The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 10, 1976 · Page 2
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Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, June 10, 1976
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A-a TDundty, JUW 10, 1»7« Ttw D«Hy Irrtw Lake, KUItptH, Montwu Health merger gains approval An interlock agreement between the City of Kalispell and Flathead County creating i city- county health board has received final approval by Secretary of State Frank Murray. The May 18 agreement between the two governments establishes a countywide j u r i s d i c t i o n in health matters. In a letter to the county commis- \J-^ ^*Lt SCAFOOD We have the largest seafood menu in the Northwest, comprised ! of the dishes most fre- quentiy requested. May we suggest the seafood platters for a variety of seafood delights. Dancing to the Wheelers on Fri. and Sat. nights at the sioners Wednesday, Murray said the health board oow 1) officially on file with hii office. Flathead County Commissioner Joe DeLong said ultimately he hopes every community in the county will be represented on the board. The c o m m i s s i o n e r s acted this morning to appoint Margaret Reeser of Coram to represent the Canyon Area of the county on the board. Commissioner Mel Wollan said Mrs. Reeser's term will be set d u r i n g a f o r m a l organizational hearing of the board scheduled for sometime in the near future. There are about 250.000 independent truck drivers in the United States, and ftey own 343,000 vehicles. Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful services, floral offerings and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. The Family Of M A R I A N ' O P A L K A ROVER We'd like to thank all those who extended sympathy, comfort and other kindnesses during our recent bereavement. To the residents of -Mountain View Manor and all others who were so kind to Margaret during the years she lived. We are deeply grateful. The family of Margaret Montpetit. NOON SMORGASBORD) )ALL YOU $95 :ANEAT L Monday Thru Friday 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. QUARTE: 1312 Jtf Av«. E., Kalispall Friday Saturday Sunday 3 HAMBURGERS FINGER STEAKS $149 ·' Includet Friet Roll ........... A SALAD BAR $1.09 RIYEIN 135 East Idaho - Kalispell - 752-3318 GAY 70s CAFE JCT. 35 326 BIGFORK, MONT. NOW OPEN 24 Hours -- 7 Days A Week Home Style Cooking Homemade Pies Students win cash Eyler Adams, co-chairman of the Big Sky Loggers World Championship, presents a first place prize of $20 to Doug Tinning, left, and a second place prize of $10 to Mary Waldum, right, for their entries in the loggers' poster contest conducted at Flathead High School. Other sludents placing in the contest were Doug Ludwig, third, S10 and Pam Kant and Kurt Kraut, both tying for fourth, each receiving $5. The logging championship will take place in Kalispell Jure 19 and 20, at the Flathead County Fairgrounds. Logging fest nearing A total of 68 professionals and 40 novices have entered the Big Sky Logging Championships to date. The first annual event, which will be June J9-20 at the Klathead County Fairgrounds, already has at- t r a c t e d m a n y world logging c h a m p i o n s and titleholders, said Gary Hurd, local coordinator for the event. Hurd said the professionals would be competing for a total of $7,500 in prize money and trophies during the two-day competition. Amateurs will bid for another 52.700 in prize money. LeeE. Beatty,88 Lee E. Beatty, 88, longtime resident of Whitefish, died at the Bigfork Convalescent Home Wednesday morning. He was born Feb. 20, 1888, in Van Wert, Ohio. He had received his education at Van Wert and in 1909 he homesteaded at Colony Bay area near Loma. In 1910, he began his work as a switchman with t h e G r e a t N o r t h e r n Railroad at Great Falls, r e t i r i n g as a s s i s t a n t general yard master in 1944. He then moved to Olney until 1956, when he moved to Whitefish. Beatty was a 35-year member of the Eagles Lodge 014 of Great Falls. On Feb. 24, 1917, he was married to Georgena Mae LeFurgey at Fort Benton and was preceded in death by her on Feb. 1, 1971, ; , He now is survived by two sons, Howard of Whitefish, and Marshall of K a l i s p e l l ; e i g h t grandchildren and three great-gr andch i Idren. Services for Mr. Beatty will be conducted in the Austin Chapel at 3:30 p.m. Friday with the Rev. Bert Landsvert, of the Christ L u t h e r a n C h u r c h , o f - ficiating. Burial will be in the Glacier Memorial Gardens. The championships will begin at noon Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday. Advanced tickets for the championships are available at many outlets around the Flathead for $2, while tickets at the gate will be $2.50. Children under 12 will be admitted free. Professional events include the North American Championship in double bucking