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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Thursday, October 24, 1974 WALTER KERBER photo One big boar Auctioneer Joe Perlich, left, and buyer Joe Vanee, high and measured seven feet long. Sold by Norm both of Lethbridge, watch the largest boar to be sold Qber of Coaldale, the boar brought It will at Perlich Bros. Auction Market munch on some be shipped to Eastern Canada by Mr. Vanee for wood shavings. The boar, a Yorkshire about four slaughter and use in the Chicago market, years old, weighed 940 pounds, stood 40 inches Girl soldiers to Mideast OTTAWA (CP) The arm- ed forces plan to send about 50 women to the Middle East early next year to make up part of the Canadian con- tingent in the United Nations Emergency Force It will be one of the first times in years of peacekeep- ing that women will make up any significant part of such Canadian operations. The forces said today that volunteers have been re- quested to fill such positions as teletypists and that will keep the women in the Cana- dian compound at Ismaeiia, Egypt, and not in the front lines. Canadian troops are mainly playing a support role in the Middle East and as such most of the personnel are tradesmen. Hearst seeks help from ex-mobster LOS ANGELES (AP) A retired mobster has been enlisted by Randolph Hearst to help in the search for his daughter, 'Patty, the Los Angeles Tunes says. The Times says the news- paper executive met recently with Mickey Cohen, 61, in Los Angeles and discussed an offer to help from the onetime gangleader while they dined at an exclusive restaurant. "I guess finding that young lady was the main topic of Cohen told the Tunes. Hearst said Cohen "might be able to help, and of course anything he could do to help would be appreciated." Hearst is president and editor of the San Francisco Examiner. Miss Hearst, believed to be in the Los Angeles area and travelling with SLA members William and Emily Harris, has been missing more than five months. BUYNEW CANADA SAVINGS EVERY YEAR FOR9YEARS New Canada Savings Bonds are a great combination of security, income and flexibility. They're a secure investment, backed by all the resources of Canada. They pay a year, guaranteed to you year after year for 9 years. Canada Savings Bonds can be bought for cash or on installments wherever you bank or invest, in amounts from up to And, as always, they are cashable anytime at their full face value plus earned interest. Buy New Canada Savings Bonds today. And remember, past Series of Canada Savings Bonds are now worth more than ever. The cash bonus payments have been increased to produce, from September 1, 1974 to maturity, an average annual yield of Complete details are available where you bank or invest. DEATHS PARR Passed away in the city on Tuesday, October 22, 1974, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Esther Alice Rosa Parr at the age of 35 years, beloved wife of Mr. James Robeit Parr of Stirling. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, Oc- tober in St. Mary The Virgin Anglican Church, with Canon R. Cowan officiating. Interment will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3804 ARCHIBALD Passed away in the city on Wednesday, October 23, 1974, following a brief illness, Mrs. Mae Edna Archibald at the age of 66 years, beloved wife of Mr. James (Jim) Grant Archibald of 251015th Ave. S. Born, raised, and educated in the Balzac District the late Mrs. Archibald came to Lethbridge in 1942, where she had resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Norma Pitman of Saskatoon, Miss Marlene Archibald and Mrs. W. L. (Sylvia) Spivey, both of Calgary; two grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. J. W (Bea) Ralston and Mrs. Ethel Milton, both of Calgary; two brothers, Mr. George Northcott and Mr. Russel Northcott, both of Balzac. She was predeceased by two brothers The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, October 25, 1974, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 70313th St. N., with Mr. William C. Thwing of- ficiating Interment will follow in the Family Plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD, Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C3806 SAVAGE October 22, i374, Edwin Stephen, aged 86 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Nellie Savage of the George Boyack Nursing Home, Calgary. Born in Queenborough, Kent, England, he came to Canada in 1911 and settled at Glenwood, Alberta. He moved to Lethbridge in 1940 and had been a resident of Calgary since 1964. Mr. Savage was a High Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and participated in many of the organizations and musical activities Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons and their wives, Gordon and Joan Savage, Calgary and Bruce and Barbara Savage, Lethbridge; three daughters and their husbands, Harold and Melba McNeil, Tucson, Anzona, Thomas and Rita McCullough, Calgary and Thomas and Joyce Simpson. Calgary; twenty-two grandchildren and five great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Rose) Hensen, in California and Mrs. Frank (Annie) Layton, Lethbridge. He was predeceased by a daughter, Marguerite Smith on July 6, 1957 in California. Services at the Calgary Alberta North Stake Centre of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 5927 Upton Road N.W., Calgary on Friday at a.m. Bishop Brian H. Nelson of the Calgary Second Ward officiating. Graveside services at Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridge at p.m. THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral Home) 540 16 Ave. N.W., Calgary, Directors. C3797 SECURITY INCOME FLEXIBILITY IN MEMORIAMS FRAYN We remember with love our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away October 24, 1973, and sadly missed. Smart and family, Cyril Hills, Bill Hills and family, Bert Hills and family 4282 HUGHES In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather Arthur, who passed away Oc- tober 24, 1968 The stars shine on a silent grave. Not very far from here, Where sleeps in dreamless slumber, The one we loved so dear. Unseen, unheard, he is always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear remembered by wife Charlotte, family and grandchildren. 