The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 13, 1957 · Page 2
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-2 . THE 1NJER IAKE, Wednesday, November 13, 1957 tion today announced approval by the secretary of interior for extension of the basic $17.50 per kilowatt year rate to Dec. 20, 1959. Prior extension of the rate to LaSalle Boosters Elect Officers LASALLE (ILNS) -- New officers were elected during the recent meeting of the LaSalle said current review of power revenues and pay-out requirement forecasts indicates the administration's basic rate can be retained for the Forest Service Truck Overturns Into Felix/ Creek Six passengers and the driver of a Forest Service carry-all suf- April. ifered minor injuries Monday morn- Administrator William A. Pearl'ing when the truck skidded on an BPA Announces Extension Of Kilowatt Year Rates i Bonneville Power Administra- Dec. 20, 1958, was announced last Hospital Notes Icy road In the South Fork, plunged down a 40-foot embankment and landed on its top in four fcetj of water. next two years, despite higher] The accident occurred on the costs of new generation being east side road of the Hungry added to the federal system, ! Horse reservoir about 27 miles "Continuation of the present t from Martin City. Lead truck in a group of three vehicles headed' basic wholesale rate structure will apply to 114 customers, including 18 industries, 76 publicly-owned utilities, nine privately - owned BIRTHS VANCE, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, boy, Kalispell, yesterday. SHINNABERRY, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, boy, Whitefish, yesterday. ADMITTED COPELAND, Robert, Kalispell. P1LCHER, Gleason, Libby. Club Stage Joint Achievement Night !°L^^?,!^.?l e ^ Sta _ tl0n ' the . STILLWATER (ILNS) - The' carry-all skidded on ice on a curve at Felix Creek. It overturned sev- Boosters 4-il Club. Bob Casne is .utilities and 11 federal agencies," jeral times and came to rest in the the new president, with other officers Raymond Volln, vice president; Carter Fritz, secretary-treasurer; Edward Casne, sentinel, and Gail Graham and Nancy Nauman, recreational leaders. A report was given by Bob Casne on the leaders banquet at the Temple Tea Room, sponsored by Pacific Power and Light. Other members attending were Arden Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fritz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schutzman, Edward, Bob and Sam Casne and Rose Wishart. Committee reports were given and the club decided to solicit in the LaSalle district for the Red Cross. The club was scheduled to put up directory signs. Next meeting is slated at the home of .Charlotte Schutzman on Pearl said. decision will permit both utilities and industries to make advance plans in regard to power costs and rates for the two he said. I creek. at The truck was traveling joint achievement night of the Spring Creek Lassies and the Spring Creek 4-H Club was pre-| Falls PETERSON, Ira, Kalispell. MERWIN, Mrs. Francis, 'Kalispell. DISCHARGED GALBRAITH, William, Columbia Falls. MILLER, August, C o l u m b i a Falls. O'NEIL, Mrs. Thomas and baby, Kalispell. OBERHOLTZER, Mrs. Lawrence and baby, Whitefish. BELSTAD, Mrs. Russell and baby, Kalispell. ROBINSON, Mrs. Loy and baby, Kalispell. BEATON, Mrs. Max, Columbia Stale Range, Pastures Show Gains HELENA (UP)--A federal-state report says that as of Nov. 1 the Chamber Sets Show Dates The agriculture committee o{ the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce _. ,, . _ has set Feb 26-28 for the llth a n - l TM 6 . - on ^ na 9 rop and Livestock nnsl ·Nm-fhwo^ Mnntar,, Soorf on* Reporting Service said, the 1m- suffering from drought. But deterioration was noted in the north cen- conditton of Montana ranges andjtral and northeast districts where pastures was improved slightly subsoil reserves were low ' over the preceding month. j The Montana Crop nual Northwest Montana Seed and Potato Show in Kalispell. W. W. Mauritson, Flathead County extension agent, said today that a tentative program for the show has been drawn up. A full program provement was due to late October moisture which was accompanied by seasonally warm weather during most of the month. Marked improvement was noted of speakers including Montana and ln tne northwestern part of the Pacific Northwest farm experts is planned. it went into the curve. years Chairman Reports On Conference Worthy Master Phil Jones pre- p.m. In the Stillwater Grange