Great Falls Tribune from Great Falls, Montana on April 7, 1985 · 10
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2-B Great Falls Tribune Sunday, April 7, 1985 hhtiiH-lire lemorialnj Henry Dorothy 400 46th St. So. Cma Fall!, Mt S940S Mr k I . -u- p-- .. j, f . sx - ii ri i . I i . iK" " ' -i .T . A V 51 ..rrrnr rrri Statistics - . f-.Xy- J. P : ; iljr ; - BIRTHS EBERL Son to Lindy and Jerry Eberl, 2710 4th Ave. S. GISKAAS Son to Susan and Mark Giskaas, 2204 9th Ave. S. KNUTSON Daughter to Donna and Timothy Knutson, 4955B Ave. C. SEEMAN Son to Renae See-man, Wire Mill Road, Black Eagle. Crime Burglary of Joseph Belgum residence, 1217 3rd Ave. S., reported at 10:57 p.m. Friday. Forced entry through front door. Nothing taken. Burglary of Shirley Wells residence, 812 2nd Ave. S., reported at 3:22 p.m. Friday. A $118 AM-FM cassette radio was stolen. Unknown entry. Burglary of Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 2401 6th Ave. N., Wednesday night. Entry through broken basement window. Nothing taken. Burglary of Victor DesJarlais residence, 118'i 7th St N., reportedly occurred between Monday and Thursday while DesJarlais was in city jail. He has a suspect. Stolen: clippers, shears, thinning Two die in By The Associated Press Two people were killed in separate traffic accidents in Montana on Saturday, raising the yearly toll to 33 still 35 fewer than through April 7 last year. The Highway Patrol said a man was killed about 3:30 a.m. when he stepped into the westbound lane on Montana Secondary 445 about one mile north of Browning and was struck by a car. The name of the victim was not immediately released. Also Saturday, Sandra Dumont Hope. mailed to Bean at 713 East Towne, Glendive 59330. The Montana Hope Project is modeled after one started by the Utah patrol about five years ago, Kraut said. Kraut and Bean stress that almost every cent that is donated is spent directy on the children, because the project has no paid advisers. Expenses are mostly for printing flyers, postage and telephone calls either to gather information or arrange for trips. "The expenses last year were a little higher than we expected, about 5 percent of our donations, but this year it looks like it's going to be . about half of 1 percent," Bean said. And although the project has about $16,000 in the bank and more . coming in, it could be depleted quick Weather Great Falls Sunny with warming today 53, low tonight 32, high Monday today, tonight and Monday. GREAT FALLS PRECIPITATION 24 hours to 5 p.m 13 Total this month to date.. 18 Same month last year....4 09 Normal this month to date 24 Extended forecasts, Tuesday through Thursday East of Divide Unseasonably warm and mostly dry. Highs 60s to low 70s. Lows 25 to 40. West of Divide Dry and unseasonably warm Tuesday and Wednesday. Showers developing by Thursday. Highs 60 to 75. Lows 25 to 40. Montana zone forecasts Northwestern Sunday and Monday, sunny and warm. Highs in the 60s. Lows In the 30s. Kalispell temps 62 32 65 pop 00 00 Westcentral Sunday and Monday, sunny and very warm. Missoula temps 65 32 68 pop 0000 Northwest Chinook zone Sunday and mondav, sunny with warming temperatures. Highs Sunday in the 50s and Mondav 60s. Cut Bonk temps 50 28 62 pop 0000 Southwest Sunday and Monday, sunny and warmer. Helena temps 58 27 65 pop 00 00 Bozeman temps 56 26 63 pop 00 00 Northcentral Sunday and Monday, sunny and warmer. Havre temps 50 25 60 pop 10 00 00 Central Sundav, partly cloudy with a few mountain