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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD 59 MALE FEMALE HELP WANTED _ Monday, January 11, 70 GARDENING WANTED EXPERIENCED MUSl- Need drummer wllh equipment ,nd slnser. Conlacl Spencer, 5H-2M, BlBlrmore. an-m MIDDLE-AGED HUSBAND AND WIFE tV.m tna In run molel iArallon In sooltem Alberta lown Evcellenl and permanent poslllon (or the rlghl parly. For Inlervlew 37, Herald. 61 TEACHERS WANTED Government of Canada DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT has positions for TEACHERS Kindergarten-Sl. Paul, Goodfish Lake, Frog lake Elementary Frog Lake and St. Paul Junior High St. Paul Industrial Arts Fort Chipewyan Applicants must possess valid Alber- ta Teaching Certificate. Quole No. 400. Submit applications Immedlalely to Staffing Officer, Department of In- dian Affairs and Northern Develop- ment, 27lh Floor, CN Tower, cdmon- ton 15, Alberta. C98J9-31 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot tells you now Phone 328-3436, Columbi- School of Broadcasting. MEN WOMEN COUPLES MOTEL CAREERS AVAILABLE Would you like lo meet sxciling people have security, Iravel and live In pleasant surroundings? Train al home as Molel Managers, Housekeepers, Hostesses Age no bar- rier Maturity an asset. For free Infor. malion, wrlle or call today CAREER TRAINING No. 3-113 16th Ave. N.W. Calgary, Alberta FOB FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC JHONE FOR OUR WINTER WORKS PRO- gram We TAKING ORDERS glvtol FREE ESTIMATES on rlmmTng ol TREES and HEDGES, to done Ihls winter. Phoni 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK- ens _ Pan Hens 32c Ib., roosters, JBc Ib. Also Irlers, 38C Ib. Free delivery. H. Dycfc, Coaldale, 3JS- 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES KITTEN TO BE GIVEN AWAY. SIX weeks old. Phone 318-1141. 4253-1 TWO PART CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES Phone 327-1227. S189-3 LOVELY FOR SALE. PHONE ttOW LAP DOG OR LAP RUG CLASSI- fied Ads sell anything. Phone lor an ad-writer now. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SELLING TRANSPORT AND WARE- house, serving soulhern Albrrla com- munilles. Wll established. Good rev- enue. Box it. Herald. A274-5 YOUR BIG OPPORTUNITY MAY BE wailing in "Business Opportunity'' In Ihe Classified section today. Check now. FORTY SEAT RESTAURANT. yearly Intake. full price. Write Box V, Herald. (M FOR SALE ONE-THIRD SHARE OF barber shop In Medicine Hal. Phone 328-OCBS or wrile P.O. Box 490, Leth- bridrje. 5B02-31 STORE BUILDING For sale or rent on main street Taber, 2.1x98 ft. Write Box 59, Herald. WILL "SET UP" RELIABLE AND xperienced parly In restaurant busi- ness In thriving southern Alberta lown. -Excellent polenllal. Financial res- ponslbllily lo "Lease" required. Seno full and complete resume to: Box 11, Herald. TRUDY Carai (Jf Jhankt, Jrn DEATHS WADDLE Passed away in Tiber on tiunday, January 30, 972, Edward of Taber. Funer- al arrangements will be announced when completed. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL IOME LTD., Taber, in Charge. "We'd like to stay longer, but Trudy can stand just so much of Harry." PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE My wife Wanda Fehr, having left my hud and board, I will no longer to resporslble for any debts Incurred by her. John Fehr. J7fi WELL LOCATED 20 ACRES WITH two duplexes and collage. All rentcd. Fully modern. Natural gas. 20 minutes from Lethbrldge. Ideal for trailer court. Phone 328-1810, after 6pm. 6105-1 WELL LOCATED CONCRETE AND brick constructed building. 40 by 50 ft on 50 by 175 ft. lol. All fenced. Full basement. Up and down plumb- ing. At present" Is operated as grocery and confeclionery. This p-.