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^-14 THE INTER IAKE Sunday, November 17, 1957 Geo. Johnson Dies at Age 75 George Johnson, 75, died Friday night in a Kalispell hospital. Mr. Johnson had been a resident of (he Jhathead for 58 years and had made his hoiiie at West Glacier. He was a cook by trade. In his younger days he was a professional boxer, known as Kid Fredricks. Surviving Mr. Johnson is one sister, Mrs. Lydia Dillingham of Buffalo, A T . Y. Service arrangements will fae announced by Waggoner Campbell Funeral Home. Education Week Sign Japanese Fight Outbreak of Flu Inter Lake Want Ads Dial SK6-3666 rHIS t» a 3-Ilne ad it cocta you only $2-25 to run II Cor one week la The Inter Lake. 15 average words. 3 lines - 1 Week $2.25 THIS la * two-line ad. Use an average ot 10 words. Want Ads Fayl. 2 lines-! Week $1.50 Daily Deadline -- 2:30 P. M. day before publication Sunda/ Deadline -- 2:30 P. M. Friday (Non-Commercial Only) Legal TOKYO fUP) -- Japanese health authorities planned Saturday to isolate infected areas and ban public gatherings to combat an Influenza epidemic that has already taken 42 lives. Welfare Ministry authorities feared the epidemic might reach major proportions late this month. A shortage of vaccine was concerned, health authorities said. Some manufacturers said i* would take three months to makr tbe vaccine. They said the ep: tiemic may have passed by that time. W e l f a r e Ministry authorities i POSING AT A SPECIAL American Education Week sign used were hampered by lack of infor- during parent-teacher conferences last week at Cornelius Hedges niaUon on flu victims. School are Nadine Butchart, left, and Anita Waldner. The sign AD-VISOR EXPERTS ALL- IN A POSITION TO HELP YOU CUSTOM SAWMILLING YOUR LOGS -- YOUR PLACE Bill Royer. Meridian Rd. Kalispell DRY CLEANING CITY OF KALISPELL KALISPELL, MONTANA NOTICE OF PASSAGE OF RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO CREATE SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 294 Notice is hereby given that on November 5, 1957, the City Council I of the City of Kalispell, Montana, duly and regularly, passed and .adopted Resolution No. 233G, being a resolution of intention to create .Special Improvement District No. 294 for the purpose of participating SAND GRAVEL with the State Highway Commis- RED GRAVEL delivered "anywhere. ! sion and the Bureau of Public Packs down. Ada attraction to your c?r,i,i,. F,,,- n,, ,..:j · ,, j home. Reas Rates. Excavation. Kali- hoads for the widening and re- spell Septic Serv. SKO-SBBO. building of Idaho Street ORY. cleaning brought "in by 10 aJn may be had same day upon request. Kalispeli Laundry ana Dry Cleaners. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Bookkeeping -- Stenographic Work Notary Public. Your office or mine. HELP WANTED-MAie OWN AND,OPERATE-- (he besi one- man business in America. Supply rural families in this area with established line of NATIONALLY ADVERTISED home and farm necessities. Experience not nedessarv. Stock furnished on credit. Possible for ambitions man to make $5 000 ond more first year and qualify for FREE Life Insurance. Write: L. K . Fullen, 4900 Colorado Blvd.. Dcn- ver, -Colorado. WANTED Man with chain saw. also truck with boom to li.iul sMort Jogs E.-L,. Brown TW2-5295 Col. Falls, 13 HELP WANTED-GENERAL WOMAN or couple .to live in. share expenses. HIS 4th Ave. E. 14 INSTRUCTION FINISH HIGH SCHOOL -- -no classes Study at liolnc, spare lime.. Diploma awarded. Write for free catalog Wayne School, Box IfiO c/o Daily _Inter_Lake. WOULD like to hear from~TeifaWe men 18 to 55. we can train to overhaul and install air conditioning, heating and refrigerating equipment. Must be mechanically inclined and willing to study in spare time. No interference with present occupa- '19": . For FREE information write Utilities Inst., Box 1G1, c/o Dailv Inter Lake. GERMAN. English. ArTthrnetic. History" Also for sale, rare books', antiques, etc, Ph. SKO-7562. 