Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
aby bonus bill delay hits family pocketbooks DEATHS KEID Passed away in the city on Tuesday, April 25, 1072, Mrs, Elsie W. Keid at the age of 57 years, beloved wife of Mr. Ernest C. Reid of Warner, funeral services will be held on Friday, at 2 p.m. in Warner Memorial Evangelical Church, with Rev. D. E. Sipes officiat- ing. Interment will follow i u family plot Warner Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C15-15 TYO Passed away at Taber on Sunday, April 23, 1972, James, at liie age of 48 years, beloved Imsband of Mrs. Rose Tyo of Tuber. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox United Church in Taber on Saturday, April 20 nl p.m., with Rev, Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment fol- low in the Taber Memorial Gar d e n. HUMPHRIES FU- NEKAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C1543 STEPHANEK John, pass- ed away in the city after a Jengthy iiJness on Sunday, April 23, 1972, at tha age of 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Maxib Stephanek of Czechoslo- vakia, Funeral services will be held in the Lethbridge Auxil- iary Hospital Chapel on Thurs- day. April 27tlu at 2 p.m., with Father Bruce Field officiating, Interment will follcu' in t he Mount Calvary Section of the Monn tain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in tho Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital Chapel on Wednesday evening (tonight) at p.m CHKIST- ENSEN1 SALMON FUNERAL HOME are Directors of Funeral Service. C15-36 PUIIL Passed away hi the city on Monday, April 24, 1972, following a brief illness, Mrs. Terezia Puhl at the age of 84 years, beloved wife of Mr. Kal- man Puhl of 542 12 St. N. Born in Hungary the late Mrs. Puhl came to Melville Saskatchewan in 1903. She married Mr. Kal- man Puhl in Saskatchewan, January 27, 1908 and they mov- ed to Lethbridge in 1957. Mr, and Mrs. Pulil celebrated their 64th Wedding Anniversary this year. Resides her loving hus- band she is survived by one daughter, Miss Agues Lethbridge; six sons, Ferdin- and and Joseph, both of Mis- sion City, B.C., George, Rich- mond, B.C. Albert, Melville, Charles, Vane o u v er, B.C., William, S a s k a t oon, 10 grandchildren, four great grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Julia Keith, To- ronto, Mrs. Mary Spencer, To- ronto, Mrs. Elizabeth Sovak, New Westminster; three broth- ers, Steve Yanko, and Anthony Yanko, both of Melville, Sask. and Paul Yanko of Abbotsford, B.C. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Friday at a.m. in St. Basils Catholic Church, with R e v. Father Bruce Field celebrant, Inter- ment will follow in (he family plot, Mount. Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin fires. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Si. N., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1544 Crack auto ring LAUSANNE Swiss police announced Wednesday they have cracked an interna- tional ring that specialized in smuggling stolen sports cars out of Italy fur resale in other Euro- pean countries and Ihe United States. A brief statement said that several persons were ar- rested. PROVINCE OF ALB6RTA DEPT. OF HWYS. TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SeALEO TENDERS will be received by 'he undersigned up 1o o'cltcV: Standard lime on Tuesday, May >972 for fha ccnslruttion cf trie follow- Ira work; [1) PROJECT: ID. 14 Edson Area Gravel excavating, Crushing a n d Stockpiling Cubit and SpscElicatic-ns may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Maintenance Engineer, HiQhwsys Build' frig, Edmonton. AILcrla, Vie Office of trie Dhlrkt 1707 Sire r I Calgary. Alhcrl.i and Ihe Office trie District nun Building. will be avAtlL-Uile only fo inlivirfuals dam id led, registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partner- ships or ccrporalions registered and In and who have estabfished Ince of Alberta. A deposit of Dollars (SJSW) will be required ttr each copy of Contract and Speclfl- ealloni taken. bid be ac- companied by a marked cheque rr bnnd equal to the Trr.rtcr. wJI oat be opened in public. The lowest w nny Tender nol necessarily accented. L. H. MrUanus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. A 1.9 FUNERAL HIP1.EY Suddenly in Vic- loria B.C. on March 13, 1972, Edith Murial Ripley (nee Hen- son) ot 33G Simcoc St., Victor- ia. Born in V.'innipeg, Man., wife of the late Lieut. Col. Blais Ripley, C.B.E. D.S.O. Slie is survived by nieces and ne- phews. Private funeral services were lield in Victoria Wednesday, March 15th, follow- ed by cremation. 758 CARDS OF THANKS KJELDGAARD Harvey, Dennis, Jerry and families Denr.'-s, Jerry and families would like to extend thsir sincere thank you to all of their many friends, neighbors and relatives for the food, flowers, cards and kind thoughts extended to them during the recent loss of thair dear wife, mother aixl nana. A special thank yon to the do.ctiors and nurses of St. Michael's Hos- pital for thsir fine efforts while she was a patient there. 728-27 O'COX.S'KI.L 1 wish to ex- lend my sincere thanks to my doctor, nurses and staff for the wonderful care and attention I received during my recent slay in St. Michael's Hospital. Also a special "thank you" to friends and relatives for visits, flowers, gifts and cards. All so much appreciated. J. P. O'Conncll. 730 THULL We wish to sin- cerely thank all who sent cards of sympathy and flowers; for the many contributions, tile offers of help and for donations made to the Heart Fund; for the lovely lurch end for the many kindnesses shown to us chring our recent bereavement. A special thanks to the organist, pallbearers and to Rev. Graham Dickie for tha lovely service. A very special thanks also to our doctor who came to Ihe home and to Myron Verberg for all his help. and Andrew Tbull, Shirley and family. 