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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta KfilUrtl'ly, fit KAMI JL Doclors favor I moratorium on Ices VANCOUVER (CD Bui ish Columbia Medical Associa lion members have agreed to go .wilhoul scheduled fie increases, the association's board of directors says. With about 75 per cent of the province's practising doctors replying to a mailed ballot, the vote was in favor of a moratorium on fees and ;tit9 against. "il represents a vote of onf dence in t h e as- sociation president Dr. W. ,1 Corbett said. "Our next task is to find a formula for adjusting j future fee schedules and lo ap- ply that formula lo a schedule to become effective in 1072 I Comni.oiiMP.fdlh a special (a in ily-a family of nations Personal links con the Queen LONDON (CPi Christmas message to the Com- monwealth, the Queen says she her Commonwealth docs not ings, but it is not often that I'KBAN DU'KI.I.KISS The 19GH census found that 1i' per cent of Canadians livcci in the .125 urban centres of 5.000 population and over. i is struck by the fact that so i many Canadians, Australians and New Kcalaridcrs still have I affectionate and personal links" with Britain. only in unhappy times, such as j Commonwealth is able to get to- the East Pakistan flood disas- j gether for a great public Ler. though its members re-! mony. On this occasion it was spondcd generously on that oc-; .--port Ihat brought them to Scot- casion. iand. and they came to compete "The strength of the Common- and lo enjoy themselves, wcakh lies in its history and the "We entertained them all in ivfm-P lias there been wa-v fcel about il lllc Parde" of homc Edin" Tl- is tinuing concern burg.and 1 was linked u, thus way by their com- ful, of as differ- mon mstoiy Am tomiiuiis brdadeasl. a cni ami interesting as those I wueui, -----.__ n, bMn able (o VJSJt tne "Evcrv year we are reminded "Never before has there been that Christinas is a family festi- a group of independent nations inked in this way by their com- mon history and continuing iltecuon savs me vueun, in -he p r e -r e c o r d e d address. version of I r f.lncac flln IV MlnV INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 tower Floor 517 4th Avc. S. Phone 327-1541 IJ1KS Charles abovi'. lor yacrs a in in n v i e roni- il In a Santa .Monica. Calif, hospital when- lir liad IHMMI under treatment for caiKM'r. Hi! 84. ACTOK Kuggles, performer cilics. (I i broadcast on television and ajio in response lo a wave of Thousands of letters pleading for a reinstatement of the broadcast poured into Buck- ingham Palace from all parts of the Commonwealth after the i j Queen decided in 1969 to issue a i press message in place of the traditional spoken address, first instituted by King George V in ljme reunion ami meeting point for "w genera lions. "This year rather a special fam- affection." am thinking of "Too often we fear about the Commonwealth only when there Another Sputnik largely of newsreel slwl's of the ily of I recall fasci- is bad news about one of its nating journeys literally to op- members, or when its useful- posite ends of" the world'. ness or ils very existence is "During the course of these questioned. Britain and other visits we met and talked with a j members responded generously great number of people in even- after the terrible disaster in East Pakistan, but the fellow- ship of the Commonwealth does not exist only at such unhappy j times. gl'Cal niUIlUei Ul peupie ill evci v This year lor the first tune 6 of jon and ,ivj jn !lwo separate recordings _weie, of commllmtv and made for rauio and television, t j lhi with the TV film consisting f in common: they had one thing in common: largely of newsreel shots o the j of the Royal Family's. 1970 travels, to n Commonwealth family. Cajiada, Australia. New Zealand "Early this year we went to Queen "goes on "to remark that j Fiji, Tonga. New Zealand and "too often we hear about the Australia in Britannia. We were Commonwealth only when there following the path taken in one of its by the great English discoverer, anil "radio communications and i members, or when its useful-; Captain Cook, for transmission of television i ness or its very existence is "A little m t he .ye i e programs to Ihe remote areas I questioned." in Canada si I in be of the countrv She says the fellowship of the Commonwealth. v i s 11. ing the m UIL couiiiij. j Territories and Mani- toba for their centenaries. "Among people who are so es- sentially New Zealanders. Cana- MQSCOW (API The Soviel and the South Pacific. Union Friday launched a com-, In her radio message the munications satellite Molnia I, Tass announced. The news agency said the satellite is in- tended for telephone, telegraph is bad news about one of its Mayfair Vogue's Christmas to New Year's DRESS The Mood is Excitement The gowns are glamorous Fashions to whirl Group 1 the festive evening Group 2 6.95 0.95 10 95 j 9.95 Fabulous fabrics glittery accents everything for gold occasions Reg. to 60.00 Sizes 6 to 20 find to NOW ONLY 2495 39.95 ]Nhirl through tk Holidays wearing Select