The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 18, 1957 · Page 3
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 3

Kalispell, Montana
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Monday, November 18, 1957
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Officers Question Hair Stylist In Helena Carpenter's Death HELENA. (UP) -- Authorities questioned a 33-year-old hair stylist today about the fatal shotgun shooting yesterday of a 38'year- old Helena carpenter. Sheriff-coroner Dave Middlemas said Ray'E. Toll was found dead In the home here of Joseph Warf, · operator of Joseph's Beauty Salon about l p.m. yesterday. Warf was held for investigation. County Atty. John C. Harrison said an inquest was planned for 7 p.m. today and that he had not yet decided what charges would be filed In the case. . A coroner's jury viewed the Weather Fads Ivan Moore Dies at Age 32 Svan LeRoy Moore, 32, died at Ws home at 831 Firat Ave. East, Kalispell, early Sunday morning as the result of self-strangufation. Mr. Moore was a native o£ Whitefish. He was graduated from Whitefish High School and after graduation enlisted in the Army on June IS, 1943, at Butte. He was an automatic rifleman and served with Co. G, 85th Infantry. He was engaged in the North ApennJne and Fo Valley engagements and ·was wounded In action in Italy. He "received his honorable discharge April 14, 1945, and was a disabled veteran. Mr. Manors received the Silver Star, Purple Heart, 3ood Cfinduct ribbon, and European African Middle pastern Theater. Ri bon with two Bronze stars. After returning from service he returned to Whitefish where on July 16, 1948, he married Marc Una DeVaJte. He and bt« wife Moved to California where Mr. Moore- attended the University of California. He later attended the fiollaway Dramatic School, atjd then completed a radio engineering and technicians school. He and h}s family returned to Whitefish about two years ago and moved to Kalispell about three months ago where he was e ployed by Radio Station KGEZ as program director. Surviving him are his wife, Marceline, at the family home in KaUspell: one son, Michael, 6, and one daughter. Jan, 5, both at the home; his mother, Mrs. Forr Yarborough of Kalispejl, and his fatfier, "ifcomas Moore, of Fresno, Calif.; two brothers, Jack Moore of Havre, and Don Moore of Fr no; and a half brother, Brian Yarborough both of GaJ4ta. The body Is at the Waggener .Campbell Ftlneral Hqme apd wijl b« taken to the Catron Funeral Home 'la Whitefish whfere services TOiE be he}d at a tiflje to be an* aounced. body at the death scene after the shooting was reported. Neighbors notified authorities of the shooting after Warf ran next door and told Mrs. Roger Landry that he had "just killed a man," Harrison said. Mrs. Landry told Investigating officers she had gone out to bum trash in the incinerator when Warf approached her looking for the "Sarge" (Army Sgt.. Vernon C. Ball, another neighbor of Warf). Harrison sajd Wsrf admitted orally to Sheriff Middlemas. that he had shot Toll in the living room of the Warf Home. Ther? were no witnesses to the shooting, the county attorney said. L G. Ritzmdn Dies on Coast Grant Rftzrnap, S3, a »er resident of Kalispell, d}ed Saturday morning in California, H« had lived In Kalippe.U until the early lS43s, when h.e ippved to Se, attle.and then to - California,. Mr. Eitinsan *«yas married and Is- survived b.y , his wife^LiSa; his mother, Mrs. Elia Riticmin of Seat tie; five sisters ; two brothers am} four sfep-cMldrfiin. , ·^Services wefe scheduled today In CaUfdrnla and the body will bg brought to Kalispell for service? and burial. FLATHEAD -- Cloudy this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow with a fexv snow flurries, mostly over the mountains. High today, 36. Low tonight, 25. High tomorrow, 40. High yesterday, 36. Low la?t night. M. Trace of precipitation. Sunset. 