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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thundoy, September 9, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 C Cards Uf Jlianki, Jn DEATHS PETIDIISEN Passed away in the city on Wednesday, Sep- tember a, 1971, Mrs. Etna Pe- lorsen at the age ot 70 years, ofLelhbridgu. Funeral ar- rangemenls will be announced wl.en c o mpl e f e d. MARTIN1 BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C7326 MaclNTOSH Passed away at Abbolsford, B.C. on Wed- nesday, September C, 1971, John A. Macintosh, beloved husbajid of the late Violet Mac- intosh. Mi-. Macintosh was a former resident of Lethbridge, where he was engaged in the plumbing and heating business. Survivors are one son, Allan W. (Chick) Macintosh of Leth- bridge; two daughters. Mrs. Bernie (Muriel) Bennion of Abbotsford, B.C. and Mrs. Wil- liam (Margaret) Friend o f Vancouver, B.C. Funeral ser- vice will be held on Saturday, September 11, 1971 at Abbots- ford, B.C. X2019 CHIEF CALF Fair Brown, passed away in Fort Macleod on Monday, September 6, 1971, at the age of 75 years, beloved husband of Annie Chief Calf of the Blood Reserve. Left to mourn his passing besides his loving wife is one son, Frank of Standoff. Requiem mass will be said in St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Standoff on Satur- day, September 11, 1971 at 10 a.m., with Joseph Hegn- rer O.M.I, as celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the SUndofi Cemetery. Wake services wil be held in the Chief Calf home in Standoff on Friday, Septem- ber 10th. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C732S PERKS Passed away in Raymond on Tuesday, Septem- ber 7th, 1371, Howard Colum- Perks, at the age of 88 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Adelaide Perks of Raymond. Mr. Perks was bom in Burmingnam, England on September 17, 1882. He came to Canada in 1914 and worked for two years in Ontario before coming to Raymond, Alberta, where he had continued to live until his passing. He was a Horticulturist by trade and many of the churches and homes in the Raymond area are a tribute to Ms labors. He owned and operated his green- house west of Raymond for over fif ty years and only closed it down a year ago due to ill health. He was an active member of the L.D.S. Church and took part in its organiza- tions. He was a member of the High Priests Quorum in the Taylor Slake. Survivors in- clude one son. James, of Ray- mond; his wife Bemeice; two grandsons. Robert and Dor.-ald Perks and two granddaugh- ters, Beverly and Marian and six great-grandchildren. His wife predeceased him in 195G. Funeral sen-ices will be held in the 4th Ward L.D.S. Chapel in Raymond on Saturday, Sep- tember, IHh at 2 p.m., with Bishop James D. Bridge offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemelery. Those that wish may pay their respects from i p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C7327 FUNERALS LIEN Funeral service foi Mrs. Marie Lien, who died al Taber Monday, Sept. G, 1971, a Uie age of 93 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8 1971, in Humphries Funera. Chapel, Taber, with Mr. Koy Brodie officiating. Pallbearers were Euland Henry, Vcrald McKee, Rod Stevens, George Sebok, Walter Nelsen and Clem Amett. Interment was in the Hillside Cemetery, Medicine Hat. Humphries Funeral Home Lid., Taber, was in charge of the arrangements. HOULTON Funeral scr vice for Mr. Harold George (Steve) Houlton, beloved bus band of Mrs. Andree Houlton o Broxburn who died in the city Tuesday, Sept. 1, 1971, after a brief illness at the age of 77 years, was held at p.m. Friday in St. Augustine's Angli can Church with Rev. R. L Crisfield and Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Pallbearers were Gehard Hicky, Bob Grant, John Murray, Andrew Androkovich George Luco and Harold Du pen. Interment was in the fam- ily plo! in Mountain View Cem- etery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. PIERSON Funeral service for Garry Pierson, beloved son of Ed Pierson of Vauxh a 11 who died suddenly at Taber, Sunday, Sept. 5, 