The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 6, 1976 · Page 2
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A-2 Sundcy, JUIM ». 1976 Th« 0«Hy hittr Uk«, KaHtpeD, Monlan* flathead record Disincorporation gets support Births Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis, Kalispell, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Docald Baker, Somers, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Marsh, Somers, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Blllie Sudan, Bigfork, girl. Deaths Virginia Zieglvr, 58, of Kalispell, died Friday. Kalispell Regional Hospital VISITING HOURS - Noon-2 p.m., 6-« p.m. ADMITTED - Mrs. Hugh Lewis, Rex Miller, Mrs. Jay Crawford, William Howard, James Hawkins, Bryan Hinkley, Kalispell; Mrs. Arnold Marsh, Mrs. Donald Baker, Somers, Jo« Dickinson, Olney; Ralph Roberts, Libby; Oral Wickum, Doug Gard, Alan Hoener, Columbia Falls; Mrs. William Love, Martin City; Mrs. Billie Sudan, Bigfork. DISCHARGED - Mrs, Roger Mergenthaler, Monte KJindt, Mrs. Dan Vachal, James Manning, Leland Hanson, Carol Neilsen, Rex Miller, Jodi Pruttis, Hugh Paris, Candy Billsborough, Mrs. Ray Miller and baby girl, Mrs. Douglas Booker, Timothy Sonstelie, Mrs. Norbert Charboneau, Cathy Koch, Kalispell; Howard Amos, Martin City; Mrs. Lowell Smith, West Glacier; Joe Riska, Missoula; Sarah Hodges, Robet Siefke, Libby; Mariona May, Marion; William Lecher, Bigfork; Leslie harp and baby, Ann Marie Dayrider, Browning. Bids sought by Forest Service The Kootenai National Forest has issued a bid invitation for hand tree thinning and for flood damage repair on the forest, Don Westfall, administrative support, said. The tree thinning bid is for 355 acres in the Stillwater River drainager of the Fortine Ranger District in Lincoln County. A prebid meeting will be held at the Murphy Lake Ranger Station, 2.5 miles southeast of Fortine, at 9 a.m., June 15. A guided tour will follow the meeting. Information about the location of the work areas is available from the Fortine District Ranger. The flood-damage project is for the Star-Callahan and Down Creek Roads, on the Troy Ranger District, 11 miles northwest of Troy. A prebid meeting will be held at the Troy Ranger Station, one mile northwest of Troy on U.S. 2, at 1 p.m., June 7. Bids will be received until 2p.m., June 17 at the supervisor's office. Commission airs findings COLUMBIA FALLS - Overtaxed and undervalued, the City of Columbia Falls would belt benefit from dis- incorporation according to findings released recently to county commissioners by the city's local government study commission. In a summary of the commission's tentative report recommending disincorporation for voter review, the group said "disincorporation is the best alternative as the county can provide the governmental services required at a lower tax rate." While the Board of County Commissioners dispute such a contention, the study group said it supports dis- incorporation because "Columbia Falls cannot provide the services we need except at an extreme tax rate." The report said Columbia Falls residents "feel they are being overtaxed." The result is "dissatisfaction with the present established government." During the current fiscal year, Columbia Falls city government operated on a budget of $202,500 as based on a levy of 81 mills. Also offering disincorporation as an alternative to the voters are the cities of Libby, Wibaux and West Yellowstone. The commission reported incorporation as efficient in the state's early history but in many respects a traditional -- but necessarily efficient -- action during recent years. "In the future, counties will be able to provide services to people which they could not provide before. Disincorporation provides a means by which cities can receive the services at a reduced cost," the study group wrote. By disincorporating, the study group feels, Columbia Falls residents would fall under a larger district and greater tax base. All of Anaconda Aluminum aud most of Plum Creek Lumber Co. fall outside the city limits. Other advantages of disincorporation, according to the group, would be elimination of duplicated services and the resultant reduction of costs. Community identity would remain solid because the city post office and Columbia Falls School Dist. S would retain the familiar name. Although the commission says the current mayor; council government has the