showers. Monday, sunny and warm. Lewlstown temps 48 28 55 pop 10 00 Northeast Sundav, scattered snow showers. Sundav night, clearing. Mondav, sunny and worm. Glasgow temps 45 20 52 pop 30 10 Montana temperatures City ' HI Lo Pre Anaconda 51 28 tr Baker M M M Belgrade 52 36 Big Timber 55 29 tr Billings 46 31 .19 Bozeman 54 30 BroaduS 46 34 .01 Butte 55 27 Cut Bonk 45 30 .08 Dillon M Drummond 60 23 Glasgow 43 33 .09 Glendive 45 33 .03 Great Falls 44 30 .13 MolmstromAFB 41 31 .06 Hamilton 62 30 Hardin 41 33 .05 Harlowton 45 29 Havre 46 29 Helena 46 32 Kalispell 53 29 Lewlstown 37 30 .16 Livingston 48 29 .01 Miles City 46 31 tr Missoula 60 28 Plentywood 43 26 .07 Red Lodge 39 23 .38 Roundup M M M W.Yellostn 49 15 Wisdom 45 13 U.S., Canadian temperatures City HI Lo Pre Otlk Albany 65 50 .25 cdv Albuquerque 73 38 clr Amarlllo 71 34 clr Anchorage 33 3 15 m Ashevllle 63 38 1.06 clr Atlanta 68 42 .71 clr Atlantic City 68 53 cdy Austin 82 50 cdy Baltimore 68 61 cdy Birmingham 66 39 .04 clr Bismarck 44 23 cdy Boise 69 36 clr Boston 68 41 cdv Brownsville 87 58 cdv Buffalo 43 37 .03 cdv Burllngton.Vt, 56 44 .38 cdy Calgory 45 29 .01- Casper 38 26 .05 clr Charleston.S.C. 73 62 .04 clr Charleslon,W.Vj7 45 .24 cdy Charlolte.N.C. 66 54 .39 clr Cheyenne 39 27 .03 clr Chlcogo 45 33 .20 cdy Cincinnati 50 36 .15 cdv Cleveland 46 40 .42 cdv Columoia.S.C. 72 54 .73 clr Columbus,Oh. 49 37 .30 cdy Concord.N.H. 60 37 .05 cdy Dallas-Ft Worth78 46 cdv Dayton 47 36 .13 cdy Denver 41 28 clr Des Moines 50 29 .01 cdy Detroit 43 35 .61 cdy Duluth 44 27 cdy Edmonton 40 28 El Paso 63 59 clr rires r --t -.. . , in Friday, 9:57 p.m. possible structure fire, 2101 Vaughn Rd. 11:32 p.m. garbage can fire, 1722 1st Ave. S., alley. Saturday, 2:16 p.m. public serv-' ice call, 1817 6th Ave. N. 5:46 p.m. public service call, 4112 46th St. S. 6:19 p.m. smoke from band-shell, Gibson Park. Pair arrested Police arrested two more adults Friday night in connection with a continuing crackdown on juvenile alcohol consumption. Kenny Karl Lamere, 19, of 1001'2 10th Ave. N. was arrested about 8:23 p.m. Friday and cited for unlawful transactions with minors after he allegedly purchased alcohol and offered it to minors. Edward August Ellsworth, 23, of 1211 7th Ave. S. was arrested about 9:13 p.m. Friday and cited for the same offense. Bail for each was set at $100. accidents Smith, 25, of Charlo was killed in a single-vehicle accident on Montana 212 about two miles southwest of that western Montana community. The patrol said the woman's car was northbound about 1:30 a.m. at an excessive rate of speed when she lost control on a curve. The vehicle left the left side of the highway and Ailed twice, the patrol said. Both Smith and a passenger, Adele Jones, 18, of Charlo were thrown from the vehicle. Jones suffered only minor injuries, the patrol said. .From 1-B ly, Bean said. Tod and Darin's wishes each cost between $2,000 and $2,500, which has been the average in other states, Bean said. Many donations have come from companies that were approached for help, from community fund-raising affairs and from individuals, often anonymously. "We've had some really crazy ones," Bean said. "Officer Gene Starlin was having coffee in a shop in Missoula with some other patrolmen when a lady walked up and handed him a dollar," he recalled. "She wouldn't give her name. She just said, 'No, I don't have very, much money, but this was extra today. " 'I thought some child should have it.' " temperatures today and