Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 27

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 50

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Augvtt 10, THl LFTHBRIDOE HBUklt) _ (7 DEATHS W Y S O S K Y Koslanline, passed away in Raymond on Sunday, August 27th, 1972, at llic age of C7 years, beloved hushaml of Mrs. Ann Wysosky of Raymond. Mr. Wysosky was born in (he Ukraine on May 3Mh, 1905, and came to Can- ada settling in Vegrovlllcln, 1928. He homcsteailed in the McRao district in 1937, where Itey lived lor 25 years, moving to Raymond in 1001, where ho worked lor the Canadian Sug- ar Factories until he retired and continued to live there un- til his passing, lie leaves to mourn his passing, besides his loving wife, three daughters, Kathleen of Raymond, Mrs. David (Shirley) Rayko Wat son Lake, Yukon, and Mrs. Tom (Gloria) Pratt of Cal gary; one son, Jolm Lawrence, also of Watson Lake, Yukon; three grandchildren; threo brothers, Mike, Bill and Alex, all in the Ukraine as well as two sisters, Ann and Katie, also in the Ukraine. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Ray- mond United Church on Thurs- day, August 31st at 2 p.m. am Interment will follow In the Temple Hill Cemetery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu nnral Service. C5072 KEARL Rose Marie, pass- ed away In Cardston on Mon- day, August 2fflh, 1972 at the age of 81 years, beloved wile of the late George Kearl of Card- slon. Mrs. Kcarl was horn In Butte, Montana, October 4th, 18K7 and leaves to mourn her passing, live daughters, Mrs. John (Arminto) Hamilton of Cardston, Mrs. Richard (Ade- line) Pratt of Provo, Ulah, Mrs. Roger (Merlin) Peters of Cashmere, Wash., Miss Norccn Kearl of Cardslon and Mrs. Orest (June) Manclmk of Den- ver, Colo.; four sons, Law- rence and Russell of Cardston, Harold of Calgary and Edward of Provo. Utah; 30 grandchil- dren and 38 great-grandchil- dren. She was predeceased by two sons, Truman in infancy and Kldon who was kilted in action ovcrso? in the Sec- ond World War. Funeral services arc set for Thursday, August 31st at 2 p.m. in lha Cardston Fourth Ward (South Hill with liishqp W. .John Hollingsworth officiating. Interment will follow in tho family plot in the Cardston Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOMF LTD., Directors of Fun era Service. C3973 DEATHS IMOLNAIl Passed away in he cily on Tuesday, August 20, 1872, Mr. George Molnar, at the :ige if 61 yea rs of S.S. No. IB lollag Sub Division. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BIIOS. LTD., Direc- .or.i of Funeral Service. C3977 MACIIACEK Passed away suddenly in Calgary on August 29, 1972, Linda Ann, at the age of 10 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macha- cek of Barons. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3975 JANK Jacob B., passed away in Coaldalc on Wednes- day, August 30, 1972, at the age of 88 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Agnes Janz of C o a 1 d a 1 e. Funeral arrange- ments will IMJ announced when completed. C H It I S T E N SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in Charge of Arrange- ments. C3970 LOIIUIS Passed away in the city on Monday, August 28. 1372, following an illness of sev- ral months, Mr. John Gerril olmis of Ihe age of 51 years elovedi husband of Mrs. Din ohuis of 2301 23rd Avenue S orn in Holland, the late Mi xihuLs came to Prince Albert askatchcwan in 1952 and t ledldnc Hat in 1957. Ho then moved to Lcthbridge in 1961 nd lias resided here until hi jassing. Besides his loving wife 0 is survived by liis mother Irs. Leitfa Lohuis in Holland nc son, Garry and one daugh er, Ineke, both at home; twc istcrs, Miss Hannc 1.ohuis ar.t Irs. D. (Rieka) Broeze, am ne brother, Gerrit Lohuis, al 1 Holland. The funeral servic rill be held on Thursday at '.m. in McKillop U n i t e i Church, will: Roy. Blake An e r s o n officiating. Intermcn vill follow in Mountain Viei Cemetery. MARTIN B R 0 f LTD., Directors of Funeral Sei C397 CARD OF THANKS COMAI I wish to express my sincere I hank you to all he nurses and nurses aides of Michael's Hospital Second ilain Floor, and to those who ent flowers and cards and 'isited me during my stay in hospital, Also a heartfelt thank ou to my doctors, and Rev. Bather Field. DEATH away i Sunday, August 27, 1972, ohn (Jock) Robertson, aged 82 jars, beloved husband of Mrs. race Robertson of Pine her reek. Tins funeral will be held the Pineher Creek United hurch on Thursday at 2 p.m., cv. R. Putman officiating, ntermcnt in Fairvicw Ceme- ery. Funeral arrangements by HOME C3968 DEN'S FUNERAL TD., Pi.icher Creek. Industrial chemical PCB proves hazard to animals By I1RIAN SULLIVAN NEW YORK (AP) The In- chemical PCB has pro- duced death of embryos and birth defects In laboratory ani- mal experiments, a United States government biologist re- ported today. Dr. Hclene Cecil of the U.S. agriculture department said tliat 70 per cent of white leg- horn chickens fed moderate levels of PCBs produced em- bi-yos that failed to hatch. And of the chick embryos that failed lo batch, 34 per cent had defects, Dr. Cecil lold the 164lh national meeting of the American Chemical Society. Dr. Cecil described the re- search a.s one of only a few controlled studies of the effects of PCBs. Her report followed one on Tuesday of the dis- of he chemical in hu- man tissue. PCB, while not a peslicide, Is chemically similar to DDT. It has found its way into the envi- ronment, into marine and ani- mal life, and it has been de- -Joe Comai. 