Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
24-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATH WATSON Passed away in Coaldale on Friday. May 1974. Mr Stanley Robert Fenwic'k Watson at the age of '25 beloved husband of Mrs Emilv Arlene Watson of Cualdale. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one daughter Monica Ruth at his parents. Mr. and Mrs Stanley Watson of Mosquidubit Nova one sister Miss Phylis Watson of one brother Mr. William Watson in his grandmother. Mrs Annie Watson of Washington. England He was predecesed fay his grandparents Mr and Mrs Frank Commerford in 1973 Prayers will be said at 30 p rn on Monday 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. Phone 328-2361 Requiem Mass will be celebrated at p.m. on May 28. 1974 in St. Catholic f with Rev Father F McCabe Celebrant. Interment follow in Mount Calvary section. Mountain View remeiery. MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Service C8969 DEATH McDERMOTT Passed away in the city on Friday. May 24. 1974 following a brief Mr. Jarnes Isadore McDermolt at the age of 89 beloved husband of Mrs. Mary McDermott of Coalhurst. raised and educated in the late Mr. McDermott came west to Coalhurst in 1909. In 1913 he opened the hardware store and was appointed Post Master. Alter developing his farm and business in- he closed the store in 1935 He was later elected trustee to the L.N.I.D. Later m 1955 he retired as postmaster at Coalhurst and has continued to reside there until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by three Mr Orval McDermott of Mr. Bert McDermott of Grand Prairie. Mr. Leo McDermott of two daughters Mrs A MacKinnon of Calgary and Mrs. C. Spence of sixteen two great grandchildren He was predeceased by three sons Lloyd and Roy Pravers will be said at 7 00 CAREERS Bus Drivers Required By Brewster Transport Co. Alberta GALL 327-3258 LETHBRIDQB WANTED CERAMIC TILE SETTER Phone Calgary Collect 271-4982 Accounting Career Our firm has full time positions for young ener- qotic persons interested iti an accounting career. would be pxpected to enroll in C.A. or C.G.A. course of instruction offer an opportunity to earn while you leain plus a wide variety of experience including auditing and income tax. Accounting training or experience preferred. reply yivmg full personal resume and references to Box Pmcher Creek or telephone 627-3233 for appointment to be interviewed. MANAGERS LOOKING FOR PROMOTIONAL Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. with corporate offices located in Riverwde. is actively seek- ing cxuer.epced managers for immediate openings in Sales. Pur- chasing and Production at our Mobile Home Plant located in Red Deer. Alberta Some management orientation is and successful applicants will bo involved in an intensive on the job program to prepare for assignment Candidates needed fnr Sales Purchasing and Production Departments pay to then in- centive compensation baiert on plant profits Local .nterv-iws for qualified aophcanls Career Profit Sharing Promotion from Room at the iOp Send and salary so The People Who Care FLEETWOOD ENTERPRISES INC. P.O. Box Dept. 158 Riverside. 92503 An touai Oppor.'ijn.fi. SENIOR COUNSELLOR The Travel and Convention Association of South- ern Alberta requires a Senior Counsellor as a result of the Association's expansion of its total operations THE JOB Includes all normal secretarial duties as well as the ability to supervise junior staff and deal with the general public by telephone and in person. Is a member of a promotion and service team in the Visitor Industry of Southern Alberta. Involves participation in special events in contact with visitors to Uethbridge and Southern Alberta THE PERSON This person is a imaginative and personable individual whose characteristics in- clude the ability to communicate ideas. This person has secretarial experience and is able to work under and wants challenge and an op- portunity for initiative In a people oriented position. EMPLOYMENT Is permanent after a probationary period. Salary is negotiable. APPLICATION By letter Dr. John Travel and Convention Association of Southern P.O. Box AltorU. DEATHS p.m. on Monday May 27. 1974 in Martin Bros MEMORIAL 703 13th St. Phone 328-2361. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on May 1974 in St. Joseph's Catholic Coalhurst. with Rev. Father J. Brown celebrant. Interment will follow in the family St. Patrick's Cemetery .Those who wish may donte to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C8971 PATERSON Passed away in the city on May Mrs. Anne Isabel Paterson at the age ot 73 beloved wife of the late Mr. Gilbert C. Paterson. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C8970 FREELAND Passed away at Taber on May Frank of at the age of 65 beloved husband of Mrs Doris Freeland of Taber. Funeral service arrangements will be announced when completed by HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME Taber. C8967 IN MEMORIAMS STUCKART In loving memory of a dear father and who passed away May 27. 