18 POSITIONS WANTED WANT wood sawing and odd jobs. Have truck. Ph. SKG-3482. welcomed parents and patrons to Hedges School and used both the United.States and United Nations flags. New York Times Cites Choir Trip EDITOR'S NOTE -- The following article includes excerpts from The New York Times for last Sunday. there will be daily performances by the Philadelphia Orchestra and Hospital Notes BIRTHS GOULD, Dr. and Mrs. George, boy, Kalispell, Friday. GRAHAM, Mr. and Mrs. Francis, For girl, Kalispell, Friday. ADMITTED Helena Judge., to Sentence Teenagers Tuesday Morning within the City limits, and North Main Street and Sunset Boulevard along the present right of way of U. S. Highway No. 93 from Idaho Street to Wyoming Street. The general character of the! improvements to be made in the! SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Flathead Septic Tank Service, sold. instld, cleaned, etc. SKS-3552, S-65S4. K.AL.1SPELL Septic Serv Septic tanks and ^essoools cleaned. Free est. Ph. SKfi-5880. SERVICE STATIONS JYSTAD'S UNION'S FINEST Complete Service Wheel Balancing proposed Special Improvement] t o s lst Avc - W. Kalispell. Mont. WATER .SYSTEMS By HOWARD TAUBMAN In the battle for men's minds, the sputniks arc Soviet psychological as well as scientific successes the Ballet Theatre. On J u n e 1.'spell. Yehudi Menuhin is expected to '' ' play a recital, which will be regarded as the launching of the United States program. Other Americans may give recitals later. If we are lucky, we will have SNYDER, Mrs. Vaudall,' Kali- of such magnitude that for the 1 a few other representatives..From WALSH, Gary D., Kalispcll. DISCHARGED EVERETT, Seth, Kila. PETERSON, Ira, Kalispell. PURDY, Clarence, Martin City. WALSH, John, West Glacier. , . , . , , , ,, . - - , MENGON, Mrs. Ida, Columbia time being they dwarf other areas'July 13 to 20, there will be a ! Falls. of competition between Kussia and competition for youth orchestras COPELAND, Robert Kalispell the United States. While our en-1 in Brussels, and there is a recom- ergies are being directed toward righting the balance in missiles and satellites, it might be tactful to maintain a discreet silence about! will be available to send it. In the arts.'But we are getting r e a d y ' A u g u s t we may take part in a clis- 1o take another beating and a ( play of electronic music. In the loyal citizen should speak up. i same month there will be a. com- TJnless we stop dragging our petition for youth .choruses,-and feet. \ve are going to look puny we shall be represented by the in comparison with the Soviet Union i n - artistic aspects of the Brussels Fair next year. To the missions of visitors from all over, the Kalispell, Mont., high school the world and to the millions more The R u s f i i a n s plan a big push j t --A field officer Board of Pardons and Paroles checked into the past of two Helena juveniles Saturday to determine how stiff a sentence the boys should get for assault. The youths, Richard Shank and! District is the widening of Idaho! Street to seventy-four feet, and WATER-SYSTEMS AND~SMALL GAS 1 t*VT/~"TXT'C'C «nn-.i-m4nn't1 t. ^.^n--I.-nj-l the construction of a four lane: highway, with replacement of ex- WATER WELL DRILLING i isting curbs and sidewalks, on turned with its verdict. But the jury recommended the boys--who could get from 5-20 years in prison --receive suspended sentences. Judge Loble has ordered a pre- , . the panel re- street and Sunset Boulevard along. jLarry Growl, both 16, were con- sentence investigation by William victed Friday night of first-degree assault on transient Winford Lee Foster, 47. Foster was assaulted in the Helena hobo jungles the night of Oct. 113 by a gang of teenaged rough- the present right of way of U. S. Highway No. 93 from Idaho Street to Wyoming Street, including the purchase of necessary right of way and the construction of catch basins to provide for drainage, and HOMER McCLARTY LICENSED INSURED Phone Kaiispell SK6 40-54 JACUZZI PUMPS AND