-operty mual be sold and Is priced right for quick sale For further Information call a salesman from HAY REALTY LTD. C9346-1I PAVE YOUR WAY TO A PAY RAISE FREE page book "Career Opportu- nities" tells you haw to tram al home (or top paying lobs. Check career Interest Automobile Civil Engim'ei !ng Career Diesel Engireering Drafting and Design Electrical Eingineerlna Electronic Engineering Forestry Career Mechanical Engineering Professional A.P.E. Exams Surevying and Levelling Architectural Cduer Bookkeeping Career Cost Accounting Career Computer Programming Business Managemcnl Art and Writing Careers i Guitar and Piano Playing Photography Career w High School Diploma 100 Specialist Careers Radio and TV Refrigeration Welding Clcrk-Typlsr Stenographer Legal Sec. Privnte Sec. Medical See. Chemical CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Room 36, 263 Adelaide SI. W., Toronto 129, Ontario NAME AGE ADDRESS NEWS AND NOVELTY SHOP Located In Taber, Alberta popula- tion of with a prosperous sur- rounding area. The building Is leased al SB5 per month, space of 25 x 40. The operation can be easily run with one person flnd very comforlably wllrt a couple. The stock consists of books, confeclions, giftware, cig a r e t I e s, cards, "Gibson" and miscellaneous ilems. Equipment consists of cash register, adding machine (2) glass top front counters, riling cabinet, five sections cf card racks, coke machine and Ice cream freezer, several other miscellaneous displays. With wide range of glflware, the turnover could definitely be increased. Ideal for re- tired couple. TABER TAXI POPULATION This opera I Ion Is owned by the same people as the News and Candy Shop. t Is for sale separately or with the News Shop. There Is also pin ball machines and pop coolers. Pin ball in share basis 60-40. This could be expanded lo a three car business and the owners say that In the spring and harvest season, business Is great. and a 1966 Chev. The service stall Is rentable. Records available to sin- cere buyer. Contact Exclusive Listers HAY REALTY LTD. for details 327-7077 or 327-7975. C982MI 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST ONE SKATE, MEN'S SIZE 12, Coaldale area. Phone 32B-4W5. 625M LOST TINY WHITE DOG, MALE, no collar. Child's pet. Phone 327-3939 W 328-5W7. aiM-S 66 PERSONAL EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER- vlce. Weddings, clubs, etc. Phone 328- 2B67. 54B1-7F YOU CAN TRUST CLASSIFIED ADS to deliver your message to all corners of town In hours. Phone 330-4411 for an ad-writer now. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wilh a drinking problem. Phone 377-8049 or 328-3246, afler a.m. DATING By computer For fun, friendship and marriage Send name, address and age In confidence Co: COMWAT, Box 13B5, GrerM Falls, Montana. 59430. adults only. 627MEF 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND itR- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BR1DGE 32M962. 3751-11 DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workman ship. Phone 328-7362. 5S30-5F SOUTHERN AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same day service. 123: 2nd Ave. S. Phone 338-5114. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No Job Too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. C7353-tf 69B TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES SIX DAY TOUR TO LAS VEGAS Transportation and accommodation. J120 Kr person. ConTacT Norlhern Bus nes Bt 377-3536. C97S2-7 GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA AND FORESTS DEPARTMENT OF LANDS ALBERTA FOREST SERVICE INVITATION TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS with the words 'Tender for palrol aircraft. Bid No. -72" marked on Ihe envelope will be eceived by the undersigned up to noon Mountain Slandard Time !5th day of February 1972 to supply jnder charter, the following aircraft or aerial patrol and any require- ments In connection with forest pro- iction. (a) one Cessna 180 aircraft (b) experienced pilot aircrew to >llol and maintain fht alrcratl Alberta and in adjacent border areas of Saskatchewan and British Colum- ila, the Northwest Territories and he Federal Parks If required, from 1st day of May 1972 to the 31 st day ol July if71. Any successful bidder, p.lor TO the effective dale of an agreement, must obtain trom the Air Transport Com- mit lee, permission lo operate through- out Ihe Province of Albsrla and olh- sreas as stipulated within Ihe Agreement as