSORIES 421 5th STREET S., IETHBRIDGE OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL P.M. J. F. MURRAY RANCHES extends Season's Greetings to their many friends! Have a cool yule and do your own thing in the New Year! Greetings from the FROSTY DIP Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year A. M. JAVA SHOP and BILLIARD ROOM SEASON'S GREETINGS to CITIZENS of PICTURE BUTTE and SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHRONIK CONSTRUCTION SEASON'S GREETINGS TO All from HARRY WATSON FARM SUPPLY AND JOE'S ESSO SERVICE TOTH'S GROCERY Extend warmest greetings for the holiday season to all their patrons and thank them for their patronage during the past year. Season's Greetings from WARREN INSURANCE AGENCIES A. H. WARREN MANAGEMENT and STAFF of SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP Wish Jo extend Season's Greetings to their many valued friend and customers and look forward fo serving you in 1971. REVELSTOKE BUILDING SUPPLIES extends SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ONE AND ALL JIM KULKA, Mgr. SEASON'S GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES MR. and MRS. NAGATA PICTURE BUTTE CLEANERS SEASON'S GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS CAMPBELL HARDWARE MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL BUTTE DRESS SHOP With Best Wishes for THE HOLIDAY and COMING YEAR PRICE'S PHARMACY D. BATTY APPLIANCES wish their many customers and friends A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR WE EXTEND COMPLIMENST OF THE SEASON TO OUR MANY VALUED CUSTOMERS MANAGEMENT and STAFF BUTTE FEEDS LTD. 4th ANNUAL PICTURE BUTTE AND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SANTA GLAUS DAYS FRIDAY and SATURDAY December 18 and 19 FRIDAY Shop till 9 p.m. rnrr CINEMA THEATRE FREE SHOW at p.m.___________ SATURDAY Shop till 6 p.m. p.m. Santa Arrives at the Cinema Theatre Candy Bags for Every Child FREE SHOW p.m. and p.m. -On The Screen- "THE VALLEY OF GWANGI" IN TECHNICOLOR SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS AND THE PICTURE BUTTE AND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Tha Management and Staff of the BANK of NOVA SCOTIA EXTENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS TO THE CITIZENS OF PICTURE BUTTE AND DISTRICT BARTON MOTORS LTD. extends Season's Greetings to its customers and many friendsl BUTTE COFFEE SHOP extends to its customer! SEASONS GREETINGS! CIRCLE WOOD PRODUCTS wishes its customers and friends SEASON'S GREETINGS! BUTTE HOTEL extends Season Greetings to its Patrons! Season's Greetings extended to one and all! J. M. GIBBONS SONS JOE'S UPHOLSTERY and SHOE REPAIRS wishes each and everyone a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR extended to you by JURIS LIVESTOCK LTD. May Joy and Happiness be yours this Christmas season! ED'S DAIRY BAR Merry Christmas and a Bright New Year to Follow HANEY FARMS BUTTE DAIRY wishes you a MERRY CHRISTMAS and A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Christmas Happy New Year and Best Wishes to folks like YOUI TED'S AUTO SERVICE KANE FARMS extend Season's Greetings to its many Friends! SEASON'S GREETINGS from CANADIAN SUGAR FACTORIES Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. PICTURE BUTTE extends Season's Greeiings io iis many customers and friends! ;