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The Independent Record, Helena, Montana, Friday, January 29, Capital City News in Brief Vital Statistics Marriage License Applications Donald Dean Smith, 19. Helena, and Maureen Elaine McMillan, 19, Helena, Paul Frederick Hamper, 19, Helena, and. Diane Hopkins, 19, Helena, David John Salminen, IB, Helena, and Baker, 10, Helena, W. John Willier, 23, Helena, and Dilla Joan Williams, 27, Helena. Donald Leonard Johnson, 22, Helena, and Penny Lou Borg, 18, Helena, Birth, Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Villonc, 1702. Joslyn, daughter, Jan. 28, St. John's Hospital-Deaths Eva Grant Wallace, 81, or 428 Towei', Jan.

29, St. l'eter's Hos pital. Dr. Emerson McVey, 53, of 520 Monroe, in Helena. Amy Catherine Smith, infant Jan.

29, si, Peter's Hospital. Divorces Patricia Barbara Frey from Itobert Henry rey. Payne W. Danielson from mer Uaniulson. Donald A.

Martin from Jean Marlin, 3nbtpenbml Kttoti Published weekday (except Saturday) afternoons and Sunday mornine; by The Independent Record, member of Lee Newspapers ot Montana, Inc. Entered as second class matter at the pest office In Helena, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fail to receive your copy of The Independent Hecord from your carrier DIAL 442.1190 Weekdays before p.m. Sundays before a.m. XahaerliiSttti Dolly (except fiulucday) and Sunday, by 1 1 I per Daily (except Uftturdr.y) and Bujmay by mall, out of Montana the United Stateal Dally (except Saturday) and Sunday, by milf. (n oloo- slr months Thru monlns ETZ 31 Eoil Slxlh Avonuo PHONE 442-1550 HELENA, MONTANA WILLARD, John aged 80, of Augusta, Funeral services at A iigusla Community Church 1 p.m.

Saturday, Jan, an, with the Rev, Stuart Fi'ane officiating. Cremation services at Hillcrest Lawn Memorial, Great Falls. Family prefers memorials lo the Heart or Cancer Funds- McVEY, Dr. E. K.

aged S3 of 520 Monroe. Funeral services Saturday, January 30, al 4 p.m. al St. Peter's Pro-Cathc-flral Church, with Dean Charles A. Wilson officiating.

Interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, LeRoy, Illinois. HAGLER Mortuary Phone 442-8520 650 Logan St. WALLACE, Mrs. Eva Grant, aged 81, of 428 Power. Chapel services 2 p.m.

Monday, February 1, with Hcv, Lewis M. Harra officiating. Eastern filar services by Miriam Chapter No. I.OKS. Interment will be in Forcstvale Cemetery.

SCOTT, John aged 64, of Kalispell, Montana, Chapel services 11 a.m. Tuesday, February 2, with Chaplain if. M. Waldron officiating. The body will be forwarded to Custer Battlefield National Ceme tery interment.

Persons to donate items to the March of Dimes campaign auction to be held Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. in the Bell Room of the Telephone Company, are urged to contact Mrs. Jay Diamond, March of Dimes campaign chairman, at 442-4779. The Picture of man we see in today's novels and and the world around us seems far removed from the Bible de scription of man made "in the image of Why? How can the picture be changed? Listen to radio station KBLL Sunday at a.m. to "What Is Your View of Adv.

There will be a horseshoe pitching practice at the Eagles Lodge horseshoe courts Sunday afternoon and night unlil a p.m., Arnold Storlie, cburl director, announced today. 40 flavors ice cream and sher bet. Dairyland, 350 N. Jackson. wn It a.m.

to 10 p.m Adv. Eagles and guests dance to Tiny Stokes Musk i Adv. Free Gold Slrike Stamps for successful moving proipecls. He) cna Transfer. Ph.

Adv Little Flower Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will receive Cor porate Communion at 9 a.m., Sun day at St. Mary's Church, A food shower for sisters of St. Mary's will be at the convent after the mass. L. Cafe, located on old Falls hiway, fealurlng spa ghcttf.

Closed Sun. and Adv. For Unfurnished 2-bed room house. $7(1 per month. 510 Breckcnridge.

