The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 30, 1976 · Page 8
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 8

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
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A-» Sund«y, M*y », 1*78 Th» MN Mir Ltfw, arm landers Deir Ann Landers: Can a 16-year-old guy get in a few words? I'd like to say something to the 15-year-old girt who said it was either "put out" or "sit home." According to her, if a dude doesn't get something off a chick he won't ask her out again. I don't know what kind of guys she's been going with but I can tell you bow it works in our crowd. Most of us try because we think it's expected. But it's a relief when the answer is no. Then we don't have to prove anything. -- Leveling In California D*ar Uvtlinj: Many r*ed«n will b* turpn'Md by your Utt« but I'vt known It far a long tlm*. Ttwnki for l*v«l- tn,. Dear Ann Landers; My wife and! must make a decision. So far we are miles apart. Although real estate isn't exactly your field, the question we can't settle is more common sense than anything else. We are trying to sell a big, old house. After 15 years and three kids, it's in pretty bad shape. Several people have looked at it hut nobody has shown any interest in buying. It needs paint and repairs. 1 say it's foolish to put any more money into this old barn. The people who want it will buy it and fix it up to suit themselves. My wife thinks we should paint and paper and go the whole route. Does it make sense to spend about $8,000 on a house we are trying to unload? How do you see it, Ann? -- Money Sunk D*or Sunk: If Mytral p*opl« hay* leaked at lh« p!a« and nobody it int«rMt»d, (hat ihould till you wmtthlnj. Uit«n to your wift. G«l the old bam painted and papered and looking In belt. Before you know it Mmeone will make you an offer you can't refvM. flathead record Births Mr. and Mrs. Ray Norby, Kalispell, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leishman, Poison, girl. Deaths Archie G. Moss, 75, of Kalispell, died Friday. Kalispell Regional Hospital VISITING HOURS - Noon-2, 6-8 p.m. ADMITTED - George Eirnel, Mrs. Jay Crawf o r d , Walter M a n n i n g , Mrs. Frances Schumacher, Mrs. Ben Rover, Kalispell. Mrs. Joe Arrowtopknot, Valier. Donald MacRae, Babb. Michael Sunell, Libby. DISCHARGED - Craig Walker, Florence Wilson, Mrs. Jack Harmon, Larry Chapman, Harold Taff, Richard Banna, Mabel Busch, Tim Ford, Mrs. Ronald Miller, Lee Salmonsen, Shele Bergeson, Mrs. David Gendreau, Donald Crowe, Kalispell. William Webb, Elmo. William Simpson, Kila. Mrs. Bruce Leighty, Anna Pattie, Troy. Mrs. David Johnson and baby girl, Mrs. Robert Warrington, Rebecca Anderson, Kaiipell. Lee Baetty, Bigfork. Mrs. Ed Winebrenner and baby boy, Hot Springs. Siren Calls 7:05 p.m. Friday, Kalispell ambulance, 1275 U.S. 2 East, Kalispell Regional Hospital, fainting. 8:10 p.m. Friday,»Ka)ispell ambulance, Main St. and Idaho, to Kalispell Regional Hospital, hit by car. 9:31 p.m. Friday, Kalispell ambulance, 535 1st. Ave. W. to Kalispell Regional Hospital, heart attack. 11:56 p.m. Friday, Kalispell ambulance, 325 W. Valley Dr. to Kalispell Regional Hospital, heart attack. 12:04 a.m. Saturday, Kalispell ambulance. Ideal Trailer Court to Kalipsell Regional Hospital, sick call. 12:21 p.m. Saturday, Kalispell ambulance, Evergreen School to Kalispell Regional Hospital, car wreck. 12:23 p.m. Saturday, Kalispell Fire Department, Kalispell Lumber Co., gas smell. 5:15 p.m. Saturday, Kalispell ambulance, 2 miles south on U.S. 93 to Kalispell Regional Hospital, car wreck. Marriage Licenses Donald J. McMillan, 39, and Helena A. McMillan, 36, both of Columbia Falls. Scott R. McMullin, 24, Ogden, Utah and Pamela A. Perry, 21, Kalispell. Marriages Dissolved Janice A. Lund from Dennis W, Lund Candidates air issues Fow of the six caadiditcs vjrtaf tar their parties' nomination for rrttrtaf Sea. Mike MtMfktd's nat, tickled questions Friday from member* of the Montana Stockmen's Association. Republicans Stanley Burger, Bowman; Dave Drum, Billings; Jack Tierney, Great Falls, and Democratic Eastern District Congressman John Melcher spoke during a luncheon sponsored fay the Montana Agricultural Political Action organization. Objecting to the federal government's "protective overkill" of withdrawing potentially harmful agricultural drugs and chemicals, Burger said more caution should be used to be certain drugs pulied from the market are not only dangerous to animals, but to humans as well. Repeating his campaign slogan of "getting government off our backs," Burger said land use planning should be done on the county level. Asked if development of coal would threaten the social, economical and political life in Eastern Montana, Drum said because 40 per cent of the Fort Union coal formation is owned by the federal government, "it will be developed whether we like it or not." "We have good strip mining laws in Montana and chances are the mined land will be more productive than before," he