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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihurlday, Oclob.r 12, 1972 TH( LETHBRIDGI A ID 29 DEATH DEATHS ROSS1TER Passed awsy in the city on Thursday, Octo-1 bcr 12, 1972, Mr. Frederick Ros- siter, at the age of 92 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Gertrude Hosslter of tlw Edith Cavell Nursing Home. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced wbencomple'ted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C4843 POTV1N (McLEAN) In Victoria on Monday, October 2, 1972 Mrs. Clara Mary Potvin, of No. 103, 777 Cook St., Vic- toria, B.C. Mrs. Potvin was born in Three Rivers, Quebec. She lived in Lethbridge approximately 30 years prior to retiring to Victoria in 1952. Al one time Mrs. Clara (McLean) Potvin did all the catering for the YMCA here. She arranged luncheons for most of the city service clubs and catered for large weddings and civic ban- quets. For 2S years it coulc truthfully be said that some ol the city's happiest people pass ed through the portals of her dining room at 1104 6th Ave, S She is survived by her lovinp husband, Wilfred, at the res idence; three daughters. Mrs Madeline Coppinger, Sidney Mrs. Blanche Collins, Leth bridge, Mrs. Bernice Glover Vancouver; three step daugh ters, Mrs. Estelle Crowdcr Malakawa, Mrs. Alice Crispell Wesllock, AHa., Mrs. Mari< Chapman, Turin, Alta.; tw step-sons, Phillip Potvin am Alex Potvin, both of Edmonton three sisters, Mrs. Fred Smith, Vancouver, Mrs. Alic Plante, Burnaby, Mrs. Lind Thornicroft, Victoria, and grandchildren and great-grand children. 296 DEATH DEATHS GEMMEL Passed away in the city on Thursday, October 12, 1972, Mr. Frank Gemmel al the age of 59 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Kathleen Gem- mel, of 2302 nth Avenue South Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed iIARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc ors of Funeral Service. C4845 1XHVEN Passed away sud- enly at the residence on Thurs- ay, October 12, 1972, Jacob J. xiwen age 76 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dina Lowen, of 216 20th Avenue Coaldale. Fu- neral arrangements will be announced when completed. ilARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- ors of Funeral Service. C4844 ZORATTI Passed away in Leuibridge on Tuesday, October 10, 1972, following a briet ill- ness, Mr. Peter Joseph Zoratti at the age of 88 years, beloved lusband of Mrs. Theresa Zorat- ti, of 1212 4th Avenue Soutli. Prayers will be said on Thurs- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South. Mass wil be celebrated on Friday, Octo- ber 13 at a.m. in St. Pat rick's Catholic Church, will Rev. Father M. H. Gillis OMI celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funera Service. C484 Passed way a I Pentieton on Satur- day, October 7. 1972, Cornelius Tony) of Nanaimo and form- erly of Taber, al age of 42 vears. Dorn at Scanzenfcld, Saskatchewan, October 1, 1930, came to Taber in worked 'or the Municipal District of Taber, moving to Nanaimo In 1966. Mr. Gieshrecht worked on road construction until the timo of his passing. He was presi- dent of Nanaimo Flying Club Survivors are two sons, Duane and Donald of Nanaimo, B.C. parents, Mr. Mrs. Pete Gies brecht of Fort Macleod, tw< sisters, Miss Norma Gicsbrech of Los Angeles, California Mrs. Barbara Cannady, Taber one brother, Frank, Nanaimo I B.C. GIESBHECHT Passed away at Pentieton on Saturday, October 7, 1972, Eleanor, of Nanaimo, formerly of Taber, at the age of 40 years. Bocn at Drumheller, January 1st, 1932. She married al Taber October 30, 1950, where she resided un- til 1966, when she moved lo Nanaimo. At the time o( her passing Mrs. Gieshrecht was employed with the Nanaimo Free Press. Sirvivors include two sons, Duane and Donald, Nanaimo, B.C.; her mother, Mrs. Bertha Needham, Big Valley; eight brothers, Edward and Ralph of Calgary; James, Lamont, Calvin, Claresholm, Clarence, Rocky Mount a i n House, Gordon, Kami oops, Roy, Big Valley, Lloyd, Cali- fornia; five sisters, Mrs. Pearl McAlislcr, Big Valley, Mrs. Ina Moore, Grande Prairie, Mrs. Irene DeWitl, Airdrie, Mrs. Margaret Schofer, Eckville, Mrs. Francis Parry, Cali- fornia. GIESBHECHT P asset away at Pcntictom on Saturday October 7, 1972, Frederick a the age of 17 years. Born a Taber, June 1, 1955, Frederic attended Taber schools befor moving to Nanaimo with hi parents in 1966. At the time o lis passing he was a student a Nanaimo, B.C. Survivors ar wo brothers, Duane and Don aid, Nanaimo; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Pete Giesbrecl of Fort Macleod, Mrs. Berth Needham, Big Valley. Funera services will be conducte 'rom Knox United Churc Taber on Saturday, October at 2 p.m., Rev. Kenneth Morn officiating. Interment will fo low in Taber Memorial Ga dens, Taber. HUMPHRIF FUNERAL HOME LTD., D reeto-s of funeral arrang ments. C48 Obit new sputnik MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet nion launched Wednesday the 4th unmanned earth satellite its secret Cosmos scries, ass news agency said. Satel- cs in the Cosmos series ore sed to test varieties of ma- lines from hunter-killer satel- tes to scientific equipment. DEATHS YESTERDAY By Tllli CANADIAN I'KESS 1'orl Washington, Henry Varnum Poor, 58, one- time diplomat and former asso- ciate dean of the Yale Univer- sity Law School. New J. Broad, 79, a former president of the American Institute of Accoun-1 tanls. New York Tom Mastersb'i, 60, a foreign correspondent and administrative executive of The Associated Press whose assign- ments ranged over five conti- nents. John Howard McKichan, 81, one of Canada's three representatives on the In- ternational Commission for Northwest Atlantic Fisheries and a member o( the fisheries loan board. 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