4246 IN MEMORIAMS FRAYN In loving memory of Nana Frayne who was promoted to glory Oc- tober 24, 1973. God saw you getting weary, He did what He thought best, He put His arms around you, And whispered, come and rest remembered by Alan and Pat Dean 4251 SAFARIK In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Emily, who passed away October 24, 1966. Beautiful memories, woven in gold, This is the pciture your lov- ed ones hold, Deep in our hearts your memories are kept, To love and to cherish and never forget remembered by Mom, Dad, Pat, Larry, Bradley and Nancy. 4247 FRAYN In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Mercy, who was promoted to glory Oc- tober 24, 1973 Good was her heart, and in friendship sound, Patient in pain and loved by all around, Her pains are o'er, her griefs forever done, A life of everlasting joy, she has now begun. remembered by Bill, Elsie, Dorothy and Sharon. 4250 MATY In loving memory of my wife Helen and Aunt Helen who departed from usv October 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. loved and sadly mis- sed by your husband Mike, mother in law Anna Maty, John and Barb Lyall 4060 FORSYTE In fond and loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mary J. Forsyte, who passed away October 24, 1970 Oh, for the touch of a loving hand and the sound of a voice that is still It's a lonely life without you and sad has been the way For life at home is not the same since you were called away. remembered and sadly missed by her lov- ing husband and son in Calgary. 4249 GRAF In loving memory of a dear husband who passed away October 24, 1958. A cluster of beautiful memories sprinkled with a million tears, Wishing God had spared you just a few more years, In my heart your memory lingers, always tender, fond and true, There's not a day goes by, dear husband, that I do not think of you I laugh, I smile, I play the part, But behind it all lies a broken heart. remembered by his wife, Emily. 4248 CARD OF THANKS HAMMON We wish to ex- press oar heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the doctor and nurses of the Picture Butte Hospital. Also to an those who sent flowers and sympathy cards and to those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement Hanunon family. 4306 GOURMET DIES ROANNE. France (Renter) One of the princes of French cuisine, Jean-Baptiste Troisgros, has died at the age of 77 following a heart attack. Relatives said Troisgros, who fuiMHkxl the restaurant bear- ing his name at Roanne. near Lyons, was taken ill Tuesday night while dining in a restau- rant in southern France and died later that night. His res- taurant has the nraca-covetod three star rating in the MWhehn guide. High prices benefit sugar firm NEW YORK (AP) Great Western United Corp. says soaring sugar prices resulted in a per cent increase in the corporation's after-tax profits during the third quarter of this year. Net income for the three- month period ended Sept. 30 increased to 120.96 million, or 19.23 a share. That compares with million, or three cents a share, earned in the same period in 1973. The cor- poration is the parent firm of Great Western Sugar Co., largest beet sugar processor in the United States. The twelve-fold increase ui- Great Western United's profits was generated by sales that doubled to million from million last year. Board chairman Robert Everett credited the sharp increase in earnings to the continuing high level of sugar prices. In slightly more than a year, the supermarket pnce of a fivepound bag of sugar has in- creased to as much as in some parts of the U S from 79 cents. Great Western Sugar's operating profit before taxes and administrative costs rose to million from million in the 1973 penod. Sales went to million from million a year ago. The sugar company's profit in the month of September alone was million on sales of million, but in 1973 was only million on sales of million. Car thief missed fortune SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) For two months, an auto thief didn't look in the trunk of the car he stole. It contained in nego- tiable securities and jewelry. Police who found the car abandoned Sept. 23 looked in the trunk Wednesday after they finally located the owner. They said the owner, David Sheldon, 75, of New York City, was packing for a trip to Florida July 10 when he plac- ed the valuables in the trunk, returned to his apartment for other items, and found the car gone when he returned to the street. Theft of the car was re- ported, but not the loss of the stocks, bonds and jewels, be- fore Sheldon went on to Flor- ida where he is recovering from a stroke. Mexican holding hostage in Italy NICE (Renter) An armed Mexican held an Air France ground hostess as hostage at the airport here today and told reporters he wanted to speak to French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing. The man, identified by police as Daniel Recalusso, was demanding that his wife be released from jail in Milan. He threatened to kill himself and his hostage -unless he received justice. But police in Milan said Recalusso's wife was not in jail. They said she had spent a few days in a local hotel and had left for an unknown destination. The hostess, Mrs. Danielle Fana, 30, said over the tele- phone at the airport, "Hell kill me if the police try to use force. He is very deter- mined Police said the man walked into the airport early this morning with another woman as hostage, having kidnapped her earlier in Monte Carlo. HELD WITH RIFLE The woman escaped and the gunman then took Mrs. Faria hostage and was holding her behind an airline counter with his rifle pointing at her bead. Air traffic between Nice and Paris was interrupted briefly. The Italian news agency Ansa said they contacted Recainsso by telephone and be told them his wife MariseOa had left her Milan hotel Wednesday to go to the police station to request an extension for tier pemHiL ;