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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 55 HELP WANTED Fuller Brush needs full and part time dealers Phone 327-5942 C9657-1! Part time full-time sales personnel Minimum age 18 Apply in person Saan Stores Ltd 317 5th St S C9777-26 '66 OFFICE. CLERICAL Must be a good typist Experience with switchboard and electric typewriter preferred Position is permanent Available now Apply in person Ellison s Head Office Lethbridge C9445-H LOCAL TIRE BUSINESS REQUIRES PERSON FOR GENERAL OFFICE DUTIES SHOULD HAVE EXPERIENCE IN BOOKKEEPING AND A KNOWLEDGE OF DATA PROCESSING APPLY BOX 91 HERALD C9219-tf SECRETARY TO EXECUTIVES Must be a good typist must have shorthand and filing experience Ability to work with figures This position requires a person with a pleasing personality who likes working with people We offer excellent starting salary and company benefits Write Box 126, Herald. C9779-M 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Housekeeper par' time mature person preferred 328 5591 C9780 29 Waitresses and waiters required ai Golden Bnoge Restaurant Apply !es nor-r> Canadian Dressed Meats 8726 f person required for oilv i-ome orovided Con'aci T L Srn tp "hone 653-4281 Cardston 4362 tf Come live tre 10 years Pay less tax Eat for less person required who likes to wo'' wnin ard catt'e Phone Oamp.on 897 3829 3333-t' 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL X-RAY TECHNICIAN djtv x-ray good standing wth the C S P. T rec !or 207 bed hosp 's' O'iice S' General Hosp-'a1 Letho- dge A rjena C9685-27 REGISTERED NURSES CALGARY HO'v Hospi'aS openings for general rfu-- several clinical areas If garden tractor W-il co vprds and Gi 6-503 P. AND K CONSTRUCTION S'dewalks i HOQ-S Estimates "venipos327 2527 or 327-298? PHONE 532-449t 25 BONNYVILLE SCMOOl. tl Jns'iucl'on ASSISTANT PRfNCSPALSHIP nr' ,'a "-o f I rri r V W i Confac! 5? "OX 'ES PHONE 1 County of BARRHEAD REQUIRES Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH ALEXANDER Nigel and Ef'fie are proud to announce the birth of their son. Dwayne Nigel. 5 Ibs on June 19, 1974 Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs 0 Alexander and Mr and Mrs J Christie, both of Scotland DEATHS HURST Evelyn Russell, formerly of Lethbridge and Taber. passed away in Calgary on Monday. June 24, 1974 after a lengthy illness, beloved wife of Jack Hurst and mother of three sons Funeral services will be held on Thursday, interment to follow in the RCMP plot Jacques Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 4423 LIPTAK At Calgary, Sunday. June 23. 1974, John, aged 92 years, of Glenmore Park Auxiliary Hospital, Calgary, formerly of High River and Lethbridge. beloved father of one daughter. Mrs Julia Toth, High River and four sons, Joe, Vancouver, Steve, Blueberry Creek, B.C., Paul. Picture Butte and Mike, Stavely, 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife Anna in 1943 and a son John Jr in 1S48 Private funeral services by Rev Frank Lewis from Snodgrass Funeral Chapel. High River, Wednesday. June 26 at a m Cremation to follow. In lieu ot flowers, donations may be made to the High River Hospital Equipment Fund, care of Barry Johnson. High River. SNODGRASS FUNERAL HOME LTD. in charge of arrangements C9827 KUHL Passed away m the city on Sunday. June 23, 1974. following a brief illness. Mr Clifford Wayne Kuhl at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Mrs Alma Roweena Kuhl of Milk River Born and educated at Warner, the late Mr Kuhl moved to Milk River m 1926. where he farmed until his passing Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons. Mr Robert Kuhl of Milk River, Mr Clifford Kuhl of Warner, two daughters. Mrs R 'Lynette) Ingram-Johnson of Fort Saskatchewan, Miss Patricia Jean Kuhl at home, seven grandchildren: three sisters. Mrs Wm (Myrtle) Theordore of Langley. B C Mrs H 'Mildred) Bellewand Mrs R (Dorothyi Thielen of Milk River two brothers. Mr Frank Kuhl and Mr Kenneth Kuhi of Milk River The funeral service will be held at 2 00 p m on Thursday. June 27. 1974 in Milk River" United Church, with Rev. Graham Dickie officiating Interment follow in the Family Plot. Milk River Cemeter> Friends DEATHS ELLERMAN Passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, June 25, 1974. Mrs. Shirley Joan EDerman at the age of 44 years, beloved wife of Mr. Herbert Ellerman of 118 7th Ave. S Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service C9831 GRABER Passed away suddenly in Fernie. B.C Miss Sandra May Graber at the age of 10 years, beloved daughter of Mrs Vicky Graber of 234D North Mayor Magrath Drive, and Mr Gerald L Graber of Lethbridge The funeral service will be held at 3 00 p m on Wednesday. June 26 1974 in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St N (phone with Rev Ken Jordan officiating Interment wilt follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C9830 PETRANECH Passed away in the city on Monday. June 24, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mr. George Petranech at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Grace Petranech of Lethbridge Born and raised in Austria, the late Mr. Petranech came to Canada in 1910 to Lethbridge where he was employed in the mining industry for twenty-five years In 1929 he moved to Coaldale where he farmed until retirement in 1969. at which time he moved to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son. Mr John Petranech of Lethbrtdge. three grandchildren: one great-granddaughter two sisters in the Ukraine He was predeceased bj one son and by one-daughter Prayers will be said at 7 30 p m on Wednesday. June 26. 1974 in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St N (phone 328-2361) The funeral service will be held at 10 30 am on Thursday. June 27. 1974 in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL with Rev Father R. Zuback officiating Interment will follow m the Family Plot. Archmount Memorial Gardens MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service C9832 ALLEN Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 23, !974, Dr Leslie Talrnadge Alien at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs Freda E Allen of 1941 Mayor Magraih Drive Born in Brooklyn. New York, the late Dr Alien was raised and educated at Kentville Kings may pa> respecis at the Countv Nova Scotia Ifi cnurch from 1 00 p m until prior to the time of service MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service C9829 PUBLIC NOTICES SELF-PROPELLED MOTOR HOME RENTALS {KNOW THE LAW) he moved to Letlibridge after receiving his D D.S. from the University of Maryland. Dr Allen practised his dentistry here in Lethbridge for over 55 years until his retirement in 1967 He had been very active in community affairs and has continued to reside here until his passing. He was Past Grand of Viaduct Lodge No 53 I.O O.F.. life member of North Star Lodge No 4. A F and A charier member and President of LeUibndge Kiwarns Club. Past President of Lethbridge vax Chib. Past President of Alberta -V J62 H L 7 S of Sc LACOWBE NURSERIES 5 V! HAS" O" i f t-'iGHWAV 3 NO VA'N'TFNAWCfi NO PHOVE JOVES ROOF'NG 3P8 LANDSCAPE fRRlGATION SERVICES 327 57-15; Df PASTVCNT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED TMOEP? adl CO r r i TV LITTLE MOTHER A pregnant blue or sulphur- boltorn whale, the largest ani- msj in the v.orM. can weigh more fhan 200 Jons ft W D J BC fee J--6 one son. Mr U'liimm G Alien of Vancouver. B C one Mrs A T CJeland of Richmond. B C. 'me pramivfii. Robin Alien Cle-isnd of Hichmond. B C sillers. Mrs C J