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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -fc -X -V Vaughan is appointed new Air Canada chief 1973 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 3 MONTREAL Ralph T Vaughan was ap- pointed president of Air Canada headed off to Ottawa for a scheduled appearance before the Com- mons transhort committee The 54-year-old Bluenose- born lawyer chuckled when he was reminded that he had a sometimes taciturn reputa- tion as a newspaper editor in Halifax in the 1940s Yves Pratte. Air Canada chairman and chief executive announced the ap- pointment in a of senior execu- tive officers following the retirement of John R president since 1968 Mr in Monday s created two new posts with the title group in the wake ot the retirement of Mr announced in Oc- tober and effective last Friday D C Tennant. formerly vice-president for technical became group vice- responsible for maintenance. flight purchasing and facilities Maurice foimer- ly vice-president of the eastern became group vice-president with respon- sibility throughout the air- line's five regions John W formerly director of in-flight now is eastern region while David Bryce- Buchanan. former director of marketing succeeded Mr McGill They gave Mark Lethbndge 1 00 Lethbndge 100 From A Fnend Lethbndge 1 00 Mrs Hazel Lethbndge 2 00 Tony Lethbndge 2 00 Mrs M A Lethbndge 2 00 Anonymous Lethbndge 200 G F Lethbr.dge 208 Carol and Rodney Lethbndge 2 00 Edith Lomond 2 00 John and Eleanor Bellevue 2 00 EKJ Lethbndge 300 Anonymous Lethbndge 3 00 Alvin Ondrik Pincher Creek 3 00 Two Bottles of Wine Less this week Colerr.an 3 00 C L Cardston 3 00 New Dayton 4 00 Mrs Pearl Lethbndge 5 00 Gary and Gerry Lethbndge 5 00 Mr and Mrs M W Gregory Lethbndge 5 00 Lethbndge 5 00 Terry and Barbie Lethbndge 5 00 Mr and Mrs 0 G Bow Island 5 00 The Harper Children Bellevue 5 00 Coleman 5 00 In memory of our grandfather Jason Jodi and Lethbndge 5 00 John Taber 5 00 Vera Coaldale 5 00 S Granum 5 00 Cheryl and Jodi Fort Macleod 5 00 Anonymous Cardston 500 Matthew and Ella Lcavitl Cdrd- ston 5 00 Richard Crow Shoe and Family Brocket 5 00 T F Blairmore 5 00 A Family Who Cares Crcnbrook BC 500 Grade St Mary s High School Taber 6 06 Third Lethbndge Lethbndge 7 00 In Memory of W R Boyle 7 00 Mr and Mrs D J Whitney Lethbndge 10 DC Robbie Kathj and Jeff Koep Lelhbndge 1000 Members of Dr F H Mewburn QBE IODE Lethbndge 10 00 Emma Lethbndge 10 00 Mr and Mrs R Rittenhouse Lethbndge 10 00 Lethbndge 10 00 Lethbndge 10 00 and 10 00 Lethbndge 1000 Barbara Lethbndge 10 00 Alice Lethbndge 10 00 B C 10 00 Granum Granum 10 00 Peter and Esther Creston 10 00 Box Fort Macleod 10 00 Christian Reformed Ladies Vauxhall 10 00 Mr and Mrs G Fort Macleod 10 00 Guy Champion 10 00 Bow Island Women's Bow Island 10 00 John E Dobek and Blair- more 10 00 Clarence Cowley 10 00 Gordon and Trudy Pincher Creek 10 00 Jaffray B C 10 00 United Church Bow Island 10 00 First Brownie Lethbndge 12 00 A Concerned Nurse Blairmore 15 00 St Anne s Sewing Blair- more 17 00 A Lethbndge 2000 Lethbridge 20 00 Henry and Rose Barton Lethbridge 20 00 Dr and Mrs D Lethbndge 20 00 The Babysitter Warner 20 00 R F Pincher Creek 20 00 Senior Calvmettes Taber 20 00 Lethbridge 2500 St Anne's Catholic Women's League Blairmore 25 00 In Loving Memory From Mrs Molhe Fort Macleod 25 00 Clamarr Aberdeen Angus Coaldale 25 00 Adrian Coaldale 25 00 First Baptist CGIT Girls' Wal'e A Thon 84 72 Neighborview Farms Ltd Foremost 100 00 6th Lethbndge Cub First Baptist Lethbridge 100 73 Total 98251 Total To-Date 56 GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 8.25 SUNSET 4 32 Lethbridge Calgary Today Mainly sunny Highs near 25 Lows zero-five of Continental Divide Rain and snow ending early today except for snow showers over the mountains Clearing and colder tonight Partly cloudy 30 to 40 Lows 15 to cloudiness Highs 35 to Medicine Hat Mainly sunny Highs near above Lows zero-five Wednesday Mainly Highs East of Continental Much colder with snow gusty northerly winds portion diminishing by today Hazardous driving ditions with areas of snow Clearing and tonight Fair Wednesday continued cold east but warming trend west Highs today 25 to 35 west 15 25 east portion Lows tonight lo 15 west 5 above to 5 zero east Highs Wednesday to 40 west 20 to 30 east We will be closed CLOSED from Dec. 22nd thru Dec. 30th for Stock taking To all our friends many customers we extend best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. from the Management and Staff at... FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway-Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 j Highway 1 reported bare and dry Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition FORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway a m to 6 p.m Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9am to 6 p.m Kmgsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 a' m to Wild Horse 8am to 5 p m Rooseville 8am to midnight. Logan Pass closed wife carry the mail EDMONTON Grace and Matt Danesewich are enjoying their post-honeymoon romp through Edmonton streets as letter carriers They are never more than a few miles apart during their mail delivery leaving for work together each and share sorting cases at Postal Station M They are delighted they were both assigned to the same postal station The Edmonton post office made an exception to a rule that a husband and wife could not work in the same office The couple say their relationship is uncommmonly steady and seldom tense Grace says she would not advise it for everybody but we knew that we could work