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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta KJirthi, -DtatL, Uunerah, (Jf -JnanHAf Jrn frlemvriami DEATHS RICE Passed away in the city on Tuesday, July 25, 1973 following a- lengthy illness, Mr George Rice at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs Mary Catherine Rice of 128C 4th Avenue S. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C860 NELSON Alice M., passed away in Cardston on Monday July 33, 1973, at the age of 69 yean, beloved wife of the late NeJs Nelson who passed away in 1933. She leaves to moun her passing one son, Garth o Mountain View, Alberta; 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She was also predeceased by a son, Nels Jr Funeral Services will be hek in the Mountain View wan L.D.S. Chapel on Thursday July 26th, 1973 at 2 p.m., with Bishop Broyce Jacobs official ing. Interment will follow in the Mountain View, Cemetery a Mountain View, Alberta Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. pnor to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston Direct on of Funeral Service. C859 ONDRIK suddenly at Passed away on Monday July 23, 1973, Timothy Michael Ondrik at the age of 14 years beloved son of Mis. Helane Ondrik and the late Mr. Joseph A. Ondrik of 1105 16ft St. N. Bern in Letbbridge, Timothy waf a student at Wilson Junior High. He was viry interested in sports and played basket- ball, baseball, soccer and jsyed fishing. Besides his moth- er he is survived by two sis- ters, Melanie Anne Ondrik oi New Westminster, Jannell Brid- get Ondrik of Lethhridge; two brothers, Dwayne of Leth- bridge, Robin of Port Coquit- lanti, B.C. and his grandfather, Mr. Joseph Ondrik Sr. of Cal- gary. Prayers will be said on Wednesday (to-night) at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOR- IAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrat- ed on Thursday at a.m. in 'Assumption Catholic Church, Rev. Father Dick Wahl Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C861 ONDRIK Passed away suddenly at Kipp on Monday, 23, 1973, Mr. Joseph An- thony Ondrik at the age of 50 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helane Ondrik of 1105 16th St. N. Born in Liesek, Czechoslo- vakia, the late Me. Ondrik came to Canada in 1936, first to Coteman and later to Leth- bridge, where he has resided until his passing. He was very well known in the city and well liked by all. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons, Dwayne of Letfabridge, Robin of Port Coquittand, B.C.; two daughters, Melanie of New Westminster, Jannsfl of Leth- bridge; his father, Mr. Joseph Ondrik of Calgary; three sis- ters, Mrs. P. (Stephanie) Hugo of Calgary, Mrs. F. (Margaret) Hugo of Calgary, Mrs. P. (Ver- onica) Wienski of Calgary; two brothers, John of Lethbridge and Stanley of Calgary. Pray- ers will be said on Wednesday (tonight) at p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL. 703 13th St N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at a.m. in As- sumption Catholic Church, with Rev. Father Dick Wahl cele- brant Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section Moun- tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C862 DEATH DIXSON Passed away suddenly in Foremost on Mon- day, July 23, 1973, Mr J. Rus- sell Dizson at the age of 52 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Emma C. Dixson of R.R. No. 1 Foremost. Bom in Shepody, Albert County, New Brunswick, the late Mr. Dixson came to the Foremost district as an infant. He was raised and educated there and has re- sided and farmed in the Fore- most district all of his life. He served with the Royal Cana- dian ArtiHery for four years during The Second World War. Always very active in commu- nity affairs, the late Mr. Dix- son was President of the Royal Canadian Legion in Foremost, a member of the Foremost Fish and Game Association and Past Assistant leader of Short Grass 4-H Beef Club. Besides his loving wife he is survived bv two daughters, Mrs. D. Andrea Doria salvage attempt begins today (Darlene) Mrs. L Smith (Alice) of Calgary. Francis of Prince George, B.C.; one son, Mr. Eldon Dixaon of Foremost: one grandchild. Tyler Smith of Calgary; two sisters, Mrs. Mu- riel TJlly of Sparwood, Mrs. Georgia taree Bsird of brothers. Vancouver; Gordon of Claresholm, Rona'd of San An- tonio, Texas, Chester of Saska- toon and his aunt, Thehna Chartier of Lethbridge. The fu- neral services will be held on Thursday at in ihe Foremost United Church, with Rev. 0. R Hodge officiating. Interment will follow in the Foremost Cemetery. Friends