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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihursdoy, Juno II, 19X0 THE liWliMI.'OE HERALD _ 9 Hy KAH1N MOSlill MONTREAL CCP) Thou- sands of mice are being im- munized against cancer by in- jailing them with cells that iiavc been grown in bottles in a Saskatoon laboratory over a period of three years, says a Saskatchewan researcher. But Dr. J. F. M o r g a n, director of the Saskatchewan Research o[ the National Cancer institute at the Uni- versity of Saskatchewan, says lie and his colleagues are at a loss to know why and what specific changes occur m cells that make them lose their cancerous prop- erties and become non-cancer- ous. "Over the last five years we have been taking ascite tumor cells and by injecting only 101) c[ them into a healthy mouse e-Aild produce a cancer so se- vere it would kill a mouse in two to three weeks." Dr. Mor- yan said in an interview Tues- day. Ascite refers to a rapidly-fa- tal cancer tumor and an as- cite tumor is one that grows in a liquid form in the abdom- inal cavity rather than in a solid mass. GOT CANCER AND DIED "When the mice injected the ascite tumor devel- oped cancer and died, we took ceils from them and began1 to grow them in bottles in the laboratory. "The cells divided rapidly and we'd keep moving them from bottle to battle until we had millions of them availa- ble. "After growing these celts for three years, we injected not 100 but" up to of them into healthy mice but no cancerous tumors developed. "But more important still was that when we later hi- Couple Sues State For 11.2 Million WENATCHEE, Wash1. (AP) A Wenatchee couple has filed a claim against Washing- ton state for in con- nection with an attack against the wife by a stale prison pa- rolee and the death of their un- born child. The claim was filed with the state auditor in Olyrapia on be- half of Clifford and Cheryl Bull The sum asked was for the death of the stillborn child, public embarrassment, scars and future and past medical expenses, said Lowell Sperline. the couple's attorney. The claim alleges the state was negligent in releasing John E. Recce on parole from the Washington State Penitentiary in January, three months be- fore his knife attack on the pregnant Mrs. Bull in her east Wenatchee home. Her child was stillborn a few days after the attack. The claim also contends that Recce's personality disorders should have been known to au- thorities before his release, and the state had failed to disclose the true nature of Recce's past criminal record. A superior court jury con- victed Reece May 21 of assault in the attack on Mrs. Bull and of manslaughter in the infant's death. He was sentenced the following day to life imprison- ment. Togetherness All The Way For East Twins TORONTO (CP) Identi- cal twins Gordon and Graham Grant carry their tcgethcr- no5s all tile way. They graduated together Tuesday from Opcode Hall school after receiving identical marks in their final year. They plan to article and practise together alter taking a year to travel. The Toronto twins, 2.1. say "we like each other and we work well together.'1 As a team, Gordon and Gra- 1mm nin a dance hall and snack bar at a summer rc- scrl. They also look the On- tario junior tennis doubles championships four years in a row and came in second in the Canadian tennis doubles. They even licvc accidents t o g c I h c r, almost. Graham once cut his foot on a boat while water skiing. Gordon did the same thing later in tho day. What would happen if one of Ihrni gc; married? "It will be three in an .says Graham. jcctcd these same mice with nther cancerous cells, we found they were immunized and no cancer developed. "What we don't understand is what is actually happening to the cells we grow in the changes occur during that lime that alters them from cancerous to non- cancerous cells. NEKU TO KNOW ANSWER "When we find the answer to that question we'll know a great deal more about can- cer." One theory Dr. Morgan does have is that in each cancer tumor there are both malig- nant and healthy cells. "Maybe the malignant cells and the healthy ones join into sort of a hybrid cell which then enters 'a non-cancerous state." JUST AN ANGEL Brit- ish juvenile actor Jack Wild carries his own halo for his role in a musical comedy be- ing produced in California. The device might he useful for every growing hoy when being questioned by his par- ents. DRUG STORES LETHBRIDGE Boyd's Pharmacy 1644 Mayor Magrqth Drive Phone 328-3760 Kitsons Pharmacy McFarland Block Phone 327-3772 Marquis Pharmacy Ltd. Marquis Hole! Bldg. Phone 327-3231 McCready-Baines Pharmacy Ltd. 614 3rd Avc. S. Phone 327-3555 Stubbs Pharmacy 1506 9th Ave. S. Phone 328-5512 Westminster Drugs Ltd. 425 13th Street Norlh Phone 328-7833 S. ALBERTA STORES Kigci's Pharmacy Ltd. PINCHER CREEK Phone 627-3195 Low's Pharmacy COALDALE Phone 345-3466 Oddies Central Drug TABER Phone 223-2245 Temple City Drug CARDSTON Phono 653-3842 Quinn's Drug Store MILK RIVER ____Phone 647-3687 SOUTH EASTERN B.C. Norman's Pharmacy Ltd. 195 Doer Park Avenue, KIMBERLEY Phone 427-4544 Lingard Pharmacy Ltd. CRANBROOK, B.C. 1011 Baker Sheet Phone 456-4271 Prices subject to change We reserve the right to without notice. limit quantities. SALE ENDS JUNE 15th. Enter the A.R.P.- BRiSTOL MYERS i You could win a 19" RCA Color Television! See the flyer delivered to your home for details and entry form. v, 2.5 Regular 1.99 VACATION SPECIAL SAVE UP TO AN EVSNRUOE OUTBOARD Do you want to have more fun, end be more popular at the lake this Then all you have to do is to pick up an entry form for this 60 H.P. Evinrude Motor at any A.R.P. 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