Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
femry M, 1M UTHMOOf HIUIO Dirthi, Jjeathi, Of L BIRTH KAIXAV Mr. and George Kdliy (nee Barb a r Grant) an happy to annouoc the birth of their son, David Grant, December 13, 1971 at Uc la Bicbe, Alberta. Grand parents ire Mr. and Mre. Ju- lius Bajl at Calgary, and Mr and Mn. Mark Grant, Wilson 5606 DEATHS HILL Rebecca, passed tuny in Camrose on Monday January 10th, 1972, at the ag of 89 years, beloved mother o Burdett Hill of Taber. Funera arrangements will be amounc ed when completed. CHRIS TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C951 JAYCOCK January 1972 In her 68th year, Mrs. Elk May Jaycock, 2904 1 St. S.E Calgary, widow of the late H. T. (Harry) Jaycoclc who predeceased her in 1952. Sur viving are two daughters, Mrs Lionel (Jean) Young, 261 GranvllJe St. S.W. and Mrs Tom (Frances) McWilliam, Lymwood Drive SJS.i a sot Bill, 13527, 119 St. Edmonton 10 grandchildren. Born in Ed- monton, Mn. Jaycock lived for many yean at Enchant before coming to Calgary in 1942. She was a member of the A.N. and A. F. Ladies Auxiliary, the C.N.I.B., and an Honorary As- sociate member of the War Amps of Canada. Services were held at "Jacques Funera Monday, January 10 1972. 5606A LEDUKE Passed away in Fort Macleod on Saturday January I, 1972, Terry Lyra Leduke, age 16 years, beloved dauber of Mrs. Sylvia Leduke of the Blood Reserve. Tbe fu- neral service will be held in St Paul's Anglican Church, Blood Deserve on Wednesday, Jan uary 12, 1972, a.m., Rev A. McCuaig officiating. Inter- ment in St. Paul's Cemetery Friends may pay their respects In the family on Tuesday eve nmg (tonight) from p.m to p.m. at St. Paul's Church. In lieu of flowers the family request donations to the St. Paul's Memorial Fund in memory of Terry Leduke care of Rev. A. McCuaig. Fu nenl Arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C95U REIMER Passed away in the city on Monday, January ID, 1972, following a lengthy ill- ness Mrs. Maria Reimer. at the age of 74 years of Coaldale. be- loved wife of the late Mr. John Peter Reimer. Born in Russia, the late Mrs. Reimer came to Saskatchewan in 1925 and to (Joaldate in 1937 where she re- sided until her passing. She was predeceased by her hus- band in 1951 and one son John in 1971 and is survived by six daughters, Mrs. H. (Helen) Wiebe, Coaldale, Mrs. A. (Mar- garet) Stickel, Lethbridge, Mrs. E. (Mary) Friesen, Coaldale, Mrs. T. (Hilda) Wiens, Winni- peg, Mrs. G. (Tina) Van Ryu, Surrey, B.C. Mrs. T. (Loretta) KamdnsU, Bardie viUe; s 11 sons, Peter, Regma, George, Vancouver, Rudy, Calgary, WeHon, Cranbrook, Herman, The Pas, Arnold, Kirkland, Washington; 52 grandchildren; two great grandchildren; one brother, Mrs. Cbrney Janz, Sas- katoon; one sister, Mrs. R. (Helen) Hlebert, Matsqui, B.C. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9520 LINNELL -----Passed away al Fort Macleod on Monday, January 10, 1972, Mine Elzena Ijnnell, age 77 years of Foil Macleod, formerly of Granum. Bom in Williamsberg, Brunswick, May 10, 1894. She moved to Vancouver in 1910, where she married Edgar nel] in 1913. They resided at Glentworth, Sask. until 1960, when she moved to Granum and Wer to the Pioneer Lodge in Fort Macleod. She is sur- vived by two daughters, Mrs. L. (Thelma) La Fountain, Claresholm and Mrs. G (L.ila) PhUp of Victoria, B.C.; 11 grandchildren, eight great- grandchildren, one sister and two broUwrs in Montana. The Funeral Service will be held in Trinity United Church, Wed- nesday, January 12 at 3 p.m., Peter Walker officiating min- ister. Interment in Union Cem- etery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Find. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9515 DEATHS CARD Stewart Booth Card ST., paiaed away in Ra mood on Sunday, January 1972, at the age of 84 years, be- loved husband of Mri. Ka Card of Raymond. Funeral vices will be held in the Ra mood 4th Ward Chapel on W.m., in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. Requiem Funeral Mass rail be held In St Peter and St, aul's Greek Catholic Church t a.m. on Wednesday, an. 12, 1972, with Rev. Father Zubach officiating, assisted n Rev. Father Bruce Field. Jilcrment will follow In St. Pat- ck's Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St N. In lieu of flowers, lends may donate to the Al- Heart Fund in care of Sri. M, N. Wray, 1705 15 St. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dlrec- ors of Funeral Service. C9519 DEATHS BURLES Passed awiy tbe city on Monday, Januar 10, 1972, following a lengthy i ness, Mrs. Nancy Elizabet Buries, at the age of 92 yean beloved wife of Mr. Perc Buries of 1807 6th Avenue N. Funeral arrangements vri be announced when MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9S23 HUGHSON Passed ava in the city on Friday, Jar 7, 1972, following a brief 111 ness, Mr. Sylvester Jam Hughson, at the age of 97 yea of Lethbridge, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Hughson. The Funeral Sfervi will be held on Wednesday, p.m. in Martin Bros. ME MORIAL CHAPEL, with Re L. D. Hankinson officiating. In tennent will follow in the fanv ly plot, Mountain View Cem etery. Friends may the respects at Martin Bros. M MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St N. In lieu of flowers, friends may donate to the charity their choice. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C9521 WOLSEY MBon J., Kettle Falls, Washington, pass- ed away in Trail B.C. on Sun day, January 9th, 1972, ing a brief illness, beloved bus band of Mrs. Addle Wotoey. H leaves ID mourn his passing be- sides hU loving wife AdeUe two sons, Jack of Trail B. and Donii of Calgary; his moth- Mrs. Minnie Wolsey Welling; three brothers, Ken nethof St. Albert, Roy of Win- nipeg and John of Wetting; one sister, Mrs. Stan (Sarah Hone of Calgary, and Him grandchildren. He was pred ceased by his father, John Ret ben Wolsey in 1965. Funeral services will b- held in the Christensen Chapel, in Left nidge on Thursday, Januar 13tfa at 2 p.m., with Bishn Arvin Wilde officiating. Inter- ment Till follow in the Magrath 3eroetery. Friends may meet the family and pay thsir re- spects from 1 p.m. until prior to the service. CHRISTENSEN SALMON HOME LTD., Directors of Funera Service. C951 IN MEMORIAMS BITANGO In loving men ory of a dear father and grant father, Matt Bitango, wh >assed away January II, 1971 Alway a lonely heartache Often a silent tear, But always a beautiful mem ory Of we we loved so dear. remembered b Francis, Marie, Barry am David. 556: STANGER In loving mem- ory of our dear brother, Alex ander, who passed away Jan- uary 11, 1967. You were taken without any warning, Your going left hearts fillet with pain, But though you are gone from answering us. In our hearts you will always remain. loved and remember ed by Les, Shirley and family. 5604 NETT In loving memory of our dear father and grand father, Andrew Nett, who pass ed away January 11, 1970. Gone, dear father, gone for ever, How we miss your smiling face, But you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once en joyed How sweet the memory still- But death has left a loneliness The world can never fill. remembered b y Mony and Bill, Esme anc Don, Peggy acd Harvey Doris and Jim and all his grandchildren. 5559 THOMPSON In loving memory ol a dear husband, rther and grandfather, Terry William Thompson, who passed way January 9, 1971. heard a voice softly calling, Take up thy cross and follow me. A tempest o'er my heart was falling. A living cross this was to me. His cross I took, which cross no longer A hundred fold brings life to My heart ti filled with joy o'er flowing, His love and life art light to me. We who loved him ibnw lU our respect. loved and remem- bered by wife and family. 5405 IN MEMORIAM NETT In loving memory of our husband, father and grandfather, Andrew Nett, who passed away January 11, 1970. Still dear to all of us. -Sadly missed by his wife and an the family. 5560 CAMPER INCREASE THUNDER BAY (CP) The Ontario department of lands and forests says provincial parks in the Thunder Bay dis- trict had 13 per cent more campers in 1971 than the pre- vious year. Spectacular solar eruption recorded WASHINGTON (AP) A of long-distance radio communi- solar explosion so violent it might have rocked the earth back on Its heels a bit, had it been aimed in this direction, has been recorded by an optical device for tbe first time. Solar physicists of the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) were elated not only at the dra- matically informative pictures but at the demonstration of a completely new method for ob- serving solar flares. Major explosive outbursts of the sun's atmosphere cause ef- fects on earth such as blackouts cation and even of telephone service, spectacular displays of the Northern Lights and geo- magnetic storms In the earth's natural magnetic lield. And when they have the fan- tastic energy associated with the solar eruptions of Dec. 13 they could, if they hit tbe earth directly in full concentration, slow the earth's rotation, said Dr. Richard Tousey, chief of the NRL rocket spectroscopy branch. "Sudden very small changes in the rotation period of the earth, in the past, could have been caused by the impact of material from the sun or outer Tousey told a news con- ference. The eruption teen in action Dec. 13, and recorded optically for the first time in the history of science, was classified as a major solar flan but not one of UK first order such as (he "very catastrophic" flare ob- served in November, 1960, Tou- sey said. The I960 flare produced a cloud which, by the time it reached the earth, wag 10-mfl- lion miles across and extended half way back from the earth to the sun, he said. 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