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February 15, 1971

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2—The Montana Standard, Monday, Feb. 15, 1971 Charles Doolittle dies Vehicle thief Butte hospital notes Train kills OmHMR nnoiittl*nf454N Mrs. Bert Doris. Betty Me- ™ ^•••VI^ plll^Flf C*»ll« •*•*••* OarlesR. Doolittle of 454 N Idaho, a Butte resident for 46 years, died Sunday in a local hospital. He was born in West Port, Ore., and came to Butte in 1924. He worked as a miner for the Anaconda Co. until retirement. Survivors include his wife, Emma; sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steward of Bozeman, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nistler of Germany, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pederson of Stockton, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Doris, Betty McPhee, Viola Morey and Vera Doolittle of White Sulphur Springs; brothers, Bert and Harry, both of Tacoma; sisters, Bess Ego of Vale, Ore., and Lottie Dunn of Kent, Wash.; 28 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A son, Charles, preceded him in death. Funeral arrangements are pending at Duggan Merrill Mortuary. burglar sought Visitii»g hours at both hospitals are 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. daily Pankovich rites Tuesday WHITEHALL — Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 in the Scott Funeral Home for George Andrew Pankovich, 22, killed in'a Friday car accident near Butte. The Rev. Jovan Kovacevic will officiate. Burial will be in Whitehall Cemetery. Mr. Pankovich was the son of Ruby and the late Andrew Pankovich of Cardwell. He was born Aug. 22,1948, in Cardwell, and received his education in Cardwell and 'Whitehall schools. He was a 1967 graduate of Whitehall High School. He served with the Air Force until he received a medical discharge after an injury. For the past few months, he had been working in Great Falls for the Anaconda Co. He is survived by his mother; a brother, Jeff of Butte; and sisters, Mrs. Joe Masola of Ellensburg, Wash., and Mrs. Charles Stinson of Missoula. A Butte service station attendant purchased a protable typewriter from a customer early Sunday morning for $5 and about $5 worth of gas. The typewriter, as well as the car the customer was driving, are believed stolen from Western Auto Brokers at 1000 E. Front. Bob Anderson of the auto 'firm reported a breakin to police early Sunday. The office was enetered by breaking a window, he said. Taken were a portable typewriter, an adding machine, four sets of hubcaps, six or eight boxes of wheel discs, and a 1966 Ford convertible, white over red in color. The station attendant added his story sometime later. He told officers a car matching that description came to the Warren AA. Simmons dies DILLON — Warren M. Simmons, 60, died Sunday morning while fii^ng at Clark Canyon Reservoir. Authorities said he suffered an apparent heart attack. Mr. Simmons was born Dec. 25,1910, in Darby, and lived in Montana all his life. He came Garages damaged Two local garages were damaged by fire Sunday afternoon. City firemen answered a 12:45 p.m. call to 1911 Massachusetts, where a person working on a car started a fire. The owner was listed as Mrs. E. Burley, and the occupant as Robert Fournier. Damage was minor to the garage interior and the car. About 6:15, fire struck a garage and shed at the Dan Henderson residence, 2155 Roberts. The shed was destroyed, firefighters said, and part of the garage and its contents were burned. Anytime You Miss Your Niwspapor, Call 792-8301 CIRCULATION DEPT. Before 11 A.M. Montana Standard Eitablith.d July 1876 Entered and Published Doily and Sunday ol 25' W. Granile Si.. Butte, Montana 59701. Second Class Postage paid at Butte, Montana. 1. I. Plell Circulation Manqgtr The Montana Standard is a mem- bet of the Audit Bureau of Circulation. Member of Associated Press also subscriber to New York Times News Service. Office Phone Dial — 792-8301 SUBSCRIPTION RATES D.IIT AND SUNDAY (l» Ctrrkr) »tr MM* ----- J 171 Moll Subscript!.