The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 17, 1957 · Page 3
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FCHS a Capella Choir Grange Receives Congratulations EUREKA (ILNS) -- A letter from the Sears-Roebuck Foundation was read to Tobacco Valley Grange at its meeting last Tuesday, congratulating the Grange o n - JHEJNTER LAKE, Sundcy, November 77, 1957 3- MSC to Dedicate Fieldhouse ' With Ceremony on Dec. 4 BOZEMAN -- Acting in behalf .winning for the $50 award for ° r M o n t a n a State College students, first place in the state community E i n a r Brosten. president of the · " Associated Students; will present the spacious new fieldhouse to the -- --- i Stale of Montana during the struc- n « H , l leCtUrer ' Maye Alverson, ture's dedication ceremonies in -staged the program. Evelyn Smiley i Bozeman at 7:55 p.m. Dec. 4. service contest. At the close of the business ses- gave a reading on three new products. An article, "This and That,"' 'was ready by H. D. Smiley in 1 honor of war veterans. The lectur- Sharing the spotlight with the dedication ceremonies, a basketball contest will pit the Bobcats against the University of Idaho Vandals. The fieldhouse will be open for guided tours during the afternoon of Dec. 4, according to Prof. Schu er asked members if they remembered the .date of the first Armistice Day. The versatile building is to foe [ bert Dyche, co-chairman for the turned over to the state and accepted by the State Board of Education, in a gesture symbolic of the broad scope of proposed field- | house activities. The $1.5 million I fieldhouse, promoted by students, "A Hint for thp H r m , " ' r , . "7.' pl "' JOtleu u v bluaenls ' A Hint for the Home was is being financed by student funds ! ad by Jennie Anderson. "To and income from activities held MEMBERS OF THE Flathead County High School a capella choir, invited to attend the World s Fair in Brussels, Belgium, next August are, left to right front row, Marilyn Peterson, Desiree Collette, Elaine Nordtome, Joyce Jones, LaVonne Murphy Diane Buckingham, Lamoni Claridge, Linda Leslie, Joan Ferguson Kay Johnson, Donna Stenseth, Judi Loehr, Janet Houston, Sharon Milne and Myrna Stater; second row, Margaret Nelson, Sue McCubbins, Barbara Boorman Gwen Calvin, Anna Zweck, Janice Christian, Sharron Loveall, Vera Goulet' G enys Haven, Sharon Peebler, Aria Bradford, Janet Thompson, Donna Manlev' Claudia Peterson, Judy Hagan, Judy Godwin, Pat Sowerwine and Janice Kolderv read by Jennie Anderson. Keep Operating Manuals" read by Albina Johnson and "Sing a Little Song" was read by Maye Alverson, followed by a song, ( "Home on the Range." I A quiz, "Romantic Notes," was l et ic Conference. .played, with Trina Harvey at the MSC President R. R. Renne income from activities held under the dome. Keynote speaker for the dedication ceremonies will be E. L. (Dick) Romney of Salt Lake City, , commissioner of the Skyline Ath- event. The Montana State College Advisory Council, which will be in session on the campus Dec. 3 and 4, will be represented at the ceremonies as will other important of- of the remarked. third row, Don Nau Roger DeVoe, Chuck Gies, Scott Brown, Sam Donaldson Jerry Eiwood, Joe Wilson, Gary Guest, Doug James, Roger Slater, John Bailey' Sandy Farquhar, Ronnie Bond, Dave Hieb, Jim Mann, Berry McBride, Helen Ball lenger and Helen Chester; fourth, row, Paul Larson, Bill Hinricksen, Cliff Haven Fred LaRoque, Mark Bell, Steve Schuldheiss, Norman Poor , Ken Cbristison' Jerry Homuth, Ira Peterson, Dave Wagner, Paul Gingrey, Charles Lorentzen' Marty Neuhauser, Butch Woolard, Jim Meacham, Jerry Lyford, Jerry Bar/ Carol Chnstison and Pat Sauerbier. Director Ed Souder is in front piano. Nell West won. The program closed with Herman LaCap- tain giving an illustration of the ancient customs of man in Africa. The lunch committee served. Mrs. Smiley, home economics scheduled to deliver an address during the brief dedicatory program. Bobcat football mentor Tony Storti will act as master of ceremonies. The Rev. Hugh Herbert will deliver the invocation; Msgr. . . , ome economcs . chairman, named the next lunch ! E m m e t t J - Kiley will pronounce I Found Guilty GREAT FALLS (UP) -- A Fed- I eral Court jury Friday night found 'William Edward Kelley, 24, Mayville, Ky., guilty of making a fradulerit claim against the government for military leave pay. The jury returned its guilty verdict after deliberating the case for about four hours. Troy Seeks School Vote TROY (ILNS)--Trustees .of the Troy School will ask qualified electors to sign petitions requesting a special bond election for'the _-. school district's $134,700 building | one of the world's largest pro. ' ducers of copper, lead and zinc, is considering production of iron ore. Anaconda Plans Iran Production NEW YORK -- Anaconda Co., dian subsidiary, Anaconda