may pay their rescects at the church from p.m. on Thursday until just prior to fte service, 'if desired friends may make donations to the Alberta least Fund, care of Mrs M. N. Wray, 1705 15th St. S. Leth- bridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C863 FAERHAVEN, Mass. (AP) Two scuba divers plan to dive 245 feet to the ocean floor today for a 10-day salvage attempt on the Andrea Doria, a sunken ocean liner that has eluded treasure hunters for 17 years. In 1956, when the Italian lux- ury liner and a Swedish ship collided hi heavy fog 45 miles off Nantucket Island, the Doria was considered a virtual float- ing art gallery. Cash, negotiable bonds, art treasures and jew- elry worth an estimated mil- lion are reported to be on the sunken liner. The divers say the art, money and jewelry are still there, pro- tected by the sharks and deep waters of the stormy Atlantic. The divers say they can over- come problems that foiled pre- vious expeditions by living in a o t-long liorpedo-shapsd compartment that they will at- tach to the ocean 245 feet from the surface. They will be backed up by a crew of 10. Divers attached buoys to the bow and stern of the ship Mon- day and were attaching support lines to guide their living quar- ters to the bottom. An ex- pedition spokesman ashore said weather conditions at the scene were reported as good. CHALLENGE CITED 'The Andrea Doria goods would be determined by a probate court. As much as half. of it could revert to the original owners. The Andrea Doria was only three years old when it was rammed by the Stockholm on the last night of t crossing from Genoa. Most of her were rescued by other shipj, but 45 lost their lives. Five per- sons from the Stockholm per- ished. Papuan warriors riot over rugby Mount Everest of the said Donald Rodocker, CARDS OF THANKS WARNOCK We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks for all impressions of sympathy dur- ng our recent bereavemant, to hose who helped with lunch, o the families and friends for cards, flowers and food, and hose who visited. Thanks to be pallbearers aid Martin Bros. Funeral Chapel, the urses and doctors of St. Mich- ael's Hospital. Abo a very spe- ial thanks to Rev. Dr. R W. K Elliott. Orcutt, nock, Truman John War- Warnock 6580 LINITSKT Tfes family of the late Mrs. Mary Unitski wish to extend sincere thanks all their relatives and friends or then- Mass offerings, flow- rs, cards, visits and many rindnesses during our recent Bereavement. We extend our ap- eciztion to the ladies of the JWL who contributed and serv- the lunch; to the ebon- and rganist who provided the baaj- tiful funeral Mass; to the pall- jearers V. Grbavac, J. Mot- cka. B. Jones, A Grbavac, S. Ponunen and Scbefter; and to the Altar boys John Shcbefter and John DeBoer. Our very special thanks goes to Father Gaston Marien of St. Basil's Parish, Lethbridge a is the one of the organizers of the mission. 'We picked the ship because it had enough on it, but it's also one of those 'because-it's-there' things." Rodocker, 27, has spent the last 15 months planning the ad- venture with Christopher De- Lucchi, 22. Both men are from San Diego, Calif., and learned diving in the navy. Central to the mission is the men's under- water home, a metal cylinder with the word "mother" printed on its side. After Rodocker and DeLucchi hack a hole in the slop's hull, they'll alternate hauling treas- ure from the hulk and resting in the compression chamber. The chamber is equipped with food, beds, air and commit nication lines that connect the divers with a fishing trawler anchored above. Staying there relieves the divers of the time- consuming chore of readapting to pressure on the ocean sur- face. Rodocker said the mission PORT MORESBY, New Guinea (Reuter) A crowd of 609 Papuan warriors ted several charges against armed riot po- lice near here today in an at- tempt to reach the city, but stopped short each tune without striking any blows. The tribesmen were stopped at a roadblock 20 miles away as they marched to demand ven- geance on New Guineans with whom they clashed here Sun- day. Decorated with feathers, brandishing bows and arrows and waving spears and long knives, the Papuans wanted to put on a show of strength fol- lowing, the recent inter-racial violence. Lines of police held shields and batons and were backed by tear gas equipment. Health Minister Reuben Taur- eka, who was at the scene, said the demonstrators claimed the support of more clansmen prepared to fight New Gtri- neaos, but after a three-hour confrontation the men finally agreed to return home. Violence between the two races flared Saturday following a Papun victory over New Guinea in a local rugby match. The riots forced shops, hotels and many public buildings to close and police used tear gas to quell the disturbances. There are Papuans liv- ing under Australian rule and 1.6'miffion New Guineans whose territory is administered under a United Nations mandate. The island is to be given self-gov- ernment at ths end of the year. War straggler really Filipino MANILA (AP) The Second World War Japanese straggler who lived as a Filipino ever since toe war has turned cut today to be nothing of the kind. "I'm not Hyoji said .Tanao Tao at a news confer- ence held at the Japanese em- bassy. born. 