advantage of allowing local control, it also blasts declining citizen interest in local government. "Interest... fell to an all-time low during the last city election when none of the candidates for council had an opponent. One of the positions had to be filled by appointment..." the group wrote. On the other hand, to the detriment of the disincor- poration plan the study group said some short range efficiency problems may be encountered. Listed as possible pitfalls would be fewer police officers, possible tardiness in street repair and snow removal and hostility on the part of the county commissioners in supplying needed service. Preparation of the commission's final report will be completed following a public bearing July 7 at 8 p.m. in the city council chambers. City voters will endorse or reject the alternate form of government on Sept. 21. obituaries Family style chicken -dinner or baron of beef Treat the -rtole family today with^our Sunday specials.' Delicoiis chicken or baron of bee/ plus mashed potatoes, gravy, rolls, vegetables and salad bar. 11:30 to 5:00 |L Reg. Menu After 5 ADULTS CHILDREN David Nelson, 84, former resident of Whitefish, died in Corona, Calif. Wednesday. He was born Dec. 2,1891, i n N o r w a y , a n d h a d received his schooling in Norway. In the 1920's, he came to the United States. On April Miss Virginia Ziegler, 58, died at her home at 402 West Wyoming on Friday evening. She was born July 4,1917, in Fortine. She had received her early schooling at Fortine, later moving to Kalispell with her family. She was graduated from Flathead County High School in the JAM SESSION AT THE 4-CORNERS LOUNGE SUNDAY, JUNE 6 ALL BANDS WELCOME Hwy. 93 So., Kalispell Report to McDonald's forafree Cheeseburger. "We 11*001 fail von." ftta.1 rep-rt card. And wr'd like [o help the ceifbratron ilong. W i t h a free McDonald's Ohetseliurxer. ·tuii b r i n e vo'ir child and hi* tejv.Tt card co Mclfcnald'* nf Kaliapell. H he frt Jll passing gnfcs and at least oce a or ils equivalent, we 1! give him h i * UYV t-htewburger. O.ildrfn and vour.j adu'.iA rude* I - I 2 art eligible. Offer go.-d ihmuich -lune 3\ 1976. David Nelson, 84 24,1927, he was married to M a r t h a N e l s o n i n Kalispell. The couple had lived at Half Moon where Mr. Nelson was employed with the Stoltze Land and Lumber Company. In 1944, they moved to Whitefish and had lived at 725 Somers Ave. Mr. Nelson was preceded in death by his wife, Martha, on Feb. 4, 1969. He then moved to California to make his home with his son. He now is survived by his son, Denny Nelson of C o r o n a , C a l i f . ; o n e brother, Alfred Nelson of Great Falls and two grandchildren. Funeral services for Mr. Nelson will be conducted in the Christ Lutheran Church of Whitefish 2 p.m. Friday w i t h the R e v . Obert Landsverk officiating. Burial will be in the Glacier Memorial Gardens under the direction of the Austin Funeral Home. Ballots ready Kalispell City Clerk George Beardslee said absentee ballots for the June 15th election on the city's alternative form of g o v e r n m e n t a r e n o w available at the County Election Department. He said the completed absentee ballots will be accepted by the election department until noon, June 14. LIVE MUSIC All Musicians We/come/ DIXIE INN 9 P.M. Sunday* S Mi. S. Hwy. 93, Kal. Virginia Ziegler, 58 class of 1936. Shortly after graduating from high school she was employed at the Kalispell Mercantile as a bookkeeper and office manager where she continued to work until retiring due to ill health in 1975. Miss Ziegler was a member of the Trinity L u t h e r a n C h u r c h o f K a l i s p e l l . S h e w a s preceded in death by her ·parents and one sister, Mrs. Betty Wold, on May 25, 1976. She now is survived by one sister, Miss Esther Ziegler of Missoula; one niece, Sue Ann Wold of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Home of Cornelius, Ore., and several aunts, uncles Reuben A. Peterson, 71 Reuben A. Peterson, 71, who had resided at Woods Bay, Bigfork, died, in Kalispell Friday. He was born May 14, 1905, in Wilmar, Minn. He had received his education in Minnesota and on Feb. 17, 1947, he was m a r r i e d t o C o n n i e Batchelder in Billings. Mr. Peterson was a bus driver for the Greyhound Bus Compnay for 38 years prior to his retirement. He t h e n m o v e d to Bozeman for three years before moving to his home at Woods Bay where he has