Item 2008.024.c227 - Rypalowski, Albina

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Rypalowski, Albina

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CA BMUFA 0021-P-R-2008.024.c227

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  • 24 Nov. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Nee - Hryhoriak; born on May 8, 1920 in Timmins; her mother came in 1910, father came in 1909 from Bukovyna; Orthodox; went to the public school; Ukrainian Hall; Ukrainian school; members of the Hall: Rushyns’kyi (??), Bulgera (??), Stydomyi (??), Tomiuk, Smuk, Blahyi (??); Labor Temple - parades when others were throwing eggs and dirt at them; Orthodox priests in Timmins - Fr. Zaproniuk (??), Oliynyk (??); Fr. Borys (??); Sikors’kyi (??), talks about Ukraine; Kosar’s visits; Hutai (??); Prosvita became a UNF branch in 194(?); Babins’kyi (??); Slotskyi (??); Vorkevych (??); Hulis (??); Masnyk (??); Zaporozhnyi (??); Olga Baserbova (??); Saturday night parties; Ridna shkola teachers - Seretiuk (??), Hladysh (??), Albina was also a teacher there; discrimination against Ukrainians; UNO; MUN; WWII, goldwatch for Hitler; pro-German sentiments; Myndiuk (??); Ternovyi (??); Danyliuk (??); Albina was a President of the MUN branch for 12 years; Pavlo Yuzyk; Stodol’nyi (??) - President of UNO; Richuk (??) - President of OUK; Pashchyn - President of UNO; WWII - Ukrainians joining Canadian Army, Panchuk; sending parcels to soldiers; Legion; Stodol’nyi was a member of the Legion; Kostets’kyi.

Part 2: Albina organized entertainment at UNO; no Orthodox church at Timmins; Rossokha (??); her family sheltered coming priests and Sisters; DPs; Orthodox church was built in 1954-56; Fr. Horoshko; Albina adopted a Chinese boy; religious education at Ukrainian schools; Mrs. Mykhalchyshyn (??); Ukrainians started moving out of Timmins in late 1960s; selling the Hall in the late 1970s; Timmins Ukrainian museum; Communists; organizing a Ukrainian Committee in Timmins; her husband is Ivan Rypalowski; Albina introduced Easter Egg decoration for every nation in Timmins; Albina worked at the Ukrainian radio station.

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