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Tuesday, May 31, 1966
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Guapw**, tint employ*! in battle in 15«, remained the most deadly military explosive until 1902 »ten TNT was introduced. Count «0 •btatainc. from * medium-sit* lemoo, about 3 Ubleepooni of lemon juice and about 1V» teaspoons of grated rind. Memorial riles Surveyor iTWiiimiAH fn\m Pa«a 1. • Butte death notices MURRAY - The funeral of Mrs. Vincentine Murray will be held from the chapel of the Duggan Merrill Mortuary Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick Church at 9. Interment in St. Patrick Cemetery. Rosary at St. Patrick Church this (Tuesday) evening at 7 o'clock. DUMONT — The funeral of Harvey Dumont will be held from the chapel of the Duggan Merrill Mortuary Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at the Immaculate Conception Church at 10. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary will be recited at the Immaculate Conception Church this (Tuesday) evening at 7 o'clock. O'SULLIVAN — The funeral of Mrs. Josephine Murphy O'Sullivan will be held from the chapel of the Duggan Merrill Mortuary Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Mary Church at 11 o'clock. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary at the mortuary chapel this (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock. SALVAGNI — The remains of Eliseo Salvagni are in the Duggan Merrill Mortuary. Wednesday they will be removed to the Scott Funeral Home in Whitehall, Montana, from where his funeral will take place Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Theresa Church at 10. Interment in Whitehall Cemetery. Rosary at Scott Funeral Home Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. This funeral will be held on Standard Time. LYFORD — The remains of Mrs. Stella E. Lyford, who passed away in Eugene, Oregon, are being forwarded to this city and upon arrival will be taken to the chapel of the Duggan Merrill Mortuary. Graveside services will be conducted in Holy Cross Cemetery Thursday at a time to be announced. Duggan Merrill Mortuary GEORGE PERRY, Mgr. til North Montana Telephone 723-3239 'Air Conditioned Chapels) ANZIK — The remains of Joseph (Joe) Anzik are in the drawing room of Saya- tovic-White's Funeral Home from where the funeral will take place at 9 a.m. (Tuesday), proceeding to the Holy Savior Church where Requiem High Mass will be celebrated at 9:30. Interment in Holy Cross. THOMAS - Mrs. Alice (Sweet) Thomas, formerly of Butte, passed away Sunday in a Spokane hospital. Her remains are being forwarded to Butte and are expected to arrive this (Tuesday) morning and will be taken to Saya- tovic-White's Funeral Home. Graveside services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the Mount M o r i a h Cemetery, with Rev. Leon Furrh officiating. FUNERAL HOME DOLAN'S MORTUARY AHO — Funeral services for Jacob (Jake) Aha will be conducted in the Wayrynen Funeral Home this (Tuesday) afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Rev. Oliver Jones officiating. Interment will be in Mount Moriah Cemetery. • Floral Ph«(» Sertlee Firkinr Art» MOADWAY AT ARIZONA PHONE Anaconda Deaths Attention: American Legion and veterans. Attention: Steelworkers Union. NICHOLES-The body of the late Pius Nicholes of 508 E. Park Avenue is at the Finnegan Company Funeral Home, from which place the funeral will be held on Wednesday morning at 8:45 o'clock, proceeding to St. Peter Church, where Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Interment with military honors by officers and members of the Anaconda Post No. 21 of the American Legion will be in the Veterans Plot in Hill Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited in St. Peter Church this (Tuesday) evening at 7:15 o'clock. Finnegan Co. Morticians "The Home of friendly Personal Serrice" A. A. Longfellow 107 Oak St. T. D. Savage Phone 543.5371 GREY—Funeral services for the. late Wal'ace C. Grey will be conducted Wednesdav afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Church of Jesus C h r i st of Latter - dav Saints, Bishop Milton Rubert officiating. The remains will be taken to the church Wednesdav morning at 10:30 o'clock to lie in state until the hour of services. Interment win hn in the family plot, Lower Hill Cemetery. Attention: Ml. Ansela Court W3. Women's Catholic Order of Foresters. KELLY—Funeral services for the late Mrs. Margaret Kelly will be conducted Wednesday mornirw at 8:45 o'clock from the Fischer Funp^al Chanel, proceeding to St. Pont Church where Requiem Mass wi'l