PIPES KALISPELL MERCANTILE CO. JACUZZI DISTRIBUTOR 2 DRUGGISTS Orsello, field officer for the Mon- other structures and work con- tana Board of Pardons and Paroles. Orsello will make a recommendation to the court as to the sentence for the boys. Loble said he would Impose the nected with said projects, all according to plans and specifications of the State Highway Commission and Bureau of Public Roads, Projects No. F 270 (7) and U 257 mendation that the Julliard School 1 and baby, Whitefish. Orchestra should take part. No i VANCE, Mrs. Maurice and baby, one knows whether the money!Kalispell. University of Illinois Varsity Men's G!ee Club, the Smith College Glee Club and the A Cappella Choir of who will read about the fair, the United States effort will be considerably less impressive than the Russian. Brussels. They will be represented by the Bolshol Ballot the Svelch-j n:45 p.m. me complaint was nikov Chorale, the Moissecv En- signed by A1 Fredericks of Ever- JSPm n m t)ifi Piic-n,-.-,!-,-*! « _ ' _ c TTI · _ Hayes Will Face Assault Charqe ,- · ' - - *Jr Francis Lee Hayes, 26, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Henry Madsen Saturday on a charge of third degree assault. Hayes was arrested by sheriff's deputies in Martin City Friday a t , p.m. The complaint in the case. The seven-woman, five-man jury bi-ought in its guilty verdict at 5:30 p. m. Friday after deliberating the case for nearly 17 hours. The jury at first had reported a dead-i lock--at 11-1--but was ordered to resume deliberations. District Judge Lester L o b l e pointed out that the jurors agreed when they were empaneled that they would stay as long as necessary to reach a verdict in the case. About 45 minutes after Loble Tuesday at 9 a. m. Kiwanis to Sell Apples for Choir 1(14) on file in the office of the ' State Highway Commission, to which reference ' is hereby made, and which may be referred to for more particulars. The estimated total cost for the program above mentioned, of which such Special Improvement arC * housu work. Exp. SKC- CHILD care, my home, d a y - o r night. 5RS. C !3. 1 rates f o r working mothers. _ SK6-7743. 310 7 Hi Ave. W. INSIDE house painting basem'entT Very reas. Henry Peterson, Gen. _Deliycry Kalispell._ WILL do your ironing "in my lioTiTcT Free pickup delivery. SK2-9593. WILL CARE "FOR children, · my "home" _ o r ^ y o u r s . SK6-6409. _ 37-YR.-OLD boy wants work. Licensed to drive. Ph. SKC-3473. 20 DAY CONTRACT rri. l i , f u l l y equipped. '57 model. -o46y. HANDY MAN,~carpenter work' "storm doors i windows put on. Remodeling. extra room added. Reasonable £ates. Just phone for Sam, SK6-3359 PAINTING, Paper hanging «T Watt cleaning. Free cstima_tc^_SK2-9839. EXCAVATING - WaieT~a"mT Sewii Lines, Footings Any type digging. Quality work. Reas rates. PACK _BR05.JSK6-352T. SK6-6749. __ LANDSCAPING - BLACK~DrRT~Heit selection in the Valley. For Quality work Dial PACK BROS. SKG-35 2 f. EXCAVATING, ditching, water, Eewer lines, septic tanks installer) Any type of digging, loading or grading. Wisher's Wood Yard SK6-4716 22 REPAIR SERVICE ~~ GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIR _VVIIEELERS JEWELRY "Personalized Service" ADAMS DRUG 31 2nd St. E. 5K6-4103 WHERE TO GO Kalispell Kiwanis Club has District is a part, is $440,000.00, announced it will stage an apple | and the estimated share to be ^ v -*" 11 »it- proceeds to home by such Special Improve-) it»»~.Q ~ « ' r f County help High School cappella choir to the World's Fair in Brussels, Belgium. The club will take orders ment District is $110,000.00, or twenty-five per cent of the total cost of such project, whichever is (the lesser. The cost to be borne f o r by the Special Improvement Dis- EVERY SUNDAY Bring the Family 'to "CHUCK WAGON" semblc, the es of Ukrain- Our friends m Belgium are dis-i i a n Singcrs am , Dancel the Mos _ tressed An influential B e ] g , a n c o w C l r c u s tile Ense ; llb i e of the wrote the other day: I cannot Soviet