and world championships in two-board springboard chop and stock power saw buck. Other professional events are tree topping, speed climbing, single bucking, underhand chop, standing block chop, hot power saw, Jack and Jill and axe throw. Amateur events include peavy log rolling, double bucking, obstacle pole bucking, truck driving and Montana relay. Other events coinciding with the championships are an art show this weekend at the Gateway West Mall. The show will feature all the Flathead High School art entries for the designing of the official log for the championships. · _ There-will be a commercial show of logging equipment displayed at the fiargrounds'during the shows,. Loggers Dance at the Kalispell Elks Club at 8:30 p:m. June 19 and a loggers breakfast at 8:30 p.m. June 20 at the fairgrounds. Hurd said that the sponsors of the local event have hired Art Williams of Vancourvcr Island, Canada a professional clown and Jub Weickheim a professional announcer. LET'S GO SKATING »New Floor - SuperSmooth ·Long Seisior «New Precision Skatei ·Individual Beginning Letsoni FREE ·Arcade Games DANCE to "Red Eye" Wed., June 16, 9 P.M. 1o 1 A.M. The Place To Go WHEELS WEST ROLLER RINK 1 896 Airport Road - Kalispell 755-3319 Bring This Ad For A Free Nite Of Skating June 10th, 1976 -News . . . what you get in \EWSpopers TONIGHT MOVIES! LJJBMry i Bedford-Hoffman All THE PRAStQENTJS i .MEN !·£··, THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR It «v» The DESTRUCTORS l-l. "" CTBAun 7 -°° n«»i«« [ STRAND I « : u Geflrga C Scoff THE HINDENBURG,,; Di.rt M THI4IEI TOMMY !·(, Kn STARDUST II Edward Lietz, 78 E U R E K A - Edward Lietz, 78, died in Monroe, Wash,, Sunday. He is sur- v i v e d b y h i s w i d o w Geraldine of Monroe; two sons, Robert of Yakima, Wash., and Bill of Monroe and six grandchildren. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Tobacco Valley Cemetery with the Rev. Carl Pershail officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Vial Funeral Home in Eureka. Lawrence Gregor, 88 EUREKA - Lawrence A. Gregor, 88, died in Eureka Monday. He was born May 4. 1888 in Korgcony, Austria. He came to the United Slates in 1913 and moved to Eureka in 1915. He was m a r r i e d to Teresa Sadler Nov. 1, 1913 DARIGOLD MILK Keeps You Chirping It's a natural pepper-upper. Nutritious and d«- Ikious, olio. "A FLATHEAD VALLEY INDUSTRY" PRODUCED AND PROCESSED IOCALIY 8Y EQUITY SUPPLY CO, 150 l»t Av«. W.N. -- Ph. 755-7400 Kaliipell, Mt. at L i b b y . He was a member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church. Mr. Gregor is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Agnes Fritch, Eureka; Mrs. Mary Frank, Bellingham, Wash.; one son, Joseph of Ogden, Utah; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church. Rosary will be recited at the church 7 p.m. Thursday w i t h the R e v . Wilson Smart as celebrant. Burial will be in the Tobacco Valley Cemetery under the direction of Via! Funeral Home in Eureka. B E A T T Y , Lee 88 Whitefish. Died Wednesday. Funeral services 3:30 p.m. Friday in Austin Chapel. Burial in G l a c i e r M e m o r i a l Gardens. NELSON, David, 84, formerly of Whitefish. Died June 2. Funeral services 2 p.m. Friday in C h r i s t L u t h e r a n C h u r c h . B u r i a l i n G l a c i e r M e m o r i a l Gardens. PARRISH, Dewey M., 82, of Kalispell died Thursday in Kalispell. Funeral arrangements pending. Austin Funeral Home ,/utin tintt C.Yrirni .fus/m /,irrv dtirl Jan /uj.wV;A'v II hili'fixli i'li. Hh:-lllil OPEN DAILY 9 -9 SUNDAY 10-6 THURS.-SUN, JOHNSON FUNERAIHOME 525 SOUTH MAIM PHONE 756-5036 KALISPELL. MONTANA WEATHERFORD FUNERAL HOME Kalispell 755-3432 WEED FEED 84 Our 5*17 3 ssr 20 Ib. bag. 10-6-4. Big Savings. WHITE ROCK 64 4 Days Orjf Lightweight 20-10-5. 20 60 lb - ba 9 o! decorative Ibs. covers 5,000 sq. It. rocl( ' Whlle color - LAWN FOOD £ *}94 5.37 ^J ;.r I d Oat'.y Except Saturday anrl New Vear'a Oay. Memorial Day. independence Day. Labor Day. Christmas Day by inier Lake Pubi-shing Company. 300 Firsl Avenue West. Ka-ispe!i, 2ip Code 59901, Eniered as secoro class mailer at oosi oi'ice. Kaiispe 1 .'. Montana C. Patrick K c ng. oub'ishe'. ea.tcr Marl n Hanson, managing editor. James C Pearce. advertising manager. Jess Alfred, prodncfcon manager. Tom Kurdy, business manager. Steve Owens, circulation manager Kahspeii subscribers who fa,' 10 receive ihe:r paper by 6.00 o.m. weekdays or o^ Sunday by 8-30 a.m. s*-ou:(i le'epr-o^e (fie circu-ation department a{ 755-7000 before 6.30 p m weekdays or on S-jnday by 10 "30 a m (or customer service. PRESS Sugges'ct! Heia i Pc ; ct5 Ey earner 53 50 per rro-:h T^ree fronths. $10 £0 ! £ ? ' C-0. o-e year. BEDDING PLANTS OufReg. 57* Assorted bedding plants. COW MANURE Oaf ft, 9 . 1.37 1 10 Only 50-lb. 1 bag odo'less, weed-lfee, non - 24 LaSalle Road, Kalispeil

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