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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta in and Sir Mackcn- I'o'vell. in office fa' 16 from 1891 to 1896, .-i'.nri of his 51th birthday Sir Wilfred Lauricr. prime from 139-1 to 1911, -i, 77 '.vhen he died in 1919. Sir Robert Hordcn. who CCC'C'icrt Laurie- and head- arious arlrn'r.islriitions nil Iiv20. died shortly before nir'.hdav in 1937. iiNT TO K. ii. L'erneu. pnme from iOSO to !M5. reired Enrlar.d and died Ihcre in 17. 76. v.'liilflrn Lyon Mackenzie in office for a total of "2 years re'-wecn 1921 d died r.vo years former government leader? to rlic Sir Arthur in KfO. Prime minister for ir; morllis in 1920-21 arc! n lor three months in .Sir lived to the The rate of the world's air- line ind'.Lstry movel up-.varri' ir, 1372. reversing a ebwr.ward trend which h-egan five aco. the International Ci'.'il Aviaticn Organization 'IC.'.O renorts. In its annual e'tima'e re leased today of traffic lev-Is for the airlines of ICAO's 12; her states, released craanbation says total traffic carried increased H per cent over 1971. Total passeneer, freight r.r.d is'es'ii- mate-i to he about ton-miles compared with 11-3- ijiilicn lor.-miles in The tncreise was per cent, the l-'vsst [per- centage increase since ii-.e rate of increase in vas 10 per cent. -.V> million passcnrers en uled for a total of billion passenger-miles, ar. cresse of 13 per over The numher cf aircraft increased to fror.i 57. tip per car.t. flov.T] per passenger rrae -.0 per cerr. 73 ,P v? Ji. ;i. from tlierrc Business Leaders Kaz Hiraga ACM5 TELEVISIOfI LTD. George Chris S'-vitzer TV SALES College Moll TV SALES 3rd Ave. South ef- Tributes continue to in Triijutc, to tnt'i OUauii for former prime imnli.'ir IX..-..LI- I'tarst.i v.ho died dav th-- cjf Femur minister Anthony Eden, r.ov; I.ord K-'-1; t'.-e v.oii'J has lost a anil c'odi- catcd "Mike on.! I have been friends since were tc'jf.' at Oxford. 1 particularly remember his help irTttie North Atlantic Treaty OryanizaUen and durins the ir.rl'jfhina conference el Geneva in 1S54." Forr-cr prime iniri.-'.t-r Lcuis Luirf-nt ssid the d-ath of Mr. Pesr.-.'.n a ioss for all mankind" and "a dec? Mr. St. I-a.irent. prime minuter from 1558 to 18o7, liad a Pennon, in 1KG Mr. Si. Laurent '.VST named of state for and Mr. Mas ap- pointed his facade n.i to do much thai neither of us iv.-v to serve Mr. fii'J In a "Our cevelop-ed a deep, "As leader and crime Mr. St. Laurent soi'i of Mr. "he so.-vcd common in'.t-r- c ti ?.rd courage. 10 the benefit of tl'C vorld. lie his service into ri'.ircrr.erj. v :-.e surr.e devotion and the same im- o' ore o: Canada's creates; sons is a -r'.-.-.-f, Ereal sad.ress over Pearson's death al the Lor.cor.-based I.nterna'jona! Institute for Strategic Studies, a cenLrc for research into v.orid se- curit'.'. Pearson hid president o! the institute since !K.i and dircc'or Francois Duchsne said the Former prime appointment to the post v.-as made "hecs'ue he '.'.'as so a rnsn of peace 'He vas a vcnderful p-esident. ''Dircher.e said. "He resti-arly gave JJ.5 time and lent his prtstigs, hi5 persvnality and his wii.'1 accomplishments ao do'.vn in history to .VATO ard Nations.1' said Al- berta Liheral Leader Bob missel! Ontario Liheral Leader Nitnon said he "deep Iv ie-irette-O'1 the re--' s. 1-e recal'ed that Mr. Pear- son hid "in ime form'1 at a Liberal rail'-' in Toron'o and the de-ath came as a shock. Prern'er 7A Schreyer or Manitoba said the former prime rmr.lstcr "an exemplary Canadian. I al- He v. "ere vho, in terms of a Liberal Alex of' Prince Edvsrd Natural'i'e-o-.irrts Bishop of Ncv; Erur-S'iiclr. actir.? premier in the of Premier The passing of taster Bowles Pearson leaver with many a profound sense of loss. Mr. Pcarion dedicated himself to the interest of peace and inter- national co-operation. He berved his country as diplo- mat, member of parliament and prime minis- ter, and championed many worthy causes throughout tils life." British Prime Minister Edward Heath was send- ing a sympathy message to the Pearson family later today and Opposition Leafcr Harold Wilson, returning from a holiday in Israel, expected to add his condolence. The London Evening Standard, a Beaverbrook news- paper, published a detailed obituary of Pearson, it called a "master diplomat.'1 "He played as bis a part in the history of dip- lomacy and international relations as Harry The Standard says. B.C. Liberal Leader David Anderson said the Cana- dian people "v.'ill really feel a tremendous of loss. "He will he mourned not only for his contribution to David., leader of the N'ev. Democratic Party, Canada, hut also for his very human O'Jtlcok whether it be at the United Nations or as prime minister o! Canada. paid tribute to Mr. Pearson as one whose life was motivated by "a humanity, a compassion and kindness rare in men v.ho great pov.'or.'1 Le'.vis ssid the former prime minister's death "is a loss not only lo Canada but to the world." "His contributions to the development of Canada's foreign relations and- to many asr-ects of the work of the United Nations won him and Canada friends around the v.orid." Real Caouetle, leader of the Social Credit party, said the country would feel the loss of "an illustrious Canadian." "Mr. Pearson a born he said, "an example of good relations, of understanding, respect- ing the rights of all on all occasions, defender of Can- ada's integrity." Justice Minister Alex Hickman of v.ho LS aciing premier during the absence of Premier Frank ?-toores, said that every Nevaoundland-jr is deep- ly moved to hear of Mr. Pearson's death. Former lieutenant-governor George Pearkes, who kne-.v Mr. Pearson for the last 50 years, said he ad- mired him greatly. "Even though served on opposite sides of the we were always friends. He had an excellent brain, was very loyal and hard-working. He did espe- cially well in the foreign office and was essentially devoted- to Canada ond Canada's role as a peace-keep- ing nation.'' Erliish Prime Minister Heath said Pearson's "wise and htman counsel contributed greatly to the resolu- tion of manv of the major problems which have con- fronted us over the last three dec-ados. "It right trial he should have he-en the first Canadian to be awarded the Nobel Peace Heath added. FAIRFIELD APPLIANCES FAIRFIELO APPLIANCES 'ANDY' KCIMES CUILIGAN COMDIHONIflO 'LSTHS'IDGE ITCi Hortr, ,V V Drl. into the New Year with these FANTASTIC SPECIALS FREJ DELIVERY SPECIALS AT FORT MACLEOD 1GA ONLY TUESDAY, JAN. 2nd ONLY J1 S5S George Takeyasu Lynn SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. BERT 2 MAC'S RADIO-TV LTD. till Kirk FRAi-IK CLOTHES Robb Skakum MEN'S CLOTHES NAB08 Ib.....II pkg. 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