The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 15, 1957 · Page 3
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Kalispell, Montana
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Friday, November 15, 1957
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Ralph Pedersen, 30, Dies Ralph E. Peder?on, 30, died *t his jiome in the Helena Flats District near Kallspell yes^prd^y afternoon as the result of strangulation. Mr. Pedersen wgs born in Soip- *rp, and with tjle exception of the tijjie spent fn the services, hqd made his home In the FJatljead all his life. He completed grade school in Kalippell and was grad- u?ted froni Flatjiead County HJ^h SehooJ. After his gj-gcJuqiJQP. lie entered the serv|ce on Feb. 17, 1945. lie served tn the Asiatic Pa- Revenue Service Files Tax Liens cific Theater with the 174th Station Hospital upit H,c was honorably discharged from service at Fort Lewis, Waah., as a techn{cl»n, fifth grade, on Dec. e, 1946. After being discharged he returned to Ka}(?peH and had been employed with his father in the Maytag store as an appliance servicepian. On Nov. 28, 1950, he marriel Pauline Hovey and is now survived by \\is w}fe at the family hojne. Besses his w}fe he is survived by two daughters, Karen Joe 5, Lesjle Anne 4, a^d one sop, Jeffrey RaJphi ?: his pare.nts, Mrs- A- E. Pedersen of one sister. Weather Facts FLATHEAD -- Cor»«!d«r3bl« cjoudl- Icjffi tni4 ·Itferftooti, tAftfKfct fctyd to- %norrow; wftfi occasional »now flurries. Little cooler daytime ttmpe'itures. High tod ? y.. Law tonight;!!!, Higli , . , tomorrow, «. Hffeh ywUrday. $*· !·»* last 'night, 31. ' T » i c e precipitation g ft pre !. SU durfng .... p.m.' punrlae, 7!« a.m. Noon eratur'e. '37. Re(»ljv« 'hurnldity a-fn., 73 per c«rit. .he last Zfl hnir». Subset, 4:53 .... . _.- .....I,. tem p. at 10 North Side Property Owners | J°h" Shea, 71, Receive Idaho Street Notices ; Di ! s j n . Kalis P eM Property owners on KaHspell's line at Nov. 29 at 5 p.m. The north side should receive their Council will hear verbal testimony notices today of the City Council's on the district at its Dec. 7 meet- resolution of intention to create ing. the Idaho Street improvement dis- Non-consecutive p u b l i c a t i o n John Shea, 71, died today at his home on West Second Street in Whitefish. Mr. Shea came to -the Flathead at one year of age with his parents and lived for a time five miles north of Kallspell and !ltu« BT Unit** OK nrvfpE - , , r ·* -flw IfupwjfH Meftly H -tofpp ric){ of Gfregt Falls; two brotiiisrs, Tb.e federal Servjee yesterday filed Income tax Ilenjs i» tye Flathead County cljark and recorder's office againpt a Co- 3um,bia Fslls construction firm and two Troy residents. The I f e . l e n a office filed a S7.554.S8 lien against the O'Connor Construction Co,, Inc., of Columbia Fa|Js for 'wltbholdin tajces. Taxes in question $6,370.79 for the Sept. 30, E- Pedersen Jr. of Finland: and thoniap E. P e e r - Revenue,sen of Browning. are 1956, quarter and $1,103.59 for the Dec. 31, 1958, quarter. A lien for 55,231.05 was filed against ttye property of Carl D, and DcJJa M. Cuipmings of Troy for 1952 and 1953 income taxes. The 19SZ figure was $3,742.23 and in 1953 is $2,488.82, servjee? (or JVIr. Peder* sen have been set for Saturday at 2 p.m. at Waggener Campbell Chapel, with the Rev. J.M. Gi'lms- vtid, pastor of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial w|ll be in the Glacier Memorial Jiirdens Cemetery where military iraveside honors will be held by the American Legion, VFW posts of Kalispell and members of the 639th Field Artiilary Battalion of the Montana National Guard unit of Kalispell. tomorrow; jiighj bolK' tonight" ·*·'*·· OCCi City Clerk H. J. Hunt mailed 875 notices yesterday in the Council's fourth attempt to raise $110,- dales on the previous district attended the Fide Grove School. THE INTER LAKE, Friday, NovemBcr !5, 195? 