Monday. High 64. Chance of precipitation is 0 percent Jan, 1 to date this year 1.73 Jan. 1 to date last year 2.81 30-yr. norm t0 date 2 92 Sunrise 5:53 a.m. Sunset 7:03 p.m. Evansvllle 56 43 cdy Fairbanks 31 -11 cdy Fargo 46 23 cdy Flagstaff 68 32 clr Grand Roplds 41 32 .25 cdy Greensboro,N.C66 54 .12 clr Hortford 69 54 cdv Honolulu 79 61 clr Houston 78 51 cdy Indianapolis 48 39 .05 cdv Jockson.Ms. 73 39 clr Jacksonville 72 64 .65 cdv Juneau 46 31 rn Kansas City 54 31 clr Las Vegas 85 54 clr Little Rock 63 46 clr Los Angeles 66 60 cdv Louisville 56 43 .01 cdv Lubbock 76 40 clr Memphis 64 45 cdv Miami Beach 79 72 cdy Midlnd-Odessa 84 54 clr Milwaukee 45 34 .45 cdy Mpls-StPaul 50 32 cdv Nashville 64 42 cdy New Orleans 73 57 .10 clr New York 69 55 .02 cdy 75 67 cdy North Plotte 50 32 clr Oklahoma City 68 46 clr Omaha 51 30 cdy Orlando 80 60 .55 cdv Philadelphia 67 61 .01 cdy Phoenix 90 63 clr Pittsburgh 48 39 .02 sn Portland.Me. 56 37 .02 cdy Portland.Or. 77 41 clr Providence 67 46 cdv Raleigh 70 59 .06 clr Rapid City 38 31 cdy Regina 42 26 .01 Reno 79 40 clr Richmond ' 70 65 cdy Sacramento 72 50 clr St Louis 57 38 .03 Clr St Pete-Tampa 76 67 .27 cdy Solt Lake City 67 42 clr San Antonio 83 46 cdy Son Diego 62 60 cdv San Francisco 62 54 clr Son Juon.P.R. 86 73 clr St Ste Marie 31 28 .52 cdy Seattle 65 39 cdy Shreveport 78 41 clr Sioux Falls 50 23 .01 cdv Spokane 42 31 clr Syracuse 56 44 .10 cdv Tooeka 57 35 .10 clr Tucson 84 50 clr Tulsa 66 41 clr Washington 69 62 cdy Wichita 61 36 clr Wllkes-Barre 57 50 .21 cdy Wllmlngton.De. 72 62 cdy Shooting scene Morris Davis Jr. was found shot to death just house at 1015 inside the sliding glass doors at this vacant attempting to Deathsfunerals Jim Jones James M. "Jim" Jones, 69, Lincoln, a former Great Falls resident and railroad employee, died Friday morning at a local hospital. He was born, raised and educated in Great Falls, graduating from Great Falls High School. He worked for Burlington Northern as a conductor prior to entering the Army in 1946. He served in Japan, and following his discharge in 1948, returned to Great Falls, where he was again employed by the railroad until his retirement in 1976. He married Helen R. Goller in October 1970 in Great Falls. They moved to Lincoln in 1976 after his retirement. He was an accomplished pianist and played in various dance bands in the area. He was an active member of the VFW, also the Elks, Treasure CHOTEAU - BURT, Cora B., 89, died in a Choteau hospital Saturday. Service 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Gorder Funeral Home chapel; interment in the Choteau Cemetery. Born in Rochester, Minn., lived in Hutch-ingson, Minn., and Enderlin, N.D., came to Eastern Montana in 1914. Married John E. Burt in Miles City in 1915. They farmed in the Brockway area until 1937, when they came to Fairfield. They farmed there until 1957, when they retired. They had lived in Choteau since 1958. He died in 1974. Survivors: sons John E. Jr. of Choteau; William C. of Evansville, Wyo., and Robert J. of Selina, Kan.; daughter, Mrs. Laura Lingenfelter of Butte; 10 grandchildren, 28 greatgrandchildren and 10 great-greatgrandchildren. LEWISTOWN - FRICKLE, Branden W., 18 months, died unexpectedly Friday at a Billings hospital. Service 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Creel-Morrison-Retz Chapel in Lewistown; burial in the Lewistown City Cemetery. Born in 1983 in Lewistown to Roger and Jodie Frickle. Survivors: his parents and brothers Jared and