The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 20, 1957 · Page 4
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Medical Staff Dinner MED1CAI STAFF of the Kalispell Genera! Hospital had its annual dinner last night in the hospital dining room. Speaker was Dr. James Mdnyntosh of Missoula, a neuro-surgeon. Kiwanians Will Host Farmers Flathead farmers will be the Invited guests of Kalispell Kiwan- ians at the annual farm-city day meeting Nov. 27 at noon in Temple Tea Room. The Rev. Gordon Patterson of -4 THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, November 20, 1,957 Around Montana By United Press DUDE RANCHERS MEET McFarland, Montana State Uuiver- Epworth Methodist Church will be worth would represent him to- HELENA -- Gov. J. Hugo Aron- sity president, to hire an executive son said today that Howard EDs- vice president for the Missoula Opponents Rap MSTT Exhibit At Hearing HELENA (UP)--Counsel for op- pouents of a proposed rate increase by Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. ham- jinered away yesterday at exhibits j supporting the utility direct tes- ! timony. i C. W. Leaphart Jr., Helena, rep"-' rcsenting tlie Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Union, questioned Chicago economist J. K. Laugum at length about testimony he gave in behalf of the phone company last September at Billings. The first half of the Public Service Commission hearing on the rate proposal was completed in September. The second half was devoted to cross-examiuatiou of company witnesses and presentation of the opponents' case. Langum testified in September he felt utilities should have a capital cost problem commensurate with other businesses in the country and should be given a similar opportunity to raise expansion ·funds. Leaphart attacked an exhibit of Laugum's showing rising valuations of American businesses and the increased costs they have faced since 3940, Noting that figures showing valuations as of Dec. 31, 1940, were based on original costs and that, figures for later years reflected the cost of replacing property now, Leaphart questioned the fairness of the exhibit. Langum said that it would "involve vast expenses' to obtain reproduction-cost-new figures for 1940 and they "would not change the results appreciably." He pointed out that his exhibit Announcing . . . the speaker for the Thanksgiving program. Special music has also been arranged by program chairman Bayiiss Cummings. Kiwanians are asked to bring morrow through Saturday at the Dude Ranchers annual convention in-Sheridan, Wyo. institution. ' ' showed ah "Inflationary" " The board authorized McFar- t n a t began in 1940. OF OUR trend land to choose an assistant whose Leo Graybill Jr., Great Falls, i m a i n responsibilities would be representing the Cascade County Aronson said Ellsworth ' would'concerned with budgetary prob-jTrades and Labor/Assembly, ques- ui-ge. that the next convention of ?n area farmer to the meeting as' : the group be held in Montana. a guest. - ' --'- ON COMMITTEE HELENA -- Appointment of Public Instruction Supt. Harriet Miller and Mrs. George Chamber, lems peculiar to the unit. Justice Frost Tries Four Cases E U R E K A ULNS) -- There were four traffic cases tried in Justice Frost's court last week. Fred Grob and William Bolen both paid $10 for driving through slop signs. Timothy Tiffany paid university tioneci a comparision by Langum of general price levels arid the costs of business expenditures for plant and equipment from 1940-56. Langum said that daring periods Cut Bank, to the state Fulbright Committee was announced today by Gov. J. Hugo Aronson. Miss. Miller and Mrs. Chamber, a member of the Board of Education, will fill two vacancies pres- BLIND ALLEY MISSOULA -- Missoula County , . ., , sheriff's officers said their best," "?, CSS ° n ,, the g . enera prlce Ic , v clue in establishing the identity o£ a skeleton found here several weeks ago has led to a blind alley. The clue, a well-worn class ring, may have belonged to an East el falls farther than-do expenditures for plant and equipment. He said that during inflationary pe- ridds the plant cost climb Chicago, Ind., high school gradu- prices and equipment than ((general ently existing on the committee *£, who said he , lost the ring to l The chairman of the committee Is'?® 4 4 - 0 " 6 year after he P urch ased Horace Dwyer, Anaconda, also a $12.50 for careless driving and j member of the Board of Educa- nnother $12.50 for having no dri-jlion. ver's license. Ruby Winslow was charged with driving vyhile intoxicated ! and. paid 5200 fine. Her driver's license was also revoked. Sally Thompson Wins Riding Event SOMERS (ILNS)--My. and Mrs. _ -- - _ _ , . . , ·*-" J- » J- "«Jii*-.Q Hale Thompson have received named · DaUonal NEW PRESIDENT .GREAT FALLS--Harold Hagen it... of Stevensville was elected presi- !" th * B! «kfoot Valley north of "Is there a direct correlation between them?" Graybill asked. "There is not a perfect correla- Despite this. Sheriff R. D. Me- tion." Langum said, adding "I Lean said the ring remains the should say these figures indicate best clue in the case and definitely]a close relation^" did not come from 1 East Chicago. | The