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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i ne I.B i neiuusic uvcvmocr In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS READ Sidney John passed away in Cardston on December 1973 at the age of 84 beloved husband of Mrs Anne Read of Glenwood Besides his loving he is survived by one son Edwin Read of Salt Lake City Utah a Mrs Wallace Archibald of eight seven great grandchildren Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Glpnwood L D S Chapel on Tuesday December 4th at 2 p m with Bishop Winston Bonne officiating Interment will follow in the Glenwood Cemetery Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p m prior to the service in the Relief socie- ty room of the Church SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD directors of the Funeral Service C5797 N1EDERMIER Passed away in the city on November 29 1973 following a lengthy illness Mrs Ann Niederrrier at the age of 69 beloved wife of Mr Frank Niedermier of 622 29th St S Born in the late Mrs Niedermier was raised and educated in Lethbndge She married Mr Frank John Niedermier in Lethbndge in 1929 and together they tanned east of Lethbndge until retir- ing to Lethbndge in 1958 She has continued to reside here until her passing Besides her loving husband she is survived bj one son Mr Leroy Francis Niedermier of two two sisters Mrs Melvin Helen Gilbertson of Mrs Alex Cinkota of Sask and two brothers Messrs Steve and Andy Tomie both of Lethhridge Prayers will be said on Monday December 3rd at 7 00 p m in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at 3 00 p m in Assumption Church with The Basilian Fathers celebrants Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemeterv MARTIN BROS LTD Direc tor of the Funeral Service C5795 ISAACSON Chloe Stod- dard Rice passed away in Cardston on November 1973 at the age of 94 years She was born in Farmington. Utah on Oc- tober 3rd later moved to Parker Idaho where she married Otis Scott who predeceased her in 1915 In 1940 she married William Isaacson who also predeceas- ed her in 1964 She came to Canada in 1908 and had lived lor the last 25 years in Card- ston She was an active member of the L D S Church and had held positions in all of the Auxiliary Organizations of the church as well as being a temple worker Survivors include two sons. Carl Rice and Cyril Rice both of Claresholm three Mrs G 0 Strmgam of Mrs Bert Quinton of Hayden Idaho Mrs I Quas- ter of Mill Valley Calif 30 92 great and eight great great grandchildren Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel in Cardston on December 3rd at 1 p m with Bishop Bryce Cahoon of- ficiating Interment will follow in the Claresholm emetery Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service in the Relief Socie- ty Room of the Church SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD Cardston Directors of Funeral Service C5796 IN MEMORIAM JAMES In loving memory of our dear grandmother and great- grandmother who passed away December 1972 long and lonely year has passed Since our great sorrow fell The shock that we received that day We still remember well The parting was so sudden We often wonder why To us the hardest part of all You never said goodbye Our hearts still ache with sadness And silent tears still flow For what it meant to lose you mom No one will ever know Our family chain has broken now And nothing seems the same But as God calls us one by jne The chain will link again remembered by Rita and children of Calgary 4991 IN MEMORIAMS JAMES In loving memory of a dear wife and who passed away December 1972 Your name is often men- Our thoughts in silence To the days when you were with Those memories will never die remembered and sadly missed by Joan and families 5040 GYGI In loving memory of a dear husband and Bert who passed away December 1970 No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day Though absent you are always near Still still missed and very deal sadly missed by wife Ruth and family 5079 RICKMYER In loving memory of a dear grand- and a dear grandmother and great who pass- ed away June and December 1 1972 They gave us love in fullest measure memories to treasure They shared our joys and God bless you mother and dad for those precious years Your life was for others you Not for what you but for what you could give take a message to our dear mother and dad above Tell them we miss and give them our missed by their daughter and family 4993 CARDS OF THANKS HARRISON My heartfelt thanks to the doctors and staff of the Calgary Foothills for their excellent and to my family and i i ends for their many acts of love and concern for me while a patient there My husband Don joins me in this message of love and thankfulness Harrison SKIKIEWICH The family of the late Joseph Skikiewich wish to express their thanks and appreciation to relatives friends and neighbors for the kindness shown them during their recent loss Special thanks to doctors and staff of the Municipal Ladies A U U C Martin Bros Funeral Home and Rev Kenneth Morns Antonma Skikiewich and family 5075 BECKNER We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends and relatives for their messages of floral tributes and kindness during the re- cent loss of our be'loved wife and Edith We also wish to thank the doctors of the Hunt Clinic and the nurses and the staff of the Municipal for the good care given her while a patient there and Mrs Thomas 5039 PENNINGTON The family of the late Mrs Olga Pennington are most grateful to Rev Canon R W Cowan and to all the friends and relatives for the floral tributes. Mass sym- pathy phone gifts of food and visits during