3- Walsh Praises FBI Training threatened to scuttle the sale of bonds on the legal rock?. On the advice of City Atty. Merrill War- 000 for federal cost-sharing im- den, the Council dropped the ques- provements on Idaho Street and a tiopable district. JOWSj SlgKl zo'/sb;'-'" 30f#.' JO\Y5 to^ FORECAST WEST Of ptVIPB -r Temptr»tures ' ' of amounts totaling J/TO to 4/3' of au JnBh; lilahs rtttjtme Z5 T 4o: low» 10-30. EAST 'OF DIVIPE -- Temperatures expected to aVprage 2-lfl below seasonal w|th few changes: snow likely expected 'to av«r'i«ee 2 T 10 tjegreef below 8e**bnal with fr«que«t or mostly sm?U c}iang«s; jriquent periods r»ln or -gnow with ' palpita ' sona w ew ca at, frequent Intervals with tion amounts totaling II JO precipita to 1/3 of an Inch; hlgll? ranging 23-^3. lows 5-33. " ' · Rqkers Get Fine! Pickup Call City J5n«Jn(ier L. p. gave leaf rajters the' last call today to tlje city's snuaj fail cleanup. City cleanup crews will rnake thejr final jounds durlj^g the coming Week, McClJutfck sajd. Property owners who w^nt leaves picked up should rake them onto the streets immediately. 'fhose who don't have leaves out 450 Attend Open House WHITEFISH (JLNgWMore th,sn 450 parents attended the American Education Week ope.n house at the Wbitefisb Central School Wednesday evening, ~. visitations and teach- Jn tjme will have to them at their own expense, he added. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO]R TRANSFER OP RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on this Sth day of November, 1957, oae Joseph A. McChesney filed with the Montan^ Liquor Control Board an application for transfer of a retaU liquor ljcer|se froni Ed' Clifford and Anne Scott son, to be used at Mountain View Tavei'H, Sec. 9, Twp, 29, Rge. 20W., Columbia F^lls, Montana, and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license wlllb^e heard at the hour of 8:30 o'clock A.M., on the 19th day pf December, 1957, at the office of e Montana Liquor Coptrol Board pf th in Helena, .. Dated November 5th, 1957. Signed, J. E. MANNING,. Adrnim'sti'ator. 8, 15 23, 89) ' CERTIFICATE OF DOJNG BUSI NESS UNDER FICITJOUS NAME STATE OF MONTANA ) ) ss. County of Flathead ) I, NORMAN G. BORGEN, clo hereby certify that I am, transacting a gas and fuol oil business at City Route 7, Kalispeil, Montana, uudev the fictitious nane of "EVERGREEN FUEL CO." My residence' address is Mead- pwlark Drive, Route 1, Kalispeil Montana, Dated this 29th day of October, 1957. NO8MAN G. BORGEN Subscribed and sworn to before ine this ?9th day of October, 1957; JAMfes F,. MURPHY Notary Moutatta portion of Jlighway 93. The Council passed a resolution of intention on the proposed district Nov. 5. First publication of tlje notice appeared in yesterday's Issue of Minor changes in the new d}s- He had been engaged in logging j Walsh, who returned Wednesday from an FBI training school In Flathead County Sheriff Dick I York City spoke at an'FBI-spon- operations for many years and retired two years ago. He is survived by his wife, Georgia, and son, Vernon, both of Whitefish. pequjem mass will be celebrated trict are the, inclusion of a block Monday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Charles and one lot of city property, Qrlf^ Catholic Church by the Rev. fin Park, and lots adjoining North Main Street from the Great North- Washington, D.C., called the sessions "the most impressive I have seen in my life." Along with 950 