Hall. Jimmy Grossweiler, 'president of Langley, driver of the the Spring Creek 4-H Club, pre- ·is thrown clear before sided at the program. The young- in the creek. Four men est and oldest members talked on managed to get out without help,'what they had learned In 4-H work, but two men were trapped in the j A home-safety skit was overturned vehicle. They were' rescued by men in the other two Whitefish Memorial ADMITTED MURRAY, Martin, Whitefish. MEULI; Marvin, Kalispell. WATSON, Michael, Olney. WASVICK, Altona Rose, White- by the Lassies. Marvin Costello, associate coun- creek Monday afternoon. sided over the recent meeting of badly damaged, the Smith Valley Grange, and- Laura Glazier, home economics chairman, reported on the Pomona home economics conference she attended. j Ideas were presented by various members regarding a community | Two-Car Accident Brings Charge » t u*«*i. vr i. r v**»-i»-n_'ll.l_ KJ^-41UL£iJ|JCJll Uil a "~ - ---·--C3 *» ·-- -- ··».». u***!,^ i . _ , . f 1 Dec. 5. Roll call will be answered Project. The Juvenile Grange re- . A Kahspel! juvenile and Grace ty turning in spools of thread for I Ported that money and labels were *· Cnswell. 1211 Seventh Ave. the Opportunity School in Kali- sent . to the Bllnd Institute and, a _ s . t ;J^ ere ; nv ° lvedtj " L a . tw °- car spell. " . . . - -- - . . . ·- ---- Council Schedules Special Session The Kalispell City Council will meet In special session today at 5 p.m. to consider bids on leasing two police patrol cars to the city. Winner of the contract will lease the cars to the city for one year and will also provide routine maintenance on them. Flathead Motor Sales of Kalispell is presently supplying the cars. Weather Facts TLXTHEAD -- Mostly cloudy, with Tain or snow this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow. Little temperature " tod3 J' 43. Low tonight, iir^VT i ~~'°" - w « « j » -»u ni-i-j iv 1.VJ11 JftJll, 32. High tomorrow, 40-45. High yesterday.. 41 Low last night, 35. .02 Inch precipitation during the-last 24 hours Sunset. 5:0a p.m. Sunrise, 7:42 a.m. Noon temperature, 39. Relative humidity at 10 a.m., 96 per cent. .By United Fre» WEST 6r DIVIDE -- Cloudy with snow in mountains and scattered showers tower elevations through tomorrow; little change in temperature; .mghs today and tomorrow 35-45; lows tonight 23-35. EAST OF D I V I D E - Increasing cloudiness today with showers extreme west: highs 45-55; mostly cloudy, scattered showers tonight and tomorrow; little change in temperature to- ·night: lows 25-35; cooler west and north tomorrow; highs 40-56; windy through period east slopes continental divide, occasional snow in mountains. TIVE-DAY FORECAST WEST OF DIVIDE -- Temperatures expected to average near seasonal with frequent changes; precipitation at frequent intervals occurring as rain or snow; normal maximutns 3842, minimums 15-35; highs mostly 40's and low 50's. lows 15-30. EAST OF DIVIDE -- Temperatures expected to average near seasonal with frequent changes; precipitation at frequent intervals occurring mostly as snow; normal maximums 40-45 minimurns 17-26; highs will range from 30 s to 30's, lows 10-35. MONTANA TABLE Slation Max Min Pep Billings 50 31 Belgrade 45 yj Broadus 56 25 Eutte 3!) 27 T Cut Bank : 48 33 Dillon 41 2(5 Drurrimond .1 _ 41 29 Glasgow ,, ,, 52 27 Great Falls _ 45 40 Havre 52 29 Helena 44 30 KabspeH- 42 36 .02 I/ewistown _ 47 33 Livingston ; 45 37 JVTiles City ,, 53 32 jMissoula 42 33 ' T \V. Yellowstone 35 23 07 "Whitehall 43 35 trucks. The men were treated for ty agent, showed a wildlife film cuts and bruises. and afterwards presented each The truck was pulled from the member with his record book and It was fair awards. Harold Harrison was awarded a pin from the International Harvester Co. for his outstanding agricultural work. Dennis Urban received a pin for show- j i n g the most interest in forestry work. The Home Demonstration Council gave gifts to the girls who had received two blue ribbons at the fair. Mrs. Arlene Adkins was pre-' sented with a baby gift by the WASVICK, Robin Jay, Whitefish. CHRISTENSON, J a m e s J., card was sent to the Helena Flats ac «dent yesterday at the intersec- _ aooi ^ ,, llallM , ie family that assisted in the Blind iloa of Seventh Stree.t East and' through the year Buddy month drive. iThird Avenue East. