Great falls Woman Finds Stolen Mink Coats in Garbage GREAT FALLS (UP) -- A Great Falls housewife went out to empty her garbage In an exclusive south- cast residential district and found two valuable mink coats, bundled up and lying in the alley. Police said one of the coats, val- of the president of the Anaconda Aluminum Co. The coat apparently had been taken from a local drive-in restaurant and lounge. The other coat, a mink jacket Insured for $1,500, belonged to Mrs. A. L. McLaughlin, wife of a local nod at $3,000, was stolen from Mrs.'contractor. B. B. Caples, New York City, wife] The names of the owners were ~JL_. THE .[N TER LAKE, Sunday, November 17, \957~ embroidered inside the coats. "I just went out with my garbage," Mrs. Clarence Olson, the finder of the missing articles said, "and I saw this thing out there in the alley. I thought it was a deerskin maybe." But when the woman went over to the bundle for a closer inspection she discovered they were mink coats, scented faintly with perfume. Mrs. Olson, admittedly, excited over her discovery, called police and the coats were returned to their owners. , Police theorized the tieves may have ditched the stolen goods after becoming frightened. June Ally son To Make TV Bow OUR NEW BUILDING IS NEARJNG COMPLETION AND WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR NEW 1958 TELEVISION ARRIVING DAILY. SO - WE ARE CLEARING OUT ALL NEW 1957 MODELS SAVE UP TO 50% FREE RABBIT EARS ANTENNA WITH EACH SET Admiral - 21" Console Â· Full Console Tone Â· Optic Filter tens Â· Admiral Super Power Chassis Â· Limited Quantity Pay Only $20 Down -- $10 Per Month. 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If.it's inevitable, it's better to relax and enjoy it. June Allyson, who was scheduled to make her TV bow last month but never quite made it, is ticketed for her second debut tonight. Along with a carload of other performers, Miss AHyson will romp on "The General Motors 50th Anniversary Show," a two-hour NBC-TV Venture. The prospect fills Miss Aliyson with dread. . ' "I'm terrified, really terrified," she said in her satin croak. She smiled a terrified-type smile. "TV really terrifies me and live TV terrifies me especially. "I suppose the movies iiave spoiled so many of us. If you're doing a movie and make a mistake, why, you just do it over again. But TV. One chance and that's it. That's why it's so frightening." Miss Allyson, an actress of small but structurally sound construction, sports 15 years worth of Hollywood hash stripes. Her pictures include "The Glenn Miller Story," "The Shrike" and the current "My Man Godfrey." Earlier this season, NBC-TV listed her in the cast of a Standard Oil New Job List HELENA ( U P ) -- A nationwide list oE more than 6,168 professional managerial job openings is now avaiable at the special professional employment service office at Billings. Chairman Chadwick H. Smith of the Unemployment Corn- pensation Commission said the list also is available at employment service headquarters here. ROXY Last Times Tonite One Show ONLY at 7:30 PLUS! of New Jersey spectacular, a bomb that went off on Oct. 13, but Miss AHyson never showed. NBC-TV attributed it to "illness" at the time. Miss Allyson confessed she had simply withdrawn. "I just didn't like the material," she said. "They had given me some song and dance stuff to do and I just knew it wouldn't come off. "I like the material I'm going to do this Sunday -- about six minutes from 'Our Town.' Aside from that, I figure it's time I got my feet wet -- I can't''put it off forever. And I figure I might as well get them real wet on a live TV show. "It's such a big show. They've got everybody in it. And I've got such a small part I figure I can learn something and at the same |time not shoulder too much responsibility. As I said before, I'm terrified of this medium." The Hollywood fantasy factories molded Miss Allyson's public image along "cuddly cute" lines, but at the age of 33, she admitted she had just about had it with that bit. "Cuddly cute? That's an awful way to be thought of." She said it with a shudder, "But yes, it's -true. And I have been trying to get away from that kind of role. I'm going to do a picture after this, 'And Ride A Tiger,' that will put me in a more mature role. I'll play a widow lady. "Then there were a couple of pictures, 'The Shrike' and 'Interlude,' in which I think I got away from cute types. And there's this TV show. "After all, I am grown up. And it's kind of sad in a way that anyone might still think of me as the girl in pigtails. You see, I don't wear pigtails anymore," she said. And she grabbed a fistful of her ; short blonde hair and looked terrified again.. Treat the Family to Sunday Dinner at the APPLEWAY . . . Menu . . . O Steaks Â· Sea Foods . Â· Pheasant Â· Frog Legs Â· Baked Ham Special Sunday Family Dinner _ Child's Plate $1.00 Serving from 3 p.m. until Midnight Phone SK G-6113 for Reservations the APPLEWAY -Advertised in Ford Times- Vi Mi. N.W. on Hwy. 2 1.50 GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- GO OUT TO A MOVIE! Last Times Tonite DON'T MISS IT! Only ONE Show at 7:30 Rpantic Adventure of tne West otTo A GIANT OF A PICTURE! ELIZABETH ROCK JAMES TAYLOR Â· HUDSON Â· DEAN