our recent sad bereavement A special thanks to the Ladies' Auxiliary of the B of R T who helped in so many ways A special thanks to the pallbearers and Martin Bros Funeral Directors Your kindness is deeply appreciated and will always be remembered Pennington Family 5078 STANKO The family of the late Andy Stanko wish to express their deep apprecia- tion to the Ed Emelson family for stand'ng by at a crucial time and their sincere thanks to the pallbearers and their many neighbors and relatives for all the cards of visits to our floral tributes and the help we received during our time of deep sorrow A special thanks to the ladies who served a nice meal after the funeral Also to Father Zuback and Father Jim Lynn for their kindness and services Stanko and family 5041 CARDS OF THANKS THE WARNER BASEBALL ASSOCIATION would like to thank all those who helped make their dinner a also thank you to all parents for their help with car pools and support during the season 4990 ROSAINE I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to the aies and staff at St Michael's the doc- tors and the people who visited me while I was a patient there Rosaine 5074 BACH I wish to thank the doctors and nurses of Municipal Hospital for care I received while there A special thanks for cards and flowers I received and to friends who called and helped shorten the time Bach 5076 LEWIS We wouH like to take this opportunity to ex- press our sincere thanks to the nurses and staff of St Michael's hospital for the ex- cellent care given Pat while he was a patient also a special thanks to Father and the sisters for their concern and to the staff at the cafeteria for their kindness was very much appreciated and Mrs Milton Lewis and family 5038 LETAL May we express our sincerest gratitude to the many friends and relations for fhe floral mass and sympathy cards we received during the recent loss of our daughter and sister A special thank you to Father Marien and Father the altar boys for a beautiful mass. Martin Bros for their services Your kindness will never be forgotten Cudrak Family 5037 BLAIR We wish to thank our many kind neighbors and relatives who helped during the loss of our beloved wife and mother We thank you for contributing your time to phone personal and cards of sympathy We thank the pallbearers and Rev Ernest Martin and wife and Christensen Salmon funeral directors We will forever thank you for your kindness Blair and children 5077 Soccer ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Coventry 2 Leeds 2 Queen's PR 2 Leicester 3 Tottenham 0 Liverpool 1 West Ham 0 Southampton 2 Everton 0 Other matches postponed Division II Blackpool 0 Sunderland 2 Bristol C2 Notts C 2 Crystal P 4 Swindon 2 Fulham 0 Hull 0 Luton 0 West Brom 2 Orient 1 Cardiff 2 Other matches postponed Division III Brighton 2 Bristol R 8 Charlton 2 Port Vale 0 Hereford 3 Walsall 1 Shrewsbury 0 Chesterfield 1 Southend 1 Tranmere 1 Southport 0 Huddersfield 0 Wrexham 0 Bournemouth 1 Other matches postponed Division IV Brentford 0 Gillmgham 3 Colchester 4 Bradford 0 Lincoln 4 Crewe 2 Mansfield 3 Rotherham 0 Newport 1 Bury 0 Swansea 2 Exeter 2 Torquay 2 Stockport 2 Other matches postponed SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Abroath 1 Celtic 2 Other matches postponed Division II Hamilton 0 Airdneonians 0 Kilmarnock 3 Brechin 1 Montrose 2 Queen of S 2 Stranraer 1 Albion 2 Other matches postponed Alberta man gets 6 years EDMONTON Gilbert of Duf- was sentenced to six years in prison after pleading- guilty to manslaughter in connection with the death of a 72-year-old Buck Lake man. Mr Justice J C Cavanagh of Alberta Supreme Court was told that Harvey Goodkey was found dead in his home last September. Adams and Mr Goodkey had been in an argu- ment and exchanged punches Interpreting the news Party leader on thin ice Canadian volunteers tell war experiences LONDON Brian Faulkner's leadership of the Ulster Unionist Party has sur- vived a crucial vote but while the wafer-thin victory keeps alive the idea of sharing power with the Roman he is left to negotiate from a position of weakness. The former Ulster prime minister dismissed claims by opponents within his party that they had scored a but many outside observers were inclined to agree that they now were within inches of taking over the party leadership unless Faulkner watches his step On the vital vote of a North- ern Ireland government with Unionist and Republican politicians sharing he won by only 10 votes among the 748 delegates to the party council Tuesday. The cost was high Although he insisted he did not retreat on any issues to sway the it was appar- ent that the points he outlined as conditions for power- sharing did in fact represent some minor concessions to Unionist opponents. FORCED TO TOE LINE more specifically than ever committed to a tough Un- ionist he returns to talks with the mainly-Catholic Social and Democratic Labor Party and the non-sectarian Alliance Party Although they agree on a new executive council as part of the recently elected Northern Ireland many threats remain to the proposed measure of self- government For the SDLP dedicated'to the ultimate goal of a united opposes outright Faulkner's demand that Unionists have an over- all majority on the proposed 12-man executive In the too they can be ex- pected to oppose the idea that the SDLP recognize the Protestant-dominated Ulster constabulary as the only legitimate police force. BOYCOTT THREATENS Skeptics who suggest the as- sembly will never work point to the Irish tendency to ex- press opposition through the noting that the SDLP boycotted the old Ulster parliament and the right-wing Protestant elements