1971, at the age of 28 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel, 327 10th St. S., Lethbridge, with Bishop Leo L. Davidson offici- ating. Pallbearers were Doug Halvorson, Doug and Garry Wright, Norman Elgie, Dale Rombough and Waldo Enns. In- terment was in the Mount a i n View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. NOBLE Funeral service for Fred Noble, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Enid Noble of Cardston who died at Cardslon Saturday, Sept. 4, 1971, at the age of 54 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1971 in St.. Andrew's United Church, Cardston, with Rev. C. Camochan officiating. Pall- bearers were Johnny Janisko, Roland. Herr, Steve Vancak, Jack Weston, Alfred Gales and Reno Pontarollo. Interment was in the Woolford Cemetery Cliristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS COX We wish lo express our heartfelt thanks to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for the beautiful floral tributes, cards, expressions of sympathy, gifts of food and the many acts if kindness during our recent bereavement. Our thanks also .0 Rev. Elliott and the mem- >ers of the Picture Butte Royal Canadian Legion and Ladies Auxiliary for their assistance at the graveside service. The Cox family. GAMS CRAWFORD Actress Joan Crawford strikes a revealing pose as she prepares to put her hand prints in wef cement outside the Movie Musical Theatre in New York. Miss Crawford was on hand to attend the showing of. one of her old films, "Doncing Lady." Los Angeles firm wants Arctic gas CALGARY (CP One of North America's largest na- tural gas distributors, Pacific Lighting Corp. of Los Angeles, is pressing for a share of the Arctic Islands gas supply. A subsidiary, Pacific Lighting Gas Development Co., an- New ARDA pact signed by Alberta OTTAWA (CP) The federal and Alberta governments have signed a new five-year agree- ment under the Agricultural De- 'elopment Act (AHDA it was announced today. A federal announcement said .he new agreement will give jrealer emphasis to programs o improve rural income and employment opportunities by more effective use of rural lands. It is the third ARDA agree- ment signed with Alberta since he legislation was passed in 961. Similar agreements exist with all provinces except Prince Edward Island, where ARDA- type programs are included in that province's federal-provin- cial development plan. August sales of cars, Irucks IN MEMORIAMS CAMPBELL In loving memory of a dear daughter, sister and niece, Mrs. Fern Campbell, who passed away September 9, 1967. Every day in some small way, Memories of you keep coming Job program hit by NDP VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia's opposition party leaders Wednesday criticized Premier W. A. C. Bennett's government-subsidized job pro- gram for welfare recipients. Dave Barrett, New Demo- n; nounced today it had joined the Gas Arctic Systems study group which is investigating Arctic pipeline construction. A week earlier, the parent company and five other petro- leum firms reached an agree- ment on the sale of natural gas under 22.5 per cent of tile leases on King Christian Island and at Drake Point on Melville Island. Earlier in the year Panarctic Oils Ltd., which holds the re- mainder of the leases in the two areas and which had drilled successful wells, received ?75 million from four U.S. com- panies in exchange for first chance in purchasing natural j gas. j Any such purchases would be made only after the national energy board declared the gas surplus to Canadian needs. Gas Arctic is conducting en- gineering, research and field surveys with (lie aim of build- ing a pipeline from the Arctic coast lo connect with facilities in Alberta. From there, Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. which was the organizer of Gas Arctic would move the gas to southern markets. Other members of the study group include Canadian Na- tional Railways, Columbia Gas System Inc., Northern Natural Gas Co. and Texas Eastern Transmission Corp. Columbia Northern Natural and Texas Eastern supplied half the money in the