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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta farms in the area until retirement. Prayers will DEATHS JUHOS Passed away on Sunday, September 17, 1972, John of Taber, at the nge of 74 years. Born at Nyirmartom- falu. Szaboch Megye, Hung- ary, November 23, 1897. Mr. Juhos came to Taber in 1930 and has worked on various .....______ be said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Mon- day, September 18 (tonight) al p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augus- tine's Roman Catholic Church Taber on Tuesday, September 19 at a.m., with Rev. Father John Lehman celebrant. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUM PHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements DEATHS HANCHUCK Passed away in Calgary on Monday, Septem- ber 1972, Mrs. Eileen Han- chuk at the age of 55 years, beloved wife of Mr. William Hanchuk of 113 19th St. N. Fu- ne'.'al arrangements will be an- nounced when com pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. HANSEN Winnifnd, pass- ed away in Cardslon on Fri- day, September 15, 1972 at tha age of 74 years, beloved wife ot the late Orene Hansen of Card- slon. She leaves to mourn her passing two daughters, Mrs. Elswcrlh (Marie) Workman o f Taber and Mrs. Bryan (June) Smilh of Hillspring and eight grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be held Tuesday, Sep- tember 19, 1972 at 1 p.m. at the Alberta Stake Chapel, with Bishop Donald Shaw officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Cardslon Cemelery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon un- til prior to the service. CHHIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of fu- neral arrangements. C4359 beloved wile cf the late Paul FersSay of Hillcrcst, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass General Hospiial on Saturday, September 16, 1972, at age 79 years. She was born in Lwow Zaliska, Poland on August 15, 1893. She came to Canada i n 1911 to Sifton, Man. and later moved to Fernie and to Hill- crest in 1914, where she has re- sided since. She was prede- ceased by her husband, Paul in 1955, one daughter, Mary in 1945, both in Hillcrest; a broth- er, John, a grandson, John Ozar in Edmonton in 19GS and a granddaughter, Pauline Kud- C4360 WALSHE Passed away suddenly on September 17, 1972, Mrs. B rend a Darlene Wnlslie at the age of 21 years, beloved wife of Mr. Phillip Walshe, of 1230 13 Avenue N. Born in Bellevue, the late Mrs. Walshe was riased and educat- ed in Warner and Lethbridge. Besides her husband she is sur- vived by two sons, Jeremy Wade, Clinton Geofrey; one daughter, Wendy Lou; three brothers, Alan and Garry o Lethbridge, anil Leonard Bird of Warner and one half sister Miss Ina Carr of Golden, B.C Requiem Mass will be celebrat ed on Thursday at a.m. with Hev. Father F. Laverty celebrant. Interment will in the Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemelerj MARTIN BROS. LTD. Dircc tors of the Funeral service. C436 SMITH Passed away in th cily on Friday, September 15 1972, following a brief illnes Mr. Alfred Melvi Smilh at the ag of 77 years, b husband of Mrs. Jea DEATH ZA11ARA Passed away hi the city on Sunday, September 17, 1972, Mrs. Katie Zaiiara at the age of 69 years ot COS 11 St. N., beloved oE the Mr. Bill Zahara. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced Ken completed. MART IN iROS. LTD., Directors or the uneral Sen-ice. a 3ci ATTACK DIPLOMAT PERTH, Australia CAP) About 200 students mobbed the ar of South African Ambassa, or J. D. Mills when he at empled to pay an official visi o the University of Western Australia in Perth, They hurled tones and tomatoes, dented the car's roof and door panels ant chanted "racist pig." FUNERAL LaGP-ANDEUR Funeral erviee for Joseph Albert La- jrandeur, beloved husband ol Irs. Elizabeth LaGrandeur of 'inchcr Creek who died at Cal- gary Monday, Sept. 11, 1972, at he age of 73 years, was held at a.m. Thursday, Sept. 14 .972, in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, P i n c h e r Creek, with Hev. M. Hagel of icialing. Honorary pallbearers were Alfred Benslcr, Ernie Cridtand, Andy DeGroot, Gor don Kinzall, Buck Jack, Wilbur Lang, Elmer McNellis anc Leonard Ringstad. Active pal bearers were Dan, Robin Fred, Walter and Raymon LaGrandeur and Ken Dalman Interment