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A copy of the book autographed by Slade will be packed among the 490 cubic feet of supplies headed to the ISS onboard a SpaceX rocket called the Dragon, which is scheduled to take off at 3:22 a.m.
Slade, a graduate of McGill University (1951), retired from Falconbridge Ltd.
Slade was one half a balaclava-wearing duo who were caught red handed breaking intoSkettyPost Office on the night of February 21 this year.
Slade was hired in an attempt to steady the ship and drive the club away from the League One relegation zone.
More than four decades after the release of Merry Christmas Everybody, Slade are going back on the road for a string of seasonal shows, which will include one at O2 Academy Newcastle on Wednesday, December 5.
"'Kill Slade' is packed-full with gunfights, action, intrigue and some sexual chemistry and keeps it true to the Western genre - an excellent read." - Murphy45
Slade first hit the road in 1966, touring Great Britain and Europe and becoming a regular concert attraction.
Any pop fan who lived through the first half of the 1970s will remember Slade fondly.
If Slade can be credited for steadying the ship at the club, the new man will be expected to move things forward, with the brief likely to be the securing of a play-off place at least in next season's Championship.
RUSSELL SLADE was emotional after his side's draw with Birmingham, as he and his players took a lap of honour it was not just Cardiff's last match of the campaign, but Slade's last game as manager.
CARDIFF City have begun their search for a new man to try and inspire a promotion bid from the Bluebirds next season - having made the surprise decision to move Russell Slade "upstairs" to become the club's new head of football.
HOWDEN, part of the Hyperion Insurance Group, announced this week that it has completed the acquisition of Perkins Slade Forrest Holdings.