be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Inler- ment will be in the familv n'ol, perpetual care secfion nf ML Olivet Cemeterv. The Rosarv will be recilort in the fungal chaoel this 'Tuesday) evening at 7:30 o'clock. Fischer F'meral Chanel 309 Cherry Street. Anaconda Phone 563-3421 The United States had 21 million horses in 1915, but the number dwindled as automobiles became popular. Horses numbered 12 million in 1935 and two million in 1960. (Continued from Page j was unable to answer the call to colors. He had been confined to the hospital until the last week. Other hands carried on for them Monday at the capstan of the Maine and at the USWV plot in Mount Moriah Cemetery. Services at the capstan were conducted by USWV auxiliary members assisted by Butte Post 1448, VFW, and at the VFW plot by VFW members and Auxiliary assisted by Navy Mothers of America and Veterans of World War I and Auxiliary. The United Veterans Council of Silver Bow County and allied patriotic organizations sponsored by the annual Memorial Day program. Patriotic organizations represented on the general committee were the USWV and Auxiliary, VFW and Auxiliary, Veterans of World War I of the USA and Auxiliary, Silver Bow Post of the American Legion Auxiliary, Disabled American Veterans and Auxiliary, World War I Widows and Gold Star Mothers. The parade was led by an Armed Forces color guard of Navy, Marine Corps, Army and Air Force personnel. In the line of march were the Butte Municipal Band, Mayor Thomas F. Powers. Mayor James R. Shea, Sheriff W. L. Dalling, County Commissioners Hubert Johnson, Mrs. Vera O'Connell and Gary Garrett, General Chairman of the Day Sylvester Graham, Parade Marshal Bernard Sullivan and aides, Oliver Atkins, Ted Fournier, Ray Tuszynski and Ben Hardin. Following the leadoff section were the Butte High School Band and twirlers, Ladies of the GAR, the USWV Auxiliary, Gold Star Mothers, Girls Central twirlers, Boys Central Band, VFW Color guard, members and auxiliary; American Legion color guard, members color guard and drum and bugle corp; American Legion Cub Pack. Navy Mothers, Veterans of World War I, Butte Aerie of Eagles Auxiliary, Twirlers and drum and Bugle Corps, Camp Fire Girls, Blue Birds, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouis and Cub Scouts of Troops 6 and 16. A police escort led the procession. Ceremonies at Monument At the monument of the Legion, drum and bugle corps played assembly. Raising of colors to half mast was by Butte Post of the VFW, the Butte Municipal Band played the National Anthem. General Chairman Sylvester Graham called the assemblage to order. Invocation was by the Rev. F. L. Furrh. Mrs. Kathryn Thompson read General Order No. 11, Cub Pack 16 members made presentation of the wreath. The band played "Faith of Our Fathers." Bene- dition was by the Rev. William Flemming. Taps were sounded by the Legion drum and bugle corp and colors were raised to full mast by Legion members to end the program. Deaths in Whitehall PRUETT — The remains of Mrs. Ruby Pruett, who passed away Saturday evning at Alhambra Manor, are at the Scott Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'cock (MST) at the Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Harold Snow officiating. Burial in the Whitehall Cemetery. Scott Funeral Home Whitehall, Montana LYONS — Funeral services for Francis B. Lyons will be conducted from Dolan's Mortuary Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Requiem High Mass will be celebrated in the Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. HALVORSON - Funeral services for Patricia Ann Halvorson, beloved infant of Mr. and Mrs. William Halvorson, will b« conducted from Dolan's Mortuary this (Tuesday) afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mass of the Angles wi lib celebrated in St. Ann Church at 2 o'clock. Iner- ment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. MLY-SHU UOKWAKY HOM 101 So. Idaho St.