RcpubllcSj lnc Bolsho , Theatre Ballet School, the Mos- grecn. Bond set at $200 by Judge Madsen was not furnished early Sat- Schcols Close Deliclous Food -- All Vou Can Eat VT-I 20-pound boxes of top-grade East trici; w '^ ' D0 as sessed against all Adults S2.00 children 51.25 j L a k e Shore Mclntosh apples for Property in the district on a square j delivery on Nov. 30 and Dec 7 tell you how anxiously I wish that the United States would have a place at least as important as that of the eastern countries in the musical and artistic life of the exposition." , Tfie disappointment is evidently! The countrie s w i t h i n the Soviet cow Art Theatre, recitalists any number of other individual and group attractions not yet identified. ay morning an held in the county jail. Apples will be slightly higher $2.50 than per box, the price charged by retail outlets, but Ki- Funeral Services s , t h e keener because the United j o r b l t also lntend to make a splash - Poland wi " se "d Ballet States talked big. Here is a para-| raph that appeared in the offi- Mazowsc . th * Theatre of Mimes cial bulletin issued by the Office and the Satiric Theatre. East Ger- ct the United States Commission-1 " lany wiil offcr lhe Dresden JOHN SHEA Requiem high mass for John LIBBY (ILNS) -- With 347 students absent from the Libby public schools due to illness, the school officials announced Tues- higher price is to insure a day afternoon that there would return for the choir fund, be no more classes before next Orders will be taken beginning Monday. Flu, .measles and pink-, this week and all members of the f oot basis as set fortl1 in Resolution No. 2336, above referred to, and such assessment may be paid for in ten equal annual install- HENNESSrS 10 LOST FObND wanis officers pointed out that t h e ^ ' -Bending over a period of - - eye accounted absences. : The the schools came after consultation by telephone with the State for the enforced action in closing Kiwanis club/ have order books. Chairman for the sale is Cecil Miller. Reference is hereby made to Resolution No. 2336 on file in the' office of the City Clerk for the description of the boundaries of said Special Improvement District. The City Council will hear and tion by telephone with the State At a board meeting Fridav noon ' pas ? u P° n al [ Protests that may be' Board of Health in Helena. Classes'directors of the club announced, TM a _ d _ e ..f.^l the '" akl " g ° f _ SUCh , BbY's" 3773 or TW2-5084, Col. Falls. Reward. Olsen and Justin Well Drillers. FOUND, a listing on a 'two bedroom home, full eastside lot, good foundation and new automatic oil furnace. You can find it too for only $300.00 down ' . . · · ' · . · HOWARD V. HAMMER.AGENCY. RADIATORS steam-cleaned. We cure overheating -- clean and repair all VP^s of radiators. ROBINSON RA- 5JATOR SHOP 314 1st Ave W. Ph. SKo-aooS. 23 RENTALS - MISC. SEWING MACHINE RENTALS J51.50 per week or ?5 per month. Y p u r R e n t May Apply on Purchase .,,,, PFAFF SEWING CENTER 106 Glacier Bldg. SK6-3922 25 WOMEN'S REALM KUGS woven from your rags. Call _JMrs._j:. Mjldren, SK2-9218. ELECTROLUX sales "ana- service. New Thrift model. $59.75. Factory rebuilt, S43.50. Chet Mahugli; SK8-3385. STANLEY PRODUCTS - MANAGER 7 ! OFFICE. Box 835 Columbia Falls. ,,, STANLEY HOME ./PRODUCTS" 212 7th Ave. \y^__ SK6-6251, SK6-3437 FOR FULLER BRUSH PRODUCTS" Call SK6-J312. MERLE NORMAN CO'SMETICS, free demonstrations. SK6-4417. 