743-27 HinsCHE The family o! the late Mrs. Laura Nelson Hirsche wish to extend Ibeir heartfelt thanks and apprecia- tion to the doctors, nurses and slaff of the Raymond Hospital for the care and kindness extend- ed to her during her hospitali- ration. Special thanks to the neiglibors, Mewls and relatives for all their kindness, lovely flowers, cards, expressions of sympathy; to tha- ladies of the Relief Society who served the lunch, and to all those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. Thank? also to Bishop Dwayne Hall and Christensen Salmon Funeral Home for their help and kind- ness. Hirsche and family. 757 Pattern Ruffle up compliments in a I lacy, see-thru shell. Packablc, perfect with long skirts, pants, shorts. Crochet riilfleri shell o! string, fingering yarn or rayon wool. I'attcrn 7370: sizes 32 3-1; 3B- 38 included. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to TflE LETIlBRIDGli HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario IN MEMORIAMS loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father anil grandfather, Michael Swid- insky, wlio passed away April 26, 19f9. Dearer to us than words can tell, Was a husband, father and granrtfa'.hcr, We loved so well; miss yon now, our hearts are sore, As lime goes by, we miss you more. Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your vacant place. remembered and sadly missed by your wife Mary, daughters, son and their families. 731 CHEN'GEIl In loving mem- ory of our dear son and brother, Barry Patrick Chcnger, who passed away April 19G9. It's lonely here without you son We miss ycu mere each day, For life is ncl the same for us Since you were called away. You bade no one a last fare- well, Nor even said good-bye, You were gone before we knew And only God knows why. remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, brothers Leslie and Kevin, Byron and family. 729 Pattern SIZES 34-46 Side draping focuses flat- tery where you want it most- close lo your face. Then look- ing down, long curves create a more slender look. Printed Pattern NEW Women's Sizes M, 36. 33, 40, 46, 48. Size takes yards W-inch. 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Silent thoughts of times to- gether, By JOHN HAY OTTAWA (CP) Poverty- stricken Canadians may miss out on million every month if it is delayed, but the govern- ment's proposed new family al- lowance plan appeared Tuesday to be in for a long bout of Com- mons scrutiny. files Woman for nomination governor HELENA, Mont. (API Hold memories that will live, Saying, "sex is here to forever. a Lodge, Mont., woman remembered, Pete, said Tuesday she will seek thfi Ann, ElEa and families. 733 LAZARUK In loving mem- ory of Michael Lazaruk, who passed away April 26, 19i-XJ. ving memorics never die, As years go on and days go by. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. Of one we loved and .shall never forget, remembered by his wife and family. In loving memory of GEI-Y Kyle, p a s s c d j away April 26, Your name i s often mention- ed, Our thoughts in silence fly. To the days when you were with us, Those memories will iwver die. remembered by mom, dad, Arthur, Mary, Joey, Eernic, Jim, Ron and Nov- Democratic nomination for governor wilh a platform that will favor legalizing prostitu- tion, abortion, and gambling. Eva Shmikwiler, 4U, said she will he the first woman to Keek Hie state's executive scat when she tiles Wednesday. "Above all, I believe in hon- Mrs. Shuukwiler said, and th.it is why I am making a statement on my beliefs on these most controversial is- sues." A registered nurse for the j past 25 years, Mrs. Shunkwiter I said prostitution, i f legalized "should reduce the robberies, As debate on the bill moved j through its seventh day, Con- servatives and Social Creditors vouched support for a New Democrat amendment that would kill the measure and ask the government for a new ver- sion. As it stands, the bill would re- place the current universal plan with allowances that increase with lower incomes and bigger families. Families with medium and higher incomes no longer would receive Uic allowances. 'llie NDP proposal would re- tain the universal payments but increase the amounts and change the tax Jaw to permit re- covery of the payments from families rich enough not to need them. Jack Marshall St. George's-St. com- plaining that the government lias doodled in bringing the hill into law, told the House that each month the bill is delayed million is withheld from needy families who would get increased benefits. He said the Conservatives would therefore support the hill on second stage before detailed committee study move the bill ahead. But outside the House, Con- servative House Leader Gerald Baldwin said his party would Wedneidoy, April THf IFTHBRIDGE KERAtD 31 Crash kills 12 ANCENIS, France (Uculcr) Nine girls were among 12 persons killed when the van in isp h i c h they were travelling home from work was in head-on collision with a truck near there, police said today. murder, rape and venereal dis- offer amendments in commlt- ease associated with KGX being sold in cars and in alleys." On legalized gambling: "It is ridiculous to make criminals out of almost every bar owner in Montana. Make it legal and license and tax it." Abortion, if legalized, she said, would "permit earlier counselling to people seeking abortions would take the surgical procedure away from back alleys and quacks and would put pressure on those who oppose abortion to provide belter information to everyone and free services to T3DJ those in need." tec. He said committee study coutd be lengthy, comparing it j to the four months the Com-' mons spent dealing with the tax bill last fall. The Conservatives also said j they would vote for the NDP j amendment because they op- j pose many details of the legisla- tion, With the Liberals command- ing a majority in the Commons, united opposition endorsement of the NDP amendment would not endanger tfie bill itself. Rut it foreshadows a gruelling com- iniUee assessment. 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