lived for the past two years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge #113 of Billings and the Scottish Rite. He is survived by his widow, Connie, at home; , one son, David D. Peterson of Billings; two stepdaughters, Paula DeVore of Bismarck, N.D. and Mary Lou Gould of Lynn w o o d , Wash..; one stepson. Jay Peterson of Helena; 11 grandchildren and four sisters, Mrs. W.W. (Gertrude) Whitmore, ; Miss Sally Peterson and Miss Huby Peterson, ; all of Minneapolis, Minn, a n d M r s . W e n d e l l ( W i n i f r e d ) Loftus of Milwaukee, Wis., and s e v e r a l n i e c e s a n d nephews. and cousins. Graveside rites for Miss Ziegler will be conducted in the Conrad Memorial Cemetery 11 a.m. Monday with the Rev. Harold H u b e r , p a s t o r of the Trinity Lutheran Church officiating. Friends will meet at the Johnson Chapel b e f o r e g o i n g t o t h e cemetery. Funeral ssrvices for Mr. Peterson will be conducted in the Dokken-Nelson 'Funeral Home In Bozeman 2 p.m. Monday with the Rev. Ron Pierce, pastor of the Swan Chapel officiating. Burial will be in the Sunset Memorial Gardens in Bozeman. OUR HEARTFELT THANKS TO All who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, and other kindnesses, we are deeply grafeful. The Famly Of Verba Holman 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 Whitefiah No gifts please. TONIGHT THE MOVIES! Wilbur Schaeffer, 54 1110 Highway 2 West Wilbur C. Schaeffer, 54, who had resided in Columbia Falls, died Thursday in Whitefish. Mr. Schaeffer was born Feb. 8, 1922 in Ashley, N.D. As a young boy he moved to Medina, N.D. where he received his education and g r a d u a t e d f r o m h i g h school. He entered the U.S. Army during World War 11. He was married to Helen J. Rudick in Seattle. The couple later moved to Fargo, N.D. and in 1951 to West Glacier and later moving to Columbia Falls. He was employed in the construction of Anaconda Aluminum Co. and also was foreman of the construction on Hungry Horse D a m a n d w a s l a t e r employed by the Bureau of Reclamation until 1973 when he retired due to ill health. He is survived by his widow, Helen, at the family home in Columbia Falls; four sons. Charles Schaeffer of Salt Lake City, Utah, D o n S c h a e f f e r i n Whitefish, Richard Schaeffer of Monterey, Calif, and Pat Schaeffer of Columbia Falls; two daughters, Mrs. John (Gloria) Mauer of Shady Side, Ohio and Kathy Schaeffer at the family home in Columbia Falls; six grandchildren; t w o b r o t h e r s , R e v . Clarence Schaeffer in New Rockford, N.D. and Robert Schaeffer of Moorhead, Minn. Funeral services for Mr. Schaeffer will be conducted 1 p.m. Monday in the Austin Chapel with Rev. George Oswald of the Happy Valley Baptist Church, officiating. Inter- m e n t w i l l b e i n t h e Woodlawn Cemetery with military graveside rites. CHADBOURNE, Horace, 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 LEUYE.N FUNERAL HOME Phont 892-4289 Cslumbto Falli SCHAEFFER, Wilbur, 54, Columbia Falls. Died Thursday. Funeral services 1 p.m. Monday in Austin Chapel. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery with military graveside rites. NELSON, David, 84, formerly of Whitefish. D i e d W e d n e s d a y . Funeral services 2 p.m: F r i d a y i n C h r i s t Lutheran Church. Burial in Glacier Memorial Gardens. Austin Funeral Home John n»rf Clima .-iiixtin iMrry and JoeyKaritfkf II hitfftah Ph. 862-HHO WEATHERFORO FUNERAL HOME Kalispell 755-3432 ZIEGLER, Virginia, 58, 402 W. Wyoming. Died Friday. Graveside rites 11 a . m . M o n d a y in C o n r a d M e m o r i a l Cemetery. F r i e n d s meet at chapel before going to cemetery. JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME 525 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 756-5036 ^ALISPELL. MONTANA SUNDOWN] rt-w TMunf A MofOf Motion Pktw* - c '- " 0 -'" 1 Filmed In Montana With TwoOtiorWtnrteri ONE STEALS. ONE KILLS./ ONE "DIES. MAROON "BRANDO NICHOLSON "THEMISWURI 'BREAM" MIDWAY THiv Tutiday Op.n 9:30 Show 10:00 G«n Admiuicn $2.00 THE E X 0 R C I S June 9 REDFORD4 HAf FMAN In ALL THE PRESIDENTS MENP,; June 7-12 9:30-1:30 "ONE OF CANADA'S . TOP ROCK GROUPS." FIRT KALISPELL BUFFALO CHIP SALOON Hwy. 2 Eott j 7:00-9:05 THE DUCHESS,, »*ft£. THE DIRTWATER FOX A Cord Up HH Unit. A N»««* Areunrf Hit Neck lit GtOttt SEOtL Atth«ftrtwal«rFo« i' HUE MM The Wesl WtsFlf

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