skeleton was^stumbled upon dent of the Montana Reclamation Association, succeeding J. Carter Thompson of Billings. Dean Olson of .Wolf Point.was named vice president; O. A. Berge- here fay a hunter. OPERATIONS NEAR END MISSOULA -- An American industry Seeks Higher Duties WASHINGTON (UP) -- A tariff' .Crystal Sugar Co manager- said'Commission hearing on lead and son, .vDillon, secretary, and Stan'his company will complete 1957 zinc opened yesterday with a plea Howard of Bozeman was reelected plant operations early-next week'from an industry committee for word from their .daughter, Sally, student, at Colorado Women's Coi-r so c iation convention. lege in Denver, saying she hadj. · ; . . taken part in the College Mit a n d j ^ D D EXECUTIVE Spur Club program Nov. 7 and had after processing a record 78,000 tons of sugar beets. E. L. Swift of Missoula said , man was chosen for the 1958 as-! more than 200,000 thousand 100- secretary. D. T. Fabrick of Choteau was Boze- taken first place In bareback riding and fourth in western equitation. , j This program is put on under/ floodlights at the Flow J-J Stableij A contestant must draw for a horse and in western equitation point's are given solely on the rider. Clo- vorleaf, which Sally had entered, was cancelled because snow made! the field too slippery- .HELENA -- The State Board of Education has authorized Dr. Carl Vice President Billings Reports School Age Hike BILLINGS (UP) -- A school district census showed that t h e j population of persons under ,thei age of 21 in Billings was still in- · creasing, but at a slower pace than was noted last year. The figures showed there were 643 more children under the age of 21 in the school district than last year. The total of all persons under 21 as recorded in the 1957 census was 25,002, compared with 24.359 recorded in the 1956 census. pound bags of sugar been sacked. will have PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL THE DAILY INTER LAKE W. B. Swectland. Editor and Publisher Published daily (except Saturday) and Sunday by Inter Lake Publishing Company. 410 First Avenue West, Kalispell. Montana. Entered as second class matter at Post Office. Kalispell. Montana. Member of the Audit: Bureau of Circulations Subscription Prices Carrier Rates Daily Sunday, one month S 1.73 Daily Sunday, one vear 21.00 MAIL RATES PAID IN ADVANCE. In Montana -- where carrier service i sn /?°i a v aUaWe -- l year 15.00, 6 mo. 8.00, 3 mo. 4.00, 1 mo. 1.50. Mail service within carrier area at carrier rates only. Mai! outside Montana, one year 21.00, one month 1.75. higher duties and lower quotas on imports of the two metals. Charles E. Schwab, chairman of the emergency lead-zinc committee, asked the commission to recommend to President Eisenhower, "the maximum increase (in duties) that can be legally put into effect." Schwab said this would mean raising the duty on pig lead from 11/16 cents a p o u n d to 2.55 a pound and on slab zinc from. 0.7 cents a pound to 2.1 cents. Even with these increases, Schwab said, the industry would still need import quotas. limiting tie volume of lead and zinc shipments from abroad to relieve its present "distressed condition." ' FOR SALE 20 Cu. ll. Leonard Chesl Deep- Freeze S250. James Portable Diih Washer S7i. ABC DeLuxo Ironer, S65. Pear] Gray and Chrome DI- I 18 *,',* s £j. '* "r^l"' **«I and extra leal), S85. Electric Singer Sewing Machine, S20. * Phone SK 6-7537 Marriage License Flat bead County clerk of court i sueJ a marriage license yester- osy to Donald P. Galloway, 22, t n d Linda L. Daniels, 16, both of Columbia Falls. BUD JONES, owner of the Appleway Nite Club, has been elected vice president of the National Licensed Beverage Dealers Association for the mountain time zone. Mr. and Mrs. Jones were among 2,500 persons who attended the NLBA .convention in Las Vegas. Best Wishes WHE ATOMS in NEW STORE Plumbing Contract by Kalispell Plumbing Heating 333 First Ave. E. ' Phone SK 6-6647 AUCTION SALE Friday, November 22 - 1:30 p.m. At my place at 34 Third Avenue West in Kalispell. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Davenport and chair; rockerless rocker; Kroeger upright piano; library table; Admiral TV; dining fable and 4 chrome chairs; Zonith combination radio-phonograph with record changer; complete bed; complete bed and dresser; electric:washing machine; corner cupboard; stands; rockers, two bathtubs; rugs; 3-way floor lamps; table lamps; fuH line of dishes,. 60- piece set of dishes; ironing board; drapesi bedspreads, etc.; tubs; utensils, etc. ; : , This merchandise is like new. Owner is completely selling out. Many, many small articles. * '. TERMS: CASH · ^ FRED SCHUMACHER, Owner PHIL BUCK, Auctioneer J. W. MANNING, Clerk Balloons for All The KIDDIES! COME IN AND SEE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF TOYS IN THE NORTHWEST I LISTEN! KOFI RADIO Will broadcast directly from our store all day THURSDAY SEE THE DOZENS OF THROUGHOUT THE STORE! Of 50% and More! WHEAT CYCLE and TOY SHOP The Largest Toy Store In The Northwest ' ^^ · . ' . ' . ; . ' ' · . . ' ' ''' : ', ;.··· .';" . ; · . · : · i ': · 214 First Ave. West in Kalispell

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