The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 4, 1976 · Page 2
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Kalispell, Montana
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Friday, June 4, 1976
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A-2 Frtd*y, Jun« 4, 1976 Th« Mty Into Uk*. KtfsiM«, flathead record Births Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Earley, KalispeU, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, KalispeU. girl. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Newman, KalispeU, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Callaway, KalispeU, boy. Kalispell Regional Hospital VISITING HOURS - Noon-2 p.m., 6-8 p.m. ADMITTED -- Cole Vaughn, Mrs. Terry Strand, Mrs. James White, Candy Billsborough, Christen Jensen, Mrs. Rodger Mergenthaler, KalispeU; Mrs. Lawrence Schrock, Swan Lake; Mrs. Lowell Smith, West Glacier; Miles Harbin, Condon; Howard Amos, Martin City; Elmer Billadeau, Robert Siefke, Libby; Mrs. Peter Jensen, Bigfork; Michael Miller, Rollins; Mrs. Philip Manyhides, Browning; Mrs. Raymond Haake, Whitefish. DISCHARGED - Mrs. Dennis Brieske, Karline Rpbbennolt, Clarence Mize, Mrs. William Hoyt Bird, Lavern Connor, Mrs. Jay Crawford, Mrs. Erwin Brackel, Don Miller, KalispeU; Earl Eyler, Watsonville, Calif.; Loyd Yaple, Libby. N o r t h Valley Hospital VISITING HOURS - 2:30-4:30 p.m., 7:30-8:30 p.m. ADMITTED - Vicki Head, Olney; Audra Prcsnell, Albert Carbone, Whitefish; Olga DeWitt, Columbia Falls. DISCHARGED -- Carol Houston, Grover Houston, Columbia Falls. Siren Calls 12:18p.m Wednesday, KalispeU Ambulance, 1530 Spring Creek Rd., transfer to KalispeU Regional Hospital. 2:09 p.m. Wednesday, Kalispell Ambulance, 796 Sunset Blvd., transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 3:12 p.m. Wednesday, Kalispell Ambulance, Flathead County Nursing Home, transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 9:38 p.m. Wednesday, Kalispell Ambulance, 429 2nd Ave. E., transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 12:10 a.m. Friday, Kalispell Ambulance, heart attack call to Finish Line, transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 8:26 p.m. Thursday, KalispeU Ambulance, sick call to 1340 Willow Glenn Dr., transfer to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 3:11 .p.m. Thursday, Kalispell Ambulance, transfer from 1020 Center St. W. to Kalispell Regional Hospital. Two men sentenced Two area men were sentenced Thursday by District Judge Robert C. Sykes after being found guilty of felony charges. Clay G. Nelson previously had pleaded guilty to a charge of theft committed on Feb. 11, 1976. Judge Sykes deferred imposition of sentence on Nelson for two years, placed him under the jurisdiction of the State Board of Pardons and ordered him to make restitution of 5100 to the county parole office within 30 days. Found guilty by a district court jury of felony possession of .dangerous drugs, Albert F. Lenon was sentenced to five years in the Montana State Prison at Deer Lodge. Judge Sykes suspended all five years of the sentence and placed Lenon under supervision of the State Board of Pardons. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Patterson invite you to an informal celebration of their 25th Wedding Anniversary Sunday, June 6th from 2 to 5 at the Poison Golf Course. JAM SESSION AT THE 4-CORNERS LOUNGE SUNDAY, JUNE 6 ALL BANDS WELCOME Hwy. 93 So., Kalispell The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bergstrom invite their friends and relatives to attend their 30th Anniversary Open House, Sunday June 6 from 1-4 at 909 Kalispell Ave. in Whitefish No gifts please. Published Da-ly Except Saturday and New Year's Day Memorial Day. Independence Day. Labor Day, Christmas Day by Inter Lake Publishing Company. 