was in the Fafrvlev Cemetery. Eden's Funera Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, D rectors of Funeral Service, wa in charge cf the arrangement FUNERAL DEAN Funeral service for uvclla Dean, Grassy Lake csident who died at Taber Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1972, ot ra age of 56 years, was held 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, 972, in the Assumption Roman atholie Church with Rev. )onald O'Dwycr the cele- Pallbearers were Ron- Id, Joseph and John Dean, r., Joseph and Philip Ell and lenry Young. Interment was in 10 Grassy Lake Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., 'aber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS POWELL We wish lo ex press our sincere thanks to rel atives, friends and neighbor for their kindness and sympa thy shown us at the loss of on dear mother and grnadmother A special thanks to the doctor and nurses and staff at the hospital and nursing home. children and grand- children of Mrs. Margaret IN MEMORIAM DEGENSTEIN In loving lemory of a dear grandfather, 'alentein, who passed away September 18, 1969. They say that time will ease the pain and Iwlp us to forget; But time so far has only shown, how much we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, the things jou used to do, We miss the happy times we had, but mostly we miss you. loved and remember- ed by his wife Frances and son Louis Degenstein and family. 9156 Monday, Stpttmbtr 18, 1972 THE UIHBR1DOE HERAtD 19 Soviet Union supplies arms to Arab guerrilla groups Powell. 9155 Dsaihs yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Sherborne, Geoff rcy Francis Fisher, 85, retired archbishop of Canterbury, of a stroke. Campbell Stuart 87, Canadian-born diplomat win worked as a journalist and heli important posts in the Britis: government. Chorley, 48 CBC radio and television an nouncer, of a heart attack. New York Times Service GENEVA The Soviet Jnion has recently begun to upply weapons directly to the Arab guerrilla organization Al 'atah, sources close to the Al leadership have report- ed. According to Arab informants and Israeli officials interview- d earlier In Lebanon and Is- rael, Al Fatah provides arms as well as money and manpower o the Black September terror- ist group. Moscow's first direct ship- ment of arms to Al Fatah ar- _ved In the Middle East with- n the last few weeks, the in- :ormanls said, but there has seen no official confirmation from the commando movemenl or the Soviet government. Whether the weapons came he fore or after the Black Septem ber attack on the Israli Olym pic team, in which Soviet arms were used, was not clear. SECRET PLEDGE The informants reported tha a secret Soviet pledge to sen arms directly to Al Fatah wa given when the group's leader Yasir Arafat, visited Moscow n July at the head ot a del- ation representing several irab commando groups. Soviet fficials were reported to have old Arafat Ihen to abandon the use of terror, but now Palestin- an militants voice the hope hat Moscow will pursue a 'two-liered" policy permitting landesfine support for at east some terrorist acts. As far as is known, the Sov- et Union has never before sent irms directly to the Arab guer- rillas, or Fedayeen, although na began doing so even be- fore the Arab-Israeli war of 1667. TOGETHERNESS WINS WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor John Tunney and his wife of 13 years have been reconcil- ed. The office of the California Democrat said that Mrs. Tun- ney, 35, has returned to the family home here with their three children. Mrs. Tunney had sued for divorce in May, citing i r r e concilable differ- ences. luna in Bellevue in 1911. Sur- vivors include two sons, John o( Blairmore, William cf Vancou- ver; two daughters, Mrs. Anne Kropinak of Blairmore, Mrs. Pauline Grigel of Bellevue; one brother, Nick of Calgary; ton grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Prayers will be said in St. Cyril's Catholic Church in Bellevue, Monday evening (tonight) at p.m. Requiem Mass will be cel- ebrated in St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bellevue on Tuesday, loved Smith of 914 12th St. S. Born i Norwich, England in 1805, th late Mr. Smith came to Pincher Creek in 1909. He served over- seas with tha Canadian Army in the First World War. He moved to reside in Spring Cou- lee