The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 24, 1957 · Page 9
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 9

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, November 24, 1957
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Muscular Dystrophy Campaign Runs Tuesday in Whitefish WH1TEFISH (ILNS)--'In Whitefish the house-to-house drive for funds for muscular dystrophy will he conducted by the Whitefish volunteer firemen, the Rainbow Girls and the DeMolay Boys Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This drive Is part of a countywide effort to secure funds for the crippling and as yet incurable Stare Recesses MSTT Hearing HELENA (UP) -- The Mountain States Telephone . Telegraph Co. hearing on a rate Increase was in recess until Tuesday -after five days of testimony and cross-examination of utility witnesses. The hearing was recessed late Friday with 'P. E. Remington, disease. Drive chairman In Whitefish Is Don Elder of the volunteer firemen. Cans have already been placed in downtown b u s i n e s s houses for those not contacted. Transportation will be furnished hy the firemen for the boys and girls Tuesday evening. Members of the Rainbow working will be Diana Kemppainen, Carol Robertson, Susan Muidown, Vcndals Damage Episcopal Church Christ Church, Episcopal, under construction at 215 Third Ave. East was invaded by vandals, j probably Thursday night. j According to Kalispell police officials, the vandals opened 3 can of black paint and poured it over a table saw In the building, smeared paint over the church and thre%v the can the length of the church, splashing paint on some new pews. Susan Monroe, Connie Copeland.j In addition, persons who broke Denver, vice president of MSTT jjowke on the stand being questioned by Atty. Leo Graybill Jr., Great Falls, ! representing the Cascade County j Trades and Labor Assejnbly. i Hemington testified most of the day on three exhibits which have been challenged by opponents to the rate increase. The exhibits show figures which relate to tax Verna Montgomery, Mary B e t h Spears, Jeanne Smart, Sandra Fraser, B a r b a r a Owen, Judy Stephens, Andrea Hollar, Judy Glowers, Kay Kriegel and Linda Ensign. DeMolay campaigners are Jerry Parks, Tom Swisher, George Duffy Jr., Gary Van Skyke, Jim Parker, Dick Brown, Butch Garretson, Bill Ensign, Paul Conn, Douglas Knapton, Jerry Scott and Leonard Helena Jail Uses Electronic 'Bug HELENA (UP)--The age of elec-1 quarters, Sheriff Dave Middlemas tronics has come to the 65-year-old has strengthened security at a Lewis and Clark County jail. Today, when many law enforcement officers arc struggling--and often unsuccessfully--to gel more up-to-date, break-proof detention Hospital Notes estimates, pension and retirement figures arid operating expqnses for the period ending June 30 plus projected figures for 1958 and 1959 operating expenses. Graybill did most of the questioning. He asked Remington whether such items as savings on changeover from manual to dial telephones were Included in the exhibits and whether a new accounting system's savings were there. He also requested an exhibit for the full year of 1956 that shows net operating earnings for the company. Remington introduced a special exhibit on his own work sheets as levidence to explain the three exhibits that have been questioned. When asked by Graybill if a new American Telephone Telegraph Co. station accounting system, used by MSTT, would amount to a savings. Remington replied, ['Yes, about $27.000 per year." However, he added that it would BIRTHS WEAVER, Mr. and Mrs. Glen, into the church chopped up electrical cords and scattered brackets around the inside of the church. Most of the paint damage has been repaired. During tho same evening, win-! dows were broken on the north side of Linderman gym, glass at Central Christian Church at Second Avenue and Third Street was broken and about 200 gallons of fuel oil dumped on the ground from a tank at the Sanders Implement Co. on North Main Street. Kalispell police are investigating. QUOTES 87 Unlled Press MAEBASHI, Japan -- Judge William S. Girard to three years fraction of the cost of just holding a bond election. Now in operation a little over a month ip an 'intercom system so sensitive that a whisper from the cellblock sounds like normal COHT versation, the shower like a waterfall, a keycap on the bars like a hammer. ' THE INTER LAKE, Sunday, November 24, 1957 9- Scouts Entertain at State Soldiers Home WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Six girls cake and contributed one penny'and campcraft; Darlene Walters, ·f ni* OH fVl f\f l*Q»» ^tartr^r 4-rt +tt n ^ T n**m J ! . J _ _ r ' _ _ 11 - _ - · » _ m volunteer labor, Middlemas installed six, high-frequency microphones about the from. Whitefish Girl Scout Troop 11, under the direction of Mrs. L. E. Shiffman and Mrs. James Bell, took a program to the Montana Soldiers Home at Columbia Fails last Wednesday evening. The program was given as a part of the first class rank requirement. Included was group singing of patriotic, folk ;ind Girl Scout Eongs; a musical reading, piano solos, vocal solo parts and a glockenspiel solo. for each of her years to the 11 Lowe Scout Fund. This amount is sent to headquarters to be used to further the international program of Girl Scouting and aid the work in less fortunate countries. drawing and painting; Joan Simons, canoeing, .campcraft, housekeeping and swimming; Mary Lou Shiffman, campcraft, outdoor cooking, canoeing, . mammal, housekeeping and photography; Julie Badges were awarded to Linda, Thompson, campcraft and canoe- Ensign for canoeing, housekeeper'ing; and Rita Arndt, animal raiser. m suspended sentence for fatallyi U TM; story , cellblo ?, k shooting metal scavenger Mrs. Na-' T ,hese mi « e s, ka Sakai on an Army firing range fashlon they can * be "ached or last January: At cost 6f a"bout $140 plus some _,, . .. . ,, Girls participating were Joan mons, Linda Ensign, Da'rlene circumference : WaUer ' s Diane Lovell, Rita Arndt and thickness of a dollar atop the and Mary Lou