The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 1, 1976 · Page 2
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: Jun* 1,1I7« Tht Dtity krtw Uko, K«K»p«ll. Monttn* A t TiM*«*y. Juno 1,. w« in* DMy KW UM, n**vm. mvt*~f Mishap claims resident WHITEFISH - Robert Hellwi,;, », of Stryter Ucame the state's filth Memorial Day hlfhway fatality late Monday when be died from injuries sustained in a one-car accident earlier that day. Hellwig suffered massive skull injuries about t:SO a.m. wben his IKS Chevrolet left U.S. Hwy. W one mile south of the Point of the Rocks Bar between Eureka and Whitefish. Montana Highway Patrolman Mike Wren said Hellwig was driving south in a light rain when he was forced to avoid a near head on collision with a northbound car. Hellwig reportedly overcorrected causing his ear to slide off the right side of the roadway and into a group of trees. Hellwig's car then hit a rock outcropping and ejected its driver. He was taken by Whitefish Ambulance to North Valley Hospital where be was listed in critical condition most of the day. He died at 10:13 Monday night. Hellwig was reportedly an itinerant with no relation locally. He originally came to the area from Alexandria, Va. Wren said the northbound vehicle was not Involved in the accident. The unidentified driver of that car reported the accident by citizen's band radio. The death pushed Montana's highway toll to 90 for 1976 as compared to 86 on June 1, 1975. Other Memorial Day weekend deaths in the Treasure State included Kalispell and Great Falls men on Saturday, another Great Falls man and a Butte boy on Sunday. Authorities said a Kalispell man was killed in a single-car accident on U.S. 93 south of Kalispell Saturday evening and rural Great Palls resident was killed in a motorcycle crash that night.. Clarence E. Peppers, 38, of Great Falls, was lulled Sunday night when a four-wheel-drive vehicle he was in overturned on a road 15 miles north of White Sulphur Springs. Authorities said the death of 4-year-old Andrew Kujawa also was being counted. The youngster died en route to a Missoula hospital Sunday afternoon after he reportedly fell from a pickup truck on a Butte street and was crushed beneath the vehicle. obituaries news in brief Mary A. Curtiss, 87 Mary A. Curtiss, 87, of Fortine, died in Whitefish on Sunday. She was born Jan. 25, 1889, in Moscow, Idaho. She graduated from high school in Moscow and had attended Kinman Business College in Spokane. In 1917, she was married to Charles A. Curtiss in Spokane. The couple then moved to Fortine where they homesteaded. Mrs. Curtiss was a member of the Fortine Community Church. Dick Reese, 27,110 LaSalle Road, was fatally injured in a one vehicle accident south of Kalispell Saturday afternoon. He was the lone occupant of the vehicle. . Mr. Reese was born. Dec. 8, 1948 in Whitefish. He attended schools in Las Vegas, Nev., and later at Evergreen Junior High and Flathead High School. He was formerly employed at Manioc's Body Shop and Denny's Body Shop. For the last four years he had been superintendent for Roiie's Machine Works, Inc. . Mr. Reese was a member of the Evergreen Volunteer Fire Department; the Flathead Snowmobile Association; and Kalispell Moose Lodge No. 1922. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Gil She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles in 1951, and now is survived by four sons, Charles, David, Larry and Alvin Curtiss, all of Fortine; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services for Mrs. Curtiss will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Fortine Community Church with burial to follow in the Fortine Cemetery. The body will lie in state for visitation at the Austin Chapel until Wednesday morning. The casket will not be opened at the services. Elsie M. Weidner, 44, 1010 Forest Hill Village, died Monday at home. Mrs. Weidner was born Dec. 10,1931 in Udall, Kan. She was educated there. She moved to Kalispeli in 1971. On Feb. 11,1972 she married E.J. (Curley) Weidner in Kalispell. She was employed at the Park Inn the past four years and retired in September, 1975 because of ill health. Mrs. Weidner was a m e m b e