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schrock were 1 The juventto was going east on reinstated into the Grange and Seventh Street East and hit Mrs. a potluck lunch was served after CriswelPs car'at the intersection. There were no injuries reported. the meeting. Kalispell Firemen Attend Schools also suffering damage to the right side and rear end. The juvenile was given a ticket for failure to yield the right of Capt. C. L. Hendrickson of Kali- way. spell fire department returned recently from a 30-hour fire instructors school in Great Falls sponsored by the State Board of Education. Plans call for alt three shift captains of the Kalispell fire department to attend these schools, Chief W. J. Price said. This week, Capt. Willard McPheeters is expected to attend the The front ends of both cars were 1 Leaders during the past year were -J^ URRAY ' Martin Whitefish. damaged, with the Criswell car, Mrs. Agnes Stefanatz, Mrs. HelenT^ Lassies thanking her for ft hel rough the year. The reorganization meeting of Whitefish. ELLWANGER, Earl E., Spokane. ABSALONSON, Anton, Whitefish. SARGENT, Floyd, Whilefish. HEIBERT, Denise, Whitefish. . DIXON, Melinda, Whitefish. DISMISSED BACKEN, Dale, Martin City. BENNETT, Duane, Whitefish. ALSETERAS, Helen, Rexford. Mrs. Mary Frances, state which previously had been Highway Meeting S, N. Halvorson of Kalispell, member of the Montana Highway Commission, wi!l be among state officials who will attend the annual meeting of the American Association of Highway Officials Nov. 18-20 in Chicago. Networks to Carry President's Talk NEW ^ORK (UP) -- President Eisenhower's speech from Oklahoma City tonfght will be carried on both radio and television by all four networks. ' The National Broadcasting Co. and the Mutual Broadcasting System scheduled "live" telecast at 8:30 p.m. (MST). The Columbia Broadcasting System and the American Broadcasting Co. said they would carrV the speech cm television by means, of the new ;video tape recording" process at 9:15 p.m. (MST). All four networks planned: to carry the speech "live" on radio at 8:30 p.m. (MST). the Spring Creek Lassies is scheduled during Christmas vacation. The. next meeting of the Spring Creek 4-H Club is set for Dec. 5.' DEROSIER, Mrs. Charles and baby girl, Whitefish. MARTY, Joe J., Whitefish. FLATT, Mrs. Harold, Libby. SHIFLET, Lucy, Whitefish. Typhoon Toll TOKYO (UP)--Typhoon "Kit," which cut a path of destruction through Central Philippines and took at leasl 19 lives moved 240 miles north of Manila today. United States Weather Central at Fuchu Air Force Base said winds within the typhoon had Increased from 65-miles-perhour to 116- miles-p er-hour. Vogler, Mrs. Arlene Adkins, Forest Farris and Jess Urban. Open House State Postpones New Park Action HELENA (UP) -- The State Highway Commission deferred immediate action on access to the _ proposed Smith River Canyon schooTin GreaTFalis" anTplans * Park ' esterda y a f t e r a meeting j call for Capt. Morgan Stotts to go'* h dele g ate « from the Cascade to Missoula in December for a Wildlifet Association. An open house at Whitefish Central School is scheduled fop tonight in conjunction with 'the Central P-TA meeting. This meeting and open house are a part of the Whitefish schools participa- Get Your PIZZA at Smitty's « .. GENUINE "DON PASQUALE" Phone SK 6-6578 S M I T T Y ' S * DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT -- leaturintr Triple XXX Hoot Beer -Highway 2 l'/i Miles East from Downtown Kalispell OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Th« Giealcit Guy in the World is the Guy Who Take« HI* Family Out to Dine Once a Week. school there. The 30-hour fire instructors! school is a basic step in the preparedness of the Kalispell fire department, Price said. The 10-acre' area, about 70 miles south of Great Falls, is bounded on the east by state forest land. The Smith River runs adjacent to the area which is surrounded on three sides by land leased by Theodore Cope. Marriage Licenses Flathead County clerk of-, court Question Rises On Cochrane Dam HELENA (UP) -- The need for construction of Cochrane Dam and^wVrTiT C^eU, 'S^Sd power plant near Great Falls was Alldrey j. H ^ of ' ^ quest.oned yesterday by opponents spel! aml Lester V Black 23, and, on ,,^ ^, ,, ,,,,,,.,,,,, S o U gftt , Anne Marie Nielsen 18| ot Columbia Falls. by Montana Power Co. · The question was raised as the second-half of a hearing on the firm's request to charge higher rates began in the State Senate chambers here. Sands of Arabia's deserts sometimes reach a temperature of 170 'degrees Fahrenheit. 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