* Phone 723-3981 Why You Should Pre- Arrange The Funeral Services Making funeral arrangements in advance of need is both thoughtful and wise. It assures that your wishes will be followed — that your family will be spared many major decisions. There is no cost or obligation for our counsel. FUNERAL HOME 307.11 WEST PARK STREET BUTTE, MONTANA (Continued from Page 1) Wednesday. The astronauts watched the flight of Surveyor, a path they hope to follow before 1970. In addition to soothing the nation's ruffled pride, a successful performance by Surveyor would give Project Apollo planners a tremendous boost in preparing the two-man ship to follow the trail blazed by the robot spacecraft. American hopes of a manned landing by 1969 rode with Surveyor's task of sending back information on Dhe lunar surface. Its television camera is capable of flashing back hundreds, perhaps thousands of lunar landscape pictures- The stream of pictures will end if the delicate instrumentation falters in the intense heat —260 degrees—of the lunar day, or in about 12 days when the freezing lunar night begins with temperatures of 240 degrees below zero. The first picture transmitted will be a shot of one of the metal-cushioned landing legs to see if it is resting on a hard rocky surface or buried in a sea of fine dust. Release of the first picture to the public is expected within an hour of impact. This will be followed by a panoramic view as the camera sweeps across the lunar surface and transmits to earth fine-line pictures. Closeup images showing detail one-sixteenth inch in size—a grain of sand—can be taken. Photo mosaics will be made of the Surveyor impact area and detailed topographic and geologic maps will be compiled at JPL. Then top scientists in the lunar program will have a better idea of what a following Surveyor must learn and what eventually man will find when he first puts foot on the surface. "Speculation, including data we got from Russia's unmanned Luna 9 . . • is that the moon's surface is fairly gently rolling and with a fine layer of dust," said Dr. Robert J. Parks, director of the Surveyor project. Luna 9, unlike Surveyor with its solar energy panels, used regular storage batteries and died after three days on the moon. FIRST CALL with Memorial Day speakers in Bulie Montana Standard-Post — 1 3 »u)U-AnKW>d<, Montana // M»y 31, >Ht Buddhist dies (Continued from Page 1) flames spread over her body, the woman raised her hands in front of her face and interlaced her fingers in a posture of prayer. A monk spread Buddhist flags over llhe body and a cloth banner reading: "Sacrifice and sacrifice much more in order to warn Die irresponsible and heartless people about the crimes of the Americans and Chief of State Lt. Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu, Ky lackeys." The banner was in English, reflecting the Buddhist thirst for widespread publicity for their campaign against the Ky government. The woman's body was placed next to the coffin of a middle-aged mother of two who burned herself to death behind the pagoda Sunday night after witnessing day-long anti-government street demonstrations. Before dawn Sunday, a 55- year-old Buddhist nun burned herself to death in Hue, about 425 miles north of here. In the central highlands mountain resort of Dalat 150 miles from the capital, a monk committed self-immolation in front of his pagoda Monday morning. The fiery suicide Monday night came in spite of the appeal by Tarn Chau, the moderate Buddhist leader and rector of the Vien Hoa Dao Institute (pagoda), for an end to such acts. But monks laid another banner on the remains of the fourth victim which flaunted Chau's call for a "peaceful solution" to the Buddhist- government battle. (Continued from Page 1) though the time of the frontiersmen, to the space age. The price of freedom has been high. We have been a peace-loving people, but many times have had to fight and many have suffered and died to keep that peace. The war fur independence, the Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War I and II, The Korean Conflict and the war in Viet Nam today, were not and are not examples of a people looking for conquest or material gain. All of Ihem and all of the lives that have been losl, and will be lost were fought for an ideal. We thank God for the dedicated courage of those we commemoralc today. Let those of us who remain live up to the ideals for which they died." Speech by Rev. Sodja The Rev. Richard Sodja expressed similar sentimenls in his talk at the Bishop Finnegan Plot in Holy Cross Cemetery. He said: "Those men and women who gave their lives in defense of our country made the greatest act of love that any man can make. Their sacrifice was a victory of truth over evil, just as Christ's own sacrifice was a victory over sin. They won for us the preservation of that great American ideal, namely, a life of freedom and justice for all. We must never forget that it was their sincere love for God and country that motivated them to defend the principles of freedom, to safeguard the rich heritage of our nation. Let us be inspired by their example to Mining City hospital notes SILVER BOW GENERAL Admitted—Billy Rogers, 28 E. Woolman; Blodwen Bruyn, Los Angeles, Calif.; Delia Kipe, 240 E. Broadway; Walter Pericich, 2026 Garrison; Dave