8143 IN MEMORIAMS MAGNUSSEN In loving memory of a dear husband, vfagnus Magnusscn, who pass- ed away August 30, 1969. always and sadly missel by his loving wife, Theresa and family. 8072 ecled In some drinking water n New York state, and In Ar- ctic polar bears. Scientists at Ihe chemical society meeting said PCB lias Ken put lo such uses as a liq- uid for transformers, as a lubr- cant, as a paint additive, in fluid, in carbonless carbon paper and probably in other areas not widely known. The chemical is highly resist- ant to heat. FEABS OTHEH DANGERS "The recent contamination of poultry in 12 states is just one example of the hazards I'CB can Dr. Cecil said, "many potential problems arer still unrealized and not appre- ciated at this time because of the relatively small amount o! research on PCBs in the past." In the study at the Agricul- tural Research Service in Belts- ville, Md., chickens were given feed containing 20 parts per million PCB. Human tissue studies have revealed one to two parts per million In some samples and a high of 16 parts in one sample. won't halt testing nuclear weapons "Sharp Britain withholds loan to Uganda By KEVIN DOYLE DALEY In loving mem- ory of Austin Daley, who pass- ed away August 27, 1971. The years arc swiftly passing, But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you, Your memory lingers yet. remembered by Lill, Emil, Margaret and family. 8120 HOLSTEAD In memory of our dear husband and father, Mr. Thomas Holstead, who passed from our midst August 30, 1970. Those whom we love go out of sight, But never out of mind. They arc cherished in the hearts Of those they leave behind. Britain another under Uganda's (CP) knocked AUA.MS Thomas Willis passed away in the city on Mon- day, August 28, 1072, at the ago of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Maude Adams of Ray monrl. Mr. Adams al Cedar City, Utah on June 10 1B90 and camo lo Canada bus parents in 1004 and at Stirling. A short time later he moved to Tyroll's Lake wit) his parents and helped with thi farming until 1914 when he re turned to Cedar City, Ulah. In J915 be married Feni William and in 1017 Ihey came back tc Canada end took up farming past of Now Dayton. His firs wife. Fern, passed away in 1930 In 1944 he married Maude Cor less Lafferty and he remainei on the farm until his retiremcn in when ho moved int Itaymond. Besides Ms lovin wife, Maude, he is survived b two sons, Garth of Cranhrook anil Milton of Bellevue; fiv daughters, Mrs. Bob (Norma Newman of Coleman, Mr.1 Jack (Vcrlyn) Hutcbinson Warner, Mrs. Norman (Hazel Paulscn of Warner, Mrs. (Idonna) Christcnscn of Hctl Peer, and Mrs. George (Lois) I.astuka of I-cthbridge; eight stepchildren; Ixmvina. and Frciln Lafferly of Salt Uike City, Ulah, Margaret Schniers of (juecnsville, N.Y., Jean inson of Fort Macleod, Bob Laf- ferly of Big Horn, Wyoming, Bill Larrcrty of Woodstock, III. Harry of Ashcroil, B.C. and Max of Dawson Creek, B.C.; 31 grandchildren and great-grandchildren; two broth- ers, of Raymond and of Edmoi.ton, and two sisters, Mrs. Beth Erlckson and Mrs. Evcson, both of brulge. He was also prede- ceased by one daughter, Bar- bara. Funeral services be hold on Friday, ScplcmtHir I, at in Ihe Taylor Slake Chapel, with Ilishop James Bridge officiating. Inter- ment will fr.llow m the family plot in the SlirlinR Cemetery. Fricnils may :nect Ihe family and pay Iheir respects at the Chrislensen Chapel on Tlmrs- dny, August [II from n until 0 p.m. CHKISTKNSEN SALMON niNKItAL HOME LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service C3971 CHO.MA Reno Minnie ;Stotz) of Coleman, passed away in Calgary, Tuesday, August 29, 1972, Dl the age of iO years. She was born in Craig- myle, December G, 1931 and re- sided in East Coulee and Can- nore. She came to Coleman in 1965 tmd lias resided there ;ince. She married Stove 3homa in Drumheller in 1952. She was predeceased by her mother Alvina in 1957 at Bye- moor, Alberta. Survivors in- clude her husband Steve; one daughter, Cheryl; two sons, Robert and Rodney all of Cole- man; her father Christ of Cal- gary; four brothers, Leonard of Calgary, Irwiti of Hanna, Ed- ward of Gadsby, Richard of [lilcy; four sisters, Mrs. M. (Leon a) Wattcnburger of Dnimhcllcr, Mrs. G. (Vilma) Lallose, Edmonton, Mrs. E. Ruby ijRose of Edmonton and Dorecr, Stotz of Red Deer. Fu- neral services will held in Fantin Colcman Satur- tlay, 2 at 11 a.m., with Rev. Bob