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   Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1953, Kalispell, Montana                             and Light Rains lumping cloudiness tonight mostly eliudy with showers and TrMvHigli today near 55 low tMitft 34 high tomorrow 45 to 48 Sun sets 728 rises tomor rov THE DAILY INTER 45TH YEAR NO 289 KAUSPELL MONTANA THURSDAY APRIL 161953 5 CENTS 1 Northwwt I Montanas Own S UN Answers Red Truce Talk Bid MUNSAN UN command will tell the Com munists Friday whether it is ready to resume the long stalled Korean armistice it is expected to say yes The UN late Thursday night asked for a meeting to deliver a letter answering repeated Red requests to get the talks under way again The truce talks were indefinitely suspended by the UN last Oct 8 The request came only a few hours nfter the first group of Ali lied sick ami wounded from North Korean stockades arrived at Kaesong just six miles from freedom Half Arc NonKoreans Communist staff officers said belt of the first 100 POWs to be exchanged Monday at Panmun joni are nonKoreans U N offi cials were hopeful as many as 50J Americans be treed The Outlying Towns Asked fo Join Cleanup Drive Flathead County communities jarc being invited to join Kalispeil next week for operations clean Improve ment Committee of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce sponsor of flic project Communists have promised tliatj areordl Piiul Jolmsun 120 Amcncans will be among 600 of cjvic U N prisoners returned The Reels said they would re veal Sunday he exact number ot prisoners from the U S and oth or Allied nations to be traded Johnson explained that commu iVnday initics could work independently The U S Fifth Air Force said improve ihcir own areas but reconnaissance planes sighted six cleanup operations be vehicles of fhc fled POW Affective if campaigns wcie on the outskirts of Kaesong bePusfed simultaneously fJ1TLdusk fl l Tan do the Same I These vehicles apparently elements of two convoys which Slilhvatcr Grange has given joined north of Kaesong to other Granges to clean Thursday Other units were country roads and areas with along the road 40 miles north major project ot beautifying Sinmak as darkness fell the Airjils area Communities can do the name when residents are con Jorce said Still Movingr South scions of cleanup operations be ing carried on by their neigh Units of a third convoy were IGibors Johnson said miles north of Pyongyang North Korean capital They still were President Offers Reds Peace Plan Ike Demands LIGHTS GO ON AGAIN FOR KOREAN RADAR OUTFIT moving southward at 5 p Communities throughout the J county can contact Johnson for in formation or suggestions on how ior the second day Allied annual fix connaissance pilots reported the and paintUp drive lleds were using the attackfree route of POW convoys to shield st reams of Communist supply trucks headed for the front NORTHWEST MONTANA TAKES Mason executive secretary of the Kalispeil Chamber of Commerce describes the wonders of Northwest Montana to a visitor at the Pacific Northwest Travel Associations show in Los Angeles The display on this area replaces a huge maji ot the Pacific Northwest broken in transit to the show Pick up Set April 27 Mayor D AI McBride has pro claimed April 18 to 26 as the of Al a staff officers meeting fidal cleflj tjmc jn Kali Thursday the Allies informed the Hesidenls bccn urged to all rubbish and waste mate Heds the first group ol Com 1 i J j 1 iltlU WfUlU JIldLC in trucks wifl pck trash April 27 All trash must be piled in alleys before the 27th to be hauled away Johnson said Most of State Roads Clear leave Pusan aboard a I2car tram Sunday noon and arrive at Mun san early Monday Gets Instructions In Washington Wednesday of ficials said Gen Mark Clark U N Far East commander had been instructed what to tell the Reds Details were secret but it was assumed Clark would accept Red proposals for resuming the talks Sen Flanders RVt called on President Eisenhower to grabthe initiative from the Reds by cut Area Display Replaces Map At Travel Show Northwest Montana has taken over one oi Kic choice spots at the Pacific Northwest Travel As sociations show which opened a week ago today in Los Angeles Clark Mason executive secrei tary of the Kalispell Chamber of Melons Nationalists Conceded Victory in South African Voting Deeds Nof Oratory1 By JOHN M HIGHTOWEtt President Eisenhower chal lenged Russias new leaders Thursday to practice the peace they preach by agree ing to end the wld war dis arm the world and invest the savings in a global fund to war on the brute forces of poverty and need The alternative he said is at worst atomic war and at est unending fejr which finds humanity hanging from a cross of iron Is there no other way the vorid may live Eisenhower isked United States Ready Russell E Marsh has been ap is the Soviet Union ready Dinted secretarymanager of the the mam finlriree oi the Flathcid suc The United States