Ben F. Rinda
and prat Hel- Ben F. Rinda, Longtime Public Official Passes Bea F. Rinda. 68, of Woodlawn, formed deputy sheriff, justice of the peace and assistant probation officer, who was an unsuccessful candidate for justice of the peace Helena E. general for act unemployment will views 29. unemployment Ben F. BJnda of Helena township in Tuesday's election, died early this morning at St Peter's hospital, where he had been a patient since Oct. Born Jan. 17, 1886, in Helena, he was the son of a pioneer who came to Helena in 1864. father operated Helena's first ths Old International. He attended Helena schools was employed by Wallace grocery for many years. Mr. Rinda was deputy sheriff under Brian D. O'Connell from 1935-39, with the county road department in 193941. 193941. deputy sheriff under E. R, (Chub) Monger for a brief time in 1945, a deputy clerk and recorder recorder the same year and was assistant probation officer under District Judge A. J. Horsky from 1.1945, to March 30,1953. He justice of peace here for two year terms, 1941 to 1945. Mr. Rinda was a member of Morning Star lodge No. 5, Algeria temple and was a 32nd degree Mason. Two brothers, Al and Theodore Rinda, and a sister, Blanche, preceded him in death. Funeral services will be conducted conducted by members of Morning be "will lodge at Hagler chapel at 2 Tuesday afternoon. Cremation services will be held in HUlcrest Memorial, Great Falls. Survivors include his widow, Adda; a brother, Charles Rinda; a sister, Mrs. May Mclntosh; niece, Mrs. Leona Bull, and a nephew, Venzel Rinda, all of Helena.