300 First Avenue West Kalispell. Zip Code 59901. Entered as second class matlw at posi oil ce. Kaispei. Montana. C. Patrick King, publisher, editor. Martin Hanson, managing editor. James C. Pearce. advertising manager. Jess Alfred, production manager. Tom KurJy, business mintger. Sieve Owens, circulation manager. Kalispell subscr.bers who tail to receive their paper by fi 00 am. weekdays or on Sunday by 8.30 a.m. shoutd telephone tfe circulation department at 755-7000 belore 6:30 p m weekdays or on Sunday by 10:30 a.m for customer service. Vember 01 The Associated Press ,f. Suggested Hetail Pnces. y By earner, S3.SO pf month. -,; Three months. $10.50. si* months S21 00: one year, 4*2.00 Salansky appointment fills judge vacancy KalispeU attorney James SaUnsky was appointed Thursday by Gov. Thomas L. Judge to an interim position as llth Judicial District judge. The appointment is effective immediately and expires when the November general election winner takes office on Jan. 3, 1977. Both Salansky and County Atty. Patrick M. Springer are announced candidates for the position vacated May 10 by Robert S. Keller, now engaged in private legal practice in Kalispell. Seeking re-election to the other district judgeship is Judge Robert C. Sykes. "I am greatly honored to a c c e p t t h e a p p o i n t m e n t , " Saiansky said. "I will strive to merit the trust the governor and the people of Flathead and Lincoln counties have demonstrated. Saiansky said he thought the ap- pointment would work both ways with regard to the general election, "i have to perform," be said. "If I perform properly, it wUl help; if my performance is poor, I'm sure it won't help." Saiansky, springer and Libby attorney Lloyd Evans were named by a special nominating commission as candidates to serve during the interim. But Springer had stated publicly that he wouldn't accept the appointment if it were offered by Gov. 'fhomas L. Judge. ' "The appointment doesn't surprise me," Springer said today. "Although it could be used in such a way as to backfire on Jim. "I offer my congratulations and assure the support of this office. But 1 can't lose sight of the fact that we're in the middle of a campaign for office." Springer said "he didn't think the victory margin of Ml votes collected by Saiansky in Tuesday's primary election substantiated the appointment. Sidney A r m s t r o n g , an ad- ministratjve assistant to Judge, said the governor largely based his appointment on the primary plurality. "He felt it was the people's indication of who their choice was," she said. "The governor feels he's (Saiansky) a fine attorney and an enormously competent man who would do a fine job for the people in Fiathead and Lincoln counties." Saiansky served as county attorney from 1962 to 1966. A Great Falls native, he received his law degree from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and has practiced law in Kalispell since 1955. He also has served as chairman of the county Democratic Central Committee. Unemployment rate slips WASHINGTON ( A P ) - The government had good news in unemployment and inflation statistics today, reporting that the nation's jobless rate fell from 7.5 to 7.3 per cent in May while wholesale price increases slowed. The drop in the unemployment rate brought an end to a two-month period in which joblessness had not improved. Wholesale prices rose only three- tenths of a per cent last month, after surging eight-tenths of a per cent in April, the Labor Department said. The May performance eased fears of a new round of heavy inflation, at least temporarily. The economic reports, coming only four days before the last round of presidential primaries, could be a plus for President Ford, who credits his policies for the improving economic picture. Since reaching its recession low in March, 1975, employment has increased by 3.6 million. Continued cool with variable cloudiness is the weather forecast lor today and tanwrrow. There will be a chance of scattered aliernoon, showers both days with a chance of patch frost tonight. High today will be in the 55-60 degree range with a low of 30 tonight and high of 60 tomorrow. Chance of precipitation is 30 per cent today and tomorrow with 20 per cent chance tonight. The extended forecast s h o w s cool s h o w e r y weather through much of the period. Highs will be in the 50-40 degree range with lows in the 35-45 degree range. High yesterday at the airport was 49, low 36 and Movies free WEST GLACIER - The West Glacier Community Church will sponsor free movies beginning at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the