The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 14, 1957 · Page 6
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Wifli Moira Daridion, Dwight Towers, 33, discussed his forriity in West Mystic, Conn.--Sharon and the two children whose cherished portraits he kept in his quarter! aboard the submarine USS SCORPION. "Dwight Junior goes to grade school, and Helen . . . she goes to kindergarten right now. We live right near the shore. I'm going to get a sailboat when I'm home on my next leave. I guess that'll be next September." II-J3 Moira was silent, knowing that Dwight's family was dead, knowing that in September they, too, would be dead! Dwight broke the silence, "I suppose you think I'm nuts, but that's the way I see it, and I can't seem to think about it any other way." [Distributed by NEA Service. Inc.© 1957 by William Morrow 4 Co., Inc. o z CO rn O X -owtbouse Work K I L L I N G S (UP) -- Yellowstone Ci-.Tt.v's new eight-story court- l ( ; i ! r L - is 80 per cent complete, it ·-;:s renounced today. The new Transfer Group Elects Walter to Office R. G. (Dick) Walter, owner of City Transfer and Storage, was elected vice president o£ the Montana Transfer and Warehousemen's Association at the 18th annual A. K. Torbergson Funeral services for Antone K. y seat building is expected, Torber?son ; 95 were Tuesday at to bo finished by next April 1. Skill Needed For Big Slam BY OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service North's b i d d i n g was entirely too enthusiastic. He should have con- t e n t e d himself with a s m a l l slam.jcame to the United States. In 1910 West opened the king of spades, be moved to the Niarada and Lone and when South looked at the dummy, lie noted immediately that the Waggener Campbell Chapel, with the R e v . L. O. Lassenson o£ Bigfork officiating. Burial was in the family section of the Murray Memorial Cemetery at NiainrJa with Christ Fritz. Grover Fritz, U. D. McHenry and L. G. Dondanville as pallbearers. Antone K. Torbergson was born in Bodo, Norway, De.e. 17, 1861. He grew to manhood there and in 1891 of Niarada. Peter of Kalispell, and, continued to live there until 1919) ployed at Velex Naval Depot in Walter of Sandy, Ore.; one brother, Thomas Tobergson of Minneapolis, Minn.; 20 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren, and 14 great-great-grandchildren. Besides his wife, A n n a , he was also preceded in death by five chil-|^5 of Kalispell Elks Lodge No. dren. Arthur N. Bessey NORTH 14 A A J 9 V A.J 1 0 9 - 4 3 4 Q7 * A 4 WEST EAST A K Q 10 6 4 * 8 7 5 3 2 V 8 V 2 * -I 6 5 4 + K 3 2 ·s. ,'t 7 :·; . · 4- Q 8 6 5 SOUTH (D) A None V K Q 7 6 5 * A 10 9 S . * K J 10 i No..one vulnerable Sou Ih West North East 1 V 4 A 5 t 6 V Pass Puss Pass Pnss Pass 3 * 4 N.T. 5 N.T. 7 V Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead-- Pine area where he engaged in farming and five years ago moved to Somcrs where had made his since. j In 1884, he married Ana Mar- 'tinsou who preceded her husband iu death some years ago. Mr. Torberjrson died Saturday afternoon iu Kalispell. Surviving him are two daugh- Mrs. C. H, Anderson of Butte; one son, Otto A. Bessey, in Boston; and three grandsons. Funeral .services for Arthur N. t Mr. Bessey died at his home, Eessey, 7C, were conducted from 430 First Ave. West, Kalispell, on (he Johnson Chapel to Conrad .Nov. 8. j Memorial Cemetery where grave- j side rites were conducted by t h e ] Rev. Gordon Patterson, pastor of when they came to Kalispell. Mrs. Spokane and in the spring of 1949 Bessey died in Kalispeli June 24,. he received t r a i n i n g in office