mil- lion deal with Panarctic and Tenneco Oils and Minerals Ltd. put up the remainder. gam lly T11K CANADIAN pit ESS The Die Three North Ameri- can automobile manufacturers I remembered by mom i crallc Party leader, said Ihe and dad, brothers and sisters I announced Tuesday and Aunl Julia. devastate municipal bud- 65S5 Sds and tax homeowners off _ their property. i i the new plan, ihc B C In loving mem- government will pav 50 eight months of Ilic yea Sales during the January-Au- gust period totalled cars j and trucns, an increase of 10.4 per cent over sales in Ilic same j period a year cralier. j August sales totalled 35.933 j cars and Irucks. Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd., Oakville, Out., hud an 8.9- per-cent gain in sales during August, lo M.737 cars and trucks compared with Ihc pre- vious August. Chrysler Canada Ltd., Wind- sor, Onf., sold imils, up 4.9 per cent, while General llolors of Canada Ud., Oshawa, (nil. I'ad a gain of only 1.1 per cent lo 1M59 cars and for the month. bad a combined in- j of ricar mother and grand-1 cclll or the s -for crease in sales timing August, a Fisher, ivno pass- j rale below the pace for the first sPace 01 "me, no lapse ot TOifare years, can dim the treas- ured past. A loving memory keeps it dear, affection holds it fnel If we'were ashed our dearest! farc' Mr- Barrett saigl- wish, with fervent lips j would pray, Oh God, turn back the hands This will result in municipal- more money to recipients than Ihcy now have lo pay for wel- itics hire paying welfare FIXKI) Sinn CALGAUY (CP1 Kenneth Honry Slromherg, of Cal- gary was convicted in provin- cial court Wednesday of making harassing telephone calls lo left of lime, please let my mother stay. loved and remem-1 borer.1 by son Don, Bcryle [O Todd. 23 I I STITILING Cem- I clcry Committee has received SliTTO CAMPMGN a lct'cr 'rom "le executors of j the cstalc of the late Harriet WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- Preecc of New Dayton. This Mayor Hod Sykcs and fined lor Fred 11. Harris of Oklahoma has a campaign office in Wash- ington from which lo launch his Democralic presidential hid ex- peeled late this month. The "Harris for president" office opened Wednesday in a four-sto- rey lownhousc in Washington. It is staffed by 35 persons. Idler informed chairman Ken Pclersen and commillcc mem- ber Doyd Ilirscbo that Mrs. Preecc hart named (he Sdrllng Cemelery Committee as a ficinry in her will lo receive Mrs, Preeco, her hus- band, and his brother have liccn taid to rest in Stirling Ceme- tery. Siberian gas, oil probe stepped up TOKYO (Renter) An influ- ential Japanese economic or- "anizaticn has announced plans for slopped up co-operalioii with tlie Soviet Union in ex- ploiting Siberian natural gas and oil resources. The Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren) said agreement has been readied be- tween 10 top business leaders, representing the Japan-Soviet Union Economic Co-operation Committee, and senior officials of the foreign and internal ional trade and industry ministries. The businessmen decided to go ahead with Iwo proiccls lo explore oil dcjwsils in Tyumen, western Siberia, and to obtain stable natural gas supplies for Japan through a pipeline from North Sakhalin and Yakutsk, caslcrn Siberia, A mission will go shortly to Yakutsk to examine Ihe project furlhra-. SEASIDE SHOOT TORQUAY, England (CP) The Wild West hit a resort in Devon (his summer. Sporting a stcUou and high-heeled boots, a myslcry midnight cowboy lerri- 'icd local residenls and holiday makers by roaring around in a multi-colored van firing blanks rom a dx-shootcr. B E HARDWARE i DISCOUNTS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE! Good Selection of Baseball and Softball Bats Limited Supply of Gun Cases PATIO TORCHES Reg. 9 TO CLEAR! ALL BASEBALL GLOVES 1 3 OFF PRICE 18" PORTABLE BARBECUE (Folding Reg. each. A Of) NOW ONLY H.OO NOW ONLY Or buy D pair for only.......................... FISHING ROD, REEL and LINE Spin Casting. Complete, only BOYS' FOOTBALL HELMETS Reg. each. 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