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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, March 4, 1974 DEATHS CURLE Passed away in the city on Monday, March 4, 1974 after a brief illness, Mr. Frederick George Curie at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dora Mae Curie of Barons. Funeral 'arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7808 SHERWOOD Passed away in the city nn MnnHav, March 4, 1974 Mr. Clare E. (Bob) Sherwood, beloved husband of Mrs. May Sherwood of 1317 7th Ave. South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. directors of Funeral Service. C7807 IN MEMORIAMS PAHARA In loving memory of Mike Pahara, who passed away March 4, 1971. Memories are like leaves of gold. They never tarnish or grow old. remembered and sadly missed by Alex and Rachel Pahara and son Gerald. 9628 BROWN In loving memory of Wayne, who passed away March 4, 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 sadness, our secret tears still flow For what it meant to lose you no one will ever know. Just a prayer from those who loved you Just a memory fond and true In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought the world of you. remembered and sadly missed by Harold and Lois, Grandpa and Grandma. LJTTAU In memory of a dear son and brother, Jake, who passed away March 4, 1973. A brother and son laid to rest, For each of us he did his best. His place on earth no one can fill, We miss you, Jake, and always will. Although we smile and make no fuss. No one misses you more than us. What would we give if we could say "Hello. Jake." in the same old way. To hear your voice, to see you smile. To sit and chat with you awhile. Even though you left without a farewell. And your thoughts were unknown. You left many memories we are proud to own. remembered by mother, Margaret and John Bechthold. Mary and Jake Block and Ann and Ray Heninger. 9439 BROWN In loving memory of our beloved son and brother. Robert Wayne, who passed away suddenly March 4. 1973. One sad and lonely year has gone by. But love and memories never die. What we would give, if we could say. Hi Wayne, in the same old way. To hear your your smile. To sit and chat with you awhile. So many things have happened. Since you were called away. So many thoughts to share with you. Had you been left to stay. We cannot bring the old days back Your hand we cannot touch. But we still have memories Of one we loved so much. We think of you in silence. often speak your name. But all that's left to answer- Is your picture in a frame. We smile with the But behind that smile is many tears. So often wishing that you were here. Others are taken, yes, we understand and know. But Wayne was ours and we loved him so. remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, Doug and Wendy. IN MEMORIAMS BROWN In loving memory of Wayne Brown who passed away a year ago, March 4th, 1973. remembered by Howard and Marilda Brown and family. 9614-4 BROWN In loving memory of Robert Wayne Brown, who passed away March 4, 1973. Calm and peaceful he is sleeping, Sweetest rest that follows pain; We who loved him, sadly miss him, But trust in God to meet again. remembered by Mel and Betty, Craig and Sam, Janet and Tom, Qeb and Don. 9613-4 CARDS OF THANKS McCALLUM I wish to sincerely thank my doctor, nurses and staff of the St Michael's General Hospital, First East for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Thanks also to my friends for flowers, cards and visits. Sincerely, John McCallum. 9623 NELSON I would like to express my thanks and appreciation to all who attended my 84th birthday party. It was a lovely surprise. A special thanks to those who organized everything and helped with the lunch. Thank you for the lovely gifts, cards and kind wishes. Nelson 9629 THIELEN -1 would like to sincerely thank all the nursing staff of Second Main, St. Michael's Hospital, my doctor and Fr. Field for the wonderful care shown me while a patient. Also a special thanks to all my relatives and friends for the beautiful flowers and cards I received, they were so much appreciated. Thank you. Mrs. Dorothy J. Thielen 9622-5 SELBY We wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives, friends, and neighbors for the messages of sympathy, Heart Fund donations, beautiful floral tributes, gifts of food, and the many acts of kindness extended to us in the recent loss of our beloved husband, father and son. Special thanks to Rev. David Lovewell. Mona Selby, Lance. Guy, Patti and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Selby. 9621 Soccer LONDON (CP) Old Country soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 1 Southampton 0 Coventry 0 Birmingham 1 Derby 1 Stoke 1 Ipswich 1 Norwich 1 Leeds 1 Newcastle 1 Leicester 2 Everton 1 Liverpool 1 Burnley 0 Queen's PR 3 Tottenham 1 Sheffield U 0 Man United 1 West Ham 3 Chelsea 0 Man City vs. Everton ppd Division II Aston Villa 1 West Brom 3 Blackpool 0 Bolton 2 Bristol C 0 Oxford 0 Carlisle 2 Preston 2 Hull 2 Sheffield W 1 Portsmouth 0 Millwall 0 Sunderland 0 Middlesborough 2 Swindon 1 Cardiff 1 Division in Blackburn 0 Oldham 1 Bournemouth 3 Hereford 2 Grimsby 1 York 2 Halifax 0 Huddersfield 0 Plymouth 1 Bristol R 0 Port Vale 2 Southport 1 Rochdale 1 Chesterfield 2 Watford 1 Shrewsbury 0 Wrexham 0 Tranmere 0 DmsmilV Doncaster 1 Scunthorpe 0 Exeter 4 Tourquay 2 Newport 1 Brentford 1 Peterborough 2 Colchester 0 ENGLISH LEAGUE CUP Final Man City 1 Wolverhampton 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Arbroath 0 Falkirk 0 Ayr 4 Dundee 2 Celtic 1 Hearts 0 Dumbarton vs. Clyde ppd. Hibernian 3 Rangers 1 Partick 0 East Fife 1 St. Johnstone o Mother-well 1 DivisroBlI Airdrieonians 2 Berwick 0 E Stirling 0 Forfar 1 Montrose 4 Altoa 0 U.S. intelligence agents pose as businessmen By DAVID BINDER New. York Times Service WASHINGTON A high United States official says that more than 200 American intelligence agents were stationed abroad posing as businessmen. He said that some were full- time intelligence operatives and that business enterprises providing them with a cover received payments from the United States government to defray the costs of running their offices. Others function only part- time as agents he said, and some of them have proved to be such talented businessmen that they were lured away from their intelligence positions and hired as full- time executives by the companies that had provided cover. "We've lost some good ones that the official said. He added that some of the businessmen agents had been "very valuable" as intelligence gatherers, while others had become "a pain in the because they "spent only 10 minutes a day" on intelligence activity and the rest of their working day on business'assignments. The official made the disclosure during a discussion of relationships between United States Intelligence and private American business. The official, who insisted that neither his name nor his department be identified, said that the American intelligence services feequently sought specific information from businessmen, scholars and journalists. He indicated that some of the information was purchased while other items were acquired by "swapping" data useful to the other party. He said that intelligence services, when seeking information from businessmen, always offered to guard the information from competittors. In addition, the official said, the intelligence services participate sometimes in research and development ventures with private manufacturers to perfect technical equipment "a better for instance. Finally, he said, in "very, very bare "instances, intelligence services had spent "nonappropriated money" that is, money acquired from private sources. The official asserted that United States Intelligence Services had not used funds from businesses for the last 10 years. The official stated that the C.I.A. was also "phasing out" its practice of having agents operate under the cover of journalists. CANDLESTICK PHONES In red. white or black. Gold trim and fingerwheel. AGT Decorator Phone say nice things about you. And your room! Say hello on a perky candlestick phone. Be nostalgic and select a stylish cradJephone. Keep a chestphone tucked away until you make or take a call. Call AGT about colors and styles. Your own distinctive taste will tell you which to choose for your home decor. 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