together without creating dis- sension in the office They moved to Edmonton from Saskatchewan a year ago Matt originally worked as a Saskatchewan highways department spending most of his time away from home WANTED CHANGE Grace lived in a small town near Sask teaching junior high school After one they decided to change their lifestyle and headed west The mail carrier job in Edmonton was available and Matt was first to apply Grace then was accepted for a similar at another station and had to repeat a transfer request a couple of before she was moved to the same station as her husband Since time has flown by and it makes the work much more Grace says I would rather work with men anyway They are much easier to get along with and I think it boosts the morale of the workers to have a woman among them So far temperatures have been relatively mild and the real test of far-below-zero readings lies ahead But she is not worried I feel that if Matt can take the then I should be able to Heart drugs off market By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA In the largest drug withdrawal yet in Can- ada's the federal health protection branch has ordered nine drug companies to immediately stop selling their brands of the critical heart drug digoxin And in a letter sent out last the department suggests that doc- tors consider switching their patients to suitable brands of the 0 25 milligram digoxin tablets Such a switch-over would normally take several to allow the patients to adjust to the new preparation And to prevent unnecessary panic among the health department decided to notify doctors by letter before making' any public an- nouncements and the withdrawal is not extending to the the retail level yet The affected which cannot be remarketed until the manufacturers provide Ot- tawa with evidence that their products meet federal stan- dards of quality and are represent slightly less than 10 per cent of the market for digoxin in Canada Digoxin. a relative of digit- alis is a heart stimulant used widely by Canadians to treat such ailments as congestive heart failure The dose of ularly since too much can be toxic and fatal and too little can be useless Products of six companies- Empire Genarex Ltd K-Lme Pharmaceuticals Ltd Noco Drugs Ltd Novo- pharm Ltd and Sabra Phar- maceuticals Ltd found to be significantly sub-potent by federal tests for bioavailabilih The tests were earned out under the federal drug quality assess- ment program using human volunteers at the Toronto General Hospital Levels of the drug were measured in the blood and urine to see how much actually got into the body after four of the 0 25 tablets of digoxin were taken All available brands of digo- xin were tested The six brands that failed were found to have bioavailability levels of Irom 46 to 60 per ac- cording to the Dear Doctor letter This is significantly below the arbitrary lederal standard of 80 per cent biodvailabilitv The 'com- parisons use the product. produced bv as the standard 3 Day TONIGHTI TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY and 'French Fries Milk Shake SPECIAL ONLY Wait 'til you taste how good char broiled beef is when it's done the Brazier way1 Big Brazier packs Ib. of beef into a jumbo toasted sesame seed and you get our Scrumpdillyishus french fries and a milk shake. Treat the whole family and save vl o Dairy Queen YCU TO ADOPT A VViLSOJ JUST ALL GO TO DAIRY NORTH STORE ONLY 516 13th Street North Phone 327-4855 'Reg US Pat Off Am D Q Corp 1973 Am D Q Corp Gunderson family menaced CALGARY Threats ol violence against the family ol Harald chairman ol the Calgary Board of Education are being investigated by city police Mr Gunderson said Monday his two daughters received three phone calls over the weekend threatening personal violence to them because of the pav raise which the board of education voted itself last week The caller said he would do the same thing to Mr Gunderson s daughters as was done to John Paul Getty III who had an ear cut off by kidnappers in Italy A threat to assassinate Mr Gunderson also was made to his daughters the board chairman said' Trustees voted themselves a 40 per cent salary increase Wednesday bringing their an- nual honorarium to New system at Banff BANFF Alta A permit from the Banff or Lake Louise warden officers will be required for overnight stops in remote huts or shelters at Banff National says park superintendent T R Heggie The new which took effect last is an effort to overcome some of the hazards associated with the use of remote he ex- plained Mr Heggie said heating malfunctions caused by van- misuse or normal wear have created a dangerous situation for per- sons relying on the shelters tor warmth and protection 'Personal contact with visitors returning their per- mits will enable the warden service to closely monitor he said in a news release Swearing in Ceremony set EDMONTON City lawyer David C McDonald will be sworn in Jan 14 as judge of the Supreme Court of criminal division Mr McDonald. 41. was ad- mitted to the Alberta Bar in 1958 and was a member of the Kdmonton law firm of McCuaig-DesRochers He is past piesidem of Ihe Ld- nionlon Symphony Society Did you know you have a weapon against tax If you're worried that tax bites won't let you save for the Canada Life can put your mind at the Canada Life Registered Retirement Savings let you take full advantage of the Income Tax Act Here's how they work- you pay no income tax on the money you save now through registered savings or the money your regis- tered savings -earn while you are saving it. 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