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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Aujuil 15, 1972 THE LFTllSRIOGE HEBAID 19 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams BIRTH GRAY Wayne and licv me pleased to announce the bivth of their darling daughter, 'i'ara Ixsigh (7 Ibs. Irani Fri- day, August II, 1972 at St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. 7152 DEATHS passed away in tire city at tho afic a! W years. Funeral arrangements will IKS announced whim com- pleted. CHIllSTENSBN SALM- ON FUNKJIAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C3IH2 STU'IT I'assed away in the 'city on Monday, August 14, 1972, following a brief illness, Mis. Sarab Sloll at the age ol 88 years, of 416 fllh St. S., be- loved wife of the late Mr. Wil- liam Thomas Stolt. Funeral ar- ranKcments will he announced when e o in p 1 e t e tl. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3614 DUKKY Passed away in the cily on Friday, August 11, 1D72, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mr. John Duffy at the age ol 76 years of the Devon Nurs- ing Home. Bom in Scotland, (he late Mr. Duffy was a well known old timer of (lie district and had been a sheep herder for many years. The funeral service will held on Wed- nesday at a.m. in Martin Dros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3rd Avenue S., with Kev. Father M. Gillis O.MI of. ficialing. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects nt Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 3rd Avenue S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. CJC43 DEATH U' Passed away Fort Macleod on Tuesday, August 15, 1972, Mrs. Isabella May Chappcll at Ihu age of M years of Fort Macleod, former- ly of Granum, Ixiloved wife o! Lho late Mr. James Chappcll. u n o r a 1 arrangements will announced when completed. MARTIN BKOS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3G4.5 CARDS OF THANKS OI.SF.N AM) would like lo thanl: every- one who sent gifts anil cards and brought food to the open house reception. A special thank you to the P.H.R. Ladies who helped make flowers and to Jo Betty and Tony Tomfohr, Ilierath, Vonda Tolley and Leona Matson, to the ladies who served, the bartenders anc] anyone who helped in any way to make our wedding and 25th anniversary such a happy oc- casion. and Bev Olscn ami Frances Mueller. 7126 .MAXVYKI.I, We express our sincere Canadian pipeline interest altogether By PETEJl BUCKLKY WASHINGTON (CP) Can- ada Jims an "cconomJc inter- just a conservation seeking to have a pipeline built through to carry Alaska oil Canada lo the United States, a lawyer tor the oil companies seeking to build a Irans-Alaska pipeline said Monday. Paul Mickey, representing Al- ycska Pipeline Service Co., made the statement at a hear- ing before Judge George Hart of U.S. District Court, The hearing, which continues today, is lo determine whether the judge will extend an injunction he granted two years ago halt- ing construction nf the con- troversial 780-mile trans-Alaska pipeline. Environmental groups from Canada and the United Slates, want the injunction extended, The oil interests do not. Canada has expressed con- cern about pollulion of its west .tuahtt coast by Alaskan oil. But, at the same time, Mickey said, it is authorizing offshore explor- ation on both Its cast and west coasts and expanding refinery capacity In areas near the U.S. border. In reality, Mickey said, Can- ada "has an economic inter- striclly a conservation having the pipeline huill through Canada. QUESTIONS MEANING "You mean they're not com- pletely Judge Hart asked with a smile. "I've come to suspect Mickey said. Ex-crime-buster agrees to probe wish to i apprecia- I lion to all our relatives and friends who sent flowers, gifts and cards and brought food to our homes during our recent iKureavcment in the loss of our husband, son, brother anrl nc-lc, Iloss Maxwell. A special ank you to the pallbearers, cv. Blake Anderson for his omf ortin g words, the Forc- ost Masonic Lodge for their ravcsidc service and to Mar- Brothers and Humphries uncral Homes. ShurH Maxwell Katie Mueller and Families and Turs. Jim Heam and Family. 7125 FUNERAL PERKINS The Granum United Church was filled to overflowing with relatives and friends who attended, the funer- al service for the lale Harry Georgo Perkias on Saturday, August 12, 1972. Mr. Perkins passed away at his home in Claresholm on August 0, 1972. Pastor R. Hanson officiated and Mrs. Kay Cairns was or- ganist for the hymns, Take time to Holy and What a friend we have in Jesus. vSololst, Mrs. Pat Woclmitz, sang "Softly and Tenderly Jesus is Casket bearers were: G. Sakatch, J. Howard, S. Hog- lund, M. Killoron, G. Woblck and J. Sac ha. Interment follow- ed in the Granum Cemetery. Leyden's Funeral Home, was In charge of arrangements. Fol lowing the interment, lunch was served In the church hall by friends from Granum and the Claresholm Rebeccas. Mr. Perkins was on October 28, 1914 in Fort Macleod and received his education in local schools. In June, KHO he married to Kilccn Lang ol {Jranum. In 10-12 they moved from Fort Macleod to Exshaw, and to Granum in 1945 where Mr. Perkins was employed ir the Reel and While Store, own ed by the late Mr. W. B. Rogers until he was installed as tlu Granum Postmaster in 1951. HL served as Foslmaster Eor 1 years. The family moved t Grande Prairie, for n lime, ttiei returned lo Clarcsholm in 1% and he worked as a carpenter for Watson Industries until the time of his Illness in January I97J. He was the second young fist son of late Mr. and Mrs Fredrick Perkins and grandson of UHJ lalo Constable John Stut tiford, who came west (o For Walsh with the North Wes Mounted Police, ami lo For Macleod in 1074. Mr. Perkin was a member of the Clares )w Im Odd fellows and I Uslwc ca nnd Iho Sfavcly Klks Lodge Mr. Perkins is survived by hi beloved wife, Eileen; tw- daughters, Mrs. T. (Sharon S.ikatcli of am Mrs. W. (Charlcnc) Larsrni o Millet: four grandcblldrnn three brothers, Ted Perkins an Bernard Perkins of Lethbridg and Frank Perkins of Water (on Lakes; llirec sisters, Mac AlLchson nf Hamilton, On tario, Mrs, Mahlo Burns of Sur reyr B.O. and Mrs. Jim (Mar garet) Culver of. Lcthhrhlyc and several nieces and ncpt cws. Ho was predeceased by brother, Edward, several ycrtv ago, Relatives altrmling tlir ft ncral wcrr Mr. Ted Perkins Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Perkins Frank Perkins, Mr. and M Jim Culver, Mr. and Mrs. Car moml I Inn Icy of Calgary. Oil rr relatives ami friends wer from Seattle, Spokane, Viet ria, Medicine Hat, Calg.ir Fnrl Macleod, Claresholm, P'rlmcmlnn and Mi lef. A number of brolher Od losers though. Farmers, espe- cially In eastern Ontario, have been plagued with Itvicc the normal rainfall and some faci disaster. H. A. Olson, minister of agd culture, said In an Interview here that [lie federal govern mcnt Is studying ways in whicl lo nssisl the farmers awl he predicted lhal the Ontario am govenmenl.i might seel a joint assistance program. 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