required by Ihe fire situation without regard lo protective bases. PUBLIC OPENING of tenders will Jake place in Ihe Conference Room, Albcna Forest Service Depot, located at 10425 120 Avenue, Edmonton, Al- berta, at P.M. Mountain Stan- dard Time on 3Plh day of February 1972. Tenders must submitted on Ihe 'orms provided by the Director. Ten- der forms, aircraft and crew speclfi' cations, blank agreement and add! lional Information may be obtained at Ihe Alberta Forest Service Depot from the Fire Control Dispatcher. Phone 479-5921 Ext. 33. The lowest or eny tender not nee- isarlSy accepted. R. STEELE OF FORESTRY EDMONTON J72 74 LOANS A INVESTMENTS PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO 3UALIFY CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESI- DENCE 355-7641, ANYTIME. 5657-1 f SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of morlgage loans. 9662-3 Want a second income? Third income? Unique business op- portunity. Minimum invest' ment. Earnings unlimited. Write Box 52, Herald. X20J6-4 75 CONTRACTS C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS For your snow removal. Private drive- ways. 328-4745. C9529-H CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS ns, renovations. Call Ted ging- ham construction. 327-3284. 4Q7B-II SIDING, RUMPUS ROOMS, CUP- boards, finishing, framing, all remod- elling needs. No Job too small. 32B- 0987, 7 fl.m.-7 p.m. 5876-1 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-66B2. C7377-H FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, waler proofing., in sured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2E6 C3Ml-t ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3IB- 5745. C1936-1 FRAMING, FINISHING RUMPUS rooms, cupboards and all remodelllnc needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 345-3493. 5377-2 F BOX NUMBER REPLIES 1, i, 7, 9, 10, 19, 33, 39, 40, 41, 142, 150 PLEASE READ YOUR AD should rend Ihelr ad verlisements and REPORT ERROR! in lime for the next Insertion- Thi Herald Is only responsible for the firs Incorrect Insertion. Committee unveils plan for election TORONTO (CP) The Com- mittee for an Independent Can- ada unveiled plans here to make economic and cultural na- ionalism major issues in the ederal election expected later this year. Formed about 20 months ago and officially established at its irst annual meeting last month in Thunder Bay, Ont., the com- mittee describes itself as politi- cally non-partisan. But national chairman Eddie Goodman said at a news confer- ence the committee would bo abdicating its responsibility i' t did not try to influence the election outcome. "We would be losing one of our great sources of strength if we gave up our political affilia- said Mr. Goodman, a To- ronto lawyer and former na- tional director of the Progres- sive Conservative Party. Walter Gordon, former Lib- eral finance minister, is honor- ary chairman of the committee. Mr. Goodman said the com- mittee would not endorse any political party but will attempt in impress upon candidates the need for nationalistic policies. JUDICIAL SALE OF PROPERTY The following property Is ollered for sale by 'ender subject to restrictions In Ihe existing Certificates of Title: Parcel One The anfl SWA Section Township 8, Range IB, West ot the 4th Meridian, containing 480 acres more or less EXCEPTING thereout acres more or less Parcel Two The NE and the SEW! ol Section 30, Township S Range 18 Wesl ol Ihe 4th Meridian, each containing 1M acres more or less. Parcel Three The ol Section 30, Township 5 Range Wesl ol the 4th Meridian conlainlng 320 acres more or less Secondly, the 5 H rod! Ihroughou ot legal subdivisions 2, 3, and 4 In Secllon 31, In said Township, con raining 90 acres mora or less Parcel Four The whole of Section 31, Township 3 Range 16, West ol the 4lh Meridian containing 64Q acres more or less, EXCEPTING Ihereout legal sub- divisions 2, 3, and 4, containing JO acres more or less RESERVING out ol all parcels of iands all mines and minerals and Ihe right to worK the same. This property Is a farm In Ihe N Daylnn area of Ihe Province