617 3rd St. 26 RUMMAGE SALES .REMEMBER NOVEMBER 23 LXA MOTHERS CLUB EAGLES BASEMENT 27 SPECIAL NOTICES VACANCY. Lee's Rest Home. 811 6th Ave. West. SK6-5780 Shea will be celebrated Monday at 9:30 a. m. at St. Charles Catholic Church in ; Whitefish, with the continued " usual af " · a t CM- to the Bussels World's Fair, i f. hor " s ' t^ Dresden Philharmonic, ^ n j i u J958: ( t h e D e u s c h e s Theatre of Berlm' R e v . Father John F. Cronin as "An extensive program of t y p i - j , a ^ folk lore ensemble. Czecho- celebrant. Rosary for Mr. Shea Slovakia the will be represented by cally American drama, music,! dsnce and the other performing j l l l e Pra g. ue Philharmonic, arts is being planned for presentation in the theatre adjacent to the United States pavilion, where the Prague Opera Ballet, a company of marionettes and chamber music and choral unitsi America's finest performers .will' The ironic thing about United act, dance and play their way i States participation is that we through the whole wide range of W 'U have the physical -facilities to American theatre arts and entertainment." The brave words of last April, alas, have a hollow r i n g , in No- put on a good show. Our pavilion will have its own theatre, hut our commission lacks the funds to fill it with our performers. The. ap- wUl be recited-today at 7:30 p. nr : ' in the Catron Chapel. Burial will follow mass Monday morning in -the Conrad .Memorial Cemetery in Kalispell. : Mr. Shea, 71, an early-day resident of the Flathead who retired! from, logging operations two years ago, died in -Whitefish Thursday at his home on West Sepond Street. Lutheran School. «;t · *S t - ... ^ Ui ,,.; ^ l u u a n n o u n c e d , " °"'""" """ "" "" *"""" BOY'S Hercules dark red racer bike ,,_ j,,, , , , .. t ; ' " improvements, or the creation of, taken from Eirod school. Call SK6- an inter-club meeting Dec. 3 at ,,,. nrnnns , ' ,, ,, . . T m _ n , , o m o , ' 3630orle_av e at, 1'224 First:;Ave.: W. Fund Drive EUREKA (ILNS) -- Order of Rainbow for Girls will conduct a' house-to-house canvass to noon at Missoula. Members attending the Missoula meeting will earn points for their teams in the current club attendance contest. The club also will have area said proposed Special Improvement FOUND: Ladies gold watch with stretch hand. 543 2nd St. East. 12 HELP WANTED^MAIE Nov. 27 luncheon at Temple raise : Tea Room. Bayliss Cummings Sr., funds for muscular dystrophy: is chairman -for a special farm Monday through Friday. I program. -·" -- -·- . ,. · --·- penses of sending our performing vember. The "whole wide range of j proposition _ for oiir participation | units to Belgium'are higher th art incurred by any European American theatre arts and enter-'was slashed by a Congress intent r those tainment'" July 2, 3 and 4, which will be de-| has come to this: O n , on economizing. The United States suffers from signaled "American national days," inevitable disadvantage. The ex- Lilliah T. Heim Funeral services for Lillian T. slate, including ' Columbia Falls, Bigfork and Kalispell. Active in church arid music, she was also a Public Service Commission Begins Montana Power Study HELENA (UP) -- The Montana commission consideration on nine District, or both, at a regular meeting of the City Council to be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall in the City of Kalispell, Montana, at 7:30 P. M., De; cember 2nd, 1957. Any such pro-; lasts are to be made in writing and delivered to the. .City Clerk You can-make more money by own- not later than 5:00 P. M., Novem- u^de^cpntract w?th y °A«o°ltfaynowe!r Transit Company, Inc.- We "need/ drivers - 25-50 years. For fuU time,' 48- state operation. Paid training now. Trailer furnished; upkeep paid. Cpm- municalion cost pajq. 25% advance''0ii DRIVERS! SEMI' DRIVERS! ' CONTRACT TRU.QKMEN! Earn, Morei. . .-Be Your" - Own Boss , .... All'Loads Furnished FLOOR sanding finishing Heavy equip, specialist. Free^es_t. SK6-356J. DRESSMAKING. allerationirmendin»; burned holes repaired: 276!i 1st Ave. r..N. SK6-3561, 30 PERSONALS - windows up, screens down. Windows, walls, upholstery and rugs cleaned. Ph. SKB-6357. STANLEY .\yiNDOW and FLOOR^CLEAKING. 32 WANTED TO BUY ~ ber 29th, 1957. H. J. HUNT, -, City Clerk. · (Nov. 