Witt, 1961 S. Arizona; Merton Comfort, 1815 Florence; Josephine Swanson, 1108 E. 5th St., Anaconda. Dismissed—Beverly Gummer, 1947 S. Wyoming; Mary Ann Sullivan, 934 W. Woolman; Walter McAuliffe, 1908 Adams; David Woodford, 2406 Gladstone; Suzanne White, 4% Mite View; Linnea Mattson, 2235 S. Drive; Ida Parrett, 4 Mile View; David Holodnick, 2219 Walnut; Katherine Stefonic, 2405 Elm; Arthur St. Amant, 1804 Lafayette; Catherine Rantio, National Hotel; Ann Kuga, 2214 Leatherwood; Bob Malloy, 357 E. Granite; Anthony Olson, 311 S. Dakota. ST. JAMES COMMUNITY Admitted-Mrs. Alletia Hentschel, 720 Sampson; Mrs. Jean Collins, 1203 Silver Bow Homes; Mrs. Betty Anderson, Anaconda; Mrs. Hulda Canalia, 350 Irwin; Mrs. Lois Christensen, Hall; Mrs. Laverne Cleverly, 531 S. Idaho; Pearl Long, 2314 Walnut; Carl Waisanen, 1418 Hobson; Mrs. Edna Barich, 1722 Lowell; Mrs. Susan Kangas, Portland, Ore.; Mrs.' Helen Bettle, 3124 Kennedy; Theodore Skinner, 3260 Amherst. Dismissed — Mrs. Ellen Jensen, 22 E. Woolman; Kenneth Smith, 116 N. Locust, Anaconda; Mrs. Helen Kane, 725 llth St.; Mrs. Mabel McCaig. 855 W. Quartz; James Jozovich, 2163 Johns; Stephen Shugrue. 980 N. Main; Baby Girl Lilliard, 1104 W. Broadway; Mrs. Thomas D. Rozinka and daughter, 647 Tra- vonia; Mrs. Ruth Kronwall, Warm Springs; Airs. Grace Fabatz, 1002 W. Broadway; Joseph T. Tucker, 1027A Utah; Mrs. Tanna Gomez, 737 N. Main; Mrs. Mary Phillips, 1015 California; Mrs. Donna Navarro, 280 E. Broadway; Mrs. John A. Fisher and son, 1813 Stewart; Cecil B. Hull, 852 W. Silver; Timothy' Cronnelly, 824 N. Montana; Mrs. Carol English, Dillon. FOOT ODOR? Now! Medical science has developed an aerosol deodorant that sprays away foot odor up to 2<1 hours. Quinsana Foot Deodorant instantly acts to dry perspiration as it kills odor-causing germs on contact. Its antiseptic spray is so fine it penetrates even tiny foot crevices, so safe you can spray it through socks or hosiery. Spray into shoes to help prevent lingering odor. Start every day with the soothing spray that instantly acts to stop foot, odor up to 2-1 hours. Use when necessary to soothe and cool hot, tired feet. Mcnnen Quinsana Font Deodorant at drug counters everywhere. Gemini 9 John L. Sanner, Dillon is dead DILLON—John L. Sanner, 75, retired Dillon cafe operator, died Sunday night at the Fort Harrison Veterans Hospital. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 in Brundage Chapel with the Rev. Roger Green officating. Beaverhead American Legion Post No. 20 will accord military rites at the family plot of Mountain View Cemetery. A native of Macon City, Mo., Mr. Sanner was born March 2, 1891. He came to Dillon at the age of 16 and had resided here since. He was a veteran of World War I. He married Nellie Holmes July 6, 1921, in Butte. He operated Banner's Cafe here for many years and also had been a longtime employe of Beaverhead Creamery. Surviving are his wife, of Dillon; daughter, Mrs. Donald Mudd, Cascade; son, John Jr., Dillon; sisters. Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn, Kalispell, and Mrs. Mary Howell, Harrison, Ark., and four grandchildren. (Continued from Page 1) nauts who have seen their own mission delayed twice. For one thing, Surveyor had priority over Gemini 9- This meant that should something have postponed Surveyor until later in the week, Stafford and Cernan would be met with another delay. And, the Atlas launch vehicle appeared to have done a pertecl. job flinging the three-legged Surveyor craft on its path to the moon. Should anything have gone awry with the Atlas, this too would have resulted in a Gemini 9 setback. It was an Atlas that went wild while boosting Gemini 9's original Agena rendezvous and linkup target toward orbit two weeks ago. An engine swiveled crazily when struck by an electrical short, sending bolh the booster and the Agena to watery death in the Atlantic Ocean. Working around the clock, technicians erected another Atlas with a substitute rendezvous target, known as an Augmented Target Docking Adapter —ATDA— atop it. Minutes after the Surveyor blastoff, Stafford, 35, and Cernan, 32, went back to work, tediously poring over details of their flight and practicing in a mockup of the Gemini spaceship. They head out on their space adventure at 12:38 p.m. Wednesday, one hour and 38 minutes after the target, satellite blasts off from a nearby launch pad. Gemini 9 hopefully will rendezvous, then latch to the ATDA three orbits later. Stafford has been aboard a space hunting vehicle before, as pilot beside Navy Capt. Walter M. Schirra Jr. on Gemini 6, which performed the world's, first rendezvous—with