cl Al berla the farm buildings are located on Section 30, Township 5, Range la and Include 2 dwellings, a barn, a garage, 2 sleel granaries, a hog barn chicken house, 2 feed sheds and 1 olhe granaries, one being 12X100 feel- Tenders In sealed envelopes markec SC 14136 accompanied by a marker; cheque or cash for 10% ol the amoun of the tender must be In Ihe hands 0 the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Cour House, Lelhbrldge, Alberta, by o'clock noon February 25lh, A.D. 1972 The balance ol Ihe purchase price shall be paid Into Court wllhln 3 days alter acceptance of Ihe lender II the successful lender does not com plele the purchase alter acceptanc ol Ihis lender, the deposit shall be lorleited. The highest, or any tender not necessarily accepted. Cheques o unsuccesslul lenders will be returned lo them. For further particulars apply In Messrs. Slringam Denecky an Balnes, Barristers and Solicitors, 309 Canada Trusl Building, Lelhbrldge Alberla. DATED at the Clly ol Lelhbrldge, li Ihe Province ol Alberla, this Ifll day ol October, A.D. 1971, C. YANOSIK L.J.S.C. Alex A. Gllchrisl Clerk of Iht Court McNBLLIS Passed away t Claresholm on Friday, Jan- uary 28, 1972, Hilda Marie Mc- tellis, aged 70 years, beloved wife of Elmer McNellis of Pin- ner Creek. Requiem Mass wlil e celebrated in St. Michael's Catholic Church Tuesday at a.m., Rev. M. Hagel cele- irant. Interment, F a i rview >metery. Friends may meet or prayers in Eden's Funeral tome on Monday at p.m. arrangem e n t s by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME ,TD. Pincher Creek. C9B63 Bardot tiffs with sister over suite PARIS (Reuter) A court ease between movie star Bri- gette Bardot and her younger sister, Mijanou, over a dispute: apartment was postponed yesterday for three weeks Court sources said the sisters would probably settle the mat- ter privately. The the fash ionable Left Bank-belongs to the 38-year-old star who lent i to Mijanou and her husband some time ago. Brigette recently decided to sell the property and offered Mijanou Uie use of another apartment in an even smarter area of Paris. Mijanou said she wanted to stay put, so Brigjtte went to court to seek a civil order to ge her out, SYDNEY, Australia (Reuter t The Royal Winnipeg Ballel arrived here Friday for a na tionwide tour. Among the 30-strong ballet, Is a Sydney girl, Louise Naughton 24, who arrived Thursday !o prepare her parents to meet her fiance, William Lark, also with the ballet. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO TENDER Sealed Tenders for the construcllo of approximately llneaj feet o concrete lined canal, of which lineal Is located In tha Medicln Hat area end lineal feet in th Bow Island area, will be received a the office of the Irrigation District u to p.m., local lime, February 25 1972. Security will be required. Coole of the drawings and specification may be obtained from the Irrlgatlo District office, on or afler Jsnuar 27, 1972, upon deposit of 335 In cheque made payable lo the Board ol DIrec tors. The Board reserves the right I reject any or all tenders. The Board of Directors, St. Mary River Irrigation District, Box 278, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE NO ANSWER TO BIRDSTRIKE Part 1 ORNITHOLOGISTS POINT OUT THAT FOULNESS LIES ON THE MAIN MIGRATION ROUTE OF GULLS AND GEESE, AND THAT AIRCRAFT WILL DISTURB THIS PATTERN ME PROPOSAL TO SITE NEW AIRPORT AT ON THE THAMES ESTUARY HAS BROUGHT PROTESTS FROM TWO OPPOSING QUARTERS. THIS BITUATION HIGHLIGHTS AN INCREASINGLY SERIOUS WORLDWIDE FLYING HAZARD THAT NO ONE SEEMS ABLE TO SOLVE I CONVERSELY AIRLINES KNOW THAT THE RISK OP STRIKING AIRCRAFT IS NINE TIMES GREATER AT FOULNESS THAN FARTHER INLAND. MCCARTHY Passed away n Port Macleod on Friday, January 28, 1972, James Mc- Carthy, aged 88 years, ot Fort tocleod. Born in Kinburn, On- ario he came to the Fort Mac- eod 'district in the 1920s, where re farmed and later delivered milk in the town of Fort Mac- eod. He was also employed many years with Johnson Saw- mills of Cowley. The funeral service will be held in the Christ Church Anglican