Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, May 15, 1972 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD 23 i o n the voiithmi 4 sULyLCrCbl'6 JEKK and old short-lerm impairment, as measured Barnes theorizes that the co-ordinaUon tests. -_ n Ollawa rat motor rats have would now like to deter- C-afM (Jf JkanM, rrleinoriami How early in life a person first starts using can-nabis might be more reasons for and Ihe significance of these differences are not fully The long-term users lend (o develop a "tolerance" lo effect of the drug during (he 40-day abstinence from their first drug what porlions of the brain might be affected by the reduction in size, and why il occurs. terms of some long-term effects than the length of time the fin.di.ngs are imporlant enough lhat Ihe federal Tn similar Llicy match the rats hi the (Marled the same phenomenon in another group morn general terms, they are concerned lhat giving tha DEATHS STOUT Passed away In the cily on Sunday, May 11, 1972, Mr. Lawrence Stout, al tiic age of 12 years, GERIIART Passed away in (he cily on Sunday, May 14, 1972, Mr. Cordon Edward Ger-harl, at the age of 49 years, IIAJBK Passed away nl Lelhbrirlge on Saturday, May 13, 1972, Maria of Talier, at the age of years, beloved uses cannabis, experiments with rats and the active ingredient of cannabis strongly will fund continued research by Miss Barnes this summer. This lime, she will use "mini-pigs" and do her research al Ihe OLlawa research no drug is given performance. The long-term or chronic users seem to leam to "cope" with Ihe drug in some way. In Ihis lalesl sludy, the rats were given a double dose, to see whether a new tolerance would develop. This particular group had bsen given THC during all three 40-day to Ihe young rals may in some way affect their development and result In effects later in life that do not occur In rats first exposed (o the drug as adults. husband of Mrs. Ida Stout of 2410 llth Avenue A S Funeral arrangements will be announced when c o m p I e L e (1. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral husband of Mrs. Ann Margaret Gerhart of 533 20lh St. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com-plclccl. MARTIN BROS. LTD, Directors of Funeral o.r Mr. Frank Hajek of Ta-her. Born al Ceralije, Yugoslavia, August 20, 1885. Married in Ihe Old Country, September 8, 1907. They farmed in Ihe Old Country unlil Mr. Hajek the users are young enough wlien they start, they might even develop smaller organs-including smaller than similar users who start later in the rat experiments of the federal health protection branch, formerly Ihe food and drug directorate. The studies on the special breed of "mini-pigs" should bet-ler determine how was to determnie if there is any difference resulting from the age of "first exposure" to TIIC. There were two control groups and four TIIC the double dose of THC was given, the adult rals in this chronic groun exhibited a slight but noticeable impairment. The young rals showed no Fried suggested lhat IT it applies lo humans, Ihen Individuals are going lo have U> be aware lhal use of cannabis early in life will have an effect in determining the drug side-ef- C1968 JONG Passed away in Ihe cily on Friday, May 12, 1372, following a lenglhy illness, Mr. Pon Kce Jong, at the age of 87 years of 310 2nd Avenue S., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Jung She. Born in Cliina in 1CW, the Mr. Jong came lo Vancouver in 1910 and after several years came lo Lelh-bridgc where he has resided for more than 50 years. He is survived by one brother, Mr. K. Yee Jong of Lclhbridge. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3.00 p.m., in Martin Bros. away when she moved Lo Taber to reside wilh her son in 1953. Survivors are Ihrcc sons, Frank of Taber, Anton and Vince of Chicago, two daughters, Mrs. Maria Horvath and Mrs. Rose Baranasic in Yugoslavia; 17 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. Prayers will be said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber on Monday, May 15 at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Tuesday, May IB al a.m., wilh Rev. Falhcr John Lchmann celebranl. Ir.-lerment will follow in Ihe significant difference in ral brain size between young and adult rats given THC was the most "unexpected" difference uncovered by psychologists Dr. Peter Fried and Carol Barnes al Ihe conclusion of a four-month-long, federally-funded study of some 120 rats. The younger rat users of THC also developed a tendency to "cany-over" some effects of the drug during periods of abstinence, so that they developed "tolerance" to renewed or increased doses of TIIC faster than companion rats who were first exposed to THC as findings of the rat studies are lo man, in terms of the effects of THC on social behavior as well as in terms of possible physical effects on lissues. 