The Billings Gazette from Billings, Montana on December 7, 1962 · 11
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The Billings Gazette from Billings, Montana · 11

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Friday, December 7, 1962
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Announcements Time to order your personalized Christmas cards. Several albums to choose from. HOPPERS Billings Floral Lake Elmo Drive & Evergreen Center. Adv. . Used'em, enjoyed'em, kept'em nice-Lionel tr., Jr Planetarium print set, doll buggy, tovs, erector set, 320 Wyo. 245-5924. Adv. FLOWERS-Call Volly and Jo Hopper. VoDy's Downtown Florists. Northern Hotel Bldg. Ph. 245-7000.-Adv. "Quality Makes the Difference" Colonial Cleaners. 210 5th St. W. -Adv. '; Fresh Flowers; Gainan's Floral 501 N. 30th.. Ph. 245-5149.-Adv ' Dr. John Low has returned to his office, Adv. ; NOTICE: Our ONLY Business locations are 524 Lake Elmo Drive and Evergreen Shopping Center. These are Joe Hopper's ONLY Flower Shops. Hoppers Billings Floral. Adv. fHicfielolfi-Saiuijers NO! AldMMa riMM 2524417 Mtthwy Pariuog Adjactnl SWITZER Robert Switzer, age 12, son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Switzer, 1710 Mariposa Lane. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Michelotti-Saw-yers Mortuary with Dr. Vera Iy. Klingman, First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Should friends desire memorials may be made to the Building Fund of the First . Methodist Church. ronnrnip Funeral Home Established in 1896 QUENZER Funeral services for Fred George Quenzer will be held at the Calvary Baptist Church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The remains will then be taken to Plevna for graveside services in the Plevna Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3:30. ALLEN Requiem Mass for James Gilbert Allen yill be celebrated at the Church of the Little Flower Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary will be recited at Smith's Chapel Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. DAHL-BROWN Billing Funeral Servict i Phone 248-8807 10 Yellowstone Avt. I PANGBURN Funeral serv ices for Leo Pangburn, 58, of 16 S. 27th St., are pending at the Dahl-Brown Funeral Chapel. Settergren-Carey Funeral Homi Sine 1906 Phone 252-2888 BONILLA Mr. and Mrs. Clemente Bonilla of 3205 Montana Ave. Requiem High Mass will be sung at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Monday at 9 a.m. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Settergren-Carey Funeral Chapel. JOHNSON Jacob Johnson of 939 N. 30. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Settergren-Carey Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Jack T. Nitz of Messiah Lutheran Church officiating. Interment will be in Mountview Cemetery. FAY Maude Fay, of 504 N. 21, widow of Frank Fay. Mrs. Fay will lie in state at the Settergren - Carey Funeral Home from 12 p.m. Sunday to 1 p.m. Monday. Private funeral services for the family will be conducted Monday at 1:30 p.m. Interment will be in Mountview Cemetery. Announcement Rote ' 50c per line. 0o pet line lot furtliei consecutive insertions same copy For Cards ol Thanks 30c par line 35 letters and "paces oer line Capital letters count double Pot announcement call 245-3071. Ext 71 Deadline 4:00 p.m day before eicepl Saturday Satarda? deadline p.m Penney's Will Be Closed Saturday Until 1 p.m. in respect- to the memory of ROBERT SWITZER Son of our manager Frank Switzer ohiSuMGS'nQ Jacob Johnson Dies at Home Jacob Johnson, 79, retired rancher, died at his home at 939 , N. 30th St Friday following a stroke. He had been a resident of I Billings since 1944. i He was born Jan. 8, 1883, in Sogendal, Norway, and came to this country in 1900 to settle near Big Timber. He operated a ranch there until his retirement in 1943. He married Tina Ueland in Billings on March 20. 1916. His widow survives. Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ashley Vezey, Moore; a sister in Norway, and three grandchildren. The Kev. Jack Nitz, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church, will officiate at rites in the Setter-gren-Carey Funeral Home at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Mountview Cemetery. Switzer Funeral Rites Scheduled Saturday Funeral services for Robert Switzer, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Switzer of 1710 Mariposa Lane, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Michelotti-Saw-yers Mortuary chapel. The boy, a Lewis & Clark Junior High School seventh grader, was killed almost instantly Wednesday night in a car-bicycle' accident within a half block of his home on 17th St, W. The Rev. Vera L. Klingman, pastor of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Mel Boice, Yellowstone County coroner, said Thursday night that he does not plan an inquest, but may call a coroner's jury. The accident victim, who has lived in Billings almost three years, is survived by his parents, two sisters and his brother. Mrs. Lamach, 84, Big Timber, Dies BIG TIMBER Mrs. Mary Pravda Lamach, 84, long-time Big Timber resident, died Wednesday night in the home of her son, George Lamach. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Lowry Fu- ! np-nl Hnmp Thp Rev. W F. Clingman of the Evangelical United Brethren Church will officiate. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mrs. Lamach was born April 30, 1878, in Bohemia. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pravda, brought her to the United States when she was 4. She was married to John W. Lamach April 2, 1900 in North Dakota. They moved from North Dakota to a farm near Alexandria, Minn., in 1909. They came to Ryegate in 1913 and homesteaded in Sweet Grass County in 1917. They ranched until 1940, when they moved into Big Timber. Mr. Lamach died in Big Timber in 1951. . Surviving are nine sons, Charley and George of Big Timber, John of Billings, Ted of Mullan, Idaho, Joseph of Missoula, Gene of Three Forks, Pat and Mike of Casper and Eli of Sparks, Nev.; three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Drivdahl of Big Timber, Mrs. Laura Steele of Missoula and Mrs. Elda Walker of Seattle; 25 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. NEUROSURGEON DIES NEW YORK (UPI) - Dr. Israel S. Wechsler, 76, former president of the American Neurological Association and the New York Neurological Society, died Thursday at Mount Sinai Hospital. i EXECUTIVE SUCCUMBS NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (UPI) George S. Sackett, 66, former treasurer of Recordak Corp. of New York, an Eastman Kodak subsidiary, died after a long illness Wednesday. Announcements SQUARE DANCE Beginners class will start with a free dance Jan. 12 at Ray's Barn. Plan now to gather your friends & join this group. Ray & Faith Koch, instrs. For info. Ph. 245-3467. Adv. Dr. James N. McBride, Op tometrist, in attendance at American Academy Of Optometry Educational Seminar, will return to his office Wed., Dec. 12. Office will remain open. Adv. Rummage sale Girl Scout Troop 189, Fri. eve. 7 to 9 & all day Sat. 25th & Mont. Adv. S Mrs. Case Dies In California City Mrs. Patricia A. Case, 19, of Venice, Calif., daughter of James B. Harris of 2080 Bench Blvd., died of cancer in California. . Rosary was recited and requi em mass celebrated Wednesday at St. Mark's Catholic Church in Venice. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs. Case was born in Bremer ton, Wash., and had lived in Venice 12 years. She is survived by a son, Rob ert Allen; her mother, Mrs. Dorothy M. Harris of Venice; father and stepmother; a brother, David C. Harris of Venice and a maternal grandmother, Mrs. Polly V. Markussen of Bremerton, Wash. Mrs. Fay, 81, Dies In Nursing Home Mrs. Maude C. Fav. 81. nf aw N. 31st St., Billings resident since 1928, died of infirmities of age at 3:45 p.m. Thursday in a Rillinps nursing home. She had lived in nursing nomes tor about five years. Funeral services will be at 1:30 P.m. Mondav in thp Spttprtn-pn. Carey Funeral Chapel. Burial will De in Mountview Cemetery. . Mrs. Fay was born May 19, 1881 in RockDort. Mo. Her narents were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Needles. She was married to Will Copas in Missouri in 1902. He died Dec. 25. 1915 in JoDlin. Mo. bhe moved to the Black Hills area of South Dakota in 1918. She was married to Frank Fay July 18. 