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Bemidji Pioneer (Newspaper) - December 26, 1974, Bemidji, Minnesota The Pioneer, BernWjl, Minnesota Thursday. December 2t, 1174 The Pioneer Calendar of Events NOTE :For spatial reasons, items win oe published fii the :l Calender of Events two days prior and on the day that they occur. Friday's calender will extend through Monday, however, ;and Saturday's cover until Tuesday, space permitting. DEC. 26 j 8 p.m. The Women of the Moose will meet at Moose Home on iDec. 26. There will be balloting on new candidates board will meet at p.m. Lunch will be all members are urged to attend. SATURDAY, DEC. 28 p.m. Open installation of Job's Daughters of Bethel No. 5 at the Masonic Temple. Mary Stinson, honored queen elect; reception afterwards. Area funerals HOWARD LEIGH MCLEOD The funeral for Howard Leigh McLeod has been set for p.m. on Monday at the Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home. The Rev. Robert Villwock will officiate with interment in Greenwood Cemetery in Bemidji. MRS. RICHARD (MABEL) MOLASH Mrs. Richard (Mabel AJ Molash, 65, of Rt. 2, Bemidji died Monday at the Bemidji Hospital. The funeral will be Saturday at a.m. at the Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home with Richard Vogel as the officiating clergyman. Interment will be in Green- wood Cemetery. Mrs. Molash was born May Cedar Spur Minn., to parents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown. She was raised near Williams and later moved to Crookston. In 1927 in Crookston she married John Green, who later preceded her in death in 1963. Her marriage to Richard Molash took place in 1950 in Cass Lake. She has been a resident of Bemidji for the past 36 years. She is survived by her husband, Richard; three sons, John G. Green of Aurora, 111., Roy E. Green of Minneapolis, and Warren D. Green of Bemidji; two daughters, Mrs. E. (Neva) Santine of In- ternational Falls, Mrs. James (Mona) Stephens of Far- Tenstrike dogs must be TenstnKe uty uierK, E. L. Crippen reminds Tenstrike residents that all dogs must be licensed and that the William licenses must be renewed by January 1 of each year. The licensing requirement is a part of the Tenstrike City Dog Ordinance. According to Crippen, licenses may be obtained from the city clerk's office. Ski Scholarships mington; 24 grandchildren and three great grand- children. Her parents, one brother and her first husband preceded her in death. LOUIS Z. NEUMANN Louis Z. Neumann, 512 Central Ave., died Dec. 24 at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. on Dec. 27 at St. Philip's Catholic Church with Father Duane Pribula of- ficiating. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of the McKee Funeral Home. Rosary will be spoken at p.m. tonight at the McKee Funeral Home. Mr. Neumann was born April 4, 1902, in Forreston, Minn. He came to Bemidji at an early age and attended and graduated from high school here. For a time he operated a resort in the Tenstrike-Hines area on Medicine Lake. He also worked for many years on the Great Lakes ore boats as a chef until his retirement. He is survived by a brother, Sylvester of San Jose, Cal.; and a sister, Ellen Neumann of San Diego, Cal. His parents, two sisters and three brothers preceded him in death. Hospital notes To maintain the right of a patient's privacy, people entering the hospital are given the option of hav'ng their name published in regards to their admittance. Figures shown are the number listed by hospital records, and those names printed only the ones released by the Bemidji Hospital. ADMITTED ON Tuesday: 4, DISCHARGED ON Tuesday: 15; William Cameron. Mrs. Brad Hanson and baby boy, Mrs. Bernard of .Bemidji; Mrs. Roudabush of Laporte; Mike Weisert of Cass Lake. ADMITTED ON Wed- nesday: 8; Vicki L. Him- melright, Bemidji. DISCHARGED ON Wed- nesday: 2; James Sheehan, Bemidji. Planning Commission meets Bern id ji Planning Com- mission, at a Monday night meeting, approved a special use permit for a new Eagles Lodge, but only after adding certain stipulations to the permit. Site at 610 Railroad Street was approved for use as a club with three conditions. They included: screening should be constructed between the club and adjoining property now owned by Vic Berglund. facilities should adhere to the city code. consideration should be given to dust control as long as the parking lot remains gravel. Request was submitted by the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bemidji Lodge No. 3567. Jerry Moen, city fire chief and zoning inspector, explained to members of the commission that the Eagles Club, a commercial operation, was required to obtain a special use permit to operate in tn' industrial area. Property in question zoned industrial. Speaking on behalf of the Eagles Club were James Welle, Torn Heglund and Andrew Welle. Members of the Planning Commission present for the meeting included Chairman: Doug Smart, Elwin Rakke, Jean Vaughn and Harold Fruetel. Absent were Ed Risland and Fran Dreyer. Record of the Day County court STANDING they are the second most photographed subjects in the U.S. today, snow covered and maybe just a little lonely at this time of the year, Paul and Babe with the Chamber Christmas tree hope you all had a very merry Christmas. (Staff Photo) _______________________________ White House security will be reviewed following gate-crashing WASHINGTON (AF) Officials say they expect to review and improve White House security measures following a Christmas mor- ning gate-crashing by a self- proclaimed "messiah" who kept guards at bay for hours with bogus explosives. Treasury Secretary William E. Simon said the incident, which came 10 months after a young GI crashed a stolen Army helicopter on the White House lawn, demonstrates the need "to see how similar things could be prevented from happening again." Simon also commended the Secret Service, a Treasury Department agency, for its "professional" handling of Wednesday's intruder, who rammed his automobile through a closed White House gate. President Ford and his family were away on a skiing vacation in Colorado. A Secret Service spokesman said that for that reason, White House guards had reacted in a more "compassionate" way. No shots were fired during the tense four-hour con- frontation as the man, wearing makeshift Arab garb and wired to what guards feared were explosives, stood near the north portico where presidents frequently greet visiting foreign dignitaries. After he surrendered, the Secret Service, said agents found that the intruder, identified as Marshall H. Fields, 25, of suburban Silver Spring, Md." had no ex- plosives. Fields, the son of a deceased State Department official who had served in Arab countries, was then taken to a mental hospital for observation. A Secret Service spokesman said the response of agents on Wednesday would have been different if Ford or members of his family had been at the White House. In Beltrami County Court today, Douglas Roger Morlan, no address given, did not appear for a preliminary hearing on a charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. A bench warrant was issued. Kenneth Cloud, 321 Mississippi Ave., Bemidji, following a pre-sentence in- vestigation, was fined or three days in jail on a charge of disorderly conduct. Gordon Cloud, 921 Mississippi Ave., Bemidji, following a pre-sentence in- vestigation, was fined or five days in jail on a charge of disorderly conduct. Wendell Lee Nielson, Route 6, Bemidji, following a pre- sentence investigation, was fined and 60 days in jail on charges of DWI and driving with more than .10 per cent blood alcohol. The jail sen- tence was suspended on conditions that the defendant commit no similar offense for a period of one year; that a reasonable effort be made to pay the fine; that he attend the DWI school; that he seek and obtain the services of the Upper Mississippi Mental Health Center; and, that he remain on unsupervised probation for a period of one year. Earl Maynard Boe, Route 2, Bemidji, following a pre- sentence1 investigation, was sentenced to 90 days in jail on charges of DWI and driving with more than .10 per cent blood alcohol. The sentence was suspended on conditions thai the defendant commit no similar offense for a period of one year; that he voluntarily commit himself to the Glenmore Alcohol Treatment Center and remain there until the staff releases him; that, upon release, he participates in any out-patient treatment recommended; that he attend, the DWI school; and, that he remains on probation for a period of one year. Francis L. Downwind; Redby, following a pre- sentence investigation, was fined or three days in jail on a charge of defrauding an innkeeper, and was ordered Co make restitution of the incurred. Judicial Officer Phillip D.; Nelson presided. FORECAST TJ Partly cloudy and warmer, today with highs 28 to Partly cloudy north, fair south tonight and Friday Lows tonight 5 to 15. Highs Friday around PATTERSON'S ...PRE-INVENTORY Bemidji's Paul Bunyan Ski Touring Club recently awarded two area youths scholarships for a special cross-country ski training camp. Receiving the awards were tke Pioneer Published daily except Sundays and holidays by The Pioneer, a division of Scripps-lfft News- papers, Inc., Neilson and Pioneer Street. Second class postage paid at Bemidji, Minnesota 56601. of Associated Press, Minnesota Newspaper Association, and Audit Bureau of Circulations. .Subscription Rates: Mail in trade zone per year. 'Mail outside trade zone per year. Mail subscription sold only where carrier service is not( available. Subscription by Carrier month. Kevin Sandee, 14, and Jeanne Christie, 17, both of Bemidji. The youths will use the scholarships, totaling each, to attend the United States Ski Association's cross- country training camp to be held at the Isabella En- vironmental Learning Center Dec. 26 31. According to Al Wiinikainen, president of Paul Bunyan ski Touring Club, purpose of the scholarship program is to assist young skiers in at- tending a ski camp which will cinlude skiers from throughout the central United States and with some of the finest ski instructors in the country. Wiinikaninen also stated that a ski clinic for young cross-country skiers will be held in the Bemidji area in the near future as a part of his organization's youth program. CLIP and SAVE Try Our Delicious DAILY SPECIALS Served 11 a.m. til closing These Specials Will Be Served On The Same Day Every Week M 0 N. T U E S. W E Chief Theatre Now Playing! Ends MONDAY, DEC. 30 Sat. Sun. at 2 7 9 P.M. :j u R PIZZA SPECIAL LG GEORGE'S (onion, green pepper, sausage) LGBERNIES mushroom, onion, green pepper, pepperoni LG PEPPERONI A SPECIAL FAMILY HOLIDAY SHOW! LOOK for FUN! ACTION! ROMANCE! 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