The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 21, 1957 · Page 16
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 16

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-16 THE INTER LAKE, November 21, 1957 Head MSU Drive Winter Wheat Crop Appears Average HELENA (UP-) -- A combined veatheV and livestock report issued by the Weather Bureau and agricultural agencies terms winter wheat development average or above as of last Saturday. It summarized the crop and livestock progress this way: Sugar beet harvest, 96 per cent complete. ' Feed grain marketing, about normal. Cattle and sheep, in good condition and mov.ing to market at an average clip. Harvest operations, almost completed iu the state's western and central and eastern districts with retacded operations in the rorth and south. Bonder Soys MST6T Unable to Rectify Debt HELENA (UP) -- A Mountain The questioning took place at aJLeaphart question, admitted that pany's ear-nines were not sufficient it would h* nmvfe» (n invoke Co. witness testified under cross-ij States Telephone and Telegraph ; PubUc Service Commission hearing on a proposed increase in Montana telephone rates. Begun at Billings last September, the hearing examination yesterday that while any company should be able to rectify its debt MSTT hasn't been able to do so. "It is not my impression that the rate payer should supply capital expenditures," sajd Douglas, Dundas, president of the First National Bank In Great Falls'. "But the rate payer as rectifier pays for expansion for the year." William Leaphart Jr., Helena, counsel fpr the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Union, cross-examined the banker about the earnings and expenditures of Mountain States. the net operating income of the at the present lime to attract the company had increased over S3 million in 1956. He also admitted that the 1954 it would be unwise to invest In a company that did and the witness net operating income was S19 mil- resumed here In the state Senate :]ion and increased to S26 million chambers on Monday. .Diihdas, In- response to another! But he said that the phoue com- Fraternity Choice \ Stuart W. Swenson. Kalispell, was elected to membership in Alpha Kappa Psi, business professional fraternity, last week at Montana State University. Membership, in this fraternity is determined by a high scholastic standing and an outstanding aptitude shown in the business profession; Swenson is also a .member of Sigma Chi social fraternity and a sergeant in the advanced ROTC military establishment at the university. · CAMPUS CO-CHAIRMEN-With their eyes on a total goal of' $50,000 and the site of the proposed Montana State University Religious Center, Tom Payne, associate profesosr of history and political science, and Tom Monahan, assistant dean of men, discuss the campus phase of the fund-raising project with Miss Tomme Lu Middleton, executive secretary of the M.S.U. Endowment. Foundation. Payne and Monahan have volunteered to cochairman the campus fund drive. Donations from the M.S.U. campus will be counted in with the Missoula County quota. MSU tax School to Attempt New Approach This Year The 1957 Tax School at.Montana'of specific problems, .Husdff ex- State University, Dec. 5, 6, and 7, plained, will inaugurate a seminar-type discussion of current tax problems Tiekefs Real Gone DETROIT (UPV--Next Sunday's National Football League game be- hveeu the Chicago Bears and Detroit Liaris is considered a '' anfeed sellout" today after bleacher seats and grandstand locations behind, the poles were sold in an hour and a half yesterday. THE DAILY INTER LAKE W. B. Sweetland, Editor and Publisher Published daily (except Satfir- day) 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 · and ideas. The suggestion was Subscription Prices Carrier Rates Daily Sunday, one month 3 1.75 Daily. Sunday, one vear 21..00 MAIL RATES-PAID IN ADVANCE. In Montana -- where carrier service is not available --' 1 year 15100, B mo. 8.00..3 mo. 4.00. 1 mo. 1-50. Mall service tvithJn carrier area at carrier rates only. Mail outside Montana, one year 21.00, one month 1.75. made by registrants of previous years, according to Lester R. Rusoff, associate professor of Law and tax school director. ' This is a departure from the format of previous years, when the three-day sessions -were limited to formal papers and question and answer periods, Rusoff noted. Lawyers, accountants, trust officers, and life underwriters who have participated in the annual tax discussions proposed a functional approach to the resolution problems of an imaginary client, through, formal papers and small discussion groups, he said. A combination of the two techniques will, be used this year, and the four participating groups will be integrated as a team in, the solving Among the fields^ to be examined' th'is year are pension and profit' Person Sneaks Money from Bank BILLINGS (UP) -- City police were searching today for an unknown person who apparently i|| leaned over into the teller's cage 1 *at the Billings State Bank Tuesday,, picked up a packet of $20 bills and walke.d out unnoticed. Bank officials were 'not aware of the burglary until an audit after closing hours revealed the missing money. Police immediately launched an;! investigation. Chief .C. E. (Jack)' Maness said one. suspect was questioned, but released. State Temperature To Be Sub-Normal HELENA (UP) -- The ·Weather Bureau has forecast below nor- sharing plans and current prob-[ lems in estate planning. The topics within these areas will be treated in formal papers addressed to -all 'registrants, but the specific, problems of the particular professions will be .considered .in group meet-' ma l temperatures for the 30-da\i|| ings of those professions. To give full coverage within these .discussion groups, an advisory committee consisting of a representative i of the profession concerned and the three other participating professions will preside. period ending in mid-December. Montana precipitation totals-are' expected to be moderate west of|f| the Continental Divide and southwestern counties east of the Divide but heavy over the re- imainder of the Treasure State. . capital that MSTT must have. Jsaid "Yes, it would." "Current liabilities as of Dec. 31, 1956, are greater than the assets," he said. "No company, should have greater liabilities than assets." Leaphart asked if Dundas .thought "Would it surprise you to learn that Mountain States has operated that way since 1951?" 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