1926 in Hot SDrines. S.D. Thev came to Billings in 1928. Mr. Fay cuea in Billings Dec. 25, 1958. ' Surviving Mrs. Fay are two sons. Wayne Copas of Soearfish. S.D., and Scott Copas of Lead, t.u.; ner daughter, Mrs. Kather-ine Cole of 504 N. 21st St.; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. EX ICC MEMBER DIES . MONTGOMERY. Ala. (UPI) - J. Haden Alldredge, 75, former member of the . Interstate Com merce Commission, (ICC), died Wednesday. MINISTER DIES PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - The Rev. Dr. Robert R. Litell, 90, a Presbyterian minister for 55 years, died Wednesday. Youngsters Can Help Trim Library Tree Youngsters can trim the library Christmas tree at a 10:30 a.m. Saturday party in the children's room. Mrs. Mary Schmiedeskamp, Parmly Billings Library children's librarian, said children from 3 to 12 years should bring a cutout snowflake for the Christmas tree. Bookmark prizes will be given for the most unusual, loveliest, largest and smallest snowflakes. Judges will be members of the library staff and children will have refreshments. Five Firms Register To Sell Securities HELENA (AP) - Five more firms have been registered in Montana to sell securities. The investment commissioner's office listed them as: Life Insurance Investors, Inc., Nashville, Tenn .; Edwin L. Wiegand Co.. Pittsburgh, Pa.; Colony Growth Plans, Boston, Mass.; Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D. C, and Oppenheimer Systematic Capital Accumulation Program, New York City. eeZ- FREE Ideal Kiddie Show at the FOX THEATRE Saturday, Dec. 8-12 NOON RANDOLPH SCOTT vT HCIIMI Lt, : flftl ifftai-TiUlll I a- CLIPPED WINGS Russian IL28 jet bombers rest in their crates aboard the Soviet ship Krasnograd. The bombers were part of 42 that the defense department has reported leaving Cuba. Krasno Wintry Blasts Club (Continued From Page 1.) Electric Illuminating Co. said the 117-square mile area it serviced is "a pretty bad mess." ' Some 30,000 customers of the utility were without electric service, many since Thursday night, when lines coated with snow and ice snapped in high winds. Hundreds of additional workers were called in for emergency duty on utility work. West Virginia Hit Drifts of up to 20 feet piled up in the Flat Top Mountain section of West Virginia and up to 18 feet in the area around Blackwater Falls State Park. Snow continued falling in West Virginia. The fall measured 14 inches at Elkins at midmorning, seven inches at Charleston and Bluefield and five inches at Mor-gantown. Sixteen inches of snow was reported in Garrett County, at the western edge of Maryland. Powerful winds caused near-blizzard conditions. Some 95 per cent of the roads in the county were closed by drifting snow. Schools were shut in three western Maryland counties because of the snow. Along the Eastern Shore of Chesapeake Bay, some schools were closed because of high water about three feet above normal. Turnpike Closed At Bradford, Pa., 13 inches of snow lay on the ground and winds Tim Removes (Continued From Page 1.) license, plate he could stand in line too." Some Intercity Rivalry Ellingson said there's somei friendly intra-city rivalry involved in low number collecting. One Charles Orr, a Laurel man, is the current champ and has gotten the No. 1 license the last two times plates were issued. "I sure did want to beat him this year," Ellingson said. Mrs. Michunovich later said she'd promised the No. 1 tag to Babcock and that was that. Ellingson will probably get up early next Jan. 2, anyway. And he refuses to say what time he plans to reach the courthouse. That, he says, is a low numbered license collector's very personal secret. 8 STATEOIJ :.ri. cuuon NANCY GATES t n up to 60 m.p.h. piled up drifts everywhere. The Pennsylvania Turn-Dike was dosed for 160 milrs bp- cause of drifting snow and high winds. Huge drifts were reported piling up throughout the Appalachians area. Sections of Michigan received up to 12 inches of snow. Up to eight inches fell in the Upper Peninsula. Drifts up to five feet stalled vehicles and forced closing of some 3C" schools. More than a foot nf snow hit Olean, N.Y. Many schools in the section were closed and traffic slowed. The snowfall in Indiana ranged up to eight inches, mostly across the northern portion of the state. Ten inches of snnw fpii at Now. found Gap in the Smoky Moun tains ot lennessee. Lesser falls were reported in Kentucky nnrl Virginia. The coldest reading of the day was -4 at Bemidji. Minn. The lowest reading in the South was 22 degrees at Tallahassee, Fla. Many jJ9Wrf,!!P Regular $29.50 Value! Illuminated life-like Santa. Full round for indoor or outdoor use. Stands 63 inches high! Complete with sturdy base and 110 volt U.L approved cord set. Available Only at . AW ' K f etHNOSILITt liSL EASY TERMS No Payments Due Until March! STOP IN NOW AT . . . a i 1 109 N. 27th r grad, heading east about 110 miles