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January 10, 1950

The Independent Record from Helena, Montana · Page 5

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The Independent Record, Helena. Mont., Tuesday, January 10, 1950 Paft Capital City News in Brief The state teachers' retirement board will meet Saturday in Helena for a business session. Members are Alt. Gen. Arnold H. Olsen. State Treasurer Alta Fisher, Public instruction Supt. Mary M. Condon. Ray Gerber of Sidney and John Savage of Great Falls. Executive secretary is R. W. Harper of Helena. Moose meeting Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 8 p. m. Initiation at 8:30. Hot lunch after meeting. All members urged to be present to meet national sports director, Herbert Heilman, a Mooseheart graduate. Be sure to bring your candidates. -- Adv. Helena voiture of the 40 et 8 will meet at the American Legion hall at 8 o'clock tonight to complete plans for Saturday's statewide meeting here and to select committees for the state convention here next July, Chef de Gare A. K. Serumgard has announced. EXTRA SPECIAL, -- CASH AND CARRY offer. With $2.50 or over cleaning and pressing order will give a beautifully colored linen and cotton "Cannon Dryall" towel. Suits cleaned and pressed, $1.25; plain coats cleaned and pressed, $1.25; plain dresses cleaned and pressed, $1.25; plain dresses cleaned only, 3 for 51.50. Paris Cleaners, 18 South Main. -- Adv. Agnes Regan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Regan of Helena, now is employed by the National Broadcasting company in San Francisco. Miss Regan, a graduate of Montana State university in Missoula, was a vacation time em- ploye of The Independent Record during her school years. Eventually you will demand two features in your passenger car -a V-8 motor, and an overdrive. \Vliy not start that pleasurable gas-saving combination now? Phone 7 2 4 , Capital Motors, Inc., for a demonstration. -- Adv. E W. Pruttis, 212 Eighth, returned today from Minneapolis ·« here he attended a convention of the Ray-Bell Film Advertising company. Ladies' dresses cleaned and pressed $1.25. Free pickup and clelherj ierTice. Phone 49 Broad- Cleaners.-- Adv. The application of Paul F. Brazier to act as executor for the estate of Frank A. Johnson, late Helena accountant and livestock man, will be heard in district court at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Dustop filters for all furnaces. Carson Sheet Metal Works. Phone 3270. -- Adv. John Storm of Forsyth, whose second-degree assault conviction in Rosebud county is on appeal at the Montana supreme court, has asked for more time to prepare his brief, which was due \\ediie6daj. The Rosebud county court found Storm guilty of assaulting County Sheriff Floyd E. Capt. Claude R. Trinder an'd Lt. Frank H. Welliver and U. John C. Bakker left last night by rail for Aberdeen, Md., to attend an army school in connection with their work with the Montana national guard. excellent oanquet facilities available at Gamer's Drive Inn. famous |nr fine foods and candies. For reservations Phont 3522.-Adv. S. A. Miller of Billings is a Capital city caller registered at the Placer. Taylor Taxi and Transfer. Phone 640 -- AdT. K. Hendricks of Winifred is in the city for a brief stay. He is a guest at the Harvey. Insured transfer and moving. Community Transit Company. Ph 470.--Adr. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Llppard of Fort Benton were among Helena callers today. They registered at the Placer. Exhibit--Paintings by Thomas O'Loughlin. O'Loughlin School of Art, 9 Broadway. Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p. m., 8 p. m. to 10 p. m.- Adv. G. L. Clayton of Billings is here on a business call. He is staying at the Harvey. White fish bait. Capital Sport Shop.--Adv. Nathaniel Stevens, II, of Virginia City was a Helena visitor today, He is stopping at the Placer. Buy your art supplies at the Walker Paint store.--Adv. Mrs. Delores Spegar of Dillon arrived in Helena today for a brief visit. She is staying at the Harvey. Hear Patti Piper's Scrap Book on KFDW, 6:45, Wednesday for the Marls Stella Leaf Lingerie shop.--Adv. M Stresses: Our new service Quality upholstery. 112 S. Main Phone 215-W.--Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Rex K. Davis of Cut Bank were among arrivals today at the Placer. Black and White Cab. call 52 --Adv. Ronald Brown of Lincoln spent yesterday attending to business matters in the city. He registered at the Harvey. Pipe thawing--18 years* experience and the best equipment Thompson's Welding Shop, U N Davis. Phone 435. Night calls 2638-W.