from our variety of jumpsuits and drosses, plus pants in gliller and brocade fabrics. Regular to 50.00 NOW ONLY 39-'V glittering holiday Formals Make the gala scene. Out- holiday forma Is make great occasions even more special. Regular to 59.00 19-95 39.95 Smart New Looks Mothers-to-be While you wait, wear our at- tractive Motlier-to-be fashion up-to-date designs. Flattering lines. Pant dresses and cost- umes. Now Only Regular to 26.00 MAYFAIR-VOGUE 311 5th Slrcol S. Ladies' Wear Phono 327-3682 dians or Australians, it struck me again that so many of them have affectionate and per- sonal links with the British Isles. "Wherever T went among peo .MANY BOliN OVERSEAS "Many of us here in Britain have relatives living in other Commonwealth countries, and there are many who were born overseas living here. Because it is Christmas we are probably thinking of them now. It is these personal contacts which mean so much. "The strength of the Common- wealth lies in its history and the way people feel about it. All those years through which we have lived together have given us an exchange of people and ideas which ensures Ihat there is a continuing concern for each other. "That, very simply, is the message of to be concerned about one an- iiucicn.1 i r--- 0e concerned aouui one du- ple living in the busy industrial treal you.. nejgnDor as towns or on the stations mid yml mje m'm t0 you. farms of the far Outback. I met newcomers who reminded me that these links between our countries are renewed every year. "In Canada, we met some of the older whose ancestors were there for generations before the Europeans came. And further i north still live the Eskimos, 1 of the most interesting t people that we met during our travels this year. They loo be long to the Commonwealth fain ily. this remarkable collection of friendly people of so mam races. ATTENDED GAMES "Later in the year, represent- atives from 42 different parts of j the world gathered to attend the j I Commonwealth Games. There i are many unpublicized meet- Anaesthetic Ha lot ha nc i cause? and to care about the future of all life on earth. "These matters of the spirit are more important and more lasting than simple material de- velopment. It is a hard lesson, but 1 like to think that we in the Commonwealth have perhaps begun to understand it." "1 wish you a Merry Christ- nuis. God bless you all." Dec. 28fh thru Saturday, km. 9fh CHINA GLASSWARE WOODENWARE BAR SUPPLIES LEATHER GOORS CERAMICS FONDUES PtAOUES TV TABLES 3 CANDLES STATIONERY PHOTO ALBUMS INCLUDING BALANCE OF CATALOGUE ITEMS SORRY NO GIFT WRAPPING OR EXCHANGES DURING THIS SALE Price BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS CHRISTMAS WRAPPING CHRISTMAS NAPKINS AND TABLECLOTHS When you caro enough to >encl Iho very belt VISIT THE COLLEGE MALL fooppc Phone 328-7522 an STYLE SHOE FACTORY HAS CLOSED J Our lop line of ladled dressy Style Shoes are no longer so we are deat TORONTO iCP) The Tele- gram says pntario's supervisuig coroner has warned the prov- ince's coroners that the anaesth- etic Halothanc may be responsi- ble for some post-operative deaths. The newspaper says Dr. H. B. Cotriam, in a confidential mem- orandum to coroners, warned thai people have died of liver disorders "after being exposed lo Halothane on two or more oc- casions within a relatively short period of time." "It would appear that Haloth- ane is a sensitizing agent in a very smail percentage of sus- ceptible persons on their first exposure to the drug, following which, repeated exposures within a short, period of time may give rise to post-operative hepatic necrosis (liver mortifi- cation) by inducing a hyper-sen- sitivity the memoran- dum said. Dr. Cotnam is quoled as tell- ing coroners the obvious renv edy is not lo use the drug more i than once. In cases involving a patient with a known liver dis- ease, the anaesthetic should not be used at all. The province's coroners were 1 instructed lo investigate every post-operative or posl-anaesth- I etic death, "keeping Halolhanp. in mind as a possible caustive agent.1' i The Telegram says Halolhane is used in an estimated 75 per cent of all operations. Stock At SAVINGS! These lovely high style shoes ore being offered on this great sale at FANTASTIC REDUCTIONS We urge you to shop early for best selection! AAA.A, AAA, AAr and B widths. Sizes SVi to IOV4 Pumps and Slings Severe! Heel Heights Fine Leathers, Suedes and Crinkle Patent 'Wet Look'. Colors: Red, Grey, Navy, Brown and Black. These shoes were regularly priced at 25.00 30.00- 'Fanper' dies in rest home Ore. lAPI Charles W. Bradshaw died in a N'ewberg rest home at the age of 93 this week, leaving S.36.000 to a town that knew him as a i pauper. Bradshaw willed S 12.000 i each to Ihe Ncwberg Library, j the Newberg Community Hospi- tal and George Fox College. An- i other SI2.000 was to be divided among eight brothers. He was buried in a brief and simple i service that he had asked be 1 private. NOW SAVE 515 A PAIR and ri SALE STARTS MONDAY, 9 KM. 4 DAYS ONLY DEC. 28, 29, 30, 31 OUR IOS5 IS YOUR GAIN! B 403 5th STREET SOUTH i SHOES mm ;