ma| chine repair in Washington, D.C.' Following t h a t training, he was employed in Missoula until March, 1955, when he accepted employment with the Murphy Office Supply Co., of Butte and since that! He is survived by one daughter, l i m e 1)ad Jllade his nome in Bulte. He was engaged in the barber business until a few years ago when he retired. He was a mem- 725. urer. Two directors elected at the: meeting are Bill Blair, Missoula,. and Tex Elliston, Great Falls. Main business of the association meeting was to require all Montana household goods carriers to operate u n d e r a published tariff and to gel the State Railroad Commission to abolish rule 31 regu- l a t i n g carriers in the state and to transfer permits of Household Carrier from class C to B. A petition, containing these re- quests, has been placed before the commission and,- after notices of this petition have been scnl out to all interested carriers, a date will be set for a hearing oju the matter. Waiter announced t h a t two representatives of the Montana Motor Transport Association will be in Kalispell to assist anyone interested in pro-ration licensing Cor the coming yea;-. The date will be announced. CORRECTION -- Tuesday's Easy Washer Ad Should Have Read . . . New EASY WASHER-DRYER COMBINATION Now WITH TRADE D K. Epworth Methodist Church and! Funeral services for Donald R. I Johnson, 34, were Tuesday at l.'Waggener and Campbell Chapel, Ricketls, W. G. Keith, George Had- with the Rev. J. M. Grimsrud, dow Jr., Jack McCarthy, D e W i t t j pastor of Bethlehem Lutheran Kalispell Elks Lodge No. 725. Pallbearers included R. O'Neil and Everett Slroud. Ariliur Nathan Bessey was bom in Niotaza, Kan., J a n . 13, 1881, Church, officiating. Burial was in Conrad Memorial Cemetery, with Harry Ernest, Matt Mr. Johnson died at his home in Bute Nov. o. On Dec. 23, 1955, he married Haraona Larsen at the United Lutheran Church in B u t e and is now survived by her. Besides his widow, he is survived by his father, Lawrence Johnson of Kalispell; one sister, Mrs. Richard Smith of Kalispell; four brothers, John Luther Johnson and Wendell D., both of Kalispell; Lt. Lawrence Johnson of San Antonio. Tex., and Rodney of Spokane, Wash. He was preceded in death by his mother a son of Nathan and Harriet Bes-|Gress, Bill Beller, Bill Stewart.] ters. Mrs. Sfr.a Brininger of Som- sey. He grew to manhood there Ross Caton and Lee Lewis, pall- iers and Mrs. Selma Hamberg of and on Jan. 7, 1902, man-led Mary hearers. Eugene. Ore.; three sons, ArllnirlBelle Shouse in Niotaze. They The Daily Inter Lake Presents RADIO for TODAY KGEZ - MBS, -600 ke Thursday Afternoon 3:00 HDecial Wire 5:05 EZ Listening 5:15 EZ Listening · 5:30 Special Wire 5;S5E2 Listening 5:45 Sports Digest 6:00 Special Wire 6:05 EZ Listening 6:15 Mercantile News ' 6:30 Special Wire 6:35EZ Listening 6:55! 7:i 7:05 EZ Listening 7:13 The Alexanders 7:30 Special Wire 7:35 Secrets of Scotland Yards 8:00 Montana Ne\vn 8:05 EZ Listening 8:30 Special Wire 8:35 Magazine Review 8:45 EZ Listening 9:00 Special Wire 9:05 EZ Listening 9-30 Special Wire 9:35 EZ Listening 9:4o Square Dance Time 10:00 Special Wire 10-05EZ Listening entire play for seven was to f i n d j the queen of clubs and use one of 6:45 state Sports ! * . c.cs irir? T :,-*,.«;.