Co. (Canada) Ltd., has exercised option to purchase the iron ore mining claims and properties of Lake Superior Iron Ore Co., Ltd.,.'and the Jean Gourd et al syndicate mining claims and program. The campaign for signers of the petitions was to start Saturday and is spearheaded by the Better Schools Committee. Signing stations were to be open all afternoon in eight business places and signatures of 30 per cent of the voters will enable the school board to call the election. Tentative architect's plans call for a high school building to be ready for occupancy next September and the building will include departments for shop, horn em ak- ing, science and commercial subjects, along with library, office and counseling areas and storage space. The Better Schools Committee, under direction of Supt. of Schools Ernest F. Bivins and Chairman William Jones, includes interested citizens who have studied conditions in the schools ~ for the last year and have recently urged construction of a new building. Over- A- ,, u- T. v. T. - " P »»"SI « reuiiecK 01 Minnesota crowding, which has become sen- fatalities added 35 new deaths to ous an the last several years, this the roste , of national fatalities year forced a nme-penod daily caused by Asian f , other t r«l ^ e-c\**-ir»-n r- 1« 4-1-t n _ r a total consideration of $10 million to be paid in installments over a period ending in 1975. Paratrooper Unit Leaves School \ LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UP)--Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division have been pulled away from Central High School for the first time since they arrived to suppress integration violence Sept. 24. A token force of federalized Ar- ' T hTM ap n r TM^ c r: p ,rr^ f u ^ n ° present Kansas »^ s-= . T _ . i Plans lor eauiDntnEf t n p T\T-r*tini-tiTJv,i-»?«a.4 ~« -i..i.- _*. IT. _ - - - - - - ,.--«---, .mained o n duty* a t t h e school or bringing it into production and 'where nine Negroes finished their rnflf" ·fill" Mi f*Y- rli-illinrt 1 ITM *^ ,, _-- " · _t. ± \. · _ _ · that f u r t h e r drilling is necessary along with research to determine metallurgical processes. The company would make no estimates as to ore reserves but the property f|is "jnages of low grade magnitite iron ore averaging around 25 per cent to 30 per cent iron, which could be processed into a 64 per cent to 68 per cent iron concentrate. The properties are in northern Ontario about 125 miles north of the small Lake Superior port of Nipigon and 32 miles north of Nakina, a town on the Canadian National Railway. Of the total pur- Georgia Reports Surge of Flu, Second in U.S. CHICAGO (UP) -- A new surge of influenza-connected deaths put the. Georgia total second in the ^at.^.ai MU way. WI me total pur- nation Saturday and brought the I chase price about $2,700,000 is to national total to 807. i bp paid to Lake Superior Iron, of Atlanta, Ga., health officials said I which $332,500 has already been there were 32 flu deaths in the ~" area during the past week. Meanwhile, a recheck of Minnesota paid. However, payments of the total purchase price will be accelerated if the properties are placed into production, the com- schedule with classrooms In the lunchroom and on the school stage. Killian Takes Oath of Office WASfflNGTON (UP) _ President Eisenhower Friday swore in his new scientific chief of staff, Dr. James R. Killian Jr., and of influenza and complications of both diseases. A United Press tally showed that New York led the nation with 134 deaths, Georgia came iiextwith 124, and -Pennsylvania followed with 106. Exploration completed to date has disclosed large iron ore bodies suitable for grade concentrates. eighth week of classes Friday. The U. S. Circuit 'Court of Appeals at St. Louis set Saturday .for a hearing on a suit for removal of the troops. The suit charges the federal troops at the school violate the Constitution in addition to roughing up citizens and endangering the lives, property and personal rights of the citizens. The paratroopers were taken to Camp Robinson, ; several miles nprt hof North Uttle Rock. A spokesman said there was no immediate plan to send them back to their base at Fort Campbell, Ky. Clerk to Receive School Petitions Petitions, 1,989 of them, requesting a new bond issue in School District 5, have been collected and will be turned over to the county clerk and recorder for processing Monday, it was announced Saturl Alaska Reports Plane Down ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UP)--A TB-29 Superfortress with 10 men committee, Neva Bolen, Lucy West and Julia VanLeishout. presumed down in an Alaskan 1 Chimney Fire The Kalispell Fire Department was called to the Gene Nelson -residence at 317 Fourth St. West by a chimney fire at 6:50 Saturday morning. The fire was put out in the chimney, which was cracked, and