Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Augull 9, 1971 fotllA, fy i ni 11 L-iircls Jk DEATH ian, emonam.4 DEATHS DIKTI'.K'II Passed away n (he city on Friday, August li, 1971. following a brief ill- ness. Mr. Albert Dietrich, at the of (ill years, beloved husband ot Mrs. Elizabeth Diet- rich ot 329 15Hi Street N. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday in MAR- T I II R 0 S. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 7ii.: 13 St. Xorth, E. i Ted) Eskdalc miTmcnt will fol- View Ceine- may pay Iheir MARTIN BROS. CHAPEL: phone M.-urnx BROS. LTD., oi l-'uneral Service. C6691 Passed away at Rii.vm.-nd (in .Monday. August Mrs. Barbaia Chabay, of Funer- al he an- nounced c- o m p letc d. JIARTI.V BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funer.-i! Service1. C6689 Kasscd away in Calgary on Friday, August 6, 1971. Mrs. Helmy Charlotte of oil Mcridow Road S.W., Calgary. The Iraeral service wil! be held at p.m. on Tue.-tfny. in MARTI.V BROS. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. Rev. Rrian Jones officiating. Interment v.'ill follmv in .Mountain View MARTIN BROS. L'd Dirrc-iurs of Funeral Ser- vice. C6690 DEATHS HYNES Warren, passed away in Taber following a lengthy illness, on Sunday, August 8. 1371, at the age of 70 years, beloved liusband of Ellen (Dolly) Haynes of Tabcr. Left to mourn his passing be- sides liis loving wife, are one son George of Great Falls Montana; one daughter, Mrs Bernard (Kay) of Taber, nine grandchildren; one broth cr. Leslie ot New Westminster B C three sisters, Mrs. Ily (Reba) Evans of Burley, Idaho Mrs. Reed (Sarah) Harding o Kimberley, B.C. and Mrs. Wil liam (Myrtle) Skelton of Cal gary. Funeral services will be held in the Taber Stake Chape on Wednesday, August 11 a p.m., with Bishop Roy Har ris officiating. Internment wil follow in the Taber Memoria Gardens. Friends may mee the family and pay their re- spects from p.m. prior lo the sen-ice, in the Relief Soci ety room of the church. Chri. tensen Salmon Funeral Home. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Her vice. C66M Passed away in Canary on Saturday, August 7. foilowing a hue! Mr. Marinus lerus at the age of 57 Gloved hus'nand of Mrs. Chri'-ir.a Vanriestecg of Iron 5-srin2s. Bern in Holland in iaio Mr. Vande- iieeg Jo Jron S'prings in lP5ii ar.d has resided there un- til his passing Besides his lov- ing w.fe. he is survived by two daughters. Mrs. J. (Clasiena) KellOM. Victoria. .Miss Ida Vandcstreg, Picture Bu'.te; four sons. Everett, Ben and Gcrrit. of Lethbridge, Marinus of Victoria, four gianilchil- dron. ui'.d Ihrcc sisters and two hrothcr.s in Holland The funer- al service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, in MAR- TIN BUGS. .MEMORIAL CHA- PEL, 703 13 Street N., wi'.h Rev. Dr R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow in View Cemetejy. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- lors of Funeral Service. C6693 n rrr'sfN Passed away in the L'iiy on Sunday. August fol'ov. inq a brief illness, Emma Peterson Mills. of Em (Nde li; 'uiis, beloved ifc of Mr. Al- b c r t Peterson of -.IB 23 Street 11 h. Born in Pcakc's Road, KAPALKA Joseph Henrj of Coleman, passed away Coleman on Saturday, August 7, 1971, at the age of 79 years. Born in Hutly, Province ol Lciplon, Czechoslovakia, the late Mr. Kapalka came to Can- ada in 1910 and several years later settled in Coleman where he has resided since. He was employed as a machinist for Cole-man Collieries until the time of his death. He was active member of Uie Knights of Columbus. Polish Societj and First Catholic Slovak Yed nota. Predeceased by his wife Steffania (Smesni) in Decem- ber 19C7, whom he married in Coleman, January, 1920; also predeceas.ed by his parents and onp sister Mrs. Anne Ondrus, all of Coleman. Survivors in- clude three daughters, Mrs. G. (Julia) Sorofs, Valleyview Mrs. R. (Pat) Murphy, Cal- gary, Mrs. J. (Jane) Ash, Wil- lingdon, Alta.; four