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   Montana Standard (Newspaper) - August 23, 1956, Butte, Montana                              Coroners Jury Empaneled or Zemljak Inquest A coroners jury was empanele Wednesday to conduct further in quiries Into the death early Tues day of Fred who received fatal injuries in scuffle In the Silver King 317 E iDeputy Coroner Eldred Chazer laid jurors had viewed the body of Zemljak and had visited the Silver King as a preliminary to in inquest which will probably be held during the week of 26 Members of the jury are Wil Ham John Dan John Sam Pu Matt Tankovic and Terry The deputy coroner sail seven rather than the usual six were empaneled to insure tha the minimum of six would be available for duty during invest although all seven wil lerve if all are able to do The deputy coroner also salt that the gist of a report on an autopsy performed Tuesday is tha Zemljak died from a cerebral hemorrhage caused by damage to blood vessels at the base of the Full details of the autopsy report will be given as evidence in the coroners Emmet Silver Bow County is schedulec to be in Seattle the balance o this week at a national coroners Held in an Investigation of the death begun by Butte city police and still continuing under direction of county authorities is a man Identified by authorities as James He was transferred Tuesday from city to county He and a number of persons said to have been present when Zemljak was fatally injured have been inter Pilgrim Fellowship to Have Retreat al Sunshine Camp The annual retreat of the Senior Pilgrim Fellowship of the Unitec Congregational Church will be held Friday through Sunday a the Sunshine Speakers will Include the Kenneth Stokes of Miles state Pilgrim Fel lowship Friday night Bill Needham of former Pilgrim Fellowship state presi Saturday night the Rev Don associate minister of the First Baptist Churchof leader of a Sunday sunrise The group will work out Its pro gram for the coming year during the Activities will include dancing and an inspira tion Reservations may be made with Chester telephone 24038 Olsen Will Attend Vancouver Meeting HELENA W AT nold Olsen Wednesday said he would attend a Democratic re gional meeting in The meeting was called by Democratic presidential candidate Adlai Democratic candidate for headed Montanas 32 member delegation to the Demo cratic national convention in Chi cago last MISSOULA W Democratic gubernatorial candidate Arnold Olsen Wednesday said Mon tana must alter its economic status so that we become an ex porter oi manufactured materials as well as raw The attorney general told a Mis leula audience that we are caught In a net where we sell raw ma terials cheap and buy back the manufactured products Claiming that cheap electric power is the key to diversified Olsen said that phos phate uraniferous lignite iron ore and lumber could be processed in Montana if cheap power were made Board Member James Butte business has been reappointed a member of the advisory board of the National Beer Wholesalers His reappointment was made by president of the in a letter received Tuesday by Bertoglio was first named to the board a year His reappoint ment is effective through NOW Relief From HEMORRHOIO and RECTAL ITCH With Jensens Exclusive ELMOROID Acts Three Shrinks Hemorrhoids for Immediate Relief Rectal Itch Non Science latest discover in the treatment of the Dams and discomfort of hemorrhoids anrt rectal Itching Oet relief complete set T Sold Exclusive by JENSEN DRUG STORE 401 Montana 4954 Try and Stop Me By BENNETT CERF The garbage man took one look at the battered wreck Guggen heim had driven in and waved her he said We wash cars but were not equipped to iron A young margin clerk in Wall Street noticed that old Col lins credit balance topped the million mark and began treating her very deferentially Things got to the point where he was even taking her four viletempered dogs out for their constitutional every Sure when Collins passed she remembered the young mar gin clerk in her She left him the There were so many convertibles lined up outside a Hollywood prevue one evening that Phil Baker thought it was a parking lot for high school students in John Sightless Tells Kiwanians Problems of the Blind Some of the difficulties encoun tered by blind persons in their ef forts at personal so they can continue or become use ful citizens in their were related Wednesday by Police Judge John Selon to members of the Kiwanis Club at their weekly luncheon at the Finlen Presi dent Don McCaig Judge Selon lost his sight at the age of 14 in a dynamite Under questioning by Tom program the magistrate touched on many ex a number of them in humorous in his daily life and in his official by way of in told the Kiwanians of Judge Selons blindness at and explained that he reads and writes in types with a modern touch and has developed a keen memory for names and Judge Selon married a Butte and they and their three children reside at 1216 The judge is an enthusiastic fish He spoke appreciatively of his education at the Montana State Training School at which he entered in 1920 about six months after he became He said it was there that he learned broom making and similar Judge Selon spoke also of the summertime classes for the adult blind being