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0 24 The GAZETTE. Montreal. June 29. 1976 Radio messages from balloonist Also listed in these columns Engagements. Announcements.
Marriage Notices. Divorces. Chosen Child'en. Requiem Messes, In Memoriam. Unveilings.
Cards of Thanks. Phone: 866-4771 HOURS: From 8 30 a m. to 9 pin. (closed Saturdays) SUNDAY HOLIDAYS: From 12 noon to 4 pm. RATE: 15 per word Minimum charge 52.00 per day DEATHS Teacher's Pet heard by pilots NEW YORK (Reuter) Two airline pilots reported yesterday they had picked up radio messages from a Michigan flying instructor trying to make the first successful transatlantic crossing in a balloon.
Pilots for Pan American World Airways and Alitalia Airlines said they heard radio reports Sunday night from 1 Karl Thomas, who set out EurPe last Friday from the Lakehurst New Jersey Naval Air Station in a huge helium-filled balloon. Both pilots estimated that at the time of the radio contact Thomas, 27, was approximately 900 miles east of New York and about 250 miles southeast of Halifax, the pilots said Thomas iden tified himself and supplied the number of his balloon. But they reported they were unable to establish contact with Thomas. It was the first time IN MEMORIAMS FORSYTH, Catherine (Kay). In loving memory of my dear wife who passed away June 29, 1973, thres years ago today.
Always remem-bered. Bob. MAN FIELD, David John. In memory of a dear son and brother who passed away June 29, 1971. I had a little boy To me he brought much joy, His name was David John, He was little but he was strong.
I thank God for the privilege of having him for so short a time, It was so very hard to accept his death, But I guess God knows best. They say He works in mysterious ways and I know I will join David someday, Sometimes I wish it could be tomorrow, But then I would bring my family much sorrow. I give Thee my son David Into Thy care, I know he will watch over us all from there, I had such hopes for him, now all my hopes are dim. I must go on and do my best, I'm sure if David thought me unhappy; he wouldn't rest. I have so many wonderful memories of him, I held him on my knee the night before he died, I can still hear him telling me all his joys and fears, About all the things that he held dear.
What about all the nights the two of us cried? When we couldn't change things no matter how hard we tried. So good-bye dear cntii we're side by side. Sadly missed by Mom and Dad, Harold, Marilyn, Bernlce, Ross, Joan, Bill, Jim, Steve and Grand-ma Lunan. O'BRIEN, Ellen. In loving memory of a dear mother, who passed away eleven years ago, June 29.
Till memory fades, and life departs. You will live forever in our hearts. Sadly missed and always remembered by son Jim and daughter-in-law Leona. PETERS, John. In memory of John, who passed away June 29, 1963.
Too dearly loved to ever be forgot-ten. Cathy. PETERS, John. In loving memory of a dear son and brother, who passed away June 29, 1963. Sadly -missed and always remembered by Mom, sisters and brothers.
Thomas had been heard and Janet loyful-from since early Sunday iy announce the birth of a daugh- britlSn aCtOr Stanley Baker dead at 49 MALAGA, Spain -(Reuter) Sir Stanley Baker, British actor known for his tough portrayals, died in hospital here yesterday of complications following an operation for lung cancer three months ago. He was 49. Dr. Jose Gonzalez Molina, head of the medical team that treated the actor, said he died in the intensive care unit of the hospital. Baker, knighted by Queen Elizabeth only last month, was known mainly for his roles in films such as The Cruel Sea and Guns of Na-varone.
The actor, who was operated on for lung cancer in London in February, became ill at his Marbella villa last Friday, friends said. Soviet arms buildup said beyond need OTTAWA (CP) Defence Minister James Rich- ardson says the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact countries are building up arms beyond their defensive requirements. He said on the CBC television program The Nation's Business he had been told of the arms buildup during recent NATO meetings in Brussels. "The Soviet Union and the Communist states that make up the Warsaw Pact continue year by year to build up their military capability far beyond their defensive requirements," he said. 7 II BORDEN, Phil (Bordensky).
On Sunday, June 27, 1976. Dearly beloved husband of Edna Priven. Loving father of Leslie, Mrs. Leo Gerczuk (Ghita), Eric and Cathy. Beloved son of Mrs.