'The latest Carleton sludy is one of a series of animal experiments directed by Dr. Fried, lo determine (he effects of short and long-term doses of moderately high amounts of THC on rats wilb an eye on implications for human use of cannabis. In most studies, including this latest one, the rats are given a dose of 4 milligrams of THC per kilogram of body weight. In group consisted ol "infant" rats and "adult" raLs. The study was split into Ihree consecutive periods of 40 days, with the testing during the final period. The "infanl" rats stalled off at 30 days of age. The "adult" rals were 10 days old at the start. A ral is considered to reach maturity at about CO days of age. Miss Barnes gave one of the experimental groups THC during the first 40-day period, no THC during the second, and THC again during the final testing the experiments were completed, a crude analysis was done of the weights of selected organs from the rats. Generally, there was 2 noticeable change in weight of most organs of rats in the THC groups compared with rats in the control groups. The changes were greater in the short-term users lhan the long-term user groups, suggesting the damage caused by THC was being repaired by the chronic groups at the same time as they were developing "tolerance" to the TIIC. But in the two later in life. Beyond that, il becomes a personal and a moral decision, he added. John of Coleman, passed away in the Crowsnesl Pass Hospital on Sunday, May 14, 1972, al age 04 years. He was born in Nizna, Czechoslovakia, October 31, KiB7 and came to Canada, sel-tlicg in Coleman in 1912 and has been a resident there since. He married Rose Kubenec in Coleman in February 1922. He was employed by the International Mine until retiring i i 1950. He was a member of the 1C a 1 h o I i c Slovak Sociely ami I11D 11M1VA troop cut slowed SAIGON7 (Router) U.S. troop reductions in South Vietnam slowed last week to the lowest rate in eight months, the U.S. command reported today. Only 400 American servicemen 'left Sotilh Vietnam in the week ended last Thursday, leaving men in the country, said a militatry communique. The departure figure was the CHAPEL, W i L h RPV. ,rMC Inr hie Memorial Garden. the youthful user this is estimated noticed a difference mentioned above, [he since last Sept. 16 when II. W. K.' Rose, in Co'cman an FUNERAL a greater tendency to the effect of young and old rats. a n t rats had reduction of 300 was reported. terment will follow in the daughter and a in charge of Ihe average marijuana starters required sized brains in terms figures do not include nese section. Mountain Rose Katrichak in as physical damage doses of THC before 1 personnel in Cemelerv. Friends mav Survivors include body organs as a result To date, Dr. Fried's tolerance lo the scientists stress the the 7th Fleet off the coast- i D long-lerm use lhan rpvealnd thnt ndnlt raLs rennired part of the three limes as many QS their respecls al iviuiuii wiuj-TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. John and Alex in Calgary and Peter in Edmonton; chronic users or both users" of THC exhibit the twice as many not as carefully weeks ago. 3rd Avenue S. Phone Mrs. Ed (Mary) OF MARTIN Edmonton; 13 vr i lors of one great brother, Paul in I would like to two sisters, Anna many kind friends and Altos, uamorma ana who showed me and KLTNV Hsrrv, passed Seffner in Florida. Prayers so much said in the Coleman my recent illness I May 12 1972. at the age of Catholic Church, all the visits, years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Kutny of ?ln 1Mlh Monday (lonight) May 15. Requiem Mass will be gifts and telephone calls, and I am grateful also for of at a.m. and care shown to Mr. Kulny was iiorn in 1C, Coleman Holy the physicians, nurses First Canadian UUralne on ugu. Church. Interment at the Lethbridge came employed in the in family plot, Coleman Catholic Cemetery. F A N T I the cottage of mining LTD.. is in The property you've almost immediately, lie re- -tired after approximately 30 wanted? Want to years of continuous present property? Bank ment In the coal mines. He can help you buy, build an active member of the the easy way with bridge Miners' Club and was Passed away In loving Home Loan. member of the St. Peter and St. Paul Greek Island on Sunday, May 14, 1972, George, at age of 96 of Florence, who to towards 75% Church. He is survived by was predeceased by May 15, value of the property at a wife, Helen three Mrs. Rose Marie sHent interest rate of 11% per drcn, Mrs. D. A. ihacklelord ol Lethbridge, Mrs. E. Peterson of Bremerton, Wash.