The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 17, 1957 · Page 12
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Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, November 17, 1957
Page 12
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-12 THE INTER LAKE, Sunday, November 17, 1957 Casper Dog Wins at Portland Government Settles Newspaper Suit CHAMPION LUCIFER OF CHEERY LYNN II, owned by Alvy and Kathleen Casper of East Lake Shore, won "best dog in. show" award at the Portland, Ore., Dachshund Specialty Show. Shown with the dog are Mrs, Lawrence Horswell of Eimhursf, N. Y., 1ha judge, and Casper. The dog also took best of variefy at the Spokane All-Breed Show. Both shows were this month- WASHINGTON (UP) -- The Jus-j tice Department announced that a. consent decree settling US anti-trust case against the Kansas City St^rj Co. has been /filed in Federal Disrj trict Court at Kansas City, Mo. | The judgment requires the Kansas City Star Co. to sell Radio Station WDAF and Station WDAF-TV to persons who have no interest in the company and who are approved by the Federal Communications Commission. Ail defendants are barred ffort) acquiring any interest in any c6nv merciai radio or television station in the Kansas City area except with court approval. The settlement further bars the company from: Refusing to publish any advertise- 'ment where both the advertiser and the ad meet the -reasonable standards formulated and uniformity applied by the defendants. --Discriminating to space, location or arrangement of advertisements except as such discrimination may be dictate'd by "objective" make-up of the paper. --Discriminating as to credit. --Publishing advertisements on the condition that the advertiser shall not use or limit his use of other advertising, media. The Star and Its officials also were prohibited from refusing to sell general advertising separately in its morning, evening or Sunday papers. Cannon Attacks Aronson Stand HELENA (UP) -- Lt. Gov. Paul Cannon says that Gov. J. Hugo Aronson could resolve "the highway financing problem" by changing his "adamant stand on this truck tax issue." In a prepared news release, the' Butte Democrat said the Republican chief executive could have had the weight-distance tax measure enacted but "this he refused to do and the legislature would not take one without the other and that is where the matter stands today. "Anyime the governor desires to aller his adamant stand on this truck tax issue, the highway financing problem can be resolved," Cannon said. At the same time, Cannon said the evaluation of a shortage of state funds to match federal highway funds by the state's chief engineer was "misleading and contains very little factual information." Engineer Fred Quinnell Jr. told the Highway Commission a shortage of $3,300.000 existed among funds needed to match federal aid highway funds. Teachers' Panel Discusses School Aims for Bigfork P-TA BIGFORK (ILNS) -- Bruce Milne, grade school principal, acted as moderator of a panel discussion which highlighted last week's meeting of the Bigfork P-TA. The association voted to pay ex- convention in Whitefish. Reports were given by the delegates to the convention. Mrs. James Service Predicts Montana Crops HELENA (UP) -- A federal-state reporting service has estimated Montana's 1957 corn crop at 3,984,000 bushels and (he potato crop at 1,245,000 hundredweight. The report said the forecast was well above last year's crop of 2,992,000 bushels. The average production for the previous decade was 2,756,000 bush els. The greater yield was credited to good soil moisture and favorable weather in eastern Montana cornfields. While down from last year, the potato forecast indicated the same per-acre yield as last year -- 150 pounds. complish?" was the theme of the discussion by teachers Frank BOB-' decker, Paul Hudson, E. A. Hinderman, Jack Gardner, Miss Deloris Parker, Miss Marilyn Fehlberg, Mrs. Wilbur Anders and Miss Silvia Reep. The discussion revolved around the differences between systems of education such as the vocational versus liberal arts type of curricula, or the European method of selective education. Problems such as-'those encountered by educators attempting to reach all the children, the gifted, as. well as the average and retarded, : were discussed. Grading systems, emphasis, on "social promotion" and teacher accomoda- tion for pupils' individual differences were all touched on by the panel. Miss Beep's first grades and Miss Wickham's second graders tied in room attendance at the meeting. Education Offices May Be Grouped HELENA (UP) -- State Public Instruction Superintendent Harriet