on Wednesday at p.m., Eev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment, Union Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Fort tfaclcod. C9867 SHERWOOD Cleo Be- atrice, passed away in Card- ston on Sunday, January 30, 1972, at the age of 73 years, be- loved wife of the late Senate Sherwood. She leaves to mourn ler passing two sons, Ray- mond of Washington and Floyd of B.C. She was predeceased by her husband and two daugh- :ers, Josephine and Viola. Fu- neral services will be held in .he Alberla Stake Chapel on Wednesday, February 2 at 1 p.m., with Bishop Don Shaw of- ficiating. Interment will follow in (he Cardston cemetery. Friends may meet the family and piay their respects from 12 noon until prior to, the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD Directors of. Funera" Service. C9865 BEEKMAN Passed away in Fort Macleod on Saturday January 29, 1972, Petertje aged 57 years, beloved wife of Gerrit Beckman of Fort Mac- leod. Born in Ermelo, Nether- lands, she came to Canad: with her family in 1955 ant they have farmed in the south Macleod district until her death. Also survived by four sons, Elbert, Carbon, Alta. Dirk, Gerbrand and Gerrit o Fort Macleod; seven daugh ters, Mrs. H. (Gerritje) Vandenberg, Picture Butte Mrs. T. 'Dirkje Johanna' Thaine, Calgary, Mrs: D. (Jo hanna) Wesley, Mrs. F (Petertje) Van Ee, Elbertje Gerda and Gerdina, all of Fort Macleod; 20 grandchildren three brothers and time sis lers. The funeral service will be held at the Beekman resi dence, 10 miles south and hal mile -west of Fort Macleod on tire Blue Trail on Tuesday a p.m., Rev. Adrian Bree- man 0 f f i c i a t ing. Interment Union Cemetery. Funeral ar rangcments by EDEN'S FU NERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C986C BIEGUN Albert of Blair more, passed away in the Pincher Creek Hospital, Janu ary 28, 1972, at the age of fl9 years. He was bom in Radzich owy, Poland on December 31 1882. He came to Canada set tling in Michel, B.C. in 1901 and later came to Blairmon where he resided since. He was predeceased by his wife Mag dalene in Blainnore in 1959, a daughter Pauline in Calgary in 1969 and three sisters in Po land. He was a member of thi Slovak Society, P.S.V.P.S. He worked as a miner in Bank head, Michel, Hillcrest and Blairmorc mines until his re- tirement. Survivors i n cludi three sons, Charles, White- horse, Yukon, Edward and Louis of Calgary; eight grand children and one great-grand child. Requiem Mass will be celebrated In St. Anne's Catho- lic Church at 1 p.m., Friday February 4. Interment will fol low in Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations will be gratefully ac copied by the Dr. E. Alcllo Me- morial Fund, in care of Crows nest Pass General Hospital marking donations "In mem ory of Albert Blcgun." FAN TIN CHAPELS LTD., U in charge. C9B64 FUNERALS VISI1LUFF Funeral ser- vice for Mary Vishloff, who died Jan. 24, 1972, was held tiursday, Jan. 27, 1972, In the touktobors Prayer Home, .undbreck, with interment fol- owing in the Doukhobors Cem- tery. Pallbearers were Ken Gevatkow, Alex Kabatoff, Har- y Salekin, Bill, Fred and Don Vlshlow. Eden's Funeral tome, Pincher Creek, Djvec- ors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BOGART Funeral service or Julia Bogart, who died Jan. 2, 1972, was held at p.m. "uesday. Jan. 25, 1972, in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Creek, with Rev. M. Hagel offi. dating. Pallbearers were leorge Allred, Frank Bonerts, Bonertz, Joe Bruder, frank Conalty and Paul Meyer, nterment was in the Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was In charge of Hie arrangements. IIERBIG Funeral service or Lester William Harbig, who died Jan. 23, 1972, was held at :30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, 1972, in the Pincher Creek Jnited Church with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Honorary jallbearers were Carl Baslian, 3lto Bonertz, Ted Carlson, Jim Eddy, Clarence Fredel, F. '.ynch-Slaunton, Frank Skierka and Arthur Tustian. Pallbear- ers were Mike Dziedzic, Leslie Jasman, H. Lynch