--Adv. George Niewoehner of White Sulphur Springs was in Helen; at the Placer. Dowlin w i t h a Sept 21, 1948. loaded revolver Moose meeting Wednesday, Jan 11 at 8 p m Initiation at 8 30 Hot l u n c h after meeting. All members urged to be present to meet national sports director, I l p r b e i t Heilman, a Mooseheart K i a d u a t e Be sure to bring your c a n d i d a t e s --Adv. Everett E Shuey plans to leave l l o l f n a today by air foi a business t r i p to Boston. Remodeling, BIdg. repairs. Ph. ac-12-M. W. R. Waddell.--Adv. A J Steffeck left last night by rail for Glendive, from where he "will continue east on a business t i i p to several midwestern points RETZ Opp Conrad FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 315 E. Sixth Ave. Telephone 704 Funeral Notices WILSON, William, aged 82, of Helena. Funeral arrangements are pending. MIDDLEMAS, Mrs. M a r y Alice, aged 63, of the Park Avenue apartments. Funeral arrangements are pending. SHEPHERD, Colleen Marie 4 month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Shepherd, of 304 Clancy St. Services at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning from St. H e l e n a cathedral. B u r i a l in Resurrection cemetery. HERRMANN CO. Ambulance 'CHAPEL OF ROSES' Montana's Finest Funeral Home 314 N. Rodney St Telephone 249 Funeral Notices BURGESS, Mrs. Anna E., aged 69, of Austin, Montana. Funeral arrangements are pending. Experienced tailors. Suits Joe Casteel at Eckley Cleaners.--Adv Kate Rockefeller of Butte Is among Helena callers staying at the Harvey. Alcoholics anonymous. Inquiries confidential P. 0. Box 361.--Adv Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meunier ol Wolf Creek are Helena callers today. They ate staying at the Har\ey. Joe Grunenfelder, Rimini roa( rancher, was a business visitor in Helena yesterday. Vital Statistics Births Dr. and Mrs. R-. M. Morgan 919 Flowerree, are the parents o a girl born Jan. 9 at St. John's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Adams Wolf Creek, are the parents of a boy born Jan. 10 at St. Peter'i hospital. Deaths Mary A. Mlddlemas, prominen Helena woman and widow o George N. Middlemas. died thi: morning in St. John's hospital The body is at the Opp-Conrad Retz funeral home. Services an pending. William Wilson, 82, retired ma chinist who worked here for the past 20 years, died last night in a Helena hospital. The Opp-Con rad-Retz funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Anna E. Burgess, 59, wife o Clyde L. Burgess and longtime Helena resident, died suddenly o a heart ailment in Austin Mon day. The Herrmann and company funeral home is In charge of ar rangements. Colleen Marie Shepherd, four month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Shepherd, d i e d early this morning of acute viru pneumonia at the family home 304 Clancy. The Opp-Conrad Retz funeral home Is in charg of arrangements. Fnneral Funeral services for Maud Gay Carbis, 67, resident of Hel ena for 30 years and the wife o Melville Carbis, were conducte at 2 o'clock this afternoon in th Opp-Conrad-Retz cha\el with th Very Rev. Charles A. Wilson o St. Peter's procathedral offici ating. Burial was in Forestval cemetery. Pallbearers were Wil Ham J. Carbis of Canyon Creek Melville Carhis of Spokane, John Eberl of Augusta and Griffith Clarke, Harry Justine and Everet Carbis, all of Helena. The Helena high school PTA rill meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow ight in the home economics room f the high school. Norman Wine- tine will be the principal speaker. Yellow Cab. Call 470.--Ad*. Charles R. Kelsey left yesterday y rail for Portland. Beauty work, marcels, hair cuts. Mrs. Geary, 303 N. Rodney.