Eva Bordensky of Mexico City and the late Morris Bordensky. Dear brother of Mrs. Frank Aronovltch (Tillie) and Shea of Mexico City. Funeral services from Paperman 8, Sons, Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road, on Monday, June 28 at 3 p.m. To Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem Congregation Cemetery, de la Savane.
Shiva strictly private. Special thanks to the Palliative Care Unit of the Royal Victoria Hospital. In lieu of gifts, do-nations to Cancer Research. BROWN, Harold. At his residence on Saturday, June 26, 1976.
Beloved husband of Veronica Ann Hughes. Dear father of George William and Harold Thomas. Resting at the J. F. Wilson and Sons Funeral Home, 5784 Verdun Ave.
Service In the Chapel Wednesday, June 30 at a.m. Interment Field of Honor Pointe Claire. Mr. Brown was an ex-member of the Black Watch. BRUKER, Nathan (Nat).
Suddenly on Sunday, June 27, 1976. Beloved husband of Rhoda Vlneberg. Devoted father of Mrs. Jason Marco-vitz (Stephanie) and Mrs. Jack Zwicker (Elizabeth) of Toronto.
Brother of Mrs. Jack Nadler (Rae), Mrs. Jack Bloch (Celia) of Jersey City, New Jersey, and Mrs. Sam Reinblatt (Sonla). Funeral services from Paperman Sons, Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road, on Tuesday, June 29 at 1 p.m.
To the Shaar Ha-shornayim Congregation Cemetery, Mount Royal Blvd. Shiva private. In lieu of gifts, contributions may be made to the "Nathan Bruker Memorial Fund" at the Shaar Hashomayim Congrega-tion. CAMERON, Mary. At the Montreal General Hospital on Saturday.
June 26, 1976, Mary Toal of Verdun. Beloved wife of Clauson Cameron. Dear mother of Noreen (Mrs. John Kenneth Manlon) of Rawdon, and the late Laurence. Loving grandmother of Lorl.
Visitation at Clarke MacGilllvray White Funeral Directors, 5644 Bannantyne Ave. (at Beatty, Verdun). Funeral mass from St. Thomas More Church on Wednesday, June 30 at 10 a.m. Interment Cote des Neiges Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Victoria Order of Nurses, 1246 Bishop Montreal, and will be gratefully acknowledged. Visiting hours 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. CARROLL, William Francis. At the Montreal General Hospital on Friday, June 25, 1976, William Francis Carroll.
Beloved brother of Edward, Cecily, Elizabeth (Mrs. E. Power), Bertha and the late Eleanor. Visitation at Clarke Mac-Gillivray White Funeral Directors, 5644 Bannantyne Ave. (at Beatty, Verdun).
Funeral mass Tuesday, June 29 at 9 a.m. at St. Thomas More Church. Interment Cote des Neiges Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to 5 p.m.
and 7 to 9 p.m. De BROUX, Arthur. Suddenly, at St. Laurent Residence, June 27, 1976, aged seventy-one years, Arthur De Broux, beloved husband of Lu-cienne Roussel, dear father of Serge (husband of Lise Richard), Claudette (Mrs. Rene Bertheau), survived by sisters Angele and Maria (Mrs.
Camille Corlier) of Genbloux, Belgium, his sisters-in-law Mrs. Eugene De Broux (Fleurette) and Annette Roussel, also five grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, June 30, from J. R. i Deslaur iers Funeral Home, 790 St.
Croix Blvd. for service In St. Sixte Church, at 10 a.m. thence Cote Des Neiges Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
Parlor open at 2 p.m. DOHENY, Keith. Accidentally on June 15, 1976, age 23 years, son of Dorothy and Michael, brother to Grant and Christopher. Funeral aci vite no) itciu ai vaiyary. Mi' berta, June IB, 1976.
DUBNEY, Elizabeth (nee Schwartz). Suddenly on June 28, 1976 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, loving mother of Valerie, (Mrs. David Kenet) and Jack, dear mother-ln-lsw of David and Cookie, sister of the late Max Hel-man Swards, Edith (Mrs. O. TU chauer).
Jack, Sarah, (Mrs. B. Holt), Sylvia (Mrs. L. Hamburg) and David, also survived by sever grandchildren.