conducted at Montana State College through cooperation of state agencies with the Mon tana for the People who lose their sight in later years of life are being taught how to walk by themselves and how to best de vote their remaining he It Is difficult to get ad justed when one goes and people who go home and sit in a afraid to are These classes bring a realization that the blind are still human with lots in life left before The schools for the blind should be helped and en couraged in every The in response to a said he regards the sharpening of the sense of touch as perhaps the most important de velopment on the part of a blind although there is marked improvement in hearing as an other compensatory He said he himself has developed an extrasensory perception by which he especially in quret and detect the presence of a parked automobile within 50 The he is a sort of a shadowlike guard tha keeps him from walking into any sort of upright Blindness can be an rather than a in conducting police court he We try to be humane ant blind judges rule strictly on the evidence and not he went Thats been my policy in the last 12 and if the good people of Butte will have me for 12 years Ill continue to follow Blindness Is not too he I have much to be thank ful I have my wife and our three lovely and we ap preciate the people of Butte letting me have a job like Thank we are very Kiwanis members guests presenl were Winfred G Danskln and Irv Billings Howard How ard Ohio How ard Fort Peck Edward Butte Louis La Malta Carl past district governor Sidney Gene past Kalispell Ralph Kalispell Supreme Court ate Justice Albert past Helena Larry An derson and Addle Moose and Frank Los They were Intro duced by George Donlol MocPbcdl Is Seeking Brother Daniel MacPhsil arrived Wed nesday from to search in Butte for a Ewen from whom he last heard 15 years who may now spell his name Me formerly was a farmer and is believed to have turned to car penter The brothers have not met in 45 Daniel Mac Phail Is staying at the Edison Hotel for several dayi while he continues his Band Concert Is Planned Tonight The weekly concert of the Butte Municipal directed by Mar tin will be held Thursday night at the Bulte Community Me morial Hospital Elmer manager of the calls attention to the new starting time of 7 The band will fea ture Aurelio Madrazo and Mar garet Kenck as The Thursday night program fol lows Porters Catalina Its a Sin to Tell a Margaret Kenck American Mea The Western Aurelio Madrazo South Rampart Street Bau duc Joyces 71st Regi Hot Dig Margaret Kenck Holiday Alleghenny Hoffman Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom Aurelio Madrazo Pride of the Mon The National Your Problems By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann Im a girl 15 and will get right to the Ive never had a date because I have buck I know if my teeth were nice my entire life would be We have no money for den tists and Im afraid its too late for that Im lonely and You seem to have answers for can you help me Please Im Girls with buck teeth are being asked for dates every and many of them get married and lave families which accounts for the children who have buck Yours is a personality problem which youre blaming on your The woman who has re peatedly been voted the most admired In all the after had buck teeth all her She married the only man ever to be lected president of the United States four Her name is Eleanor Dear Ann Landers In your recently you knocked ankle This hit me where it Not that I wear an ankle its just my lusband sells Hes in the iewelry business and this is how we make a It is my opinion that if certain eople desire to look like mon ceys who escaped from their however it was that you phrased it this is a matter of personal I dont see where you fit into the lings and necklaces have their proper place and so do ankle Lets leave things vhere they You are I was asked or my opinion of ankle bracelets nd I gave stuck my neck ut but in the too since this is purely a natter personal and I lave long heralded the right of he I agree you have Twenty lashes with a vet noodle for Landers Dear Ann I need help a most peculiar Ive vatched your column faithfully loping to see a similar problem mt none has A close relative has been going vith a nice young man since He wears glasses with icavy black rimmed They idd lot to his had fcever seen him without his glasses until a few weeks They planned to be married in a few But now she says hes a total stranger with out and she gets almost hysterical at the thought of the aproaching Hes broken up about this but says he cant wear his glasses hours a day just because she likes Is there a solution to this dilem ma If is The girl is afraid of Shes latched on to the glasses as an excuse to keep from going ahead with the Profes sional help is needed to help her understand what it is she is actu ally afraid Until she gets straightened around shell make any man a poor Confidentially Burned Up I cant print your Steady Reader Join your hus band and live as a Edna Try to enroll in Youll never be happy until you Good Ann Landers will he glad to help you with your Send them to her in care of this CLEAN GKTAWAY CHICAGO County pris oner Albert made a clean escape While a jailer readied to get him a Haynes darted out of his bath