The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 8, 1976 · Page 2
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Kalispell, Montana
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Tuesday, June 8, 1976
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i MUM t, i«V The OMy Inter Uk«, tUttpiM, Mom*n« istrict 5 changes Siderius' jobs Kt Sidertef, currently assistant prfadpti for activities tad athletic* at Ftattwd HJfh Scboo), ba» been aimed director ol federal and state project*. . The action came Monday night at a meeting of the Kaliip«Il School District $ Board of Trustees. The new position for Siderius includes coordination of the district's federally-funded programs, activities, athletics, hot-lunch program and other special projects. In naming Sideriud, the board also hired Les Cabot as assistant principal for activities at FHS. Cabot currently is vice-principal and athletics director at Hardin High School. In other action, the board delayed until June 16 the opening of bids for the hot-lunch program equipment. Siderius said new equipment has been manufactured which will save the district $5,000. The new wanning devices will eliminate the need for beating and refrigerating devices at each of the grade schools. The food warmers will mean that food will be prepared at Ftathead High School and transported to each school in the new units, thus ating transfer to other cooking appliances and tte need to reheat food. Jack Herron, chairman of the board Building Committee, said that the board would be meeting with the architect for the proposed vocational building also on June IS. At that time a summarization of the dollar amount for construction wilt be detailed and prepared for the July meeting of the board. At the July meeting the board will set the dollar amount and the date for a special bond election to finance the structure. Supt, Pat Hayden said if the bond passed in September, the district could look toward to utilizing the building by September, 1877. In other action, the board: -- Heard a recommendation from the Curriculum Committee not to reinstitute the honor roll system, after objections were heard from both students and faculty at the high school. Problems students cited included computing non-academic classes into the honor roll, honor students may shy away from tough classes to maintain grade point average, academic achievers already are honored at graduation time and through Apptoowkis and peer pressure with the special education students. -- Heard a report from Hayden on a sound survey of the FHS Auditorium and the Kalispell Junior High School gym. Haydea said that to repair the problems of accoustics would require more than Incidentals and probably big sums of money which the district doesn't have. The board decided to work towards t solution on a step-by-step basis with estimated costs attached. -- Decided not to extend a bus route in the Creston area to service six more students south of the Creston store. Bus route 6 is involved and the extension would involve hardships of extra riding time to students already on the route. -- Granted the retirement of Lucy White an elementary teacher at Elrod. She has taught in Kalispell schools since 2991. -- Granted the resignation of Bob Brownell, shift manager at the Training Station; Cheryl Metsker, speech and hearing therapist with special education; and Jan Bertelson obituaries James. H. Hawkins, 84 James H. Hawkins, 84, who had resided at 504 Woodland Ave., died in Kalispell Monday. He was born Feb. 17, 1892, in Kansas City, Kan. He grew up in Iowa, and in 1909, he came to the Flatbead Valley. Here be became associated with the Kalispell Lumber Company, one of the few early-day companies still in business. He continued as an active partner in that business until his retirement in 1963. Mr. Hawkins had served for two years in France with the 20th Engineers Batallion during World War I. At the close of the war, he received his honorable discharge and returned to the Flathead and the Kalispell Lumber Company. After his retirement, he and his wife traveled extensively. He maintained an active interest in community affairs being a member of the Kalispell Elsk Lodge No. 725 and the Kalispell Lodge No. 42 