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22) that Public Service Commission Michigan's state police was first such organization to use radio, setting up the system in 1929. had I counts. reason Montana Power CQ'S request for 1 Commission Chairman P a u l ' farther a way. But this a rate increase under advisement. Smith over-ruled Corrette's ob-: 12 HELP WANTED-MALE . loads. Prompt.," statements and, "pay; many extra benefits. Must .own. Or" fie able to mal^e. own . arrangements to buy 1955 or later tractor (air brakes). . Phone 'or write · Ed Evans. P.p. POX 107. Indianapolis -6, Indiana, MElrose J7-3371 (Indianapolis). is our problem. The United ; States Commission and its superior, the State Department, should- be sounding the alarm. They should, be -warning Saturday. The PSC took the matter under consideration after accepting as evidence all but two of 20 exhibits jections with the stipulation that' "admitted mathematical, errors" be cited iduring cross-examination. The cross-examination of (Bray- entjered by opponents to the pro- bill by Corette continued for three dence-in our performing arts and Heim, 43, of Torranee, Calif., were member of Estella Pomeroy Chap- our readiness - to accept any cha!- rr..^^-.. _. ... ,,...,, , ,, . . . , Ilenge. When the fair is under way. Tuesday, at the Hardin and L!an- ter O.E.S. of Columbia Falls, agan Colonial Chapel, in Inglewood, Calif.; with the Rev. W. R. Patterson of the Lawhdale, Community Congregational Church officiating. Burial was in Greenhills Mem-. orial Park, with the Torrence Chapter O.E.S. conducting graveside rites. Lillian T. Corbett was born March 9, 1909, at Cartwright, N.D., n daughter of .the late Thomas J. and Fannie Thames', Corbett of She was married to John L. He jm'. of · Bigf ork in April of 1940. In "1945 they moved to California to/make their home. She received a .degree in : education, there and continued'.'in the .teaching' profession until -ill health forced her retirement in September of this year. ' · Mrs. Heim died at her in Torranee, Nov. 7. hQrae She is survived by her husband, Coram. She moved to Coram with John, a,t the;family home; one .'sis-' her family, in 191 7, and attended ( ter, Mrsi Dorothy McKinnon of school 'there. After graduating from Fairview High School, she Attended EMCE; atr Billings and NMQ. at Havre; She taught school *£ «evera) communities 'T tbe Ephrata, Wash.; three · : . brothers, Charles C.^porbett of. Corfim, Roland Ni of: St. Louis, Mql, -.and Thomas JV of Townsent, and several nieces and nephews and the Russians are getting the best'notices, it. will be. too late. THE DAILY INTER LAKE W B. S\yeetiand. Editor and Publisher Published dally (except Saturday and Sunday by Inter Lake 1 Publishing Company, 410 First Avenue' West, Kalispell. Montana.. Entered^as'second class matter at Post Office.. Kalispell. Montana. Member of the .Audit: Bureau-of Circulation! at the State Senate chamber here. The exhibits were entered Leo C. Grayfaill Jr., Great Falls", representing the Cascade County During the examination Cor- chief objections centered on! of the exhibits. They purported to show various measures We're Looking For ONE GOOD SALESMAN -- Trades and Labor Assembly, and of value of the electric utility William D. Leaphart Jr. Helena P r °P ertv as of Dec..31, 1956; rates counsel, for. 10 Montana Mine,-Mill | of expected return durin e the so- _ and Smelter Workers Union locals.; ca " e ^ ' est P er ^? d °f- 1958, and need"worrv whVt hisTM'-fine'" is; They like what they.'re doing now--'be it'selll Also admitted as evidence in final minutes of the closing sessions of the hearing .was the Montana Power Co's 1951-56 report to stockholders. The admission was upon, motion of company counsel. Subscription Price* ' Carrier Rales * Sunday..one month $ 1.75 Daily ··* Sunday, one year 21.00 , : Mall ,Rates ' In Montana "Dally Sunday, one year _ 21.00 'ga'Jy '.Sunday, six months ,, 10.50 .Dally . Sunday. 3 months .... 525 '_ Mail Rates. Outside Montana Dailv * Sunday, one year _,. 