is ready Presbyterian Church iceedine Farl N Jones whn rn i assume lts Just Part His bid wis 81051 according toj5igriedsMah 31 j The Eisehower io ho churchs Executive Building create a sensation at this stage of Committee Other bidders were The appointment was announced EastWest relations was laid Gyrion Construction Co James E Gustin chairman of down in the Presidents first full Builders Felveit Tuscher andtne board who reported that plans1 dress speech on foreign policy L C LaRue jtor fcle Sept 1517 event may j since he took office in January It Plans prepared by R L ono tiic biggtst fairs was delivered before the Amen Inier Lake News Service State Bank of Somers Wednesday quickly took aetion to light up the lives of members of a radar unit in Korea Allan Milne president re ceived a letter from James Fool 23 son of Mr and Mrs Harold S Foot of Route 2 Kalispcll The operations sergeant who has been in Korea six mouths hud a problem his unit needed mantles for use on Colcman lamps Candles would work Sgt Foot said but hey were not much good lie the bank president if it would be possible to step next door and buy about 10 of those silk mantles and air mail the things here The Flathead GI explained he did not have time to mess around trying to order from a mail order firm or explain to his relatives why he needed a iot of the mantles Funny we cant get those Far East pro duces the whole worlds silk the sergeant mused Milne said today the lights soon would go back on again in Sgt FoQcttii st d in Sgt Foots lent in the mantles left FJalhead Val ley via airmail Wednesday aft ernoon church Awards Marsh Named Fair Secretary Entrance Bid KnssuU Anderson Kalispell con tractor has been awarded a con trail o construct an addition to Kalispell architect call for Montana has ever ex tension the roof to weather protection for entrance Marsh the new secretaryman PRETORIA South a large majority were in steps Support for the new moved from Konaa to Kali Three chief opposition newspa pers Thursday conceded victory toilhe Nationalist Prime Minister constituencies considtred safe for j will be an open wood in 1940 At that time he wa terms would be acceptable to the TJ N after first consulting with congressional leaders Democratic senators meantime protested what they termed fail ure to guard against Red trickery in the POW exchange These pro tests apparently grew out of re1 ports that Bed supply trucks were moving south under cover of the prisoner convoys Letter to Be Made Public Commerce reports from Los An geles that a panel that was sup posed to liold a large map of the Pacific Northwest now holds pic tures showing Hungry Horse dam iigl and stickers boosting Kalispeil position Flathead Lake Glacier National Park and Horse Mason was chosei by the travel The Nationalists thus far have Wednesdays voting counted English lans forces had won 16 out of opposing iftlilans policies to 19 key seats they needed for the unions numerically pre overall majority Among thcsejdminant colored population eight captured from the a Nationalist triumph was Official Returns HELENA Main Monj association as Montana represenlost but one of their previously tana roads except for a few icyjtative at the travel show and alljheld seats to the opposition Unit sections were clear of snow Thurs day But the Weather Bureau said there should be occasional snow or rain Friday The Montana Automobile Asso ciation said snow temporarily closed IT S 89 north of Browning Motorists were using the Duck get around the plugged section South of Browning for 20 miles J S 09 was snowpacked and slick Early morning low temperatures An official U N spokesman tanged from Glasgows 14 to Dil his expenses for the trip to the show are being paid by the asso ciation Mason reports that 82000 per sons had visited the travel show through Saturday and Sunday The show ends this coming Sunday The projector in the middle of the shots which are alternated show ing Flathead Lake Hungry Horse Dam Glacier Park and Big Moun tain said the letter dealing with re sumption of armistice talks was signed by Lt Gen William K Harrison senior allied armistice delegate and addressed to North Korean Gen Nam II head of the lied armistice team Contents of the letter will be made putilic when it is delivered to the Reds at Panmunjom The U N requested the meeting of lowerlevel liaison officers a m Friday p Thursday It is expi only long enongh ibi hani over the letter Ions 35 Superior was the states warmest spot Wednesday with high of 54 Helicopters to Be Tested at ABlast LAS VEGAS Nev Reclamation Office Move Is Protested WASHINGTON Harri son RWyo lias protested to Sec retary of Interior McKay against any move of the Reclamation Bu reau office at Casper Wyo un less absolutely necessary for and economical opeva ed Parly led by J G N Strauss Official returns gave this posi tion for the parties at noon Nationalists 30 United Party 44 Labor Party 4 undecided 78 i Of the races still unreported certain