4:55 p.m. Sunrise, 7:50 a.m. Noon tempera, hire, 32. Relative humidity at 10 a.m., 35 per cent By united Pr*« WEST OF PWDE -- Mostly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow. FB\V snow flurries In mountains to» morrow. Slightly warmer this afternoon. Little change tohfsht and to- morrowi High? both days 35-43, Lows tonight 15-Z9: exqepl 5'13 higher valleys of toMth portion- Around Montana By Unlled Pit,, Hospital Notes THE INTER LAKE, Monday, November 18, 1957 3- Leo Bean, si, and Raymond Board,'. Bcnno Stand- 1 40. Molt will also conduct hear- INDIAN KILLED DENVER. Colo. - ing Eagle, 28, of Ashland, Mont., 1 '"8s on motions for new trials for the trio. The men were convicted In connection with theft of $50 from £ Great Falls mc-tei room last August. was killed in a car accident 15 miles southwest of here yesterday. v|5«. Blishttywarmer."H'l'sne this aft, 35.43. kows tonight 20-30; ctpt 16 southwest. Ulgns tomorrow 40r50. Ruth Stubbs Dies at Age 49 Huth Stubbs, 49, wife of Charles Stubbs, died Saturday morning- Mrs. Stubbs was a native of Missouri. She came to Montana in 1924 and settled for a time at Plentywood, and on Nov. 19, 1927 was married to Charles Stubbs in Kalispell. Mrs. Stubbs was a long-time member of the Central Christian Church of Kallsipell and the Eagles Auxiliary. She is survived by her husband, Charles, at the family home at 184 First Ave. East-North, Kalispell; two sons, Charles R. Stubbs Jr. and Ercell F. Stubbs, both of Kalispell; and one daughter, Gloria Stubbs of Kalispell; her father, Henry P. Triplett of Kalispell; sis sisters, 3VJr». E. B. Rose, Mrs. C. M. Johnson and Mrs. Harold pur- ney, all of Coos Bay, Ore., Mvs. Leonard McNeiqe of Y a k 1 m a, Wash., Mrs. H. R. Hollopeter of Swan Lake and. Mrs. G. C. qjbb? of Cjlenn Pose, Texas; three brothers, . J. L. Triplett of Coos Bay, Ore., and Tommy. Triplett, both of kalispelj. Fimeral services for Mrs. Stubbs have been s6t for tomorrow at 2 p'.m. at Waggener Campbell Chapel, wftb br. S. McMastfer Kerr, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Conrad Memorial Gertie- tery, '' Tho Colorado police said Standing Eagle was thrown from a car driven by Theodore Trusy of Den- MONTANA DOORS OPEN ver. Standing Eagle was pinned HELENA -- A top NBC news under the.wreckage. analyst said yesterday that Montana has opened both its doors to industry which is coming in a "whole lot faster than the old! nual Montana Reclamation As^cir^^^S'r mad. the state- during a coast-to-coast radio ' RECLAMATION MEET ation convention opened here night with approximately 250 delegates expected to register before the meeting closes later today. riVE-pAY WE3T OF DIVIPB -- Temperatures will average near normal to slightly bolow norms); frequent but mostly jimall dsy-toiday changes; dally snows PLANS SENTENCING mountains spreading to lower eteVa- tltins at beginning or period and again after middle of Week; normal niini- munis In uppor 30's, normal nilnlbiums In low ZO's. _ ^ . _ EAST OF DIVIDE*-- Temperatures below norma) will northeast and near normal elsewhere: frequent tempqratMrt changes but slow rjsine trend through period; »ome snow m mountain areas almost daily through period, spreading briefly to lo\ver ftlevatlons about vnldweeX and again toward end of week; normal maximmns 34-45. normal minimums 13*25. G».A. Peterson Dies at Age 77 Gustaf Edward Peterson died Sunday inorning in Kalispell. He Was 77 years old and had been a resident here many years. He bid engaged in farming tintjl h! s re» He is survived by a sister, Miss Ann* O. Peterson, wd one brother, A#el A. Pete^on, both of Seattle, Wa5h.. Funeral arrangement* will be anpmineed by Waggener ajjd Funeral Home. Funeral Services Man Pays $10 Fine for Check .Edward B. McAllister of fcja. Falls was fined $10 in . court this morniftg by Jud^e pean King on a charge of isfculpg a fraudulent check for $14, The prosecution w^s iriade Unr d*t the »tate_V More stringent check laws which allow sentencing ef np to five years in the state jusftltentlary or $3,000 fine, or both. McAllister had appeared b«fofe Judge King at a preliminary hearing Friday arid w»s given until today to obtain legal Counsel, : McAHlster a p p e a r e d without counsel and eatertd a plea of ipiljty. After a discussion o! e^ t«nuatlng circumstances, sentenc? was pronounced. : Complaining witness was H, fit. Davali of Columbia ' · ' ' GEORGE JOIINSON Funeral . service's for G?orge. Johnspn ha.Ve been set, for WecU negday at 10 a.m. at Waggener Campbell Chapel, with burial to follow in Conrad Memorial Qetti tery. " IHp, Johnson, well-knqwn to his Iriends ,as Kid Fredericks, d!ad in kalippell Fridy. Mr, ^Ohrtpon was 75 years of age, was a resident of We?t Glacier and haij worked gs a cook. TABU! Station .. . Billings 33 Belgrade . . 36 Broadus .,,.._.,,.. 37 I5utt"* . -- 30 cut Bank' ,_- ,1 37 Dillon - -_ ,, 33 Dnirnrnond _... _ 33 Glasgow ,--. .., -f. 35 Cre4t Falls _ 38 Havre . . .. 35 Helena 39 Kalispell ...... . .... 37 Jjew;stown ,,..,,,,...,. 36 tlvingston ,.,, j 34 Miles City T * 37 Miseoula - r 3B W. YeVjoWBtOni? .- 30 Whitehall ....' ~~,j 34 NATION A. ?r TABI.IE"'" Chicago _'_;. ,- -r 43 Denver ....... . -~ 31 Angeles - 07 Mpls.-St. Paul -- 31 New Orleans _ -..- 83 NqW York . . SI Phoenix ., _, . ,_ 61 Seattle - 45 Miami .-- -- 81 network salute to Montana, prefaced by an address to the nation by Gov. J. Hugo Aronson. X Mln Pap 23 .03' n .01' 3 l ' 25 17 12 20 24 13 IP 23 13 23 24 10 21 42 20 4 26 74 45 3? 40 76 T T -25 ,01 .04 .03 North Side Tax ! Group Will Meet * . , * * · · Tne Northside Taxpayers Asso- Nov. 27 as previously an- c]ation wl]1 meet We | n ; S(Jay at fi p.m. at Russell School to discuss the recant action by the Kalispell City Council on the proposed Idaho Street improvement district. The group will also organize a campaign for protests against the district, the fourth tried by the Council to raise $110,000 for a 1 federal aid street improvement CHEAT FALLS--District judge. C. F. Kbit said that he would sentence three men, previously convicted Of first degree burglary 'In separate trials, tomorrow rather than nounced* The three are Merle Gall, 35; BIRTHS ilr. and Mrs. Glen, girl, I Saturday. CRICK, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, girl, Kalispell} Saturday. ORSER, Dr. and Mrs. Robert, girl. Kalispell Sunday. MEYERS, Mr. and Mrs. Valerian, girl, Kalispell, Sunday.- MINES, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, girl, Kalispell, Sunday. ADMITTED THORBERG, Harold, Kalispell. KUBACK. Albert, Kalispell. DESCH, Fred, KaJispell. HOSSACK, William, Kalispell. DISCHARGED O'MEYER, Mrs. Williard, Kalispell. · BUCHANAN, Mrs. Alton, Kalispell. McDONALD, Mrs. James and baby, Kalispell. Jobseeker List Doubles Since '49 At the end of October there were twice as many jobseekers In MEYERS, Mrs. Lester and baby, Kalispell. BOLIN, George, Eureka. LALLY, James, Somers. HEBERT, John, Kalispell. HATLEN, Mrs. Robert and baby, Kalispell. TIPTON, Mrs. Herbert and baby, Columbia Falls. Whitefish Memorial ADMITTED FLUID, Ernie, Eureka. Rockwood Attends Meeting On Restoring Historical Sites Forrest Rockwood, Ksllspell at-!in the past 100 years; The Bltter- torney, and chairman of the State'root Historical Society is also in- Parks advisory committee attended a meeting Saturday in Missoula, coiled by Ashley Roberts, director of State Parks. After lunch, the meeting got under way in the Silverbow room of the Lodge on the Montana State University campus. Among sponsors of the meeting was Montana