- and in 19-15 and one son, Julius, in 1024. He immigrated lo Bow Island from God could have spared you for just a few take up to 10 years to re-The collateral you provide Peter Kutny of Vancouver, B.C.; two granddaughters Dakota, in 1909 and homesteaded south of Bow Ever remembered by Myrtle Johnson, very property you buy plus the coverina fire a grandson. Mass He was one of the be lield in Peter in the district you can repay in St. Paul Greek Calholic his farming operation In loving mem-orv of a doar mother without penalty. And on Tuesday, 16 al Ho is survived by life-insured at no a.m., wilh Father H. Zuback Mathew, Andrew and passed away May 15, celebrant. will all of Bow Island vou mom, we low in (lie Mount Calvary sec-lion of the Mountain View Medicine H a t and George Jr. of Abbotsford, B.C.; For in our hsarls you are with n- how easy owning, improving or adding to your vacation home etery. Prayers will be said Mrs. Halph SU1I, Behind our smiles there can be with a the Christensen Chapel Mrs. Peter a Loan. We want you at p.m. (327 10th St. Courtesy parking on the both of Bow Island, Mrs. Campbell (Rose) the mom we lost and loved so money's side of the chapel. and Mrs. C. Del SEN S A L M HOME LTD., Directors of Brien, both of Lethbridge; two sisters, Mrs. Marion Lorraine and neral Regina and Mrs. Rose of Oeeanside, California PUBLIC 65 great-grandchildren and In memory of a dear husband, Prayers will grandfather, Nick HERBICIDE TENDER Tenders will be accepted for Ihe following chemicals: U 15 gal. drums Amine BO oi-10 45 gal. drums Esler 12B in SI. Michael's Roman Calholic Church, Bow Island on Tuesday, May 16 at p.m. Funeral services will be con-dueled from SI. Michael's Roman Calholic Church, passed away May 15, 1970. Two lonely years have passed away since our great sorrow fell, The shock which we received thr.t day, we still Home 1. Please submit Tc R. W. on Wednesday, May M-D. of Cardsfon No. Cardslon, 11 am., Rev. Father hearts slill ache with celebranl. our secret tears FUNERAL Tabcr. in charon nf wfosl. nictinl to lose te one will ever we are sad and 1 CANADA OF every: goes wroiy, We seem lo tear vou i, up and carry w H. Passed remembered i in the city on missed by his ijaffi UtajJ 1 tKPi May 13, 1972, Mr. family. jJRSgBT i Beveridge Henderson, al Ihe I t JP V. jjrlffcSB TENDER PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDERS FOR WATERMAIN AND DOMESTIC SEWER CONSTRUCTION Sealed lenders will IHP received undersigned unlil p.m. lcr.nl time, on Mnv 31, 1972, for Additions and i- tar, Sewer nnd Slorm Drainage Sys- Brandon Cc'Hi flf J Watprmnln ind Domestic Sower Construction. Thr; jilo of the is facaled In fhe Cily cf Brnndon, Mtin- lloba. The work consisls of !he simply of nil mfllerlnls for and Itie Installa- tion of approximately fcol of 6.13 Inch water mftln associated work, nnd lest of 8-18 inch sewer main associated work The plans and specifications rnny bo viewed In the Winnipeci, Brandon, Sas- katoon and Rcgina offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construct io n Association. Plans, ipeclllrnlions, Instrucllons forms tor bldrtinn may ho obtain- ed Irom the undnrslnnccl al his olflce In Rcflln.i, Sasfcflfchfiwnn, upon (hi deposit of Iwenty five dollars (S35.00) cnsh cr a rrrliflcil chcqup loi amount, payable to Iho Rnroivcr ernl of Canada plfns anrf sprflNcali wilhln one month after Tonderi will nol l unless marir on the fnr find in accordance with Supplied wlih I ho retur cl ordor instructions dors must l-.o nccompflnlecl by spcur. lly In Ih? amounl flnd form specified In lllo Inslruclions. ThR lowest or nny tender nol neces- Ov Ordrr age of 78 years, heloral lius IKHK] of Mrs. Florence llemler- son of 41-1 25lh St. S. Born, raised and educalwl in Fife, Scotland in 1893, the lale Mr. Henderson came lo ada in lOOfi. In 1917 he began a farming operation in Hie hlc- Nally dislricl which the family slill opuralcs today. In I9U5 he moved to Lelbbridge to live after his semi-retirement ant: has resided here until his pass- ing. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by two sons, J. Rus- sell Henderson and Richard G. Henderson, both of Lcthbridge; one daughter, Mrs. (Isabel) A. Ivan, of Taber, five grandchil- dren; two brothers, Mr. Rich- ard (Dick) Henderson and Mr. Jack S. Henderson, both of Lelhbridge. He was prede- ceased by one brother. Mr. A. W. Henderson. The funeral service will he held on Tuos- day at p.m. in M a r I i n I Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Or K. K. Elliott i officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 8 1 2 ,'ird Avenue S., phono 32B-23GI. Those who wish may donnte lo the charity of Ihcir choice. MARTIN' BROS. LTD., Dircc- tors of Fuucral Service, .1 I n lovinai mi'imin of ;i dear Iv.i.sband.: father nid or. John, i p ;i s s o (11 May is! who (away JI971. [You suffered with courage. we knew nci your pain, Yon fc-jjlil lo get we'll, but all was i n vain. "The called you home to His gnrdrn of re.sl, It is tnie n-lMl (hey say, He lakes only the 'bcsl. rcmeinlwrd h y wife Ka'Jicrinc; sons. Ed- ward, FrarJi, Riclvml and families. 207.1 Girl, 16, killed al crossing niDSRUUV (Cl1) -niaiiiui Gail Hayncr, 16. of nearby Olds was killed when a car in which she was n passenger collided wilh a slnlinnnry Ir.-iin al a level near llii.'< I C19G6 central Alberta town.