* in Montana I Mi. > MH. • Mai. I Tr. $2.35 St.75 $13.00 $25.00 tally Only fl.fO J5.50 $10.75 JM.SO (I.N (1.70 $4.10 S*.M •tail Si*ltrlitl«»-A|| Ortwr Statn Doily ml Smfcy $1.50 $7.25 $14.00 $27.00 Daily Only $2.00 $5.75 $11.00 $21.50 Sw.lyOl.ly S1.M $1.70 KM $130 to Dillon from Whitehall in 1962. He was employed as an inspector for the state. Survivors include his wife, Bertha; a son, Don of Dillon; a daughter, Dora Martin of Missoula; brothers, Ken of Missoula, Homer of Fairfax, Okla., and Don of Roseland, Wash., 11 grandchildren and one great - grandchild. Services will be Wednesday at 2 in the Whitsect Funeral Home at Stevensville, with the Rev. Lloyd Estes officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery. Pot trial. (Continued From Page 1) Oct. 26 he received a postcard from Kehrli, who was away on leave, which read: "we used to have a lot of grass huts in Hawaii but we smoked them all up." The chief defense lawyer, Air Force Lt. Col. Donald C. Paar of Dubuque, Iowa, demanded a mistrial but the motion wad denied. At another point in his testimony, Jackson said Kehrli told him "he thought marijuana was a good thing because it helped him close the generation gap and gave him a better understanding of his men." Under cross-examination by the defense, Jackson acknowledged that he never told Kehrli he was an Army intelligence officer. He also acknowledged that he was assigned by his commanding officer last Oct. 10 to the Air Force Office of Special Investigation, which was investigating Kehrli's LIFE'S LIKE THAT DEATHS Charles R. Doolittle of 454 N. Idaho died Sunday. NEW ARRIVALS In Silver Bow General Hospital Sunday: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Jon Strutzel of 2626 Walnut In St. James Community Hospital Sunday: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Renato Pedrazzini of 1049 W. Galena. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. McDermott of 131 W. Quartz. activities and participated in the apprehension of Kehrli last Nov. 20. Earlier in the Sunday court session, Air Force Sgt. Johnnie A. Williams, 23, of Mechanicsville, Va., and S. Sgt. James K. Spaulding, 22, of Bakersfield, Calif., also testified for the prosecution. Both related that they had attended pot smoking sessions at Kehrli's quarters and that they had seen the colonel, their former commanding officer, smoke marijuana cigarettes. The prosecution called eight witnesses in all. The case is being heard by an eight-member court board, a brigadier general and seven colonels, all senior to Kehrli. If convicted of all eight counts lodged against him, Kehrli could receive a maximum of 40 years imprisonment, dismissal from the Air Force and loss of all pay allowances. By Neher station about 4 a.m., and the man driver sold him the typewriter in exchange for gas. The man, described as dark more than 6 feet tall, told the attendant the car was stolen, he said. Officers said the suspect was possibly armed and dangerous and believed to be heading for Great Falls. Other thefts reported Sunday included the loss of fishing gear from a car belonging to Roy Turkia of 1929 S. Arizona, and a tape deck and tapes from Kenneth Flink of 2621 Silver Bow Blvd. Montana growth slight GREAT FALLS (AP) - The 1970 U.S. Census shows that an areas of the state except Billings and Great Falls, Montana's two largest cities, experienced near-zero population growth over the last decade. Rural and smaller urban areas increased only 0.6 per cent in (he decade, and the total state population of 694,409 increased 2.9 per cent from 1960. Metropolitan totals, however, grew by 16,737 to 169,171 for an increase of 11 per cent. The metropolitan areas of the two cities included Yellowstone and Cascade counties. Montanan wins post MISSOULA (AP)-Samuel B. Chase Jr. of Missoula will leave Montana hi June to take a position with the Federal Reserve Bank in Washington, D.C. The economist, attorney and educator will become associate director of the division of me research and statistics for the bank's board of governors. The Big Sandy native worked for several years as senior vice president and councelor for me Montana Power Co. He now is an economics professor at the