Gemini 7. carry on with the same love of self sacrifice for the good of our nation and for the good of one another." Coup crushed (Continued from Page 1) office and other key installs- lions as usual. The government said two foreign embassies backed the plotters and gave them 1.3 million Congolese francs ($8,(>66) to use as bribes for government soldiers. It did not name the embassies, but said they were not African. Konde said the plotters planned to kidnap and execute President Joseph Mobutu and Army Commander Louis Bo- bozo. The government spokesman said the plotters were betrayed when they approached military leaders in late March to enlist their support. The army was nol involved in the plot, Konde said. Those arrested included Klm- ba, Jerome Anani, defense minister in former Premier Cyrille Adoula's government in 1983, and two lesser known politicians, Manual Bamba and Alexander Mhamba. Several members of Parliament were believed involved in the plot. Konde said Anani was to have been named prime minister if the plot succeeded. Kimba would have been foreign minister and Bamba finance minister, Konde said. , Kimba served briefly as premier last year following the ouster of Moise Tshombe by former President Joseph Rasa- vubu. Mobutu seized power a month later in a coup supported by the army and proclaimed himself president for the next five years. A proclamation the plotters allegedly planned to issue after the coup blamed Mobutu for the Congo's lingering economic troubles and said it was necessary to return to "a legal government." Mobutu, in a recorded statement broadcast repeatedly over Radio Leopoldville, said the plot was "foiled due to the loyalty and vigilance of the Congolese army." Mayor reinstates ousted street commissioner LEWISTOWN (AP) - Mayor Walter Mondale has reinslated street commissioner Harry Pasley, suspended by the mayor May 16 for what Mondale called "insubordination." The action stemmed from an order issued by the mayor that all hiring and firing of city em- ployes should be submitted to the mayor's office for his approval. Mondale said he issued the order to squelch a rumor that employes had to patronize a bar owned by Pasley in order to hold a city job. legal Notices Montana la* requires that the residents of this area be ttoti- fled of certain legal proceedings. Certatn individuals, as well as groups may have a personal interest in the notification. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well informed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear under this heading. Kalispell firm to build ranger station LIBBY (AP) - Ma'telich Construction Co., Kalispell, offered the apparent low bid at $605,900 to build the Canoe Gulch Ranger Station in the Libby Dam reservoir area. The new facility will replace the Warland Ranger Station which -will be flooded by about 250 feet of water. The bid was nearly $20,000 under -the estimate by the Corps of Engineers. NOT DEAF If you have trouble understanding words, if when people talk words seem to run together or it sounds lifce a mumble, this marvelous new "Midget Hearing Aid" may be worth investigating. My "Midget Hearing Aid" is worn entirely in-the-«ar, nothing above or nothing below, just slip it in your ear and you hear again. I will sond you a free try, write to Joe Kelly, 2924 Second Avenue North, Billings, Montana. HEMORRHOIDS? Mennen Quins»ni-th« finest name In foot care products. New formula works 5 ways for faster, longer-lasting relief! In clinical tests of new M.P.O.— an advanced treatment for hemorrhoids (piles)—doctors report eci "results were Root] lo excellent" for 5 out of every 6 patients! M.l'.O. works fire ways for faster, longer-lasting relief: 1. Helps ease pain faster. You gel. more medically accepted pain- relieving ingredients, including Benzocaino, than in the preparation you may now ho using, 2. Helps shrink swollen tissues. M .P.O. quickly releases t ho proven vaso-conslrictor, Ephed- rine Sulfale, to reduce swelling. 3. Relieves embarrassing itch. M .P.O. is homogenized for faster absorption, faster relief. 4. Gives longer relief. A more temperature-stable, base holds medication in place, prolongs relief-bringing action. 