Adv, New in Helena, Ph, 4424523. Viola Ulberg, Welcome Wagon Adv. Jim's Radio and TV, call 'til 9 for guaranteed TV repair, Adv. Belmont Ski Club To Send Racers To National Meet Belmont Ski Club is readying its junior ski team for entry in National Junior Champion ships to be held in late March Harry Hcinig, club president announced today. ni'hncn: Ski Club sponsors an active junior skiing instruction program for beginners through racing classes, and enters teams of racers in all major meets in the state.

To defray coils- of sending the junior skiers to the national com petition, club members will hold baked eoods sale Saturday at two locations, according to Mrs Don Hazier, sale cnairman. The sale will feature bakine of the women members of the ski club. Mrs. Haglcr urged members get their donations early to the sale sites at McDonald's and Western Drug. Smith Infant Dies; Rites Set Saturday Amy Catherine Smith, infant daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Tucker William Smith of Route died today, shortly after her birth in St. Peter's Hospital. In addition to her parents the infant is survived by a brother, Troy Christopher Smith, maternal grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. August Toro of Pmcdale, and paternal grandparents, Dr.

and Mrs. Howard Smilh of Pinedale. Graveside services will be con-icted Saturday morning at Sun set Memorial Gardens with (lie Very Rev. Charles A. Wilson.

Dean of St. Tetcr's Pro-Cathedral officiating. Reli Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Duplicate Bridge Thursday Afternoon Club In a regular session of the Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club at the Montana Club, five tables played 27 boards of Howell Move ment. Winners were Mrs.

James Harrison and Mrs. Earl Moritz, first; flirs. Paul Williams and Mrs. Bradley Reynolds, second; Mrs. EmmeU Kogarly and Mrs.

E. H. Cowan, third; Mrs. Lynn Park and Mrs. James Reardon, fourth, Junior Duplicate Club In a regular session of the Junior Duplicate Bridge Club, last night at the Elks, five tables played 27 boards of Howell Movement, Winners were Mrs.

F. Coffey and Mrs. Stanley Sykowski. first; Gus Swanson and Frank Pippcy, second; Mrs. 0-.

Wcdgewood and Mrc. Joe Hurst, third; Mrs. R. Gumringcr Mrs, A. Willelt, fourth.

Salty Frrclnllathn tannar? Jan. IB, IMS Amount II houra ending last mld- nonth to date January 1 te data. H-year I Mrs, Clyde Jabin will read a rmon on "Concept of Man," I written by the Rev, Fred I. Cairs, moni3ter of the First Unitarian Society of Madison, Sunday at the meeting of We Helena Unitarian Universalis! Fellowship in the Home Building and Loan Assembly Room, The meeting is open to the pub lic. Helena music teachers will meet at 11:45 a.ui, Saturday in the Placer Hotel for a no-host luncheon.

Charles Payne and Henry Campbell of the music1 school at Montana Slate College In Boieman will conduct a workshop following the luncheon. Teachers are asked lo bring materials, according to Jean Crockett, secretary. Legislators and wives are in-led lo dinner at 1:30, Jun. 31 at the 4-H Community Center lo discuss Legislative issues. Minimum charge per family.

Spon. by the Clasoil Farmers Union Adv. nod, Morning Judge! The following persons svore fined on charges in Judge Clarence Hanley's City Police Court: Lau rence Barbour, Jr, Westminster, speeding 51 miles hour a 30 m.p.h, zone; Donald Johnson, 422 Hayes, $20 (or careless driving (drag racing at a high rate of speed on Park), hnvlf Mi'Cuii'l- Homes, $15 for failure lo yield the right of way and becoming involved in nn accident. Green Thumb Special Long stemmed daffodils a bunch Adv. Patricia Barbara Frey has been granted a divorce from Robert Henry Frey, She charged extreme cruelly.

Other divorces have been granted in district court to Fayne W. Danielson from Elmer Daniel son and to Donaid A. Marlin from Joan it. Martin, The Teenage Republicans Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Pow Wow Room of the Western Life Building.