and slipped out of the county hospital with the jailer in Haynes had on only his pants and shoes and lost one of the latter fleeing the Rip Van Winkle Couldnt Sleep with Rl It Now 1 You can Ret the fast relief you need from nagging headache and mus cular aches and pains that often cause rest less nights and miserable tiredout When these discomforts come on with over exertion or stress and want reliefwant it fasti Another may be mild bladder irritation folio wind wromr food and drink setting up a restless iinconifortabln For quick relief pet Doans They Work fast in 3 separate ways by speedy ieving action to cftsa torment of img srinjj hen muscular aches and by their soothing effect on bladder by their mild duireUe action tending to increase output the 15 miles of kidney Find out how quickly this 3way medicine Zoes to Enjoy a good nights sleep uid the tame happy relief millions have for ver 60 Ask for larffe site and Hive Get Deans Pilti today Seattle Pilots to Visit Here Thirty members of the Seattle Aircraft Owners and Pilots traveling in at least 15 planes will visit Butte on and while en route to West Cornelius director of laboratories in the School oi Communication at the University of informed Harold secretary of the Butte Chamber of that the Seattle pilots would like to meet any local private pilots and would enjoy having the Butte pilots join their flight to West The Seattle group will planes down at the Butte Airporl at 4 on and will spend much of Saturday McGrath is arranging a trip for the pilots through the Kelley Mine and to other points of in terest He has asked any local pilots wishing to assist in providing transportation for the Seattle flyers to communicate with him by calling telephone Siaie Convicis Must Answer Charges in Federal Court District Judge Mur ray granted a petition of Frank assistant district commanding the appear ance in Federal Court of two presently serving terms in the State Penitentiary in Deer to answer federal Judge Murray set 27 at 11 as time for arraignment of Fletcher Bayliss also known as Charles on a forgery complaint and also the arraignment of Almond named in an indictment with vio lation of the National Motor Ve hicle Theft McCommon is ac cused of forging two endorsements of payee on Treasurer of the United States The commissioner complaint was filed in the North Dakota Division of Federal Court last Bice was charged by a grand jury convened in the Eastern Division of the Idaho Dis trict with violating the codes re lating to the theft of Judge Murray appointed Edward Foley as counsel to defend James Arthur arrested in this federal district on a Northern Iowa District indictment charging one count involving a bad check in an amount not yet known The defendant informed the court he had no funds to employ an and Foleys designa tion The court continued the matter to Friday morning at 11 Visiting Here Mickey former Butte resident and now a San Francisco has arrived in Butte for a with accom panied by and Pat Har also of San They are visiting Har rington of 980 mother of Mickey and and following sisters of the two Harringtons Agnes Mae Shugrue and Elizabeth Han all of and Cecelia Tracy of Three Mickey Harrington said that Gertrude formerly of is now employed in his San Francisco Although a cattle Canada is now an importer of reeves because of increased popu RELIEVES SKIN ITCH your money back ZEMOa doctors soothing antiseptic promptly relieves the burning and soreness of Skin Athletes Foot and Sun Stops scratching or your money TRy rr 3 Veterans Attend Burns Services Tht funeral of Melburn Burns took place Wednesday The cortege proceeded from the DalyShea Mortuary to Sacred Heart Church for celebration of requiem The choir sang the Many friends attended the rites and there was a profusion of flow Pallbearers were Lloyd Ben Tim Evan William Leo LeCoure and Ernest The Joseph Mavsar conducted the committal rites and interment was in the Bishop Finnigan plot in Holy Cross Members of the Veterans of For eign American Legion and Disabled American Veterans posts extended military honors at the Participating were The Frank chap lain Don color bearer Nels color guard Wil liam and William Lester Dave Chris Clay Ion Stein and William firing FLORENCE UREV Funeral services were con ducted for Florence Uren in Whites Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon with the David Jones of John Episcopal Church During the services George Bowden sang Lover of Perfect Peace and What A Friend We Have in accompanied by Miss Vio let Many friends were in attend ance and the many lovely flowers were conveyed to the cemetery in a special Graveside serv ices were conducted by Jones at Mount Moriah Pallbearers were Chester Robert Philip Raymond Millard Hansen and Timothy RAYMOND HARRIS Funeral services for Raymond Harris of 54 Granite were held Wednesday afternoon in the Duggan Merrill Mortuary Chapel of Roses for Raymond who died Friday in The Ole Aarvold of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church George accom panied by Pearl sang fn the Garden and Going Pallbearers were Frank David George Theodore Ray Bjorklund and Fritz The body was forwarded to Great Falls for cre JAMES DADIS Funeral services for James Dadis were held Wednesday after noon in the Duggan Merrill Mort uary