from Havana, carried 15 of the planes, some in crates and some wrapped in heavy canvas. Unifax. Lewistown Men Fined In Gambling Cases LEWISTOWN J. M. Gies of the Midway and James C. Sparks of the Glacier Tavern, entered pleas of guilty to charges of operating gambling devices in district court and Judge LeRoy McKin-non fined each of them $200. The case stemmed from "visits' to three taverns last month by county attorney and sheriff's officers in which punchboards were seized. Another tavern involved was the Mint. The tavern owner, Harry Pasley, has not appeared. He has posted $300 bond. other sections of Florida reported temperatures in the 40s. Farmers worked to save early winter vegetable from ruin. Asheville, N.C., reported a reading of 20 degrees. Atlanta had 22. Jacksonville, Fla., 35; Mobile, Ala., 37; Miami 50 and Key West, Fla., 60. I'm yours . . . $ with the purchase of any major appliance! STORES ALL ir s fN i"A f hmmsmIm WASHERS DRYERS DISHWASHERS RANGES REFRIGERATORS fiJLJL WsW 252-3886 vTIif EUlhuja (Sazrtt Soviet Troops Preparing Foris, Airfields in Cuba NEW YORK (AP) - Soviet troops In Cuba are reported engaged in the construction of underground fortifications and additional airfields throughout the Island, the New York Times said Friday. A Washington dispatch by Tad Szulc said "A detailed report on these activities, dated Nov. 29. Bragg (Continued From Page 1.) of mother who's asked the Family Welfare Service to help make this Christmas a good one for her four children. A food basket, of course. Toys, perhaps, for the 4-year-old and the one who s 12. While they're here, the mother feels, she wants to do what she can for them because after Christmas they go back home to their father. Home for Christmas, you hear people saying and you feci four children wondering where home Is. Think about the day for a moment. , Think what kind of day it will be for a grandmother and a grandfather who have asked for a basket of food and toys. Toys for a 5-year-old boy. Toys for a girl, just a year old. And you wonder but you don't ask because you know there's no way in the world even during the magic time of Christmas you can take a mother and a father and put them in a basket or in a stocking and have them there for a little boy and girl on Christmas morning. Merry Christmas, say the lights and the windows and the signs and the smiles and the chill in the air, Merry Christmas. And you look at the white cards and at the yellow sheets of paper but if the words are echoed there you can't hear them. Not yet, anyway. Multilith Reproductions Veritas Copieri Rubber Stomps Buiineu Cards Office Reproduction! HAGENS LETTER SHOP 111 No. )0 Strtti . for only w 1962 Give HER the GIFT that keeps on giving easier, better living for many years to come. Select here the gifts with the picsr rururei fniay, December 7, 1962 1 1 Erratag fdittoa I I was received from Havana through anti-Castro intelligence channels." adding: "The report j stressed that while some Soviet military camps had been closed, ' all indications were that many So-jviet units and advisers remained in Cuba." Noting that President Kennedy said he had been informed by Moscow that Soviet combat troops in Cuba also would be removed, the Times said 'The number of such troops is now believed to be between 5,000 and 10,000 men." The report suggested, lie story said, that the Russians are concentrating on aiding Cuban forces "to redeploy and improve thefj defenses along the lines of conventional armaments. The newspaper said the report .quotes "high officers" of the Cu- L. n - L. : . -: J .1 A I "the majority of Soviet military technicians will not leave Cuba. Miles City Library To Receive Award NEW YORK The Carnegil Public Library at Miles City, Mont., and the Teton County brary at Jackson, Wyo., were among libraries in 38 states receiving $1,000 state awards FrK day from the Book-of the-Month Club Library Awards. Official presentation will be made AprJ 21, first Sunday of National Library Meet. The winning small town library for each state was selected on thfc basis of records of achievement.? p m K h f Phont 248-6700 fj x. Louis Volk 1328 Ate. C, Killings . Stott (on Lift Inwraact Ca. a Stora Form hrt end Casualty Ce. State Farm Mutual Automobilt Insurants CeC HOMi OFFICE 4L00MINGT0N, ILLINOIS LIFE-SIZE SANTA - 4sw . m 1 y--ry ,- .. . hap- "ts-ii-- 1 1 5 -. 'siias

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