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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Saturday, January 25, 1975 Picture of the year Peter Hulbert of the Vancouver Province won The Canadian Press picture- of-the-year feature photography award for 1974 with this Oct. 27 picture of a stolen bus being recovered from Deep Cove in North Vancouver. The picture was judged best among criticizes Deadly diseases threat Congress to Canadians doctor WINNIPEG (CP) Two deadly diseases now relative- ly rare in Canada may become more prevalent because of changing immigration patterns, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons was told Friday. Dr. R. L. Holliday of Lon- don, Ont., said tetanus or lock- jaw, one of the few diseases that is entirely preventable with proper immunization, remains prevalent worldwide and still occurs in Canada. He was concerned that immigration authorities do not require prospective im- migrants to provide proof of immunization against the dis- ease and that this "would leave a pool of people who are at risk." The other disorder is called hydatid disease and is caused by a tapeworm. Dr. Nathan Sheiner of the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal said the hospital has treated 20 patients for hydatid disease in the last. 11 years, and 15 within the last five years. He said all the patients Joint ventures urged by Arab bank chief OTTAWA (CP) The head of a bank designed to pour Arab oil money into African underdeveloped countries has advocated joint ventures with Canada. Chedly Ayari, minister of planning for Tunisia as well as head of the newly-created bank, said his bank would be happy to enter into a joint ven- ture with the Canadian Inter- national Development Agency He said the Arab Bank tor Development of Africa would provide the money and CIDA, the Canadian aid agency, would provide the human resources, technology and knowledge of the area. DR. R.K. TSUJIKAWA FAMILY PHYSICIAN Wishes to Announce CHANGE OF OFFICE 72413 St. North Phone 328-7470 or 327-0952 UPCOMING SALES CONDUCTED BY EGLAND OSEEN AUCTIONS Saturday, March 8th FURNITURE AUCTION-CLARESHOLM Thursday, March 20th BERT HILLARD-FARM SALE-CAflMANGAY Monday March 24th RIDGEVIEW FARMS LTD.-FARM SALE-CHAMPION Wednesday, March 26th A H VANDERWOUDE-FARM SALE-NOBLEFORD Tuesday, April 1st LA. IRVINE-FARM SALE-BARONS Thursday, April 3rd JOHN DORCHAK-FARM SALE-ENCHANT Saturday, April 5th CARMAN6AY LOCKER PLANT-CARMANGAY NOTE: THIS BUSINESS CAN BE SOLD BY MARCH HI AS A DOING CONCERN Wednesday, April 9th SUNDIAL CONSIGNMENT SALE Thursday, Apr IMOth JOHN BEJ6ER-FARW SALE-VAUXHALL Saturday, AprIM 2th PALMER SEVERTSON-FARM SALE-ENCHANT List Your Salts Good Arc Still Available Contact -AUCTIONEERS- ALAN EGLAND DEAN OSEEN Phont 643-2108 Phoni 739-2185 CARMANQAY ._______ENCHANT were immigrants, most of them from Greece and the Middle East. The toxin that causes tetanus is the most potent known to mankind and the worldwide mortality from it is about 50 per cent, said Dr. Holliday, a professor of sur- gery at the University of Western Ontario. He was also concerned that many people who have been immunized against tetanus do not get booster injections, which he estimated are need- ed every 10 years to guarantee immunity from the disease. Tetanus has clearly recognizable symptoms beginning with vague discom- fort in the jaws, neck or lum-' bar regions, and is followed by spasms of jaw muscles and sustained facial muscle contractions. Severe cases of tetanus progress to general con- vulsions which are often associated with acute repiratory difficulty. Many deaths occur due to respi- ratory complications. To control the convulsions, eight of the 22 patients treated at London's Victoria Hospital from 1954 to 1974 had to be put into total muscle paralysis with drugs such as pan- curonium The last patient treated there was in this state for 21 days. Eleven of these patients also required tracheotomy, an pperation to open the wind- pipe. In-the case of the victims of hydatid disease, 17 of the 20 patients received surgery. Al- though none died, their stomach disorders were severe. The average number of operations for the 17 patients was 2.3 and several patients required as many as four operations. Dr. Sheiner said hydatid dis- ease "is a very serious dis- order'.' which doctors had difficulty in diagnosing and treating. YOU DON T HAVE TO TAKE YOUR LUMPS Money received in lumps is a mixed blessing: it's usually accom- panied by taxes that also come in lumps. Sun life's' Income Averaging Annuities have been designed to un-mix the blessing. Many types of income are eligible, including large net taxable gains on disposal of investments and real es- tate and the high but irregular incomes which might be earned bv athletes, entertainers, artists or writers. Find out if your lumps can be smoothed out with Income Averaging Annuities from Sun- Write or call now for Sun Life of Canada's free new booklet, "A Buyers Guide to Income Averaging G.N. 'GORDON' HOPKINS 515-7thSt. S. Bui. 327-3815 Rn. SuiLfe OFCANACA MONDAY LOS ANGELES (AP) U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger said Friday the growing involvement of Congress in U.S. diplomacy J'raises grave issues." He called for a new spirit of non- partisan foreign policy "as a national necessity." Without this renewed sense of unity, Kissinger said, other countries are likely to mis- judge American intentions thus tempting world leaders "into irresponsibiity" or into a lack of trust of American leadership. His remarks were prepared for the Los Angeles World Af- fairs Council. Kissinger has been increas- ingly critical in recent months of congressional intrusions into the day-to-day conduct of U.S. foreign policy, "because the legislative sanctions were too public or too drastic or too undiscriminating." In his speech here he listed the collapse of the U.S.-Soviet trade agreement as a case in point. Kissinger acknowledged that Congress has both a right and a duty to participate in foreign policymaking and he acknowledged that some of its actions "represent the par- ticular views of constituen- cies." 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