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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta me l_C I noniuuc ncnMi.iv Big clock Bill W Va is dwarfed by the three-ton clock in his backyard He bought the 20 foot antique clock 18 months ago and has about m it Leger making slow recovery CAREERS PRINCIPAL required for Peter Pond High School The Peter Pond School is a modern well equipped High School with a staff of forty four teachers serving a stu- dent population of about eight hundred Appointments preferably for mid arrangements could be made to have the appointment effective Oc- tober 1 1974 For further information phone Mr Sacher at 743-8814 in Fort Alberta Fort McMurray School District No. 2833 Box Fort Alberta TOA 1KO WOOLCO AUTO CENTRE Has Opemngo for Licensed APPRENTICES AND SERVICE MEN Good Starting Salary Excellent Bonus Program Com- pany Benefits include Co paid Life Insurance Supplemental Drug Medical Registered Pen- sion Plan For Appointment call the Manager 328-8014 Proctor Gamble Ltd. has an immediate opening for a ELECTRICAL TRAINER in their Bleached Kraft Pulp Mill at Grande Prairie. Alberte and presentation of training courses m efectrical tneory and maintenance Heavy emphasis will be placed on training m subjects ranging from electrical schematics to D C Drives A B Sc in Electrical Engineering or a Journeyman's ticket and several years of mdustnal experience Some training experience is but company training will be provided Successful candidate will have opportunity to expand into pro- maintenance or Engineering aspects of the Company Excellent benefits and relocation allowance will be provided Those interested are requested to sub- mit a resume including work experience and qualifi- cations prior to August 1974 to Personnel Manager Proctor A Gamble Ltd. RAW ftraiwU OTTAWA Gov- Gen Jules Leger is said by aides to be making a steadv recovery from his stroke six weeks but he hasn't yet indicated wKcther he will re- main in office indefinitely He will make the decision said an aide the Governor- General is taking daily walks around the grounds of Rideau Hall his official and he is receiving therapy for a partial paralysis of his left arm His affected by the June 8 is gradually improving under therapy the aide said He is making good progress It's slow but there is improvement every day The Legers have attended two downtown movies in the last few weeks and have ex- changed visits with friends But all of the Governor- General s official duties are being handled by Chief Justice Bora Laskin Mrs Leger has taken over some of the social functions that normally would be handl- ed by her husband including a luncheon Wednesday for the departing Algerian am- bassador She will also enter- tain the departing Austrian ambassador at a Friday luncheon Prime Minister Trudeau has made frequent visits to the Governor-General Ukrainians still fasting OTTAWA Four Uk- rainian Canadians from Toronto who began a hunger strike 10 days ago to protest the jailing of Ukrainian writer Valentyn b the Soviet Union reject the.r doctor's orders Wednesday to go to hospital Dr John Woychyshyn said blood tests taken Tuesday show the strikers' health is in danger In poorest condition is lawyer Andny he said Mr Andriy Mykola Lypowecky La da Hirny have kept a vigil outside the Soviet em- bassy since July 15 Dr Woychyshyn said he hopes to start all four strikers eating again by Thursday to prevent them from permanent DEATHS NIRK Passed away in the city on July 1974 following a brief illness Mr Helmut Alexander Nirk at the age of 76 years beloved nusband of Mrs Kaert Nirk of 1622 17th Ave S Born in 1897 in the late Mr Nirk came to Canada in 1949 and has resided in Lethbndge and district until his passing He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion and Accredited Public Accountants Association operating his own accounting office for many years In his he participated in the fight for Estonian Independence in the Estonian Navy While in Estonia he was a prominent citizen as bank mayor and chief executive of a province Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son Mr Arne Nirk a daughter-in-law and three all of Lethbndge The funeral service will be held at 3 00 p m on July in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave S with Pastor P Koester officiating Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Service Phone 328 2361 C550 DUCE Earl George beloved husband of Mrs Kathryn Duce of passed away suddenly near on Tuesday July 23rd 1974 at the age of 22 years Mr Duce was born at Fort Macleod and was raised at Mountain View he received his education at he was a member of the 4-H Club of Mountain View for many years Mr Duce married Kathryn Rice of Glenwood on Oct 1972 and they lived at Cardston until moving to Hanna a short time ago Besides his loving wife Kathryn he is survived by one son Brad his parents Mr and Mrs Ray