Funeral service from Paperman and Sons Cote dess neiges inapei, 5605 cote des, Neiges Road on Wednesday, June 30 at 11 a.m. To Mount Royall Cemetery. Shiva strictly private. EAST, Hilda. At the Champtaln Hospital on Sunday, June 27, 1976, Hilda Henley, aged seventy-two years, beloved wife of the late George A.
East, dear mother of Clarance, Audrey (Mrs. A. Nichols) and the late Eleanor, sister of Grace (Mrs. E. Wilson).
Resting at the J.F. Wilson and Sons Funeral Home, 5784 Verdun Avenue. Service In the Chapel on Wednesday, June 30 at 2:30 p.m. Interment Montreal Memorial Park. GAWTHROP, Edith.
At the Lake-shore General Hospital, on June 27, 1976. Edith May Mel lor, beloved wife of Neville L. Gawthrop, dear mother of Hilary (Mrs. D. Parsons).
Funeral from D. A. Collins Memorial Chapel, 222 Metropolitan Boulevard (Highway 20, at Cartier) Pointe Claire, on Friday, at 10 a.m. Interment Lakeview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, 3555 Berri Street, Montreal, or the Canadian Cancer Society, will be gratefully BIRTHS ARANOFF.
Stan and Beryl (nee Tryansky) proudly announce the birth of a son on June 26, 1976 at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Brother to Evan. Very special thanks to Doctor Robert Koby and the casenom staff. CULLEK. Brian and Eleanor (nee Rose) proudly announce the birth of their third child, a son.
Brent McRae, 8 lb. 8 at the Royal Victoria Hospital on Fri-day, June 25, 1976. Both well. EDWARDS. Wyndal and Norma (nee Griffith) announce the birth of their daughter, at the Jewish General Hospital, on June 22, 1976.
GIBSON. To Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bruce Gibson (nee Mary Jane Reynolds), a daughter, Sarah Reynolds, born June 6, 1976 at the Brockville General Hospital greig Jim and Deanna (nee Koionj are oeiignted to announce, that Doctor Hayden was wrong, ift a boy, Stephan, 8 11 born June 25, 1976, at Lakeshore General Hospital. A beautiful baby brother for Darling Meghan.
isw ii ii i ci wniuaar. June tf. 1976, sister to Darren. All well. LeCRAW.
Gary and Carolyn (nee Wilson) announce a little brother for Darren on June 23, 1976. Brent Robert tipped the scales at 8 lb. 1 oi. Many thanks to the staff of the Montreal General. (nee Springer), a oirl.
Juanita Consueia, 5 lb. 13 born Friday, June 25, 9:50 p.m. All well. Thanks to the staff of the Royal Victoria Hospital. SWAIL.
Burton and Suzelle proudly announce the birth of their firstborn, a son, 8 lb. 9 on June 24 at the LaSalle General Hospital. van lede. Paul and Anaeliaue (nee Stoop) happily announce the oirrn 01 ineir son, oiav Cornells Francois, on June 28, 1976 at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Brother to jamie.
young. Ricky and Robin (nee Howard) wish to announce the birtn of their second child, Shannon Laurie, on June 15, 1976 at the Montreal General Hospital. Both are doing well. Thanks once again to Doctor Aikman and Linda Austin. DEATHS ALLMAN, Gertrude (Tobln).
On Monday, June 28, 1976, dearly be-; loved wife of the late Joseph All-' man, dear mother of Bertha (Mrs. Hy Miller), I. Irwin and Esther (Mrs. Lionel Mauer), of Toronto, Ontario, dear grandmother of Stephen and Marvin. Funeral services from Paperman and Sons Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Tuesday, June 29, at 10 a.m.
To Kehal Israel Cemetery, Dollard des Ormeaux. Shiva private. ANDRIOPOULOS. (Andrews) Harry. Suddenly In the city of Montreal on June 27, 1976, at the age of 82.
Beloved husband of the late (Sparta Metrakos). Dearest father of Alex, Stella and Sophia. Resting at Moshonas and Oulmet Funeral Home, 4898 Park Ave. Service on Tuesday, June 29 at 2 p.m. from St.
George Greek dox Cathedral. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Heart Foundation. Interment Mount Royal Cemetery. BEARD, Thomas Ward. In Rochester, New York, on June 28, 1976, in his seventy-fifth year.