sons, Ste- phen, Elk Island National Park. Julius, Calgary, John and Lawrence, both of Cole- man; seven grandchildren. Prayers will be said in the Holy -Spirit Catholic Church on Tuesday, August 10 at p.m. Requiem Mass to be said conjunction with the funeral of the lat.e Mark Ondrus, will he offered in the Catholic Church, Coleman on Wednesday, August 11 at a.m. Mermen! will follow in the family plot. Cole- man Cemetery. In lieu of flow- ers, donations will be gratefully accepted for the Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Crowsnest Pass H o s p i t al, Blairmore, marking donations "In Memory of Joseph Henry FANTW CHAPELS LTD., in charge. CC637 OVARD Emma Tillack, passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, August 6, 1971, at the age of 93 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. George Ovard. Born Emma Tillack in Scores- by, Australia, August 21, 1870. Moved to American Fork, Utah in 1886 with eleven broth- ers and sisters. In 1901, she married George Ovard at Am- erican Fork and moved to Stir- ling, Alberta in 1902 with early settlers. Her first child was then 190B where they farmed until a dis- astrous fire caused them to move. In 1925 they moved to the St. Mary's district, north- west of Magfath and raised born there. The family moved to Coaldale in King's County, n ce Edw.-.rcl Island, in the late Mrs. Pelersen came west to Winni- peg in ;md resided there milil Ifllii. wlren she came to Sh? married Mr. Alherl Pelersen in Lcth- in and has con- tinned lo livi; IKTC until her passing. .'i ICM her loving has- .survived by one Mrs. Dorothy Mcl- vin, one son, Mr. Mills, five grandchildren; Ml great-grand- children; one .sister, Mrs. Han- nah Hells. Toronto; two broth- ers, Mr. Ruben liirt, Boston, Mass, and Mr. Temple Birt, Berlin. Hampshire. She. was piTtlefen.scd liy one son Karl in Hi'iil. 'I'-.u funeral snr- vice will held al p.m. on Wednesday, 11 ill MAil- iiltOS. MEMORIAL CIIAPKI Kl Sim! N., with Ilev. James chapman officiat- inp. Interim-ill, uill follow in familv plot. Mountain View Cemetery. M DUOS. I.'i Direclurs of Funeral Ser- vice. CCG92 at! faille. Four years later they 77 j moved Magrath when Mr. Ovarri's health failed. Mrs. Ovard raised a lovely garden and liked to sew. She made patchwork quilts for all her grandchildren. In 195-1 they moved to Taber, where Mr. Ovard died in November 1900. Mrs. Ovard stayed there until 1909, when she look up icsi- dence at the Edith Caveli Home. S'nc is survived by one son, Clinton of Whilelaw; seven daughters, Mrs. Andrew 'Stells) Irvine of Lelbbridge, Mrs. Roy (Rayma) Wilmot of Lethbridge, Mrs. Leslie (Fayc) Cook of Magra'Ji, Mrs. Ray (Eleanor) Holman of Tabcr, Mrs. Hugh (Florence) Hughes of Innisfail, Mrs. Loren (La- Verne) Critchficld of Lclh- bridgc and Mrs. Dale (June) Clifton of Tabcr; 29 grandchil- dren and 119 great-grandchil- dren, she was predeceased by one son, George. Funeral ser- vices will be- held Wednesday, August 11, 1971 at p m. in the Stirling LDS Chapel, with Elder Wayne Hartley officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the S'Jrling Cemetery. Friends may meet the family from pm. prior to the service, in the Relief Society room ot the church. Chrislcnson Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors ot Funeral Service. C6695 DEATH III3ATIIKRSMAW Passed away in L'ardston on Sunday, August II, following a lengthy illness. Mr. George Washington llcailie'.