Staunton, Ralph and William Michalsky and B. Warren. Eden's Funera] Home Ltd., Pincher Creek Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ZALIPULIA Funeral set- rice for Peter Zalipulia, who died in the city Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1972, at the age of 85 years, was held at 3 p.m. Friday, Jan, 28, 1972, in the Christensen Chapel with Rev. Richard Zubach officiating. Pallbearers were Bryan and Lome Franz Don J a r v i e, John Burla George Ferenz and Bil Semach. Interment was in the Mount CaJvary section o M o u n tain View Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. EDITH IRVING deposited money NEW YORK (AT) Two new reports arose Sunday in the Clif- ord Irving-Howard Hughes au- Sowed MLA presses for govt. action EDMONTON (CP) A mem- ber of the Social Credit oppo- sition said here the Alberta gov- ernment should take action be- cause of the "devastating ef- ects" of the air-strike on the >rovince's economy. "An investigation of the ef fects of the strike on large and small businesses and industries and individuals must be under- with a view to as- sisting them in recovery if per- manent damage or hardship las occurred said 'ilson, member for Calgary ow. The Social Credit spokesman on industry said also that fed- eral provincial discussions must be initiated "with a view ,o co-ordinated action on estac- ishing a modern formula for negotiation of labor manage- ment contracts without the re- currence of strikes and lock- outs." CARD OF THANKS COOK The family of the late Mr. Fred Cook wish to ex tend sincere thanks and appreci ation for all the many kind nesses, messages of understand ing and sympathy and to those who sent flowers. Special thanks to those who helped with th lunch at the house and to al those who sent food to us ii our time of need. We extern appreciation to Rev. and Mrs Wm. Barber of Claresholm and to Rev. Martin and member of the Church of the Nazarene in Picture Butte. To those wh sent donations to the Memoria Fund at Lhe Picture Butte Hos pital, we extend a big than you. The kindness and car given Fred by the staff an doctors of the Picture Butt Hospital shall always be re- membered. and Larry Ken and Dawna; Marjorie and family. 6263 IN MEMORIAM MURPHY In loving mem ory of our wife, mother an grandmother, Elizabeth, wbc passed away January 31, ]966. A silent thought, a secret tear Keeps her memory ever dear Time takes away the edge o grief, But memory turns back everj leaf. missed by Sandy Frank, Janet and famil from Calgary. 627 Deaths Yesterday By THE Palm Springs, Nalbanson, 81, a pioneer in the motion picture industry in Can ada and former president o, Mctro-Goldwyn-Mayer of Can ada. Evanslon, David Yi yung Hsia, 46, internationally known pediatrician whose re- search led to control of tin mentally-retarding d i s o r d e pbcnylkctomiria. Turin. Metalli Rossi de Montelcra, 68, phtlan thropist and president and gen cral manager of the Martini am Rossi Vermouth Co. Criflckk, N..1.-A1 KCIT, 51 secretary-treasurer of the Sea fnrcrs International Union a North America since 1965. Cold kills 14 TEHRAN (AP) A freak cold snnp has killed 14 Iranian and left thousands of motorists stranded on four highway! Into Tehran, report! said here. Hughes material from computer? tobiography case: that Irving spent some of Ihe in- tended tor Hughes and that he also obtained, material for his from a computerized sum- mary of the billionaire's press dippings. Meanwhile, federal authorities n Florida confirmed they were checking s ubpoenaed hotel records in connection with Irv- ng's reported rendezvous with Hughes. Irving, who said the material [07 the book came from a series of interviews -with the billionaire recluse admitted through his lawyer last week that in cheques paid by the McGraw- Hill Publishing Co., nod in- tended for Hughes, was depos- ited in a Swiss bank by Irving's wife, Edith, posing as "Helga R. Hughes." Irving's lawyer, Maurice Nes- sen, said Mrs. Irving later with- drew the money and redeposited it in another Swiss bank, where it remained intact. However, CBS and Time Mag- azine said