The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 21, 1957 · Page 14
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 14

Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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1ST PRIZE! Famous Big M Scale Model of Mercury Turnpike Cruiser! 2ND PRIZE! Ford Trumderbird, Jr. · Scale Model of Ford Thunderbird Both cars are electric motor driven · have recharger . controlled speed - electric lights rubber cushioning · puncture proof tires bearing mounted wheels OTHER BIG PRIZES 1O--3RD PRIZES RCA Portable Hi-Fi Sets! 2O--4TH PRIZES RCA Transistor Radios! SO--5TH PRIZES Folding BinoctiJars Pop open--Snap shut! enter the big SNOBOY APPLE coloring contest! While you color for SNOBOY'S Contest, munch on a SNOBOY apple or two! They're the crisp, juicy, good kind because they're picked for flavor and guaranteed for quality. Get them at your grocers now. SNOBOY Apples! -14 THE INTER LAKE, Thursday, November 21, 1957 THE DAILY INTER LAKE COMICS-FEATURES BLONDIE By Chic Young YOU RE CATCHING A COLD STEVE CANYON By Milton Canlft ann = «%4, SHJCKSHltCKPOTEET.'- STUBBORN WHEN"\ WEREUTEFORTUECAP I'M SET ON 6IN' I CAP£T1NtPOCT2INATloN FEIENDLY!. FOE / ATWEAIKBASeOOTTASO! AlEANWWLE AT A MOTELON THE ED6EOFTOWN. J HAP HEAEP YcHSCfc THIS OUT WITH RUMORS ABOUT \TH£ F.B.I.TO 9EE THAT COLONEL'S 1 SHE WAS A KECOE- WIPE WHO IS AN /THEN WE^-LPECULATE A LITTLE AMONO THE AIR. FOECE EUTE AT THE BASE! DID YOU SEE THfi, CHfEF? IT WAS IN HER POESE.' F«JM HSEE TO OOSAHONK/ TWO CENTS I'P-i BUGS BUNNY 'GREETINGS, SIRE! I WISH TO PURCHASE SOWE - FOOD 1 CYNTHIA! I DON'T THINK I'VE GOT ANYTHIN' PER A GOAT. SYLVESTER! HOW MUCH WILL YOU TAKE FOR THAT DAMA6ED DOS BEP ? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS K T J I F "TOO WILL OB ' S / PEOPLE, OU8. -1 MAP OF TME UNITED \ STATES (S QUITE ?L. LARGE" AND PE-- By Merrill Blosser OUR. LOVELY TOWN, SHADYSIP6 , IS EVeH INDICATED BY A ; CIRCLE OH THIS MAP/ EH? AM "x. "INSIDE THe CIRCLE --, f HOME OF \__ BAZOO BOTTS J I 618 ELMST; idtowa sM- 7-i5z/ ^ I I OH, 1 JUST TH006Hr SOME OF THE DOLLS IN THE AFTERMOOM CLASS MIGHT LIKE TO GET (N , TUO-t WITH ME.' THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs MAD65 TMSORRV FO? WWIEVtR sal ISWDIJSTNkSHT.^KWOW MOW I GET WUSJ I'VE BCB-J- 6AREWMAKJWQEOCWANO BOARD/ MDU OHE WITH SOME CLASS/ JTJO-AWMWNTEK'S WARTMB4T, CAPTAIN EASY OTN16HT W*. WILFOWd'5 MEM DRIVE NOLAN'S CAR t f ROM THE- WALL. irs ONLV A MltE TO A.M ISOLhTEP LAKE SEHWP THE ESTATE. r?HEV PU5-H THRU PeM5eSKOWrH, UW5EEN..THEM " JUfAP ft* THE CAR. PLUNGED OVER By Leslie Turner THE HOUK5 ^ PRAfl BV WITH (JO GPOW5WOR ALARWED. HER HEART 5KIP5 A BEAT AT THE CAR, .-BUT NONE ·6TOP6. IT WON'T 66 FDUWPIM 15 PBEV OP WATER." BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin S| Astrological Forecast By Carroll Righter , FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1957 I ARIES (March 21 10 April 19) · Morning .fine' for putting financial affairs in best possible condition: usu esprt'iall.v good for · crcallnu iiannon.v within the home. Bi ing into play .that iovciy, broad sinjk 1 . best method. After lunch, on through thouBht^"^;,,- "}* ay jiispirationnl. n.m. ournisn ana polish, clean and idp^i 8 w a ? lo - you f o r , a more scrub, or get servants'to do so. (hat r^nipp y C " Joy 5' ovlrsel£ w h'le 3'°« "»ay present an immaculate home TAn.'ifs ,»,,,,, , n ,_,«.,,,,,. H",? °.«her possessions with d i g n i t y . (Sept. Z3 lo Oct. 22) ·ationnl | A.M. burnish' and polish, clean and (April 20 So May 20) A.M. excellent for winding up business matters wjth associates that will extend well into the future. Afternoon brings an opportunity to jump into oilier financial deals that will increase abundance. FOR YOUH COPY of Car- After lunch, pay your calls, uitlier social or business. ADVANCE SCORPIO {Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) The morning should be spent in. things connected : with health and bodily cleanliness. charm and pnrel. After a good lunch, attend to GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) By working diligently in A.M. you open up facets that seemed impossible to you. Show other persons your good thoughts toward them and 'that you are capable of making wise con- your true standing. "Later, contact 'those'persons with whom you want to have a fine social time. Be hannv! CAPHICOHN (Dec. 22 lo Jan. ZOt" A go-getting, intellectual 'friend hns . - ^ " -- the key to what vou want. You have r n w r - p n - V T -- - « f ' n e romantica!]y. hut lo gel in touch -with him or her CANCER (June 2Z lo July 21) anc i have material backing. Tonight. Be sure to utilize tree time in A.M.