Beloved husband of Nancy Beard and dear brother of Eleanor (Mrs. Charles Warren) of Rochester, and Mary (Mrs. Philip Magor) of Montreal. Memorial service will be held, in St. Paul's Church, Ro-Chester.
BOLICSKA, Michael. At Montreal on June 26, 1976, aged 72, Michael Bolicska. Beloved husband of Mary Szatmary. Dear father of Helen Purcell of Cleveland, Ohio, the late Albert Bolicska, Irene Czekly, and grandfather of Christine, Kathy, Arlene, Suzan, llona, Elliot, Andrea and Brigitte. Funeral Wednesday, June 30, Roland Bisson 130 Henri Bourras-sa East, for service In Our Lady of Hungary Church, 90 Gulzot West, at 10 a.m.
Cote des Neiges Cemetery; Deaths Los Angeles Rudolph Sieber, 77. estranged husband of actress Marlene Dietrich, who had been a chicken rancher for many years. Washington Gen. J. Bernard Jacques Archam-bault, a Canadian military attache here for the last three years, of cancer.
He was 52. Toronto Harold Wilfrid Thomson, 70, former vice-chairman of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Montpellier, France Albert Dubout, 71, internationally known cartoonist and illustrator noted for his cartoons featuring situations aboard and around the antiquated and malfunctioning local train from Montpellier to Palavas. Los Angeles Mike Roy. 63, host of local and national radio cooking shows, cookbook author and former network announcer, of a heart attack.
DEATHS GREY, Ada. After a lengthy illness, i in Montreal, on Monday, June 28, i 1976. Ada Catlow widow of the late Douglas J. Grey and the late James Gamble, also survived by her loving son James Russell, daughter-in-law Barbara and grandchildren Susan and Jim. Visitation at Clarke MacGilllvray White Funeral Directors, 307 Rlv- rside Drive, (at Argyie), at.
Funeral notice later. HORRICK, Stanley. Suddenly on June 26, 1976. Beloved nusDano or Anne Lukian. Dear father of Jim, Annabella (Mrs.
Maurice Koshe-lowsky) and Robert. Father-in-law of Gail Stygall, Maurice Ko-shelowsky and Pat George. Grandfather of Terrl-Ann, Pamela, Tommy, Marilyn and Jennifer. Sob of Pearl Horrick of Sudbury, Ontario, brother of Mike of California, Mary of Sudbury, Irene of Coniston and Dolly of Sturgeon Falls. Funeral from D.A.
Collins Chapel, 5610 Sherbrooke St. West, on Wednesday, June 30 at 2 p.m. To Mount Royal Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Canadian Heart Foundation, 1455 Peel Mont-real. HOWARD, Henri Robert Bob).
Suddenly; June 27, 1976 at the Lake-shore General Hospital, Bob Howard, aged 38. Beloved husband of Valerie (Hogstad). Dear father of Tiffany and Lindsay. Son of the late Carl B. Howard and Yvonne Decarie.
Also survived by his brothers Daniel, Michael and Carl, and steomother Anne Rlt-cey. Visitation at D. A. Collins, 222 Metropolitan Pointe Claire, Monday 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday 3 to 5, 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services Wednesday, June 30 1 p.m.
at St. Veronica's Church, Dorval. Interment Cote des Neiges Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Heart Fund will be gratefully acknowledged. MANGEL, Zofla.
On Sunday, June 27, 1976, beloved wife of the late Henry Mangel, devoted mother of Mrs. S. Herszkopf (Miriam), Mrs. B. Kott (Irene) and Doctor Roman, mother-in-law of Sam Herszkopf, Bernie Kott and Lillian Mangel, sister of Mrs.
M. Metzendorf Ruth), Mrs. J. Abusz (Cecilia), the late Joseph and the fate Moniek Katz, cherished grandmother of ten grandchildren. Funeral services from Paperman and Sons Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Tuesday, June 29 at 2 p.m.