Travis, all of Lewistown; maternal grandparents Bud and Bev Knerr of Lewistown and paternal grandparents William and Mary Frickle of Hardin; great-grandmothers Bea Knerr of Lewistown and Myrtle Kill-ham of Danvers, Mont. EUREKA RICH, George "Shorty," 75, died Friday at a White-fish hospital. Service 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Eureka; burial in the Tobacco Valley Cemetery. Vial Funeral Home. Born in Eureka, raised and educated here. Farmed and worked in the Christmas tree industry. Married Alenath Pay-ton in 1946 at Kalispell, they moved to Rexford, where he worked for the town of Rexford as well as for several lumber mills in the area. Survivors: his wife; daughter Carolyn Pfrimmer of Whitefish; sons Kenneth Payton of Sacramento, Calif.; Donald Payton of Reno, Nev., and Richard Payton of Rexford; sister Jaunita Butts of Eureka; 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. POPLAR - MAGNAN, Joshua John, infant son of Lewis and Mary Lou Magnan, died Friday in a Denver hospital. Prayer service 7 p.m. Monday at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Poplar; graveside service 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Poplar City Cemetery. Clayton Memorial Chapel. Born April 3 in Denver. Survivors: his parents of Poplar, brothers Lewis, David and Jonathan of the family home and grandmothers Mrs. Mary Etzel of Denver and Mrs. Hazel Threestars. GLASGOW CROWDER, Elva F., 94, died Wednesday at a Glasgow nursing home. Service 11 a.m. Tuesday at Highland Cemetery in Glasgow. Born in Callaway, Neb., moved to Montana in 1916 and homesteaded at Eight Point. Came to Glascow in 1936, where she had lived since. Married in 1912 to James C. Crowder at Keamey, Neb. Survivors: sons Robert of Glasgow and James of Havre; daughters Reda Ritzman of Kalispell and Bernetha Crawford of Baton Rouge, La.; 10 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. .M-MMUk-f.U . Wfl I Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite Bodies and the Algeria Shrine Temple. He was also a member and served as president of the Lincoln Senior Citizens. He is survived by his wife, Helen, Lincoln, and a brother, Richard Jones, Great Falls. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Lincoln Community Church with Pastor I.M. Nelson officiating. Burial will follow at the Lincoln Cemetery with military honors provided by V.F.W. Post 3369. Services are under the direction of the O'Connor Funeral Home. Warren Kaslo Warren Kaslo, 71, Fairfield, a former member of the U.S. Army Air Corps, died Friday at a local hospital following a long illness. State deaths TOWNSEND CAMPBELL, Jess E., 78, died at a Helena hospital Saturday.Service 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Connor's Mortuary in Townsend; " Burial in the Duck Creek Cemetery. Born in Broadwater County, educated in Broadwater County, married to the former Rose Baum at Helena in 1928. He mined at Garrison, York and Winston and with his brother, Roy, owned and operated a gold mine on Duck Creek in Broadwater County. For a time he also ranched and ran a sawmill. Survivors: his wife; sons Merle of Town-send and Don of Touchet, Wash.; daughter Milly Thormahlen of Town-send; brothers Clarence of St. Ignatius and Roy of Towsend; sisters Goldie White of Townsend, Winifred Walter of Ronan, Fern Knight of White Sulphur Springs and Ruth Peters of Townsend; nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. MALTA - PAULSON, Henry P., 71, died