r o f T r i n i t y Lutheran Church and the R e s t a u r a n t W o r k e r s Union. SMALL SPACE ADS ATTRACT ATTENTION Summit meet planned WASHINGTON (AP) - Plans are in the works for a seven-nation economic summit in the Caribbean sometime this summer, the White House says. President Ford would sponsor the proposed meeting, which is still in the preliminary planning stage, a spokesman said Monday. The meeting would bring together leaders of the six nations that participated in a similar conference at Rambouillet, France, last November, and Canada. The conferees at Rambouillet were the United · States, France, West Germany, Britain, Italy and j Japan. The govern ment chief s there discussed ways of · combatting inflation and spurring recovery from the ; worldwide economic recession. : The new summit will be formally announced after Dick Reese, 27 t (Cathy) Babcock, Las Vegas, Mrs. Jay AHenS get COUrt S MOU (Michelle) Hannan, Diamond Bar, " Calif Mrs Mike (Carol) Greenfield, WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court today Fullerton C a l i f - hi£ stepmother, Mrs. struck down a federal regulation which banned permanent resident aliens from government jobs. The 5-4 decision clears the way for millions of aliens to seek federal jobs all over the country, ranging from janitors to secretaries to middle-level administrators. In an opinion by Justice John Paul Stevens, the court ruled that the Civil Service Commission unconstitutionally deprived aliens of liberty without due process of law. Miners to file early MISSOULA (AP) -The Northern Region of the U.S. Forest Service has issued a request that prospectors and miners who plan exploratory or development work in national forests apply early this year. Regional Forester Steve Yurich said the early filings would prevent undue delay in approval. He said there are 40,000 active mining claims in the 13 national forests of the region, which comprises all of Montana and parts of Idaho, North Dakota and South Dakota. Ban comments due WEST GLACIER (AP) -- Officials of Glacier National Park are accepting written statements for or against a ban on the use of snowmobiles in the park. The U.S. Park Service has conducted hearings on the policy in Kalispell and Great Falls. The policy was adopted on the basis that noisy snowmobiles distur'j other winter-sports fans enjoying the frozen beauty of the huge chunk of wilderness, and frighten animals. One snowmobiler who testified in Great Falls said he found that animals stood peacefully while men rode by on snowmobiles, but that the animals bolted if the operators stopped their machines. ,He said he concluded that animals fear man, not machines. The snowmobile groups generally say they do not intend to drive cross-country, but would stay on established park roads. Glacier officials say they will accept statements on the matter until June 27. TERRY MACKEY AND HIS PONY, BEAUTY Pony aids youth Audrey Reese, Anaconda; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reese, Evergreen, with whom he had lived the past 11 years, and Mrs. Josephine Marantette, Portland; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents and an infant son. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Weatherford Funeral Home with Rev. Merrill J. Gray officiating. Burial will follow in Conrad Memorial Cemetery. The family suggests memorials to the Evergreen Volunteer Fire Department. Terry Mackey, son of Theresa and Terry Mackey of Whitefish, is 12 years old and delivers newspapers for The Daily Inter Lake. On days when Terry doesn't feet like carrying the paper pack on his shoulders, he takes his 6-year-old pony, Beauty, along and she totes the pack. "The only problem is that Beauty is so fat, sometimes the papers fall off," he said. Beauty also has a knack for attracting the neighbor's friendly dog who sometimes makes it a threesome on Terry's route. And occasionally when they stop to make a delivery at one of the 57 houses on Terry's route, he said Beauty helps herself to the neighbors' lawns. But nobody really minds, he added. Terry won a skateboard in a Daily Inter Lake contest last week. He took the skateboard with him to