To the Krakower Society Section, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Du-vernay. Shiva at 5761 Fairside, Cote St. Luc, i MILLS, Randolph Pope. At Montreal, on Monday, June 28, 1976, aged seventy-seven years, after a short illness, Randolph Pope Mills, beloved husband of Mar-guerita Sluis, dear father of Walter F. of North Lancaster, Ontario, and Robert D.
of St. Teles-phore, Quebec. Also survived by three grandchildren, Jessica Randolph P. Ill, and Steven. Funeral service in the chapel, of Wray Walton Wray Funeral Home, 1234 Mountain Street, on Wednesday, June 30, at 10 p.m.
Burial in Mineral, Virginia. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made, to the Canadian Cancer Society and will be gratefully ac-, knowledged. Visitation, 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, and Wednesday. ROSE, John (Jack).
Peacefully at the Lakeshore General Hospital June 27, 1976. Beloved husband of Mary Ann Lawlor. Dear father of Helen (Mrs. H. Booth), Angela (Mrs.
F. C. MacLeod); Raymond and Lillian (Mrs. F. Oliver).
Also survived by twelve grandchildren. Resting at D.A. Collins Funeral Home, 222 Metropolitan Boulevard (Highway 20 at Car-tier) Pointe Claire. Funeral service at St. David's Church, Plerre-fonds, Quebec, on Wednesday at 10 a.m.
Interment Pointe Claire Catholic Cemetery. ROSEMAN, Bhima. On Monday, June 28, 1976, wife of the late Harry Roseman, beloved mother of Saul (Sonny), devoted stepmother of Abe, Mrs. Lou Spier (Beatrice). David and the late Barney, also survived by many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Funeral services from Paperman and Sons Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Tuesday, June 29 at 4 p.m. To the King George Sick Benefit Association Cemetery, de la Savane. Shiva private. Please omit flowers. SANCTUARY, J.
Louis. At the Lake-shore General Hospital on June 27, 1976. Beloved husband of Helen Hogan. Funeral from D.A. Collins Memorial Chapel, 222 Metropoli-tain Blvd.
(Highway 20 at Cartier) Pointe Claire, on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Field of Honor. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Montreal Association for the Blind, 7000 Sherbrooke St. West, would be appreciated. SOLOMON, Rachel.
On Sunday. June 27, 1976, beloved wife of Nathan Solomon, mother of Dr. Samuel, Mrs. Norman Strauss (Edith), of Toronto, Mrs. T.
Gotthell (Lila), Mrs. A. Albrecht (Genia), of Ithaca, New York, also survived by grandchildren and great-granddaughter. Funeral services from Paperman and Sons Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Tuesday, June 29 at 3 p.m. To the Young Israel Congregation, Kehal Israel Cemetery, Dollard des Ormeaux.
Shiva private. TI5SENBAUM, Dora (Mordtn). On Sunday, June 27, 1976, beloved wife of Philip (Flshel) Tissen-baum, mother of Doctor Ben and Mrs. H. Moss (Esther), sister of Mrs.
Sarah Warshawsky and Mrs. Celia Goodman, grandmother of Alan, Gerry, Heidi and Susanne Tissenbaum, Gary and Cheryl Moss. Funeral services from Paperman and Sons Cote des Neiges Chapel, 5605 Cote des Neiges Road on Tuesday, June 29, at 12 noon. To the Jewish Assistance Organization Cemetery, de la Savane. Shiva private.
In lieu of gifts contributions may be made to the Dora Tissenbaum Memorial Fund, for Heart Research, Jewish General Hospital. WOJDACKA, Jadwtoa (Sister Kor- nllia). Sister Korniiia, Mother superior of the Passionate Sisters of Montreal, born in Warsaw, Poland. On June 26, 1976, at Santa Caorini seventy years. Survived by the Passionate Sisters, two sisters from Montreal, one brother from Ottawa, one brother In Poland, niece and nephew and their families.
Funeral Friday, July 2, from Alfred Dallaire 3254 Belle-, chase Street, leaving at 9:30, for St. Mary's Polish Church, on Ho-chelaga Street, for service at 10 a.m. 'interment. Cote des Neiges Cemetery. morning when he reported he had moved clear of a thunderstorm carrying 35-knot winds.
Warren Damman, a spokesman for a control sta tion monitoring Thomas' flight, said that at his current rate of progress Thomas may reach Spain tomorrow. "It all depends on the winds," Damman said. When he set out, Thomas said his trip may take anywhere from four to 10 days. Thomas had planned to radio reports of his progress throughout his flight. But his high-frequency radio transmitter went out of service shortly after he left Lake- hurst.