in 1921 and retired to Leth- bridge in 1966. He was a mem- ber of the Canadian Legion. Be- sides lus loving wife he is sur- vived by three sons, Mr. George E. Smith with the RCAF in Ot- tawa, James R. Smith, Ottawa, M. Douglas Smith, Spring Cou- lee; three daughters, Mrs. G. (Evelyn) Pinsky, Calgary, Mrs. J. (Jean) Braden, Rocky Moun- tain House, Mrs. Marg Bengry of Lethbridge and 10 grandchil- dren. The luneral service will he held on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment xvill fol- low in the Field of Honor, Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building or lo the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C4364 BOYLE Passed away in the city on Saturday, Septem- ber 16, 1972, following a very September 19 at a.m. In- terment will follow in the fam- ily plot, Hillcresk Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C4358 HANDLEY Passed away In the city on Saturday, Sep- tember 10, 1972, Mrs. Alice Annie Handley at the age of 51 years, beloved wife of Mr. Lloyd Donald Handley of Coal- dale, formerly cf Cranbrook. Born in Diamond City, the late Mrs. Handley was raised and educated at Iron Springs and was married there lo Mr. Lloyd Handley in 1941, and in 1959 they moved to Lethbridge to re- side until 1963. At this time they moved to Magrath and lived there until 1969, at which lime they moved to Cranbrook. At the time of her passing, she was in the process of moving to Coaidale wilh her family She was a member of the In- dependent Order of Foresters Cranbrook and she was always very active and loved lo par ticipate in all community af fairs. She was past Provincia Supervisor for Iron Women's Institute Girl's Club Besides her loving husband she is survived by one son, Rich ai-cl A. Handley of Cranbrook one daughter, Mrs. E. (Bcv erley) Hcdley of Pcachland B.C.; six grandchildren; thre sisters, Mrs. Wm. (Doris) Dalg liesh, of Picture Butle, Mrs. C (May) Noble of Iron Springs Mrs. J. (Belly) Coffey of Lcth bridge and she was prede ceased by one brother, Mr. Ed ward Wyman. The funeral ser vice will be held on Tuesday a 3 p.m. in Southminster Unite Church, w i t h Rev. Alber Baldco officialing. Tntermen will follow in Mountain Vie' Cemetery. Those who wish ma donate to the Canadian Cance Society, Cranbrook, B.C. or t the charity of their choice Friends may pay their respec at MARTIN BROS. TRAD TIONAL CHAPEL, 3rd Av nue S.; phone MAR TIN BROS. Directors Funeral Service. C43C brief illness, Mr. William Rob- ert Boyle at the age of 100 years, of the Devon Nursing Home. Born in Renfrew County, ntario, August 26, 1872, the ite Mr. Boyle, as a young man j worked as a drayman, farm- and lumberjack then he left le East to help bring bolter ving conditions to Saskatch- wan. He took an active part in ie laying out of the Village of 'eudorf. He was also active in s administration and (he uilding of schools and church- s there. He was employed in a ardware store there and was a help to the early settlers as he knew the workings of tho armers macliinery and spent many hours helping them. He named Elizabeth Wendel, De- ember 18, 1906 and she predc- :eased him in 1943. He mar- led Margaret Folk on June 7, 960 and she was accidentally killed in Rcgina. In I960 he left Veudorf to live with the Gil- espies. The last few years no spent in the Devon Nursing lome until lie was admitted lo St. Michael's Hospital, where he away. On August 26 of his year, he celebrated 100th birthday with his many friends. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. M. (Eleanor) Herrioll, Toronto, Miss Kath- erine and Miss Alice Boyle and Mrs. A. C. (Teen) Gillespie all of Lethbridge; ono grandson, Mr. Bill Gillespie of Montreal; two sisters, Mrs. J. (Kitty) Hood, Saskatoon and Miss Hen- rietta Boyle, North Bay, Ont. With his second marriage he gained five lovely step-children, Viola Haverstock, ol Regina, Amelia Haines of South Da- kota, Jake Larson of Louisiana, Bernie Larson of Minneapolis, Laurie George of Victoria and numerous grandchildren. Tho funeral service will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. in Christ Lutheran Church in Ncudprf, Sask., with Rev. Propp officiat- ing. Interment will follow in tho Ncudorf Cemetery, Saskatch- ewan, MARTIN BROS. LTD., in charge of forwarding arrange- ments. 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