school and was "drag racing" with it when he "hit a crack and crashed" with the end result being a broken arm. But this does not seem to have slowed him down too much. HR played baseball in Olney Wednesday night and took the skateboard back to school with home on Thursday. Elsie M. Weidner, 44 Accident $35,000 law suit Surviving besides her widower are two sons, Larry Blevins, Stillwell, Okla., and Jim Blevins, San Antonio, T e x a s ; o n e d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Shari G l e n n , M i s s o u l a ; her mother, Mrs. Ethel Willis, Udall, Kan; three sisters, Mrs. Larry (Peggy Jane) Bannon, Douglass, Kan., Mrs. Darrell (Jennie) Blakemore, Kent, Wash., M r s . B o b ( M a x i n e ) Shields, Wichita, Kan.; three brothers, Don Willis, Seattle, John Willis, Udall, Kan., and Bob Willis, Grangely, Colo.; and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in TriiJty Lutheran Church with the Rev. Harold V. Huber, pastor, officiating. B u r i a l w i l l f o l l o w in C o n r a d M e m o r i a l Cemetery under the direction of the Weatherford Funeral Home. CURTISS, Mary, 87, Fortine. Died Sunday. F u n e r a l services Wednesday in Fortine Community Church. B u r i a l i n F o r t i n e Cemetery. In state at chapel until Wednesday morning. Austin Funeral Home Julm ami Gloria .-Justin Larry and Juey Kojijjfcj W'Mtrfnili Ph. X62-IOIO TOMORROW NIGHT 3rd ROUND OF THE SUPER DRINKERS, POOL SHOOTERS FOOSBALL COMPETITION - STARTS AT 9:00 - SEE YOU THERE he FII1UL1SKU. BUFFALO CHIP SALOON HWY. 2 EAST McCONNELL, Martha, 75, 535-lst Ave. W. Died Friday. Funeral services 2 p.m. Wednesday in Johnson Chapel. R i t u a l i s t i c rites by C r e s c e n t R e b e k a h Lodge. Burial in Conrad Memorial Cemetery. ROVER, Marian, 71,193 E. Cottonwood Dr. Died Monday. Funeral services pending. JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME 525 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 756-5036 KALISPELL. MONTANA A damage suit stemming from a two-vehicle accident on Oct. 15, 1975 in Whitefish has been filed in district court by Shirley M. Brauer against Gladys V. Baumann. Brauer alleges that B a u m a n n negligently backed her vehicle into a parked car occupied by Brauer causing her various Compactor gets county approval Flathead County commissioners voted this m o r n i n g t o a w a r d purchase of a front loading refuse compactor to Waste Systems International. The company's successful sales price bid was S58.548. injuries and disabilities. Brauer seeks judgment of $35,000 in damages. Place A Classified Ad Today in The Daily Inter lake WATCH FOR BIKINI NIGHT COMING SOON TO: FORT KALISPELL Hwy. 2 Edit TONIGHT THE MOVIES! [ UKHTY \ HESTON a COeUBNin THE LAST HARD MEN R I STKAND \ Brand and Nkholioii in THE MISSOURI BREAKS re M1VE-I MS 0«N 9:30 SHOW 9:35 SUMPOWM | THRU TUESDAY [ MOMMY SHERLOCK HO1MES' SMARTER BROTHER Mm HARRY AND TONTO PG BLAZING STEWARDESSES Hul ANGELS' WILD WOMEN R Published DaBy Except Saturday and N«w Yetr's D«y. Memorial Day, Inoependence Day. Labor Day. Christmas Cay by Intar Lake Publishing Company, 300 First Avenue West. Kalispell. Zip Code 59901. Enlered as second class matter at post office. KalispeH. Montana. C. Patrick King, publisher, editor. Martin Hanson, managing editor. James C. Pearce. advertising manager. Jess AKred, production manager. Tom Kuroy, txutoM* manager. Steve Owens, circulation man«s«r. Kalispell subscribers who fail to receive their pape- by 6 00 o.m. weekdays or on Sunday by 8:30 a.m. shook? telephone the circvation department ai 755-7030 before 6:30 p.m. we«X- or on Sunday by 10 30 a m. for customer service. Member ol The Associated Press -^ Suggested Retail Prices. y By carrier. S3 50 per month. i-r. Three months. $10.50; six months. lrt «1.00: on« year. $42.00. REESE. Dick, 27, 110 LaSalle Rd. Died Saturday. Funeral services Wednesday, 11 a.m. Weatherford Funeral Home. Burial Conrad Memorial Cemetery. WEIDNER, Elsie Mae, «, 101 Forest Hill Village. Died Monday. Funeral services Thursday, 2 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial C o n r a d M e m o r i a l Cemetery. 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