conference/training building at Park Headquarters. The movies are, "Flip- side," "Return to Spring" and "Glacier National Park." obituaries Horace Chadbourne, 87 Horace Chadbourne, 87, resident of the Montana Veterans Home died Saturday. Mr. Chadbourne was born at Wellington, Maine on June 30, 1888. His early years were spent in Maine and Massachusettes where he later was editor of Youth Companion. In 1915 he was married to Cecilia Hollingsworth and was preceded in death by her in January, 1975. In 19a they vacationed to Lake McDonald and decided to remain in the Flathead area, and Mr. Chadbourne was employed as a ranger for the Glacier National Park. Mr. Chadbourne is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Melissa C. Anderson of Spokane, Wash., four grandchildren and eight Duncan A. McCarthy Jr., 50 ANN ARBOR, Mich. Word has been received of the death of Duncan A. McCarthy Jr., 50, director of neuro-pharmacology research at the Ann Arbor Parke-Davis drug company laboratories. Born on Sept. 5, 1925, in Kalispell he was graduated f r o m M o n t a n a S t a t e University in 1949 with a degree in chemistry. He earned his master of science degree in biology at Northwestern University in 1932 and his doctorate in pharmacology at the University of Michigan in 1959. He joined Parke-Davis in 1952 and later came to the firms' new Ann Arbor facility in 1960 as reserach pharmacologist. He was p r o m o t e d t o senior research pharmacologist in 1965, to associate director of the neurophar- macology laboratory in 1967, to laboratory director in 1968 and director of pharmacology research in 1971. In addition to serving on the University of Michigan Medical School staff as lecturer in pharmacology at the time of his death, he also served as visiting professor of pharmacology at Michigan State Univeristy. Mr. McCarthy was the a u t h o r o f n u m e r o u s publications, mostly in the f i e l d o f n e u r o p h a r - macology. Mr. McCarthy's grandfather, Eugene McCarthy, was a district court judge here during the 1920s and 1930s. In addition, McCarthy's f a t h e r , .Duncan, was sheriff of Flathead County in 1947. On June 14, 1952 he married Margaret E. Johnson in Homestead, Mont. Survivors include his widow; a son, Paul; a daughter, Ellen and his parents, Duncan and Lucille McCarthy. great-grandchildren. The body of Mr. Chadbourne has been taken to Great Falls for cremation. Memorial services will be at 3 p.m. Monday in the Montana Veterans Home Chapel with the Rev. Ralph Werner of the First Baptist Church officiating. The family suggested memorials to the Shodair Chiidrens Hospital in Helena. Service arrangements are by Van Leuven Funeral Home. . . Tom St. Germain Jr., 46 A former Kalispell resident, Tom St. Germain Jr., 46, died recently as a result of an industrial accident in Colorado. He was born on Aug. 27, 1929 at Wolf Point and was raised and attended school in Kalispell before going to Monitor, Wash, in 1947. Mr. Germain served in the Army d u r i n g the Korean War and following his discharge, he moved to Quincy, Wash, where he worked for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. He m a r r i e d M a r i o n George in April 1959 at Monitor and four years ago the couple moved to Craig, Colo. He now is survived by his widow, two sons, David and Tom; three daughters, Doris Simmons, Ellen and Terri; two grandchildren; his mother, Mabel St. Germain of Cashmere, Wash.; one brother, Gordon of East Wenatchee, Wash, and two sisters, Betty Gustin of Wenatchee and G r e t c h e n B u t t o n o f Snohomish, Wash. Graveside services were c o n d u c t e d i n t h e C a s h m e r e , W a s h . Cemetery. The family can be reached at Rt. 1, Box 154A, Cashmere, Wash., 98815. Hilda Beeman, 69 Mrs. Hilda B. Beeman, 69, who had resided at 3330 U.S. 2 E., died in Spokane on Wednesday. She was born March 30, 1907, in Kalispell, a daughter of James V. and Rosie Harrington. She had a t t e n d e d F a i r v i e w Elementary School and w a s g r a d u a t e d f r o m Flathead High School in 1925. She then attended the Kinman Business College of Spokane for two years. On July 19, 1928, she was married to Elmer R. Beeman in Kalispell. The