'I'm F i Ibino ference were the five members of the Miki family who had come from Japan for the reun- ion. Speaking for them, Osaka businessman Sozo Miirj apolo- gized for the mistake and said: "We all made the mistake be- cause of our eagerness to find our brother, Ryoji. We all acted But they wouldn't i in good faith and sincerity. will cost about He said investors who financed the mis- sion made a wise investment. In the ship's vault is mil- lion in cash, Rodocker said. The ship's chapel has a silver plaque valued at And tare are thousands of dollars worth of sculpture, silverware, china and paintings that may still be intact. But just who owns the loot once it is hauled to (tie surface in a wire cage is unclear, Rodi- cker said. He said distribution of the Railway men seek settlement former pastor in Raymond and long-time friend of tfo family who celebrated the funeral Mass. Sincere gratitude to the doctor and the nursing staff of the Raymond Hospital who cared for mother during her last illness. Jones and family Joseph Linitski Stanley Linitski and family Amy Abbott and family Caroline Linitski John Linitski and family 6337 1 By VIC PARSONS OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment is considering appoint- ment of an independent adviser to help establish real value of a controversial pension plan CORRECTION Unit in Tuesday's Chinook should have read 1972 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 4 drive station wagen. Warn hubs, healer, only milei. list 06MO SPECIAL....... Warn twos, tadio, '4995 TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Cevtts Highway worked out between railway workers and their employers, Labor Minister John Monro toW the Commons Tuesday. The companies, including CP Rail, Canadian National Rail- ways and nine smaller firms, say the' plan win cost mil- lion annually and give another 4.3 per cent in fringe benefit money to tic workers. Union negotiators argue the value to workers is only about half that much. Average hourly earnings of nonoperating and shopcraft workers now are 81. 1 The proposed pension plan is I to be voted on when otter con- tract provisions are lentathery j seated. l About 56.000 non-operating j railway workers sow are en- tided to strike, although a gov- ernment mediator has been try- ing to bring the parties to- gether. Two other disputes involving 20.000 skilled tradesrcen and 14.000 trainmen now are in the conciliation board stage. First panel bearing for the trainmen begins tolay in Montreal The eight non-operating un- have indicated they will strike in selected regions of the ccaniry for two or three days at a time ralber than engage in a national strike could pro- voke Parliament to legislate them back to work. j They have agreed to maintain I ferry services for Prince Ed- ward Island, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, as well as offering to keep grain aoving. believe me. Members of the MiM familj had come to the Philippine! after one of them reported he bad found their brother Ryoji, living with a wife and 1< children in South Cotabato, 600 miles south of Manila. The Mikis introduced Tao at a news conference. He said be was Ryoji MM, that he had assumed the name of Tanao Tao and wanted to stay in the Philippines with his post-war family. .He told "reporters he wanted to make it clear now that "I'm FOipino although his father was Japanese. Also present at the news con- Paltern 7086 He added that perhaps "tins man who did not want to His, please us admitted to us for a white that he was Ryoji." Sozp, has two brothers, sister and sister-in-law all were weep- ing as he said the search will be abandoned. Toa said he would go home to his small coconut farm." "I'M sure my family is miss- ing me." July 25, 1973 TNI UTHMIMI HMAlD Towflc Country" Pattern 4752 34-48 Win admiring glances when you go places in cozy capes! 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