Sunday that Mrs. Irv- ing had deposited only in the second bank. The network said Irving had spent of the remainder and the othsr "is somewhere on sunny Mediterranean isle of the Spanish island where the Irvings live. Time's version was that "Irv- ing is now frantically trying to raise in case he has to pay it back to McGraw-Hill. CBS also reported that .at the second bank Mrs. Irving sd the name 'Hannah Rozen- crantz" to open the account, with a West German identity card in that name. The real Hannah Rozencrantz, CBS said, is married to Mrs. living's tor- mer husband. POINT TO SOURCE Meanwhile, various news re- ports indicated a possible source of Irving's material was a printout of a computerized collection of news stories and memoranda sbout Hughes com- piled with the aid of a computer expert, Dr. John Pettit. Although the information was reported to have been. compiled tor the use of the Hughes organ- ization, there was speculation that all or part of it was sup- plied to Irving by a disgruntled former or present Hughes em- ployee. Richard Hannah, the Hughes public reVSons man who ar- ranged the Jan. 7 telephone con- ference call in which man identified as Hughes talked to reporters, said Sunday there was a "book" of biographical ST PAUL (CP) An BO- data on Hughes but it wouldn't round wolf believed respon- have been enough material for sible for several dead cattle Irving's 999 pages of text. Killer wolf destroyed by wardens has been destroyed by game has been esroye y game wardens in this region of north- today before a Manhattan grand ___ n__ iivi-ir anrt olcn ic ror.rrt4.ar1 (ft jury" and also is reported to have been asked lo appear be- officer fore a federal grand jury in eastern Alberta near ihe Sas- katchewan border. Regional wildlife u 11 John Doonanco said today the New York, wolf, one of a pair involved in the cattle killing, was spotted recently from a department aircraft. Ground personnel were directed to the animal and it was shot to death. "Our action followed com- plaints from farmers in the northeast of the province that several of their cattle had been bruised to the extent they had to be shipped to Mr. Doonanco said. There was no estimate on tlie number of cattle killed. "There is a report that a dog is running with one of the wolves but this had not been confirmed. We will resume the hunt for the remaining wolf when the weather becomes milder." Department of fish and wild- life personnel are the only per- sons legally permitted to shoot wolves. Tories plan nomination meetings EDMONTON (CP) The Progressive Conservative party will hold 10 meetings to nomin- ate a candidate in the vast fed- eral constituency of Rocky Mountain House in southwest- cm Alberta. Hugh Gourlay of Banff, one of three candidates seeking the nomination, said the first meet- ing will be held March 6 and the last March 15. The oUicr announced candidates urc Joe Clark and Doug Castin, both of Edson. Mr. Gourlay was the party candidate In Rocky Mountain House In the last federal elec- tion. Tough law BRAZZAVILLE, Conijo (Re- public Rculcrs) No one uncicr the age of in will be allowed out atom after nine at night In the West African Mate of Gabon. Irving is scheduled to appear Nepal Iiing dies after secure KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) King Mahendra of Nepal died today after suffering a heart at- tack Monday, the government announced, whe was 51 and had been kuig for nearly 16 years. King Mahendra was immedi- ately succeeded by his oldest son, 25-year-old Crown Prince Birendra, as ruler of the Hindu kingdom in the Himalayas be- tween India and Tibet. Mahendra was the first ruler to thrust off the cloak of Isola- tion and bring progress to land- locked Nepal. He institut abolished the caste system, ended polygamy and invited large amounts of foreign aid which gave Nepal airports, highways, hospitals, schools and industry- OUT OF HOSPITAL I.lculcnant-Govcrnor John n. Nicholson, 70, has been re- leased from hospUnl, where he wns tr.kcn afler he col- lapsed at a slate, dinner at British Colurabld'i govern- ment house. ;