As a result, he has had to relay messages by short-wave radio in the hope they would be picked up by ships and aircraft. Damman said, however, that ships would have difficulty spotting Thomas because of cloud cover. Previous attempts at crossing the Atlantic in a balloon have ended in failure. The last attempt, in 1974, ended in tragedy when 46-year-old Bobby Berger of Philadelphia was killed when his balloon plunged into the Atlantic. against the disease without vaccination.
Proposed vaccination of the adult population that does repond well to the vaccines, without significant side effect, "cannot be expected significantly to modify the dissemination of the swine influenza jvirus if it should reappear later in 1976," Sabin said. He predicted that for every million children receiving an effective dose, about 190,000 would become sick with such symptoms as ever, headache, muscle pains and nausea within about 24 hour after vaccination. "We've been stampeded into passing this legislation because of fear of a pandemic," Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) charged at the hearing. "We are not tryuing to railroad the -American public or congress into preventive medicine," replied Dr.
Theodore Cooper, the government's top doctor and the man in overall charge of the unprecedented public health effort. 1 Bicentennial welcome too much for Quebecer BROCKTON, Mass. (AP) There's a Canadian man who says one day of the United States' bicentennial is too much and he doesn't want to return and risk another mugging. Police say a few hours after Jean-Marc Coulombe of Montreal arrived by car Friday at the home of his sister and her husband, he went out for an evening stroll in the city's east side neighborhood of middle-class homes. Coulombe soon returned to his sister's home dazed after being slugged on the head and robbed of his wallet containing $40 U.S.
and $5 Canadian. "He came back to the house in shock," said his sister, Mrs. Napoleon Talbot. "And he wanted to go right back to Canada." They tried to persuade him to stay the weekend. But the next morning Coulombe and his friend, Noel Gaulen, headed back home.
"What a bad welcome Jean got," said Mrs. Talbot. "A bump on the head and his wallet gone what a way to help celebrate America's 200th birthday," added her husband. "He said he couldn't wait to get back to Montreal where life is safer. "But I lived in Montreal until I came to Brockton, and they can be tough there, too." U.S.
flu program impossible: Sabin OBITUARY RANDOLPH P. MILLS Mining Executive A reporter, mine developer and mine financier who enjoyed a great reputation in the mining business and who certainly left his mark in the Labrador and Chi-bougamau areas of Quebec (where he was known as "Mr. and in the Cape Breton and Gays River areas of Nova Scotia, died in Montreal on June 28, 1976, of cancer. He was in his 78th year and had been ill for a relatively short Eeriod of time, orn in Virginia he came to Canada in 1935, later becoming a Canadian citizen, and the vast iron ore operations in Labrador and Quebec resulted, in a large from his early efforts. He was also the prime mover in the development of the il-menite operations of Quebec Iron and Titanium.
Follow- ing the second world war parts of the land his group staked became the producing mines of Copper Rand (Patino), Campbell Chibou- gamau Mines and Candian Merrill in Chibougamau. In the early 1960s he became interested in development of he Jones Wet Mag- netic Separator, which machine uses strong magnetic fields in liquid medium to separate minerals of varying magnetic susceptibility. It is now used in many parts of the world on iron ores, tungsten, chro-mite, tin, beach sands, hematite and experimentally to produce pharmaceutical grade barite. At his death Randy Mills was associated with many companies being Chairman of Baker Talc, Consolidated Canadian Faraday and' Magnetics International, and President or Vice-President of numerous companies including Cuvier, Brun-eau and Bulora" Corporation. He was a member of the Ca- nadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Downtown Atheltic Club of New Engineer's Club of Toronto, and the YMCA and Mount Stephen Club of Montreal.
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Dr. Albert Sabin stepped up his criticism of the program by recommending that, except for high risk persons, it be abandoned. Sabin previously had recommended stockpiling the vaccine for use in the event further evidence of the flu is found beyond the New Jersey cases last winter, which precipitated Ford's proposal. "It is evident that the original plan for mass vaccination of every man, woman and child in the U.S.A. as a means of preventing a poten- tial epidemic of swine influenza virus disease is no longer possible," Sabin testified.
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