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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 THE ICTHBRIDGE HERAlD Wednesday, Hovembor 25, 1V7C ,s Cardinal says only Oiina seems to have answer MANILA (AP) A Roman Jalholic cardinal said today hat only the Chinese Commun- ists seem to be able to solve Asia's most pressing problems. "The tragedy of our said Thomas Cardinal Cooray ot Ceylon, "is that no one else AN OLD PRO HOLDS HIS OWN-Broderick Crawford, an old acting pro who knows all tha tricks, plays a with Stephen Brooks, one of the young doctors on the television series "The Intern." Crawford says he's some- time! amused by "these young actors frying some but says he knows their, air "and a few extra- as wsll." Heart transplants TORONTO (CP) Dr. C. B. Baker, heart surgeon at St. Mi- chael's Hospital, said Tuesday reports that an American tech- nique in vein transplants will make heart transplants unnec- essary are He was referring to reporctd statements by Dr. Donald Ross, consultant at London's National Heart Hospital, that he plans no further heart transplants be- cause the American technique makes most heart transplants unnecessary. Dr. Ross, who performed Britain's only three heart trans> plants, said a Geveland, Ohio, clinic has had great success taking veins from a patient's teg and grafting them into the heart to bypass blocked or con- stricted blood vessels. Dr. Ross said there Is no jus- tification for continuing with heart transplants at present. Dr. Baker said the vein graft- ing technique has been used more than 100 times in Toronto hospitals during the las' year, hit Is not an alternative to transplants. Teart transplants are at- tempted In cases where the pa- tient's heart muscle is failing or where the arteries have deterio- rated too much for a graft to work, he said. Vflie vein grafts wers used to lessen pain and took place at a much earlier stage than heart transplants, he said. to Montreal, Dr. Pierre Gron- din, who performed Canada's first heart transplant operation In 1968 and subsequently did eight others, said at least 200 bypass operations have bees dons at the Montreal Heart In- stitute in the last two years. "It Is apt a new said in an inerview. "It makes at least half of all possi- ble transplant operations unnec- essary." Dr. Grondin delivered a paper on the Cleveland techniques as developed by Dr. Rene C. Fava- loro and Dr. Donald Effler at a meeting of the Eoya! College of Physicians and Surgeons earlier this year. Soviet paper blames CIA MOSCOW ce.'jmie or trans- less Shan half-price! 25 of 1 design in each box. MAKE KRESGE'S YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS CHILDREN'S PLUSH MOIR'S POT OF GOLD CHOCOLATES XXX Chocolates, Kresge's Special, M box NiWI GlAB KITCHEN CATCHERSI 15 LARGE POLY BAGS 15" x 6" x 2" extra strong, ant! leakproof-, Kresge's Regular Prko 49c. sfi pkgs, g Special %P for fe RIDi 'EM HORSE 5.98, Special PtEASE NOTE! QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED ON All SAU MERCHANDISE! OPEN Tltl 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NiGHTSl OR REFUNDED ;