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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, Novcmibor 9, 1970 Early wnrnina system of disease it for detection of cystic fibrosis encouraging Canadian Press .science Writer system (or the OTTAWA A child spe-1 detection of cystic fibrosis. is important in starting therapy that can lengthen life. Dr. Darirl Evans' of Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., and Dr. JI.'Park, a child specialist, a diagnostic system based on If it proves successful in ex- panded trials as a mass screen- ing tccluiique, it could become trials with an inexpensive shortcut lo local- Guest at U.S. embassy VIENNA (AP> Jiiszcl Car- dinal Mindszenty entered liis I5tli year of asylum in the United Slates embassy at Buda- pest this week. An American official said: "I hope to bp as healthy as he is when I anr 78." The prelate is known as "our guest'1 at tiie embassy he lives in a small apartment. His windows face spacious sag (Freedom) Square. He can look down on a small park where children play on sunny davs. Franz Cardinal Kcenig, arch- bishop ci Vienna, is the only non-diplomatic visitor Cardinal Mimlszenty is allowed to sec. On his I rip lo Budapest, he. i brings along books and Hie lit- j est Vatican publications. Then lie chats for hours with tho Hun- garian cardinal. WRITING MEMOIRS? Cardinal .Mindszenty appar- ently is writing his memoirs. If "they cannot be published during his lifetime as there !s tacit understanding between the A VERY STEADY JOB Erwin Gallant has courage. He needs it while balancing on an 8-inch-wide beam 700 feet in the air above the Toronto skyline. His partner, on the smokestack construction job, doesn't take the same chances he's holding tight while smiling lor the photo- grapher. Travel business hits high spots OTTAWA (CP) Travel be- tween 'Canada and other coun- tries showed a marked increase in July from a year earlier, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported today, Coleman couple is honored COLEMAN (COT Bureau) Mr. and Mrs. Jack Colliding of Coleman were recently honored by friends and neigh bors as they celebrated Iheir silver wed- ding anniversary. Mr. Colliding, a patient in the Crowsne-st Pass Hospital, was released Cor a few hours, to at- tend the anniversary. The Goul- dings were married in Cole- man in October of 1945. On behalf of the gathering, Mrs. S, Penney presented Mr. and Mrs. Goulding mth an an- niversary gift. The number of overseas vis- itors entering Canada rose by 9.7 per cent to J05.0CO, while Hie number of Canadians returning to Canada from overseas was up 3.3 per cent to I Nearly 6.6 million visitors came from the United States, an increase of 4.2 per cent, while the number of Canadians returning from U.S. points rose 3.4 per cent to more than five million. The bureau also reported that in the first seven months cf 1970, the number of Canadians returning from overseas rose 31 per cent, the number of over- seas visitors to Canada rose 38 per cent, U.S. visitors rose 4.2 per cent, and Canadians return- ing from the "U.S. rose 1.9 per cent. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE I AONEW TO HETUK.N WASHINGTON (AP) The Star quotes a high administra- tion official as saying flatly that Vice-President Spiro T. Agnew will be on the Republican ticket in the 1972 presidential elec- tions. Herbert G. Klein, the ad- ministration's director of com- munications, is quoted as say- ing: "If it is a Nixon re-eleclion campaign, it will be a Nixon-Ag- I new campaip." Klein said j there is no reason to presume I Nixon will not run. ,1- >fc Americans and the Hungarians that Cardinal Mindszsnty not speak out on any issues. The cardinal has made clear in his talks wllh Cardinal Ko- enig that ha will not leave Hun- gary unless the Communist gov- ernment withdraws the accua- tions which led to his imprison- ment in 1949. He was accused of treason and disloyalty to th? government, and sentenced to a life term. Seven years loler, the cardi- nal was freed briefly during the Hungarian revolution. He sought asylum in (he embassy Nov. 4, 1956, when the revolu- tion is ci u lit i Hung run offjci ils te- peatedly indicated they would allow Cardinal Mindszenty to go lo Rome on a personal amnesty, but they have declined to lake back tho 1949 verdict. PRODUCE MORE GIRLS LONDON (AP) Dr. John Belts is trying to find out why deep sea divers apparently have an unusual tendency to produce daughters. As chairman of the i medical committee of the Brit- ish Subaqua Ctab, Bells discov- jerecl that 10 of 11 children born I to Royal Navy divers were fe- male s. Statistically, there should have been a slight pre- pomiuaitcc of boys, he said Ssl- iit an ing cystic fibrosis within a few hours of birth. Current testing procedure is expensive and cumbersome, in- volving collection of sweat from suspected sufferers and labora- tory analysis. Tilts probably remain the final determinant in a diag- nosis of cystic fibrosis. The new test's value may te that it of- fers a chance that a mass screening of all live birihs may be feasible to pick out potenlial cases. Fingernail parings from pa- tients arc the materials tested. Subjected tor a period to ra- dioactivity, Ihcy will yield pre- Five convicts killed MANILA (AP) Five con- victs were stabbed and beaten to death and eight others in- jured Saturday in fights at the national penitentiary in jHuntin- lupa, 15 miles south of this Phil- ippine capital, a prison official said. Designed for prison- ers, the prison has in- cluding 420 awaiting execution. Most of the violence during the past month h'3s occurred near the death row section. cise data on the chemical com- position. Scientists at Texas A and M University and Baylor College of Medicine have provided evi- dence that persons with cystic fibrosis have greater than 50 parts per billion of copper in fingernail parings. Dr. Evans irradiated 40 nail each from 20 pa- r' whom had cystic fibrosis. The characteristic high copper contort revealed by activation analysis in 16 of the 20 cvst'c parings. The four samples that eluded detection turned out to be toe- nail parihgs rather than finger- nail so Dr. Evans regards the small-scale trial as indicating the possibility of 100 per cent accuracy. He and Dr. Park now are de- signing a mass screening test program which they hope to bunch over a large part of east- ern Ontario if they can get re- search funds from the cystic fi- brosis foundation or other grants agency. About one person in 20 carries the genetic fault that results in cystic fibrosis in the next gencr- aiion. Mating of two such per- sons increases chances of the disease appearing to one in four. Key to control of Ihe disease would he identification of car- riers before they mate. Expen- sive diet and drug therapy helps relieve symploms of sufferers who are especially susceptible lo respiratory infections. WHEAT HARVEST DOWN SYDNEY, Australia (neuter) The Australian wheat harvest tWs year may be 100 million bushels below last season's esti- mated crop of 357 million bushels, official sources said here. A combination of drought and frost has cut this season's crop in all stales except Vvest- ern Australia. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan BIdg. 328-4095 ATTENTION MOBILE HOME BUYERS! Here are TWO Important Facts 1. Brand new 12-foot wide, 2-bedroom mobile homes fully furnished with fridge, stove, furnace, chesterfield and chair, dining suite, beds, lamps, drapes, etc. ONIY, 2. We have the only mobile! homes in Canada approved by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation so be sura to see ihese before you buy! "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. (TRAILER DIVISION) Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S, Phone 327-1418 NOY.12H1 Downfill Ski Jackets at Man-Sized Savings! Reg 40.00. Low sale pricel Men's downfill jackets in belted longer length. 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