with the Sargent of Anaconda Pearl Littlejohn played an organ prelude and Interment was in Mountain View Pallbearers were Bil Christ Sam Hal Tony Denis Nick and Gust ON RESEARCH STAFF James son of and 1249 Far rell has joined the staff of the Esso Research and Engineering a native of was graduated from Mon tana State College with a bach elors degree in chemical engi Jiyceei Plan Picnic at Gregson Sunday The Jaycees will have picnic it Gregson springs Sunday after noon starting at Those needing rides and those having extra room in their cars are asked to call Owen Fred Campbell or Dan ONeill Man Given Stiff Penalty in Molesting Case A man booked as Jose charged with frightening and mo lesting a 6yearold ran up against judicial wrath in police court Wednesday and was given a fine and days in a term of 90 who had pleaded Inno was convicted after the childs father said he was forced to kick in the door of Branchs room to rescue the The child said Branch snatched her from a corridor in the rooming house where the family was and that he locked the door and struck her with a bot The girls face was Judge John after pro nouncing judgment and said I regret very much that this courts punishment is so 1 would gladly give you a couple of years if 1 Thats what you to think it In other defendants Auamt List of Award Winners in Annual Butte Flower Show Is Announced Announcement of award win ners in Buttes annual flower show in the beautiful Crystal Room of The Anaconda Company Employes was made on Wednesday by judges of the ex The Judges were Fred Van Blaricom and Roland both of The prize winners follow Arrangement classes Section Class Teresa 1st Charles 2nd Frank Section Class 1st 2nd Jack Section Class Helen 1st Section Class 1st Keith Section Class 1st Keith Section Class Helen 1st Thomas Section Class Frank 1st 2nd Keith Section Class Thom as 1st 2nd Keith Section Class 1st Frank ODon 2nd Miss Sandra Section Class 10 listed as Jim Harrigan and Tom Doe forfeited bonds of 1st Muel on reckless driving charges and lcr 2nd Mrsp J persons arrested as Albert B clas Lorraine Dess forfeited each for Bonds totaling were forfeited by others on minor traffic Surgeons Will Meet in Butte Butte will be the 1957 conven tion city of the Montana Chapter of the American College of Sur it was announced follow ing completion of the chapters 1956 convention in New officers of the Montana chapter are Thomas Haw president vice president Harold sec retarytreasurer George Holdover councilors are Great and Chester Attending the 1956 convention from Butte were and Schwartz and Howard Clemmons and Herbert James and Thomas Saam and Shields and Charles Staples and Robert Embezzling Charge Federal Judge Murray Wednesday set 27 at 11 as time for arraignment and plea of Robert Lawrence charged with embezzlement as a The charge says Prigge as an employe of the Daly Bank and Trust a State bank and a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minne did abstract and purloin sums of and The offense is described as a mis demeanor when the sums are be low Frank 1st Lester 2nd 3rd Section Class 12 Jack 1st Arthur Gran 2nd Joe Section Class 13 Novice 1st Frank Harold Mary Carol Tyler McMist Alfred James The show concluded day William chairman for the which was sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Garden and James president of the expressed appreciation to all who exhibited to The Anaconda Company Em ployes Club and James Chatham for courtesies cxteWed and to the Forest Service for its aid In setting up Clerks for the show were Carl Elsie Carl Tucker and Cyril Louise Flood and William Stern were In charge of Stage decorations wern ar ranged by William Agnes Atkins and Robert Butte florists donating flowers for stage deco rations included Butte Fin len Flower Floral Park Wilhelm Fiower Missoula Golu Johns Floral Center and Lawrence Carl Neufelder presented a miniature rock garden exhibit and educational exhibits were offered by the Forest An education exhibit by the Floral Arts Division of the garden club was made by Lester Bishop and Section Class 14 Charles 1st Hazel Mur 2nd Section Class 15 Mens div ision Joseph Shugert and 1st Thomas 2nd James Masterpiece EnglewoodEmer son 1st Golden 2nd Rock Gar Sf John and Floral Arts div honorable Junior Section Class 17 Dick Holmes and Elsie Ann Mueller 1st Diane 2nd Roberta Section Class 18 Vlckey 1st Linda 2nd Fred Linda honorable Horticulural Class Blue ribbon winner In flower class Arthur Hof Teresa Mary Carol Blanche Ber Lester Harry Thomas Car John Sheila Dan and Alfred Second Place Ribbons Dan Blanche Ruth Alex Cyril ienneth Lester Harry Harold Frank Teresa TABLES ARE TURNED BENTON Two young pranksters who let the air out of the tires of a parked car had the tables turned on them by the cars owner who had caught them in the While the boys fathers and car owner Ralph Black stood by the two youths pumped the tires full of air hand In and quirts Make tha TASTE TEST DIANA HUGHES NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY LAYAWAY SALE TAKE MONTHS TO PAY Womens and Misses COATS FOR EASY SHOPPING ICHARGE 56 West Park Butte 32 EARLY BIRD SHOPPERSI Hurry Hurry Hurry for great proseason savings WILL HOLD YOUR SELECTION I All new advance 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