Friday at a Malta hospital. Service 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Adams Funeral Chapel; burial in Malta Cemetery. Born in Malta, married Florence Lodmell in 1935 in Fort Benton. Owned and operated Paulson's Home Appliance in Malta from 1946 to 1966. Also worked for ASCS in Malta, and in Whitehall from 1976 until his retirement in 1982, when he returned to Malta. He was fire chief in Malta from 1963 to 1964. Survivors: his wife; sons Gary Paulson of Billings and Douglas Paulson of Austin, Texas; sisters Rose Storbeck of Malta and Mildred Anderson of New York; seven grandchildren. FORT BENTON PAYNE, Verna, 93, died Friday morning following a lengthy illness. Memorial service 2 p.m. Monday at the Benton Funeral Home; cremation has taken place. Born at Cannon, Wis., and came to Montana in 1908 and lived here a short while before returning to Wisconsin to live with her brothers. Returned to Montana to the Stanford area in about 1910. She and her mother worked in a Stanford hotel. Married Fred Payne at Havre in 1937, and they farmed in the Graceville area, about 30 miles east of Fort Benton, until moving to Fort Benton in 1963. Her husband died in 1971. Survivors: a brother-in-law, William Payne of Fort Benton and a sister-in-law, Grace Brown of Libby, who helped care for her in her later years. KALISPELL SOIY1MER-FIELD, Helen, 59, of Kalispell died Friday morning of natural causes at a Flathead County nursing home. Funeral 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Weatherford Funeral Home in Kalispell; burial at Glacier Memorial Gardens. Born in Ellington Township, Minn., graduated from high school in Wanamingo, Minn., attended Winona State College and graduated with an education degree from Augsburg College. Taught English, Spanish and German in Minnesota schools for four years. In 1952, she married Donald Sommerfield in Wanamingo and they moved to Kalispell in 1966. Survivors: her husband; sons Mike and Dale, both in Kalispell; daughters Cynthia Ellis of Vancouver, Wash., Jane Lihou of Kalispell, Donna Jones of West Glacier, Mary Volkart of Jefferson City, Mo and Patty Gabriel of Missoula; sisters and brothers in Minnesota; eight grandchildren. Tribune Photo 6th Ave. NW Friday night after deliver a pizza. He was born Oct. 18, 1913, in Manhattan. He joined the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1941, served overseas and later at East Base, now Malmstrom AFB, until 1945. On Oct. 27, 1944, he married Pearl A. Mick in Great Falls. Following his discharge, he worked for Consolidated Freight-ways in Great Falls until his retirement in 1973. He moved to Choteau and lived there until December 1984, when he moved to Fairfield. He is survived by his wife. Pearl, Fairfield; two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Gloria) DeRosa, Great Falls, and Mrs. Louis (Jacqueline) Tiede-mann, Hampton, Va.; two sisters, Madeline Skucas, San Diego, Calif., and Lillian Spence, Atlanta, Ga., and four grandsons. No services are planned and cremation has taken place. HUNGRY HORSE - BENDA, Frank J., 73, Hungry Horse, passed away Friday morning at Kalispell Regional Hospital. Service 1 p.m. Monday at Van Leuven Funeral Home in Columbia Falls; burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. Born in Jackson, Minn., moved to Todd County, Minnesota, where he was raised and educated. Graduated from high school in Clarissa, Minn., moved to Montana in 1940 where he worked for Hugh Black in St. Mary. Married