couple had resided at their present address since that time. Mrs. Beeman was a member of the Christ Church (Episcopal) and the Alicia Club of the church. She was preceded in death by her parents and now is survived by her widower, Elmer, at home; o n e d a u g h t e r , M r s . Michael (Barbara) Foppof San Francisco, Calif.; one brother, James V. Harrington of Columbia Falls; one sister, Mrs. Paul (Starling) Grosswiler and s e v e r a l n i e c e s a n d nephews. S e r v i c e s f o r M r s . Beeman will be in the Johnson Chapel at 10 a.m. Saturday with the Rev. Michael Jenkins of Holy Nativity Episcopal Church officiating. Private burial will be made in the Conrad Memorial Cemetery. CHADBOURNE, Hora c e , 8 7 , M o n t a n a Veterans Home, died Saturday. Memorial services Monday, 3 p.m. in M o n t a n a V e t e r a n s H o m e C h a p e l . Memorials to Shodair Children's Hospital. VAN LEUVEN FUNERAL HOME Phon. 892-4289 Columbia Fa Is SCHAEFFER, Wilbur C., 54, resident of Columbia Falls, died Thursday in Whitefish. Services Monday 1 p.m. at Austin Chapel. Burial ffoodlawn Cemetery with military graveside rites. Austin Funeral Home John and Gloria , frcsJm Larry and Joey Kosclstc mii'Jisti Ph. 862-49M WEATHERFORD FUNERAL HOME Kalispell 755-3432 BEEMAN, Hilda, 69, 3330 U.S. 2 E. Died Wednesday. Services 10 a . m . S a t u r d a y i n Johnson Chapel. Private b u r i a l i n C o n r a d Memorial Cemetery. JOHNSON FUNEKAIHOME 525 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 756-5036 KALISPELL, MONTANA OPEN HOUSE Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Vince Dvorak on their 25th Wedding Anniversary Saturday, June 5, 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. Saddle Club in Whitefish, Montana. THANKS IN MEMORY OF DOLLIE D. RUNG Oct. 31, 1894 -. May 21, 1976 Thanks to the many friends, relatives, coworkers and medical personnel who have done so much to make Dollie's life a joy. We appreciate the love and kindness extended to us in our time of low due to the death of our beloved mother and grandmother. Mr. Mrs. Lloyd Mullis Mr. Mrs. Cart Knause Kevin Marine Proctor Susan Mr. Mrs, Jim Kriaus Mr. Mrs. Dale Darsow Mr. Mrs. Gary Jewett Mr. Mrs. Paul Mullis Mr. Mrs. Jay Hahn Too Late To Classify .£ inch of precipitation. High in Kalispell was 49, low 38 and .16 inch of precipitation: high in Columbia Palls was 48, low 39 and .04 inch of precipitation; and high In Whitefish was 53. low 34 and .14 inch of precipitation. Sun sets tonight at 9:32 and rises tomorrow at 5:38. One year ago the high was 68, low of 51 and a trace of precipitation. Records for this date include a high of 89 in 1970; a low of 34 in 1962 and 1973; and 1.07 i n c h e s of precipitation in 1942. THE GREAT ESCAPE ...Get away from the Hum Drum of less ei- cittog menus and join the In crowd for the largest seafood menu and the most succulent | prime rib in Northwest Montana. Dasce to the music by The Wheelers Fri. and Sat. nights at the exciting Grumman canoes, carload lot now arrived. All sizes, West Lake Sports Cetiler Inc. Somers, Montana. 857-3301. 5/23 Catalina Sailboats. 2 truck loads, 13, 14. 15. 22. and 27 foot. See a real sailboat. West Lake Sports Center Inc., Somers, Montana, 8573301.5/25 STOCK CAR · RACING- BIG SKY SPEEDWAY SAT., JUNE 5 TIME TRIALS 7:00 RACING 8-00 "Spwd With Sof«»y" Bring A Friend All cohciMtloni open. Programs and cuthiani laid by wdltlaun'Jkiry. . 3 miles N. ef K mart on LaSalt* Rd. TONIGHT ?HE MOVIES otnt.M TMCATEI A Major Marion Pkeut* '""--'·-«·«».·' FHmed In Montana With Two Owar Winrwri ONE STEALS. ONE KILLS. /jjj£tk ONE DIES. ^^f^k. MARIJON -JACK 'BRANDO NICHOLSON "THE MISSOURI ·BREWS" JWDWAr Thru Tvttday Op»n 9:30 Show 10; 00 THE E X 0 R C I S PIUS BLACK CHRISTMAS If Thii MovFt Do*in'l Makt Your Skin Crawl. H'1 On T«e Tight, LIBERTY fi: flnoe Bancroft Starts Wednesday June 9 REDFORD HAFFMAN In SLLTKE PRESBBirS rntN '(.' LIBERTY I ThruTu««Jay THE DUCHESS AND THE DIRTWATER FOX A Cord Up Mil Slefv. A Noei* Around Hrt N«l li i GEOKGE SEGAl AiTlMBulwalKfor I''. 7:00-9:05 AWiggtefn Her Hipt larceny hi Htr Heart rf fiokU's COUKMWK It Tfetaheu. Tegetter They 1 ! 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