The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 1, 1976 · Page 3
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Kalispell, Montana
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Tuesday, June 1, 1976
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Th« D*l» lnt«f UX«. . Jut* 1. 197« A-- 1 news in brief IProxmire raps discrimination ^^r ,,, . ..··»mnwKt · . «i T-k !i_ - l.u.l _»«J«4o *A Ai1lf4 tlu nMonniiu' pA/tAv*4 "a «4i*(rpe r A J an/1 fiharaeH vicitf in I itfil OTfaminatlfWC Kut PVMI tHt FMTLMB Lft Murder cfues lacking BUTTE (AP) -- Silver Bow County and city police Micials reported no progrew Monday In the investigation of the shooting death of LaRae Alley, 32, Butte. Authorities said there had been no arrest* yet and a search was still under way for the weapon used to shoot the woman four times in the head. They said a pistol apparently inflicted the wounds. Mrs. Alley's body was found about 2 p.m. Sunday in Thompson Park south of Butte by picnickers. She was clad only in underclothing, the body dumped in a clump of bushes and her clothes later found near her car. Police tail! the woman was last seen by members of her family about 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Survivors include the victim's husbatjd, Gary, and three sons. Rivers pass peak HELENA (AP) -- High water problems in Montana have stabilized with the only problem area being along the Big Hole and Jefferson rivers, the National Weather Service said Monday. In both cases, the overflow is minor and affecting only lowland meadow areas. The season's final report, barring unforeseen weather conditions, said all of Montana's major rivers were dropping early Monday and the fall should continue at least through Thursday. "Except for the Yellowstone River and its major tributaries -- and possibly the Gallatin River -- Montana's rivers and streams have passed their peak snow melt flow," the report said. Conspiracy trial on DEER LODGE (AP) -- Montana's assassination- conspiracy trial resumed Tuesday -- election day -- in Deer Lodge County district court. The defense was nearing its presentation with Merrel Cline of Shelby expected to continue testimony. District Court Judge Jack Green of Missoula previously informed all participants that if they chose to vote they would have to do so with absentee ballots. He said if he could vote absentee then the others -- attorneys, jurors -- could too. Cline and disbarred Great Falls attorney Lavon R. Bretz are charged with attempting to arrange the assassination of Atty. Gen. Robert L. Woodahl and former special prosecutor Dick Dzivi for a "contract" fee of 140,000. Both men have denied any complicity. Holiday toll hits 416 By ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents claimed the lives of 416 persons during the three-day Memorial Day weekend. The National Safety Council bad estimated that between 340 to 400 persons would be killed during the 78-hour period which ran from'6 p.m. local time Friday to midnight Monday. Last year the count was 425 for the three-day Memorial Day weekend. Before higher gasoline prices and lower speed limits in 1972 there were 565 traffic fatalities over the holiday. The record of 597 for a three-day Memorial Day period was in 1969. State residents injured MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) - Two Great Falls, Mont., residents were listed in serious condition today at a Medford hospital following the crash of their light plane Monday afternoon. Authorities said Clarence Ginter, 47, and his wife Nova Ginter, 40, were en route from Medford to Klamath Falls when their plane crashed in a remote mountain meadow and burst into flames. The Ginters were either thrown from the plane, or managed to crawl outside. A rancLer who ww the plane go down took the couple to his house, where an ambulance was called. The flaming plane caused a small forest fire. WASHINGTON (AP) - Despite a legal mandate to wipe out discrimination in home loans, three of the four federal agencies that regulate mortgage lenders have never even issued antidiscrimination regulations, the Senate Banking Committee says. And "despite evidence that discrimination is widespread," none of them has ever found a single institution guilty of discrimination, the panel reported Monday. Committee Chairman William Proxmire, D-Wis., called the agencies' record "a disgrace" and charged them with "eight years of outrageous inaction" since Congress passed the Fair Housing Act in 1968. The agencies are the Home Loan Bank Board, the Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deiwsit Insurance Corp. and the Comptroller of the Currency. Only the Home Loan Bank Board, which regulates savings and loan associations, has issued antidiscrimina- tion rules, it said. The board includes "a civil-rights compliance re- view in (its) examinations, b«t even that review is largely a checklist that accepts tke institution's own assessment of its performance," the panel said. "The Federal Reserve Board an the FDIC have * more limited similar review. The Comptroller of the Currency does nothing more than check to see whether the 'Equal Lender' poster is displayed." At hearings in March, the bank-regulatory agencies argued Ihe 1968 act "did not require them to take affirmative action." the report said. U.S. Army site rocked by bomb F R A N K F U R T , West Germany ( A P ) - Two time bombs exploded in the headquarters of the U.S. Army V Corps in Frankfurt today, slightly injuring five persons, German police said. A U . S . A r m y spokeswoman said the first blast went off on the first floor of the building at 1:20 p.m. and the other followed soon after on the