law enforcement m e n t sored banquet at the Sheraton- Park Hotel. Abput 1,800 persons attujiiied the banquet. The Lawrence Welk band was flown from Los Angeles to provide entertain- The Daily Inter Lake. The notice era right-of-way to Idaho Street. will be published five consecutive i days. Initiation of the notice procedure sets the protest dead- Father John F. Cronin and fauilal i ' d ' SCUS510 " s will be in Conrad Memorial Cemetery at KaUspeU. officers from the U.S. and other «" untries ' Walsh 3 , lt «« ded on TM a ** ever * P hase Station - M»? Jttn Pep Billings ............. _ ........ - ...... - 4* 30 T Broadus _ ,,,,..,,.. 41 Butta ,, 33 cut B»nK -----.... Diljoh 31 26 S5 27 36 41 ;.'. _;;^i:^zz 4o ,r.'~^... .._L. It 32 ' · 26 28 33 Drunimonc! Glasgow ...,,,,,_--,,,, __., Great T»I s ,, 44 Havre .,,.- , --.'- 31 Helena Kallspel} - - 45 Lfcwlstown _..,.,_, ',~, 40 Wvlngston _,..,,,.,,.. ,_ 42 Miles C|ty T ,-- 45 Mlssoyla ,,..,_ _ r ^.,._., , 4? Whttehsll ,...'.~',7.r.,. 4 JJ, T T T ' T " -- T " · ' f" Chtca|p -, _.,-,- »a ... Mpl*.'St. Paul -- 30 25 30 12 S3 ·45 32 53 83 T T T T .02 .05 .01 .02 .02 ·1Z .70 .10 .02 .62 Senior Class Play Pleases Crowd A goocl-si?ed crowd gave a warm reception to "The Importance of Being Earnest," senior class play presented last night in the. Flat- jjead Co\mty High School auditorium. The play had been presented to a student assembly yesterday. The student actors did a fine job with the "wordy" and subtle satire by Oscar Wilde. Director was Glenn Reznpr. The cast included Gary Graham, Hospital Notes BIETHS KNUTSON, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, boy Kalispeli, yesterday. MEULI, ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack, girl. Proctor, yesterday. ' TIPTON, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, girl, Columbia Falls, yesterday. Great Northern Appoints Whitman Appointment of R. N. Whitman'Lloyd, Whitefish. boy, yesterday! ADMITTED DERANLEAU, Phillip, Kalispeil. BOL1N George, Kureka. RIEHL, George, Kalispeil. LALLY, James, Somers. DISCHARGED PETERSON, Mrs. Nina, Kalispell. Whitefish Memorial of crime detection. "It was made clear that we have m a d e great advances against crime in the last 100 years, but that we must continue working hard to Keep ahead of the criminal's thinking a n d methods," Walsh said. "We now have new devices j known only to the police, but it is only a matter of time before the On their return Sheriff and Mrs. Walsh slopped in New York City to discuss plans for sending the Flathead County High School choir to Brussels with Marsella Cisney, coordinator of the program for the State Department. '' Libby Foundation Files With State HELENA (UP)-,A charter was criminal will have the same devices granted yesterday by the secre- BIKTHS PROTTIEK, Mr. to work against us," he said. "The police must be ,at least one step ahead." "Law officers at the school agreed that it is education that tary of state's office to the Schoknecht Family Foundation of Libby, a non-profit organization. According to the charter the firm will receive, maintain and apply and Mrs. puts the police ahead of the crlml- runds ? or Charitable, religious and nal and will keep him there." 'educational purposes. Directors for the organization to succeed the late C. O. Hooker as general manger of pavid Wagner, Fred LaRoque, Lar-1 Northern Hallway's lines . m ^, t ,«TM r ___ f ..