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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 15, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 W, VWi 7, and the youthful vlriksl (AkJj JEKK CAHUUTHERS vounc and old short-term impairment, as measured Barnes theorizes that the co-ordination tests. o Ottawa rat motor rats have would now like to deter- 1 i) Win L.ard6 Uf JkanM, Jn, How early in life i person first starts using reasons for and the significance of these differences are not fully The long-term users tend to develop a "tolerance" to effect of the drug during the 40-day abstinence from their first 40-day drug what portions of the brain might be affected by the reduction in size, and why it occurs. 7 might be more the findings are Tn ipsis. r'BlBoled the same morp general terms, they terms nf some long-term elects than the length of time that the federal government will fund continued the rats in the "control" groups no drug is in another group when the rats were given a concerned that giving the THC to the young rats may in uses cannabis, by Miss Barnes to sec whether a new way affect their develop- STOUT Passed away in the city on Sunday, May Passed away n Uie city on Sunday, May 14, [972 Mr. Cordon Edward Passed away at Lethbridge on Saturday, May 13, 1972, Maria of Taber, at experiments with ats and the active ingre-ient of cannabis This time, she will use "mini-pigs" and do her research long-term or chronic users seem to leam to "cope" with (he drug in some would develop. This particular group had been given THC during all three 40-day and result in effects later in life that do not occur In rats first exposed to the drug as the age of 13 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ida Stout of 2410 llth Avenue A S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. at the age of 49 years, be-oved husband of Mrs. Ann Margaret Gerhart of 533 20th 31. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. of 87 years, beloved mother of Mr. Frank Hajek of Born at Ceralije, Yugoslavia, August 20, 1885. Man-led n the Old Country, September 8, 1907. They farmed in the Old Country until Mr. Hajek pass-Mi away when she moved to Taber to reside with her If the users are young enough when they start, they might ven develop smaller icluding smaller than imilar users who start later in ife, the rat experiments al Carleton University suggest. A significant difference in Ottawa research laboratories of the federal health protection branch, formerly the food and drug directorate. The studies on the special breed of "mini-pigs" should better determine how applicable the findings of the rat studies are to man, in terms of the this latest study, the intention was to determnie if there is any difference resulting from the age of "first exposure" to THC. There were two control groups and four THC groups. Each group consisted of "infant" rats and "aciult" rats. When the double dose of THC was given, the adult rats in this chronic grouo exhibited a but noticeable impairment. The young rats showed no impairment. After the experiments were completed, a crude analysis Dr. Fried suggested that if It applies to humans, then individuals are going to have to be aware that use of cannabis early in life will have an effect in determining the drug side-effects later in life. Beyond that, it becomes a personal and a size between young of the weights of decision, he added. JONG Passed away in the city on Friday, May 12, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Pon Kee Jong, at the age of 87 years of 310 2nd Avenue S., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Jung She. Born in Cliina in 1804, the late Mr. Jong came to Vancouver in 1910 and after several years came to Lethbridge where he has resided for more than 50 years. He is survived by one brother, Mr. K. Yee Jong of Lelhbridge. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m., in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, w i t h Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the John of Coleman, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Sunday, May 14, 1972, at age 84 v e a r s. He was born in Nizna, Czechoslovakia, October 31, 1887 and came to Canada, settling 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 in 1950. He was a member of the Catholic Slovak Society (Jcdnola) and the UMWA. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Rose, in Co'cman, an infant daughter and a 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 TB'ber on Mcaday, May 15 at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Tuesday, May 16 al a.m., with Rev. Father John Lchmann celebrant. Ir.-terment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME Taber, in charge of rats given THC was the most "unexpected" difference uncovered by psychologists Dr. 3eter Fried ami Carol Barnes at the conclusion of a four-month-long, federally-funded study of some 120 rats. The younger rat users of THC also developed a tendency to 'carry-over" some effects of he drug during periods of abstinence, so that they developed 'tolerance" to renewed or increased doses of THC faster ban companion rats who were first exposed to THC as adults. Finally, the youthful user exhibited a greater tendency to repair what the experimenter viewed as physical damage inu on social ucnaviur da well as in terms of possible physical effects on tissues. 