There new stone plantertsupervisor of the Farm Securit and j Administration in Kalispell Late istructor in th raining program County High Softool ifNorth Dakota Since coming to Kalispell has been active in assisting with the Northwest Montana fair each year He resides with his wife son Todays Chuckle jubilation in the You never could take your monj15 ancT daushter 12 one mit streets of this predominantly Najey with you but some people can east of KlisPeil Route 2 tionalist capital early Thursday asjrememher back in the old days official results disclosed Malanjwhen the govern ent would let had won even doubtful divisionsjyou have some while you were wtth comfortable majorities mere Army Cuts Junej Draft Quota Mountain States Official Tells How Rate Schedules Are Set Up Jtay Hoist president of the j Council Committee members and KaUspell Municipal Power Assoother civic officials from Whitefish nation said after hearing Moun tain States Power Co officials dis cus rale schedules Wednesday WASHINGTON HVThe Army j njgllt that hls group would C0nlinue s cutting down its draft require to press to cstabljsh validity of its j ments for men com and Kalispell at the meeting in the KGEZ office included Negotiations Continue The Mountain States Power Co A AC Contracts Still Pending No news was the word from Anaconda Copper Mining Co of ficials in Butte today when asked about awarding of contract for ex cavation and concrete work at the aconda Aluminum Co site in Columbia Falls Chester Steelc vice president n charge of Montana operations his office had received no in petition i now is in the process of negotiating pared with the 53000 quota forj j Ford rate man for Mounwith the U S Indian Service to the preceding four months states Power Co discussed secure a release from ifs present The lower quota set Wednesdayrates at a meeting at KGEZ offices power contract which do was anticipated The Defense Dej all ended by association members pire until July 1 1957 partment had said the higher draft Mayor D M McBride a City Coun alls in the early part of this year cil committee and Kalispell and vere occasioned by the release of Whitefish civic leaders arger numbers of men called Speakers included Mountain during the first months of the Ko1 States President A W Trimble i and Merl Ebbe Kalispell manager formation from ACMs New York engineering department on the contract The engineers are studying all phases of the contract before an can Society of Newspaper Editors ASNE and broadcast by all radio and television national hookups The President said that if Rus sia is willing to take the prelimi nary steps including indepen dence for the East Eurppean8atel country would agree to work toward a world disarmament plan which would ban atomic wea pons An era ended with the death f Joseph Stalin he declared and he new leadership in Moscow ke the rest of the world has op pbrtunity to turn backjhe tide of The U S he went on is de termined to try to seize this chance and if it fails the world need be divided no longer in its clear knowledge of who has con demned mankind to this fate No issue which today lies be tween the Soviet and free worlds said is only the will to respect the rights of all nations Drunken Driver Is Fined Harry Burger Naugle of Kali spell pleaded guilty before Jus tice of the Peace Henry Madsen Wednesday to a charge of driving while intoxicated Burger paid at fine ol Arpnson Appoints Capitol Custodian plan to gointo the next atomic tive area copters brought from Santa Ana solidation has yet been made Calif All will be combatequipped however he said Mad Tinsmith Butchers Shoots Seven in Family Kills Self LAWRENCE Mass mad tinsmith butchered and shot to death seven and possibly eight members of his family and then killed himself Wednesday in a sev enhour slaughter The death spree of Peter Akti lonis 39 came to an end Wednes nephews James 5 and Paul Aku lonis 2 both sons of Alphonse A second son Peter Jr 9 was hundreds of thousands of dollars dsy night vhen he took his ow HELENA Goy Aronsonilifc as police closed in an him out Thursday appointed Andrew Ljsidc his home in neighboring Anderson of Helena to be Capitol Methuen Icustodlan succeeding lack Haley ojt Helena isllaley held the position four Andersons fouryear ap will be effective May 1 wus engineer at a Hel Son Misisne Victims of the asewiclding aun toting Akulonls were His widowed mother Mrs Mary Akulonls 72 Ills wife Madeline for 12 years Vor IS Akulonis 32 his son Michael Aku missing and feared to be another victim Akulonis took the boy out of school early in the afternoon Police beltevc young Peter was hacked or shot to death by the ber serk father Planned More Police said Akulonis apparently planned more killing They said his suicide may have saved the lives of several other relatives Jiv ing nearby Akulonis used a carpenters axe to kill his wife son mother Al phonse and his two nephews He killed his brother Raymond with operatril a Helena Servi