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Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1953, Kalispell, Montana Reclamation Group Seeks More Funds for Western Development RENO Nev The private utilities and public The Association directed that Reclamation Association was record Saturday as favoring and meet expanded appropriations by Congress for electric service in individual gress for legislation eliminating a tetter opportunity to be made to Con and meet expanded needs to complete development of the areas Wests land and water resources In the closing session of the 22nd annual convention nearly 1000 delegates urged suffi cient federal funds be provided to permit the Reclamation Bureau and the Corps of Engineers to con progressive construction pro grains to accomplish this goal de spite current efforts to reduce gov spending Forest Service Funds Asked Congress was also urged to pro vide funds to speed up the Forest program of revegetation restoration range im and physical improve ment of national forests to con Department of Agriculture snow survey programs and to per mil completion by 1970 if possible of standard topographic mapping of the United States federal and state agencies were urged to expand programs of soil and water research to meet dej creasing fertility and productivity i levels on much of the Wests irri gated and dryland areas I Congress was asked to amend the controversial limita tion law to provide flexible acreage limits to be agreed upon for each individual project according to the nature of local problems Delegates unanimously com mended Secretary of Interior Douglas McKay for his declara tion that henceforth generation of hydroelectric power will be re as a byproduct and not the basic aim of reclamation proj ects Seek to Cut Duplication This policy delegates said would give public and private pur chasers and users of power from federal projects more control over their own problems and would at the Bureau of Reclamation Corps of Engineers and Department of Agriculture in planning and carry ing to completion reclamation proj conflicts in powers and duties of ects Christmas Tree Firm Opens Inter Lake News WEST LAKE Wilhelm started Christmas tree op in Elmo Monday when he began buying trees for Western Tree Co He is managing a yard at Elmo and another at Hot Springs Trees this year are much better color than last year and are com ing in steadily according to Wil helm Employed in the Elmo yard are George Frailer Rollins grader Mrs Leona Hawkins Dayton tag ger and Mr and Mrs Duane Gui mond Mrs Donald Hawkins Mr and Mrs Dean Meuli and Sam Wicker all tiers Alta MacDonald Queen at Eureka Inter lake Service EUREKA Alta MacDonald freshman at Lincoln County High School was crowned 1953 Home coming Queen Friday night Miss MacDonald native of Elko j B C was chosen by the students of the high school Other dates for the title were Bright senior class Willene brose junior class and Barbara j Lamey freshman class The queen was crowned at the i annual Homecoming dance by Tom Richardson captain of the Eureka j football team MSU Foundation Elects Officers MISSOULA trustees of the Montana State University Endowment Foundation have been elected i Elected for threeyear terms j were Mrs Kenneth Brown Miles City Marcus Claget T Sanders Billings j trustees who serve j oneyear terms are Dr Carl Mc Farland MSU president Kenneth C Duff of Missoula immediate past president of the Alumni Asso and Dale Galles of Bil lings Association president Charles Goodnight who was destined to become one of the greatest ranch owners in the West blazed the first cattle trail through New Mexico in 1886 SMART MOVE Theyll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo THE CTty HERE IS EAR PRICES MERE YOURE MOT TO EAT CLICKING SOON TO EAT IN A FDR MX LISTENING PERFECT EXCEPT A JUKE BOX THAT BLASTS YOU OF THE HAT Of Missoula Woman Lower Valley Livestock Club Has Achievement Night Hunting Victim MISSOULA Francis Bischert 20 was recovering today Lower Valley Livestock Clu from a bullet wound in the chest held Us annual achievement nigh suffered while she was hunting in the Upper Blackfoot country Iat the Lower Grange Ha Thursday night The attending physician said she James Yocum assistant count was recovering satisfactorily He agent issued record books an 2 THE INTER LAKE Sunday October 18 1953 Pleads Guilty said she was unable to use her left forearm and hand indicating nerve must have been severed It was reported that Mrs Bisch checks to club members Mr an Mrs Frank Corin received pins fo leadership Pat Siderius achieve ment and poultry project Dav ert saw the hunter who fired work in tractor main shot as well as a young deer he tenance Don Blasdel three pins was shooting at However she i achievement leadership and farm fire The hunter has not been iden also won a trip to Chicago to a tend the National Club Con gress for his outstanding record 11 years of club work Each of the club members pre First aid centers to care for in jured motorists manned by ed personnel have been opened a 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