The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 28, 1976 · Page 2
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 2

Kalispell, Montana
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Friday, May 28, 1976
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A--2 Frlotoy. May 2*. 1974 Th« 0*Hy Inw L«kt, Monttn* KSSSWKWWswwwwHWWWOOswwwwsMKWowwswOT * 4 ·· 4 4 Tiernev raos controls I Accident injures woman JL 9'*-' i M t/^/J m \Mmf\y \^\Jm «/ f/ t l^t'O ,; ; :i A IJ-ywr-old Kalliptll wom»n wu Ulwe by »m- Toomta uid Uwion drove hli truck ooto Uw ^ . ...... . . . 5: butane* to Kallsp*)) R«rion«l Howllil lot treatment highway and mad? in executively wide ri«1i» turn The federal government must allow the slates to solve their problems as the sovereign political entitles that they are, U.S. Senate hopeful, John F. Tierney said here Wednesday. "It's a dangerous trend to have federal appointees dictating to duly elected officials," Tierney, a Republican, said in a campaign swing through Kalispell. Tierney called for a review of all e x i s t i n g a g e n c i e s , a moratorium on new agencies, a sunset bill and congressional review of all proposed rules and regulations. "If we do this, we can give the slates more ability to solve their own problems," he said. As an example, Tiemy said one function which the states slwuld have control over is strip mining legislation. He said he is opposed to legislation currently backed by U.S. Rep. John Meleher because that legislation calls for tn Interior Department official to have final say over state regulations. Meleher is one of two can- didites currently seeking the Democratic nomination for the Senate seat being vacated by Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield, also a Democrat. Tierney said he supported reclamation legislation while a state legislator and that legislation should be handled by the state. Regarding energy, Tierney called for the development of fossil fuels as a temporary solution but added he believes technology holds the answer for solving the energy shortage. "We cannot allow the pervasive negative stances of the anti- technology groups to keep us from solving our problem anymore than we can allow the anti- developmental negativism to deter us from using our fossil fuels as the short-run solution," he said. .Although another GOP candidate, Dave Drum, is outspending Tierney by a margin of three to one, Tierney said he is confident of winning the nomination. "I have been meeting with the public since Feburary and Montanans like the personal contact rather than meeting them through advertising," he said. On other issues Tierney said. --Unemployment must be solved in the private sector. --The U.S. must maintain a strong, efficient and effective military posture and military forces only should be committed to clearly defined military objectives. --The nation must make every effort to reduce tensions and confrontations but at the same time negotiating from a position of strength. A It-year-old Kalltpell woman wu Ukeo by ambulance to Kalispell Region*) Hospital lot treatment of shock resulting from a two-truck accident near Mountain View Thursday night. Montana Highway Patrolman Bob Toombs said Ladonna Nutter was treated following an 11:06 p.m. incident near the juncliim of a county road with U.S. Hwy. 2 about 10 miles east of Kalispell, Nutter and her 13-year-old brother Billy were passengers in a 1975 Ford pickup driven by Timothy W. Lawson, 20, of Kalispell. School receives funds Bigfork School District 38-J was among the 12 districts throughout the state receiving consolidation and annexation payments this week. Supt. of Public Instruction Dolores Colburg said the Bigfork District will receive *9,MO authorized in 1971 by the legislature to provide financial assistance to merging school districts. Under the incentive program, enlarged districts receive from the state a bonus payment of $100 for | each youngster residing in the smallest of the compo: nent districts. The enlarged districts also are granted : a transportation payment to help offset transportation ; costs resulting from consolidation or annexation, Colburg