Smith officiat- ing. Interment will follow Coleman Union Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C3969 DOWNS Passed away sud dcnly in the city on Monday August 2H, 1972, Mr. Jolm Hen- ry (Jack) Downs, at tho age ol 71 years, lieloved husband of Mrs. Gwen Downs of 232 St. S. Born in Idaho Falls, (he late Mr. Downs came lo South em Alberta at an early age anc has lived here all of his life. Ik retired in 19GG after having served for over 40 years witi Ihe Canadian Dcpt. of Agricul ;ure, andi was very well known for his active participation in Ihe Ixjthbridgo Horticultural So- ciety and many olhcr local, pro- vincial and national lions. Besides his loving wife is survived by two daughters Mrs. H. K. (Barbara) Walker o Mrs. D. J. H. (Pat ricia) Higgins, Ottawa; tw grandsons; one great-grand daughter; one sister, Mrs. Be- atrice Barton, Calgary; foil brothers, Messrs. Edwan Downs, Corhranr, Voyle Down of 1-elhbrid.gc, Bert Downs o Winnipeg and Ken Downs o Calgary. The funeral servic will Ix: hold on Friday at 3 p.m in Martin Bros. MEMORIA CIIAPF.L, 703 13th SI. N., will Hov. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott ani Rev. A. T. King officiating. In lerment will follow in the Moun tain View Cemetery. Friend may pay their rscpccts at Mar lin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAT EL, 703 13lh SI. N., phone 328 2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD., D rectors of Funcrm Service. C397 Loving and kind in all his ways Upright and just in all his days, Sincere and true In heart and mind Beautiful memories he left behind. remembered by Mrs. M. Holstead and family. 8073 IIAitlLING In loving mem- ry of a dear mother and grand- Agnes Janet, who pass- 1 away Aug. 30, Tho face we loved is missing, the voice we loved is stilled, A place is vacant in our hearts, thai never con be filled. Such pain she bore so patiently, for quite a weary while, She kept her sweelness to the end, with a brave and loving smile And when God took her to Himself, and hushed her heart to sleep, So peaceful was her sweet face, it seemed B shame to weep. Take care of her an she takes her resl, Because on earth she was one of the best. --Ever remembreed by Bob, Helen and family. C3950 LONDON may have prop from shaky economy with a decision lo withhold a proposed mil- lion loan, officials here believe. Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home said Tuesday the loan, wliich Britain agreed to in principle last year, no longer is under consideration. Foreign office sources said the money has been frozen be- cause of Uganda President Idi Amin's decision to deport more than Asian holfers of British passports from his country. An official in the Overseas Development Administration said the million would have been used primarily for con- struction of a large number of nev; cotton gins. Uganda has depended heavily in recent years on income from cotton tocporis to bolster dwindling foreign reserves. Britain has supplied about million a year in aid to Uganda since the micVlDGOs. Tiua aid has not been affected so far by tlio government's de- cision, although it, too, may be suspended unless Amin agrees to moderate) his policies, Uganda is in a perilous eco- nomic position. The country's current overseas accounl swung into a deficit last year ol nearly million from a sur- plus of more than million in 1970. This drained over-all re- serves by million. Suspension of all Britain's an nual aid to Uganda would hav a crippling effect on the econ omy since most of it is used ir providing technical assistance such as training Uganda stu dents for key jobs in thei own country. Since many of the Asians wing expelled held obs in commerce and industry his type of training now be- comes more Important. In Uganda Tuesday, Ami moved to prevent Asians air freighting too many hlgh-valu goods cut of the country an announced that the governmen plans to buy up Asian-owner enterprises and sell them to A ricans. Amin has also suggestec :hat Kenya, Uganda and Tan ?.ania unite to liberate Rhodes from the white-minority regim of Prime Minister Ian Smith. Money pours in for lor man fined swearing BELFAST (Kcuter) British soldier fined army nuthorilies for swearing nl a youth in Belfast has re- ceived several Ihousand dollars In public dona'ions. An officer of the unit in which Ihe soldier is serving said Monday night the public was misled in expressing sym- pathy for his cause. Lieut. Donald Ross of tho 1st flallalion, Argyll ami Sirtlicr- land Highlanders said in n statement Uw disciplinary measure was justified because (he youth in no way provoked Hie soldier. "It is very important that the army be seen as a disciplined and impartial said. Ross He said the public was misled In thinking the soldier was pro- voked Inlo swearing at the youlh after a soldier had been killed by n sniper. Following the fining, dona- lions poured in lo the soldier, mainly from workers in Iho shipyards Pattern 7078 J3attern OTTAWA