(quietly seek closest friends and get to make those improvements to ap- their support, too. pearancc Impossible to do ere now. P.M. many chances present themselves to assist you in bettering yolir modus operand! in various spheres. LEO (July 22 lo Aug. 21) Be certain to keep adobe in A-l condition this A.M.. which frees time AQUARIUS (Jan. 2t Jo Feb. 19) Morning is fine for showing your devotion and.staunch support of most famous people you know who admire you. Then tonight, you can contact closest intimates and .relax, have a good time, and enjoy yourself. They and mind for your happy activity i n , will help you. world of action, entertainment where PISCES (Feb. 20 to March 20) you will get greater peace of soul., A.M. hours would be viselv spent earlier fulfillment of dreams. .finding out what your true 'position is with vital persons, also seeking per- fun! VIRGO (Aug. 22 Jb Sept. 22) A.M. just fine for shopping, buying, selling, signing contracts, etc. Have tlnent data on matters of own particular .profession. L.atnr. see higher ups for backing, get their OK. EX- I- confcrence with partners. Tonight PANJ?. now! IF YOUR CHII-T3 IS BORN TODAY The lucky child bom today i« the type who will accomplish a great deal in very early life. This is fine for the profession chosen will be well established, and there is vcrv little trovel that takes time away from same. But in later years, the 'chart changes and here is a good deal of globe-trotting. So, be ture to early inculcate the finest, ethics and ideals for rounding out properly this promising hcnoscope. ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Eleventh Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Flathead No. 14,334 LURA LUE BOYLAN, Plaintiff. vs. JAMES M. BOYLAN, Defendant THE STATE OF MONTANA duly and regularly, passed and sends greetings to the above narn- adopted Resolution.No. 2336, being CITY OF KALISPELL KALISI'ELL, MONTANA NOTICE OF PASSAGE OF RESOLUTION OF. INTENTION TO CREATE SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 294 Notice is hereby given that on November 5, 1957, the City Council of the City of Kalispell, Montana, a resolution of intention lo create Improvement District No. ed Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMON- ,, ED to answer the Complaint in 294 for t h e P ur l"se of participating this action, which is filed in the wlth »«_State Highway Commis-office of the Clerk of this Court, sion alld t b e Bureau of P u b l l u a copy of which is herewith served ^°^ s for " le wicieni "g a " d re upon you in the County wherein bulldl »S of Idaho street within you reside and to file your answer, the City limits, and : North Main and serve a copy thereof upon the Street and Sunset Boulevard along ' Plaintiff's attorney within twenty " ie of way of U.S. days after the service of this Sum- f^way No. 93 from Idaho Street mons, exclusive of the days o f , to Wyomlng StreeL service; and in case of your fail- 1 . The general character of the ure to appear or answer judgment improvements to be made in tlie will be taken against you,, by de- P r .°?° sed . Spewal Improvement ,, - . . fault, for the relief demanded in ° lstnct 1S the wlde » ln g ° f the Complaint This action is brought against you for an absolute divorce and for custody of Bobbie Marie Boylan, minor child of yourself and plaintiff; said divorce is sought upon the grounds (1) that you have been guilty of habitual intemperance, and (2) that you have treated plaintiff with extreme cruelty by publishing and uttering false charges against her- chastity, and 2) that you have treated plaintiff with extreme cruelty by treating her with mental cruelty. Witness my hand and the Seal of said Court this 29th day.of Oc- tob'er, 1957. (SEAL) JACIE WILLIS, " Clerk of said Court. By NEVA FOY, Deputy