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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Body frozen after death Hopes to see dead daughter again MONTREAL (CP) salesman in Mont- day, says Guy de la Poierie, said in an interview Tues- may see his dead he is convinced science one alive and will develop a technique of That was his hope when his daughter and cur- had eight-year-old Genevieve preserved after death by the freezing process of cryonic suspension in Los Angeles her illness. She'll be just as brilliant as she was in school near her home in suburban St. Leonard, he said. She'll ski, run. jump, week. Genevieve died of a her piano and ballet les- cancer in a private Los Angeles hospital and then of the Cryonics Society of California packed her body in ice. Her blood was replaced with dimethyl sulphoxide, a biological preservative, and her body now is being preserved in "I never wanted my daughter to die because I loved her and she was very, very beautifu Now I'm living with the tiny hope that I shall see her before I die. Let's not kill that hope." Cancer caused Genevieve to block of dry ice at 79 one kidney removed in below 1970, and the second re- Mr. de la Poterie, 36, a in August, 1971. There after she went twice weekly to Justine Hospital in Montreal Do you be placed on an artificial kid- merchandise to WE HAVE Free LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE AUCTION AGENCIES LTD. 250B 2nd Ave. 1911 Floor 517 4lh Avt. S. Phone 327-1541 Her parents knew there was little for her mid-Nov- ember and early in January they flew her to los Angeles. Genevieve lived two more weeks. Mr. de la Poterie and his wife Pierrette, 29, have two olhc'r 7,