lonis 5 his brolhers Raymcnd 37 a Wast from a 22 rallber rifle be petition asked for a vote OK a bond issue to pur chase a municipal power system tea Kalispell The power company circulated a withdrawal petition and secured enough names to in validate the original petition if the withdrawal measure is determined STE ANNE DES MONTS Quc lo be legal spring tides have flood Hoist presided at the meeting ed dozens of villages on Gaspcj Trimble reviewed history and Peninsula and the south shore olj growth of the Kalispell branch of the lower St Lawrence River Mountain States and called on causing damage estimated in the i Ford High Spring Tides Flood Villages Driven by stiff winds the tides reached a peak of 17 feetabout 12 feet above normal Me Flathead fhe lowest pnss nifes and a DRW metering sysl No Specific Rales We plan to offer the people of iible item We will then be in a position to sign a contract vith the Bonneville Power Administration for a block of power to serve this area We have a tentative commitment for this power now Mountain States officials discussed the power situation this morning with KaHspcIl business and professional men in a meeting at Ebbes an award he explained Meanwhile bids are being accepted for construction of i company houses at Columbia Falls Steele said The company probably wil award a contract within the nexl two weeks and hopes to start construction early in the summer for fall occupancy he added Refugee Success Sets Up NEW YORK Leon Jolson arrived in this country in 1947 with only a few worldly possessions His memories of a Nazi concentration camp 6 in cash and a will to succeed in the new world Wednesday Jolson an Story Climax 0 Foundation money here repairing sewing machines in the garment district Then he opened a small store selling secondhand sewing machines Imported Necchis He saved his money and imported four Ncccni sewing ma as soon as we ran Ford said multimilllondollar firm setup No specific ratc mon19 foundation to promote ing Machine Sales Corp first must be approved by the Mon j tana Public Service Commission Ebbe reviewed line work that NEW YORK govjhas been done to improve th2 sys ernmont economist William Ulem in the valley He also oul Remlngton convicted of falselylined work that Is proposed for the Serving Sentence denying Communist ties has start ed serving a throeyear perjury sentence pending appeal and Alphonse Akulonis 32 and his j fore turning the gun on himself Islill protesting his innocence Remington 35 surrendered areas he federal courtliouse Wednesday i Trimbles statement to officers between all races creeds and nationalities on the community level GCEm With S90 The foundation was the latest milestone In Jolsons success story1 a story that started with Jolsoni and his wife living on a month provided them by a welfare asenl cy after arrived here from their1 naivc Poland the association Mayor Jolson soon earned Ms first1 next twg years primarily heavy transmission construction to light en loads on lines In heavy res and Jolson set up the Necchi Sew The 38yearold Jolson who still carries his concentration camp number tatooed oil his arm said the foundation would aid organi zations wliieh have programs help ng lo bring people together on a community level and help remove between races and creeds A committee of Jewish Protes ant and Roman Catholic repre Steps Listed The President listed these spe cific steps 1 Conclusion of an honorable irmistice in Korea followed by tolitical discussions leading to free elections in a united Korea 2 An end to Red aggression in ndochina and Malaya 3 Completion of an Austrian jeace treaty 4 Unification of Germany 5 Creation of a European com nunity with full independence of the East European nations To Help Other With progress on these issues Eisenhower said the U S would welcome agreements on reduction of armaments He then declared This government is ready to ask its people to join with all na tions in devoting a substantial per centage of the savings achieved by disarmament to a fund for world aid and reconstruction The purpose of this great work vould 6e To help other peoples o develop the undeveloped areas of the world to stimulate profit able and fair world trade to as ist all peoples to know the bless ngs of productive freedom Deeds Not Oratory Ropeatedy he hammered the oint that the American govern ment is interested in deed not oratory from the Kremlin and hat the ideas of proven good faith and safeguards against violations underlie his fivepoint disarma ment program He slated this program as 1 Limitation by fixed ceilings or by percentages of the military and security forces of ill na tibns 2 A pledge by all nations limit production of strategic ma terials for military purposes 3 International control of atomic energy for peaceful pur or foundation grants scntatives will select recipients poses and to ensure prohibition Continued on page   

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