University of Montana and economic adviser to the Helena branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. • Navy club meet Navy Mothers Club will meet at 1 Wednesday in the Naval Reserve. *WE'BE ON A DIET.' Introducing underwear that better not wear out. First time ever ... a 2-year guarantee on Munsingwear's cotton Kangaroo Shorts and TC-28 Grand- Slanf T-Shirt. If this underwear wears out or shrinks out of fit within two years of normal wear, it will be replaced FREE. And we'll bet you've never worn underwear as comfortable as this, either. fflunsmgujear. lUnRaroo Shorts- Sim 28-46 ......... J for S4.00 Grand-Slam T-Sbirt - Sizes 34-46 ...... 3 for S5.00 DEPARTMENT STORE OPEN FRIDAY NITES 22 | I. to* Mi«n. 563-5M6 until 9 IMII. ANACONDA, MONTANA SILVER BOW GB4ERAL Admitted — Thomas Galasso, 9 Mile; Mrs. Francis Heppler, 66t S. Montana; Annissa Hastie, 1121 Yale; Arnold Salminen, 858 S. Main; Mrs. Caroline Charles 3303 Ottawa; Mrs. Roae Ralph, 1600 Dunn, Walkerville. Dismissed — Pamela Reid, 701 Colorado; Mrs. Lydia Conley, 4025 Western; Thomas Galasso, 9 Mile; Mrs. Mildred Hlght, 2941 Stiver Bow Blvd.; Mrs. Nell.'« Coats, 725 Colorado; Phil Bear Shield, 51 E. Broadway. ST. JAMES COMMUNITY Admitted - Clayton Meeks, 58 W. Galena; Mrs. Argenta Dougan, 218 S. Jackson; Michael Craig, 1031 Utah; Mrs. Hilma Vivian, 2545 Amherst; Nancy McKnight, 314 S. Washington; Mrs. Rosemary Hall, Melrose; Mrs. Margaret Mobney, 1608 First; John O'Bill, 3459 Hannibal; Connie Mayo, 533% W. Park; Mrs. Violet King, 826 S. Dakota; Mrs. Veronica Egan, 731 W. Copper; James Malesieh, 1910 Banks'; Genevieve Albertson, Dillon; Michael Schadler, 1130 W. Granite; Mrs. Almira Osier, 922 CaMonia; Metinda Felton, 711 Maryland; Mrs. Jeanette Baiclay, 1027 W. Diamond. Dismissed — Thomas Reid, 10 O'Neill, Walkerville; Raymond Griffin, 720* Maryland; Francis Moran, 2132 S. Wyoming; Mrs. Bessie Meglen, 2123 Ash; Jean Dysinger, 2801 Harvard; Jay Gitchel, Boulder; James Fleming, 278 E. Broadway; Mrs. Violet Fuhrmann, 1100 Carolina; Mrs. Ann Lee, 320 E. Summit; Mrs. Katherine Sauter, 2802 S. Montana; Robert Howard, Helena. man GREATFALLS(AP>-A girl was killed and a man seriously injured about 1 a.m. Sunday morning in a car-train collision one mile west of Great Falls on the old Vaughn Road. The Highway Patrol identified the man as 31-year-old Melvin Fisher of Fairfield. Fisher was reported in critical condition in a Great Falls hospital. Dr. C. E. Magner, Cascade County coroner, said the body of the girl had not been identified yet. Favero rites Tuesday Mass of the Resurrection will be Tuesday at 9:30 in St. Ann Church for Peter H. Favero, 65, of 1811 Howard. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary will be recited Monday at 7:30 in Duggan Merrill Mortuary. Mr! Favero, a retired construction worker, died Saturday. Cecelia D. Mitchell dies Mrs. Cecelia Despins Mitchell, 64, of 916 W. Fifth, Anaconda, died in Community Hospital of Anaconda Sunday morning. She had been a patient since Jan. 22. She wasbornNov.21,1906, in Anaconda to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Despins, early day Anaconda residents. She attended local schools. She was a member of St. Joseph Church and Daughters of Isabella. Surviving are a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Knutson of Lynnwood, Wash.; brother, Frank J. Despins of Anaconda; and sister, Mrs. Phil Giroux of Oxnard, Calif. The body is at the Finnegan Co. Funeral Home. Daughters of Isabella will recite the Rosary at 2 this afternoon. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 9 Tuesday morning in St. Joseph Church. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Anaconda weather Anaconda area — Mostly cloudy. Slightly cooler. Scattered showers. High 30 to 40, low 30 to 35. Temperatures Sunday: Maximum 49 at 1p.m. Minimum . 