State University, the Bitterroot Historical Society and Delta Kappa Gamma, a teachers honorary society interested in the development and restoration of historical hites and monuments. Many interested people attended the meeting and discussion \\as carried on concerning the restoration ot the Old Hellgate trading post, four miles west of Missoula, which has crumbled to ruins i« sight, as continuing idleness in luniber and minerals began to show in SmjWoyment cutbacks^ in trade, service and transportation channels. The Kaliipell, Columbia Falls, "-ho Street Taxpayers Associa- tiori, the first group organized to fight the 'idajio street district, will meet tomorrow at Edgorton School to discuss dissolution. The association had voted not to opr pose the district if it were en*' RIDS Women Will Aid Choir Fund Women's Department of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ, Latter-Day Saints, has announced that proceeds from its Saturday I bake sale will go to the fund to ANDERSON, Albert, Whitefish. help send the Flathead County High School a cappella Choir to terested in the restoration of the Ft. Owen state monument at Stevensville, which was built of adobe and kept up somewhat in the past years. Speakers at the meeting included Albert ColverweU, state park historian from the state of Washington, and J. Ross Toole, from the state historical society in Helena. Other speakers were from the faculty of MSU. The aim of the state park commission, said Rockwood, is to get sites for recreation and for the preservation of historical and geological sites. He said that this had a practical worth, also, in that these sites are outstanding tourist attractions. "Montana," Rockwood continued, "is now widely known for Glacier and Yellowstone Parks, but the state parks and historical sites ara not advertised strongly enough to the tourists." He emphasized that such development should be on a local level, but that it was needed SHUPBRT, Clyde, Whitefish. DISCHARGED RICKBTTS, Mrs. Rhodes, Kalispell. WOLFE, Pete, Whitefish. GROSHONG, Ruth, Whitefish. "We should," he said, "acquire these historical sites while we can, so that future generations may benefit from our foresight." the World's Fair In Brussels, Belgium. The women of the church have been holding weekly bake sales at 36 Second St. for two years. $6nds Choir Check Milwaukee Man Eureke, Libby and Whitefish area ; larged,to include the entire north had 792 ^obseekers, despite a co^' struetion flurry in Octobsr in an- ttcipat(6n of winter and to get jobs finished. Logging and lumbering continue slow, although the Christmas tree harvest bolstered School Closes Lake Blame 4-H Officers Preside Bardley Miraole assumed his po- I The sale money has gone into the building fund for the new church building at 544 Fifth Ave. West. Many of the sales have averaged isition as president of ths Lake choir on Us way to Belgium." Robert Stuwart, superintendent i Blain e Beavers 4-H Club at the Richard C. DeHart of Milwaukee, Wls., has sent a contribution to the f ana to help send the F i at head between $40 «nd $50, after ex- County H igh School a cappella pense«, and David W. Gordon, pas|Ca oir to the World's Fair in Brustor, said the church is "happy to se j s , Belgium. have a small part in helping the V Poison Choir Plans Christmas Service POLSON (ILNS) -~ The polsdr, High School 4 capella chojr wjll present a Christmas service Wednesday, I?ec. J8, at the hfg}} sqhool gymnasium. the choir of 6? member*, under the direction of Dr. Edmund V, Jeffers, will sing a program of folk carols afld Christmas frolic py .» number of fajnotis 5om- posers.' "; ~ , The folk carols are from Austria, Germany, Ci?eeHp5jOvakla, , Russia, ^ngtendi Fterjc? ^nd the| United State? . Composers *fe William Syr* of 15tp CerHu?y land; the 16tb