-, rt his clubs to discard dummy's lowi diamond. A peek would have made the hand automatically, but without a peek South had to decide on the play to give the maximum chance for success, and the one he worked out fulfilled all conditions. South started by niffing the opening spade lead. A trump to dummy ' pulled both opposition trumps and the ace of spades was led, South, letting a diamond go from his hand. The last spade was ruffed and now South played! three rounds o£ trumps. He discarded another diamond and East and West let go two spades and a diamond each. " The next three plays were: ace of clubs, king of clubs and jack of clubs, which declarer trumped in dummy. Now dummy's last trump was led and East was squeezed. He held the guard for the king of diamonds, since his only hope was that South did not hold another club. This meant that he had to let the queen of clubs go and South made the grand slam. The whole play had been perfect technique. Not only did South's method of attack insure success if the queen of clubs was held by the player with short clubs, but it gave an extra chance for a mistake. If West held the queen of clubs, he might have covered the jack with the queen. Finally it gave the extra winning chance. East held both the queen of clubs and king of diamonds and ran into the squeeze. 10:OOEZ Listening 11:00 Special Wire 11:05 EZ Listening 11:55 Special Wire 12:00 Sign Off Friday Morning 5:30 Break the Day EZ 6:00 Special Wire 6:05 EZ Listening G:25 Farm Shorls 7:00 Special Wire 7:05 EZ Listening 7:30Speci;U Wire 7:35 Montana News 7:40 EZ Listening : 8:00 Frank Hemingway 8:15 Art Baker 8:30 Special Wire 8:35 Montana News 8:JOEZ Listening 9:00 Special Wire 0:05 JC.Z Listening · S:15 Hymn Time 9:30 Special Wire 0:35 Queen For a Day 10:00 Special Wire 10.05EZ Listening 10:15 Dr. Paul 10:30 Special Wire 10:35 EZ Listening 10:45 Friendly Philosopher 11:00 Special Wire 11:05 Whitefish Time 11:30 Special. Wire H:35 Whitefish Time 11:45 E Listening Friday Noon 12:00 Special Wire 12:05 EZ Listening 12:15 Texaco News 12:30 Special Wire 12:35 Weather News 12:40 EZ Listening 1:00 Community News 1:15 EZ Listening 1:30 Special Wire 1:35 EZ Listening · 2:00 Special Wire 2:05 EZ Listening 2-.30 Special Wire 2:35 EZ Listening 3:00 Special Wire 3:05 EZ Listening 3:30 Special Wire 3:35 EZ Listening 4:00Montana ..News. 4:05 Penny Arcade 4:15 Frank Hemingway 4:30 Special Wire 4-.35EZ Listening 5;OOS'iecial Wire Donald Robert Johnson was born in Kalispell Jan. 14, 1923, a sen of Lawrence and Anne Grinager Johnson. He received his education in Kalispell grade and high schools, and in December, 1941, enlisted in the Air Force." In 1942, he went overseas to Australia where he served until 1944, when he was injured in the line of duty. He was returned to the "United States and was hospitalized at McCaw Hospital at Walla Walla, Wash., until his discharge in May, 1945. After his discharge, he was em- Mr. Johnson was a member of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church and was confirmed there in 1937. TURKEY AND HAM DINNER by East Side Grange, Creston Saturday, Nov. 16 Serving from 5 P.M. on Adults $1.50 Children 75c MONTGOMERY WARD for quality am/ vahis In Kalispell Open Friday Nights 'til 9 meeting of the Montana Motor Transport Association last week in Great Falls. Other officers are Tom Powers, Helena, president, and Howard Nelson, Billings, secretary-treus- MciNTOSH MUSIC HOUSE 40 Main St. Phone SK 6-6232 ITfl Q -- The bidding has been: NorUi East South West 1 V Pass 2 * Pass 3 * Pass 3 * Pass 3 A Pass ? You, South, hold: 487 V K J 6 4 Q 1 0 9 6 S *A Q J What do you bid? A -- Four clubs. There is some- slam possibility in this hand and you are not jeopardizing: anything: by showing your club ace. i TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues by bid- cling four hearts. What do you do · now? ' . ' · . . . . . 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