-St. John's Hospital guild will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at Immaculata hall. The regular ses- ion will be preceded by a board meeting at 7:30 o'clock. Foley's Mill and Cabinet Works as asked the district court for $363.78 judgment a g a i n s t 'ranees R. and Peter Guillot for amages allegedly sustained by a irm truck while delivering lum- jer to Guillqt July 14, 1949. near Wolf Creek. The concern said hat Peter Guillot instructed the ruck driver to drive a vehicle ver a bridge, which collapsed ,nd resulted in damages to the ruck. Lot 13 in block Aree of the flowerree addition has been deeded to Faythe S. Nunemaker )y Evelyn Anderson for approximately $10,500, according to an ndenture filed with Clerk and Re:order Jerry Sullivan. All of section 11 and parts of actions 12 and 13 in township 11 north and range four west have been deeded to the Chevallier Ranch company by Charles D. and llizabeth Greenfield for approximately $4,500 in an indenture lied at the courthouse. Daniel A., Susanne L., Bryant W. and Amelia M. Hilger have purchased 2,495.45 acres of land n townships 12 and 13 north of range four west in separate transactions with John Synnes, Albert- N. Synnes and Andrew Synnes, according to deeds filed with Clerk and Recorder Jerry Sullivan. John Synnes sold 1,275.45 acres for approximately $7,000. Albert Synnes sold 320 acres for approximately 12,000 and Andrew Synnes sold 960 acres for approximately $6,000. State Game Warden Robert H. · Lambeth, Robert F. Cooney and Faye M. Couey, both members of his staff, were in Great 'alls today conferring with fed- ral reclamation bureau officials. Ken Thompson of Helena was a business visitor In Missoula today. Assistant Forest Ranger Laurence Olsen is in the Elliston and Blossburg areas investigating timber units proposed for tale. Frank Prebil of East Helena las been granted a permit to build a foundation for a porch on a house at 1202 Aspen. The estimated cost of the work was $900. Helena Venture club meets at 8 o'clock tonight at the Florence Crittenton home, 22 Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishop and daughter, Lloyde Karen, and Bonnie Gale Hicks returned to Helena Sunday after vacationing 12 days at the home of Bishop's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Coon In San Francisco. William R. Gould of Helena, «. student at Montana State university, has been Initiated into Gamma Eta chapter of Kappa Psi, men's national professional pharmacy honorary fraternity. Testimony Started In Damage Action In Federal C o u r t The case of Harold Simonson against the Northern Pacific railway for $75,000 for the loss of a leg and back injuries he claims he suffered when he was struck by a locomotive in the NP yards here in December of 1947 began its second day in federal court this morning. Testimony presented to the jury this morning consisted mainly of depositions of people who saw Simonson shortly before the accident and who said he was intoxicated. Simonson was in court on a wheeled stretcher. His left leg has been amputated below the knee, and he says he has developed tuberculosis of the spine as a result of his injuries. A member of the crew of the ngine alleged to have struck Simonson said, In a deposition read to the jury, that he had talked to Simonson about two lours before the accident and that Simonson was intoxicated. · He also said he saw Simonson in the glare of the engine's headlight immediately before the accident, and that he was walking straight ahead but stooped over forward. The court recessed at noon- until 2 o'clock this afternoon. Court attaches said they expect the case to require two or three more days. Members of the jury hearing the Simonson case are: Ruth Patrick, Alice DeBoard, Laura Larson and Charlotte R. Featherly, all of Helena; John L. Vann and Agnes Turpin of White Sulphur Springs, Mary Thoma and Lester H. Todd of Bozeman, Eugene Keefe of Jens, Charles F. Neuman of Martinsdale, Hester Gustafson of East Helena and R. R. Grimes of Livingston. High School Band And Floats Draw Attention Helena high school's participation in the Warner Bros. "Montana" premiere, which has touched off a city-wide celebration, has been far from superficial. The band, all brilliant and peppy in the school's colors of red and white, and the majorettes, all in cowboy attire, greeted the visiting stars and took a prominent part in the parade. Directed by Robert C. Clark, the 91 students put on a show packed with new stunts, inspiring music, and plenty of action. Also, the students who had three of the prize-winning floats in the Vigilante parade last spring recreated their floats for today's event, appeared on the streets as follows: Vigilante Hanging--Date, 1864, --Al Brockway, Len Sparing, Ray Hartford, Eugene Helberg, Harold Lehfeldt and Bruce Cheney. Broken Wagon Wheel -- Tom Willett, Dave Miner and Charley Ladd. The Old Shoe Store -- Connie Fredericks, Roger Groff, Pete Mooney and Russel Davis. Also, Sarah Brown and Victor Kelly, as an Indian chief and his squaw, accompanied the mounted guard of honor at the Great Northern depot when the visiting stars arrived. Cooper Reminds Young Men to Register When They Are 18 J. Moi-ley Cooper, selective service board clerk, today reminded young men that they must register with the board when they become 18 years of age. Servicemen who are discharged before reaching the age of 27 also must register with the board and receive a classification. Cooper said. The local office is in the army recruiting office in the Holler block. INCOME TAX WORRIES can best be eliminated by having your entire problem handled by competent services designed to fit your individual requirements. Contact or phone . . . Neil A. Amerman's General Bookkeeping and Credit Management Service Rooms 33-34. 