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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 _ THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 3, '1172 JLjcaths, jf MM era's, 5 cicn- j lisls from tlcfencc research es- lablislimeiil-Sutfield (DRES) in Alberta are taking a close look I al diseases which might be car- NKll.SUN We wish lo ex-1 M hy animais aiitl insects in press our sincere I hanks lo our which could be many relatives and friends who helped in any way in our recent time ol sorrow. Neilson and family. 47U5A transmitted to man. A scientific parly letl by Di- rt. A. daunt, a ORES microliiol- ogisl, is working of Yellow- knife Ibis summer, frying lo de- IN MEMORIAMS loving memory being routinely collected, both before and after northern duly, lo see if any soldiers contract diseases in the North (hot arc loss common or in the soulli. DRR is also funding work by Dr. Jack Wilt, bead of the de- partment of medical microbiol- ogy at the University of Mani- toba Dr. Will is trying to deter- mine the significance of unex- pectedly high levels of antibod- ies lo parrot fever disease found recenlly among some Eskimos and one sisler, Kalic s'awcbuk. j of our dear son and brother, i llie distribution of tlis- Funeral services will hr, lu-ld' mct-nfi eases such as anthrax, lularc- Funeral services will be held' Kevin James, who passed away Tuesday, July 4, 1972, at p.m. in the Christcnsen Chapel, wilh Father Bruce Field offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Ihe Mountain Cem- etery. Prayers will be said in flic Chrislensen Chapel on Mon- day evening at U p.m. In lieu of Howers, donations may be made (o the Canadian Cancel- Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, Lelhbridge. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C28S7 cases such as anthrax, tulare- Julv :j J970 m'a- brucellosis and lypcs of Often a lonely heartache, ctllline encephalitis. Many a silent tear. Al lno salllc' limc' sara Bui alwayr a happy lllc.s military personnel Of one ire loved so dear. k'oing remembered b y dad.! mom. Bev and Mariin. 4705 4, 1972, at 2 p.m. in tbe Lelh- i Johnson officiating. Interment bridge Stake Chapel St. will follow in Mountain View and Scenic wilh Bishop I C e m e ter y. CHRISTIANSEN Balph Olcr officiating. Inter- ment will follow m Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet tbe family and pay SALMON FUNERAL HOME Agro specialists SANTIAGO (Renter) Can- ada will send specialists lo Chile to advise on agricultural development under an agree- ment signed between the Cana- dian government and Ihe Latin LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser-! American Economic and Social vice. i Planning Institute, the Chilean C288G government has announced. WEEKEND DEATHS By THE CANADIAN PRESS T. Cole, 64, i former Toronto newspaper man and public relations officer. U'jiinipeg-S. T. (Sid) Smith, 58, a senior executive with Transair Ltd., following a lengthy illness. Sail Lake Field- ing Smith, 95, president of the Church ol Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints. FUNERAL KOHSA Funeral service for Nick Korea, husband ot Jane Korsa who dio.: at Tabci Monday, June 26. 1972. at the age of 79 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 29. 1972, in Hie Taber Knox United Church uilh Hev. J.C. Daisley officiating Active pallbearers were Bob Powell. Richard Pouell, Edward Korsa. Keg Pelersen. Keith Pciersen and Bill Hachwalski, Honorary pall- bearers were Joe Santoni. Jack Goruk. Claude Pierson, Hoy Baroldi, Joe Vancha, Dennis Turin and John Seiiyscliyn. Humphries Funeral Home, to- her, Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of tbe ar- rangements. liOW.vrilEE In loving memory of our dear molber and grandmother, Nellie Rown- Ircc who passed away July 3, 1839. No lentb ot lime can lake away Our thoughts of you from day lo day, Though absent you are always near Slill loved, still missed, still very dear. remcbered hy her family. 4828 j Chess match mav fold REYKJAVIK. Iceland (API The world chess champion- ship was threatened wilh col- lapse today 24 hours before ------------------------.Bobby Fischer's deadline to DOWNS MOST SHRIMP show up or forfeit his match FREEPOKT, Tex. (API with Brosi Spassky of Russia. Shorty Conady of Freeport won j Fischer, the American ches (he annual shrimp-eating fesli-j champion, was reported stick- val here Saturday by clowning j ing to bis demand for more S'-B pounds of Hie cold boiled money. He told ihc New York delicacy. Daily News he wouldn't yield. [ermine which animals or in- sects arc reservoirs for _..... __... diseases in areas close lo mill- lary bases ;md oilier centres of j I( is ihe disease military activity. j might implicated in the se- Thcy arc specifically inter verc respiratory disease prob- lems experienced by Eskimos, Dr. Will said in an interview Bnl, to dale, Ihc evidence seems lo be poinling in the other direc- tion. Military personnel antl civil- ;1! c l ians [ravelling ift Ihe North may have lo be careful about respir- alery whatever the cause. Another ntirlhern medicine expert at Ihe Universily of Man- iloba sugticsled lhal rabies antl tuberculosis could pose more of p. IhiT-iil lo travellers in Ihe jYorlh than some of the ollinr diseases found in Arctic animals and insects. DRES scientist Jack Currie. in an interview, said that DRB perhaps has an image oi doing chemical and biological research to doing the northern disease investigations by default, since nobody else seems Ic lie interested. He said Ibat Ihe best results which could he obtained would be that even Ihe diseases present in animals up North don't seem lo produce any dis- eases in humans. The results of the animal-in- seel studies and 'be miblary sludies should be available in the fall. They will be. important to ci- vilians as well as Ibe military in (lie North. Wilh luck, pofenb'al problem diseases could he identified be- fore they cause trouble. Vacci- when available, could be arranged. And hy knowing where the re servnir of Ihc infection is, whether il be in certain bisects small rodents, methods for MISS CANADA Bonny Brady. 18, of Perth. Out., is all smiles after being clioscn Miss Dominion of Canada in Niagara Falls, Onl. Margo Spiodlt'i-, 2J, of Windsor, Onl., for and Nancy Bradley, 21, of Hamilton were in (lie contest. controlling the disease sector and thus the disease could I worked oul. 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