The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 14, 1957 · Page 2
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Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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-2 THE INTER LAKE, Thursday, November 14, 1957 Doctors Remove Wood from Leg Of Hungry Horse Dam Worker BILLINGS (UP) -- Seventeen years of agony-have ended for Wil- 1 i a m n. Bandy, 72, Billings, through removal of a three-inch stick of wood from his thigh. Bandy injured his leg when he fell in heavy timber in 1940 near the present site of Hungry Horse Dam. He did not know his leg was pierced by the wood and since that time had been bothered by pain. Continued treatments and x-rays friled to show the chunk of wood which was one-inch wide and three-inches long. The man's travels took him to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., but still no explanation could be given for the pain in his leg. Finally, the thigh began to swell ard Billings doctors decided to operate. The first item they found was the wood, which at.first was thought to be bone. But a laboratory test proved to everyone's surprise that, the material wag wood. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- GO OUT TO A MOVIE! Thurs. thru Sun. MATINEE SUNDAY 2:00 ONLY One Evening Show at 7:30 JANE WITHERS · Qfllt WlllS · MERCEDES MtCAMBHDGE -CARROLL BAKER Evergreen Lions Hear Kearns John Kearns, personnel .director for the Anaconda Aluminum Co. plant at Columbia Palls, and newly elected chairman of the Flathead Safety Council, was the guest speaker at the meeting of the Evergreen Lions Club last night. Kearns spoke on the increasing need for people to take action against the shameful accidental death rate in the country. Guests of the club included Harley Houston, chairman of the county commissioners, and Oscar Wendt, county commissioner. The club will hold a "spouse night" at the next meeting Nov. 27 at which time all members are invited to bring their wives to a regular meeting, in order to acquaint them with the workings of lionism. Government Approves Plans To Expand Creston Hatchery The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service yesterday announced Its approval of plans to expand the Creslon'Fish Hatchery. Notice was ! given in a letter to Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.) from D. H. Janzen, director of the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Increased fishing in Western Montana was given as the reaon for expansion of the facility. Expansion is also planned for the fish hatchery at Ennis. In his letter to Sen Mansfield, Janzen said, "As you know, the fishing pressure on streams and lakes in Western Montana has Increased greatly in recent years. Space Dog Dies MOSCOW (UP)--A Soviet scientist and a Moscow Radio commentator last night confirmed that Laika, the Soviet space dog, is dead. Dr. Vladimir Chernigovsky, a noted pjhysiologist who helped train the animal, said Sputnik Il's canine passenger had not been ex-, pected to live more than a fewi days in the first place. Janzen said the improvements will be required "to meet the increased requirements for trout stocking purposes." The program outlined by Janzen calls for spending $230,000. New facilites planned include a f i s h food preparation and cold storage building, raceways, concrete tanks to replace troughs, 20 hatching troughs, two new residences with garages, replacement of the water supply line to the spring, construction of a water supply and sewage system and a bridge. ' , It is expected that-some of the money would be budgeted for work in the new fiscal year starting July 1. Monsignor Speaks On Education Week The Rt. Rev. Michael J. Haliigan' spoke on National Education Week at a meeting of the St. Matthew's Home and School Association Tuesday in the' social center. Members also heard a report on the recent bazaar. Plans were made for a bake sale Dec. 8 after the masses and also for coffee and doughnut service In the social cen- te reach Sunday morning. Charles Bone, local Navy recruiting officer, showed several movies on Navy life. The attendance award was won by the sixth grade. A coffee and social hour followed the meeting. It was announced that Christmas cards will be sent home with the children. Bailey to Teach Oils Class Those Interested in painting in oils are urged to sign up for the class conducted by Ed Bailey, foe- ginning Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the Kalispell Hotel. The class is conducted under the auspices of the Kalispell branch of the MIA. Bailey said the class is open to both beginners and advanced students, and that members would be free to do the kind of painting they wished. Those interested, who have not yet signed I up for the class, should attend the meeting Tuesday evening, Bailey said. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Largest shifting sand dune in the United States is near Frankfort, Mich. State Receives National Award for Reducing Accidents HELENA (UP) -- Gov. J. Hugo Aronson said the State of Montana has been chosen to receive Hospital Notes When discovered, aluminum was ,'the lightest metal then known. Personal Loans To Fit Your Needs First National Bank Kalispell. Montana Teenagers . . . . REQUEST PROGRAM Broadcast Every Saturday afternoon I to 2 by KOFI Radio from FERGUSSON'S SHOES BIRTHS McDONALD, Mr. a n d .Mrs. James, boy, Kalispell, yesterday. ADMITTED CARPENTER, Mrs. Anna, Kalispell., CRANSTON, Mrs. Helen, Kalispell. 'MAHUGH, Lester, Kalispell. BAUER, Mrs. Cora, Poison. DISCHARGED MARBLE, Mrs. Laura, West Glacier. ICAROW, Mrs. Catherine, Kalispell. PETA, Joseph, Columbia Falls. TORRES, Mrs. Anthony and baby, Rexford. MURER, Mrs. Loyal and baby, Kalispell.' GARDNER, Mrs. Dallas and baby, Kalispell. the National Walker Safety Award. work in reducing highway faiali- for 1957. ties this year. - The award is jointly sponsored' by the Walker Manufacturing Co.,| Racine, Wis., and the National ! Police Officers Association of America. Aronson said he would turn the award over to State Highway Patrol Supervisor Alex B. Stephenson in recognition of the patrol's Get Your PIZZA at Smitty's . . . GENUINE "DON PASQUALE" Phone SK 6-6578 S M I T T Y ' S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT -- feoiurlng Triple XXX Root Beer -Highway 2 IVt Kile* East from Downlown Kalhpell OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Tho Gxeaieit Guy in Ihe World U tho Guy Who Tak«« HI» Family OuS to Dine Once a Week. SENIOR CLASS PLAY "THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST" By Oscar Wilde Get-Acquainted Night Flathead County High Auditorium Thursday, 8:30 P.M. 75 Cents Jet Crashes BUgSUJVt, Holland (UP)--A-U.S. Air Force jet fighter plane crashed into a Dutch army barracks today. First reports said five Dutch soldiers were killed and "scores" injured. The reports said the American -pilot parachuted to safety before the crash. Weather Facts WARDS 333 MAIN .PHONE SK 6-4758 OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 P.M. r l O N T G Q M E H Y A j. " · ' ; ! . V f ' L tTM ·»· · IV" %* E THEY · · · ' - "' '* ' " ' ' TM - - FLATHEAD -- Considerable cloudiness this afternoon, tonight and Friday. Scattered showers or snow flurries this afternoon and Friday. High today. 40. Low tonight. 30. High tomorrow, 36. High yesterday. 41. Low last night, 31. .25 inch precipitation during' the last 24 hours. Sunset, 5 p.m. Sunrise. 7:44 a.m. Noon temperature, 35. Relative humidity at 10 a.m., 8G per cent. By United Freix WEST OF DIVIDE -- Cloudy and colder with occasional snow through tomorrow; snow occasionally mixed with rain lower levels today; highs today 30-40; lows tonight 20-30; highs tomorrow 28-38. EAST OF DIVIDE -- Mostly cloudy and colder through tomorrow; snow or rain changing to snow north, scattered light showers or snow flurries south today; highs 35-45: scattered snow tonight and tomorrow; lows tonight 20-30; highs tomorrow 30-40. . ' THE MONTANA TABLE Wax. Mln. Billings ........ ...................... 49 Pep. 34 Belgrade _ _. 44 25 -Broadus _ _ _ 54 , 26 -Butte __ 32 23 T Cut Bank ..,,.' .__ 44 31 .01 Dillon _ ,, 44 27 T Drummond 3D 27 T Glasgow _ 52 32 -Great Falls _ _ 46 33 .06 Havre 50 38 .05 Helena __ 43 29 .03 Kalispell ,,.,,.. 40 33 .27 Lewistown ,, _ ,, 49 33 .02 Livingston _ _ 45 33 T Miles City _ 56 33 -Missoula 42 31 .08 W. Yellowstone 32 24 .24 .66 THE NATIONAL TABLE ff/ 1 Chicago _ 53 Denver _ _ 53 Los Angeles 67 Mpls.-St. Paul _ 45 New Orleans _ 72 New York 5T Phoenix _ 71 Seattle ,,,,..._ 52 Miami _ _ ,, 78 49 32 55 41 61 48 44 74 .05 1.37 .65 Just Reward NOTTINGHAM, England (UP)-The thief who had been stealing milk from a druggist's doorstep found other things to do today. 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