A.F.A.M. In 1967, with Mrs. Hawkins, he established the Hawkins Scholarship Foundation which has enabled many students of Flathead High School to obtain a college education. This foundation will continue this assistance since it was established to operate in perpetuity. In 1929, he was married to Maye Slocombe in Kalispell and now is survived by her at the family home. He was the sole sur- vivor of a number of brothers and sisters and also is survived by a nephew, William Hawkins and three nieces, Mary M. Donye, Phyllis C. Cain and Betty J. Buckallew. S e r v i c e s f o r M r . Hawkins will be in the Johnson Chapel at 2 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. H. Peder Waldum of the Bethlehem L u t h e r a n Church officiating. Burial will be in the Conrad Memorial Cemetery. The family suggests memorials be made to the Heart Fund. Julie Stein, 93 Jamet, Elrod third grade teacher. - Approved the hiring of Keaaeth Berg as band httturctor at the juaior high replacing Maro Botchart, who is retiring; Maureen Danoer as part- time English teacher at KJHS; Larry Scovei as head teacher and English teacher at Underman to replace Torrance Harvey woo is retiring; Marsha Spicher as grade two teacner at Elrod; Janice Hutchinson as Spaoich teacher at FHS: Dennis Smith as health instructor at KJHS; Mary Martin as physical education instructor at K J H S ; C h e r y l P l e t t n e r a s math/science instructor at FHS and . Fred Merrick a* a social studies teacher. - Approved a new salary schedule for Al Seller, special education director. He was given an administrative contract. - Heard a report on the possible purchase of new activities bus for the district. - Decided to renegotiate the bus route contract of Bob Bibb's, route -- Raised substitute teacher pay from 120 per day to 125 per day for non-certificated substitutes and IZ7.50 for certificated substitutes. These increases will coat both the eternentiry aad Ugk tchool district! *Pproxiinateljr|6,«Netdmrtye*r, ' which has been ododcd !· pUaotDf ; for the im-Tt budget. - Gave the lasmace aad A*4it Committee power to act on ipiotM OB a custodial health Insurance package. - Heard a report on the budget and plans for the Title 1 program for the coming school year. -- Set June 28 at t p.m. for a budget hearing. -- Empowered the Curriculum Committee to study the possibility of physical fitness educatiou within the district. - '·· flathead record local briefs Kalispell Regional Hospital ]\ Q ' in j ur i es reported UT- -iTtA HjTm f\nfA\A IHtrtMn.nn l*«li__.«ll U_.. ·*· . and Mrs, Garold Thomson, Kalispell, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ciccone, Kalispell, boy. Mr. and Mrs. William Price, Ubby, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bowman, Bigfork, girl. VISITING HOURS - Noon-Z p.m., 6-8 p.m. ADMITTED - Robert Harvey, Richard Jones, Tina Edwardson, Randall Treweek, Richard Weckwerth, Alexander Auseklis, Joseph Arlee, Edna Garr, Kalispell; Laurie Riley, Mrs. Larry Tosh, Ubby; Kenneth Johnston, Mrs. William Lester, Bigfork; Alrick Hale, Mrs. Lester Santa, Whitefish; William Seter, Eureka; Charles Rosenbaum, Coram; Edmond Rabideau, Columbia Falls; Mrs. Ronald Mackin, Hungry Horse. Siren Calls 12:22 a.m., Tuesday, Kalispell Ambulance, 246 Fairview Dr., to Kalispell Regional Hospital, 11:07 p.m., Monday, Kalispell Ambulance, Peterson's Motel, to Kalispell Regional Hospital. 9:15 p.m., Monday, Kalispell Fire Department, called to 314 5th Ave. East to investigate sparks from a television set. 2:08 p.m., Monday, Kalispell Ambulance, transfer from Kalispell Regional Hospital to Route 2, Columbia Falls. 12:49 p.m., Monday, Kalispell Ambulance, transfer from Kalispell Regional Hospital to Strand Aviation. Mrs. Julie Stein, 93, died in ^Kalispell early Sunday morning. ' ' · ' ' ' ' · ' : "·'·"- She was born Aug. 3, 1882, iaBloomfield,Neb.,a S T E I N , J u l i a , 93, Kalispell. Died Sunday. Graveside rites 11 a.m. Wednesday in Conrad Memorial Cemetery. Friends meet at chapel b e f o r e g o i n g t o cemetery. DARROW, Hazel, 77, Kalispell. Died Saturday. Services 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Johnson Chapel. Burial to be in Fairview Cemetery. HAWKINS, James H., 84, 504 Woodland Ave. Died Monday. Services 2 p . m . T h u r s d a y i n Johnson Chapel. Burial to be in C o n r a d Memorial Cemetery. DODSON, Delia, 93, Kalispell. Died Monday. Funeral arrangements pending. JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME 525 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 756-5036 KALISPELL, MONTANA This daily test pattern it part of our quality control program to bring you the best pouibU printing reproduction. : = S S HI G . 