'The latest Carleton study is one of a scries of animal experiments directed by Dr. Fried, to determine the effects of short and long-term doses of moderately high amounts of THC on with 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 a human, this is estimated to equal the effect of smoking eight average marijuana periods of 40 days, with the testing during the final period. The "infant" rats stalled off at 30 days of age. The "adult" rats were 10 days old at the start. A rat is considered to reach maturity at about 60 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 period. She noticed a difference between young and old rats. The young starters required only eight doses of THC before from the rate. Generally, there was a 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 than 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 THC. But in the two "carry-over" groups mentioned above, the in-fant rats had significantly smaller sized brains in terms of troop cut slowed SAIGON (Reuter) U.S. troop reductions in South Vietnam slowed last week to tha lowest rate in eight months, the U.S. command reported today. Only 400 American servicemen left South Vietnam in the week ended last Thursday, ing 65.000 men hi the country, i said a militatry communique. The departure figure was the lowest since last Sept. 16 when a reduction of 300 was reported. The figures do not include navy personnel in vessels nese section, Mountain Rose Katrichak in bodv organs as a result To date. Dr. Fried's developed tolerance to the scientists stress the the 7th Fleet off the coast- Cemetery. Friends may Survivors include long-term use than revealed that "first-time I The adult rats required part of the three times as many as their respects at Martin John and Alex in chronic users or both users" of THC exhibit the twice as many doses. was noi as careiuuy weeks ago. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Avenue S. Phone Mrs. Ed (Mary) OF MARTIN BROS. LTD., Edmonton; 13 tors of Funeral one great brother, Paul in I would like to two sisters, Anna many kind friends and Altos, L.autoima ano iuar.y Seffner in Florida. Prayers so much KUTNY Harry, said in the Coleman my recent illness. I away in the city on Friday, May 12, 1972. at the age of 70 years beloved husband of Catholic Church, p.m. Monday (tonight) May 15. Heouiem Mass will be all the visits, flowers cards, gifts and telephone calls and I am grateful also for of Helen Kutny of 510 10th St. N. gm ATr Ktiinv was born in tne i ,T TJ and care shown to First Canadian Air. IYUUIV uu-1 obtain- ed from the undftrsiqncd at his oltice In Reolna, Saskfltchfiwnn, upon thi deposit of twenty five dollars (S25.00) CRSh or a certified cheque for the mount, payaMe to the Receiver Gem- em! of Canada, which onr-osit will he redeemable upon the return ol 'lie anrf specifications in qood order wilhln one month ,itlcr tenders Mvn will no! lift considered unless marie on the forms supplied, and in accordance with instructions Supplied wllh the specifications. Trn- dors must he nccompanled by t and form specified s. ThR lowest or tender not neces- rllv accepted. fly Ordr- Mot he Rfpina, Ji age of 78 years, beloved hus band of Mrs. Florence llendei son of 414 25lh St. S. Born, raised and educated in Ceres Fife, Scotland in 1893, the late Mr. Henderson came to Car ada in In 1917 he began a farming operation in the Me Nally district which the familv still operates today. In 1965 he moved to Lethbridge to live after his sumi-retirement and has resided here until bis pass- ing. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by two sons, J. Rus- sell Henderson and Richard G. Henderson, both of Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. (Isabel) A. Ivan, of Taber, five grandchil- be dren; two brothers, Mr. Rich- j i, sas- ard (Dick) Henderson and Mr. J i .UVKOWIAK 1 n lovinji j memory of a dear husband, j fall n: IK! kiandfjither. John, I who p a s s n d j away May 15, j 197L j You sufferer] j with courage, j we knew noi j your pain, You to get well, but all was i n vain, The Lord called you home to His garden of rest, It is true what they say, He takes only the best. rcmembcrd h y wife Kslhcriitc; sons. Jack S. Henderson, both of j Lethbridge. He was prcde- j ceased by one brother. Mr. A. W. Henderson. The funeral service will be held on Tues- day at p.m. in M a r I i n i s 1 Ml 1 Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, Ijll'l, .10, KlllCU with Rev. Dr. 11. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment mil fol- low in Mountain View Ccm- ctery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TUA DITIONAL CHAPEL, 8 1 2 ;ird Avenue S., phono 328-2361. Those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. 1 MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- i tors of Funeral Service, ward, Frank, Richard families. 2073 crossing niDSBURY (CP) -niannji Gail Uayncr, 16, of ncnrhy Olds was killed when a car in tt'liioli she was a passenper collided wilh a slalinnary al a level orossinu near C19C6 central Alberta town. ;