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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta January 29, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Of seeking The to about Jim Mayes, ed two weeks ago that they The last agreement, Carriers Union of national union president, said had set a limit of one month in in March, 1S73, provided is seeking a today. direct negotiations with increases of 65 cents an its The union also wants a one- treasury board before pushing over the term of current year contract and a cost-of- through the conciliation agreement. The contract LEAVITT Iva, treasury living clause that will protect process as quickly as possible revoked Oct. 8 when fe of Mr. Ralph Leavitt Winchester, an increase that would the value of earnings, he said, toward a strike. former Council of irdston, passed away of the late Mr. average annual salaries Present hourly wage of FLEXIBILITY NEEDED Unions, which included irdston on Tuesday, Winchester of Taber, carriers is Mr. Mayes said negotiating carriers and inside th, 1975. Funeral in Lethbridge on Mayes said he is op- teams have to be flexible in1 was uncements later by January 27, 1975, at aoout tne way tne wage amounts offered and Mr. Hayes said the tormer N FUNERAL HOME of 84 years. Born teams have got demanded and in duration of contract did not take into ac- irdston, Directors Iowa, she to serious business since agreements. count rapid inflation since meral former began about two weeks But he added that the then and the 65 cents included in 1914. In an-hour union demand was not a substantial period of moved to the Taber sides are trying to do being viewed as a "pie-in-the- retroactivity. lived on a farm until he said. "It's very sky" request. "We've got a lot of catchup JENSEN Wayne Barry nsen, beloved son .of into the town of Taber in 1959. She resided "We feel we can justify to do on the loss of earnings The letter carriers announc- he said. because of inflation, "he said. d Mrs. Barry Jensen from 1967 until thbridge, passed away in Igary on Tuesday, January 1975, at the age of one onth. Funeral of her passing. She i survived by two daughters T. (Sybil) Goldthrope o Taber and Mrs. G. O A diabetic drugs may 11 be announced later by EARDON'S FUNERAL IRVICE of Taber. of Wabamun; three sons Ronald of Taber, Dale o Brooks and Earl of Barnwell one sister Mrs. F. 1 unnecessary deaths of Albia, Iowa; (AP) Oral dia- ing treated with oral to such unnecessary 32 JSikt1 drugs may be causing medications, the AMA said. deaths occurring each year in 30URNE __ and three to unnecessary The earlier study, released the United State's alone." nilie, beloved wife of great grandchildren. in the United States in 1970 by the University A spokesman for the AMA te Elijah Bourne predeceased by her year, medical Group Diabetes Program said the 1970 report was criti- agrath, passed away Charles, and also reported in a found that deaths cized by a group of practising esday, January 28th, 1975 a icrsth 91 years ihe funeral ser vice will be held on from heart disease were twice physicians. As a result, the The study was undertaken as high among those taking National Institute of Health 30 at 2 p.m. in a panel of specialists to oral diabetic drugs as com- requested the Biometrics June 7, 1883 at B6nnington aho she came to Magrath Church, with Rev. a controversial pared with diabetics taking Society to review the 1970 '3 with her mother officiating. issued almost five other kinds of treatment. study. ters and two brothers will follow in ago on the alleged In the meantime, physicians i resided there until Gardens. of oral diabetic IB have continued to prescribe Dr. Max Miller of Case oral diabetic drugs. arried to Elijah Bourne latest study by the Bio- Western Reserve Medical "We find most of the criti- ay 6th 1906 he of Society will be publish- School, chairman of the cisms leveled against the in 1966. She leaves in the Journal of the original study, said the drug UGDP findings on this point ourn her passing Medical Associa- most closely studied, (heart disease deaths) unper- tolbutamide, influences inus- the Biometrics ughters, Mrs. Ho ware Hnifred) Stevens of AMA said the cle contraction. Studies on Society specialists concluded. SDecialists from the society animal heart tissue showed it An AMA spokesman said n "s. Joe (Bessie) Godfrey conducted the study are made the muscles work tolbutamide is the most pop- ctoria, -B.C.; five sons ahlon and Douglas In loving memory of my dear scientists from the United harder and required more ox- ular oral diabetes drug. States, the Netherlands and ygen. Of the patients treated with agrath, Jack of Rocky 'Untain House Robert who passed They worked with con- In an editorial accompany- it, 12.7 per cent died from 29, from Britain and ing the AMA account, Dr. heart diseases, the study ivmond Also lift my -eyes of faith Germany. Thomas Chalmers said that if showed. Among persons four million the drugs do, in fact, cause receiving other treatment, 6.2 indchildren and a think my loved one have diabetes and premature deaths, "one might per cent or less died of car- than 1.5 million are be- estimate that there are diovascular causes. s. Vera Fowler of yields and overcomes neral services will be The Magrath L.D.S. Church Friday, January 31st at 0 p.m., Bishop Tyler by his wife Gladys. 34-50 trustees discuss iciating. Friends may j family in the Relief Socie-Room of the church from K) p.m. until service time, erment will follow in In loving memory of a dear Pattern 4785: Women's Size are 34 (38 in secret agrath father, who passed away January 28, with 40 inch hip) 36 (40 Vine) A1)