39 at 6a.m. Year ago 42 and 36 Anaconda bowling Copptr CHy (ml: A/lalor - H. H«r«ch, M4.W7; Flrlt Stcurlty Bank, 976-2675. Smaller - Kermlt uktad, 2I3-459; BoPltr Shop, mi; Eltclrlc Shop, 3122. Matter! - V»rn ulltad, J4MOS9, Anaconda S«rvlce On., 65J.30M. Commercial — Jim Lueck, 225-996; Hotel Marcus Daly, 925-2MO, Elks Ladles — Shirley Otterutror, 110»3; Team Seven, 5»; Teem Four, 1594. Elks Men—Jack Schulte, iu-eSO, week of Feb. 3; Jack Schulte, 235; Buzz Dunn, 601; Team Three, 9*1-2652. Star A — Shlrtty Ollwuien, »7i Mary Blume, 52>; JJ't Chief, BI7-25U. star B — Patsy Boucher, 179-481; Independents, 794-2300. copperenes — uaverne Johnson, 233 753; Don's Appliances, 609; Jet Dinette, 2266. - *?. Mixed —'CROCK Ternes, 222-604; Thlema Ternes, 215-S43; Team Nine, 7942319. Cedar Park Unts: Pearl — Janls wigert, 116-479; Jim's standard, 770; Schwartz Department, 2325 Peterson Point — Frank Buhl, 241; Clearance WtU, 151. Dan Murphy rolled a dutch 200. Senior — Art Ferguson, 227-639; Embassy, 974-27S5; Galle's Enterprlzes, 2785. Junior — Dick callen, 179-477; Cold Shots, 567-1501. Minor — Mike Murphy, 223; Frank Collins, 566; The Ranch, 817-2561. Ruby A — Florence Schlmmlng, 225; Joyce Holbrook, 562; First National Bank, 894-2516. Ruby B - Marlene Quick, 231-553; Intermountaln Lines, 7U; Jack's Enco, 2375. Hot Sdol — Kay Lubto, 126; Jay Stergar, 157. Emerald — Emerlne Wels, 112-490. Royal — Charles Chor, 232; Buzz Peterson, Ml; Butte Pioneer, 1021-2905. Diamond B - VI Duffy, 165441, Park Cafe, 793; Opportunity Service, 2X1. Diamond A — Thelma -Temes, 217; Emily Bucholz, 497; Owl Bar, 164; Parson Funeral Chapel, 2531. Girls Junior — C. corrlgan, 154.151; RevlvalS, 767-2137: Boys Junior — 0. Nlland, 207-521; Turf, 703; Four Stars, 2009. Boys Bantam — Bill Edwtrdi, 157-4121 Comett, 7W-J112. Aldermen will meet at 8 Tuesday night in City Hall council chambers instead of tonight due to the holiday. Anaconda Woman's Club canceled its scheduled meeting this afternoon due to the holiday. Town carpenters Union Local 88 will have a special meeting at 7:30 tonight to discuss contract negotiations. Anaconda High School band parents will meet at 7:30 tonight in the Band Room at • the school. Democratic Women will meet at 8 tonight at the home of Irene Johnson, 710 W. Sixth, to discuss spring activities. Homemaker Club 60 will meet at 7:30 tonight at the home of Sylvia Anderson, 813 Birch. Recreation today will be swimming at 3:30 and 4:30 for boys and 7 for beginning girls at Memorial Gym pool; high school boys basketball games are 73'ers and Warts at 7, Sun Devils and Pistols at 7:45, Losers and The Flys at 8:30 in the Daly Gym. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 8 tonight at 103 Main. Further information may be had from phone 563-8200 or P.O. Box 1192. Rotana Club will meet at 8 tonight with Winifred Torgerson, 414 Hlckroy. Senior Citizen, charter members will have a potluck dinner at 6 Wednesday night at their club. Reservations are due by Tuesday at S, phone 563-8281 or 563-2014. Those with last names beginning with A to J to bring salads, K to Q desserts, andR to Z casseroles. Always 'anticipate the careless, dangerous mows of drivers around you. Don't neglect to sigwl your intended moves well ahead of time. Anaconda deaths Attention: Daughters of Isabella. Officers and members will recite the Rosary for our late sister this (Monday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the Finnegan Co. Funeral Home. MITCHELL — The body of the late Mrs. Cecelia R. Despins Mitchell, beloved wife of Thomas F. Mitchell, of 816 W. Fifth St., is at the Finnegan Co. Funeral Home, from which place the funeral will be held on Tuesday morning at 8:45, proceeding to St. Joseph Church, where Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in perpetual care of Mount Olivet Cemetery. The Parish Rosary will be recited in the funeral home this evening at 7:30 o'clock. MISTER BUSINESSMAN! 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Morticians "The Home ol Friendly Persona/ Service" A. A. longfellow T. D. Savage 107 dak . Ph.5t3-317l Anaconda, Montana PARSON Funeral Chapel TIME IS RUNNING OUT! THE NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY GOES TO PRESS SOON! For information on: Personalized listings, changes in listings, or advertisements in the Yellow Pages, please call our Business Office. But hurry, the Directory is going to press I Mountain Bell