the chimney cleaned, was reported. the bened iction. READ THK CLASSIFIED ADS day. The plane left Elmendorf Friday morning on a round-robin flight. It was returning to Elmen- 70 air north of here. Search planes from the 72st Air Rescue Squadron began a search for the missing plane but were forced to return to Elmendorf be~ -~-~^.ii nj -i-i-cuiii LVJ J ^ l U J t U J U U l T De- and_last made radio contact'cause of bad weather. The search shortly after_6 p.m. (AST) while I resumed Saturday morning. in Canada to take over these properties for development and exploitation. Anaconda Co. (Canada) corporation, Lake Iron *-*l . u a i l l u a il,. .ntillldli U I . t a U U * ' ^ - w * a a r v a cinu » » a o i u i l g l V J l l -l.u, \j\Jil- charged him with mobilizing the necticut 15, Indiana 12, Utah 11, nation's brainpower in the missiles Colorado 10, Kentucky and Hawaii j-**vn»«*».*_ii». jn j.iat-1/jiucL \_U, V\_^al JaUo.^ Ohio reported 49, California 48, win own 90 per cent of the new Michigan 46, Minnesota 40, Tennessee 35, Iowa 31, Illinois 23, Louisiana 21, W i s e o ns i n 18, Nebraska and Washington 16, Con- race with Russia. One of Killian's first jobs was to clarify his authority and responsibility and his role in military missiles development. Informed sources said his job so far has only been broadly outlined. The President has made it clear, however, that the 53-year-old president of Massachusetts Institute of Technology will have a big voice in guiding the administration's policy decisions. . From his "office of the special assistant 'for science and technology" In the executive office building next door to the White House he will have ready access to the President, officials said. The oath was administered to Killian by Presidential assistant uiuuit? IUA giuuc uuziuciiiraces. ------··«-.^ f .*. , r% . u «iu**wwiiv.siti oaiui. A new company is being formed day by City School Supt, Del P i Canada to take over thesp nron- Langbell. Following processing of the petitions to see if they hEtve been val- t idly signed, and if enough correct i i.u.ifuiiijuji, .u/euvK ouj'uijor iron signatures have been obtained, the Ore Co. 2 per cent and the Jean'school board will set an election' Gourd syndicate the remaining, 8 ' ' ' " per cent. 9, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma 5. New Jersey 4, Maryland and Oregon 3, Arkansas and North Carolina 2 and 1 each in Arizona, the District of Columbia, Maine, South Dakota and Virginia. Minnesota officials said, despite Liquor Profits Drop in Montana HELENA (UP) -- Liquor sales and resultant profits and taxes date. This will determine whether the people of the district wish to raise money by bonding to provide for improved and expanded school facilities. Annoi/ncemenf/ Effective November 16th VALLEY TRANSFER STORAGE c . . . will operate under NEW OWNERSHIP MR. FRANK LEMON, new owner and operator, invites you to use the facilities of his firm. · LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING, PACKING and STORAGE - INSULATED WAREHOUSING. · AGENT FOR ALLIED VAN LINES, INC. We Give S.H. Green Stamps 51 N. Main - Ph. SK 6-3976 + * Lay-away Now for Christmas! LINER R E C L I the jump in reported fatalities, in-i f r o m thern dropped off in Montana fluenza was on the wane. T he. dur .' n g the Julv through October Georgia epidemic also appeared to be declining, but health officials said it was "still alarming." Parent Turnout Hits High Mark City School Supt. Del P. Lang- termed the turnout for parent- Sherman Adams as President ienhower watched. teacher conferences this past week 1 F Slight Quake Rocks Downtown Tokyo TOKYO (UP) -- A slight quake shook downtown Tokyo for a few seconds Friday night The Japanese Meterologieal Observatory said that the center of the quake wis Myake Island, about 15 miles south of Tokyo. The observatory said the intensity of the quake was two on a scale of seven. There were no reports of damage. · . ' ! "i "remarkable." Langbell said that of the 2,026 children registered in the schools, more than 1,500 parents showed up for conferences with the teachers. These conferences allowed both parent and teacher to form a larg- |er picture of the child sis an individual and the problems e a c h might have in dealing with him, Langbell said. The parent response at Peterson School was 100 per cent. At Edgerton School, 98 per cent of the parents attended conferences, 95 per cent at Hedges and Russell, schools and 93 per cent at Elrdd Central Junior High turnout wa 91 per cent. period, the State Liquor Control: Board said. An operating statement released by the state agency reported a net profit and tax of $1,404,259 in comparison to $1,681,110 for the same 1956 period. Gross sale samounted to $4,695,727 ' in comparison to $6,363,504 a year ago. 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