Shiffman. Accompanying the group was Mrs. Shiffman and two members of the "(The shooting) can only be regarded as excessive mischief, completely irrelevant to the perform- 'girl, Columbia Falls, Friday. GOVE, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, boy, Lake Blaine, Friday. ADMITTED BERTELSON, Eddie, Kalispell. BROWN, Samuel, Kalispell. SWARD, Nanni, Kalispell.' DISCHARGED RACICOT, Robert, Kalispell. . CAMITSCH, Mrs. Albert, Butta. POPA,, John' Columbia Falls; DERANLEAU, Phillip, Kalispell. P I E R C E , Richard, Columbia Falls.' SISK, Mrs. Van, Bigfork. CONRAD, Mrs. Gordon, Kalispell. DESCH, Fred, Kalispell. BACKER, Robert, Kaljspell. Build Road REXFORD (ILNS) -- The J. Neils Lumber Co. road crew of 10 men is building 10 miles of pe two years before savings were realized on the system and as a W ell as fesult they were not included on ' One of the expense and savings ex- jiibits. Safety Winners I REXFORD (ILNS) -- The J. Neils Lumber Co. logging crew jinder Eugene Yalivah was awarded the Pacific Northwest safety plaque for having worked over BOO days without an accident The Northwest, Safety ' area .includes Montana," "WaBtiin|ton,. 'idali'o and Oregon. road in the Edna Creek area. Four rented dozers from Kalispell as two Neils "cats" and a Fire Endangers New Job Office A fire of unknown origin called the Kalispell fire department to the new Montana State Employment Service building in the 400 block on Firpt Avenue East Friday at 11:50 p.m. When the firemen arrived, they found a roofing mop ajid some building paper ablaze. Damage was apparently confined to some concrete building blocks and the fire was quickly put out. ance of duly an action simply carried out for the sole purpose of satisfying the momentary price of the accused . . ." ca- Pleads Innocent POCATELLO, Idaho (UP) -Arthur Willard Brown, 23-year- old Montana penitentiary escapee, has pleaded innocent in U.S. District Court here to charges of kid- naping a Galen, Mont., housewife and to au,to theft charges. MAEBASHI, Japan -- Girard. after sentence was pronounced: "It was kind of tough, but I'm glad the judge gave me another chance." ......AUGUSTA, Ga. -- President Eisenhower, in appealing to American employers and workers to abolish all artificial racial discrimination: "Every citizen who helps to riiake seen py the prisoners, are connects ed to a speaker system in the jail office. Everything the prisoners say, virtually every move they make, can be heard. "The night jailer says he can hear them snora and, when we have drunks locked up, we can hear them singing just as if they were right in the room," Middlemas said. The prisoners, of course, hate Mhis. In fact, a case in point occurred the night of last Oct. 18-during the test period of the new "bug" system. Even though not perfected yet, it picked up some sounds of saw- sponsoring group, Mrs. L O. Graff, chairman of the hospital committee and Mrs. Vince Caciari, also a troop committee member. Members of this troop were awarded hadges for completing requirements at a special ceremony recently. Also observed at this time was the birthday of Miss Julia Lowe, the founder of Girl Scouting. Each member of the troop lit a candle on the special birthday Births POLSON (ILNS) -- Lake Coun- ing. Jailer Tim Skinner ran to onel t y birt hs: At Hotel Dieu Hospital, of the "Judas" windows in the wall I Polson - a daughter to Mr. and between the jail and the sheriff's office. legal and economic equality a IJv- , He saw Donald Smith, 19, serv- * hig a 120-day sentence for petit ing fact is helping America." WASHINGTON--French Foreign Minister Christian Pineau, on French reaction to the Anglo- American arms shipments to Tunisia: "Never since the war has the Communist Party gained such a victory in France. French public opinion is very troubled by this question." larceny, and a juvenile had escaped from their cells and were trying to break out of the cellblock. Skinner called the sheriff for YOUTH HURT IJV FIGHT BUTTE A 16-yearTold Ana- help and the would-be escape was thwarted. Even then, the would-be escapees cursed the "bug." It was the first time In many years that an attempted jailbreak was stopped quickly, Middlemas said. The sheriff did'not turn to this LONDON -- Count Basie, after method of insuring security just Mrs. Gilbert Horstman of Poison, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Don Dupuis of Poison, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Salomon of Poison. Properly speaking, a cathedral is a Christian church which contains the "cathedra," or official chair, of a bishop. READ TOE CLASSIFIED ADS conda youth injured in a street patrol are being used. One "cat" )fight here'Saturday-night was" re- is skidding right of way logs. p ort ed In "fair" condition today Seven miles o f t h e road i s com- - - - - - pie ted. EBA Will Meet Evergreen Businessmen's Asso-' the 16-year-old, elation will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at Evergreen School. All Kenneth Sovereign is in a Suite hospital where he is suffering from a possible brain injury. Police took John Lacey, 46, Butte miner, into custody. Officers said Lacey allegedly struck meeting Queen Elizabeth II at the annual royal variety show last night: "She said she had been listening to some of my records. . . I guess she must have borrowed from her sister." them mernbers are asked to attend the READ THK CLASSIFIED "ADS meeting and; to take part in dus- cussion of association business. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Here's a Perfect way to say MERRY CHRISTMAS . . . with a Gift that is different! Select from Our Huge Array of: · KNITTING EQUIPMENT · NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIES · HAND MADE APRONS DOLL CLOTHES . and many, many other items perfect for Gifts WILDA MAY'S Too Fast WATERTOWN, Conn, (UP) -The Police Commission notified fire department officials that some of the volunteers raced through the middle of town at "high and unsafe speeds" and the practice "must be 'stopped." by accident. 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