Century composer, Vittorja; J. S- jith Century GerrrUny, sn min Britten, a modern British the labor market to some extent, of Somers School, announced this'* eetlB g Nov. 15. The Poison labor surplus is.morning that the school will close' growing, despite the starting up again of one sawmill and the Christmas trefc harvest. The harr vest' Of apples and potatoes in until further notice because of absence* caused by the fly a Other officers are Ronnie Loval!. vice president; Sharon LovaJJ, secretary-treasurer and soni* lead- chicken pox. This morning'69 Boiler; Patti Lembi, reporter; Charles a total enrollment of 158 wers' Lorentzen, historian, arid Ai absent from classes. Parents arc Lorentzen, recreation leader.' Wrong Date month's end. party will be Nov. 25, not tonight, as previously stated by the club. a total enrollment of 158 wers' Lorentzen, historian, and ArdysI The party will be open to the pub- - - · ' l i e and proceeds will be used for Christmas baskets for the sick. Lunch will be included. October provided some outlet, but unemployment stood at 231 at advised to watch for a re-opaningj The Christinas meeting has been announcement. scheduled for Dec. 6. af The servjce will b« presented by candlelight in »n apprbprlate .setting designed by Ward Devlin, $rt instructor. Logging Accident riing of Fpftjnfe suffer^o!' a citt to qip facei a rtfofceiti flpfce and a eye, }n an accident wh)I« iiig Jogs at the Hefb project. Neil AVilke was beside BanrjJiig, attempted to cut a iiitib frbfn a log ar)d''th,e slipped) hjtting in.g blow on the farje, treated by ^ physJcJaft arid returned to worK a fa\v dayj Jat«r. l\5ore than 95 per cent bf Kansas davotod to Janitor Says He Shot Woman ; BILtpiGS , (U?)-A 48-ye*r-oId Negro Janitor w« h«)d fa* iavetl- gation today of the fatal shooting early yesterdfty x of a 25-yeat-oid ·woman .duifing ah argument over money. ·;:rhe victim w»s Mf». Nfach Tftj* dpra. Her body waft found in a blood-smeared i .traiier. house behind the EUttb Club near h«f e about 1:35 a.rt, ,'' ',' 'Walter B. WatU, Ulrno Club Janitor, telephoned the sheriff's of- fie* #t -1:J7. a.m. 't»d told JaUer John Huston: "I Just killed a woman." IF YOU H^V! LOST YOUR DRIVIR'S LICENSE OR ARI ABIE TO OBTAIN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE THROUGH THE REGULAR CHANNELS, COME IN AND SEE US. WE HAVE COMPLETE VACUITIES FOR FILING INSURANCE WITH THf STATE HIGHWAY PATROL TO EN ABU YOU TO GET YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE RESTORED. DONT WAIT, COM* IN OR WRITE US NOW AND W« Will QUOTE YOU RATES ON ANY TYPE OF INSURANCE NO MATTER WHAT THE SITUATION. "WE WRITE ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS- LOCAL AOJUSTMfNTI WALT WOODS AGENCY WJD SLYTM «v SK6-5O31 INSURANCE AUTO IOANS TOM MO««OW 332 M^n DeHart wrote: "Enclosed is a check to help in the fund being collected to send your high school organization to Brussels, Belgium. 1 hope they St Matthew's Social Club card can collect enough and will be able to make this wonderful trip. "I am a frequent visitor in Kalispell, business taking me there once every month and I have always had a special place in my heart for your beautiful city.". re here for you now f LAYAWAY Your Choice Now -Small Deposit Holds! Red and White Checked faHeta trafttin* White Stripes Ytrte Red BHp-Urj* Cotton Easy-Care EottoB In Red with Navy and White Contrast dresses for the Holiday Season's Brightest Moments · G«y and Scintillating -*· As Prttty A* the ChrUtmas Star Cinderella brings Christmas Tide to the young 7 uns in go/ Yuletred taffetas and easy-cdre cottons designed for happy living the whol^ year through. Adorable party-time fash- Ions that will doOble in the class-room^-pretty and practical. and to«X $495 utttCM? toll

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