0 C Th.0aiy daughter .of.Jobp and Julia Lu*ert. : Ste bad received her education in Nebraska ',, and on July IB, 1900, she was married to Julius Stein at Bloomfield. They farmed there until 1911 when they moved to Glendive, where they continued to farm. In !923, they moved to Lakeside. About 10 years ago, Mrs. Stein moved to Kalispell where she has since resided. She was preceded in death by her husband, Julius, and one daughter STRINGFELLOW, Robin, 20, formerly of Columbia Falls, died Tuesday in Alaska. Services Thursday at 2p.m. in the LDS Church in Columbia Falls. VAN LEUVEN FUNHAl HOME Phone 692-4589 Columbia Falls WEATHERFORD FUNERAL HOME Kalispell 755-3432 THE FAIRVIEW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION would tike to announce their n»w Mcretary- treafurer will b* Lewtll Eckel berry 347 Michel Slough Columbia Falls X, Illinfte 3 L(°ik@ Published Daily Except Siurday and New Year's Day. Memorial Day. Independence Day, Labor Day. Christmas Day by in* Lake Publishing Company. 300 First Avenue West. . KoJitptli. Zip Code 59901- Entered as second cEass matter at post office. Kalispell. Montana. C. Patrick King, pufcl srrer. editor. MarSrt Hanson, managing editor. James C. Pearce. advertising manager. Jess »n«d. production ni»n«o»f. Tom Kurdy. buHnm m*n*gw. Steve Owens. c*cu ation manager. KaJispeM subscribers who tail to receive ttiHt paper o, 6-00 o.m. weekdays or on Sunday by 8:30 a.m. should telephone me circulation department at 755-7000 before 6:30 p.m week. days or on Sunday by 10-30 « m. for customer service. . -TM» Member 01 ' k S3Bl' The Associated Press -.-. Suggested Hetarf Prices .farufj, ( Ha*p**\'/ By carrier. i3 50 per month. (1 HT V S fKSii... Three monlhs, $1050: six monlhs. ^JVUff L£MKfj,t U1.t)0;oney«ar, M2.00. ^SP Ella Rowlan in July 1943. L o a l L u c k e r t all in r She now is survivied by Nebraska and a number of two sonV; John Steifl',f)f. : . .nieces, nephews and other Lakeside and Fred Stein 'of relatives. S a n d y , O r e . ; two Graveside rites for Mrs. daughters, Elsie Cottrell Stein will be in the Conrad of Kalispell and Mrs. Fred Memorial Cemetery at 11 ( M i n n i e ) Spencer of a.m. Wednesday with the L a k e s i d e ; n i n e Rev. J. Torrance Harvey grandchildren; 18 great- of the Lakeside Chapel of- grandehildren; 13 great- ficiating. Friends will great-grandchildren ; two meet at the Johnson Chape) sisters, Elise Holler and b e f o r e g o i n g to the Alma Doer, and a brother, cemetery. Delia Dodson, 93 Mrs. Delia Dodson, 93, of She was preceded in Kalispell died in Whitefish death by her husband, Monday evening. Alva, on Jan. 18, 1948 and She was born Nov. 29, by one granddaughter, 1882, in Corning, Iowa, a Virginia Ufford Herzog in daughter of William Valen- 1953. tine and Hannah Elizabeth ., . . . . Kennick. She had received , she " ow i s survived by her education in Iowa and ^5° dau ,5, hte f !,',,""; in 1901, she was married to ^rence N f » U « ord ?] Alva Dodson in Des S'K^ ^".'^ Moines, Iowa. (Mildred) Gerhard of Med- They later moved to f ° r '°I e -;, a .£f ^ u *'j ter ' Nebraska for a short time MrsvP . aul fatncia) Haag and in 1905, they moved to of Kalispell; four great- Spokane, Wash. In 1925 granddaughters and oae they moved to Kalispell gf^-great-graadsm. where they continued to Funeral arrangements make their home. for Mrs. Dodson are in- Mrs. Dodson was a complete and will be an- member of the Central nounced later by the Christian Church. Johnson Funeral Home. I wish to thank those who supported and voted for me in the June primary. Emery Wittlake TOMORROW NIGHT 4th ROUND OF THE SUPER DRINKERS, POOL SHOOTERS FOOSBALL COMPETITION -STARTS AT 8:30 - SEE YOU THERE ^ live MUMC By Mo*m C« BUFFALO CHIP FA SALOON FMII MLKKU. HWY. 2 t»ST Variable cloudiness