5. Fights danger of Infection. Proven germ-killer Hcxachloro- phene combats haderia. M.P.O, is a development ot Montholatum Laboratories. Available in stainless ointment or suppositories at all druj counter^ LECALS NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 18,665 CEASED* ° F L ° UIS T ' LUSHIA ' DE Notice Is hereby given by the under, signed, Lewis J. Guldonl, Jr., Executor of the estate of Louis T. Lushia, deceased; to the creditors of and all persons Having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit Ihem. with the necessary vouchers, within l our months after the first publleallon ol this notice to the said administrator »l W2 Metals Bank BulMlng. Butte. Montana, the same Wins the place for the transaction of Ihe business of said estate. In the County ot Silv.r Bow, Slate of Montana. LEWIS J. SUIDON1, JR. Executor bl the Estale of _ , _. . L °uls T. Lushia, Deceased. May ?W? M °"" na ' lhls 27th <"» <* GEORGE P. SARSFIELD) F. LEE WILLIAMS 402 Metals Bank Buildinj, Butt*, Montana, Attorneys for Executor. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SILVER BOW No. 18,670 In the Matter ol the Estate of FRANCES W. HASKINS, also known n FRANCES HASKINS, Deceased NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL, Etc. Pursuant to an order of salt) District Court, mitt on the 16th day of May, 1966, notice is hereby given that Friday, the 3rd day of June, 1966, at 9:30 o'clock A.M. of said day at the Court Room of said Court In Department 1 thereof at the City of Butte In the said County ot Silver Bow, State of Montana, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the'will of said Frances W. Haskins, deceased, and for hearing the petition of Marlyn J. Jones for the Issuance to her of Lelters Testamentary, when and where any person Interested may appear and contest the same, and show cause. If any he has, why said petition should not be granted Dated May 16, 1966 FRANK J. GABSE, (Court Seal) clerk ol the Court By M. McGLYNN, Deputy Clerk HOWARD A. JOHNSON KEITH P. JOHNSON 6-10 First Natl. Bank Bld9. Butte, Montana Attorneys for Petitioner ?N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SILVER BOW No. 18,674 In the Matter of the Estate of ARVIRA DEAN, aka ARVIRA BJORK DEAN aka MRS. ARVIRA DEAN, aka) ARVIRA BJORK, aka MRS. ARVIRA BJORK DEAN, deceased. NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOH PROVING WILL, Etc. Pursuant to an order of said District Court, mede on the 17th day ol May* 1966, notice Is hereby given that Friday ( the 3rd day oj June, 19i6, at 9:30 o'clocH A.M. DST of said day at the Court Room of said Court in Department 1 thereof at the City of Butte In sail County of Sliver Bow, stale ot Mon. tana, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said Arvira Dean, aka Arvira Blork Dean, deceased, and for hearing the petition of W. J. Dean for the Issuance to him of Letters Testamentary, when and where •ny person Interested may appear and contest the same and show cause, if any he has, why said petition should not be granted. Bated May 17, 1966 FRANK J. GABSE, Clerk of the Court (Court Seal) By DAN BUKVICH, Deputy Clerk iN~THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SILVER BOW. No. 18,661 In the Matter ol the Estate of THOMAS LOUGHRAN GREENFIELD. Deceased. NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL. Elc. Pursuant to an order of said District Court, made on the 5lh day of May, 1966, notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 3151 day of May, 1966, ?.t 10 o'clock A.M. IP.S.T.i of said day al the Court Room of said Court in Department II thereof al the City of Butle in the said County of Silver Bow, Stale of Montana, r-ave been appointed as the time and place for proving the Will ot said THOMAS LOUGHRAN GREENFIELD, deceased, and for hearing the petition of THOMAS CHRISTIAN GREENFIELD for the issuance to him of Letters Testamenidry, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same, and show cause, it any he has, why said petition should not be granted. Oated May 20, 1966. FRANK J. GABSE, Clerk of the Court. By MAE WELLS, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE OF MEETING The regular annual meeting of the stockholders ol The Montana Power Company will be held at the FOX THEATRE, Butte, Montana, on Wednesday, June 15, 1966. al 9:30 A.M. (Mountain Standard Time) tor the following purposes. I. To elect three direclors for a term ol three years each. }. To transact such olher business as may properly tome belore Ihe meeting. The Management is not presently aware of any such other business. The Board of Directors has fixed the close of business on May 6, 1966. as the record date for the determination of stockholders entitled to vote at this meeting. D. J. McCAIG Secretary Standard-Post Distributors Mrs. Emerson Selway, Dillon Phone 683-2213 Edna Bennet Deer Lodge Phone 84(i-1005 Frank Mtillally Helena Phone Office 442-71110 Phono Home 442-<i733 Mrs. E. 1. Tcrpslra, Bnzeman Phone 586-5497

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