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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks r m BIRTH BENSON Ken and Kathy are proud to announce the birth of a Sheryl 8 Ibs. 1 born November at the Municipal Hospital. A sister for Steven. 4391 PUBLIC NOTICES SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to A.M. on December 1973 lor the construction of the following Secondary Road 755 Jet. S.R. 653 to South of Mayerthorpe Improvement District 15 Whitecourt Area Gravel and Loading to Trucks cu Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Maintenance Highways the Of- fice of the District 4020 Bowness Calgary. Alberta and the Office of the District Administration Alberta and will be available only to individuals registered and operating in the Province or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars will be required for each copy of Contract and Specifications taken Each bid must be accom- panied by a marked cheque or bond squal to the Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest Dr any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCUNE DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT N50 Jberra SALE BY PUBLIC TENDER Sealed tenders will be received at the iffice of the Deputy Minister or Highways and up 1o December for sale or Blocks Plan 7035 3arnwell in part N.E. Twp. 49.2 acres more or Certificate of Title 148-R-10. Parcel Is ocated adjacent to and immediately iouth of Highway No. approximate- y one mile west of Barnwell. CONDITIONS PF I. No direct access to Highway No 3. Access to be onto road allowance which exists on the east side of the subject parcel. Parcel is subject to all Highway Development Regulations. Certified cheque for 10 per cent ol full purchase price must accom- pany tender amount. All tender deposits will be held until a tender has been accepted. Tender deposits of unsuccessful tenderers shall be returned promptly. 1 Successful tenderer will be re- quired to remit balance within 90 days after acceptance of tender. M successful tenderer does not remit balance within 90 days acceptance of his the deposit shall be forfeited. All sales are subject to existing ex- reservations or en- cumbrances contained in existing Certificate of Title at time of. sale. Possession date January 1974. hghest or any bid not necessarily ccepted. In case of tie first one eceived in the Deputy Minister's of- ce will get first lids to be marked on outside ol nvelope for Land West ol V. E. Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. N19 BIRTH DEMERS and Mrs. Donat Damn are pleased to announce the birth of a Erin weight 8 Ib. 13tt oz. A sister for Lisa and Jennifer. Proud grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jess Matlock and Mrs. Ellen Demers and great- grandmother Mrs. Laura Matlock. 4400 LEUS1NK Passed away in Picture Butte on November following a lengthy Mrs. Hendrik- je Leusink at the age of 50 years of Iron Springs. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Christian Reformed Iron with Rev. Homer Samplonius of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Iron Springs Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust Bldg. Friends may pay their respects at the church from 1 p.m. until service time. MARTIN BROS. Director of Funeral Service. C5560 FRANCELLA Maria of pass- ed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on November 1973 at age 70 years. She was born San- February and came to Canada in 1949 to Vancouver and several months later to where she has resided since. For the past 20 she had lived at the Frank Marra residence in Blairmore. She was predeceased by her husband Joseph in Vancouver in whom she married in Nelson in 1950 and also two Frank Amatto in Blairmore in 1971 and Sam Spatifor in Van- couver in October 1956. Sur- viving are one Mrs. Serafina Marra in Blairmore as well as many nieces and nephews in Blairmore and Toronto. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Catholic Thursday evening at p.m. Requiem Mass will be St. Anne's November 23 at with interment following in the family Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of persons wishing may donate to the Dr. Aiello Memorial care of the Crowsnest Pass Hospital. FANTIN CHAPELS is in charge. C5558. LARGEST CROWD The largest crowd ever to gather at a funeral is es- timated at about four million who thronged through Cairo for the funeral of President Gamal Abdel Nassar in 1970. DEATH beloved husband of Elizabeth Roiek of passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on November at .age 83 years. He was born in Poland on August 1890. The late Mr. Rojek had been a Blairmore resident since 1956. He served in the Polish and Austrian Army for ten years and in 1940 the family was deported to then to Africa and England and came to Canada in settling in the Crowsnest Pass. He was predeceased by two brothers and one sister Poland. Sur- viving besides his wife Elizabeth of Blairmore are five Walter of Bogdam all in one Mrs. M. Kepa of 14 two great- and one sister and one brother in Poland. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Catholic Church in Friday evening at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Anne's Church in Blairmore on Satur- November 24 at with Rev. Tim Connolly celebrant. Interment will Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of donations will be gratefully accepted for the Dr. Aiello Memorial care of the Crowsnest Pass Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS is in charge. C5559 IN MEMORIAM DUTCHAK In loving memory of who passed away Nov. 1963. What we would if we could say We'll go and visit our mom To see her face and see her smile To sit and chat with her But we have lost and God has gained The best of moms this world contained. missed by her Helen and Maurice 4436 CARD OF THANKS KOVACS We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to our many friends and relatives for their messages of floral tributes and all the help they gave dur- ing the recent loss of my dear brother brother-in-law and uncle. A special thanks to Rev. Martin Bros. Funeral pallbearers and all the ladies who served lunch after the service. and Gisella Nagy and Calgary 4401 Notice Due to the Shortage of a Number of Toys on the market... we are unable to supply the following Toys Advertised In our Flyer Barbie Going Camping Set Barbie Country Camper Big Jim Rescue Rig Limited quantities available on some of the other toys advertised Zellers County Fair Locatad