File 2002.7.2.151 - Frank Perry – Candidate Sept 1956 clippings

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Frank Perry – Candidate Sept 1956 clippings

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Congratulations, clippings, re Election Frank Perry 1956 “Provincial Election 1956”- Frank S Perry Election Campaign 1956 Plus Liberal – Politics”
*newspapers PG Citizen Sept 17 1956 – p1 & 3

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Part of the H.G.T. (Harry) Perry fonds

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Frank Samuel Perry was a former newspaperman, Captain in the army, a lawyer, a Provincial Court judge, County Court judge and justice of the British Columbia Supreme Court. - Frank Perry, the son of Florence (Smith) Perry and Henry George Thomas Perry (Liberal MLA, Speaker of BC Legislature, Mayor of P.G., etc.) and brother to Sidney Perry, was born in Vancouver on November 22nd, 1917. Frank married Janet Horton (legal secretary) on May 29th, 1947. They had three daughters: Elaine Perry, Barbara (Perry) Desmarais and Leslie Perry. – Frank, in his mid to late teens was the editor of his father’s newspaper, The Prince George Citizen. At the outbreak of WWII, Frank joined the army and became a Captain. When he returned he pursued a career in law. He graduated from UBC and then opened up a law practice in Prince George. He battled with John Diefenbaker in court, a case which Frank lost, but helped to raise Diefenbaker’s profile. – In the 1950’s Frank, a City Barrister gave advice to Prince George’s mayor, Gordon Bryant. In 1956 Frank (with the Liberal Party) ran in the 25th British Columbia election. He lost to Ray Williston. In 1969, Frank was named Queen Counsel and a year later he was appointed a Provincial Court judge. In 1975, Frank was promoted to County Court judge in the Cariboo. In 1991, he became a B.C. Supreme Court judge. In 1992 Frank retired. – Frank died in Prince George of heart failure on May 2, 2002.

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