Clerk. JAMES A. GUMMING, Attorney for Plaintiff, 17. E. 6th St., Columbia, Falls, Mont. (Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21; Street to seventy-four feel, and the construction of . a four lane highway, with replacement of existing ' curbs and sidewalks, on Idaho Street, and on North Main Street and Sunset Boulevard along the present right of way of U. S. Highway No. 93 from Idaho Street to Wyoming Street, including the purchase of necessary right of way and the construction o£ ca ch basins to provide for drainage, and other structures and work connected with said projects, all according to plans and specifications of the State Highway Commission and Bureau of Public Roads, in the office of the State Highway Commission, to which reference is hereby made, and which may be referred to for more particulars. . .. The estimated total cost for the prografn above mentioned, of 'which such Special Improvement District is a part, is $440,000.00, and the estimated share to be borne by such Special Improvement District is $110,000.00, or twenty-five per cent of the total cost of such project, whichever is the lesser. The cost to bs borne by the Special Improvement Dis- NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 6134 Estate of HERMAN J. ZIEGLER, I trict will be assessed against all property in the district on a square Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the foot basis as set forth .in 'Resolu- undersigned, the Administrator of, t l o n No - 2336 ahovJ referred to, the estate of Herman J. Ziegler,! and such assessment may be paid deceased, to the creditors of and for in ten equal annual install- all pei-sons having claims against, meuts ' extending over a period of the said deceased, to exhibit them,j t e n years. with the necessary vouchers, with-! Deference is hereby made to hi four months aftef the first pub-! Resolution No. 2336 on- file in the office of the City Clerk for the lication of this notice to the said Administrator at the .offices of description of. the- boundaries of Murphy and. Robinson, 217 Conrad said Special Improvement District. Bank B.ldg., Kalispell, in the The city Council will-hear and County of Flathead, State of Mon- P ass u P° n a11 Protests that may be tana; the same being the place made a S ainst the making of such for the transaction of the business improvements, or the cre'ation of said proposed'Special Improvement District,, or both, at a regular meeting of'the City Council to be held in the Council Chambers of of said estate. THEODORE I. WOLD, ' . Administrator of the Estate of said Deceased.'the City Hall in the City, of Kali- Dated at Kalispell, Montana,-this'spell, Montana,-at-7:30-P. M., De- 29th day of October, 1957. MURPHY AND ROBINSON, Attorneys for Petitioner, . . 217 Conrad Bank Buifding, .. Kalispell; Montana. . · · . . - " . · . (Octi 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21) NOTICE TO CREDITORS ..' ; No. 6147 ' . , Estate-of FRED J. STRELOW, Deceased. · . · \ Notice is. hereby given by the undersigned, the Executor of the estate of Fred J. Strelow, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims . against the said deceased, to exhibit thern,/with the necessary ·vouchers,, within.-tfoiir 'months after the first^·publication of this notice to the said';Exccut6r ·at the-offices of Murphy and Robinson, 217 Conrad Bank 'Building, KalispeH, in the. County' of^ Flathead, t State of Montana, the same cember 2nd, 1957, Any such protests are to be made in writing and delivered to Uiie-.City Clerk not later thau 5:00 P. M.v Nbvem T ber'ZDth, 1957. , ' · ' · . ' · ' H . J. -HUNT, '· · '· · · ' City Clerk.(Nov. 14, 15, 17, 18,' 19,' 20^ 21, 22)- being.the place for the. transaction of the business of said estate. ' ' . . . ' ' .W. A. KRAF't, ' , ' ' . ; · Executor of the Estate of ' ,, ' . · · . , . . ' . " · said Deceased. : ' · Dated at Kalispell, Montana, '' this' 19th' day of -.Noveijiber, 1937. MURPHY : AND RQ'BINSON,. Atioi-neys' : fpr Petitioner, . . · ' . . 217 Conrad. Bank: BuildingV , Kalispell, . Montana. - · - · · · ' , . ; 21i'28, Dec.,5,. 12) ' . ·' · · ' ' ' f ' '' .". PUT-IT IN ' CLASSIFIED . · AND, WATCH 'IT :'S^LL « \

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