with chance of isolated thunder storms in the afternopns, and evenings i.J the weather 'forecast for,today .arid tomorrow^ " ' ""'·'·' ···-······' High today will be 75 with a low of 50 tonight and high Wednesday of near 75 degrees. Chance of precipitation is 30 per cent through the period. High yesterday at the airport was 72, low M and no precipitation. High in Kalispell was 76, low 51; high in Columbia Falls was 70, low 55; and high in Whitefish was 77, low 46. Sun sets tonight at 9:35 and rises tomorrow at 5:37. One year ago the high was 67, low 37 and .16 inch of precipitation. Records for this date includea high of 89 in 1948; a low of 31 in 1901; and 1.17 inches of precipitation in 1964. Ventilation forecast is good. Elsewhere Monday: Max. Min. Billings 74 54 Butte 76 47 Great Falls 61 54 Havre 70 57 Helena 80 44 Livingston 63 53 Miles City 82 61 Missoula 76 46 Anchorage 56 45 Boise 83 57 Chicago 88 68 Denver 84 54 Honolulu 86 74 Las Vegas 95 70 Miami 86 73 Omaha p? 63 Phoenix 99 69 Salt Lake 91 63 San Diego 70 63 San Fran 58 51 Seattle 67 52 Spokane 77 56 Washington 87 66 National Sports Coverage? WE KNOW THE SCORE... KGEZ CBS For Northwest Montana 600 ON YOUR DIAL Kalispell Police report a two-vehicle, no-injury accident Monday noon at the corner of First Avenue West and Sixth Street West. Officers said a car driven by Dorothy O'Grady Rose, Hungry Horse, failed to allow traffic to clear before crossing through a street after stopping at a stop sign and ran into a vehicle driven by Neva Bell Foy Kalispell. Total property damage amounted to $250 and Rose was cited for failure to yield right-of-way, police said.: Man still critical Lester Sheldon, injured Sunday evening in a single- vehicle motorcycle accident near Kalispell, remains in critical condition in a Spokane, Wash., hospital. The 45-year-old Kalispell man was flown to Sacred Heart Hospital Monday noon. He had been admitted to Kalispell Regional Hospital Sunday after being thrown from his motorcycle on U.S. 2, east of Kalispell. The accident still is under investigation by the Moo- tana Highway Patrol. Defender requested A 19-year-old Seeley Lake man requested a public defender Monday before Justice of the Peace Mary Riedel on a charge of criminal sale of dangerous drugs. William A. Smithson was arrested in Missoula on a warrant from Flathead. County earlier this week. Riedel set bond for Smithson at 15,000 and remanded him to the coustody of the sheriff in lieu of the bond. Two Martin City men also appeared injustice court Monday on misdemeanor charges of theft. Marion E. Sieman, 19, and Floyd B. Middlerider, 25, requested 24 hours before entering a plea to the ; charges before Justice of the Peace George Shay, Bond was set-at $250 each and wasn't posted. Robert W-. Weaver, Si, 1 Kalispell was bound over to district court on a charge of criminal sale of dangerous drugs following a preliminary hearing. Riedel continued Weaver's bond in the amount of $1,000. In other justice court action, a six person jury found Per Karl Storli, 48, of Kalispell guitly of a charge of reckless driving. Storli was fined $200. Miller appointed David "Moose" Miller, 305 5th Ave. E., wUl replace Francis O'Boyle on the Kalispell Board of Adjustments (BOA) Mayor Norma Happ announced Monday night. Appointed to the City Council April 5, to fill a Ward Two vacancy, O'Boyle has served concurrently on both the council and the BOA until his resignation from the board during Monday's council meeting. TONIGHT T A H E MOVIES !g[ lUBtTY 1 JS Th. DUCHESS and THE DIRTWATER FOX PC last Nil* MISSOURI BREAKS PC fhn MR. MAJESTYK PC a 1 snump l a Tin HINDENBURG toil Nitt THE EXORCIST R BUCK CHRISTMAS TRAPLINE JAYCEES AUCTION...SATURDAY, JUNE 12th At 1:00 p.m. Next To The Hungry Hone Town Hall 2 Dump Trucks W/Plow* 1 Model "M" John Deere Tractor 1 Model "U" Minneapolis Molina Tractor 1 Single Axle Low Boy Trailer, 1120 Tires '_ 1967 Jeep Wagoneer Stoves, Plumbing Building Supplies Tools and Art Work and Grizzly Bear Rugs Bring Any Items For Auction By Noon Saturday, June 12th Call 387-7691 Dam Town Tavern For FREE Pick-Up! 'Free' Coffee and Donuts ·All Proc««d» Will Go To Worthwhile Community ProjetH*

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