In ZaHara Shopping Cantra on Mayor Ntagnrtn Drtw. Tatophona 321-8171. Opon Pally a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. Honorary fellows named to college LONDON Professor Harry V. distinguish- ed Canadian was formally installed by Prince Philip Tuesday as one of four honorary fellows of the Royal College-of General Prac- of which Philip is president. is. professor of mineralogy at the .University of British Columbia and for the last few years has been collaborating with a British Dr. R.J.F.H at the college's research unit in working on environmental aspects of human health. The royal 21 years old is an academic and educational body which describes itself as voice of the family Membership is by examina- tion and honorary fellowships are given sparingly. Warren's citation was read by the college Dr. B.C.S. as the grey-haired Canadian stood in front of both wearing the black and white robes of a college fellow. Assembled for the college's annual general meeting were some 300 family doctors and their wives as Slater spoke of Warren's and valuable work with trace elements. His work for the college was outstanding example of transatlantic co- in a comparatively new research field which .opened up new dimensions in general practice. Directly addressing he have shown by your collabora- tion that scientists and family doctors can work Slater then invited Philip in his gold chain of office to in- stall the Canadian as an honorary fellow for his forts on behalf of the college and of Philip hand- ed Warren a scrholl and shook hands warmly. Before Philip's the Banting and Best silver an award made to commemorate the insulin dis- coveries of Canada's Frederick Banting and Charles was presented to a British W.A. for the best essay on the treatment of diabetes in general practice. i Arctic Arab is dead N.W.T. Peter trap- trader and will be buried in Yellowknife Cemetery today. Mr. who died last week in was known as the Arctic Arab. Born in Mr. Baker moved to the North in 1921 where he was recognized as one of the best dog sled drivers. Born Ahmed Bedui he worked in Edmon- he acquired the name 10 years and struck out for the North in 1921. He served on the territorial council and was a major sup- porter of the successful move- ment to establish the territorial capital in Yellowknife. New air policy expected this week OTTAWA Transport Minister Jean Marchand said Tuesday he hopes to have recommendations for the new international and domestic air policies before the full cabinet this week. we'll have some- thing to say after that meet- he said outside the com- mons as he was questioned on whether any air policy decisions had been reached yet in cabinet. He is confident that there will be decisions reached in the full cabinet on the new air policy well before Christmas. Meantime Air Canada offi- cials expect to appear before the commons transport com- mittee starting Tuesday of next week. It was hoped in government circles to have the air policy announcements made before that committee starts questioning the officials of the government-owned. The long delays in formulat- ing the new policies have caused concern in airline cir- cles across the country. Failure of the government to act in awarding the Milan route to one of the two major Canadian carriers meant that it lost. a full tourist season's revenue for that run. Top officials 'in the tran- sport department have become increasingly reluctant to even mention airline policy as the questions are now being considered at the cabinet level. However it was learned from a well informed source that the proposed new policy in the domestic field would aim at altering the image of Air Canada being an eastern Canadian oriented company and CP Air the western Cana- dian oriented airline.. The domestic division be- tween the two major carriers would give CP Air a larger percentage of the Canadian air traffic. Internationally it is ex- pected to allow both carriers to fly around the increasing existing route structures. new policies were thor- oughly examined in a cbinet committee and went from the cabinet committee to the full cabinet last week. There is considerable jeal- ousy between the two major Canadian carriers over which airline gets which routes. Some routes are prestigious and profitable while others are regarded The crown-owned corpora- tion Air Canada wants to en- sure that it gets profitable as well as prestigious routes and retains the designation of of- ficial carrier. CP Air contends that it too should be a designated Canadian carrier around the world. CP Air recently was award- ed the job of operating into Peking. China. It has sent an official company advance par- ty to Japan and China to com- plete details for inaugurating CP Air flights to However at this stage Japan has blocked the flights by tak- ing a tough position in diplo- matic negotiations for CP Air flights to China through Japan. The Japanese want the right to land in Toronto for their airline JAL. In return for that they will facilitate CP Air making its flights to Peking via Japan. Another complicating factor- in devising new air policy for the cabinet is the failure so far on the part of Canada and the United'States to reach agree- ment on their four year long air negotiations. Mr. Marchand made public the new US-Canada air routes which had been tentatively accepted by both sides in ear- ly September. But the US balked on settl- ing air charter problems. The Americans wanted the 46 new air routes between the two countries to be linked to the settling of air charter problems. The Canadian government was prepared to proceed with allocating the new routes even if there had been no agreement on charters. Mr. Marchand has indicated that there might be agree- ment to implementing arrangements on new air routes and customs preclearance without first set- tling the air charter questions. Internationally CP Air is go- ing to get to fly to Milan. That northern Italian city has been waiting for the Cana- dian government to designate the air carrier from Canada that will fly into it ever since the Italian airline Alitalia started exercising landing rights in Toronto last year. It was the dispute between Air Canada and CP AIR as to which carrier would service Milan that led'to the decision to review the government's air policy. STOCK UP ON THESE GREY CUP SPECIALS PRICES EFFEC FIVE NOVEMBER 22-24 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 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