^^ -.,...,,.,-- 78 ing demonstrations ware the tures of the ovsuing, following brief ParentrTeacher Association m.eetine, VocaZ and )pstru.raental selections by lunjor high school musicians wort the entertainment. Supt. W. W. Wetzel urged part ents to attend the P-TA confer- Whitefish Gets Pamphlets on CD the first two in a se-rins of pamphlets on civil defense have been received ences whjeh will be in the Wh,tte- In Whitefish by Mrs. A. E. Carr, fjsh schools for the first time on Nov. £5, 26 and 27. Regular classes will not convene on Nov. 26 and 27, Wetzel said. Report card? foy the current sJX'WeeJjs period will be given IP the parents at that time. He particularly invited fa» thers to attend the conferences. Also announced ^.t tl}e meeting was ths forthcoming open house at Whitens!} High School. This will be on Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m. Following a musical program, the super^ jnteiidept and teachers will'be available for conferences with part ents. · · "' A coffee hour concluded the. Wednesday evening p r o g r a m . Serving were sixth grade mothers, with Mrs. Lyle Rutherford in charge. Minor Assisting Stocking, her were Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Knopfle, Mrs, Elmer Knopfle and Mrs. Remfrcy Barton. Chanters Present Rotary Program Tile Flatliead County Chanters presented a program of Sigmund Romberg music at tue Kalispeil Rotary Club meeting yesterday. Soloists taking part in the program were Desiree Colette, Kay Cox and BUI Hindricksen. The group was directed by Edward Souder, FCttS vocal music instructor. zones chairman, from the office of Hugh Potter, the state director in T?elena. These pgraphlets, put out by the Federal Civil Defense Administration, ate being distributed by blqcK ivardpns to all Jn the Whitefish vicinity. , One phnrpPW^t, '-'Rural Fanij|yl Defense " deals wfth tfte Plans anfl necessities wbic}) }jave been fouijd vital, both in csije ef attack-in the ry Stidmon, .August Shaver, De- sivee Cojlette, Betty Evtz, Jerri- Little and Pat Paulas. Production staff, ifi addition to Reznor, Included Bjll McCIaren, technical, director! Roger French, stage manager; Pat Reynolds, Jim Snell and Ron DllPuy, stage cvew; Rod Steinmetzer and Bob Durgdo, building crew; Aaron Quade, Lanis Reynolds an^d Bill Sunde, lights; Joyce Hansen, Rae Marjq Lincoln and Kenny Jpnep,* costutnes; De» anna Kostka, Irene Basye and Great East, with headquarters in Dulutb, was announced here today. Mr. Hooker 4i?d in St, Paul on Nov. 7. Whitman, who has been assistant general manager at Dulutji since July. 1956, is a veterap of 29 years of railroading, most of it with^ Great Novthern. IJorn Jn Jasmin, Saskatchewan, he joined Great Northern in 1938 as an oporatgr on the Kalispell dir vision, in Montana, Coming up through the rar-ks as a telegrapher and dispatcher, b,o ADMITTED KING, Percy E., Eureka. MISCAMPBELL, M a u r i c e , fish. WOLFE, Peter, WhitefUh. \VJLLITT, Mrs. Roger, Olney. KARST, Mrs. Waller, Whitefish. Mrs. Cecil, White- Kathie Lasher, JoAr?n SniitU Lyle Hummel, fitage props; Pat Hcrsman, Wapda Savage, Lois; Smith, Sharon Parker and Glen Parpart, paint crew; Gail Jewett and Virginjq Walter, programs; JoLynn Siderius and Maripn Manning, ticket and printing; and advertising, the annual staff- Wagner and Qraham presented or In caring for evacuees from other area^. The other, "Grandma's Paritry Belo|igs ifi your Ditcher," 'lists the'foods for evacuation or shelter and the b^st pieaas of storage. Both contain information vita] to a strong defense program. Families who may have been missed in the circulation may obtain these booklets by calling Mrs. Carr or her assistant, Mrs. Sam Frederick. The Whitefish area has been divided into 13 zones, with a captain and an assistant in each. There an2 more than 130 block wardens actively working in the [defense program. The greatest number of these afe housewives, as tlie men of the community are being recruited for rescue teams and other Important jobs. Public for Ihe State of Residing at Kalispeil, Montana. My Commission expires Apiil 10, 1858. STATE OF MONTANA') ) ss. County of Flalheac] ) On this 29th day of October, 1957, before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public for the State of Montana, personally appeared Norman Cf- Bovgen, known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same. .- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have Jjer.euno set my hand and affixed rny Notarial Seal Ihe day and year Jn this certificate above written. J.AMES E. MURpHY Notary Public for the State of Montana .Residing at Kalispeil, Montana. My Commission expires April 10, 1958. · . . (Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22) Wrong Winner In The Daily Inter Lake story of the joint Achievement Night of the Spring Creek Lassies and the Spring Creek 4-H Club, Wednesday, it was erroneously reported that Harold Harrison had been awarded a pin by the International Harvester Co. for his outstanding agricultural work. The pin -was awarded to Harold Farris. Partnership Charles K. Taborsky and Alvin R. Hagen of Kalispell filed part- nersl}ip p?pevs for an auto repair 3nd service business with the Flathead County clerk and record^ er thi$ morning. The firm name is Hagen Taborski'. Butte Speaker BUTTE (UP) -- Car! J. Nagel, Chicago, president of the Ameri Teachers, will of the Butte Teachers Union at an Education Week dinner jn his honor tonight. can Federation of address members Jleznor with a from the between the second and third acts. More Selected To Helros Beverly Ferguson, hand props; «"t «»*·«"·««.«·· "·* »l TCntm/T.«,h R r -TnAnn Smith and trainmaster at Great Fajls Whitman was subsequently the railway's rules examiner fop West- Mrs, Jp]in, Whffcfjsh.. LENT, Mrs. Mary Frances, Wbltefish. STEVENS, Darwin, Eureka. DISCHARGED DJXON, ' Miss Melinda, White, fish. MISCAMPBELL, ern linos, and in went to attlp, Wash,, as terminal trainmaster. He became superintendent of the Cascade division at Seattle in 1953, and two years Jeter was given a leave of absence to accept an appointment as general manager of the government-owned AlasKa Railroad at Anchorage. Re returned to tjie Great Northern in 1956 as pssistfint general manager a.t DuHilb. In his new post, Whitman has operating jurisdiction over all of Great Northern's . lines east of Balnville, Mont. Whitqfish. M a u r i c e , Jay, White- McNElL, Mrs. Frank, Whjtefjsb. McCAULEY, Leonard, White* fish. APASLQNSON, Anton, Whitefish. MEULI, Marvin, WASVICK, Eobiu fish. WASVICK, Altoua Rose, White, fish. ARNOLD, Marvin, WhUefish- ST. PETER, Mrs. Alberta Eu. reka. WATSON, Michael, Olney. HEIBERT, Denise, Whitefisn. HUME, Mrs- Robert and baby ,boy, Fortine. Problems discussed at the school included selecting and training personnel, in-service training, organization and administration, major crimes, organized crimes, use of women in police work, traffic, modern p o l i c e technique and equipment, disasters, public service and juvenile cases. "Juvenile problems were discussed from every angle," Wafch said. "Considerable time was devoted to gangs and how to handle were listed as Dorothy and Julia Schoknecht of Kalispell and Mark J. Schocknecht of Libby. them." Graduation speaker at the 6Qth costs * session of the FBI Apademy was President Eisenhower who was given an FBI badge on a plaque. It was the first sueh badge given Pays $50 Fine Noel R- Phillips, Poison, pleaded guilty yesterday Jn Justice Henry Madsen's court to a charge of failure to drive in a careful and prudent manner. After entering his plea, he paid a fine of $50 and anyone other than a special agent of the FBI, Walsh said. Dr. Norman Vincent Peala of Marble Collegiate; Church in New Teenagers . . . . REQUEST PROGRAM Broadcail Ev*rr Saturday afternoon 1 to S by KOFI Radio from FERGUSSON'S SHOES .LOS ANCJELES (UP) ·'-- Six players and have h e e n j selected as members of the Helms Hall college football hall of fame. They were chosen in 1957 elections by the foundation's board. The players were Lynn, Vanderbjlt; Gaynell Tipsley, Louisiana State; Bill Cpvbus, Stanford, FrsnH Carideo, N?tre Dame. Erny Pickert, Southern- California, and Felix Blanoh,arJ, Al'Riy. Coaches aeieeted were Dr. die Anderson, Miko Donahue, Don Faurot, Richard Jfarlow, p. O, (Tuss) McLaughry, Ray Mori'ispp, ,-Cio Bakery Workers WASHINGTON (UP) --* The AFL-CJO today suspended the. 160,000-member BaKery Workers Union fpr defying a cleanup or^e,r to remove Bakers President ~ G. Cross, ,, T CIO Get Your PIZZA at Smitty's , ,, . GENUINE "DON PASQUAli" Pnona SK 6-6578 SMITTY'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT -- Jsatuflng Trlpl* XXX Hoot BM» -- Hl?lwv 3 W Miles Evst iro«n Pownloirn XaJl*j«U OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK The Ct««t*t Coy tn the Wo;!d |i ill* Guy Who TaBM HI* Family Out lo Dip* One* * W»«lt. President Meany announced the less tlian 34 hours after the Bakers' executive hpard refused to E' KrB^Wwoni'owiVepSmVcirii'^W* Cross to see * «-^«ctlen at Suavely and Lynn Waldorf. ' * special convention, The 1957 elections raised to 8? the numbesr of plwei's Wd coaches now in the Helms college football hall of Aided Immigrants Organized legal sjd. work in tlie United States was begun in 187i3 to help Qerm,nn JmmigraiitR, according to the Encyclopedia · Bri* tannica. Arkansas spant S347.086 during fiscal 19S5r56 for operating its school for the deaf. Rummage Sole y Jtl e Monl»r»s P!B!« »»»ocl3tlon. -- Diatrict Wo, «, November 16, at 9 at IOOF Art Showing The Joe Schumacher aft showing in the Little Gallery wjll be today ~a«d tomorrow frorn 2 to 5 p.m.' aud 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. COME SEE* US-NOW if there are gift's you would lika laid avyay. $1-00 holds your sstection. Bjofneby Jewelry DANCING «t fhe MOUNTAIN VIEW TAVERN · Popular · Western Friday and Saturday 9:30 'til 2 Sunday- 7:30 'til 12 ·-- No Minors ---- ' LAMES.. . * You Are Invited To A PARTY with "POLLY PACIFIC' ^ featuring HOLIDAY PARTY IDEAS 2:30 p.m. Friday, November 22 \ -Ati · . Main Street Furniture IN KALISPELL » Make sure you have enough insifflniKE AT THESE PRICiS, YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO HAVE In Kalispell $3.46 per $1000 for 3 years In Whitefish $3.46 per $1000 for 3 years in Columbia Falls . . . .$4.10 per $1000 for 3 years in Somors $5.40 per $1000 for 3 years In Bigfork $8.64 per $1000 for 3 years (Outside tha Aboyi City Limits - $8.64 par $1000 for 3 ytan) 0 · · ' ' ' . (10% discount on homes under construction) WHY NOT CALL US OR DROP US A LINE BEFORE YOU BUY OR RENEW? t . · · . . · · ' WE REPRESENT SOME OF THE STRONGEST COMPANIES IN THE WORLD! "LOCAL ADJUSTMtNTS" WALT WOODS AGENCY BUD SlYTCK Ph SK6-5O31 INSURANCE AUTO IOANS TOM MOHtOW 332 M«in . . . FOR FUN-LOVING PEOPLE! The TOWN and COUNTRY by Fischer All furvlovlng people will go for this . , , America's new favorite game! Small and compact. Only 36" wide and 52" long. Finished in cork tone with color-fleck enamel. Other colors alto available. Complete with two cues and ten balls. Automatic ball return, 'live" rubber action. Come in and see this today! $ Only-99 95 Remember - $5.00 Will Hold For Christmas! , ^f

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