steps to a service club. "I was lifted well off my chair when the explosion occurred, but the windows on our wing of the building remained undamaged," she said. "In fact I noticed no damage on the outside of the building. However, 1 didn't dare walk right around through all the parked cars." The building was placed under reinforced security after a bombing attack four years ago but an in- f o r m e d s o u r c e s a i d "security has tapered off since then." Notice Of F/arheod County DEMOCRATIC PARTY CONVENTION Date: June 19, 1976 Time: Place: 8P.M. First Northwestern National Bank Community Room - Kalisp«ll Purpose: Election of itafe delegates who w'll elect delegates to Democratic National Convention. Participants: All interested persom may participate in the nominating process. Democrat!; precinct Com- mitreemen and Committeewomen will elect the itate delegates Paid for by FLatnead County Democratic Central Co., Roberta Wolfe, chmn. flathead record Births Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Powell, Martin City, girl Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brewer, Kali spell, girl Mr. and Mrs. John Harp, Kalispell, boy Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gietzen, Kalispell, girl Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Gronley, Kalispell, boy Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Domgard, Whitefish, girl Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicnolls, Bigfork, girl Kalispell Regional Hospital VISITING HOURS - Noon-2 p.m., 6-8 p.m. ADMITTED -- Mrs. Dan Vachal, Laura Ostroot, Clarency Winkley, Mrs. Edward Puchalski, Hugh Paris, Clarence Mize, Robert Lorash, Mrs. Richard Taylor, Mrs. Harry David, Mrs. Harvey Jewett, Melvin Manning, Ralph Parker, Denise Brewer, Dan Lynch, Cathy Koch, Kalispell; Mary Nicholls, Heather Shortell, Columbia Falls; Mrs. George A. Johnson, Swan Lake; William Lecher, Peder Folkvord, Carl Kester, Calvin Liles; Bigfork; Mrs. Dennis Powell, Martin City; Christina Eurrell, Libby; Arthur Lund, Marion; Tom Ringo, Essex. DISCHARGED -- Mrs. Jay Crawford, T.H. Schuster, Mrs. Ray Norby and baby, Ellen Stevens, Dewey Parrish, Sara Harvey, Anthony " Yaholkovsky, Mrs. Frances Schumacher, Mrs. Dorothy Bergeson, Mrs. Ben Gress, Jerry Chase, 'Mrs. Hugh Peterson, Louis Chabot, Mrs. John O'Neil and baby, George Birnel, Kalispell; Mrs. Robert E. Leishman and baby, Poison; Irene Wick, Mrs. Jack Roberts, Michael Sunell, Libby; Richard Collier, Marion; Mrs. Lyle Lindsley, Columbia Falls; Charles Rosenbaum, Coram; Mrs. Louise Drew, Somers; James Hendrick, Gary Naethe, Kimberly Hughey, Whitefish; Donald MacRae, Babb: Bert Marchbanks, Eureka; Mrs. Mabel Leary, Great Falls; Mrs. Hellen Willier, Bigfork. Siren Calls 9:21 p.m. Saturday, Kalispell Ambulance, car wreck near Kila, transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 8:23 p.m., Saturday, Kalispell Ambulance, fall along Highway 326, transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 4:07 p.m., Monday, Kalispell Ambulance, 312 Mountain View Drive, transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 1:10 p.m. Monday, Kalispell Ambulance, 1530 Spring Creek Rd., transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. TWO TV specials--"Taiwan and Hong Kong" Variable cloudiness and continued cool is the weather forecast for today in the Flathead Valley. There will be widely scattered afternoon and evening showers today and Wednesday. High today and tomorrow will be 65 with a low tonight in the 35-40 degree range. Chance of precipitation is 20 per cent through the period. High yesterday at the airport was 63, low 38 and .06 inch of precipitation. High in Kalispell was 63, low 38 and .03 inch of precipitation; high in Columbia Falls was 61, low 34 and .27 inch of precipita- /, tion; and high in Whitefish ( was 63, low 34 and a trace . of precipitation. Sun sets tonight at 9:30 and rises tomorrow at 5:40. One year ago the high was 78, low 39 and no precipitation. Records for this date include a high of 89 in 1914; a low of 28 in 1951; and 1.05 inches of precipitation in 1903. Ventilation forecast is good. Elsewhere Monday: Max. Min. Billings 77 45 Butte 63 39 Havre 78 44 Helena 66 45 Miles City 38 5! Missoula 62 35 Anchorage 63 47 Seattle 55 42 Spokane 57 37 CAST IRON SKILLET ALL SEASON MOTOR OIL D-CELL BATTERIES 2 /38l REG. TO 76e Multi-viscosity For flashlights, toys OSCILLATING SPRINKLER SPINTRIM ELECTRIC HX5ER- TRIMMER Sprays up to 2350 sq. it 4 spray patterns. » K-: BELTH) RADIAL GARDEN HOSE 9" Whirling nylon line trims weeds, grass. Safer than blades! Swivel balance grip. Extension cord lock prevents disconnection. REG. 12.89 Strong and flexible. 50'x%". Brass couplings 36-C7I5 HOSE NOZZIE 49« J6-S3135 ON OUR POPULAR 10- SPffl) LK3HTWBGHT journey with Bity Grahara ani the Team to Taiwan, the 225BMte-tong island off the coast ol China . . . View thousands ol people who were drawn to Ihe T?-pei City Stadium, whidi turned out to be the largest religious event in the country's history . . . KCFW - TV Sail with the Graham team across Victoria Harbor to Hong Kong, the cosmopolitan British Crown Colony, where 68,000 gathered at Ihe Govtrn-nert and South China Stadiums on the last day. Sunday afternoon, to rear Ihe rnessage ol Dr. Graham. **,)·» 2, *«»A channel 9 RUGGED 20" MOTOCROSS Action styled! Moto- cross handlebars, chopper fenders, rat trap pedals and 20x 1.75" tires, zwno ' IN THE CARTON TRADE PAY EVEN LESS! IN THE CAKTON «EG. 81.95 Shimano 10-speed de- railleur system gives you real pedal p'owett Dual caliper brakes. Taped handlebars, rat trap pedals. 26x1%" Blackwall tires. 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