peuses of delegates to the district Miller has been authorized to conifer with her department heads arid state engineer Martin Kelly about possible centralization of the Board of Education offices here. Teacher Returns DEMERSVILLE (ILffS) -- Mrs. Grace Powell, teacher of the upper grades at Demersvllle School, has returned to her classes after being confined to her home with the flu for several days. Mrg. Marshall substituted for her. What Should Our Schools Ac . Kenally reported on legislation, Mrs. *· Kl ' sl ' el ° n Publications, Mrs. I Arnold .Dillard on programming! Miss Miller discussed the possible 'exchange of office space between her department and others when she appeared before 'the board of examiners. and Mrs. W. M. Ward, on executive action. A full page ad in the school annual was discussed by the group and the final decision was left up to Frank Boedecker. After the meeting, mothers of the seventh and eighth grade pupils ;more Ulan 1 ' 200 Patents on his in- served doughnuts and coffee to the group. At the time of his death, Thomas Evergreen P-TA to Sponsor Contest to Name New School The Evergreen P-TA at a recent meeting, voted to sponsor a contest Sue Lind Wins Poison Contest POLSON (ILNS) -- Miss Sue Lind of Poison High School was declared the winner of the local "Voice of Democracy" contest,. sponsored by the Poison Junior Chamber of Commerce. The subject of the three to five-minute tajks this year was "1 Speak for Democracy." She gave her speech at the local Jaycee headquarters in competition with Jack Oie, the' other entrant. A tape recording of Miss Lind'r talk will be sent to the state compe- tion. Winner in the state contest will receive an all-expense paid trip tr Washington, D.C., and the National competition. National, winners will receive scholarships. ergreen district. A committee was; appointed to take care of the details. Mrs. Richard Bain reported for jthe ways and means committee and said that a profit of $68.70 was made from the recent pancake, supper. She thanked those who attended. The program presented was a panel discussion on arithmetic In fourth, fifth and sixth grades with teachers of those grades taking part. At the close of the program a. quarlet of male faculty members, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Borgen, sang a novelty num- Mrs. Robert Finley gave an interesting report on the county health meeting which she attended. She reported the anus and objectives of that organizatipn. A report of the district P-TA convention which was held in White- %er. Jobless Claims HELENA (UP) -- Claims for out of work benefits increased by 626 in Montana last week bringing the fish last month was given at theltotal claimload in the state to 6,465, meeting. (with 657 in Kalispell. Cork in Cast DEMEESVILLE (ILNS) -- Virgil Cork has been selected for the cast of the Northern Montana College fall production of "The Rainmaker."! The play will be staged Dec. 5 asd: 8 at the Little Theater in Cowan Hall. Court Action POLSON (ILNS) -- Marriage licenses were issued in Lake County to Edward John Neeth, Portland, Ore., and Ethel Alberta Mead, Kalispell; Lennis Boyed Williams, St. Ignatius, and Beverly June Rosenbaum, Charlo. In Lake County District Court, James E. Jolly was granted a divorce from Ellamarie Close YANKTON, S. D. (UP) -- Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Lowe's three children are within eight minutes of having the same birthday anniversary date. A boy was born to s Lowes at 11:52 p.m.. Feb. 26. The birth date of his brother, Mike,! ...,,.,,, m ,,..._--,, 7. and sister, Patty, 4. is Feb. 27. JAMES W " CAMp B*"- Alva Edison had been granted Jolly on a charge of extreme cruelr ty. The plaintiff was granted custody of two minor children. ventions. Supper Success EUREKA (ILNS) Tobacco Valley Grange had a mulligan supper, | serving 72 adults and one' child. Home economics chairman Evelyn Smiley said the project was a success. Trucks make up 17 per cent of the moioi- vehicles in the United States. Education Board Sets Bid Opening HELENA (UP)--The State Board of Education will meet here Nov. 18 and open bids for the sale of $330,000 of Eastern Montana College Of Education bonds and $485,000 Northern Montana College dormitory bonds. The board will also appoint a committee to review capital expenditures and out-of-state travel re quests for the university units anc will hear reports from heads of the university units., In other matters, ,the board plans to hear reports on the state custodial institutions, the vocational rehabilitation plan, and reports by variou board committees. 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