555 Fuller Avenue Building Phone 3917 William Wilson Dies After Illness Of About Two Weeks William Wilson, 82, a retired machinist who made his home here for the past 20 years, died last night at a Helena hospital. He was stricken two weeks ago and entered the hospital at that time. Mr. Wilson was passing through Helena in 1930 when he met Carl Dlckman, 1414 Boulder, who induced him to make his home here. Since that time he worked at various odd jobs and served as fireman at the Harvey hotel. He resided at the Elaine apartments. Mr. Wilson suffered a broken hip five years ago and was forced to retire from his work. Born in Harrisburg, Pa., in May, 1887, Mr. Wilson took up the machinist's trade and later settled at Boone, Iowa, where he worked in shops and joined the Masonic lodge, an affiliation he maintained throughout his life. Mr. Wilson later worked in the Great Northern shops at Havre. He also was employed at Great Falls before he came to Helena. He is believed, to have a sister and daughter surviving him. The body is at the Opp-Conrad- Retz funeral home. Services are pending. Club 88 of Helena has been in- corpdrated by Tracy V. and Made-! line M. Carpenter and R. C. McLean, all of Helena. Four-Monfhs-Old Girl Is Victim of Virus Pneumonia Colleen Marie Shepherd, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Shepherd, died early this morning at the family home, 304 Clancy. The attending physician listed the cause of death as acute virus pneumonia. The infant was four months old Monday. She was born here Sept. 4, 1949. The Opp-Conrad-Retz funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Glass Fibers li making glass fibers, used In materh-ls- that resist water, acids, heat, cold, and electricity, the industry first makes big glass mar- hies, from which continuous filaments are drawn out faster than a mile a minute. A strand of glass fiber may be 15 times finer than human hair, and have a tensile strength greater than steel, says the National Geographic society. Unique Cast The actors In one Russian film consisted of puppets fashioned of wood, clay, cloth, and rubber. All their movements were made by hand, and 25 exposures were required to show one puppet raising its arm. The cast consisted of 3,000 puppets. Finding Jobs for Veterans Subject Of Conference Series Concluded Here Today, Downs Says Finding Jobs for veterans, with particular emphasis placed on assisting disabled veterans find work, was the subject of several conferences concluded here today by state and federal officials, according to R. B. Downs, state veterans' employment representative for Montana. Thomas W. Miller of Reno, staff representative for 10 western states for the employment service, met yesterday afternon with Gov. John W. Bonner, Downs and A. B. Bradham, assistant state veterans' employment representative. Gov. Bonner told the group the state administration is doing all It can for veterans, in the matter of employment, and that disabled veterans are given special preference. While the meeting was in progress, Governor Bonner advised Downs of a Job Just opening for a disabled veteran. Miller also conferred with Car- Befor* Buying... LI31CN to th« glorious ton* of the exquisite .LISTEN, In. $·· how «mr H I* to «w» MM. CHARITON RADIO ELECTRIC 434 W. Main St. Phone 78 roll M. Stewart, chairman of the state unemployment compensation j Commission, and Jess Fletcher, director of the state employment service. He said the state agency is co-operating with the veterans' placement service in finding work for veterans. Functions of the state veterans' welfare commission, headed by Eugene J. Gallaghan, were outlined to Miller, and veterans' affairs at the hospital at Fort Harrison were discussed with Claude Meredith, facility manager. 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