who broke with the Unionists also threatened to wreck the assembly by boycotting it But all this gloom tends to overshadow the remarkable fact that in their the Un- the most influential party in for the first time in 50 years conceded changes in their policy of one- party Protestant rule political survivor is not without a few aces in negotiating on the tedious problems ahead For a many observers feel that opponents within the Unionist Party simply wanted to frighten Faulkner into mod- erating his and not really to tumble him from of- fice If so. they now will be content to let him struggle along Also Faulkner's most per- suasive argument is his warn- ing that if party obstinacy spells the end to the assembly then the British govern- ment will finally lose patience and a formula less acceptable to the Protestant community KAMETH- Israel Lindy Katz was attending a Yom Kippur ser- vice in a quiet Montreal syn- agogue when the savage Oc- tober war exploded between the Arabs and Israelis said the being attacked on three fronts For a 25-year-old of- fice worker who had returned from this country only three weeks his cryptic statement was a profound shock It meant the friends she had lived and worked with on an Israeli kibbutz for the past seven months now were fighting and dying. 'I couldn't just sit at home and watch TV Everyone was doing that I wanted to do something So Lindy like 50 or so other young volun- teered to quit their leave their fly to Israel and take up the mundane jobs left vacant by the Israelis call- ed to the front For most of it meant work on such as this one about 50 miles from Tel Aviv They milk pick oranges and look after scrub wash dnve tractors and most of the to emov it COMPELLED BY WAR Judy Appelbaum was a 17- year-old grade 13 student at Toronto's York Mills Collegiate had been to Israel before and decided to return at the outbreak of the war But hadn't she blown her high school chances this year9 can you say she asks I blew I always have a chance to go back But there are a lot of dead Israelis who'll never have that second chance and at this they're the important ones Unlike most of the Canadian Judy intends to re- main here and become an Is- raeli although she quickly disclaims any long- term ambition to remain on a kibbutz Her she are planning to im- migrate soon I've always felt more at home in Israel than in Can- ada David returning muddied and dishevelled from a day in the said he volunteered for service in Israel because he had become a grave risk as a Montreal taxi driver INTERFERED WITH WORK used to work the stand at the Sheraton-Mount Royal Ho- he when I heard about the I just couldn't concentrate on driving got irritable and the cus- tomers got mad So I quit and caught the soonest plane out Two sisters from wearing mackinaws and jeans against the chill winter wind and had mixed emotions about their kibbutz experiences Nancy Friedman has been in the area for about 10 months and her for three I'm going home and I can hardly says Nancy Her sister has no plans to return Nancy says she went back to a where she once when the war ended boys from there had been killed and everyone gives you the impression of being emotionally and physically drained Some peo- ple in this country have been through four or five wars and that's too much for anyone to endure Steve also of says the war has had the greatest affect of all on the children three-year-old boy here lost Jus father in the he ever he has walked around saying that when he gets he'll have a gun and kill every Egyptian and Syrian The like others on the kind of largescale co-operative sleeping two or three in sim- ple rooms and taking turns in bathrooms and showers. The strongest emotion among them seems to be dis- gust with what they described as the ambivalence of the Canadian government in the Arab-Israeli conflict and ad- miration for the Dutch who were openly pro-Israeli never seem to have the courage to stand up and say who's side we're says it's a policy that accomplishes nothing The Canadian volunteers say the only people they've met in Israel who hold an out- violent hatred for all Arabs are the who are serving as kibbutz volunteers here in huge numbers says Ilene on the who they are fighting simply as the enemy But there's no growling hatred for them Did the Israelis harbor re- sentment against the Cana- dian government for not giv- ing all-out support to their country and opposing the Arab cause7 says you mention they just say they recognize him as a good-looking leader That's all TARTAN STARTED The earliest evidence of tar- tan is the Failkirk found during archeological ex- cavation in Scotland The material dates back to 245 AD THE Sunday Crossword Lhu New York Herald Tribune Edited bj Robert B GiUcspic By Elaine D Schorr FAMOUS TWOSOMES Crossword some didn t you s of or bull ts door of the on of of iron title first s pay or and native DOWN 1 Face Span 2 Ancieni kingdom 3 Places 4 Chap with cool digits 5 Harem room 6 Del Sarto or Dona 7 Typical 8 Invalid fare 9 Potentate of Cairo 10 amok 11 Ma or Pa 12 Strikes dumb 13 Bulldozed 14 And the like Lat 15 Home of a sort 16 Nova salmon 17 Corpulent 18 Fresh 19 Mime 20 Land areas abbr 26 Out 2wds 28 door 31 U S instice 33 Play pal 34 Room in Rouen 35 Scorn 36 G-and Can yon Suite composer and family 37 Pioneer trail blazers 38 A report card entry 39 retreat 41 Biota girls' 42 Bonanza eg 43 Crosses 44 Nails men s names 45 Strike at 46 Gators relative 49 Instant 50 Garden o' pile 51 Caper 52 Great Lake 53 Gypsy 59 Prefix with naut 61 This little went 62 Bonneville Flats locale 63 Barker s ballyhoo 11 21. 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