Attention Annual Charity 1 Ball, Saturday, Jan. Adv the Fire? Gusty winds were held responsible Thursday night for tipping over a propane heater and causing a dozen or more canvas tarps catch fire at a construction silo at Carroll College. The fire was reported at p.m. Montana Allotted $76 Million in Federal Funds More than million was allotted Montana last year i federal funds for programs ni ministered hy the U.S. Depav ment of Health, Fldncation, and Welfare, Dr.

William T. Van Ovman, acting regional director of the Department ol Health Education and Welfare, an nounced. The expenditures are for social security, assistance, health. slate. education programs in Hie Expenditures for the programs were $9,172,900 for family ice; $59,800,000 for social security, $485,049 for vocational re habilitation, $574,559 for chil dren's services, for.

public health, 51,110,811 for sur plus properly, anil 54,608,374 for various educational programs. Helena Finance Firm Files Suit Local Finance Co. of Helena has filed suit against Cornelius Harrcll and Mildred II, liar roll for payment of a note. In the complaint tiled in district court the plaintiff alleges the llarrells owe $1,195.20 principal interest on a loan. In another civil action Angela T.

Kelly has filed a $10,180 sui against J. M. McDonald Co. Helena for payment of Injuries and personal damages she alleges she suffered in. a fall at the firm store.

According to the complaint, the Kelly woman (ell "headlong' down a. flight of stairs connecting the ground Iloor of the store and its basement Feb. 27, 1964, receiving bruises, abrasions and lacerations of the leg and body. Probate Matters Final distribution of Ihe estate of Elizabeth Greiner has heen ordered In district court. The estate has A clear markcl value of $39,006 and names Albert W.

Greiner, husband, and William L. Greiner, son, as heirs. Gladys E. Lipp and Gertrude Wagner, daughters, have been named as beneficiaries in an order final dislribution of the estate of James W. Marks.

The estate has a clear market of $2,200. EI.KS CHARITY BALL The ballroom of the Elks Temple has been attractively decorated by members of the Klks Drum and UuRlp Corps lor the esth annual charity ball to be staged LBJ Improving Steadily In His Battle With Cold Wa5hinglon President Johnson was described today as showing steady improvement in Eva Wallace, 81 Weil-Known Resident, Dies Eva Grant Wallace, 81, of 428' Power, well-known Helena matron, died this morning at St. Peter's Hospital, following a brief illness. Mrs. Wallace was born Sr-pt.

1, 1883 in Buchanan Counly. Iowa, near the community of Indcpen deuce. ShB received her education in Independence and for a few years taught school in Iowa. sin married to Raymond lire 111 and in the same year the couple came to Helena. Mr.

Grant was prominent building materials specialist in ilelcna for many years. He died in 1941. Following her marriage to Christopher Wallace of Spokane, Sirs. Wallace resided for 17 years in the Washington eil She returned to Helena in 19( after the death nf Mr. Wallace.

tn Spokane she was affiliated with Ihc Manila Presbyterian Church and the Daughters of I In Nile. JJuring her residence there she retained membership in Miri am Chapter No. 1, Order ol the Eastern Star in Helena. A long time member of the First Presby tcrian Church here, Mrs. Wallace was affiliated with Circle No.

5. of the Presbyterian Women's Service. She is survived hy a daughter Mrs. T.eo fHelcn) Kottas and grandchildren, Wendy, Kim, Kevin, and Scott Kotlas, all of Helena; four grandchildren in Spo kane; four ncices, Mrs. Karl Trumbauer, Mrs.

Norman Hosenc and Mrs. Charles Hchawu, of Independence and Mrs, Frank Lee of La. She was pre ceded in death by her parents and two brothers. Bert. J.

Lord and Henry A. Lord. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in Haglcr Mortuary Chapel, with llic Rev. Lewis llarro of the First Prcsbylciian Church olficialing.

Memorial scrv iees will he conducted by olficcrs ol Miriam Chapter Nn. OES. Interment be in Forestvalc Cemetery. Complexion Beauty The secret of beantlfyinf the complexion is said to lie in the saturation of the skin with a new lype of Irnpical moist oil. The skin takes on an immediate healthy bloom as the tiny lines and blemishes ore gently smoothed away.

