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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 N't WrdnnilllV, hel.l> advantages go doctors assw-ialul with blood transfusions are caused by introducing someone flsc's into your body. Drs. Melvin M. Nowman. Roger Hamstra and Matthew IlliK'k Mild abnui 1 ccul of all patH'iits now rnviv-: iiitf tnmsl'usiiMis have sumu tyjjc I cf smous mlvnx1 reaction from i ht'piililis, tr.'insfiKnn nf niis-1 P'mclwr PINCIIER CKHFK (Pnecial j Pindior Creek is In have a police commission. Bylaw 1157 for the inent of such a commission I was passed at the recent matched blowl iuul various im- The physicians used ivactions. 'I'hev said Ihai.-iicns banked aiitologous autulo'Miiis transfusions remove blood from lo 19511 in 1711 these risks and could reduce the I patients, 107 of whom under-cosl of lH'art surgery. All drawn before surgery so that blood lost during tlie operation ci'ld be replaced with their own. When the doctors anticipated the need for one unit of blowl it was drawn 48 to 72 hours before surgery. If several units were needed a period of at least 48 hciirs was maintained between blood drawings. FEW REACTED After one unit was drawn the patient was Injected with an iron riestran solution to speed the regeneration of red blood cells. Only nine patients out had adverse reactions to I ho iron. Banked autoloRous blocd was first used in 1921 and occasionally after that for patients with rare blond types. In 1 1162 several physicians tried the method, but the chief drawback was that the amount of blood drawn was limited by the inability of the patient to replace red blood cells adequately due lo iron deficiency. The Denver doctors solved Ihis problem by injecting an iron solution immediately afler drawing blood. They normal adult men Irealed with iron could regenerate red blood cells rapidly enough to permit blood to be drawn five times a week for as long as 22 weeks. Authors said that, a barrier In widespread acceptance of aulo-Icgotis blood has been Uie belief that the patient would come to surgery weakened from blood loss. They reported that all sur-g e o n s who have used the method have been uniformly cn-thusastic about its freedom from complications and repeatedly that blood volume was restored within 12 hours afler blood was drawn. COULD ERUPT NEW YORK (AP) Discontent on U.S. college campuses could easily result in more widespread disruption, says a report on the campus turmoil of 1970 The report, prepared for the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, says all that is needed to spark new turmoil is an incident such as the shooting deaths of foar Kent State University stvdent-s. police Councillor John Olyslager was named by council to act as the tomi representative Ralph Orvis and Mrs. LeRoy Coodreim were appointed by the attorney-general's department To be eligible, persons must be residents of Pincher Creek and not employed by the HCMP. A chairman will be chosen and they will decide the time their monthly meetings be Canada works when Canadians get involved together. So the federal Government is putting 498 million dollars to work, through a series o! specific programs, to help create jobs for Canadians, CANADA WORKS WITH YOU You're a major force in making the program work. We're counting on vou. either on your own initiative or through your community groups, to come up with ideas for the Local Initiatives Program. For example, you may ivn'e a social service project or an idea to expand a cultural program, or improve substandard housing, or assist the about anything that makes your community a better place. The Tra'ning-on-the-Job Program will expand opportunities for :viing for those who are unemployed or have little work experience. For those with some basic work experience, the Canada Manpower Training Program has been extended to help provide additional learning. CANADA WORKS WITH BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY k, Juried in the Federal Government's plan is a program ol i r-i fiirer.i payments in employers lo nncourage Ihem to add to their stalls through theTraming-on-the-Job Program. This will help the trainee get valuable work experience that ho can apply in many jobs, CANADA WORKS WITH MUNICIPALITIES The Local Initiatives Program will help municipamies 10 create jobs through worthwhile community projects. Provincial will with municipalities to use this program to support nrni romrrunity piojecls that will give jobs to people in your eoirmunity, CANADA WORKS WITH THE PROVINCES Employment Loans Piogrnm In. inc.'! rapiUil wniks project1: onme projrcls I--. ilniK' 117 oihers hvniunicipalitior, with proviru M' finprowi. I'.ic. speeding tip the prnarnrn of Inn f'nntrnl Morlpnrj HoiKinq corpora ion to gel homes, student housing, and sewaya treatment projects under way. Loans will also be made to exhibition commissions, boards and associations to get people working on multi-purpose fair and trade buiidir.ys CANADA WORKS WITH FEDERAL PROJECTS There will be more job opportunities in maintenance and improvement activities on Federal buildings; transportation facilities; forest and park projects; and many others. WHERE IT ALL WORKS TOGETHER It starts at your Canada Manpower Centre. For advice and assistance on any of the programs you feel apply to you or your community, contact your local Canada Manpower Centre, They'll happy to help you. When Canadians get involved together, CANADA WORKS. Canada works Manpower Main-d'oauvre and Immigration et Immigration Otto Lang, Minister Otto Lanfl, Ministro ;