Gertrude H. Clausen in 1940 in Cut Bank. He then worked for the Park Service until his retirement in 1978. They moved from West' Glacier to Hungry Horse in 1974. Survivors: his wife; daughter, Mrs. David (Sherri) Cooke of Loma; sister Ann Benda of Whitefish; two grandchildren. "For oxtaHanct in auto body' M CRASH REPAIR Him 1021 15fh St. North Great Fall, Mt. 761-4420 AIL WORK DONE BY OUR SKILLEl-CRAFTSMEN t FUTURE INSCRIPTIONS GUARANTEED SERVING CENTRAL MONTANA rkv J 7 generations of Custom Eye Service Serving Montana for over 50 years Custom made, polishing, revisions ft adjustments HOLIDAY INN, GREAT FALLS APRIL 23 & 24th Beginning at 7:30 a.m. each day Reservation Appt. con be made by Recognized Nat'l Provider for writing P.O. Box 4527, Fresno, Calif. Medicare (3744oryjoWncM564Jj C.JL.!.!.!. I A I.M .'. I .'. I '. I .' I '. I ! 1 .'. I -1 ; 2 rmTiTiTiTrrr 2425-8th AVENUE NORTH 453-7257 EDBERG Memorial services 11:15 o.m. Mondav at St. Joseph's Church for Rolland E. Edberg. 67, 627 13th St. S.W. Cremation. Rosary 7:00 p.m. Sundav In the O'Connor Memorial Chapel. Interment at Hlllcrest Lawn Mausoleum. JONES Services 2:00 P.M. Mondav at the Lincoln Community Church, Lincoln, MT, for James M. "Jim" Jones, 69, Lincoln, formerly of'Great Falls. Pastor I.M. Nelson will officiate. Burial at the Lincoln Cemetery with Military Honors by V.F.W. Post 3369. Viewing at the church from noon to service time Monday. Memorials to the American Cancer Society are suggested. Visitation Easter Sundav from 1:00 to 9:00 P.M. vr i WSFuneral Directorial leiepnone 4Oc-45j-0Ji5 DAVIS Services for Morris V. Dovls Jr. 23, of 3619 5th Ave North are pending and will be announced when completed. ANDERSON Services for Arthur Anderson were held April 4th. Two sisters survive Mr. Anderson. Thev are Mable Todd and Sophie Skelton bath of Great Foils. VISITATION HOURS ON EASTER SUNDAY WILL BE FROM 6 to p.m. ONLY. W here friendship dwells and proves itself ll 1307 CENTRAL AVE. f E3GREAT FALLS. MONTANA jFT- 59401 Chapel r"3 31 4t- of ChimCS funeral 1119 13ft Si Sou, GmH hOffit KLEIN No services are planned for Frank R Klein, 71, of Power, MontanarCremation has taken place. KASLO No services are planned for Warren Kaslo, 71, of Fairfield, Montana. Cremation has taken place. REBUILT ENGINES LI 5tu inaivMi Popular Makes CARL WEISSMAN I SONS, INC. 218 4th St. South 406-761-4648 1-800-333-5964 WHEN IN GREAT FALLS STAY AT Fox Hollow n : j . t iicsiucuue mil Fully Furnished Lodging Dally Maid Service Completely Equipped Kitchens Beautiful 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms Come Take A Look! 1700 10th St. S.W. (behind Heritage Inn (406) 727-0702 IMCROXFORD & SONsCLm PCI &lSt&eM n NT .!..I..!..!.1.!.J.'. I .! I .' I .!,J..!..1.!X!JL!JLL; In loving memory of ELBER R. (AL) MORRIS Who paiiod away two yon ago, but who didn't go alone for port of tfl wont with him tho day God took him homo. Wo fool so richly blossod our Lord grontod us tho privilege of having loch a ipoctol, groat wonderful man for o door hut-bond, loving father, grandfather, brother and undo. You ore not forgotten loved one, nor will you ever be. At long at life and memory last wo wiH remember thee. We mist you now, our hearts ore tore, at time goes by we'H miss you more. Your loving smile, your gerttie face, no one can fill your vacant spoce. We love you with all our hearts. Mn. Al Morris and Family irriTivivivivivrrr-riviviviviviviviviH

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