This saturation treatment with the moist oil of olay is rceom- usc as a powder base to give the complexion day-long beauty, Your druggist will help you lo obtain a little for your personal needs. Margaret Merril Snlurdaj- beginning at 9 p.m. Proceeds from (he social event support various l-llks I.urtgc charities and community service activities. his campaign to shako off a cold, But he was on a light schedule arid slicking lo Hie living quarters! of the White House, He scheduled one appuiiilmcnt, the executive mansion rather than his office, It was with George Meany, president of the AF1, CIO; and Andrew Biemillcr, leg- islntivc counsel of Ihc labor or ganization. Discuss Pending Mallei's White House press sccrelarv George E.

Reedy said this meeting was to discuss pending legislative mailers, probably including manpower, retraining and repeal of a section of the Tall-Hartley law sanctioning slate right-to-work laws. Reedy said the President was still in bed around 10:30, stilt had slight cough and "something a running nose." Ho said the President plans to FILLS VACANCY Beh Carroll, formerly with a local television netwnrk, has been hired hy the Montana Fish and Game Department to fill nn "education assistant" posilion vacant since last fall. Carroll pin-diicc movie sliorls and features depicting I lie department's management programs. Woman Reports Stolen Clothes Lnveine McKay, 50-1 Spring reported to Helena police $5D woiih of clolhing hart been stolen from her car Thursday afternoon. The stolen articles include a new suit of gray work clothes, blnek and white pants an top, lavender cotton shirt, knit suit, brown jumper, while blouse, and baby elothes.

spend the weekend at the White Hnuse, and he knows ol no con sidoratinn that Johnson might be giving to going somewhere will: a warmer climate for further convalescence. Visited Office Johnson visited his office Thursday for the first lime since he came down with the cold that sent him lo the hospital ucurly week ago, But even when remain itig in his living quarters ho has been getting in some paper work today. Ho announced the pm motion of Andrew F. Brimmer from deputy assistant to assistant secretary of commerce for cco- ri if Hairs. issued ocJnm ations on National Poison Proven lion Week and on American Heart Month Red Cross Month.

He sent Senate inations for 126 Ho took it easy Thursday hy doing such things as sending a message lo Longress urging il lo get uusy and do something about (ij tne problems of possioj presidential disability, (2) fillin the vacancy when lliero is no vice president and (3) changing the electoral system lo abolish the electoral college but not electoral votes in Ihc states and piovide for Ihc situation that could-arise if the president-elect, the vice president-elect, or both, died be fore taking office, Reckless Driving Charge Produces $50 Assessment A man identified as Eiwycn Eugene Stallciip, 50 Tower Hill was fined $50 by Justice of Pence Noble Evans on a charge of reek less driving. Stallcup also paid a fine ol Slu on conviction of to have brakes in good work ing order. In another rase Clem Daniel Williams, 173 Henry, had his vehicle and driving permit im pollution oy n.vans in lien ol pay ment ot a $40 tine levied for operating a vehicle in an unsafe condition and exceeding the speed limit. Fines of S10 each were collected from Kent Keith Kushar. 151S Missoula, and Dennis Jon Sasek, 515 Clark, on minor traffic offenses.

Arizona contains tional forests covcrin million acres. There's Been Some CHANGES on your INCOME TAX 6LOCX. S.rvfr. It Ycv'll iTtxr, wairy and rr-ontyl BOTH 0 FEDERAL A Aun STATE SEE 5 gilt nn Lot-out with M0 117 HELENA AVE. PHONE 442-0670 Open 9 to 9, Mondays, thru Saturdays Open Sunday.

12 Noon ta 9 Supreme Court Orders City To Return $7,990 in Taxes The Montana Supreme Court today sustained a judgment by Judge W. Less-ley of Gallatin County ordering the city of Boieman to return $1,990 in special improvement district taxes Bowling Portion Of Y-Lympics Opens Sunday me scvcnlh annual Helena VMCA service club "V'-Lympics competition begins Sunday. At 1 p.m. ai tne capital City Bowl each of the eight Helena civic cluDs will be represented by a bowling team. Individual and club records are kept in the bowling and the Lions hold both of these.