2J.M original cost less depreciation and reproduction cost new less depreciation. Corette based his general objections mainly on Graybill's qual- Who may or may not have sold"cats before. The men we're anxious to find already know that a GOOD salesman, never :ed worrv what his '-Sine" is; They like what they.'re doing now--be It selling insurance, representing largo manufacturers of packaged go6ds Or countless other posFibililies -- but their present progress is too slow.' the pressures are too great, or pppntunity is'limited. And, these men also know 'the value of planning and timing for their »business careers. ' ' ' If you love selling and fit the general description/above, we offet a rare opportunity to improve your immediate and long range circumstances as sales staff member of an outstanding General Motors dealership, team... We appreciate and value top csliber salesmanship and are willing to train you in w the problems ol automotive selling You'U drive a new car at al! times, you'll as ovlrlnnoo *,,,, nt ii " ~ enjoy independence and opportunities for profitable selling that are all too as eviuence was a wail-former Montana State University scarce in-the automotive business today -- and our product provides proved Street Journal account of the ec- political science and 'hiifr.TM «- m 2I k ^ s H cces ?. al ^ exciting new growth potential as .well. onomic situation among Montana' miners ( and an estimated cost of kilowatt production over a decade. Obpections to all 20 exhibits were made by Counsel Robert D. instructor "is only an expert at being, a lawyer." Graybill countered time and again with the contention his exhibit figures were based on Mon- Corette,.Butte, of Montana Power, tana Power exhibits earlier pre- Corette contended the 20 exhibits sented, Montana Power's 1951-56 involving that many sheets of fig-1 stockholder report and standard ures, should be excluded from I listed stock reports Thafs the situation , thtf next sUp is up 'to you. If you're looking fpr exceptional opportunities and rewards, we'll · be-happy to discuss'OUT*'With you. Write, Phone or visit Bill MARTIN General Sales Manager MANIONS ,',.1 .or Va H.P. bench grinder and valve refacer. Used cars in any condition. Snow plow blade lor pick-up. Hand wmch for wrecker. AUTO RANCH on. old Iiighivay 93: South. WANTED, child's"" rocking horse iii _good conditioh._Ph. SK6-3541. BUYING.: 2x4 8's. Fir t Larch. Mon- taiia Saw Service. Ph.- SK6-60S4. _34^ME OR tRADE USED AUT^PAHTS^'M to-'54 Ford and Mercury. Standard and overdrive 'transmissions. Ford"4 speed .. tjans., liy.dranVatic trans., '51 .Ford. .'oO .Merc.. ,'51 Merc.. '53 Merc...'53 · Buick ,V-8 motors.''41 to '53 Chev motors, PJy Dodge 6 cyl. motors^ Pont, motor, overhauled 6' cyl. Ford Ii. head motor. For'used cars-and ·parts, try.AUTO-'·-RANCH on -old _lug]iway_D3^Sout]i. Ph._SKG-7750. SELL '51 Plymouth or trade for cickun of equal value. .SKB-3465. ^ \Use Classified. , Be Satisfied ISM PONTIAC 2-Dr. Hardtop, four new nylon- tires:- A-1-.condition. Rc'ason. ^tmamdal. TW2-5771, Col. Falls.' T-20. CAT.: Hyd. blade. 'Ph7"SK6-30487 jtpbert Case. Rte. 2 Kalispell. 20 CU. FT. air .compressor. '50 Ford transmission. Buick v-8 motor transmission. .'51 Mercury inotor- fc overdrive transmission. All parts for ·49 Dodge, M9'Chev: '51 .Pontiac- '48 Ford. - 50 Mercury. AUTO RANCH. 7 93 ' SDUth - Ph ' SKG 1958 Emerson TV,. Hi-Fi and: radio. Call or.Wsit Pratt's .Radio- i TV. 170 7th Ave. W.NV Ph. SK6-7992 " 38 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RARE and valuable Italian violin for · sale.-Beautiful rich 'Solo Tone. In : ; fine. English tan leather case. Per. feet condition. Price is low. Write olr chll R l ' R . Haake, West SecoSid .St. Whitefish. Ph. UN2-6864. 43 BUILDING MATERIALS PtXWOOD- concrete, fonn for rent. Alsd" backfill 'and leveling. Free es- _tunate8i Qalt collect UN2-6093 WfshJ 44 MlSCELLANEOUS~FdR SALE AUTOMATIC Tappon propane range. ./^- e ,?, ev -- Price when purchased. S49o. Will sell for sacrifice p r i c e - o f $125. Must be seen : to be nppvccfEtc-:. 2. pedestal drop leaf extension tniil-' *· chairs. 765 No. Main

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