1973. A certain a certain A certain someone none can Wishing today as I have wished before. That God would have spared you many years more -Sadly missed by Blanche and family 2389 HJ.KUf-KA Cherished memories a dear mother Mis. Elena Hleucka who passed away May 1973. golden gate stood open Just one year ago With farewells lijft unspoken. You quietly slipped away. You suffered much in silence. Your spirits did not You faced your pain with Until the very end. You tried so hard to stay with us. Your fight was all in God took you to his loving home. And freed you from all remembered by son George and daughter- in-law Betty of Calgary. 2392 CHABAY In loving memory of a dear father and Steve who passed away May 1973. One long and lonely year has passed away since our great sorrow The shock which we received that day we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with our secret tears still For what it meant to lose you dad. no one will ever know. When we are sad and and everything goes wrong. We seem to hear you cheer up. and carry- on. We love and miss you dear dad. remembered and sadly missed by- Johnny. Margo and grandchildren. 2369 CHABAY In loving memory of a dear husband who passed away suddenly May 1973. You are sadly missed along life's way Quietly remembered day by day. No longer in my life to share. But in my you are always there. The wound is deep and will heal. Only God knows how I feel. You shared my my my tears Thank my for the many happy years. The parting was so sudden t often wonder To me the hardest part of we never said goodbye. lovingly remembered hy his Mary. 2366 IN MEMORIAMS HLEUCKA In loving memory of our mother and grandmother. who passed away May 1973. Always a lonely Often a silent tear. But always a beautiful memory. Of one we loved so dear. missed Atty and family MICHELSON In loving memory of our dear son and brother who passed away May 1968. Like the flowers you loved Like their beauty that lingers So lingers our memory of you As years go by missed by mom. brothers and sisters 2367 MICHELSON In loving memory of a dear husband and Dwaine who passed away May May comes with deep regret. A a we'll never forget. Deep in our a memory is kept. Of a husband and father we and will never forget. remembered and longed for Greg and Renay 2368 HLEUCKA In loving memory ot a dear and great- grandmother Elena Hleucka who passed away May 1973 Two tired eyes are two willing hands are still. The one who always worked so is resting at God's will. God saw you getting tired. He knew you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful. lie only takes the best Always 1 o v t- ci a n remembered by Nick. Edna and Kirn of Vauxhall. Wa'ynt1 and Kan of B.C. 2390 HLEUCKA In loving memory ot our Baba. Mrs. Elena Hleucka who passed away May 27. 1973 she lias gone to heaven. And her hand we cannot touch. Still WP have so many Of a dear Baba we loved so much Her memory is our With it we will never God has her in his keeping. But we have her in our Sadly missed by grandchildren Wayne and Sue and Bob of Calgary 2391 CHABAY In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. who passed away May 1973. One lonely year has passed away since our great sorrow- fell. The shock which we received that day. we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with our secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose no one will ever know. When we arc sad and and everything goes We seem to hear you whisper. Cheer and carry on. missed by Steve. Tony and Andy 2370 CHABAY In loving memory of a dear who passed away suddenly May 27 1973. Your end was very It made us weep and cry. The saddest part of all Dad. You never said goodbye Each time we see your picture. You seem to smile and Don't cry. I'm only We'll meet again some day. For those who have a good Treat him with loving For you'll never know the Till .you know that he's not remembered and go sadly missed by daughters Helen and Jolaine. son and Rrandchildrm 2365 IN MEMORIAMS CL1NE In loving memory of our mother and Minnie L. who passed away August of our father and William who passed away February and of our brother and Howard E. who passed away May 1969. of our memories they are always with us. Skinner and family Thompson and family. 2385 HLEWKO In loving memory of a dear grandmother and great who passed away May 1973. Two tired eyes are two willing hands are still The one who always worked so is resting at God's God saw you getting tired. He knew you needed His garden must be beautiful. He only takes the best. remembered and sadly missed by DuWayne. Darcy. Shawn and Jolynne Tivadar 2386 CARD OF THANKS ERICKSON We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our neighbors and anyone who helped in anyway during the loss of our loving husband and father For those who sent messages of visits to the donations to the heart and pool and those who attended the we are truly thankful A special thank you to the doctors of Border Counties General Ambulance Rev Pallbearers and Salmon Funeral Directors -God Blfss you all. E r m a Erickson and families 2384-28 SLA member's father gives up vigil LOS ANGELES -The father of a Symbionese Liber- ation Army member has given up a week-long vigil to make contact with his leaving for home after saying he considers her and her comrades criminals. Frederick Schwartz left for his suburban Chicago home Sunday after fruitless pleas to his daughter. Emily her husband Bill and Patricia Hearst to surrender. 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