said. Toombs Mid Uwson drove hit truck ooto the highway and mad; an executively wide right turn before heading north. The Lawson vehicle, in swinging into the southbound lane, forced an oncoming 1957 Chevy pickup driven by 35-year-old Jim Peterson of Kalispell off onto the shoulder of his lane. Then, as Lawson attempted to swing back into the northbound lane, Ihe Peterson vehicle collided with the Lawson truck. Lawsor.'s vehicle sustained damages estimated at near 11,500 while the Peterson vehicle was damaged to the tune of about tSOO. Lawson was cited for failure to yield the roadway to an oncoming vehicle STOCK CAR · RACING · Californian charged A Nevada, Calif, man appeared before acting Kalispell Justice of the Peace Mary Riedel Thursday on felony theft charges specified in a warrant issued out of Lake County. Randall Armstrong, 56, was placed under 12,500 bond and remanded to the custody of the Flathead County sheriff's office for transportation to Lake County. Guilty plea entered Walter J. Gilbert entered a district court plea of guilty Thursday to felony charges of bail jumping stemming from an incident on Oct. 21, 1975. Presiding Judge Robert C. Sykes scheduled a pre- sentence hearing for Gilbert on June 14 and continued bond in the amount of $2,500. Gilbert remains in custody in lieu of furnishing same. obituaries Verba M. Holman, 70 We would like to express our most heartfiiled thanks to our friends and neighbors for the help and sympathy in behalf of Archie D. Cameron during our bereavement. We would also like to thank Rev. Carl Pershall, Dr. Bruce Allison, the Johnson Funeral home and Mr. and Mrs. Watne and Staff of the Flathead County Rest Home for their help and kindness to our beloved one. Mrs. Archie Cameron Mr. Mrs. Chuck Workman Mr. Mrs. Richard Whitehead Mr. Mrs. Fred Cameron Mr. Mrs. Earl Cameron Mr. Mrs. Donald Cameron Mr. Mrs. Ken Cameron Mr. Mrs. Jack Tremis Archie Cameron, Jr. Josephine Nelson Verba May Holman, 70, who had resided at 3275 Airport Road, died in Kalispell Thursday. She was born April 17, 1906, in Wisconsin. As a child she moved with her family to North Dakota where she had received her education at Williston. On April 3, 1923, she was married to Floyd Warren Holman in Poplar. The couple had lived at Williston, N.D. until about 1947, when they moved to the Flathead area, living in the Swan River area until moving to Kalispell. M r s . H o l m a n was preceded in death by her husband, Floyd, on June 14, 1971, and now is survived by one son, Warren N. Holman of Bigfork; one d a u g h t e r , Mrs. L y l e ( C a r o l ) W y a n t o f K a l i s p e l l ; f i v e g r a n d c h i l d r e n ; o n e brother, Cliff White, and o n e s i s t e r , D o r a Whitehurst, both in California, and several nieces and BIG SKY SPEEDWAY JAYCEE BENEFIT Memorial Day May 31, 1976 Time Trial 6:00 P.M. Race Time 7:00 P.M. Gate S 2°° Per Person 1 Mile South Of County Airport Memorial Day Weekend BORDEN HOTEL RESTAURANT LOUNGE FREE HORS D'OQJVKS S«rv«d Sat. 4 P.M. FREE PRIZES Orv«n Away Sat. Nil* and Sun. Afttmeen LIVE COUNTRY MISKNKOTLY Featuring R«yan4Hiy!ii* Please Notify for Reservations Whitehall, Montana - 23 Miles East of Butlt on 1*90 nephews. Funeral services for Mrs. Holman will be conducted in the Johnson Chapel 1 p.m. Saturday with the Rev. Ron Pierce, pastor of the Swan Chapel officiating. Burial will be in the Lonepine Cemetery at Bigfork. BIG SKY SPEEDWAY MEMORIAL DAY RACES Sat., May 29 'flui JaycM B«n«fit roc* Monday, May 31 Com* 0«t tog«th*r with your friend*. Try our all b*«f burg«u olrwr »notk». Buy a program 4 cushion from N«w Ladnt Auxilary Tim* tiioli -- 6:00 Racing: 7:00 3 mil» N. of K marl on laSall* Rd. Florence Hansen, 67 Rosary for Mrs. Florence Hansen will be recited in the Johnson Chapel 8 p.m. this evening. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated in St. Matthew's Catholic Church 10a.m. Saturday wilh the Rev. Father James Moe as celebrant. Burial will be in the Conrad Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Hansen, age 67, who had resided at Forest Hill Village, died in Kalispell on Thursday morning. Ann, Orr, 85 LIBBY - Ann Orr, 85, died Wednesday in Libby. She was born Oct. 20, 1890, in Eldorado, 111. and WE'RET ALWAYS ON WHEELS AKHON, Ohio (AP) - America has turned into a nation on wheels around the house as well as on the road. According to economists at Goodyear, the rubber industry will build seven million tires next year for yard tractors, cultivators, spreaders, wheel barrows, snow throwers, dune buggies, leafers, go-carts, trailers and other "miscellaneous" vehicles. Because they aren't in constant use, many of the tires found on vehicles around the home never need replacing, Goodyear points out. So most of these sales are made to vehicle manufacturers instead of individuals. was married to James Orr, Dec. 24, 1911, at Gossett, 111. They came to Kalispell in 1912 and homesteaded _outh of Libby beginning in 19U. She is survived by two daughters, Helen Miller of Trout Creek and Ellen Dryden of Scio, Ore.; six sons, Edward, Willard, Carl, Ray and Marion, all of Libby and Paul of Kalispell; and numerous grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the Vial Funeral Home with the Rev. Willford Luce officiating. Interment will follow at the City of Libby Cemetery. Advisory park board selected Five r e s i d e n t s of Whitefish and vicinity have been selected for appointment to the newly formed Whitefish Advisory Park Board. Flathead County Commissioner Mel Wollan said Bud Uecker, Terry Nelson, Stan Walker, Al Bjorsness, and Holand Newton will serve on the board, which was created this morning. The board will act as a liaison between Whitefish and the Flathead County Park Board, working on development and completion of projects of interest to both. Wollan said the board will be immediately concerned with completing the tennis courts just west of Whitefish. Other projects contemplated by the board are the improvement of a softball and baseball field. Wollan said .there is a need for county assistance in some .Whitefish-area projects, because of the many county residents who use the facilities. Our Thanks... To Mr. John Smithlin of Smitties Beef Palace and John Carpenter of Kalispell Livestock Auction for the burger meat donated for 2 of our Jack Pot Rodeos. Flathead High School Rodeo Team Boosters STAR MEADOWS RANCH ANNUAL SUMMER OPENING DANCE SAT., MAY 29th MUSIC BY FREDENBERG ORCHESTRA Everyone Welcome -- Whitefish APPEARING FRI. SAT. NITES Place A Classified Ad Today in The Daily Inter Lake .Get away from the Hum Drum of less exciting menus and join ihe in crowd for the largest seafood menu and the most succulent \\ prune rib in Northwest Montana. Dance to the music by The Wheelers Fri. and Sat. nights at the exciting Dining room from 5 10 n Fri. t Sat. night HANSEN, Florence, 67, Forest Hiil Village. Died Thursday. Rosary 8 p.m. Friday in Johnson Chapel. Mass of the Resurrection 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Matthew's Catholic Church. B u r i a l i n C o n r a d Memorial Cemetery. HOLMAN, Verba, 70, 3275 Airport Rd. Died Thursday. Funeral services 1 p.m. Saturday in Johnson Chapel. Burial in Lonepine Cemetery, Bigfork. MONTPETIT, Magaret, 88, M o u n t a i n View Manor, Whitefish. Died Thursday. Funeral arrangements pending. JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME 525 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 756-5036 KALISPELL, MONTANA North Valley Reicue Association Annual PANCAKE BREAKFAST Montana Vetoram Home Al R«Kua BWg. SUNDAY, MAY 30th 9 im. to 2 pun. Donation $2.00 AdulU $1.00 Under 12 GREASY JOE and the ROADHOGS 9:30 - 1:30 "Relive The'50$" $2.00 Cover Chg. BUFFALO CHIP SALOON Hwy. 1 East te FORT KALISPELL WEATHERFORD FUNERAL HOME Kalispell 755-3432 Daily Except Saturday and New Year's Day, Memorial Day, independence Day. Labor Day. Christmas Pay by Infer Lake Publishing Company. 300 First Avsnue West, Kalspe'4. Zip Code 59901. Entered as second c'ass matter a\ post office. KaVspeli. Montana. · C. Patrick King, publisher, editor. Merlin Hanson- manag^g editor, James C. Pearce, advrlising manager. Jess AHred. production manager. Tom Kurdy, business manager. Steve Owens, cfrculation manager. 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