LIBERT* Sun., Mon., Tues. MATINEE TODAY 2:00 EVENING SHOWS 1 9:05 Vwlnd fcy MMwy W Â«*Md Â«teadt fw th* forbidden I* hi* Plui/'La Amour the Merrier OMAR KHAYYAM-Cornel Wilde reads from scroll-to bevy of beauties in "Omar Khayyam/' Sunday through Tuesday at tha Liberty. , : LOVE IN THE AFfERNOONf^Gary Cooper and Audrey Hepburn star in "Love in the Afternoon," Wednesday through Saturday at the Liberty. Qumnell Cites Highway Shortage HELENA (UP) -- A shortage of $3,300,000 needed to match federal aid funds for 1958-59 will "seriously curtail" Montana's highway construction program in 1959, Â·State Engineer Fred Quinnell Jr. said. Quinnell told the Highway Commission at. their November meeting here that the shortage in funds "will definitely curtail a number of projects which were set lip and are badly needed." "We will do all we can to cut down departmental expenses but the primary program will be so affected that in 1959 we can't put the jobs to contract that we had planned to," Quinnell-told United Press. | The Highway Commission was told that much construction would be lost. "It would just about take legislative action to improve the outlook now," Quinnell said. "It's question of a shortage of funds, and- there's not a thing we can do about it." The highway engineer pointed out that "the approximately $2,400,000 t h a t . w e are losing on account of curtailment of the gas tax funds would have gone a long way in helping the future of the state's highways." When asked if the federal inter- state highway construction'in the state would be hurt, Quinnell said "all of the primary will suffer." Meanwhile, the commission announced projects for the final bid letting of the year, Dec. 19. There are approximately 77.6 miles of I construction on 12 projects to be bid upon. So far this year on eight let- tings, contracts have been awarded totaling $18,942,000. Quinnell said he expected the December letting would total about $7,000,- Â·ooo. ; 1 Projects to be bid on at the next letting, by county Include: Lincoln Â·-- Grade, surface and construct a bridge over the Kootenai River at location of Libby Bridge, about .6 of a mile on Highway 2. Lake -- 'Surface 4.8 miles on the Pablp-Kalispell Road from El- jno south. Land Sale HELENA (DP) -- Final state oil and gas lease sale of the year has been set for Dec. 18 and 31 applications have been received "to date, State Land Commissioner Lou Bretzke said. PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL NOW SHOWING AT , BITNEY'S 1958 Admiral Television TV Servicing Open Evenings Easy Terms Phone SK 6-7300 Til 9:00 p.m. On East Idaho St. "Your Pioneer Television Dealer for the Flathead" tiogramnuug schedules subject to change by stations. KXLY-TV, CHANNEL 4 SUNDAY " . 11:30--Good Morning Jl:45--Pro Preview (L) ]2:00--Professional Football (L) 3:00--Bowling Time 4:00--Oral Roberts 4:30--Song Shop. 5:00--Western Roundup 6:00--Mickey Hooney 6:30--Annie Oakley 7:00--News Commentary 7:30--Twentieth Century (L) 8:00--Lassie (L) 8:30--Jaclc Benny Show (L) 9:00--Ed SullivaiTShow (L) 10:00--General Electric Theater (L) 10:30--Alfred Hitchcock (LO 11:00--S64.000 Challenge L) 11:30--What's My Line (L) 12:00--ErrolFlynn Theater MONDAY 10:00--Good Morning 10:30--Search for Tomorrow (t,) 30:45--Guiding Light (L) 11:00--Hotel Cosmopolitan 11:15--Love of Life 11:30--As the World Turns (L) 12:00--Beat the Clock (L) 12:30--Houseparty ( L ) ' 1:00--Big Payoff (L) 1:30--The Verdict Is Your* (L) 2:00--Brighter Day (L) 2:15--Secret Storm (L) 2:30--Edge of Night (L) 3:00--Garry Moore (L) 3:15--Garry Moore (L) \ 3:30--Godfrey Time (L) 4:00--Fun at Home 4:30--Strike It Rich (L) 5:00--The Early Show KHQ-TV-Channel 6 SUNDAY . : 2:50--Christopher Program 3:30--This Is the Answer 4:00--Travel Series 4:30--Men Toward the Light 5:00--Omnibus* 6:30--Hall of Fame*. (C) "On Borrowed Time" 8:00--Ted Mack Amateur Hour 8:30--Sally* 9:00--Steve Allen C)Â« 10:00--Special 50th Anniv. Program'(C) 12;00--Late Movie "Main Street After Dark" KREM-TV-Channel 2 Â· 'Indie* IM ABC C*blÂ» Chow SUNDAY 2:00--Gene Autry. 3:00--Telecourse 3:30--Faith For Today 4:00--John Hopkins File 4:30--Bon Marche Sunday Theatre 5:00--College News Coherence 5:30--Paul Winchell 6:00--Tales of the Texas Rangers 6:30--Kit Carson 7:00--Ray Milland Show 7:30--Frankie Lain* . 8:00--You Asked For It 8:30--Maverick 9:30--Bowling Stars . '' 10:00--Man Behind the. Badg* .. 10:30--Sunday Spectacular KMSO-TV, MISSOULA SUNDAY 11:30--Test Pattern 11:45--Football Kickoff* 12:00--Pro Football* 3:00--Academy Theatre 4:00--Oral Roberts 4:30--This is the Life 5:00--Camera Three 5:30--The Way 6:00--The. Christophers 6:30--Disneyland 7:30--Kingdom of the Sea 8:00--Sheriff of Cochlse 8:30--Jack, Benny' 9:00--Big Hecord 9:30-oonfidential FUe 10:00--General Electric Theatre V , ,, m MONDAY 2:15--Test Pattern 2:30--Man to Man 2:45--Secret Storm 3.-00--Garry Moor* Â·3:30--Godfrey Time 4:00--Mld-Day Mattnt* KGEZ-TV-Channel 9 . ,, SUNDAY Professional Football 4:00--The .Christophers 5:00--Wide, 'Wide World 6:30--Oral Roberts 7:00--Kraft Theater 6:00--Original Amateur Hour 8:30--Jack Benny 9:00-Steve Allen 10:00--Chevy Show 11:00--Lorctta Young Show 11:30--News Hi Litea i - "
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