Jun Easby's 630 for hi ec ga lies was set last vear and Ihc Lion's Club total of i'as set in 1MZ. Other events to be conducted before "V'-Lympics night will bt chess and bridge at the YMCA rifle and plslol competition at the Nalional Guard Armory, and the norscshoe tournament at Ihc Ea gles' Hall. Judo Classes Set at YMCA Instruction in indD and liu jilsil will be offered by the YMCA to men and boys 15 years ago and over each Tuesday and Thursday from 7-R p.m. In structor will be Hob Two Teeth who obtained his Black Belt degree in Japan. All men and older boys inter- cstcd arc asked tD be at Ihc YMCA Tuesday at 7 p.m.

for the first class. No class will be held Thursday because of Ihe Y-Lympics, hut will he resumed the Icl-lowing week. A membership in the YMCA is the only requirement to enroll in the class. However, individuals may attend (lie first two classes without joining. Women who are interested in learning jiti jilsu should enroll at the YMCA.

enough women are interested, a class will be started for them, mm scSres Imperial Lanes mote. U1J-JJ7. Ml -JIN; Mel Johnior Inltrml Rtvenit Biavei. SOD; Dodiiers. 3113; (men) Tony Miner, Hi; Ed Bmun, wt; iwomen) Kay Keimauin, IBS.

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Capital City Bowl BCD t'rancls. (H Mil; Gronli (It nadlti) Amr cllr PlUcidl. (mm) 1. Dob DUne.v. til.

513-IBJI; Mcrrli Munilor, CImuU Capital Ford, fllO: by nUBr and Capital Fcjd, ajai; Kllitn CUrdt 313-5U. Gloria oiion. aoi- paid under protest by three prDo-erty owners. Judge Ltssley held thai the cllv did not hive Jurisdiction to create a three-block Improvement district or to assess taxes, During oral argument the Supreme Court last September Ben B. Berg, counwl for the City of Boieman, declared that the lower court ruling was Berg contended lhal more than 40 per cent protests are needed ta invalidate i district.

"The big question," he added, "Is 40 per cent of what?" He said the protestants against the improvement district owned ahout 36 per cent of the area. H. Bollinger, attorney lor the three property owners who paid the lax under protest, claimed the city's resolution of intention was defective. In a unanimoui opinion, written by Associate Justice Wesley Casllcs, the Supreme Court found lhal "since Ihe City of Boieman did not comply with the requirements of the statutes, the judgment Is affirmed." Helena Man Is Found Guilty Of DWI Charge Fred Hooper, 45, 635 Second, was found guilty by a jury Thursday in Judge Clarence Hanley's City Police Court of charges ot driving a motor vehicle while in-loxicaled, having no drivers' license and careless driving. Hooper was fined $100, 525, and $15, respectively, on the four charges.

The $25 fine for having no driver's license was for two separate counts. Hooper was arrested by Helena Police on Oct. 23. 1964, when he was driving his car west on Eleventh. YMCA Events Saturday, Janaarr 1HU B-lo Adranced baton Iwlrllnr- a mlllwoj Intermediate oalon Ivlrilnr io-'ig jo 00,..

Ftsn and above Elasa. Ouli Scnco) Irim-pt-Hnp cImj. lOiM-U i. I irari. and Minnow class.

1S-M nitDn Lwlillna U-UMD 6, irarii jlrli' nth and above airim clajs, Junior and senior blah Adult awlmmlr-it, BtttT handlcrutt claai. run ATlm. 3 Jo-J JO oirly handicraft class. 5-1 Atlult nrlmmlnjc. reirealfcn.

7-i run jTlm. "Graphoanalysis" HANDWRITING TELLS THE TRUTH Learn how ta know yourself, family, friends. Fascinating Class Starts Tuesday February 1 cau lourse m. abel 2019 East Sixth Ave. Phont 442-0287 For Complete Details SQUARE DANCE LOVERS Swing yer partners and dosey-do ARRIVED JUST IN TIME for your Valentine parties ryri embroidered Square I ELE I donee dresiet FULLY LINED 5.97 rurn in cheeked ever ruruLAR LONG SLIM SEAMLESS at your gharris 5.99 lorso panly hose 3.99 1.99 4 54 N.

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