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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Wsdnsedsy. November 7. 19T1-THB LETMMIPOI HERALD 31 DEATH HARAGA Passed away in the city on November Mr. Izidor Haraga at the age of 77 beloved husband of Mrs. Zuzana Haraga of 1919 14th Avenue S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C5247 IN MEMORIAMS MacDONALD In loving memory of who passed Nov. 1968 remember by Don and Butch Bruchet and Sharron Rissling 2980 BOBINEC In loving memory of a dear who passed away November 1971. Ever loved and remembered by his wife and family 3047 ENGLEHART In loving memory of a dear mother and who passed away November 1971. Two years have passed since that sad It was God's will that you should not A million words cannot ex- Our sadness and loneliness. remembered by son daughter-in-law Julie and grandson Craig. 3032 TOTH In memory of a dear father and Nick who passed away November 1970. They who think that you are gone Because no more your face they Are wrong For in our hearts you And always in memoiy remembered by his loving wife son Donald and family 3031 BOBINEC In loving memory of a father and John who passed away November 1971. Two years have passed since that sad day It was God's will you should not stay. A million words cannot ex- press Our sadness and lonlmess remembered with love and fondness Alex and John Jr. Koskewich families. 3046 CARDS OF THANKS THE GYMINI GYM CLUB would like to thank all the peo- ple who gave us their support during our recent raffle. Winners were Lori Slobodian and Lynda Gyorkos. 3030 DODD My sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital and to all those who sent cards and flowers. It was very much appreciated. Flossie Dodd 3060 LUTHER A very special thank you to my doctor and assistants and to the nursing staff on Second Main of St. Michael's Hospital for their care while a patient there Also thanks to my family and friends for gifts and cards I received. Luther 3045 LIZZI We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to our many neighbors and relatives for the floral cards of personal and phone calls and food received during our recent sad bereavement Special thanks to the staff at both hospitals and to the doctors and staff of the Haig Clinic for the care and kindness extend- ed the late John Lizzi. We thank you all Maria Reno and Elda. 3058-8 Senate whip OTTAWA Senator Sidney Buckwold has been ap- pointed government whip in the it was announced Tuesday night. Senator a for- mer mayor of was appointed to the Senate two yea.i ago Sunday. Israelis have no fears of possible break-out LONDON Inter- national strategic experts here believe Israeli forces on the west bank of the Suez canal now have little to fear from the possibility of a renewed military attempt by Egypt to free its encircled 3rd Army. They i say the Israelis have moved about six brigades to the west bank and have roughly the same strength as the 3rd most of it trapped on the east side of the waterway in Sinai. One analyst said a general military rule is that an offen- sive break-out requires about three times the strength of the defending unit. Maj. Robert a Cana- dian military officer working with London's International Institute for Strategic said in an interview Tuesday that a relatively small part of the Israeli west bank force probably can contain the 3rd Army in the case of an offen- while the bulk of the force fended off attacks from any other direction. ROUTES OUTLINED He said the most likely form for any Egyptian offensive would be either a southward thrust by the surrounded army down the waterway in an at- tempt to destroy the Israeli bridgehead or a frontal attack by a newly-formed army from the Cairo direction. There have been rumors here that the Egyptians have been able to form a new reserve army somewhere around Cairo for use in break- Market nations finally speak with one voice BRUSSELS After their joint statement on the Middle East the nine member-states of the Euro- pean Common Market are crediting themselves with the possibly historic achievement of at last with one on a major world issue. But in working towards this the nine countries had to side-step the issue of threatened oil supplies in Western a big divisive question as far as their relations with each other are concerned. Instead they carefullv concentrated on the political question of the Middle East and how the explosive crisis there can be settled. The formula used by the West Europeans involved avoiding comments about the brought on by the Middle East tragedy in the world at other the potentially dis- astrous shortage of oil resulting from Arab produc- tion cuts. They dealt ex- clusively with what was term- ed the real cause of the dangerous surface malady. The resulting statement in Brussels has already drawn bitter reactions from Israelis who see it as a Western Euro- pean surrender to Arab But while denying that their declaration is biased in the Arabs' the nine appar- ently hope that its plete with references to a need for Israel to end territorial occupation begun in 1967 and to the of the Pales- tinians will help pla- cate the Arabs. ing out the beleagured force it the canal. But Elliott said it appeared the new unit is still in its in- fancy and formation is just be- ginning. Other experts here take se- riously reports that toe Soviet Union has equipped the Egyp- tians with large numbers of Scud surface-to-surface mis- siles during the last several months and that these operated by Soviet would be used in any new offensive. REPORT DISMISSED But they dismiss entirely a report in the American maga- zine Aviation Week and Space Technology which said the missiles are equipped with nuclear warheads. The analysts acknowledge that the missiles can be equipped with either con- ventional or atomic charges but they contend that highly- reliable independent intelligence reports show no nuclear warheads have been procured. The Scud-a NATO codename for the mis- in two types The built in has a range of about 50 miles and is not guided by electronic means. The second initially produced in has a range of roughly 185 is fired from a launcher mounted on a truck and may be guided elec- tronically. If these missiles are in- troduced in any new clash at the these analysts it would be a fac- but would not be enough to turn the balance against the Israelis Only if the Egyptians are able to move their sophisticated surface-to-air missiles into the canal area where they would be a serious threat to Israeli they would there be any possibility of an eventual 3rd army breakout But they say the likelihood of this happening is still so remote that virtually no one here has yet given it serious consideration Skylab delay caused by fin cracks CAPE Fla. The Skylab 3 launch- scheduled for probably will be delayed five days until Nov. 15 because of cracks in all eight stabilizing fins in the first stage of the booster United States space agency officials said to- day. A spokesman for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said the cracks were dis- covered during a routine inspection Wednesday night as the launch crew was pre- paring the Saturn 1-B rocket. looks very the spokesman adding that the fins probably will nave to be replaced. That would mean a launch delay of five days. Officials met to make a definite decision Time loss revealed OTTAWA Rotating and national rail strikes dur- ing August pushed up the number of man-days lost due to work stoppages during the month to the federal labor department reports. In there were man-days lost due to strikes and lockouts The government figures show that of August's total time lost was due to the walkouts by non- operating railway workers. The monthly figure in August represents 68 man- days lost per days worked. 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Store Open dally a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 When business was bad he said he couldn't afford advertising. When business was he said he didn't need advertising. For the life of we cant remember his name. The Lethbridgc Herald I the ;