said. Citing several bills of interest to the stock growers coming before the House of Representatives, Melcher said the new estate tax proposal would raise exemptions to 1200,000 and marriage exemptions to $100,000 and the valuation on the land will be tied to agricultural production. In late June or early July, the House will conduct a hearing on the present 160-acre limit to irrigation, the Congressman said.' "The chances are good that the law will be amended to increase the irrigation acreage allowed," he said. Asked about Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) regulations, Melcher said he wanted it to stay out of the area of requiring restrooms and handwashing facilities for agricultural workers. He said OSHA is asking for comments from farmers and ranchers on putting additional safety devices on agricultural equipment and machinery. Tierney called for a reversal o» the trend toward Increasing rules and regulations by reviewing agencies and their decisions. Hitting previous attempts at tax reform, he said "Real reform must come from the realization that present taxes were set In 1942 and we all know the value of the 1942 dollar compared to today's." ^* * * Elect James M. SALANSKY Your DISTRICT JUDGE (vl 20 Y*an Uool ou«ri*nco In til th« Dhtriet [X| 4 Yoart tn County Attorney [X] 49 Y*an of ago |X] Activ* Church Mtmbtr [Xl Fathtr of 4 r«*nog«ra [X] Civic loader Firm - Fair - Impartial Justice Protection Of Your Rights Pol. sdv. ordered 4 pd. 6y Jms. M. SalansJiy, Campaign Fund. Peg Johnson, Tress., 620 1st Av». W., KaDspell, Mt. " If you didn't like what happened at the *75 ^fa Legislature Bm^ about your property taxes, then make a change SAY SO with your vote TOM JONES P«N For Dist. 17 Representative Tom's Been There .2/1 (Paid lor by Jones For Representative Club, 32 Second St. E.. Irene Gabriel, secretary) ^^ ( SURE . . . Small Space Ads Attract Attention. ^ Police arrest escapee A man arrested fay Kalispell police last week for disturbing the peace, resisting arrest, interferr- ing with an officer and assault has proven to be an escaped convict wanted in Oregon. Police arrested Leonard T. Boren in connection with the charges May 22. The following Friday, they discovered their prisoner is actually Terry Zimmerlee, an escapee from the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem, Oregon. Zimmerlee was serving a 10-year sentence for armed robbery when he escaped 31 days ago. Youth located EAST GLACIER (AP) A helicopter called in to search for a mentally disabled child lost in Glacier National Park located the youngster unharmed on a small mid-stream island, officials said Saturday. Jimmy McMillan, 8, had wandered away Friday afternoon from a Shelby Middle School picnic at Two Medicine Valley, about 14 miles north of here. The youngster's teacher notified park rangers that the child was gone, officials said. District Ranger Bob Frauson said a search of the lakeshore was started immediately. TH FOR II OUNCE IE! ELECT BURL L HATFIELD DEMOCRAT SECRETARY OF STATE minbrrator W.W. II V«t*ran N.W. Mont. Rnidmt Your Support Witt B« Appreciated 4. Adv. HU Nr »Y *uri Hot, Ml, JACK UHDE In a time when so many of our legislators deem content with the safe mediocrity of the past, when our elected officials refuse to take stands on controversial issues, when desires for relection overcome responsibilities of leadership, there is one candidate who has the courage to speak out on the issues of the day. STATE REPRESENTATIVE UHDE DISTRICT 17 Pd. pol. adv. pd. lor by UHDE for Representative Club. Donna Beaver Sec. Melcher stands with Montana on the issues John Melcher thinks it is important that you know how he stands on issues of importance to Montana people. As a U.S. Senator, he will continue to work for these goals: Older Citizens. We must have a sound, sot- vent Social Security system that allows retired people to earn more without decreasing their benefits, and a continuation of the Green Thumb program. Agriculture. Both producers and consumers benefit when cattle, grain and other market prices are at decent levels. Price rollbacks and wheat embargoes must end, and price supports must assure production costs. Small Business. The overwhelming amount of government regulation, red tape and paperwork must be reduced. Gun Control. The right to own and bear arms is a constitutional right. Gun control legislation must be defeated. Forest Products. We must continue the multiple-purpose use of our forests, and have national forest policies that assure sustained yield harvesting and reforestation of timber. Jobs. Montana people must have jobs. Construction, recreation and use of our land and forests can be balanced with safeguards of our Montana lifestyle and environment to provide those jobs. John MELCHER FOR U.S. SENATE Democratic Primary Junel Paid lor by Melcher for Senate Committee, Joe Meglen, Chairman, Elmer Link, Treasurer, Box 1581. Billings 59101

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