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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta >y bonus bill delay hits family pocketbooks DEATHS 11KID Passed away in the citv on Tuesday, April 25, 1072, Mrs. Elsie W. Hciil at the age of 57 years, beloved wife of Mr. Ernest C. Reid of Warner, funeral services will he held on Friday, at 2 p.m. iu Warner Memorial Evangelical Church, wilh Rev. D. E. Sipes officiating. Interment will follow i u family plot Warner Cemetery. MARTIN IlltOS. LTD., Direc-lors of the Funeral Service niPLGY Suddenly in Vic-oria B.C. on March 13, 1972, o Edilh Murial Ripley (nee Hen- a son) of 33G Simcoc St., Victor- i a. Born in Winnipeg, Man., 2 v.ife of the late Lieut. Col. Blais Ripley, C.D.E. D.S.O. She s survived by nieces ami n.c-Dhcws. Private funeral services were held in Victoria on Wednesday, March followed by cremation. 758 OF THANKS 1UELDGAARI1 Harvey, Dennis, Jerry and families Denies, Jerry and families would like lo extend tluir sincere lhar.k you (o all of their many friends, neighbors r.nd relatives for the lood, flowers, cards and kind thoughts extended to them during the recent loss of Ih2ir dear wife, molher nana. A special thank you lo Uie doctors and mrscs ol SI. Michael's Hospilal for Ihair fine efforts while s ic was a patient there. O'CONM'.I.L 1 wish lo extend my sincere thanks lo my oc or, nurses and staff for the wonderful care and attention 1 received during my recent slay in St. Michael's Hospilal. Also a special you" lo friends TVO Passed away at Taber on Sunday, April 23, 1972, James, ,nl Hie age of 48 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hose Tyo of Taber. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox United Church in Taber on Saturday, April 29 at p.m., with Hev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Gar d e n. HUMPHRIBS FU-NEHAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C15H STEPHANEK Jolm, passed away in the cily after a lengthy illness on Sunday. April 23, al Ihe age of 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sleplianek of Czechoslovakia. Funeral services will be field in Ihc L-cthbridge Auxiliary Hospital Chapel on Thursday. April 271K. at 2 p.m., with. Father Bruce Field officiating, Interment will follcv.' in the Mount Ca vary Section of the Moun tain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Auxiliary Hospilal Chapel on Wednesday evening (tonight) at p.m. CI1KIST-EN'SEK' SALMON FUNEHAL HOME LTD., I'.rc Directors of Funeral Service. C1MS PU11L Passed away in the city on Monday, April 24, 1972, following a brief illness, Mrs. Terezia Puhl al the age of 84 years, beloved wife of Mr. Kal-man Puhl of 542 12 St. N. Born In Hungary (tie lale Mrs. Puhl came to Melville Saskatchewan in 1903. She married Mr. Kal-nian Puhl in Saskatchewan, January 27, 1908 and they moved to Lelhbridge in 1057. Mr. and Mrs. Puhl celebrated their 64lh Wedding Anniversary this year. Resides her loving husband she is survived by one daughter, Miss Allies Lcthbridge; six sons, Ferdinand and Joseph, bolh of Mission City, B.C., George, Richmond, B.C. Albert, Melville, Sask., Charles, Vane o u v er, B.C., William, Saskatoon, 11) grandchildren, four great grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. .lulia Keith, Toronto, Mrs. Mary Spencer, Toronto, Mrs. Elizabeth Sovak, New Westminster; Ihree brothers, Steve Yanko and Anlhony Yanko, bolh of Melville, Sask. and Paul Yanko of Ahbolsford, B.C. Ilcquiem Mass will he celebrated on Friday at a.m. in SI. Basils Catholic Church, with PI c v. Father Bruce Field celebrant Interment will follow in Ihe family plot, Mount Calvary .section, Mountain View Cemetery Friends may pay tlieir respects at Martin Pros. MEMORIAL 703 13 Si. N'.. phone 328-2.151. MARTIN' TIROS. LTD., Direclors of Funeral and cards. All so much J. P. O'Conncll. 750 TIIULL We wish to sincerely thank aU who sent cards of sympathy and flowers; for Ihe many contributions, the offers of help and for donations made to the Heart Fund; for :he lovely lurch End for the many kindnesses shown to us curing our recent bereavement. A special thanks (o the organis pallbearers and to liev. Graham Dickie for ths lovely service. A very special thanks also lo our doctor who came to Ihe home and to Myron Verberg for all his help. Richard and Andrew Tlnill, Shirley and family. 745-27 The lamily ol the late Mrs. Laura Nelson Ilirsc ie wish Lo extend heartfelt thanks and appreciation lo Ihe doclors, nurses a-m staff of Ihe Raymond Hospital lor Ihe care and kindness extend cd to her during her hospitali-lation. Special thanks lo the neighbors, frir-nds and relatives for all their kindness, lovely flowers, cards, expressions of sympathy; to tha- Jsdies of the Relief Society who served the lunch, and to til those who helped in any way during rar recent bereavement. Thank? also lo Bishop Dwayne Hall ant Cliristensen Salmon Funera Home for their help and kindness. Hirsche ami family. 757 Ruffle up compliments in a lacy, see-thru shell. PnckaMe, perfect with long skirts, pants, shorts. Crochet ruffled shell of string, 3-ply lingering yarn or rayon Pattern 7.170: sizes 32 3-1; M-38 included. SKVRXTY FIVE CF..VTS (coins) (or each pattern (no bUunps, please) add 25 cents for each pattern for firsl-clnss mailing and spccir.l handling lo THE LETHIIRIDGIi HERALD Readers Mail Limiled 6n Front Street Wesl Toronto 1, Crack auro ring LAUSANNE