-shaw at the age (f ill! years, of Mag- gralh. Funeral arrangements will be announced com- pleted. MARTIN1 BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CG68B CARD OF THANKS JOHNSON' 1 wish to send my sincere thanks to my friends, relatives and family who called to see me anu u ho sent flowers, fruit, gifts and cards. A special thanks lo my doelor and his staff, the staff and nurses r.t St. Michael's Hospital and Mr. C. Simmonds for watering my lawn. It was very deeply appre- ciated. Thank you. Irene Johnson. ONDltUS Mirk A., u[ passed away sudden- ly in Jamaica on Wednesday, August -I, 1971, at the ago of 21 years. Horn in Cole-man on November 21i, JiH'J, he was in- volved, at the time oi his rlealh, in teaching school wilh the Can- adian University Students Over- sens. Survivors include his par- ents, Mr. and Airs. .John Ondnrs of Coleman; three sisters, Moni- ca, Nanaimo, B.C., Marianne and Mai Lee and one brother Michael, all residing in Cole- man, will said in the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Coleman on Tuesday eve- ning at p.m. Requiem itlas's to be said in conjuction with the funeral of the lulc great uncle Joseph Henry Kap- alka, will be offered in the Catholic Church in Coleman on Wednesday, August 11 at a.ni. Interment to follow in flic Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, persons wishing may donnfe lo (he Dr. E Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Crows- nest Pass Hospital, Ulairmore. Fanfin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. CB095A !N MEMORIAMS EDWARDS In loving mem- ory of a clear husband and father. Jack, who passed away August 9, 1970. remembered by Jean and familv 7328 IN MEMORIAM COOK ZSOVAN In lov'tng memory of a clear mudi- CT, Mary Cook, who passed away August s, mother Vera Zsovan, passed away July 12, 1970, brother Gilbert Cook, wlio passed away July 28, 1970. missed and fondly remembered by Betty and Steve Zsovan. 7329 Landslide win in Indonesia JAKARTA (AP) Sckher- Golkar, a government-backed group, scored a landslide vic- tory in lasl month's parliamen- tary election, winning con'jol of la per cent of the contested scats and 73 per cent of the I total seats in the national par- liamcnt, the Indonesian govern- II ICE _ in loving memory nient announced today, of a dear husband and father, About 54.0 million of Indonc- Gary Rice, who passed away 57 million registered voters Aunust K, 1970. j per ballo'.s last The dear one missing from 3 to give President Suhar- nur home, In memory, we e'er recall; Wilh lonely, aching, empty hearts, And tears that never fail lo fall remembered by his wife Maralyn, sons Ken- neth. Ronald and Cary. 7320 CO.VN'OI! In memory of Jim Connor, who passed away August 8. 1970 Peacefully sleeping, resting at Earth's every troubles and trials are past. In silence he suffered, in patience he bore 'Til God called him home to suffer no more -Ever remembered and sad- ly missed by the families. to's New Order government a mandate to continue its develop- ment program. A final tally was delayed be- cause o[ the remoteness of many polling stations. Drink bad water SAO PAULO, Bi'azil (Reutor) Nearly three million people drink contaminated water every day in this sprawling industrial ci'.y of six million, the city health department said Sunday. The department annoimced a new sanitation program to cost about million during the next four years. IMPORTS UP Israel's imports cost billion in 1970, up 20 per cent 73271 over 1969. Denths yeslcrday By THE CANADIAN PKESS Cannes, Pierre Besancon de Wagner, creator of the Maggy Rotiff high fashion house and a knight in the French legion of honor. Newport, R .1 o s c p h W. Frazer, 79, co-founder of the ICaiser-Frazer Corp., president of Willys-Overland Motors and developer of the Jeep, of can- cer. Ilmninon, In d e n r y D. Ilaynes, 51, better known as Homer of the country-and-west cm duct Homer and Jclhro, ap- parently of a heart attack. Daley, 54, 11) a. c k i o 1 d star with Ottawa liniigh Riders in the 1930s and early 1910s, of a stroke, Oust strikers BARRANCA BERMEJA, Co- lombia (RcL'tcr) Troops have evicted striking workers from a major slate-owned oil refinery in tlr- northern town and freed 17 lechnicias held as hostages. The refinery was occupied for i two day." hy strikers demanding I higher pay. 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