two Darrel and Rory of and four Mrs Barbara Carlson of Judy of Calgary Donna and Rae Mane of also his maternal grandfather Mr W J Robinson of Lethbndge and his paternal Mrs Roily Jensen of Cardston Funeral services will be held on Saturday July 27th at 2 00 p m in the Mountain View L D S Chapel Friends may meet with the family Friday evening from 7 00 p m until 9 00 p m at the Cardston Funeral Home Interment will be in the Mountain View Mountain View Alberta SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD Cardston Directors of Funeral Service C547 IN MEMORIAM HAYWARD In loving memory of a dear who passed away July 25 1973 God knows how much we miss you And how hard it is to Death s separation darling For he hears our constant prayer That eternal rest in heaven Be yours and who Joyous meeting with you there When we're in Christ reborn missed by Aryle and Walter Hartman and boys 8318 CARDS OF THANKS SMITH I wish to express my thanks to the doctors and the staff at Municipal Hospital and to the visitors also to those that sent flowers and cards to me Alf Smith 8343 ROBERTSON I would like to thank my nn'ses and staff of the s it icipal Hospital for the wnrderful care I also my relatives and friends for flowers and gifts during my recent it was greatly appreciated Robertson 8317 CITY SETS STANDARD Standard time is determined from which is recognized as the prime meridian of Half of failed drugs still on the market fine imposed on oil company By JEFF CARRUTHERS OTTAWA More than half of the 83 drug lots which fail- ed federal tests for quality un der the health department's drug quality program were not withdrawn from the Canadian the health depart- ment revealed Wednesday k The 45 drug lots of 1700 tested under the QUAD pro- involved so and not in any way a Health that recalls were not necessary ac cording to D A B A bortion case doctor jailed MONTREAL Dr Henry Morgentaler who had his original acquittal on a charge of performing an il legal abortion overturned earlier this year by the Quebec Court ot today was sentenced to 18 months in prison by Mr Justice James K Hugessen of the Court of Queen s Bench assistant deputy minister of health He added that to have re- called the particular products would have been foolish And 1 don't make any apologies for those that are still on the market' Under the Food and Drugs the drug lots which failed the quality standard listed on their as happened in 83 cases tested under are not supposed to be sold on the Canadian market 11 of the failed drug lots uncovered by QUAD tests were recalled by manufacturers 15 were either seized or detained awaiting final disposition of federal 8 lots were and 6 lots were he said In a few the same failed drug lots were sub- jected to more than one action bv the federal government In the cases of the 45 lots which were allowed to remain on the the federal health protection branch either sent a warning letter to the drug manufacturer or arranged an interview with the drug company officials Dr Morrison said that in all instances of failed allowed to remain on the mar- the manufacturei was warned to change the manufacturing practices which lead to the failure corrective action was taken in each and every case by the to try and ensure that all future lots would meet the labelled and federal standards for quality He said that subsequent tests ot future lots from the companies has not uncovered any further failures in the par ticular product lines Roger QUAD program co ordmator said in a recent interview that the federal government would be foolish to take drug manufac turers to court over every minor failure He suggested that many such cases would be thrown out of court Dr Morrison explained that the QUAD program is design ed in part to allow the govern- ment to ensure that drugs sold in Canada meet quality re- quirements under the law CALGARY Amoco Canada Petroleum Co Ltd of Calgary was fined 500 in provincial court here tor water-disposal violations at its Marten Hills plant in northern Alberta Amoco pleaded guilty to dis- posing of more than 100 barrels ot watei produced in association with gas in an earthen pit during each month between 1973 and January 1974 The practice violated oil and gas conservation regulations which limit disposal in a pit to 100 barrels monthh without prior appioval the Energy Resources Conservation Board Thib restriction seeks to prevent environmental damage which could occjr li larger amounts ot the t.alu water were not properh con tamed and escaped the pit Judge Brian Stevenson bdid Amoco hadn t been as et licient as it should have been during that 13 month period in water disposal and fined the compdnv on ot the 13 counts Sears What's A tempting value 9 -pc. cookware set 'Superweight' stainless steel n Our finest heaviesi tn ply s'amless steel Cooks evenly and perfectly with little water keeps 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